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Russian Federation Gas Markets Investment Opportunities, Market Analysis and Forecasts to 2020

  • ID: 898097
  • May 2009
  • Region: Russia
  • 171 pages
  • GlobalData

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • LUKOIL Oil Company
  • OAO Gazprom
  • OJSC Surgutneftegas
  • MORE

Russian Federation Gas Markets Investment Opportunities, Market 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 the gas industry in Russian Federation. It details the market structure, regulatory environment, infrastructure and provides historical and forecasted statistics relating to the supply/demand balance for the industry. It also provides information relating to the gas assets (gas fields, pipelines, LNG terminals and underground gas storage facilities) in Russian Federation. The report also analyses the fiscal regime relevant to the gas assets in Russian Federation and compares the investment environment in Russian Federation with other countries in the region. The profiles of the major companies operating in the gas sector in Russian Federation 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 the gas industry for the period 1995-2020.
- Historical and forecast data and information for all the READ MORE >

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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • LUKOIL Oil Company
  • OAO Gazprom
  • OJSC Surgutneftegas
  • MORE

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1.1 List of Tables 9
1.2 List of Figures 12
2 Russia Energy Sector 13
2.1 Russia Energy Sector, Market Overview 13
2.2 Russia Energy Sector, Natural Gas 14
2.2.1 Russia Natural Gas, Overview 14
2.2.2 Russia Natural Gas, Supply and Demand Balance 14
2.2.3 Russia Natural Gas, Regulatory Structure 20
2.2.4 Russia Natural Gas, Infrastructure 20
3 Russian Federation Fiscal Regime 22
3.1 Russian Federation Petroleum Fiscal Environment 22
3.2 License Terms 23
3.3 Key Fiscal Terms 24
3.4 Sample Cashflows Calculations 27
4 Russian Federation Gas Upstream Investment Environment Benchmarking 28
4.1 Introduction 28
4.2 The Overall Ranking 28
4.3 Upstream Fiscal Attractiveness 29
4.3.1 Maximum Government Take Index 30
4.3.2 Maximum State Participation 30
4.4 Gas Sector Performance 31
4.4.1 Exploration Activity 33
4.4.2 Gas Production 34
4.4.3 Gas Reserves 34
4.4.4 Gas Consumption 35
4.5 Economic Performance 35
4.5.1 GDP Growth Index 37
4.5.2 FDI Confidence Index 37
4.5.3 Balance of Trade Index 37
4.6 Socio-Political Performance 37
4.6.1 Democracy Index 39
4.6.2 Governance Index 39
5 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector 40
5.1 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Country Snapshot 40
5.1.1 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Key Data 40
5.1.2 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Natural Gas Assets Map 40
5.2 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Marketed Natural Gas Production 41
5.2.1 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Marketed Natural Gas-Historical Production 41
5.2.2 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Natural Gas Production by Assets 42
5.2.3 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Marketed Equity Weighted Natural Gas Production by Company 43
5.2.4 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Market Share (%) based on Marketed Natural Gas Production 45
5.3 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Marketed Natural Gas Forecasts 47
5.3.1 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Marketed Natural Gas Forecasted Production 47
5.3.2 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Gross Revenue Forecast 48
5.3.3 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Government Take Forecast 49
5.3.4 Russian Federation Exploration and Production Sector, Contractor Take Forecast 50
5.4 Russian Federation Exploration And Production Sector, Natural Gas Asset Details 51
