Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Europe, 2014 - Details of Operating and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines

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Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Europe, 2014 - Details of Operating and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines
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GlobalData’s energy offering, “Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Europe, 2014 - Details of Operating and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines” is the essential source for industry data and information related to the pipeline industry in Europe. It provides asset level information related to all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas transmission pipelines in Europe. The profiles of major companies operating in the pipeline industry in Europe are included in the report. The latest news and deals related to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

Scope
  • Updated information relating to all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas pipelines
  • Provides operator information, start year, start point, end point, onshore/offshore, length, diameter and capacity for all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas pipelines
  • Information on the top companies in the sector including business description, strategic analysis. Key companies covered are Gazprom, OAO AK Transneft and Naftogaz of Ukraine.
  • Product and brand updates, strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.
  • Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity investments and IPOs.
Reasons to buy
  • Obtain the most up to date information available on all key active and planned transmission pipelines in Europe
  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in the industry.
  • Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong pipeline data
  • Assess your competitor’s pipeline network and its capacity
  • Understand and respond to your competitors business structure, strategy and prospects.
  • Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events.
  • Do deals with an understanding of how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market.
  • Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading companies in Europe
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 INTRODUCTION

2.1 What Is This Report About?
2.2 How to Use This Report?
2.3 Market Definition

3 EUROPE PIPELINE INDUSTRY

3.1 Europe Pipeline Industry, Key Data
  3.1.1 Europe Pipeline Industry, An Overview
  3.1.2 Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Country
  3.1.3 Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Company
3.2 Europe Pipeline Industry, Russia
  3.2.1 Russia, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.2.2 Russia, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.2.3 Russia, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.3 Europe Pipeline Industry, Ukraine
  3.3.1 Ukraine, Crude Oil Pipeline
  3.3.2 Ukraine, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.4 Europe Pipeline Industry, France
  3.4.1 France, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.4.2 France, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.4.3 France, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.5 Europe Pipeline Industry, Germany
  3.5.1 Germany, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.5.2 Germany, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.5.3 Germany, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.6 Europe Pipeline Industry, The United Kingdom
  3.6.1 The United Kingdom, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.6.2 The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.6.3 The United Kingdom, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.7 Europe Pipeline Industry, Romania
  3.7.1 Romania, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.7.2 Romania, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.7.3 Romania, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.8 Europe Pipeline Industry, Poland
  3.8.1 Poland, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.8.2 Poland, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.8.3 Poland, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.9 Europe Pipeline Industry, Spain
  3.9.1 Spain, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.9.2 Spain, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.9.3 Spain, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.10 Europe Pipeline Industry, Italy
  3.10.1 Italy, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.10.2 Italy, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.10.3 Italy, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.11 Europe Pipeline Industry, Norway
  3.11.1 Norway, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.11.2 Norway, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.12 Europe Pipeline Industry, Belarus
  3.12.1 Belarus, Crude Oil Pipeline
  3.12.2 Belarus, Natural Gas Pipeline
3.13 Europe Pipeline Industry, Hungary
  3.13.1 Hungary, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.13.2 Hungary, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.13.3 Hungary, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.14 Europe Pipeline Industry, Georgia
  3.14.1 Georgia, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.15 Europe Pipeline Industry, Greece
  3.15.1 Greece, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.15.2 Greece, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.15.3 Greece, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.16 Europe Pipeline Industry, Bulgaria
  3.16.1 Bulgaria, Crude Oil Pipeline
  3.16.2 Bulgaria, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.17 Europe Pipeline Industry, Netherlands
  3.17.1 Netherlands, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.17.2 Netherlands, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.17.3 Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.18 Europe Pipeline Industry, Azerbaijan
  3.18.1 Azerbaijan, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.18.2 Azerbaijan, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.19 Europe Pipeline Industry, Slovakia
  3.19.1 Slovakia, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.19.2 Slovakia, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.20 Europe Pipeline Industry, Czech Republic
  3.20.1 Czech Republic, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.20.2 Czech Republic, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.21 Europe Pipeline Industry, Croatia
  3.21.1 Croatia, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.21.2 Croatia, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.22 Europe Pipeline Industry, Serbia
  3.22.1 Serbia, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.23 Europe Pipeline Industry, Belgium
  3.23.1 Belgium, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.23.2 Belgium, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.24 Europe Pipeline Industry, Denmark
  3.24.1 Denmark, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.24.2 Denmark, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.25 Europe Pipeline Industry, Lithuania
  3.25.1 Lithuania, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.25.2 Lithuania, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.26 Europe Pipeline Industry, Austria
  3.26.1 Austria, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.26.2 Austria, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.26.3 Austria, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.27 Europe Pipeline Industry, Lativa
  3.27.1 Lativa, Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.27.2 Lativa, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.27.3 Lativa, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.28 Europe Pipeline Industry, Finland
  3.28.1 Finland, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.29 Europe Pipeline Industry, Ireland
  3.29.1 Ireland, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.30 Europe Pipeline Industry, Portugal
  3.30.1 Portugal, Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.30.2 Portugal, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.31 Europe Pipeline Industry, Slovenia
  3.31.1 Slovenia, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.32 Europe Pipeline Industry, Moldova
  3.32.1 Moldova, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.33 Europe Pipeline Industry, Sweden
  3.33.1 Sweden, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.34 Europe Pipeline Industry, Switzerland
  3.34.1 Switzerland, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.35 Europe Pipeline Industry, Armenia
  3.35.1 Armenia, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.36 Europe Pipeline Industry, Estonia
  3.36.1 Estonia, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.37 Europe Pipeline Industry, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  3.37.1 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.38 Europe Pipeline Industry, Albania
  3.38.1 Albania, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.39 Europe Pipeline Industry, Cyprus
  3.39.1 Cyprus, Natural Gas Pipelines
3.40 Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Pipelines
  3.40.1 Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines
  3.40.2 Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines
  3.40.3 Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines

