The 20 Leading Companies in the Natural Gas Market 2013: Competitive Landscape Analysis

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The 20 Leading Companies in the Natural Gas Market 2013: Competitive Landscape Analysis
The natural gas market is currently undergoing a period of rapid transition, marked by a significant boom in gas production. Technological advances such as directional well drilling and hydraulic fracturing have considerably increased gas production in North America, where abundant gas supplies have pushed down gas prices. Many companies operating in the region have seen strong growth in their gas output in recent years, though the continued low price of gas in North America is creating challenges for companies.

Meanwhile, with the rapid expansion of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) over the past decade, trade of gas through intercontinental LNG tankers has expanded and the industry is no longer just dependent on land based pipelines. This has made gas markets more open and competitive than was previously envisaged, ensuring that companies need to seek ways to stay ahead of their rivals.

Escalating demand for natural gas - particularly in Asia - and a desire on the part of many countries to switch from coal to cleaner burning gas are also important trends currently providing plentiful opportunities for the leading natural gas companies, along with companies currently outside the top 20 list. This report examines the largest gas producers in the market at present and their expected rates of growth, as well as their geographical focus and future plans.

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The report analyses the top 20 companies in the natural gas market in 2013, showing their revenues, gas development and LNG infrastructure projects, gas production market share, strengths and weaknesses, opportunities for growth and threats imposed on their operations, the type and location of projects, as well as an assessment of each company's future outlook.

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  • 175 pages of comprehensive analysis.
  • 125 tables, charts and graphs analysing and comparing each of the leading 20 natural gas companies and their position within the market.
  • You will find a competitive analysis of the leading 20 companies in the natural gas market, comparing and ranking the following:
    • Gas production market share for 2013 & 2013
    • Capital expenditure for 2012 & 2013
    • Gas reserves
    • Geographical position in the global gas market and
    • Analysis of companies' likely increase, decrease or maintenance of gas production rates over the next five years.
    • Overall revenues
    • Number of employees
  • Analysis of the leading 20 companies in the natural gas market including -
    • Anadarko Petroleum
    • BG Group
    • BP
    • Chevron Corporation
    • Chesapeake
    • ConocoPhillips
    • Devon Energy Corporation
    • EnCana
    • Eni
    • EOG Resources
    • ExxonMobil Corporation
    • Gazprom
    • PERTAMINA
    • PETRONAS
    • Petrobras
    • Qatar Petroleum (Qatar Gas)
    • Royal Dutch Shell
    • Sonatrach
    • Statoil
    • Total
  • A SWOT analysis for each of the leading 20 natural gas companies illustrating their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
  • A comparison of regional markets by rate of gas production and gas reserves.
  • A comprehensive overview of the most important trends in the natural gas market, shaping decisions of the major companies.
  • A PEST analysis of the overall natural gas market, covering the critical political, economic, social and technological issues influencing companies in the natural gas market.
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1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1.1 Global Natural Gas Market Overview
1.2 Highlights of this Report
1.3 The Scope of this Report
1.4 Methodology
1.5 The Leading 20 Natural Gas Producing Companies 2012