5.4.1 Russian Federation Exploration And Production Sector, Active Natural Gas Asset Details 51
5.4.2 Russian Federation Exploration And Production Sector, Planned Natural Gas Asset Details 52
6 Russian Federation Pipeline Sector 53
6.1 Russian Federation Pipeline Sector, Key Data 53
6.2 Russian Federation Pipeline Sector, An Overview 53
6.3 Russian Federation Pipeline Sector, Comparision of Key Natural Gas Pipeline Companies 53
6.4 Russian Federation Pipeline Sector, Natural Gas Pipelines 55
7 Russian Federation LNG Gas Sector 61
7.1 Russian Federation LNG Gas Sector, Liquefaction 61
7.1.1 Russian Federation LNG Gas Sector, Liquefaction, Total Liquefaction Capacity 61
7.1.2 Russian Federation LNG Gas Sector, Liquefaction Capacity- Wise (Million Tonnes) Market Share By Company 62
7.1.3 Russian Federation LNG Gas Sector, Asset- Wise Liquefaction Capacity 63
8 Russian Federation Underground Gas Storage Sector 64
8.1 Russian Federation Underground Gas Storage Sector, Key Data 64
8.2 Russian Federation Underground Gas Storage Sector, An Overview 64
8.3 Russian Federation Underground Gas Storage Sector, Capacity-Wise Market Share by Company 64
8.4 Russian Federation Underground Gas Storage Sector, Storage Capacity 65
9 Profile Of OAO Gazprom 66
9.1 OAO Gazprom, Key Facts 66
9.2 OAO Gazprom, Company Overview 66
9.3 OAO Gazprom, Business Description 66
9.3.1 OAO Gazprom, Business Description, Business Overview 66
9.3.2 OAO Gazprom, Business Description, Gas Distribution 67
9.3.3 OAO Gazprom, Business Description, Gas Production 68
9.3.4 OAO Gazprom, Business Description, Transportation 69
9.3.5 OAO Gazprom, Business Description, Other Activities 70
9.3.6 OAO Gazprom, Business Description, Production of Crude Oil and Gas Condensate 70
9.3.7 OAO Gazprom, Business Description, Refining 71
9.4 OAO Gazprom, Value Chain Analysis 73
9.4.1 OAO Gazprom, Value Chain Analysis, Upstream 74
9.4.2 OAO Gazprom, Value Chain Analysis, Midstream 74
9.4.3 OAO Gazprom, Value Chain Analysis, Downstream 75
9.5 OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis 76
9.5.1 OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis, Overview 76
9.5.2 OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis, Strengths 76
9.5.3 OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis, Weaknesses 78
9.5.4 OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis, Opportunities 78
9.5.5 OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis, Threats 79
9.6 OAO Gazprom, Revenue Analysis 80
9.6.1 OAO Gazprom, Revenue by Segment 80
9.7 OAO Gazprom, Financial and Operational Review 81
9.7.1 Financial Statements 81
9.7.2 Financial Ratios 82
10 Profile of OJSC Surgutneftegas 83
10.1 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Key Information 83
10.2 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Company Overview 83
10.3 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Business Description 83
10.3.1 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Business Description, Business Overview 83
10.3.2 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Business Description, Oil and Gas Exploration 84
10.3.3 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Business Description, Oil and Gas Production 85
10.3.4 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Business Description, Oil Refining and Gas Processing 86
10.3.5 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Business Description, Power Generation 87
10.3.6 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Business Description, Sales of Petroleum Products 88
10.4 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Value Chain Analysis 90
10.4.1 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Value Chain Analysis, Upstream 90
10.4.2 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Value Chain Analysis, Midstream 91
10.4.3 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Value Chain Analysis, Downstream 91
10.4.4 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Value Chain Analysis, Retail 92
