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Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure Outlook 2013

  • ID: 2383226
  • January 2013
  • 49 pages
  • GlobalData

Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure Outlook 2013

Summary

“Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure Outlook 2013” is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialist, which analyzes the global oil and gas industry. The report contains a detailed analysis of the current and future capital expenditure of the various types of oil and gas companies – national oil companies, and integrated and independent oil and gas companies. It also provides a detailed analysis and information on the capital expenditure across the entire oil and gas value chain globally. Detailed information on oil and gas capital expenditure across various regions - North America, South and Central America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa - is also provided. The report also covers the planned oil and gas projects in upstream, refining, pipeline, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and petrochemicals. The report has been prepared using data and information sourced from company reports, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by Our team of industry experts.

Scope

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1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Introduction
2.1 Overview
2.2 GlobalData Report Guidance
3 Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure to Increase to US$1.2 Trillion in 2013
3.1 Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure is Expected to Increase by 15.9% in 2013 when Compared to 2012
3.2 National Oil Companies are expected to Account for more than half of the Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure in 2013
3.3 Global Onshore E&P Capex will Continue to be Higher than Global Offshore E&P Capex in 2013
3.4 E&P will Continue to Account for the Majority of the M&A and Asset Transaction Activity in the Oil and Gas Industry for 2013
4 Capital Expenditure by Oil and Gas Sector
4.1 The Global E&P Sector Capex is Expected to Witness a Year-over-Year Growth of 18.7% in 2013
4.2 Global Midstream and Downstream Capex is Expected to Witness a Year-over-Year Growth of 9.5% in 2013
5 Capital Expenditure by Region
5.1 North American Capex is Expected to Witness a Year-over-Year Growth of 16.7% in 2013
5.2 The E&P Segment is Expected to Account for 55.5% in Total Oil and Gas Capex in Asia-Pacific for 2013
5.3 Oil and Gas Capex of the Middle East and Africa will Witness a Year-over-Year Increase of US$37.0 Billion in 2013
5.4 The Oil and Gas Capex of Europe is Expected to Increase by US$19.1 Billion from 2012 to 2013
5.5 The Oil and Gas Capex of South and Central America is Expected to Witness a Year-over-Year Growth of 15.0% in 2013
6 Oil and Gas Companies - Capital Expenditure
6.1 National Oil Companies
6.2 Integrated Companies
6.3 Independent Oil Companies
7 Major Planned Oil and Gas Projects in 2012
7.1 Kashagan and Fort Hills are Among the Major, Planned Upstream Projects
7.1.1 Kashagan is a Large, Complex and Capital Intensive Oil Production Project in Caspian Sea
7.1.2 Fort Hills is a Major Oil Sands Project in Athabasca, Canada
7.1.3 Egina Field is Expected to Start Production in 2018
7.1.4 St. Malo Field is a Major Planned Conventional Oil and Gas Production Field in Central Gulf of Mexico
7.1.5 Sapinhoá is Major Pre-salt Planned Production Field in Santos Basin, Offshore Brazil
7.2 Nhon Hoi Refinery in Vietnam is One of the Largest Capital-Intensive Planned Refineries in the World
7.3 Alaska Gas Pipeline Project (Main Line) is One of the Largest Capital-intensive Planned Transmission Pipeline Projects in the World
7.4 Australia is Poised to Substantially Increase its LNG Liquefaction Capacity through Several Capital-intensive Projects
7.5 Petrochemical Projects
7.5.1 China and India hold Majority of the Planned Polypropylene Projects globally
7.5.2 Polyethylene Projects
8 Factors Influencing Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure in 2013
8.1 Consistently High Global Crude Oil Prices will Drive the Capex of Oil Companies in 2013
8.2 Increasing Global Oil and Gas Demand is Driving the Capex of Oil and Gas Companies in 2013
8.3 Increasing Upstream Activities of IOCs, NOCs and Independent E&P Companies will Drive 2013 Capex of Oil and Gas Industry
8.4 Increasing Offshore E&P Activities will Fuel the Global Oil and Gas Capex in 2013
9 Appendix
9.1 Market Definition
9.2 Abbreviations
9.3 Sources
9.4 Methodology
9.4.1 Coverage
9.4.2 Secondary Research
9.4.3 Primary Research
9.5 Contact Us
9.6 Disclaimer