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE GLOBAL NATURAL GAS MARKET

2.1 Global Natural Gas Resources
2.2 Shift to Unconventional Resources
2.3 High Oil Price and Low Gas Price

3. COMPETITOR POSITIONING IN THE GLOBAL NATURAL GAS MARKET

3.1 The Leading Twenty Companies' Market Share in the Global Natural Gas Market 2012

4. THE LEADING 20 COMPANIES IN THE NATURAL GAS MARKET

4.1 Gazprom Overview
  4.1.1 Gazprom in the Global Gas Market
  4.1.2 Gazprom SWOT Analysis
  4.1.3 Gazprom Future Outlook
4.2 Qatar Petroleum Overview
  4.2.1 Qatar Petroleum in the Global Gas Market
  4.2.2 Qatar Petroleum SWOT Analysis
  4.2.3 Qatar Petroleum Future Outlook
4.3 ExxonMobil Overview
  4.3.1 ExxonMobil in the Global Gas Market
  4.3.2 ExxonMobil Regional Focus
  4.3.3 ExxonMobil SWOT Analysis
  4.3.4 ExxonMobil Future Outlook
4.4 PERTAMINA Overview
  4.4.1 PERTAMINA in the Global Gas Market
  4.4.2 PERTAMINA SWOT Analysis
  4.4.3 PERTAMINA Future Outlook
4.5 Sonatrach Overview
  4.5.1 Sonatrach in the Global Gas Market
  4.5.2 Sonatrach SWOT Analysis
  4.5.3 Sonatrach Future Outlook
4.6 Royal Dutch Shell Overview
  4.6.1 Royal Dutch Shell in the Global Gas Market
  4.6.2 Royal Dutch Shell Regional Focus
  4.6.3 Royal Dutch Shell SWOT Analysis
  4.6.4 Royal Dutch Shell Future Outlook
4.7 BP Overview
  4.7.1 BP in the Global Gas Market
  4.7.2 BP Regional Focus
  4.7.3 BP SWOT Analysis
  4.7.4 BP Future Outlook
4.8 Total S.A. Overview
  4.8.1 Total S.A. in the Global Gas Market
  4.8.2 Total's Regional Focus
  4.8.3 Total SWOT Analysis
  4.8.4 Total Future Outlook
4.9 Chevron Overview
  4.9.1 Chevron in the Global Gas Market
  4.9.2 Chevron SWOT Analysis
  4.9.3 Chevron Future Outlook
4.10 Statoil Overview
  4.10.1 Statoil in the Global Gas Market
  4.10.2 Statoil Regional Focus
  4.10.3 Statoil SWOT Analysis
  4.10.4 Statoil Future Outlook
4.11 Eni Overview
  4.11.1 Eni in the Global Gas Market
  4.11.2 Eni Regional Focus
  4.11.3 Eni SWOT Analysis
  4.11.4 Eni Future Outlook
4.12 ConocoPhillips Overview
  4.12.1 ConocoPhillips in the Global Gas Market
  4.12.2 ConocoPhillips SWOT Analysis
  4.12.3 ConocoPhillips Future Outlook
4.13 Chesapeake Energy Overview
  4.13.1 Chesapeake Energy in the Global Gas Market
  4.13.2 Chesapeake Energy SWOT Analysis
  4.13.3 Chesapeake Energy Future Outlook
4.14 EnCana Overview
  4.14.1 EnCana in the Global Gas Market
  4.14.2 EnCana SWOT Analysis
  4.14.3 EnCana Future Outlook
4.15 BG Group Overview
  4.15.1 BG Group in the Global Gas Market
  4.15.2 BG Group SWOT Analysis
  4.15.3 BG Group Outlook
4.16 Petrobras Overview
  4.16.1 Petrobras in the Global Gas Market
  4.16.2 Petrobras SWOT Analysis
  4.16.3 Petrobras Future Outlook
4.17 Devon Energy Overview
  4.17.1 Devon Energy in the Global Gas Market
  4.17.2 Devon Energy SWOT Analysis
  4.17.3 Devon Energy Future Outlook
4.18 PETRONAS Overview
  4.18.1 PETRONAS in the Global Gas Market
  4.18.2 PETRONAS SWOT Analysis
  4.18.3 PETRONAS Outlook
4.19 Anadarko Petroleum Overview
  4.19.1 Anadarko Petroleum in the Global Gas Market
  4.19.2 Anadarko Petroleum SWOT Analysis
  4.19.3 Anadarko Petroleum Future Outlook
4.20 EOG Resources
  4.20.1 EOG Resources in the Global Gas Market
  4.20.2 EOG Resources Regional Focus
  4.20.3 EOG Resources SWOT Analysis
  4.20.4 EOG Resources Future Outlook
4.21 Other Companies of Interest in the Natural Gas Market
  4.21.1 Iranian National Gas Company
  4.21.2 Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG)
  4.21.3 T№rkmengaz
  4.21.4 Woodside
  4.21.5 Talisman Energy