10.5 OJSC Surgutneftegas, SWOT Analysis 93
10.5.1 OJSC Surgutneftegas, SWOT Analysis, Overview 93
10.5.2 OJSC Surgutneftegas, SWOT Analysis, Strengths 93
10.5.3 OJSC Surgutneftegas, SWOT Analysis, Weaknesses 94
10.5.4 OJSC Surgutneftegas, SWOT Analysis, Opportunities 95
10.5.5 OJSC Surgutneftegas, SWOT Analysis, Threats 96
10.6 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Revenue Analysis 97
10.6.1 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Revenue by Segment 97
10.7 OJSC Surgutneftegas, Financial and Operational Review 97
10.7.1 Financial Statements 97
10.7.2 Financial Ratios 98
11 Profile of LUKOIL Oil Company 99
11.1 LUKOIL Oil Company, Key Information 99
11.2 LUKOIL Oil Company, Company Overview 99
11.3 LUKOIL Oil Company, Business Description 99
11.3.1 LUKOIL Oil Company, Business Description, Business Overview 99
11.3.2 LUKOIL Oil Company, Business Description, Chemicals 100
11.3.3 LUKOIL Oil Company, Business Description, Exploration and Production 100
11.3.4 LUKOIL Oil Company, Business Description, Refining Marketing and Distribution 102
11.3.5 LUKOIL Oil Company, Business Description, Major Products and Services 103
11.4 LUKOIL Oil Company, Value Chain Analysis 104
11.4.1 LUKOIL Oil Company, Value Chain Analysis, Upstream 105
11.4.2 LUKOIL Oil Company, Value Chain Analysis, Midstream 106
11.4.3 LUKOIL Oil Company, Value Chain Analysis, Downstream 106
11.4.4 LUKOIL Oil Company, Value Chain Analysis, Retail 107
11.5 LUKOIL Oil Company, SWOT Analysis 108
11.5.1 LUKOIL Oil Company, SWOT Analysis, Overview 108
11.5.2 LUKOIL Oil Company, SWOT Analysis, Strengths 108
11.5.3 LUKOIL Oil Company, SWOT Analysis, Weaknesses 110
11.5.4 LUKOIL Oil Company, SWOT Analysis, Opportunities 110
11.5.5 LUKOIL Oil Company, SWOT Analysis, Threats 111
11.6 LUKOIL Oil Company, Revenue Analysis 112
11.6.1 LUKOIL Oil Company, Revenue by Segment 112
11.6.2 LUKOIL Oil Company, Revenue by Geography 113
11.7 LUKOIL Oil Company, Financial and Operational Review 114
11.7.1 Financial Statements 114
11.7.2 Financial Ratios 115
12 Financial Deals Landscape 116
12.1 Detailed Deal Summary 116
12.1.1 Rumored Deals 116
12.1.2 Acquisition 117
12.1.3 Debt Offerings 129
12.1.4 Partnerships 132
12.1.5 Asset Transactions 139
13 Recent Developments 146
13.1 License Awards 146
13.1.1 Feb 25, 2009: Lundin Petroleum Receives Lagansky Block Licence Extension From Rosnedra 146
13.1.2 Feb 06, 2009: Moravske naftove Files Application To Build Refinery At The Territory Of Primorsk Port 146
13.1.3 Jan 05, 2009: Matra Receives Approval For Revised Well Schedule 147
13.2 Strategy and Business Expansion 147
13.2.1 Mar 08, 2009: Petros, Nuansa Group Sign MoU For Oil Extraction Technologies 147
13.2.2 Mar 03, 2009: Gazprom In Talks With Repsol For Yamal Field Development 147
13.2.3 Mar 03, 2009: Gazprom And Gas Natural Sign MoU 148
13.2.4 Feb 20, 2009: TNK-BP Studies Opportunities For Business Expansion Outside Russia 148
13.2.5 Feb 16, 2009: Gazprom And YPFB Sign Supplement To MoU 148
13.2.6 Jan 28, 2009: Gazprom Considers Plan To Rise Capacity Of South Stream Pipeline 149
13.2.7 Jan 23, 2009: Russian Group Sings MoU With Cubapetroleo 150
13.2.8 Jan 19, 2009: Vega And RNGG Search For Strategic Partner To Develop Rostov Licenses 150
13.3 Financial Announcements 151
13.3.1 Mar 04, 2009: Rosneft Oil Reports 2008 Results 151
13.3.2 Dec 30, 2008: Gazprom Declares H1 2008 Results 153
13.4 Other Significant Developments 154
13.4.1 Mar 30, 2009: Volga Gas Updates On Its Drilling Activity In Karpenskiy License Area, Russia 154
13.4.2 Mar 25, 2009: Gazprom Sees Enis Support To Construct New Gas Links To Bypass Ukraine 155
13.4.3 Mar 25, 2009: TNK-BP To Invest $29 Million In Exploration Activities 156
13.4.4 Mar 25, 2009: Russia, Turkmenistan To Ink Agreements On Gas Production And Transportation 157
13.4.5 Mar 19, 2009: Bulgaria Plans To Speed Up Work On Belene Power Plant And South Stream Gas Pipeline 157
13.4.6 Mar 19, 2009: TNK-BP Appoints New Executive Director 158