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Capital Expenditure (US$bn), 2008-2013
Table 2: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Capital Expenditure by Region (US$bn), 2008-2013
Table 3: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Capital Expenditure by Company Type and Growth Rate (US$bn, %), 2013
Table 4: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Capex by Company Type (US$bn), 2008-2013
Table 5: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Offshore and Onshore E&P Capex (US$bn), 2008-2013
Table 6: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Onshore and Offshore E&P Capex (US$bn), 2013
Table 7: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Number of Deals by Segment, Q1 2011-Q3 2012
Table 8: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Deal Value by Segment (US$MM), Q1 2011-Q3 2012
Table 9: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Select Major Deals in terms of Value (US$MM), Q1 2011-Q3 2012
Table 10: Global E&P Industry, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Table 11: Global Midstream and Downstream Industry, Capital Expenditure (US$bn,%), 2008-2013
Table 12: Oil and Gas Industry, North America, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Table 13: Oil and Gas Industry, Asia-Pacific, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Table 14: Oil and Gas Industry, The Middle East and Africa, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Table 15: Oil and Gas Industry, Europe, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Table 16: Oil and Gas Industry, South and Central America, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Table 17: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Total Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure by Company Type (US$bn), 2008-2013
Table 18: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Total Capital Expenditure of Select National Oil Companies (US$MM), 2008-2013
Table 19: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Total Capital Expenditure of Select Integrated Oil Companies (US$MM), 2008-2013
Table 20: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Total Capital Expenditure of Select Independent Oil Companies (US$MM), 2008-2013
Table 21: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Major Planned Refining Projects in terms of Capex (US$MM), 2012
Table 22: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Major Planned Transmission Pipeline Projects in terms of Capex (US$MM), 2012
Table 23: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Major Planned LNG Liquefaction Projects in terms of Capex (US$MM), 2012
Table 24: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Major Planned LNG Regasification Projects in terms of Capex (US$MM), 2012
Table 25: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Planned Polypropylene Projects, 2013 Startup
Table 26: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Planned Polyethylene Projects, 2013 Startup

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Capital Expenditure (US$bn), 2008-2013
Figure 2: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Capital Expenditure by Region (US$bn), 2008-2013
Figure 3: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Capital Expenditure by Company Type (US$bn), 2013
Figure 4: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Capital Expenditure by Company Type and Growth Rate (US$bn, %), 2013
Figure 5: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Capex by Company Type (US$bn), 2008-2013
Figure 6: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Offshore and Onshore E&P Capex by Region (US$bn), 2008-2013
Figure 7: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Number of Deals and Deal Value by Segment (US$MM), Q1 2011-Q3 2012
Figure 8: Global E&P Industry, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Figure 9: Global Midstream and Downstream Industry, Capital Expenditure (US$bn,%), 2008-2013
Figure 10: Oil and Gas Industry, North America, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Figure 11: Oil and Gas Industry, Asia-Pacific, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Figure 12: Oil and Gas Industry, The Middle East and Africa, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Figure 13: Oil and Gas Industry, Europe, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Figure 14: Oil and Gas Industry, South and Central America, Capital Expenditure (US$bn, %), 2008-2013
Figure 15: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Total Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure by Company Type (US$bn), 2008-2013
Figure 16: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Total Planned Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure by Select Companies (US$MM), 2013
Figure 17: Petrobras, Planned Investments by Segment (%), 2012-2016
Figure 18: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Total Capital Expenditure of Select National Oil Companies (US$MM), 2008-2013
Figure 19: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Total Capital Expenditure of Select Integrated Oil Companies, (US$MM), 2008-2013
Figure 20: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Total Capital Expenditure of Select Independent Oil Companies (US$MM), 2008-2013
Figure 21: Oil and Gas Industry, Kazakhstan, Location of Kashagan Field, 2012
Figure 22: Oil Sands Industry, Canada, Location of Fort Hills Project and Voyageur Upgrader, 2012
Figure 23: Oil and Gas Industry, West Africa, Location of Egina Field, 2011
Figure 24: Oil and Gas Industry, Gulf of Mexico, Location of the St. Malo Field, 2012
Figure 25: Oil and Gas Industry, Global, Average Crude Oil Prices of WTI, Brent and OPEC (US$), January to November 2012
Figure 26: Oil and Natural Gas Industry, Global, Projected Liquids- and Natural Gas Demand (mmtoe), 2010-2030

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