5. PEST ANALYSIS OF THE NATURAL GAS MARKET

5.1 Political Factors Influencing the Gas Market
  5.1.1 Growing Use of Gas as a Primary Energy Source
  5.1.2 Reduction in Carbon Emissions & Pollutants
  5.1.3 Cartel Formation
  5.1.4 Political Instability in Middle East & North Africa
5.2. Economic Factors Influencing the Gas Market
  5.2.1 High Range of Gas Prices across Continents
  5.2.2 Increasing Use of Gas for Electricity Generation
  5.2.3 Enhanced Oil Recovery Techniques
5.3. Social Factors Influencing the Gas Market
  5.3.1 Public Opposition
  5.3.2 Gas Production Leads to Lowering of Greenhouse Gas Emissions
5.4. Technological Factors Influencing the Gas Market
  5.4.1 Growing Use of Natural Gas Vehicles (NGV)

6. CONCLUSIONS

6.1 The Natural Gas Market Overview
6.2 The Best Positioned Companies in the Natural Gas Market
6.3 Concluding Observations

7. GLOSSARY

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1.1 Global Natural Gas Production 1983-2012 (BCF)
Figure 2.1 Regional Natural Gas Reserves (TCF) & Production to Reserve Ratio for End 2011
Figure 2.2 Regional Recoverable Shale Gas Resource Estimate (Trillion Cubic Feet)
Figure 2.3 Natural Gas Consumption of the Seven Largest Consumer Nations 2000-2011 (BCM/Annum)
Figure 2.4 Regional Natural Gas Production 2000-2011 (BCM/Annum)
Figure 2.5 Average Annual Gas Prices in Japan, US, Canada and Europe 1996-2011 ($/MMBTU)
Figure 2.6 US West Texas Intermediate Crude Oil Price ($/bbl) and US Henry Hub Gas Price ($/MMBTU) January 1997- April 2013
Figure 3.1 Leading 20 Natural Gas Company Reserve Replacement 2012 (%)
Figure 3.2 Leading 20 Natural Gas Company Market Share 2012 (% share)
Figure 3.3 Leading 20 Natural Gas Company Market Share 2013 (% share)
Figure 3.4 Leading 20 Companies' Forecast Annual Change in Gas Production 2012-2013 (%)
Figure 3.5 Gas Reserves of Top 20 Gas Producing Companies (BCM)
Figure 4.1 Gazprom Capital 2012 Expenditure by Business Segment ($m & %)
Figure 4.2 Qatar's LNG Export Destination 2012 (BCF)
Figure 4.3 ExxonMobil Forecast of Global Natural Gas Production by Conventional & Unconventional Types 2020-2040 (BCF/Day)
Figure 4.4 ExxonMobil's Regional Proved Developed Reserves (BOEB) & Net Gas Production (Bcf/d)
Figure 4.5 Sonatrach LNG Exports by Country 2012 (BCF)
Figure 4.6 Royal Dutch Shell Regional Proved Developed & Undeveloped Gas Reserves (BCF) & Average Realised Price 2012 ($/mcf)
Figure 4.7 Royal Dutch Shell Regional Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d)
Figure 4.8 BP Regional Gas Production 2008-2012 (Mcf/d)
Figure 4.9 BP Net Proved Developed & Undeveloped Regional Natural Gas Reserves 2012 (BCF)
Figure 4.10 BP Total Proved Regional Gas Reserves 2012 (BCF)
Figure 4.11 BP Average Natural Gas Realizations in US, Europe and The Rest of the World 2008-2012 ($/mmBtu)
Figure 4.12 Total S.A. 2002-2012 Production of Gas (Mcf/d) and Liquid (mbbl/d)
