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LNG Industry Outlook in Asia Pacific, 2011 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Terminals to 2016

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LNG Industry Outlook in Asia Pacific, 2011 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Terminals to 2016

Summary

GlobalData’s energy offering, “LNG Industry Outlook in Asia Pacific, 2011 - Capacity Analysis, Forecasts and Details of All Operating and Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Terminals to 2016” is the essential source for industry data and information relating to the LNG industry in Asia Pacific. It provides asset level information relating to active and planned LNG terminals in Asia Pacific. The profiles of major companies operating in the LNG industry in Asia Pacific are included in the report. The latest news and deals relating to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.

Scope

- Updated information relating to all active and planned LNG terminals
- Provides historical data from 2000 to 2010, forecast to 2016
- Capacity information of all liquefaction and regasification terminals
- Provides operator information for all active and planned terminals
- Identifies key trends and issues in the LNG industry
- Information on the top companies in the sector including business description, strategic analysis. Key companies covered are Korea Gas Corporation, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. and Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc
- Strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.
- Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity investments and IPOs.

Reasons to buy

- Obtain the most up to date information available on all active and planned liquefaction and regasification terminals in Asia Pacific
- Identify growth segments and opportunities in Asia Pacific's LNG industry.
- Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future industry trends.
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historical and forecast capacity data
- Assess your competitor’s LNG assets
- Understand and respond to your competitors business structure, strategy and prospects.
- Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events.
- Do deals with an understanding of how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market.
- Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading companies in Asia Pacific.
 
