Canada LNG Industry Forecasts to 2022 - Outlook of Liquefaction/Regasification Terminals, Companies, Supply-Demand, Investments and Planned Projects

  • ID: 3676708
  • Report
  • Region: Canada
  • 80 pages
  • LNG Analysis
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Canada LNG capacity is expected to increase to 86.5 mtpa in 2020, driven by investments in new LNG capacity. Currently, companies in the industry continue to face tough challenges of shaping their strategies to rapidly changing global dynamics.

Canada LNG Industry report provides key trends, strategies and project updates on the entire Canada LNG value chain. The comprehensive research provides details of Canada LNG trading patterns, key suppliers and buyers, volumes, industry revenues/expenditures, infrastructure details and competitive scenario.

The global LNG industry is undergoing rapid changes driven by low oil prices and shifts in strategies of governments across the world. Both terminal operators and investors continue to face ambiguity on planned projects.

The report assists LNG companies and equipment, services providers in Canada by providing updates on industry trends, global perspectives on current issues and detailed analysis of planned projects.
Key prospects of investment coupled with economic and business focus of Canada LNG market is provided.

For the first time, you will find the long term sale- purchase contracts (MSPAs), trade movements, prices along with an illustrative map in one single report. In addition, the report provides the construction details, capital investments and feasibility of planned projects.

Natural gas reserves and production-consumption patterns are analyzed in detail through annual forecasts. Information on all active and planned Sale- Purchase Agreements signed by companies along with forecasts of contracted and spare capacities to 2020 are detailed.

Canada LNG Market is compared to its peer markets to evaluate the investment potential of the country. Further, growth of LNG market in the country is benchmarked with other markets in the region.

Detailed analysis of companies, their strategies, capacities, new projects and market shares are provided for each of the LNG companies in Canada LNG industry. Further, all recent news and latest developments are analyzed along with their possible impact on the future of Canada LNG markets.

Scope
- Top five Trends in LNG markets
- Forecasts of Supply/demand, LNG capacity, trains/vaporizers, storage capacity, storage tanks, contracted vs available capacity, from 2005 to 2022
- LNG investment market analysis and business focus
- Details of new opportunities, trade volumes, shipping distances, market concentration and new entrants scope
- LNG SWOT Analysis and Benchmarking with other Regional LNG markets
- Planned greenfield LNG Terminals and expansion projects with details of current status, expected start up, capital investment, construction companies and capacities
- Long and Medium Term LNG contracts signed by LNG companies
- Operational and planned Terminal details- basic (start up, location, type), capacity (liquefaction/Regasification, contracted, storage), Company (operator, owners), Construction (technology, constructor, capex)
- Company wise liquefaction/Regasification capacity outlook- 2005 to 2022
- Profiles of three leading LNG companies with analysis of LNG, oil and gas, financials, SWOT and contacts
- Recent News, Events and market Developments Landscape
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1. Table of Contents
1.1. List of Tables
1.2. List of Figures

2. Executive Summary
2.1. Canada LNG Market Snapshot, 2016
2.2. Canada LNG Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2022
2.3. Canada LNG Expenditure/Revenues, 2015
2.4. Canada LNG Trade Partners and Volumes, 2015
2.5. Key Strategies Opted by Canadan LNG Players in Current Market Conditions

3. Forecasts of Canada LNG Industry to 2022
3.1. Canada LNG Investment Outlook, 2016-2022
3.2. Canada Liquefaction/Regasification Capacity Outlook, 2005-2022
3.3. Canada LNG Storage Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2022
3.4. Canada LNG Trains/Vaporizers Count, 205- 2022
3.5. Canada LNG Supply/Demand Outlook, 2005-2022
3.6. Canada Contracted LNG Capacity Outlook, 2005-2022

4. Canada LNG Market Analysis
4.1. Canada LNG Market SWOT Analysis
4.2. Drivers and Challenges of Canada LNG Industry
4.3. Industry Benchmarking, 2015
4.3.1. Market Comparison- Overall Ranking
4.3.2. Market Comparison- Trade Index
4.3.3. Market Comparison-Infrastructure Index
4.3.4. Market Comparison- Competition Index
4.3.5. Market Comparison- Growth Index

5. Canada Planned LNG Projects
5.1. Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Plants in Canada- Greenfield and Expansions
5.2. Capital Investment Details of Planned LNG Projects

6. Canada LNG Industry Competitive Structure
6.1. LNG Market Structure- Shares by Leading Companies, 2015
6.2. Company wise net weighted LNG Capacity Outlook, 2005-2022

7. Canada LNG Infrastructure Details- Location, Start Up, Capacity, Companies, Trains, Tanks and Capex

Bear Head LNG
Canada LNG
Canaport LNG
Douglas Channel LNG
Goldboro LNG
Kitimat LNG
Kitsault LNG
Orca LNG
Pacific Northwest LNG
Ridley Island LNG
Stewart LNG
WesPac LNG
Woodfibre LNG

8. Business Profiles of Three Leading Canada LNG Companies
8.1 Snapshot
8.2 SWOT Analysis
8.3 Business Description
8.4 Financial Analysis

9. Canada LNG Market Monitor

10. Appendix
10.1 About the Author
10.2 Abbreviations
10.3 Sources and Methodology
10.4 Contact Information

Table 1: Canada LNG Market Overview, 2016
Table 2: Historical and Forecasted Annual Canada LNG Capacity, 2005- 2022
Table 3: Canada Natural Gas Reserves, 2000-2015
Table 4: Canada Gas Production and Consumption Forecast, 2005-2022
Table 5: Canada LNG Capital Expenditure Forecast, 2016-2022
Table 6: Canada Terminal wise Liquefaction/Regasification Capacity Outlook, 2005-2022
Table 7: Canada Terminal wise LNG Storage Capacity Outlook, 2005- 2022
Table 8: Canada Terminal wise LNG Trains/Vaporizers Count, 205- 2022
Table 9: Canada Terminal wise LNG Storage Tanks Count, 205- 2022
Table 10: Canada LNG Supply/Demand Outlook, 2005-2022
Table 11: Canada Contracted LNG Capacity Outlook, 2005-2022
Table 12: Canada LNG Market Comparison- Overall Ranking
Table 13: Canada LNG Market Comparison- Trade Index
Table 14: Canada LNG Market Comparison-Infrastructure Index
Table 15: Canada LNG Market Comparison- Competition Index
Table 16: Canada LNG Market Comparison- Growth Index
Table 17: Planned LNG Terminals in Canada- Greenfield and Expansion Projects
Table 18: Capex Details of Planned LNG Projects
Table 19: Net Weighted LNG Capacity by Company Outlook, 2005-2022
Table 20: Canada LNG Terminals - Location, Start Up, Capacity, Companies, Trains, Tanks and Capex

Figure 1: Canada LNG Expenditure/Revenues, 2015
Figure 2: Canada LNG Trade Partners and Volumes, 2015
Figure 3: Canada Gas Production and Consumption Forecast, 2005-2022
Figure 4: Canada LNG Market Competition
Figure 5: Canada GDP Outlook, 2005-2022
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Canada Stewart Energy Group Ltd., Canaport LNG L.P., Chevron Corporation, Douglas Channel Energy Partnership (DCEP), Kitsault Energy Ltd., LNG Canada Development Inc., Orca LNG Ltd., Pieridae Energy Canada, Prince Rupert LNG Limited, Progress Energy Canada Ltd., WesPac Midstream - Vancouver (WPMV) LLC, Woodfibre LNG Export Pte. Ltd.
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