Figure 4.13 Total S.A. Capital Expenditures By Geographic Area 2012 ($m)
Figure 4.14 Total S.A. Proved Developed & Undeveloped Gas Reserves by Region As of December 31, 2012 (BCF)
Figure 4.15 Total S.A. Regional Gas Production 2012 (Mcf/d)
Figure 4.16 Total S.A. Investment by Business Segment 2012 ($m & %)
Figure 4.17 Chevron Natural Gas Production 2009-2012 (Mcf/d)
Figure 4.18 Chevron's Regional Proved Developed & Undeveloped Natural Gas Reserves (BCF)
Figure 4.19 Chevron's Capital Expenditure by Business Category 2012 ($m & %)
Figure 4.20 Statoil Regional Gas Reserves, Proved Developed and Undeveloped (BCF)
Figure 4.21 Eni Regional Proved Gas Reserves 2012 (BCF)
Figure 4.22 Eni Gas Sales in Italy & Outside Italy 2010-2012 (BCF/A)
Figure 4.23 Eni Gas Proved Developed & Undeveloped Reserves at End 2012 (BCF)
Figure 4.24 ConocoPhillips' Gas Production by Country 2012 (Mmcf/d)
Figure 4.25 ConocoPhillips Gas Reserves (BCM) & Realised Gas Sales Price ($/MMBTU) 2010-2012
Figure 4.26 Chesapeake Gas Production (BCF/Annum) & Oil Production (MMbbl/Annum) 2005-2012
Figure 4.27 Chesapeake Realised Gas Price ($/mmBtu) & Realised Oil Price ($/bbl) 2005-2012
Figure 4.28 EnCana US & Canadian Gas Production 2010-2012 (mmcf/d)
Figure 4.29 EnCana US & Canadian NGL Production 2010-2012 (mbbl/d)
Figure 4.30 BG Group's Regional Gas Production 2012 (BCF/Annum)
Figure 4.31 BG Group Regional Gas Reserves as of End 2003-2012 (BCF & %)
Figure 4.32 Petrobras Gas Fields Being Developed to Come On Stream Over 2013-2016 (Mmcf/d)
Figure 4.33 Petrobras Natural Gas Proved Reserves 2009-2012 (mmcf)
Figure 4.34 Petrobras Regional Gas Production 2012 (mmcf/d & %)
Figure 4.35 Petrobras 2012 Capital Expenditure by Business Segment ($m & %)
Figure 4.36 Devon Energy Revenues by Business Segment 2012 ($m & %)
Figure 4.37 PETRONAS Regional Oil & Gas Production & Resources (%)
Figure 4.38 Anadarko Petroleum Gas, Oil & Natural Gas Liquids Production 2008-2012 (MMcf/d & Mbbl/d)
Figure 4.39 Anadarko Petroleum US & International Gas Acreage (Thousand Acres)
Figure 4.40 EOG Resources Regional Gas Production 2012 (MMcf/d) & Regional Realised Gas Price ($/MMBTU)
Figure 4.41 Composition of Iranian Natural Gas Reserves 2011 (%)
Figure 4.42 Talisman Energy's Regional Natural Gas Production (mmcf/d & %)
Figure 5.1 Regional Gas Consumption Forecast 1985-2024 (BCM/Annum)
Figure 5.2 Carbon Dioxide Emissions; Natural Gas, Oil and Coal (Pounds/Million BTU)
Figure 5.3 Poisonous Substance Emissions of Natural Gas, Oil and Coal (Pounds/Million BTU)
Figure 5.4 Gas Prices in Japan, Europe and US 2000-2013 ($/Million British Thermal Units)
Figure 5.5 Estimated Levelised Cost of Building & Operating Electricity Generating Power Plants for 2016 ($/MWh)
Figure 5.6 Percentage of Natural Gas Vehicles by Country (Number & %)
Figure 6.1 Composition of World Energy Consumption 2010 & 2011 by Fuel Type (Million Tonnes of Oil Equivalent)