4 PROFILE OF GAZPROM

4.1 Gazprom, Key Information
4.2 Gazprom, Company Overview
4.3 Gazprom, Business Description
  4.3.1 Business Overview
  4.3.2 Electricity and Heat Generation
  4.3.3 Gas Distribution
  4.3.4 Gas Production
  4.3.5 Gas Storage
  4.3.6 Gas Transportation
  4.3.7 Production of Crude Oil and Gas Condensates
  4.3.8 Refining
4.4 Gazprom, SWOT Analysis
  4.4.1 Overview
  4.4.2 Gazprom, Strengths
  4.4.3 Gazprom, Weaknesses
  4.4.4 Gazprom, Opportunities
  4.4.5 Gazprom, Threats

5 PROFILE OF OAO AK TRANSNEFT

5.1 OAO AK Transneft, Key Information
5.2 OAO AK Transneft, Company Overview
5.3 OAO AK Transneft, Business Description
  5.3.1 Business Overview
  5.3.2 Oil Product Transportation
  5.3.3 Oil Sales to China
  5.3.4 Oil Transportation
5.4 OAO AK Transneft, SWOT Analysis
  5.4.1 Overview
  5.4.2 OAO AK Transneft Strengths
  5.4.3 OAO AK Transneft Weaknesses
  5.4.4 OAO AK Transneft Opportunities
  5.4.5 OAO AK Transneft Threats

6 PROFILE OF NAFTOGAZ OF UKRAINE

6.1 Naftogaz of Ukraine, Key Information
6.2 Naftogaz of Ukraine, Company Overview
6.3 Naftogaz of Ukraine, Business Description
  6.3.1 Business Overview
6.4 Naftogaz of Ukraine, SWOT Analysis
  6.4.1 Overview
  6.4.2 Naftogaz of Ukraine Strengths
  6.4.3 Naftogaz of Ukraine Weaknesses
  6.4.4 Naftogaz of Ukraine Opportunities
  6.4.5 Naftogaz of Ukraine Threats

7 FINANCIAL DEALS LANDSCAPE

7.1 Detailed Deal Summary
  7.1.1 Acquisition
  7.1.2 Private Equity
  7.1.3 Equity Offerings
  7.1.4 Debt Offerings
  7.1.5 Asset Transactions

