Looking at the Global Energy Industry

Date: February 1, 2012
Pages: 320
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Publisher: Aruvian's R'search
Report type: Strategic Report
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Looking at the Global Energy Industry
The global energy industry has explored many options to meet the growing energy needs of industrialized economies wherein production demands are to be met with supply of power from varied energy resources worldwide. There has been a clearer realization of the finite nature of oil resources and the ever higher pushing demand for energy. The world has yet to stabilize on the complex geopolitical undercurrents which influence the oil and gas production as well as supply strategies globally.

The limitation on refinery capacities, heavy crude processing, aging number of offshore rigs, new environmental regulations, blockbuster profits/cash reserves for oil companies, technology hopes are resulting in the below mentioned:
  • Significant investments in conventional and unconventional energy sources (wind turbine energy revenue up is up 25% and non-hydro renewable technologies on track to be six percent of the world's power generation by 2030);
  • New equity investors;
  • Larger integration/consolidation of the day-to-day business of upstream companies, as well as those seeking to gain access to a specific area.
The movement from state controlled to free market energy trading for the production companies is leading above some of the other related industries like waste management or water companies which are just at the early phases of maturity. This transition is pushing companies to develop and invest in all areas of operations like: finance, performance, administrative regulations, tax, and marketing and information technology in order that they are ready faster, better to enter and participate in the global energy market game.

Asia’s rapidly increasing energy consumption is a leading driver in the global energy demand and the combined values of China and India could increase by more than 100% by 2025. The normalization is expected to take place in the developed countries wherein the market maturity and energy efficiency will be contributing factors.

Aruvian's R'search’s report – Looking at the Global Energy Industry - analyzes the scope of global energy production from varied traditional sources as well as the developing renewable energy sources. In view of understanding energy transactions, the report also studies the revenue returns for investors in various energy channels which manifest themselves in global energy demand and supply dynamics.

The report presents a global energy footprint which analyzes the major countries and their usage of the various energy resources ranging from Asia to the United States, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, etc.

In depth view has been provided in this report on nature of world trade in the Oil, Electricity, Natural Gas, Nuclear Power, Coal, Wind, Hydroelectric and the experimental stage of tidal energy. The various geopolitical interests and intentions governing the exploitation, production, trade and supply of these resources for energy production has also been analyzed by this report in a non-partisan manner.

The report also delves deeper into the perennial conflict some which the usage of some of these resources face in environmental worldscape and efforts undertaken by major trade alignments to correct these concerns or contain the effects of the usage of these resources on the environment which has led to various initiatives like correct harnessing of solar energy.

The greenhouse effect and its relation to the gaseous emission in usage of such fossil fuels wherein the model for trade of green house gases has been espoused by the developed nations with overall efforts to lay down guidelines which will guide the future energy policy makers of the world to build more sustainable and ecologically balanced energy feeder relationships are also explained in Aruvian’s report, with a future outlook for the global energy market. A profile of the top 30 players in the energy industry completes Aruvian’s analysis of the global energy industry.
A. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

B. GLOBAL ENERGY INDUSTRY

B.1 Industry Profile
B.2 Looking at the Global Oil Market
B.3 Looking at the Global Natural Gas
B.4 Looking at Other Fuels
B.5 Impacts on the Industry
B.6 Challenges Facing the Industry

C. REVENUE RETURNS ON GLOBAL ENERGY MARKETS

C.1 Oil Demand – Fuelling Growth Worldwide
C.2 China’s Coal Demand – Major Influence in World Markets
C.3 Developing World Electricity Consumption - Adding Up in the Global Pie
C.4 Renewable Energy
C.4.1 Hydroelectricity
C.4.2 Wind Energy

D. GLOBAL ENERGY DEMAND & SUPPLY DYNAMICS

D.1 Oil
D.2 Natural Gas
D.3 Energy Usage

E. LOOKING AT THE GLOBAL ENERGY CRISIS

E.1 Energy Crisis
E.2 Growing Need for Unconventional Energy Sources

F. WORLD ENERGY MAP ANALYSIS

F.1 Global Market Overview
F.2 Global Energy Use
F.3 Economic Recession and the Energy Market
F.4 Role of Natural Gas in the Global Energy Mix
F.5 Energy Prices in the Recession

G. WORLD OIL TRADE

G.1 Proven Global Oil Reserves
G.2 Role of Non OPEC Countries in Global Oil Supply
G.3 Risks in Global Oil Supply & Demand
  G.3.1 Oil as a Bargaining Chip - Geopolitical Forces at Work
  G.3.2 Macroeconomic Influencers
  G.3.3 Veracity of Oil Reserves
  G.3.4 Need for Accurate Modeling
  G.3.5 Middle East Oil Supply Constraints
  G.3.6 Major Geographical Oil Dependence
G.4 Global Oil Supply Forecast
  G.4.1 Crude Oil and Liquid Fuels
  G.4.2 U.S. Crude Oil and Liquid Fuels

