Global Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook, 2013 - Details of All Active and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines
- Language: English
- Published: May 2013
- Region: Global
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Now in its 4th edition, The World Onshore Pipelines Market Forecast 2013-2017 considers the prospects for the onshore pipelines construction business and values the future markets through to 2017 by key component, region, pipeline type and diameter.
Over the past decade, continual increase in energy demand coupled with strong development in the production of unconventionals and LNG has set solid grounds for growth in the onshore pipeline sector. The next five years will see the realisation of a considerable number of ambitious inter-regional projects.
Global expenditure is expected to reach $216 billion over the next five years, increasing by 12% compared to the previous five year period with over 270 thousand kilometers of pipelines expected to be installed. Major investment will be in pipe construction services (47%) and line pipe (27%).
Increasing gasification is shaping the long term demand profile for pipes. With an anticipated 35% increase in global energy demand over the next twenty years, the role of natural gas is expected to account for 26% of total energy consumption by 2030. This growing demand is also driving an increase in larger diameter pipelines.
Investment in new infrastructure to support LNG and unconventional gas developments will be a major factor shaping future demand for pipelines. Outside the major oil province of the Middle East, gas-related lines accounted for 67% of km installed over the past five years with this figure expected to increase over the 2013-2017 period.
Increased investment in shale gas and oil will drive additional requirements for midstream line pipes in the US and surging Asian energy demand is changing traditional supply flows. Asia will overtake North America as the largest market for onshore pipelines as the region looks to increase imports of oil and gas from neighbouring regions.
Rapid demand growth in Asia is also providing new markets for Russian oil & gas and with traditional importers in the west expected to curb their energy demand, major new interregional projects may be realised during the forecast period, such as the pipeline planned to connect Russia to South Korea.
The New Approach
- Industry consultation – discussions with a wide range of companies including: operators, EPC contractors, equipment manufacturers, engineering consultancies and private equity firms.
- Unique and proprietary data – detailed by project in our in-house databases. Updated year-round from published sources and insight gained from industry consultation.
- Methodology – our forecast is drawn from our in-house databases, which enables the forecasts to be established on a project-by-project basis; taking into account factors such as progress to date, project size, location and any other complications.
- Market forecasts – by region, product (gas & liquid), diameter and key components (line pipe, right-of-way, fittings, pumping & compression stations and construction).
The Report covers all key commercial themes relevant to players across the value chain in the onshore pipeline sector:
- Regional forecasts – Capex within each region, including examples of notable projects and operators within the region and countries with most activity.
- Key drivers – discussion of factors encouraging onshore pipeline market growth including the energy needed for industrialisation in emerging economies, increase in population and GDP per capita, the surge in transportation demand and the move towards gas for power generation.
- Supply chain – detailing key contractors regionally within FEED; line pipe; flow assurance, fittings & components; welding, operations & maintenance.
- Key projects – for each region, detailing the developers, countries involved, product, length, diameter and capacity.
- Cost breakdowns – individual market forecast for line pipe, right-of-way, fittings, pumping & compression stations and construction.
- Technical review – of the project process from pre-FEED, FEED through to engineering, procurement & construction (EPC) and operations & maintenance.
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1 Conclusions and Market Summary
- Market Summary
2 Macro Drivers
- Global Energy Demand & Supply
- Regional Production - Consumption Balances
3 Technical Review
- Project Process
- FEED: Overview
- FEED: Route Selection
- Limitations and Alternative Transport Methods
4 Market Outlook
- Methodology & Limitations
- Global Market: Outlook & Key Trends
- Africa: Outlook & Key Trends
- Africa: Key Pipelines
- Asia: Outlook & Key Trends
- Asia: Key Pipelines
- Australasia: Outlook & Key Trends
- Australasia: Key Pipelines
- Eastern Europe & FSU: Outlook & Key Trends
- Eastern Europe & FSU: Key Pipelines
- Latin America: Outlook & Key Trends
- Latin America: Key Pipelines
- Middle East: Outlook & Key Trends
- Middle East: Key Pipelines
- North America: Outlook & Key Trends
- North America: Key Pipelines
- North America: Key Pipelines
- Western Europe: Outlook & Key Trends
- Western Europe: Key Pipelines
5 Supply Chain
- Supply Chain Map
- Key Contractors: FEED
- Key Contractors: Line Pipe
- Key Contractors: Flow Assurance, Fittings and Components
- Key Contractors: Welding, Operations & Maintenance
- Data and Text Conventions
List of Tables and Figures:
Figure 1: Global Expenditure 2008-2017
Figure 2: Global Kms Installed by Diameter Range Index
Figure 3: Global Energy Consumption by Region (BP & World Bank)
Figure 4: Global Consumption by Energy Sources (BP)
Figure 5: Regional Balance in oil & gas by Region in 2010 and 2030 (mtoe)
Figure 6: US Steel Price, June 2000 - June 2012
Figure 7: FEED Components
Figure 8: GIS Data Sample
Figure 9: GE PipeView Exchange Platform
Figure 10: Main Components of Pipeline Project Facilitation Tool
Figure 11: United States Interstate Natural Gas System Mainline Compressor Stations
Figure 12: Safe Operating Temperatures of 13 Chromium Stainless Steel (function of Sodium Chloride content and partial pressure of CO2)
Figure 13: Limits for 13 Chromium in Sour Service Environment
Figure 14: External Corrosion Direct Assessment Flowchart (Part 1)
Figure 15: External Corrosion Direct Assessment Flowchart (Part 2)
Figure 16: Pipeline Components
Figure 17: Construction Process
Figure 18: GEOPIG.
Figure 19: Onstream Combination Inspection Tool.
Figure 20: Global pipeline length installed annually.
Figure 21: Global Market Outlook by Capex and Length
Figure 22: Annual Installed Length by Product
Figure 23: Market Outlook by Capex and Length in Africa
Figure 24: Annual Installed Length by Product in Africa
Figure 25: Market Outlook by Capex and Length in Asia
Figure 26: Annual Installed Length by Product in Asia
Figure 27: Market Outlook by Capex and Length in Australasia
Figure 28: Annual Installed Length by Product in Australasia
Figure 29: Market Outlook by Capex and Length in Eastern Europe & FSU
Figure 30: Annual Installed Length by Product in Eastern Europe & FSU
Figure 31: Market Outlook by Capex and Length in Latin America
Figure 32: Annual Installed Length by Product in Latin America
Figure 33: Market Outlook by Capex and Length in Middle East
Figure 34: Annual Installed Length by Product in Middle East
Figure 35: Market Outlook by Capex and Length in North America
Figure 36: Annual Installed Length by Product in North America
Figure 37: Market Outlook by Capex and Length in Asia
Figure 38: Annual Installed Length by Product in Western Europe
Table 1: Geographic Information Systems Software Packages
Table 2: General Material Selection for Pipelines in oil & gas Industry
Table 3: Pipeline Materials and their Typical Limitations
Table 4: Materials for Process and Utility Use
Table 5: Guidelines for H2S Limits for Generic CRA Classes
Table 6: Organisations governing Pipeline Materials and the Relevant Codes and Standards
Table 7: Structural Material Selection.
Table 8: Common ASTM Steel Pipe Specifications
Table 9: Pipeline Control Systems
Table 10: DW Product Classification