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Germany Oil and Gas Markets Investment Opportunities, Analysis and Forecasts to 2020 Product Image

Germany Oil and Gas Markets Investment Opportunities, Analysis and Forecasts to 2020

  • Published: December 2008
  • Region: Germany
  • 84 pages
  • Global Markets Direct

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • ExxonMobil Corporation,
  • Maersk
  • OMV Aktiengesellschaf,
  • RWE Group,
  • Wintershall AG,
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Germany Oil and Gas Markets Investment Opportunities, Analysis and Forecasts to 2020

Summary

This profile is the essential source for top-level energy industry data and information. The report provides an overview of each of the key sub-segments of the energy industry in Germany. It details the market structure, regulatory environment, infrastructure and provides historical and forecasted statistics relating to the supply/demand balance for each of the key sub-segments. It also provides information relating to the oil and gas assets (oil and gas fields, exploration blocks, refineries, pipelines, LNG terminals and storage terminals) in Germany. The report also analyses the fiscal regime relevant to the oil and gas assets in Germany and compares the investment environment in Germany with other countries in the region. The profiles of the major companies operating in the oil and gas sector in Germany together with the latest news and deals are also included in the report.

Scope

- Historic and forecast data relating to production, consumption, imports, exports and reserves are provided for each industry sub-segment for the period 1995-2020.
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1.1 List of Tables 6
1.2 List of Figures 7
2 Introduction 8
2.1 What Is This Report About? 8
2.2 How To Use This Report 8
2.3 Market Definition 9
3 Executive Summary 10
3.1 Germany: An Attractive Market for Oil and Gas Suppliers 10
3.2 Escalating Imports: A Major Concern 10
3.3 Upstream Sector: Stagnant Activities Owing To Unattractive Fiscal Terms 10
3.4 Strong Infrastructure and Ideal Geographic Location Contribute In Creating An Energy Hub 11
3.5 Germany: Developing Alternative Energy to Meet Huge Energy Demand 11
4 Germany Energy Sector 12
4.1 Germany Energy Sector, Market Overview 12
4.2 Germany Energy Sector, Crude Oil 13
4.2.1 Germany Crude Oil, Overview 13
4.2.2 Germany Crude Oil, Supply and Demand Balance 13
4.2.3 Germany Crude Oil, Regulatory Structure 19
4.2.4 Germany Crude Oil, Infrastructure 19
4.3 Germany Energy Sector, Natural Gas 20
4.3.1 Germany Natural Gas, Overview 20
4.3.2 Germany Natural Gas, Supply and Demand Balance 20
4.3.3 Germany Natural Gas, Regulatory Structure 26
4.3.4 Germany Natural Gas, Infrastructure 27
4.4 Germany Energy Sector, Coal 28
4.4.1 Germany Coal, Overview 28
4.4.2 Germany Coal, Supply and Demand Balance 28
4.4.3 Germany Coal, Regulatory Structure 32
4.4.4 Germany Coal, Infrastructure 32
4.5 Germany Energy Sector, Electricity 33
4.5.1 Germany Electricity, Overview 33
4.5.2 Germany Electricity, Supply and Demand Balance 35
4.5.3 Germany Electricity, Regulatory Structure 41
4.5.4 Germany Electricity, Infrastructure 42
5 Germany Fiscal Regime 43
5.1 Germany Petroleum Fiscal Environment 43
5.2 License Terms 43
5.3 Key Fiscal Terms 44
5.4 Sample Cashflows Calculations 46
6 Germany Upstream Investment Environment Benchmarking 47
6.1 Introduction 47
6.2 The Overall Ranking 47
6.3 Upstream Fiscal Attractiveness 48
6.3.1 Maximum Government Take Index 49
6.3.2 Maximum State Participation 49
6.4 Oil and Gas Sector Performance 50
6.4.1 Exploration Activity 52
6.4.2 Oil and Gas Production 53
6.4.3 Oil and Gas Reserves 54
6.4.4 Consumption 54
6.4.5 Refining Capacity 54
6.5 Economic Performance 55
6.5.1 GDP Growth Index 56
6.5.2 FDI Confidence Index 56
6.5.3 Balance of Trade Index 57
6.6 Socio-Political Performance 58
7 Germany Exploration And Production Sector 60
7.1 Germany, Country Snapshot 60
7.1.1 Germany, Key Data 60
7.1.2 Germany, Exploration and Production Assets Map 61
7.1.3 Germany, Crude Oil & Natural Gas Reserves 62
7.2 Germany, Crude Oil And Natural Gas Production 64
7.2.1 Germany, Historical Crude Oil Production 64
7.2.2 Germany, Historical Natural Gas Production 65
7.2.3 Germany, Crude Oil Production by Company 67
7.2.4 Germany, Natural Gas Production by Company 67
7.3 Germany, Crude Oil And Natural Gas Forecasts 68
7.3.1 Germany, Forecasted Crude Oil Production 68
7.3.2 Germany, Forecasted Natural Gas Production 68
7.4 Germany, Exploration Block Details 69
7.4.1 Germany, Total Number of Active Exploration Blocks 69
7.4.2 Germany, Total Number of Active Exploration Blocks by Company 70
8 Germany Midstream & Refining Sector 71
8.1 Germany Refining Sector, Overview 71
8.1.1 Germany Refining Sector, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity 72
8.1.2 Germany Refining Sector, Coking Capacity 73
8.1.3 Germany Refining Sector, Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity 73
8.1.4 Germany Refining Sector, Hydrocracking Capacity 74
8.2 Germany Pipeline Sector, Overview 74
8.2.1 Germany Pipeline Sector, Crude Oil Pipelines 75
8.2.2 Germany Pipeline Sector, Petroleum Product Pipelines 76
8.2.3 Germany Pipeline Sector, Natural Gas Pipelines 78
9 Appendix 79
9.1 Methodology 79
9.1.1 Coverage 79
9.1.2 Secondary Research 80
9.1.3 Primary Research 80
9.1.4 Forecasts 81
9.1.5 Expert Panel Validation 83
9.2 Definitions 83
9.3 Unit of Measure 84
9.4 Contact Us 84
9.5 About us84
9.6 Disclaimer 84