Contents:
1 Table Of Contents
1 Table Of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Introduction
2.1 What is This Report About?
2.2 How to Use This Report?
2.3 Market Definition
3 Asia Pacific LNG Industry
3.1 Asia Pacific LNG Industry, Key Data
3.2 Asia Pacific LNG Industry: Key Trends and Issues
3.2.1 Asia Pacific LNG Industry: Major Trends
3.2.2 Asia Pacific LNG Industry: Major Challenges
3.3 Asia Pacific LNG Industry, Liquefaction
3.3.1 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Asia Pacific, Total Capacity
3.3.2 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Asia Pacific, Indonesia
3.3.3 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Asia Pacific, Malaysia
3.3.4 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Asia Pacific, Australia
3.3.5 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Asia Pacific, Brunei Darussalam
3.3.6 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Asia Pacific, Papua New Guinea
3.4 Asia Pacific LNG Industry, Regasification
3.4.1 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Total Capacity
3.4.2 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Japan
3.4.3 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Republic of Korea
3.4.4 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, India
3.4.5 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Taiwan
3.4.6 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, China
3.4.7 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Bangladesh
3.4.8 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Indonesia
3.4.9 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Malaysia
3.4.10 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Pakistan
3.4.11 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Philippines
3.4.12 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Singapore
3.4.13 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Thailand
3.4.14 LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Vietnam
3.5 Asia Pacific Planned LNG Terminals
3.5.1 Asia Pacific Planned LNG Terminals, Liquefaction Capacity, 2011-2016
3.5.2 Asia Pacific Planned LNG Terminals, Regasification Capacity, 2011-2016
4 Profile of Korea Gas Corporation
4.1 Korea Gas Corporation, Key Information
4.2 Korea Gas Corporation, Company Overview
4.3 Korea Gas Corporation, Business Description
4.3.1 Business Overview
4.4 Korea Gas Corporation, SWOT Analysis
4.4.1 Korea Gas Corporation Strengths
4.4.2 Korea Gas Corporation Weaknesses
4.4.3 Korea Gas Corporation Opportunities
4.4.4 Korea Gas Corporation Threats
5 Profile of Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd
5.1 Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd, Key Information
5.2 Company Overview
5.3 Business Description
5.3.1 Business Overview
5.3.2 Installation Work
5.3.3 Gas Sales
5.3.4 Other Business
5.3.5 Real Estate Rental
5.4 SWOT Analysis
5.4.1 Overview
5.4.2 Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. Strengths
5.4.3 Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. Weaknesses
5.4.4 Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. Opportunities
5.4.5 Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd. Threats
6 Profile of Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc
6.1 Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc Key Information
6.2 Company Overview
6.3 Business Description
6.3.1 Business Overview
6.4 SWOT Analysis
6.4.1 Overview
6.4.2 Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc. Strengths
6.4.3 Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc. Weaknesses
6.4.4 Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc. Opportunities
6.4.5 Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc. Threats
7 Asia Pacific LNG Industry, Financial Deals Landscape
7.1 Detailed Deal Summary
7.1.1 Acquisition
7.1.2 Private Equity
7.1.3 Equity Offerings
7.1.4 Debt Offerings
7.1.5 Partnerships
7.1.6 Asset Transactions
8 Asia Pacific LNG Industry, Recent Developments
8.1 License Rounds
8.1.1 Jan 25, 2010: Bangladesh To Invite Tenders For $1 Billion Worth LNG Terminal
8.2 License Awards
8.2.1 Apr 20, 2010: CNOOC Receives Approval From NDRC To Construct Zhuhai LNG Project In China
8.2.2 Feb 19, 2010: Arrow Energy Wins License For Surat Gladstone Pipeline In Australia
8.2.3 Jan 28, 2010: 4Gas Wins Approval To Build Floating LNG Terminal At Port Qasim, Pakistan
8.3 Strategy and Business Expansion
8.3.1 Nov 25, 2010: Beach Energy And ITOCHU Investigating South Australian Locations For Proposed LNG Facility
8.3.2 Nov 11, 2010: Rolls-Royce, Bestway Strengthen Ship Design Collaboration
8.3.3 Oct 08, 2010: Sinopec To Construct LNG Receiving Terminal At Maoming City In China
8.3.4 Sep 28, 2010: InterOil To Partner With EWC To Construct 2 Mtpa Land-Based LNG Plant In Papua New Guinea
8.4 Drilling and Production Updates
8.4.1 May 18, 2010: GDF Suez's Bonaparte Floating LNG To Start Production In 2018
8.5 Other Significant Developments
8.5.1 Dec 21, 2010: INPEX Receives Approval For Development Plan Of Abadi Gas Field In Indonesia
8.5.2 Dec 21, 2010: CNOOC Receives Environmental Department Approval For Its Pending LNG Terminal In Guangdong Province
8.5.3 Dec 21, 2010: Arrow Energy Issues Invitation To Tender For LNG Plant FEED In Gladstone
8.5.4 Dec 17, 2010: Sinopec To Start Operations At Beihai LNG Terminal In 2014
8.5.5 Dec 15, 2010: Commonwealth Government Delays Australia Pacific LNG's EIS Decision For Procedural Reasons
8.5.6 Dec 15, 2010: CNOOC Starts Building LNG Plant In Jieyang City, China
8.6 New Contracts Announcements
8.6.1 Nov 22, 2010: Ostwald Bros Wins $60 Million Contract With QGC
8.6.2 Nov 16, 2010: Hamworthy Secures LNG Regasification Order