13.4.7 Mar 16, 2009: Iran, Russia To Develop Cooperation In Oil And Gas Sectors 159
13.4.8 Mar 16, 2009: Venezuela Closes Deal For Russian Companies Exploring Oil In Orinoco Belt 160
13.4.9 Mar 15, 2009: Russia, OPEC Line Up To Elevate Oil Prices 160
13.4.10 Mar 12, 2009: Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan To Proceed With New Caspian Sea Gas Pipeline 161
13.4.11 Mar 04, 2009: Russia Stops Oil Supplies To Novorossiisk After Pipeline Leak 161
13.4.12 Mar 02, 2009: TNK-BP To Invest $250 Million In Development Of Kamennoe Field 162
13.4.13 Mar 02, 2009: Russian Gas Output Drops In February 2009 162
13.4.14 Feb 25, 2009: OVLs Sakhalin-1 Project Faces Obstacles 163
13.4.15 Feb 25, 2009: Russia To Build Second Far East LNG Plant 164
13.5 New Contracts Announcements 164
13.5.1 Mar 04, 2009: Sakhalin Energy Signs SPA With Osaka Gas For LNG Supply 164
13.5.2 Sep 09, 2008: Yokogawa Signs Contract With Taneco For Refinery And Petrochemical Complex, Tatarstan 165
14 Appendix 167
14.1 Methodology 167
14.1.1 Coverage 167
14.1.2 Secondary Research 168
14.1.3 Primary Research 168
14.1.4 E&P Forecasts 169
14.1.5 Midstream Forecasts 170
14.1.6 Expert Panel Validation 170
The data and analysis within this report is driven by Energy Etrack 171
14.2 Contact Us 171
14.3 About Us 171
14.4 Disclaimer 171

Executive Summary

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Russia, Historical and Forecasted Production and Consumption of Natural Gas, 1996-2020 15
Table 2: Russia, Historical and Forecasted Imports and Exports of Natural Gas, 1996-2020 17
Table 3: Russia, Historical Reserves of Natural Gas, 1996-2008. 19
Table 4: Russia Natural Gas, Pipelines 21
Table 5: Russia, Crude Oil And Natural Gas, Fees For Use Of Subsoil, 2007 24
Table 6: Former Soviet Union, Investment Benchmarking, Overall Country Rankings, 2008 28
Table 7: Former Soviet Union, Investment Benchmarking, Upstream Fiscal Attractiveness, 2008 29
Table 8: Former Soviet Union, Investment Benchmarking, Gas Sector Performance, 2008 31
Table 9: Former Soviet Union, Investment Benchmarking, Economic Performance, 2008 35
Table 10: Former Soviet Union, Country Standings, Economic Performance, 2008 36
Table 11: Former Soviet Union, Investment Benchmarking, Socio-Political Performance, 2008 38
Table 12: Former Soviet Union, Country Standings, Socio-Political Performance, 2008 38
Table 13: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Key Statistics, 2008 40
Table 14: Russian Federation, Total Marketed Natural Gas Production (MMcf), 2001-2008 41
Table 15: Russian Federation, Marketed Natural Gas Production (MMcf), by Assets, 2001-2008 42
Table 16: Russian Federation, Marketed Equity Weighted Natural Gas Production (MMcf), by Company, 2001-2008 43
Table 17: Russian Federation, Market Share (%) based on Marketed Natural Gas Production, 2001-2008 45
Table 18: Russian Federation, Marketed Natural Gas Production(MMcf), Forecast by Assets, 2009-2014 47
Table 19: Russian Federation, Forecasted Assets-wise Gross Revenue(000$), 2009-2014 48
Table 20: Russian Federation, Projected Assets-wise Total Government Take (000$), 2009-2014 49
Table 21: Russian Federation, Projected Assets-wise Total Contractor Take (000$), 2009-2014 50
Table 22: Russian Federation, Active Gas Field Assets Details 51
Table 23: Russian Federation, Planned Gas Field Assets Details 52
Table 24: Russian Federation, Pipeline Key Statistics, 2008 53
Table 25: Russian Federation , Natural Gas Pipeline Length by Company (Km), 2008 53
Table 26: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2008 55
Table 27: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2008 (contd.) 56
Table 28: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2008 (contd.) 57
Table 29: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2008 (contd.) 58
Table 30: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2008 (contd.) 59
Table 31: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2008 (contd.) 60