H. ELECTRICITY TRADE

H.1 Production and Usage Spheres
H.2 Electricity Demand World Wide - More is Less?
H.3 Electricity Market Future Perspective

I. NATURAL GAS AS AN ENERGY SOURCE

I.1 Global Storehouses of Natural Gas
I.2 Quantum of Natural Gas Supply & Usage Globally
  I.2.1 Africa
  I.2.2 Asia
  I.2.3 Central & South America
I.2.4 Europe
I.2.5 Middle East
I.2.6 North America

J. OLDEST ENERGY SOURCE - COAL

J.1 Mining the Coal Reserves Worldwide
J.2 Coal Usage - Environmental Conflict
J.3 Coal Dependant Energy Production - Asia’s Major Consumption
  J.3.1 Africa
  J.3.2 Asia
  J.3.3 Central & South America
  J.3.4 Europe
  J.3.5 Middle East
  J.3.6 North America

K. ENERGY FORM THE ATOMS - NUCLEAR ENERGY

K.1 Does Nuclear Power Make Economic Sense?
  K.1.1 Fuel Cost
  K.1.2 Electricity Generation with Other Forms of Energy
  K.1.3 Cost Competitiveness in the Future
K.2 Powering Global Consumption - Nuclear Energy
K.3 Uranium Market
K.4 Market Features
K.5 Price Trends
K.6 Managing the Risk in Nuclear Power
K.7 Industry Trends
K.8 Economic Trends
K.9 Nuclear Hedging
K.10 Future Outlook

L. FUKUSHIMA NUCLEAR ACCIDENT OF 2011

L.1 Overview
L.2 Background on Earthquakes in Japan, the Nuclear Site and Tsunamis
L.3 Background on the Fukushima Daiichi Reactors
L.4 Fukushima Daiichi Reactors 1-3 & 4
L.4.1 Summary of the Incident
L.5 Fukushima Daiichi Reactors 5 & 6
L.6 Impact of the Earthquake on the Fukushima Daini Plant
L.7 Impact on the Global Economy
L.8 Radioactivity Concerns from Fukushima Accident
  L.8.1 Introduction
  L.8.2 Contamination of Basements, Wiring Trenches, and Pipe Tunnels
  L.8.3 Release of Radioactivity into the Air
  L.8.4 Water Contamination
  L.8.5 Exposure to Radiation and Issues Arising from it
  L.8.7 Radiation Impact on Other Countries
L.9 Assessing the Accident on an International Level
L.10 Rating of the Accident
L.11 International Community Responds to the Fukushima Disaster & Impact on Nuclear Power

M. CLEAN ENERGY RESOURCES

M.1 Wind Energy
  M.1.1 Impact of the Economic Recession on the Wind Power Market
  M.1.2 Worldwide Market for Wind Power
  M.1.3 Regional Characteristics
  M.1.4 Increase in Growth Rates
  M.1.5 Leading Wind Markets
  M.1.6 Electricity Supply from Wind Energy
  M.1.7 Offshore Wind Turbine Market
  M.1.8 Continental Distribution
  M.1.9 Outlook for the Global Wind Industry
M.2 Hydropower
M.3 Solar Power

N. CHECKPOINTS TO ENERGY GROWTH

N.1 Kyoto Protocol
N.2 Meeting Environmental Concerns
N.3 Carbon Monoxide Emission Implications
N.4 Experimenting with Tidal Energy

O. RESULTANT ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERN - GLOBAL WARMING

O.1 Global Emission Norms - Rigorous US Lobbying
O.2 Harnessing Solar Power
  O.2.1 Efforts of the United States
  O.2.2 Global Efforts

P. THE GREENHOUSE EFFECT - GLOBAL ENERGY’S FALLOUT?

P.1 EU Efforts on Cutting Emissions
P.2 Guidelines to Future Global Energy Policies
P.3 Balancing Trade of Greenhouse Gases
P.4 Different Approaches to Greenhouse Gas Reduction

Q. GLOBAL ENERGY MARKET - FUTURE OUTLOOK

R. LEADING MARKET PLAYERS

R.1 BC Hydro
R.2 BHP Billiton Group
R.3 BP Plc
R.4 Centrica plc
R.5 Chevron Corporation
R.6 ConocoPhillips
R.7 Consol Energy Inc.
R.8 E.On AG
R.9 Electricite de France (EDF)
R.10 ENEL SpA
R.11 ENI SpA
R.12 Exxon Mobil Corporation
R.13 GDF Suez
R.14 Gazprom
R.15 Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P.
R.16 LUKoil
R.17 Marathon Oil
R.18 Norsk Hydro ASA
R.19 Occidental Petroleum
R.20 Oil & Natural Gas Corporation
R.21 Petrobras
R.22 Petrochina Company Ltd.
R.23 Repsol YPF SA
R.24 Royal Dutch Shell plc
R.25 Statoil ASA
R.26 Valero Energy Corp.
R.27 Xcel Energy

S. APPENDIX

T. GLOSSARY OF TERMS
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