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LNG Markets in Middle East and Africa - Market Analysis, Capacity Growth and Competitive Landscape to 2015

  • Published: December 2010
  • Region: Africa, Middle East
  • 54 pages
  • GlobalData

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  • Nigeria LNG Limited
  • Qatar Petroleum
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LNG Markets in Middle East and Africa - Market Analysis, Capacity Growth and Competitive Landscape to 2015

Summary

Our new report, “LNG Markets in Middle East and Africa - Market Analysis, Capacity Growth and Competitive Landscape to 2015”, provides an in-depth analysis of the Middle East and Africa’s LNG industry to 2015. The report details all major (Liquefied Natural Gas) LNG liquefaction markets, major exporters and importers in the Middle East and Africa region. The report also provides key trends, drivers and challenges in this region and the investment scenarios. It also details the competitive landscape in the region and details the operations of the major players. The report also provides expansion plans in the region to 2015.

Scope

The report analyzes the major LNG markets in the Middle East and Africa. The scope of the report includes -
- The report provides an overview of the LNG industry detailing the major liquefaction and regasification markets.
- It provides the major expansions and planned projects in region to 2015.
- The report also details the major exporters in the Middle East and Africa.
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1
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Introduction
2.1 Market Definition
2.2 Report Guide
3 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Overview
3.1 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Snapshot
3.1.1 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Key Data, 2009
3.1.2 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Liquefaction Capacity by Country (Million Tons), 2000-2015
3.1.3 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Liquefaction Capacity by Company (Million Tons), 2000-2015
3.1.4 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Regasification Capacity by Country (bcf), 2000-2015
3.1.5 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, LNG Export Volumes of Top Five Countries (Million Tons), 2003-2009
3.2 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Market Share Analysis
3.2.1 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Liquefaction Capacity Growth by Country (%), 2004-2009
3.2.2 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Liquefaction Capacity by Growth, by Company (%), 2004-2009
3.3 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, New Terminals and Capacity Expansions by Country, 2010-2015
3.3.1 The Middle East and Africa LNG Liquefaction Market, New Terminals and Capacity Expansions by Country (Million Tons), 2010-2015
3.3.2 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, New Terminals by Country (Million Tons), 2010-2015
3.3.3 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Capacity Additions through Expansions of Existing Liquefaction Terminals by Country (Million Tons), 2010-2015
3.4 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Liquefaction Country Comparisons
3.4.1 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Liquefaction Country Comparison Based on Contribution to Regional Liquefaction Capacity (%), 2009
3.4.2 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Liquefaction, Country Comparison based on Average Processing Train Size (Million Tons), 2009
3.4.3 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Liquefaction Country Comparison based on Contracted LNG Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2015
3.4.4 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Liquefaction Country Comparison Based on Non-Contracted LNG Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2015
3.5 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Trade Movements and Prices
3.5.1 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Top Five LNG Exporting Countries by Volume (Million Tons), 2003-2009
3.5.2 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Export Share (%) by Growth (%) by Top LNG Exporting Countries, 2003-2009
3.5.3 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, LNG Prices by Country ($/Ton), 2003-2009
3.6 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Regasification
3.6.1 The Middle East and Africa LNG, Regasification Capacity by Country (bcf), 2000-2015
3.7 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market – Key Trends and Issues
3.7.1 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market – Major Trends
3.7.2 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market – Major Issues
4 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Major Liquefaction Countries
4.1 Qatar
4.1.1 Liquefaction Capacity in Qatar, 2000-2015
4.1.2 Companies Operating in Qatar, 2009
4.1.3 LNG Exports from Qatar, 2003- 2009
4.1.4 Qatar, Liquefaction Capacity by Terminals (Million Tons), 2009
4.1.5 Contracted Vs. Non-Contracted LNG Liquefaction Capacity in Qatar (Million Tons), 2000-15
4.2 Algeria
4.2.1 Liquefaction Capacity in Algeria, 2000-2015
4.2.2 Companies operating in Algeria, 2009
4.2.3 LNG Exports from Algeria, 2003-2009
4.2.4 Algeria, Liquefaction Capacity by Terminals (Million Tons), in 2009
4.2.5 Contracted vs. Non-Contracted LNG Liquefaction Capacity in Algeria (Million Tons), 2000-2015
4.3 Nigeria
4.3.1 Liquefaction Capacity in Nigeria, 2009
4.3.2 Companies operating in Nigeria, 2009
4.3.3 LNG Exports from Nigeria, 2009
4.3.4 Nigeria, Liquefaction Capacity by Terminals (Million Tons), in 2009
4.3.5 Contracted vs. Non-contracted LNG Liquefaction Capacity in Nigeria (Million Tons), 2000-2015
4.4 Egypt
4.4.1 Liquefaction Capacity in Egypt, 2009
4.4.2 Companies Operating in Eqypt, 2009
4.4.3 LNG Exports from Egypt, 2009
4.4.4 Egypt, Liquefaction Capacity by Terminals (Million Tons), in 2009
4.4.5 Contracted vs. Non-contracted LNG Liquefaction Capacity in Egypt (Million Tons), 2000-2015
4.5 Oman
4.5.1 Liquefaction Capacity in Oman, 2009
4.5.2 Companies Operating in Oman, 2009
4.5.3 Oman LNG Exports, 2009
4.5.4 Oman, Liquefaction Capacity by Terminals (Million Tons), in 2009
4.5.5 Contracted vs. Non-contracted LNG Liquefaction Capacity in Oman (Million Tons), 2000-2015
5 The Middle East and Africa LNG Market, Key Companies
5.1 Nigeria LNG Limited
5.1.1 Nigeria LNG Limited, Key Data, 2009
5.1.2 Nigeria LNG Limited, Overview
5.1.3 Nigeria LNG Limited, Key Planned Projects
5.2 Sonatrach
5.2.1 Sonatrach, Key Data, 2009
5.2.2 Sonatrach, Overview
5.2.3 Sonatrach, Key Planned Projects
5.3 Qatar Petroleum
5.3.1 Qatar Petroleum, Key Data, 2009
5.3.2 Overview
5.3.3 Qatar Petroleum, Key Planned Projects
5.4 Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural gas Company Limited (II)
5.4.1 Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company Limited (II), Key Data, 2009
5.4.2 Description
5.5 Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company Limited (III)
5.5.1 Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company Limited (III), Key Data, 2009
5.5.2 Overview
6 Appendix
6.1 Abbreviations
6.2 Methodology
6.2.1 Coverage
6.2.2 Secondary Research
6.2.3 Primary Research
6.2.4 Expert Panel Validation
6.3 Contact Us
6.4 Disclaimer

