Malaysia Oil Gas Industry Analysis and Forecast Report (Q1 2016) - Supply, Demand, Investments, Competition and Projects (EP, Refinery, LNG, Storage and Pipelines) to 2025

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  • Region: Malaysia
  • 120 pages
  • OG Analysis
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This country Oil and gas industry report provides comprehensive Insight on upstream, midstream and downstream opportunities, risks, infrastructure, trade and competition. Through integrated research, use of proprietary data and forecast modelling and inputs from industry experts, the report provides complete research on the oil and gas value chain.

The premier report provides analysis of key opportunities and associated challenges facing the oil and gas industry. Amidst several challenges confronting the oil and gas industry including fall in prices, changing market conditions, oil and gas sector risk and shift in competitive landscape, the report provides detailed insights into critical short and long term factors set to shape the outlook.

The research work examines the existing infrastructure (EP, LNG, refinery, storage and pipelines assets), market conditions, investment climate and competitive landscape of upstream, midstream and downstream sectors. Detailed information on fields, blocks, pipelines, refineries, storage assets and LNG terminals along with Asset by asset details of all existing and planned projects across the oil and gas value chain are detailed in the report.

Key trends, strategies and projects being planned by companies, investors and governments are analyzed along with the feasibility of new projects in the oil and gas markets. Further, expected start up, impact of competing assets in other countries and overall industry developments, investments required and other related information on planned projects is provided in detail.

Driven by strong methodology and proprietary databases, reliable projections of oil, gas, petroleum products, coal, and LNG- supply and demand are made to 2025. Detailed outlook of the industry in terms of production forecasts of oil, gas, LNG, LPG, gasoline, diesel, fuel oil along with supporting parameters of primary energy demand, GDP and population are included.

The report also analyzes three key companies in the oil and gas industry. Business operations, SWOT Analysis and financial performance of the companies are provided. All latest developments in the industry along with their possible impact on the industry are included in the report.

Scope

Coverage:
Entire value chain including Fields, blocks, oil, products, chemicals storage, underground gas storage, refineries, LNG and pipelines

Planning and Strategy:
- Supply and Demand Forecasts of oil, gas, LNG, Gasoline, LPG, Diesel, Fuel oil, 2000 to 2025 - Capacity outlook (Asset wise) for Refineries (CDU, Coking, FCC, HCC), LNG (Regas/Liquefaction), Pipelines (Oil, Gas and Products), Storage (Oil, products and chemicals), 2000- 2020 - SWOT Analysis - Benchmark with Peer Countries on four pillars - Drivers, future trends and restraints analysis

Opportunities:
- New projects (Information on investments, current status, routes, owners, construction contracts of Key planned pipelines, planned refineries, new units, expansions and upgrades, exploration blocks on offer, LNG terminals, expansions, new storage facilities)

Infrastructure Analysis:
- Exploration block details, licensing rounds and bidding announcements - Field wise and company wise annual production data for all major oil and gas fields - LNG capacity outlook (2005- 2020), trade imports, utilization rates (2005- 2014), operational and planned terminals (location, start up, operator, ownership and capacity)

Storage:
- Oil and gas storage capacity outlook (2005-2020), tank farm details under operation and planned

Pipelines:
- Crude oil, petroleum product and natural gas pipelines under operation and planned
- CDU, coking, FCC, HCC capacity outlook by refinery (2005- 2020), refineries under operation and implementation (complexity, capacity, location, start up, operator, ownership), refinery expansions

Competitive Landscape:
- Market structure (2015) and Company wise production/ capacity outlook (2005- 2020) for all midstream and downstream sectors - Company wise oil and gas production (Upstream) is provided - Three leading companies’ business profiles

Industry Updates and Recent Developments:
- Market Monitor on entire oil and gas value chain