COMPANIES LISTED

3 Legs Resources plc
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)
Agip KCO
Alco
Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
Apache Canada Ltd.
Apache Corporation
Archer Daniel Midlands
Bayerngas
BG Group
BP
Central Petroleum Limited
Centrica Energy
Cheniere Energy
Chesapeake Energy
Chevron
Chevron Australia
China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC)
China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)
Chubu Electric Power
ConocoPhillips Company
Corporaciєn Nacional del Cobre de Chile (Codelco)
Cove Energy
CPC Corporation
Devon Energy
Dong E&P Norge AS
Dong Energy
Dow Chemical
Elengy Company
Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH) (Mozambican state Hydrocarbon Company)
Enbridge Inc.
EnCana Corporation
Endesa
EnerVest
Eni Pakistan
Eni Qatar
Eni SpA
EOG Resources
EOG Resources Canada Inc.
ExxonMobil
ExxonMobil Exploration & Production South Africa Limited
ExxonMobil Exploration & Production Malaysia Inc
ExxonMobil Qatar Inc.
Galp Energia
GazMщtro
Gazprom
GDF Suez
GDF Suez E&P UK Ltd
GDF Suez Exploration and Production
Hyproc Shipping Company
Impact Africa Limited
Impact Oil & Gas Limited
INPEX Browse Ltd.
INPEX Corporation
Itochu Corporation
Japan Petroleum Exploration Company (JAPEX)
KazMunaiGas
Kerr-McGee
Korea Gas Corporation (Kogas)
Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company (Kufpec)
Kyushu Electric Power Company
Lukoil
Maersk Oil
Medco E&P Indonesia (PT Medco Energi Internasional)
Mitsubishi Corporation
Mitsui & Co
National Iranian Gas Company
National Iranian Oil Company
NGV Communications Group
Nigerian Liquefied Natural Gas (NLNG)
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
North Caspian Operating Company (NCOC)
Novatek
Occidental Petroleum
OGDCL
OGX Petroleo e Gas Participacoes S.A
Origin Energy
Osaka Gas
Pakistan Petroleum Limited
PDVSA (Petroleos de Venezuela S.A.)
PE Wheatstone Pty Ltd
PERTAMINA
PERTAMINA E&P Libya Ltd.
PERTAMINA Exploration & Production (E&P)
Petrobras (Petrєleo Brasileiro S.A.)
PetroChina
PETRONAS
PETRONAS Brasil E&P Ltd
PETRONAS Carigali Sdn Bhd (PCSB)
PETRONAS Gas Bhd
Progress Energy Resources Corporation
PT PERTAMINA Drilling Services Indonesia
PT PERTAMINA Hulu Energy (PHE)
PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP)
Qatar Gas Company Limited
Qatar Petroleum
Qatar Petroleum International (QPI)
Queensland Gas Company Ltd (QGC)
Reliance Industries
Repsol A.S.
Rosneft
Royal Dutch Shell
Saipem
Santos
Saudi Aramco
Sempra Energy
Sevmorneftegaz
Shell Australia
Shell Brasil Petrєleo Ltd.
Shtokman Development Company
Sinopec
Sinopec International Petroleum Exploration & Production
Societe Nationale des Hydrocarbures (SNH)
Sonangol
Sonatrach
South Gas Company (Iraq)
Standard & Poor
State Oil Company of Azerbaijan Republic (SOCAR)
Statoil
Sumitomo
Suncor
Talisman Energy Inc.
Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC)
TEPCO
TNK-BP
Tokyo Gas
Total E&P Australia
Total E&P Congo
Total E&P UK
Total E&P USA, Inc.
Total LNG Nigeria Ltd
Total S.A.
TransCanada Corporation
Tronox Ltd.
T№rkmengaz
Union Fenosa
Western Gas Partners LP
Wintershall AG
Woodside
Yayasan Sabah

GOVERNMENT AGENCIES AND OTHER ORGANISATIONS MENTIONED IN THIS REPORT

Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA)
Centre for Global Energy Studies (CGES)
Department of Energy (DoE)
Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
Energy Information Administration (EIA)
European Commission
European Union (EU)
Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF)
Indonesian Petroleum Association (IPA)
International Energy Agency (IEA)
Ministry of Energy & Industry (Qatar)
Ministry of Land and Resources (China)
Ministry of Oil and Gas (Oman)
Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (Indonesia)
Natural Gas Vehicle for America
Oil & Gas Journal
Organisation of Economic Cooperation & Development (OECD)
Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)
Russian Federation Industry & Energy Ministry
US Environmental Protection Agency
US Geological Survey (USGS)
World Bank

