Global Natural Gas Industry 2016

Date: October 1, 2016
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Global Natural Gas Industry 2016
Natural gas accounts for almost a quarter of world's energy consumption and its being brought into use considerably in the last 30 years. The Russian Federation is the largest gas producing country and the world leading exporting country. Natural gas is the predominant fuel in Russia, accounting for nearly half of the country's domestic consumption. It is followed closely by Iran. Other major producing countries are Canada, United Kingdom, Algeria, Indonesia, Iran, Netherlands, Norway and Uzbekistan.

The countries of North America constitute a very integrated and mature market for natural gas. The North American natural gas market is almost self-sufficient. The liberalization process in natural gas market started as early as the seventies in Canada and United States, and they are the countries who have gone furthest in opening the market to competition. The reserves of natural gas in Western Europe are limited, accounting for less than 5% of global resources. At present, the European market is under structural changes resulting from the liberalization process that is taking place.

Major players in the market are BP Plc, Gazprom, National Iranian Oil Company, Petroleos de Venezuela.S.A., ExxonMobil Corporation, amongst others. As natural gas is essentially irreplaceable (at least with current technology), it is important to have an idea of how much natural gas is left in the ground for us to use. However, this becomes complicated by the fact that no one really knows exactly how much natural gas exists until it is extracted.

The non-OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries are expected to contribute the bulk of the growth in the production of natural gas in coming years. Russia and the Middle East are expected to make major contributions to the rise in the production of natural gas. But it is absolutely possible that the dominant position of classic production countries, especially Russia, could soon erode strongly. Poland, on the other hand, could become a relevant player in the global market.

Aruvian Research’s focus on the Global Natural Gas Industry 2016 explores this niche market globally and focuses on the happenings of this industry. Analyzing the global trends, the growth drivers, the strengths and weaknesses of this industry, industry statistics and forecast, trends in natural gas transportation and storage, import/export situation, etc. The report covers the complete developments in the natural gas industry.
A. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

B. INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL GAS

B.1 Industry Profile
B.2 Industry Size and Growth
B.3 Industry Structure
B.4 Industry Outlook

C. ANALYZING THE INDUSTRY TRENDS

C.1 Rising Demand for Natural Gas
C.2 Declining Supply of Natural Gas
C.3 Rising Price of Natural Gas
C.4 Renewed Interest in LNG
C.5 Environmental Issues
C.6 Industry Globalization
C.7 Global Gas Flows

D. ANALYZING THE TECHNOLOGIES

D.1 Carbon Dioxide Injection
D.2 Secondary Gas Recovery
D.3 Microholes
D.4 Deep Wells

E. NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION

E.1 Export/Import
E.2 Major Producing Regions

F. ANALYZING UNCONVENTIONAL GAS SOURCES

F.1 Associated Gas
F.2 Coalbed Methane
F.3 Overview of CBM
F.4 United States
F.5 China
F.6 Australia
F.7 India
F.8 South Africa
F.9 Germany
F.10 United Kingdom
F.11 Ukraine
F.12 Gas Shale
F.13 Methane Hydrates
F.14 Stranded Reserves
F.15 Tight Gas Sands

G. TRANSPORTING NATURAL GAS

G.1 CNG

G.2 LNG

G.2.1 History and Prospects of LNG Trade
G.2.2 Shipping Costs

H. STORING NATURAL GAS

H.1 Base Load
H.2 Peak Load
H.3 Underground Storage Methods
H.4 Aquifers
H.5 Depleted Gas Reservoirs
H.6 Salt Caverns

I. USES OF NATURAL GAS

I.1 Commercial
I.2 Electricity Generation
I.3 Industrial
I.4 Gas-to-Liquids
I.5 Residential
I.6 Transportation