Reasons to Purchase
- Gain complete market perspective on the country oil and gas value chain
- Evaluate potential opportunities and risks involved in operating and investing in the market
- Drive profitability and growth through reliable information, analysis and detailed outlook statements
- Make optimal decisions by identifying critical factors set to shape the future of your business
- Design successful growth strategies and commercial plans by understanding operations, strategies of leading players
- Stay ahead of your competitors through detailed understanding on current market dynamics
- Gain core insights and peripheral vision through market monitor chapters
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1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 Malaysia Oil and Gas Overview
2.1 Malaysia Hydrocarbons Sector Snapshot
2.2 Malaysia Energy Balance, 2015
2.3 Malaysia Oil and Gas Infrastructure Across Value Chain, 2015
2.4 Malaysia Primary Energy Demand Outlook, 2000- 2025
2.5 Malaysia Primary Energy Mix by Fuel, 2015
2.6 Regulatory, NOC and Licensing Authorities

3 Malaysia Oil and Gas Planning and Strategic Analysis
3.1 Future Trends and Drivers of Malaysia Oil and Gas Markets
3.2 Malaysia Oil and Gas SWOT Analysis
3.3 Malaysia Oil and Gas Environment Benchmarking with Peer Markets

4 Malaysia Oil and Gas Market Outlook and Forecasts
4.1 Malaysia Crude Oil Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.2 Malaysia Natural Gas Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.3 Malaysia LPG Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.4 Malaysia Motor Gasoline Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.5 Malaysia Diesel Oil Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.6 Malaysia Fuel Oil Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.7 Malaysia Crude Oil Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.8 Malaysia Natural Gas Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.9 Malaysia LPG Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.10 Malaysia Motor Gasoline Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.11 Malaysia Diesel Oil Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
4.12 Malaysia Fuel Oil Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025

5 Potential investment opportunities in Malaysia oil and gas sector, 2016-2020
5.1 New developments and future projects in upstream sector
5.2 New developments and future projects in midstream sector
5.3 New developments and future projects in downstream sector

6 Malaysia Economy and PoliticalAnalysis
6.1 Malaysia Geographic Location- Pros and Cons
6.2 Key Economic Indicators
6.3 Malaysia GDP Outlook to 2025
6.4 Malaysia Population Outlook to 2025
6.5 Malaysia Political Scenario, 2016

7 Malaysia oil and gas competitive landscape, 2015
7.1 Malaysia oil production sector – market shares by company, 2013
7.2 Malaysia gas production sector – market shares by company, 2013
7.3 Malaysia LNG sector – market shares by company, 2015
7.4 Malaysia oil, petroleum products and chemicals storage sector – market shares by company, 2015
7.5 Malaysia pipeline sector – market shares by company, 2015
7.6 Malaysia refinery sector – market shares by company, 2015

8 Malaysia Oil and Gas Upstream Market Analysis
8.1 Malaysia Exploration and Production Sector- Proven Oil Reserves
8.2 Malaysia Field wise Crude Oil Production, 2005-2013
8.3 Malaysia Company wise Crude Oil Production, 2005- 2013
8.4 Malaysia Exploration and Production Sector- Proven Gas Reserves
8.5 Malaysia Field wise Natural Gas Production, 2005- 2013
8.6 Malaysia Company wise Natural Gas Production, 2005- 2013
8.7 Malaysia Exploration Block Details
8.8 Malaysia Drilling Rigs Information
8.9 Malaysia Upstream Industry- Market Monitor

9 Malaysia LNG Market Analysis
9.1 Malaysia LNG industry snapshot, 2015
9.2 Malaysia LNG supply/demand outlook, 2002 – 2020
9.3 Malaysia LNG infrastructure analysis
9.3.1 Operational LNG terminals- location, startup, capacity, storage, operator, technology and ownership
9.3.2 Under construction LNG terminals – location, status, startup, capex, companies and technology
9.3.3 Planned LNG terminals - location, status, startup, capex, companies and technology
9.3.4 Proposed/Announced LNG terminals- location, status, startup, capex, companies and technology
9.4 Malaysia terminal wise LNG capacity outlook, 2000-2020
9.5 Malaysia LNG sale purchase agreements(SPA) contract details
9.6 Malaysia contracted LNG capacity outlook, 2000-2020
9.7 Malaysia company wise LNG capacity outlook 2000-2020
9.8 Malaysia LNG Industry- Market Monitor