BG Group is involved in Tanzania’s gas development having discovered 10tcf. BG Group also gained access to new exploration licences in Egypt, India, Trinidad and Tobago and Uruguay, and was continuing its drilling operations off the coast of Brazil. BG Group is expecting to drill in Kenya in 2014 and Uruguay in 2016. BG Group is slated to have 15 FPSOs in operation in Brazil by 2018 with an anticipated output of 2.1mmboe/d and gas processing capacity of 3.0bcf/d. Since 2008 the expansion in US gas production has offset the fall in UK, Egypt and Indian gas production.

Anadarko Petroleum is a growing oil and gas producing company. One of the most notable gas discoveries of the company is the giant gas fields off the coast of Mozambique. The recoverable gas reserves in the Rovuma basin are estimated to be between 35-65tcf (1.0tcm-1.82tcm). Further gas discoveries were made in Mid-2012 with Golfinho and Atum gas fields holding around 30tcf (850bcm). Anadarko has a 36.5% stake in these field developments.

The most economic way of monetising gas discoveries off the coast of Mozambique is thought to be by building an LNG liquefaction terminal to export the gas to high gas demand regions of the world. Hence, the Palma LNG project is a concept that Anadarko, along with its partners Empresa Nacional de Hidrocarbonetos (ENH), Mitsui and Cove Energy, are considering to build. The first phase of this project will provide a 5.0mtpa LNG liquefaction capacity, costing around $4.0bn. Anadarko also has exploration concessions in Ghana, Brazil, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Kenya, Cote d’Ivoire, New Zealand, Indonesia, and other countries. 

The material was prepared in July, 2013.