Table 32: Russian Federation Total Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tonnes), 2000-2015 61
Table 33: Russian Federation Total Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tonnes), 2000-2015 61
Table 34: Russian Federation Liquefaction Capacity, Company- Wise (Million Tonnes), 2000-2015 62
Table 35: Russian Federation Liquefaction Capacity, Company- Wise (Million Tonnes), 2000-2015 62
Table 36: Europe, Liquefaction Capacity in Russian Federation (Million Tonnes), 2000-2015 63
Table 37: Russian Federation, Underground Gas Storage Key Statistics, 2008 64
Table 38: Russian Federation, Underground Gas Storage Capacity, Company-wise, 2008 64
Table 39: The Russian Federation, Underground Gas Storage Capacity, 2008 65
Table 40: OAO Gazprom, Key Facts 66
Table 41: OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis 76
Table 42: OAO Gazprom, Revenue by Segment, Russian Rouble Million, 2003-2007 80
Table 43: OAO Gazprom, Financial Statements, Russian Rouble Million, 2003-2007 81
Table 44: OAO Gazprom, Financial Ratios, Russian Rouble Million, 2003-2007 82
Table 45: OJSC Surgutneftegas, Key Facts 83
Table 46: OJSC Surgutneftegas, SWOT Analysis 93
Table 47: OJSC Surgutneftegas, Revenue by Segment, Russian Rouble Million, 2003-2007 97
Table 48: OJSC Surgutneftegas, Financial Statements, Russian Rouble Million, 2003-2007 97
Table 49: OJSC Surgutneftegas, Financial Ratios, Russian Rouble Million, 2003-2007 98
Table 50: LUKOIL Oil Company, Key Facts 99
Table 51: LUKOIL Oil Company, SWOT Analysis 108
Table 52: LUKOIL Oil Company, Revenue by Segment, USD Million, 2003-2007 113
Table 53: LUKOIL Oil Company, Revenue by Geography, USD Million, 2003-2007 113
Table 54: LUKOIL Oil Company, Financial Statements, USD Million, 2003-2007 114
Table 55: LUKOIL Oil Company, Financial Ratios, USD Million, 2003-2007 115
Table 56: Gazprom OAO To Acquire 5.1% Stake In Severenergia 116
Table 57: Sistema To Acquire Controlling Stakes In Bashkir Oil and Energy 117
Table 58: Crown Oil and Gas To Acquire Langford Worldwide From Boshoff Holdings 118
Table 59: Urals Energy Completes Sale Of ZAO Chepetskoye For $5.2 Million 119
Table 60: Sibir Energy Acquires 50% Stake In OAO Korimos 120
Table 61: Sibir Energy Completes The Acquisition Of OAO Avtocard 121
Table 62: Urals Energy Public Company Sells CNPSEI 122
Table 63: Sibir Energy Acquires Stake In Mosnefteprodukt From Richard Enterprises 123
Table 64: BP To Sell 6.6% Stake In Caspian Pipeline To Lukoil And KazMunaiGas 124
Table 65: MASS Petroleum To Acquire Uraltransneft And Uralneft 125
Table 66: Oman Sell Its 7% Stake In The Caspian Pipeline 126
Table 67: Gazprom To Acquire 20% Interest In Gazprom Neft 127
Table 68: Gazprom To Acquire 25% Stake In DalTransGas From Rosneft 128
Table 69: Transneft Completes Debt Offering Of $600 Million 129
Table 70: Transneft Completes Private Placement Of $1,050 Million 130
Table 71: Gazprom Neft Announces Debt Offering 131
Table 72: Petrovietnam Plans To Form A Joint Venture With Gazprom 132
Table 73: Vega Resources To Form Partnership To Develop Its Rostov Licences 133
Table 74: Korea National Oil To Enter Into Partnership With Rosneft 134
Table 75: Gazprom And Petrovietnam Form Joint Venture 135
Table 76: Gazprom And Nigerian National Petroleum To Form Joint Venture 136
Table 77: Petroneft And Arawak Energy Enter Into Partnership 137
Table 78: Naftogaz To Form Joint Venture With Gazprom 138
Table 79: PrimeGen Energy To Acquire Oil & Gas Properties In Russia From Seneko Holdings 139
Table 80: Gazprom Acquires Additional 75% Stake In Yamal LNG 140
Table 81: Urals Energy To Sell Dulisma And Taas Yuriakh TO Sberbank Capital 141
Table 82: Urals Energy Public Company Sells Its Non-Core Assets 142
Table 83: E.ON To Acquire Intetrest In Yuzhno Russkoye From Gazprom 143
Table 84: Transmeridian Exploration Acquires New Interests In Russia 144
Table 85: Wanderport To Acquire Interest In Major Oil Property 145

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