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Underground Gas Storage Industry Outlook in Europe, 2012 - Details of All Operating and Planned Gas Storage Sites to 2015

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Underground Gas Storage Industry Outlook in Europe, 2012 - Details of All Operating and Planned Gas Storage Sites to 2015

Summary

GlobalData’s energy offering, “Underground Gas Storage Industry Outlook in Europe, 2012 - Details of All Operating and Planned Gas Storage Sites to 2015” is the essential source for industry data and information relating to the gas storage industry in Europe. It provides asset level information relating to active and planned gas storage facilities in Europe. The profiles of major companies operating in the North American underground gas storage industry are included in the report. The latest news and deals relating to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

Scope

- Updated information relating to all active and planned underground gas storage sites
- Provides information on gas storage specifications like type of gas storage site, Working gas Capacity, Total Storage Capacity and maximum Withdrawal Rate
- Provides operator information for all active and planned underground gas storage sites
- Identifies key trends and issues in the gas storage industry
- Information on the top companies in the sector including business description, strategic analysis. Key companies covered are OAO Gazprom, RWE AG and Centrica plc.
- 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 gas storage sites in Europe
- Identify growth segments and opportunities in the global underground gas storage industry
- Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future industry trends.
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of latest capacity data
- Assess your competitor’s gas storage sites and their capacity
- 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 Europe.
 