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1.1 Top 20 Gas Producing Companies (Rank, 2012 Gas Production (mmcf/d), Share of Global Gas Production 2012 (%), Gas Reserves End 2012 (BCF) & 2012 CAPEX ($bn)
Table 3.1 Top 20 Gas Producing Companies (Rank, 2012 Gas Production (mmcf/d), Share of Global Gas Production 2012 (%), Gas Reserves End 2012 (BCF), 2012 CAPEX ($bn) and Outlook for Gas Production (Flat/Positive/Negative)
Table 4.1 Gazprom Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenues ($Bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.2 Gazprom's Major Natural Gas Pipeline & LNG Export Projects (Project Title, Gas Export Capacity (bcm/a & mmcf/d), Project Operation Start Year)
Table 4.3 SWOT Analysis of Gazprom
Table 4.4 Gazprom's Summary of Operations 2009-2012 (Increase in Gas Reserves (Tcm & Tcf), Gas Production (bcm/a), Net Profits ($bn), Revenues ($bn))
Table 4.5 Qatar Petroleum Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenues ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.6 SWOT Analysis of Qatar Petroleum
Table 4.7 ExxonMobil Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenues ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.8 ExxonMobil Gas Exploration & Production Projects Coming On Stream 2013-2015 (Country, Project Name, Production Capacity, ExxonMobil Working Interest (% & MCF/d)
Table 4.9 ExxonMobil Gas Exploration & Production Projects Coming On Stream After 2016 (Country, Project Name, Production Capacity, ExxonMobil Working Interest (% & MCF/d)
Table 4.10 ExxonMobil Capital & Exploration Expenditure by Region in 2012 ($m) and Percentage of Total (%)
Table 4.11 SWOT Analysis of ExxonMobil
Table 4.12 ExxonMobil Regional Net Gas Production, Net Gas Sales (BCF/d), Proved Reserves (Billion Barrels of Oil Equivalent), Earnings ($Bn) & Outlook for 2017
Table 4.13 PERTAMINA Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.14 SWOT Analysis of PERTAMINA
Table 4.15 Sonatrach Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.16 Sonatrach LNG Liquefaction Capacity Additions Under Construction (Location, Capacity, Construction Cost ($bn), Construction Period)
Table 4.17 SWOT Analysis of Sonatrach
Table 4.18 Royal Dutch Shell Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.19 Royal Dutch Shell Existing LNG Terminals (Location, Shell's Interest (%), Capacity (mtpa) & Shell's Net Capacity (mtpa)
Table 4.20 Royal Dutch Shell LNG Terminals Under Construction (Location, Shell's Interest (%), Capacity (mtpa) & Shell's Net Capacity (mtpa)
Table 4.21 Royal Dutch Shell Regional Focus 2012 Revenues ($bn) & Percentage of Total Revenues (%)
Table 4.22 SWOT Analysis of Royal Dutch Shell
Table 4.23 BP Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.24 BP Net Proved Developed & Undeveloped Gas Reserves 2012 (BCF)
Table 4.25 SWOT Analysis of BP
Table 4.26 Total S.A. Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenues ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.27 Total S.A. LNG Infrastructure Projects (Location, Stakeholders, Capacity, Construction Cost and Construction Period)
Table 4.28 Total's Regional Focus by Revenues in 2012 ($m & %) & Capital Expenditure ($m & %)
Table 4.29 SWOT Analysis of Total
Table 4.30 Chevron Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.31 Chevron LNG Infrastructure Projects Under Construction (Location, Stakeholders, Capacity, Construction Cost & Construction Period)
Table 4.32 SWOT Analysis of Chevron
Table 4.33 Statoil Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.34 Statoil Regional Proved Developed and Undeveloped Gas Reserves (BCF)
Table 4.35 SWOT Analysis of Statoil
Table 4.36 Eni Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.37 Eni LNG Liquefaction & Regasification Plant Location & Capacity (mtpa)
Table 4.38 SWOT Analysis of Eni
Table 4.39 ConocoPhillips Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.40 ConocoPhillips' LNG Terminals Under Construction & Planned (Location, Stakeholders, Capacity, Construction Cost, Construction Period)
Table 4.41 ConocoPhillips' Existing LNG Infrastructure (Project Name, Location and Capacity (bcf/annum))
Table 4.42 SWOT Analysis of ConocoPhillips
Table 4.43 Chesapeake Energy Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.44 Chesapeake 2012 Proved Developed & Undeveloped Reserves of Gas (bcf), Oil & Natural Gas Liquids (mmbbl), Estimated Future Net Revenue ($m) & Present Value of Estimated Future Net Revenue ($m)
Table 4.45 SWOT Analysis of Chesapeake Energy
Table 4.46 EnCana Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.47 SWOT Analysis of EnCana
Table 4.48 BG Group Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.49 SWOT Analysis of BG Group
Table 4.50 Petrobras Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenues ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.51 SWOT Analysis of Petrobras
Table 4.52 Devon Energy Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.53 Devon Energy Natural Gas Plays Portfolio (Acreage)
Table 4.54 SWOT Analysis of Devon Energy
Table 4.55 PETRONAS Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenues ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.56 SWOT Analysis of PETRONAS
Table 4.57 Anadarko Petroleum Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees , Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.58 SWOT Analysis of Anadarko Petroleum
Table 4.59 EOG Resources Headquarters, Ticker, Gas Production 2012 (Mmcf/d), Gas Reserves 2012 (Bcf), Capex 2012 ($bn), Capex 2013 ($bn), Market Share 2012 (%), Market Share Forecast 2013 (%), Rank 2012, Employees, Revenue ($bn) & 2013 Outlook
Table 4.60 SWOT Analysis of EOG Resources
Table 4.61 Nigerian LNG Terminal Capacity Additions (Location, Operator, Capacity, Construction Cost and Construction Period)
Table 5.1 PEST Analysis of the Natural Gas Market
Table 6.1 Top 20 Gas Producing Companies (Rank, 2012 Gas Production (mmcf/d), Share of Global Gas Production 2012 (%), Gas Reserves End 2012 (BCF), 2012 CAPEX ($bn) and Outlook for Gas Production (Flat/Positive/Negative)

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