J. TRADING NATURAL GAS

J.1 Bilateral Contracts
J.2 Hedging
J.3 Spot Markets

K. MAJOR INDUSTRY PLAYERS

K.1 BP Plc
K.1.1 Corporate Profile
K.1.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.1.3 Financial Analysis
K.1.4 SWOT Analysis
K.2 Chevron Corporation
K.2.1 Corporate Profile
K.2.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.2.3 Financial Analysis
K.2.4 SWOT Analysis
K.3 DONG Energy
K.3.1 Corporate Profile
K.3.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.3.3 Financial Analysis
K.3.4 SWOT Analysis
K.4 Edison SpA
K.4.1 Corporate Profile
K.4.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.4.3 Financial Analysis
K.4.4 SWOT Analysis
K.5 Eni SpA
K.5.1 Corporate Profile
K.5.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.5.3 Financial Analysis
K.5.4 SWOT Analysis
K.6 Exxon Mobil Corporation
K.6.1 Corporate Profile
K.6.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.6.3 Financial Analysis
K.6.4 SWOT Analysis
K.7 Gazprom
K.7.1 Corporate Profile
K.7.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.7.3 Financial Analysis
K.7.4 SWOT Analysis
K.8 Petroleos de Venezuela SA (PDVSA)
K.8.1 Corporate Profile
K.8.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.8.3 Financial Analysis
K.8.4 SWOT Analysis
K.9 Repsol SA
K.9.1 Corporate Profile
K.9.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.9.3 Financial Analysis
K.9.4 SWOT Analysis
K.10 Royal Dutch Shell Plc
K.10.1 Corporate Profile
K.10.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.10.3 Financial Analysis
K.10.4 SWOT Analysis

K.11 RWE AG

K.11.1 Corporate Profile
K.11.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.11.3 Financial Analysis
K.11.4 SWOT Analysis
K.12 Total SA
K.12.1 Corporate Profile
K.12.2 Business Segment Analysis
K.12.3 Financial Analysis
K.12.4 SWOT Analysis

L. APPENDIX

M. GLOSSARY OF TERMS

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Historical Global Natural Gas Production and Consumption
Figure 2: Historical Global Production by Region
Figure 3: Historical Global Consumption by Region
Figure 4: Global Trade Flows (billion cubic meters)
Figure 5: Increase & Fluctuation in Natural Gas Spot Prices Since 1990s
Figure 6: Global Demand of Natural Gas
Figure 7: Control over Production of Remaining Commercial Reserves of Natural Gas
Figure 8: Global Natural Gas Market Share
Figure 9: Natural Gas Market Structure
Figure 10: Projected Global Natural Gas Consumption
Figure 11: Regional Projection for Global Natural Gas Consumption
Figure 12: Regional Projection for Global Natural Gas Production
Figure 13: Current World Natural Gas Reserves
Figure 14: Leading Importers of LNG - 2015
Figure 15: Global natural Gas Trade Movements
Figure 16: Growth by Region
Figure 17: Natural Gas Production by Region
Figure 18: World Natural Gas Reserves by Region
Figure 19: World Natural Gas Resource by Region
Figure 20: Natural Gas Supply in North America
Figure 21: Natural Gas Consumption in North America by Country
Figure 22: Natural Gas Supply in Western Europe
Figure 23: Natural Gas Consumption in Emerging Asia
Figure 24: Natural Gas Consumption in Middle East
Figure 25: Natural Gas Consumption in Central and South America
Figure 26: LNG Tanker Fleet
Figure 27: World Gas Demand (in Trillion Cubic Feet)
Figure 28: World Natural Gas Vehicles Fleet
Figure 29: Typical Natural Gas Composition
Figure 30: Oil & Natural Gas Formation
Figure 31: Natural Gas Producing States
Figure 32: Natural Gas Distribution System
Figure 33: Natural Gas Use
Figure 34: World Natural Gas Consumption by Region, up to 2030
Figure 35: World Natural Gas Consumption by End-Use Sector, up to 2030
Figure 36: World Natural Gas Reserves by Region, 2015
Figure 37: World Natural Gas Reserves by Geographic Region as of January 1, 2006
Figure 38: World Natural Gas Resources by Geographic Region, up to 2025
Figure 39: OECD Natural Gas Supply by Source, 2003-2030
Figure 40: Natural Gas Consumption in North America by Country, up to 2030
Figure 41: U.S. Natural Gas Supply by Source, 1990-2030
Figure 42: Natural Gas Consumption in OECD Europe by End-Use Sector, up to 2030
Figure 43: Natural Gas Consumption in OECD Asia by Country, up to 2030
Figure 44: Natural Gas Supply in China and India by Source, up to 2030
Figure 45: Natural Gas Consumption in Africa and the Middle East, up to 2030
Figure 46: Average Annual Increases in Industrial Natural Gas Consumption, up to 2030, by Region and Country

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Fossil Fuel Emission Levels - Pounds per Billion Btu of Energy Input
Table 2: Natural Gas Exports by Region (in Billion Cubic Meters)
Table 3: Regional Gas Flaring
Table 4: LNG Shipping Rates ($ per million Btu)
Table 5: World Working Gas Projections (Billion Cubic Meters)
Table 6: Underground Gas Storage in the World
Table 7: GTL Outperforms Crude Oil Diesel
Table 8: World Natural Gas Reserves by Country as of January 1, 2016
Table 9: World Natural Gas Production by Region and Country, up to 2030
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