Contents:
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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 Europe Underground Gas Storage Industry
3.1 Europe Underground Gas Storage Industry, Key Data
3.2 Europe Underground Gas Storage Industry, Key Trends, Drivers, and Challenges
3.2.1 Europe Underground Gas Storage Industry: Major Trends
3.2.2 Europe Underground Gas Storage Industry: Key Drivers
3.2.3 Europe Underground Gas Storage Industry: Major Challenges
3.3 Underground Gas Storage Industry in Europe, Total Storage Capacity
3.3.1 Underground Gas Storage Industry in Europe, Country-wise Storage Capacity
3.3.2 Underground Gas Storage Industry in Europe, Company-wise Storage Capacity
3.4 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Russian Federation
3.4.1 Russian Federation, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.5 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Ukraine
3.5.1 Ukraine, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.6 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Germany
3.6.1 Germany, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.7 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Italy
3.7.1 Italy, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.8 Underground Gas Storage Industry, France
3.8.1 France, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.9 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Austria
3.9.1 Austria, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.10 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Hungary
3.10.1 Hungary, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.11 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Netherlands
3.11.1 Netherlands, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.12 Underground Gas Storage Industry, The United Kingdom
3.12.1 The United Kingdom, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.13 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Czech Republic
3.13.1 The Czech Republic, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.14 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Slovakia
3.14.1 Slovakia, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.15 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Spain
3.15.1 Spain, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.16 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Romania
3.16.1 Romania, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.17 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Latvia
3.17.1 Latvia, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.18 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Poland
3.18.1 Poland, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.19 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Turkey
3.19.1 Turkey, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.20 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Denmark
3.20.1 Denmark, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.21 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Belarus
3.21.1 Belarus, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.22 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Belgium
3.22.1 Belgium, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.23 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Croatia
3.23.1 Croatia, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.24 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Bulgaria
3.24.1 Bulgaria, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.25 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Ireland
3.25.1 Ireland, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.26 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Portugal
3.26.1 Portugal, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.27 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Sweden
3.27.1 Sweden, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
3.28 Underground Gas Storage Industry, Planned Storage Facilities
3.28.1 Planned Storage Facilities, Underground Gas Storage Capacity
4 Profile Of OAO Gazprom
4.1 OAO Gazprom, Key Information
4.2 OAO Gazprom, Company Overview
4.3 OAO Gazprom, Business Description
4.3.1 Business Overview
4.3.2 Gas Distribution
4.3.3 Gas Production
4.3.4 Gas Transportation
4.3.5 Other Activities
4.3.6 Production of Crude Oil and Gas Condensate
4.3.7 Refining
4.4 OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis
4.4.1 Overview
4.4.2 OAO Gazprom Strengths
4.4.3 OAO Gazprom Weaknesses
4.4.4 OAO Gazprom Opportunities
4.4.5 OAO Gazprom Threats
5 Profile of RWE AG
5.1 RWE AG, Key Information
5.2 RWE AG, Company Overview
5.3 RWE AG, Business Description
5.3.1 Business Overview
5.4 RWE AG, SWOT Analysis
5.4.1 Overview
5.4.2 RWE AG Strengths
5.4.3 RWE AG Weaknesses
5.4.4 RWE AG Opportunities
5.4.5 RWE AG Threats
6 Profile of Centrica plc
6.1 Centrica plc, Key Information
6.2 Centrica plc, Company Overview
6.3 Centrica plc, Business Description
6.3.1 Business Overview
6.4 Centrica plc, SWOT Analysis
6.4.1 Overview
6.4.2 Centrica plc Strengths
6.4.3 Centrica plc Weaknesses
6.4.4 Centrica plc Opportunities
6.4.5 Centrica plc Threats
7 Europe Underground Gas Storage Industry, Deals Landscape
7.1 Detailed Deal Summary
7.1.1 Merger
7.1.2 Acquisition
7.1.3 Private Equity
7.1.4 Equity Offerings
7.1.5 Debt Offerings
7.1.6 Asset Transactions
8 Europe Underground Gas Storage Industry, Recent Developments
8.1 Strategy and Business Expansion
8.1.1 Mar 16, 2011: TNK-BP to Build Oil And Gas Treatment Unit At Zagorskaya Group of Fields
8.1.2 Mar 14, 2011: TNK-BP Plans Expansion At Zaykinsky Gas-Processing Plant
8.1.3 Mar 10, 2011: Eni Announces 2011-2014 Strategic Plan
8.1.4 Feb 10, 2011: Gazprom To Proceed With UGS System Development In Russia
8.1.5 Feb 08, 2011: Golder Associates Opens New Office In Poland
8.1.6 Feb 02, 2011: Iberdrola Allocates EUR130 Million To R&D Innovation In 2010
8.2 Other Significant Developments
8.2.1 Jan 10, 2012: GAZ-SYSTEM Announces Increase In Natural Gas Import Possibilities To Poland By Over 30%
8.2.2 Jan 05, 2012: Total Announces Senior Management Change
8.2.3 Dec 29, 2011: Gazprom Appoints Alexander Dyukov To Its Board
