Croatia Oil and Gas Report Q4 2016

Date: September 14, 2016
Pages: 69
US$ 1,295.00
Report type: Strategic Report
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BMI View: With snap elections called after a scandal relating to the oil and gas sector, a future government could challenge the award of six onshore blocks. Contracts for the licenses were signed more than a year after the bidding round, underlining concerns about unpredictable investment climate. Officials have said that they are now considering a floating proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, with a final decision on the project delayed until 2017.

Main Trends And Developments In Croatia's Oil And Gas Sector
  • Political uncertainty has slowed activity in Croatia's oil and gas sector. In June, the government awarded five onshore production sharing agreements from a bidding round held the previous year. Contracts were signed with INA, Vermillion and Oanda but the delay underlined concerns about an unpredictable investment climate.
  • Fresh elections have been set for September but downside risks to upstream activity may remain well after the vote. For example, the contracts that have been awarded may come under scrutiny from a future parliament, which may be led by the socialist opposition. Uncertainty surrounding the composition of the government, and its approach to the oil and gas sector, may also persist beyond the poll.
  • In June, the Croatian government ordered LNG Croatia (LNG Hrvatska) to speed up the first phase of the project, which includes setting up the floating storage and regasification unit (FSRU) on Krk island. A final investment decision on the project could come in early 2017. Though the project has support across the political spectrum, a change in government following new elections set for September could result in delays or uncertainty for the project.
  • A land-based LNG import terminal could still be constructed according to Croatian officials. However some reports suggested such a terminal could come five to ten years after the initial floating import unit came online.
BMI Industry View
  Table: Headline Forecasts (Croatia 2014-2020)
Oil & Gas SWOT
Industry Forecast
Upstream Exploration
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
  Table: Proven Oil and Gas Reserves (Croatia 2014-2019)
  Table: Proven Oil and Gas Reserves (Croatia 2020-2025)
Upstream Production - Oil
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
  Table: Oil Production (Croatia 2014-2019)
  Table: Oil Production (Croatia 2020-2025)
Upstream Production - Gas
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
  Table: Gas Production (Croatia 2014-2019)
  Table: Gas Production (Croatia 2020-2025)
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
  Table: Refining Capacity And Refined Products Production (Croatia 2014-2019)
  Table: Refining Capacity And Refined Products Production (Croatia 2020-2025)
Refined Fuels Consumption
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
  Table: Refined Products Consumption (Croatia 2014-2019)
  Table: Refined Products Consumption (Croatia 2020-2025)
Gas Consumption
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
  Table: Gas Consumption (Croatia 2014-2019)
  Table: Gas Consumption (Croatia 2020-2025)
Trade - Oil
Latest Updates
Structural Trends
Crude Oil
  Table: Crude Oil Net Exports (Croatia 2014-2020)
  Table: Crude Oil Net Exports (Croatia 2020-2025)
Fuels Trade
  Table: Refined Fuels Net Exports (Croatia 2014-2019)
  Table: Refined Fuels Net Exports (Croatia 2020-2025)
  Table: Total Net Oil Exports - Crude And Products (Croatia 2014-2019)
  Table: Total Net Oil Exports - Crude And Products (Croatia 2020-2025)
Trade - Gas (Pipeline And LNG)
Latest Updates
Structural Updates
  Table: Gas Net Exports (Croatia 2014-2019)
  Table: Gas Net Exports (Croatia 2020-2025)
Industry Risk Reward Index
Central And Eastern Europe Oil & Gas Risk/Reward Index
  Table: CEE: High Risk, Low Reward
  Table: CEE Upstream, Downstream And Overall Risk/Reward Indices
  Table: CEE Upstream Risk/Reward Index
Downstream: Turkish STAR Only Bright Spot In Weak Market
  Table: CEE Downstream Risk/Reward Index
Croatia - Risk/Reward Index
Market Overview
Croatia Energy Market Overview
Regulatory Structure
Fiscal Regime
  Table: Croatia - Upstream Tax Regime
Licensing Regime
  Table: Croatia - Contracts and Licensing Regime
Licensing Rounds
Oil And Gas Infrastructure
Oil Refineries
  Table: Oil Refineries In Croatia
Oil Storage Facilities
Oil Terminals/Ports
  Table: Croatia Oil Terminals & Ports
  Table: Existing And Planned LNG Terminals
  Table: Croatia - Gas Storage Terminal
Gas Pipeline
  Table: Croatia - Natural Gas Pipeline
Crude Oil Pipelines
  Table: Croatia - Crude Oil Pipelines
Competitive Landscape
Competitive Landscape Summary
  Table: Key Players In Croatian Energy Sector
  Table: Key Upstream Players
  Table: Key Downstream Players
Regional Overview
Central And Eastern Europe Oil & Gas Regional Overview
Oil Production: Oil Powerhouses Falter On Weak Prices
Oil Consumption: Short-Term Weakness As Russia Struggles
Refining Capacity: Modernisation Key To Competing
Natural Gas Production: Gas Ramp-Up Demand-Dependent
  Table: Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline Expansions
Gas Consumption: Demand Falters On Struggling Economies
  Table: Central & Eastern Europe Oil & Gas Production & Consumption, Refining Capacity & Trade
  Table: Glossary Of Terms
Industry Forecast Methodology
Risk/Reward Index Methodology
  Table: Bmi's Oil & Gas Upstream Risk/Reward Index
  Table: Weighting
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