8.6.3 Nov 15, 2010: Harsco Wins New Contract For QCLNG Project In Australia
8.6.4 Nov 12, 2010: CH-IV International Wins Consulting Services Contract For LNG Terminal In Bangladesh
8.6.5 Nov 04, 2010: Golar LNG Energy Signs LoI With Nusantara Regas For West Java FSRU Project
8.6.6 Nov 02, 2010: Foster Wheeler Wins Contract For Floating LNG Receiving Terminal In Indonesia
8.6.7 Oct 28, 2010: CB&I Receives $50 Million Contracts From Woodside Petroleum For Additional Work On Pluto LNG Project In Western Australia
8.6.8 Oct 26, 2010: Pearson-Harper Wins AUD10.3 Million Contract From Chevron
8.6.9 Oct 13, 2010: INPEX, Total To Supply LNG To West Java LNG Terminal In Indonesia
8.6.10 Oct 12, 2010: Golar LNG Energy Receives Contract From Nusantara Regas For West Java FSRU Project
9 Appendix
9.1 Methodology
9.1.1 Coverage
9.1.2 Secondary Research
9.1.3 Primary Research
9.1.4 Expert Panel Validation
9.2 Unit Of Measure
9.3 Contact Us
9.4 About Us
9.5 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Asia Pacific, LNG Key Statistics, 2010
Table 2: Asia Pacific Liquefaction Capacity by Country (Million Tonnes), 2000-2016
Table 3: Indonesia Liquefaction Capacity by Terminal (Million Tonnes), 2000-2016
Table 4: Malaysia Liquefaction Capacity by Terminal (Million Tonnes), 2000-2016
Table 5: Australia Liquefaction Capacity by Terminal (Million Tonnes), 2000-2016
Table 6: Brunei Darussalam Liquefaction Capacity by Terminal (Million Tonnes), 2000-2016
Table 7: Papua New Guinea Liquefaction Capacity by Terminal (Million Tonnes), 2000-2016
Table 8: Asia Pacific, Regasification Capacity by Country (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 9: Japan Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 10: Japan Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016 (Contd. 1)
Table 11: Republic of Korea Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 12: India Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 13: Taiwan Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 14: China Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 15: Bangladesh Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 16: Indonesia Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 17: Malaysia Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 18: Pakistan Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 19: Philippines Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 20: LNG Regasification Industry in Asia Pacific, Singapore (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 21: Thailand Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 22: Vietnam Regasification Capacity by Terminal (Bcf), 2000-2016
Table 23: Asia Pacific Planned LNG Terminals, Liquefaction (Million Tonnes), 2011-2016
Table 24: Asia Pacific Planned LNG Terminals, Regasification (Bcf), 2011-2016
Table 25: Korea Gas Corporation, Key Facts
Table 26: Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., Key Facts
Table 27: Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., SWOT Analysis
Table 28: Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc., Key Facts
Table 29: Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc., SWOT Analysis
Table 30: Shell Energy Holdings Sells 10% Interest In Woodside Petroleum
Table 31: Royal Vopak Acquires 50% Interest In Sealink Storage Company From Lanwa
Table 32: Pertamina To Acquire Additional 2% Interest In PT Donggi Senoro
Table 33: InterOil To Sell Its 25% Interest In Liquid Niugini Gas
Table 34: Golar LNG To Acquire 40% Stake In Gladstone LNG From Liquefied Natural Gas
Table 35: Newbridge Capital Acquires Minority Stake In Xinjiang Guanghui Liquefied Natural Gas
Table 36: Santos Plans To Raise $1.8 Billion In A Rights Offering
Table 37: Petronet LNG Plans To Raise $100 Million In Equity Financing
Table 38: Liquefied Natural Gas Completes Private Placement Of $16.32 Million
Table 39: Petronet Plans For Rights Offering Of $413.02 Million
Table 40: Punj Lloyd completes private placement of common shares for $140 million
Table 41: Punj Lloyd Announces Equity Offering For $306 Million
Table 42: Liquefied Natural Gas Completes Private Placement Of $7.25 Million
Table 43: PETRONAS Completes Private Placement Of 5.25% Senior Notes For $3 Billion
Table 44: PETRONAS Completes Private Placement Of Islamic Trust Certificates Due 2014 For $1.5 Billion
Table 45: BHP Billiton Completes 4.75% Euro Bonds Offering For $1,687.37 Million
Table 46: BHP Billiton Completes 6.37% Euro Bonds Offering For $1,349.9 Million
Table 47: Adani Forms Joint Venture With Petronet
Table 48: Indian Oil Enters Into Joint Venture With Tamil Nadu Industrial Development
Table 49: Blue Energy To Form Joint Venture With Korea Gas
Table 50: NTPC And L&T To Form Partnership With Indian Oil
Table 51: Apache And KUFPEC To Form Joint Venture With Chevron
Table 52: Korea Gas To Acquire 15% Interest In Gladstone LNG Project
Table 53: TOTAL To Acquire Additional 7.5% Interest In Gladstone LNG Project From Santos
Table 54: Eastern Star To Sell Narrabri Coal Seam Gas Project And LNG Newcastle Project To Marubeni
Table 55: Korea Gas Plans To Acquire Interest In LNG Projects In Australia And Indonesia
Table 56: Total To Acquire 20% Interest In GLNG Project

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Asia Pacific Liquefaction Capacity by Country (Million Tonnes), 2000-2016
Figure 2: Asia Pacific, Regasification Capacity by Country (Bcf), 2000-2016
 
Companies Mentioned
Korea Gas Corporation
Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd
Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc
 
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