8.2.4 Dec 22, 2011: GDF SUEZ Announces Management Changes
8.2.5 Dec 19, 2011: TAQA Announces Bergermeer Gas Storage Launch Customers
8.2.6 Dec 19, 2011: E.ON Gas Storage Begins Commercial Operations At Holford Gas Storage Facility In Cheshire, England
8.2.7 Dec 14, 2011: OMV Renames OMV Gas GmbH As GAS CONNECT AUSTRIA
8.2.8 Dec 09, 2011: Egdon Resources Appoints Jerry Field As Director
8.2.9 Nov 29, 2011: Total Announces Management Changes
8.3 New Contracts Announcements
8.3.1 Nov 29, 2011: Jacobs Engineering Wins Contract From EDF
8.3.2 Aug 12, 2011: EnerMech Wins Perenco Bacton Shutdown Scope
8.3.3 May 18, 2011: ABB Wins Main Automation Contract For Gas Storage Facility In UK
8.3.4 Mar 21, 2011: GL Noble Denton Secures Software Agreement For Bergermeer Gas Storage Facility In Netherlands
8.3.5 Jan 31, 2011: Storengy Selects GE Oil & Gas's ICL Technology For European Gas Storage Expansion
9 Appendix
9.1 Abbreviations
9.2 Methodology
9.2.1 Coverage
9.2.2 Secondary Research
9.2.3 Primary Research
9.2.4 Expert Panel Validation
9.3 Contact Us
9.4 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Europe Underground Gas Storage Key Statistics, 2011
Table 2: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity Country-wise (MMcf), 2011
Table 3: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity Company-wise (MMcf), 2011
Table 4: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Russian Federation (MMcf), 2011
Table 5: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Russian Federation (MMcf), 2011 (Contd.1)
Table 6: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Ukraine (MMcf), 2011
Table 7: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Germany (MMcf), 2011
Table 8: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Germany (MMcf), 2011 (Contd.1)
Table 9: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Germany (MMcf), 2011 (Contd.2)
Table 10: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Italy (MMcf), 2011
Table 11: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In France (MMcf), 2011
Table 12: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Austria (MMcf), 2011
Table 13: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Hungary (MMcf), 2011
Table 14: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Netherlands (MMcf), 2011
Table 15: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In The United Kingdom (MMcf), 2011
Table 16: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Czech Republic (MMcf), 2011
Table 17: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Slovakia (MMcf), 2011
Table 18: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Spain (MMcf), 2011
Table 19: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Romania (MMcf), 2011
Table 20: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Latvia (MMcf), 2011
Table 21: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Poland (MMcf), 2011
Table 22: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Turkey (MMcf), 2011
Table 23: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Denmark (MMcf), 2011
Table 24: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Belarus (MMcf), 2011
Table 25: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Belgium (MMcf), 2011
Table 26: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Croatia (MMcf), 2011
Table 27: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Bulgaria (MMcf), 2011
Table 28: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Ireland (MMcf), 2011
Table 29: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Portugal (MMcf), 2011
Table 30: Europe, Underground Gas Storage Capacity In Sweden (MMcf), 2011
Table 31: Europe, Planned Underground Gas Storage Capacity (MMcf)
Table 32: Europe, Planned Underground Gas Storage Capacity (MMcf) (Contd.1)
Table 33: Europe, Planned Underground Gas Storage Capacity (MMcf) (Contd.2)
Table 34: Europe, Planned Underground Gas Storage Capacity (MMcf) (Contd.3)
Table 35: Europe, Planned Underground Gas Storage Capacity (MMcf) (Contd.4)
Table 36: OAO Gazprom, Key Facts
Table 37: OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis
Table 38: RWE AG, Key Facts
Table 39: RWE AG, SWOT Analysis
Table 40: Centrica plc, Key Facts
Table 41: Centrica plc, SWOT Analysis
Table 42: North Sea Group Plans To Merge With Argos Oil
Table 43: InfraStrata And Moyle Energy Investments To Sell Equity Interest In Islandmagee Storage
Table 44: Eni Plans To Sell Stake In Snam Rete Gas
Table 45: Hungary Government Acquires 21% Stake In MOL
Table 46: Novatek Completes Acquisition Of Remaining 25.1% Interest In Yamal LNG For $526 Million
Table 47: Haddington Ventures To Acquire Continental Gas Storage
Table 48: InfraStrata Completes Private Placement Of $4.9 Million
Table 49: Infrastrata Completes Private Placement For $1.4 Million
Table 50: GDF SUEZ Completes Public Offering Of 5% Bonds Due 2060 For $641 Million
Table 51: Enel Completes Private Placement Of 4.625% Bonds Due 2015 For $1,734.4 Million
Table 52: Enel Completes Private Placement Of 5.75% Bonds Due 2018 For $1,387.5 Million
Table 53: Eni Completes Public Offering Of Bonds Due 2017 For $1,469.6 Million
Table 54: Eni Completes Public Offering Of Bonds Due 2017 For $287.24 Million
Table 55: Enel To Issue Bonds In A Private Placement For Up To $7 Billion
Table 56: GDF SUEZ Completes Public Offering Of 1.5% Bonds Due 2017 For $333 Million
Table 57: Scottish and Southern Energy Prices Public Offering Of 4.25% Bonds Due 2021 For $422 Million
Table 58: Energie Beheer Nederland Prices Public Offering Of 1.625% Bonds Due 2023 For $190.6 Million
Table 59: Energie Beheer Nederland Prices Public Offering Of 0.75% Bonds Due 2016 For $444.7 Million
Table 60: EnBW Energie Baden-Wurttemberg Prices Public Offering Of 7.375% Bonds Due 2072 For $1,041.27 Million
Table 61: GDF SUEZ Acquires Interest In Underground Natural Gas Storage Facilities In Germany

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Europe Underground Gas Storage Capacity, Country-wise (MMcf), 2011
Figure 2: Europe Underground Gas Storage Capacity, Company-wise (MMcf), 2011
 
Companies Mentioned
OAO Gazprom
RWE AG
Centrica plc
 
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