8 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

8.1 Strategy and Business Expansion
  8.1.1 Apr 05, 2013: TAP And Albania Government Sign Host Government Agreement
  8.1.2 Sep 28, 2012: TAP Receives Political Support From Italy, Greece, Albania
8.2 Other Significant Developments
  8.2.1 Sep 10, 2013: Royal HaskoningDHV to commence survey for Trans Adriatic Pipeline
  8.2.2 Jun 13, 2013: TAP Continues To Receive Strong Political Support In South Eastern Europe
  8.2.3 May 27, 2013: Adriatic And Ionian Initiative Council Signs Declaration In Support Of TAP
  8.2.4 May 23, 2013: Albania, Bosnia And Herzegovina, Croatia And Montenegro Sign MoU Supporting TAP And IAP Projects
  8.2.5 Apr 17, 2013: Albanian Parliament Ratifies Host Government Agreement Between Albania And TAP
  8.2.6 Apr 11, 2013: TAP Secures Environmental Permit For Albania
  8.2.7 Apr 10, 2013: Greek Parliament Ratifies IGA Between Greece, Italy And Albania On TAP
  8.2.8 Mar 26, 2013: Albanian Parliament Ratifies Intergovernmental Agreement On Trans Adriatic Pipeline: TAP
  8.2.9 Feb 13, 2013: Greece, Italy And Albania Sign Intergovernmental Agreement On TAP Pipeline
  8.2.10 Jan 23, 2013: TAP Submits ESIA To Albanian Government For Gas Line
  8.2.11 Dec 19, 2012: TAP Plans Offshore Surveys In Adriatic Sea
  8.2.12 Feb 23, 2012: TAP Starts Seabed Survey North Of Vlore In Albania
  8.2.13 Apr 11, 2011: TAP Begins ESIA Submission Process In Albania