“LNG Markets in Middle East and Africa - Market Analysis, Capacity Growth and Competitive Landscape to 2015”, provides an in-depth analysis of the Middle East and Africa’s LNG industry to 2015. The report details all major (Liquefied Natural Gas) LNG liquefaction markets, major exporters and importers in the Middle East and Africa region. The report also provides key trends, drivers and challenges in this region and the investment scenarios. It also details the competitive landscape in the region and details the operations of the major players. The report also provides expansion plans in the region to 2015.

Huge Natural Gas Reserves Enable Middle East and Africa to Have the Highest LNG Production and Export Capacity in the World

The Middle East and Africa have the largest natural gas reserves in the world. In 2009, the region accounted for around 48% of global natural gas reserves. The abundance of natural gas has helped in the development of high liquefaction capacities in the region. At the end of 2009, the total liquefaction capacity of the Middle East and Africa stood at 134.1 MMpta, which is around 53% of global liquefaction capacity.

Huge gas reserves and large liquefaction capacities have also helped the region to be the largest LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) exporter globally. From 2003 onwards, the Middle East and Africa have witnessed increasing LNG exports and in 2009, the region accounted for around 50% of global LNG exports. Qatar is the global market leader in LNG exports, contributing almost 21% to global LNG exports and 41% to the region's exports.

LNG Industry in the Middle East and Africa has Equal Participation of State-owned and International Oil Companies

The Middle East and Africa have substantial gas reserves and so far about 1% of the total reserve has been exploited. This implies there is substantial scope to develop the liquefaction industry in the region and has attracted equal participation from state-owned National Oil Companies (NOCs) and International Oil Companies (IOCs) companies. These companies have invested in the LNG industry through Joint Ventures (JVs) and consortiums. Some of the successful consortiums in the Middle East and Africa LNG Market are Qatargas Operating Company Limited (a JV of Qatar Petroleum, ExxonMobil Corporation, Total S.A., Mitsui & Co. Ltd. and Marubeni Corporation); Nigeria LNG Limited (a JV of National Petroleum Corporation, Royal Dutch Shell Plc, Total LNG Nigeria Ltd and Eni S.p.A) and RasGas Company Limited (a JV between Qatar Petroleum and ExxonMobil Corporation).

Nigeria LNG Limited
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