10 Malaysia RefineryMarket Analysis
10.1 Malaysia refinery market snapshot, 2015
10.2 Malaysia operational refinery details- startup, capacities, location, operators and owners
10.3 Malaysia planned refinery details- status, capex, startup, capacities and companies
10.4 Malaysia Primary refining capacity outlook, 2005-2020
10.5 Malaysia secondary refining capacity outlook, 2005-2020
10.6 Refinery wise CDU(refining) capacity outlook, 2005-2020
10.7 Refinery wise coking capacity outlook, 2005-2020
10.8 Refinery wise fluid catalytic cracking(FCC)capacity outlook, 2005-2020
10.9 Refinery wise Hydro Cracking(HCC) capacity outlook, 2005-2020
10.10 Malaysia petroleum products production, 2015
10.11 Malaysia petroleum products consumption, 2015
10.12 Malaysia refining capacity outlook by company, 2005-2020
10.13 Malaysia refining Industry- Market Monitor

11 Malaysia oil and gas storage market analysis
11.1 Malaysia operational Storage Terminal Details- startup, capacity, tanks, operator and owners
11.2 Malaysia planned Storage Terminal Details- startup, capacity, tanks, operator and owners
11.3 Malaysia Oil Storage Capacity by Terminal, 2015
11.4 Oil Storage Capacity by Company, 2015
11.5 Malaysia storage Industry- Market Monitor

12 Malaysia Pipeline Market Analysis
12.1 Malaysia Crude Oil Pipeline Details- Route, Operator, Owners, Length, Diameter, Capacity- 2015
12.2 Malaysia Petroleum Product Pipeline Details- Route, Operator, Owners, Length, Diameter, Capacity- 2015
12.3 Malaysia Gas Pipeline Details- Route, Operator, Owners, Length, Diameter, Capacity- 2015
12.4 Malaysia Planned Pipeline Details- 2016-2020
12.5 Malaysia Pipeline Market- Share in Total Network- 2015
12.6 Malaysia pipeline Industry- Market Monitor

13 Competitor Operations and Business Profiles
13.1 Company A
13.1.1 Snapshot
13.1.2 Business Description
13.1.3 SWOT Analysis
13.1.4 Financial Analysis
13.2 Company A
13.2.1 Snapshot
13.2.2 Business Description
13.2.3 SWOT Analysis
13.2.4 Financial Analysis
13.3 Company A
13.3.1 Snapshot
13.3.2 Business Description
13.3.3 SWOT Analysis
13.3.4 Financial Analysis
14 Appendix
14.1 About Us
14.2 Sources and Research Methodology
14.3 Abbreviations and Conversions
14.4 Contact Information
14.5 Disclaimer