9 APPENDIX

9.1 Abbreviations
9.2 Methodology
  9.2.1 Coverage
  9.2.2 Secondary Research
  9.2.3 Primary Research
9.3 Contact Us
9.4 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Key Statistics, 2013
Table 2: Europe Pipeline Industry, Country Wise Length of Pipelines By Type (km), 2013
Table 3: Europe Pipeline Industry, Company Wise Length of Pipelines By Type (km), 2013
Table 4: Russia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 5: Russia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 6: Russia, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 7: Russia, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 8: Russia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 9: Russia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 10: Russia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.2)
Table 11: Russia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.3)
Table 12: Russia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.4)
Table 13: Russia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.5)
Table 14: Ukraine, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 15: Ukraine, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 16: France, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 17: France, Petroleum product Pipelines, 2013
Table 18: France, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 19: France, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 20: France, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.2)
Table 21: Germany, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 22: Germany, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 23: Germany, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 24: Germany, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 25: Germany, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.2)
Table 26: The United Kingdom, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 27: The United Kingdom, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 28: The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 29: The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 30: The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.2)
Table 31: The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.3)
Table 32: The United Kingdom, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 33: The United Kingdom, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 34: The United Kingdom, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.2)
Table 35: Romania, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 36: Romania, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 37: Romania, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 38: Romania, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 39: Poland, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 40: Poland, Petroleum product Pipelines, 2013
Table 41: Poland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 42: Poland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 43: Poland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.2)
Table 44: Spain, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 45: Spain, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 46: Spain, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 47: Spain, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 48: Spain, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 49: Spain, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.2)
Table 50: Italy, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 51: Italy, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 52: Italy, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 53: Italy, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 54: Italy, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 55: Italy, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 56: Norway, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 57: Norway, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 58: Norway, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 59: Belarus, Crude Oil Pipeline, 2013
Table 60: Belarus, Natural Gas Pipeline, 2013
Table 61: Hungary, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 62: Hungary, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 63: Hungary, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 64: Hungary, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 65: Georgia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 66: Georgia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 67: Greece, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 68: Greece, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 69: Greece, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 70: Greece, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 71: Bulgaria, Crude Oil Pipeline, 2013
Table 72: Bulgaria, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 73: Netherlands, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 74: Netherlands, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 75: Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 76: Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 77: Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.2)
Table 78: Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.3)
Table 79: Azerbaijan, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 80: Azerbaijan, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 81: Slovakia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 82: Slovakia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 83: Czech Republic, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 84: Czech Republic, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 85: Croatia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 86: Croatia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 87: Serbia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 88: Serbia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 89: Belgium, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 90: Belgium, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 91: Denmark, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 92: Denmark, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 93: Lithuania, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 94: Lithuania, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 95: Austria, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 96: Austria, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 97: Austria, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 98: Latvia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013
Table 99: Latvia, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 100: Latvia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 101: Finland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 102: Finland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 (Contd.1)
Table 103: Ireland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 104: Portugal, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013
Table 105: Portugal, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 106: Slovenia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 107: Moldova, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 108: Sweden, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 109: Switzerland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 110: Armenia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 111: Estonia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 112: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 113: Albania, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 114: Cyprus, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013
Table 115: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines
Table 116: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines
Table 117: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines
Table 118: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.1)
Table 119: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.2)
Table 120: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.3)
Table 121: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.4)
Table 122: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.5)
Table 123: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.6)
Table 124: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.7)
Table 125: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.8)
Table 126: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.9)
Table 127: Gazprom, Key Facts
Table 128: Gazprom, SWOT Analysis
Table 129: OAO AK Transneft, Key Facts
Table 130: OAO AK Transneft, SWOT Analysis
Table 131: Naftogaz of Ukraine, Key Facts
Table 132: Naftogaz of Ukraine, SWOT Analysis
Table 133: Government of Turkey Plans To Sell Stake In Tanap Dogalgaz
Table 134: Sibur Holding Completes Acquisition Of 49% Joint Venture Interest In Yugragazpererabotka From Rosneft
Table 135: EnBW Plans To Acquire 50% Stake In Gasversorgung Suddeutschland And terranets From Eni
Table 136: PensionDanmark To Acquire 40% Stake In Noordgastransport From TAQA For US$240 Million
Table 137: GBL Energy Sells 0.3% Stake In Total For US$486 Million
Table 138: MOL Plans To Sell 49.1% Stake In INA, Oil And Gas Company
Table 139: Rosneft To Acquire Oil And Gas Assets Of Alrosa For US$1.38 Billion
Table 140: Ardian To Acquire 5% Interest In CLH From CEPSA
Table 141: Dong Energy Completes Private Placement Of Shares For US$2.37 Billion
Table 142: InfraStrata Completes Private Placement Of Shares For US$1.3 Million
Table 143: Eni Plans Public Offering Of Bonds For Up To US$2.1 Billion
Table 144: Eni Completes Private Placement Of 3.625% Bond Due 2029 For US$1.4 Billion
Table 145: Snam Completes Private Placement Of 3.25% Bonds Due 2024 For US$819.8 Million
Table 146: Statoil Completes Public Offering Of 3.345% Notes Due 2033 For US$205.5 Million
Table 147: Gazprom Completes Private Placement Of Series Bo-19 Series Bonds Due 2043 For US$454.6 Million
Table 148: Eni Completes Private Placement Of 2.625% Bond Due 2021 For US$1 Billion
Table 149: Botas Petroleum Plans To Acquire 10% Interest In Shah Deniz Gas Field And South Caucasus Pipeline From Total
Table 150: Statoil To Sell 10% Interest In Shah Deniz Gas Field And South Caucasus Pipeline To BP And SOCAR For US$1.45 Billion
Table 151: MOL Completes Acquisition Of Offshore Oil And Gas Assets In UK North Sea From Wintershall For US$375 Million
Table 152: EnQuest Completes Acquisition Of 50% Interest In Greater Kittiwake Area Assets And 100% Interest In Oil Pipeline In UK North Sea From Centrica

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Country (km), 2013
Figure 2: Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Company (km), 2013

COMPANIES MENTIONED
Gazprom
OAO AK Transneft
Naftogaz of Ukraine

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