New Reports on China and Australia Oil and Gas Industries Published by

19 Sep 2011 • by Natalie Aster
New Reports on China and Australia Oil and Gas Industries Published by

LONDON - Market Publishers Ltd informs that new in-demand Taiyou Research reports on oil and gas industries in China and Australia have been added to its catalogue.

Oil and Gas Industry in China. China is forecast to account for over 37% of the Asia-Pacific regional oil demand by 2015, and this has already begun to show as there has been a rapid increase in imports of oil recently. The scenario for natural gas is no different, as demand exceeds supply in this case as well. The report provides regional and country analysis of energy industry covering its current state and future likely development. The special focus of the study is China’s oil and gas sector, including a profile of the oil refineries, oil storage facilities, oil pipelines in the country, LNG terminals, gas storage facilities and pipelines, as well as a profile of the coal-to-liquids and coal-to-gas projects in China. The review also features regulatory framework, competition in the industry, top market players, forecasts …

Oil and Gas Industry in Australia. Australia is currently ranks third for being the biggest LNG exporter in the Asia Pacific region. It has been revealed that in 2010 alone, Australia consumed almost twice the amount of crude oil and gas liquids that it produced. Starting with an overview of the Asia Pacific energy industry, the report moves on to the Australian oil and gas sector, covering the oil refineries and LNG terminals in Australia, as well as analysis of the various oil and gas projects in the country. The research profiles top market players through a company overview, evaluation of business segments, presence in the market, and a detailed SWOT analysis. Industry outlook and forecasts are also included …

More new publisher’s market research reports can be found at Taiyou Research page.



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