Few contents may not be included based on country's oil and gas profile

Table 1: Malaysia Oil and Gas Industry Snapshot, 2015
Table 2: Malaysia Primary Energy Consumption Forecast, 2000-2025
Table 3: Malaysia oil Supply Forecast, 2005- 2025
Table 4: Malaysia Gas Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 5: Malaysia Gasoline Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 6: Malaysia LPG Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 7: Malaysia Diesel Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 8: Malaysia Fuel Oil Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 9: Malaysia oil Demand Forecast, 2005- 2025
Table 10: Malaysia Gas Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 11: Malaysia Gasoline Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 12: Malaysia LPG Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 13: Malaysia Diesel Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 14: Malaysia Fuel Oil Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Table 15: Malaysia Key Economic Indicators
Table 16: Malaysia Proven Oil Reserves Volume, 2000- 2014
Table 17: Malaysia Oil Production by Field, 2005- 2013
Table 18: Malaysia Oil Production by Company, 2005- 2013
Table 19: Malaysia Proven Gas Reserves Volume, 2000- 2014
Table 20: Malaysia Gas Production by Field, 2005- 2013
Table 21: Malaysia Gas Production by Company, 2005- 2013
Table 22: Malaysia Exploration Block Details
Table 23: Malaysia LNG Industry Snapshot, 2015
Table 24: Malaysia LNG Supply/Demand Outlook, 2005-2020
Table 25: Malaysia Active LNG Terminals- location, startup, capacity, storage, operator, technology and ownership
Table 26: Malaysia Under construction LNG terminals – location, status, startup, capex, companies and technology
Table 27: Malaysia Planned LNG terminals - location, status, startup, capex, companies and technology
Table 28: Malaysia Proposed/Announced LNG terminals- location, status, startup, capex, companies and technology
Table 29: Malaysia LNG capacity outlook by Terminal, 2000-2020
Table 30: Malaysia LNG capacity outlook by Company, 2000-2020
Table 31: Malaysia LNG sale purchase agreements(SPA) contract details
Table 32: Malaysia contracted LNG capacity outlook, 2000-2020
Table 33: Malaysia Refining Industry Key Statistics, 2015
Table 34: Malaysia Operational Refinery Asset Details- startup, capacities, location, operators and owners
Table 35: Malaysia Planned Refinery Asset Details- status, capex, startup, capacities and companies
Table 36: Malaysia Primary Refining Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020
Table 37: Malaysia Secondary Refining Capacities Outlook, 2005- 2020
Table 38: Refinery wise CDU Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020
Table 39: Refinery wise Coking Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020
Table 40: Refinery wise FCC Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020
Table 41: Refinery wise HCC Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020
Table 42: Malaysia CDU Capacity by Company, 2005- 2020
Table 43: Malaysia Oil, Products and Chemicals Storage Terminal Details, 2015
Table 44: Malaysia Underground Gas Storage Terminal Details, 2015
Table 45: Malaysia Oil, Products and Chemicals Storage Capacity by Terminal, 2015
Table 46: Malaysia Underground Gas Capacity by Terminal, 2015
Table 47: Malaysia Oil, Products and Chemicals Storage Capacity by Company, 2015
Table 48: Malaysia Crude Oil Pipeline Details, 2015
Table 49: Malaysia Petroleum Product Pipeline Details, 2015
Table 50: Malaysia Gas Pipeline Details, 2015
Table 51: Malaysia Planned Pipeline Details, 2015
Table 52: Malaysia Pipeline Network Length by Company, 2015

Figure 1: Malaysia Primary Energy Consumption Forecast, 2000-2025
Figure 2: Malaysia Primary Energy Consumption Matrix by Fuel, 2015
Figure 3: Malaysia oil Supply Forecast, 2005- 2025
Figure 4: Malaysia Gas Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 5: Malaysia Gasoline Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 6: Malaysia LPG Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 7: Malaysia Diesel Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 8: Malaysia Fuel Oil Supply Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 9: Malaysia oil Demand Forecast, 2005- 2025
Figure 10: Malaysia Gas Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 11: Malaysia Gasoline Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 12: Malaysia LPG Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 13: Malaysia Diesel Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 14: Malaysia Fuel Oil Demand Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 15: Malaysia Gross Domestic Product Outlook, 2000- 2025
Figure 16: Malaysia Population Outlook, 2000- 2025
Figure 17: Malaysia Crude Oil Production Market Structure by Company, 2013
Figure 18: Malaysia Natural Gas Production Market Structure by Company, 2013
Figure 19: Malaysia LNG Market Structure by Company, 2015
Figure 20: Malaysia Refinery Market Structure by Company, 2015
Figure 21: Malaysia Storage Market Structure by Company, 2015
Figure 22: Malaysia Pipeline Market Structure by Company, 2015
Figure 23: Malaysia Oil Reserves and R/P ratio, 2000- 2014
Figure 24: Malaysia Gas Reserves and R/P ratio, 2000- 2014
Figure 25: Malaysia Drilling Rigs Details
Figure 26: Malaysia LNG Supply/Demand Outlook, 2005-2020
Figure 27: Malaysia LNG capacity outlook by Company, 2000-2020
Figure 28: Malaysia Primary and Secondary Refining Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2020
Figure 29: Malaysia petroleum products production, 2015
Figure 30: Malaysia petroleum products Demand, 2015
Figure 31: Malaysia CDU Capacity by Company, 2005- 2020
Figure 32: Malaysia Oil Storage Capacity by Company, 2015
Figure 33: Malaysia UGS Storage Capacity by Company, 2015
Figure 34: Malaysia Pipeline Network Length by Company, 2015
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