Executive Summary

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Germany, Energy Sector Break-Up, 2007 12
Figure 2: Germany, Crude Oil Production And Consumption, Thousand Barrels Per Day, 1996-2020 15
Figure 3: Germany, Crude Oil Imports And Exports, Thousand Barrels Per Day, 1996-2020 17
Figure 4: Germany, Crude Oil Reserves, Million Barrels, 1996-2020 19
Figure 5: Germany, Natural Gas Production And Consumption, Billion Cubic Feet, 1996-2020 22
Figure 6: Germany, Natural Gas Imports And Exports, Billion Cubic Feet, 1996-2020 24
Figure 7: Germany, Natural Gas Reserves, Billion Cubic Feet, 1996-2020 26
Figure 8: Germany, Coal Production And Consumption, Million Tons, 1996-2020 30
Figure 9: Germany, Coal Imports And Exports, Million Tons, 1996-2020 32
Figure 10: Germany, Electricity Production by Fuel Type, 2007 34
Figure 11: Germany, Electricity Consumption by End User, 2007 35
Figure 12: Germany, Electricity Generation Capacity, Megawatt, 1996-2020 37
Figure 13: Germany, Electricity Generation And Consumption, Billion Kilowatt Hours, 1996-2020 39
Figure 14: Germany, Electricity Imports And Exports, Billion Kilowatt Hours, 1996-2020 41
Figure 15: Germany, Upstream Oil & Gas Fiscal Regime (Royalty/Tax), Sample Cashflows, 2005-2016 46
Figure 16: Western Europe, Country Standings, Upstream Fiscal Attractiveness, April 2008 49
Figure 17: Western Europe, Country Standings, Oil and Gas Sector Performance, April 2008 51
Figure 18: Western Europe, Country Standings, Oil and Gas Sector Performance, April 2008 (Contd.) 52
Figure 19: Western Europe, Country Standings, Exploration Blocks Awarded, April 2008 53
Figure 20: Western Europe, Country Standings, Economic Performance, April 2008 56
Figure 21: Western Europe, Country Standings, Socio-Political Performance, April 2008 59
Figure 22: Germany, Exploration and Production Assets Map, April 2008 61
Figure 23: Germany, Total Crude Oil and Natural Gas Reserves (MMBOE), 2000-2012 62
Figure 24: Germany, Total Crude Oil Production (MMBBLs), 2000-2007 64
Figure 25: Germany, Total Natural Gas Production (BCF), 2000-2007 65
Figure 26: Germany, Total Number of Active Exploration Blocks, 2000-2007 69
Figure 27: Global Markets Direct Methodology 79

Wintershall AG,
ExxonMobil Corporation,
RWE Group,
OMV Aktiengesellschaf,
Maersk

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