The Future of Japan Oil Markets, Investments, Projects and Companies to 2025- Exploration, Oil Production, Oil and Product Pipelines, Storage, Refineries and Supply Demand

  • ID: 3901001
  • Report
  • Region: Japan
  • 90 pages
  • OG Analysis
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‘The future of Japan Oil industry’ from one of the world’s leading energy research firm analyses the effect of current global market changes on Japan oil markets.

Effect of current market dynamics including price fluctuations, CAPEX declines and others on Japan oil markets-
The impact of recent developments including OPEC decision to cut production at Algiers, US shale oil production decline, Japan government policy changes and CAPEX reductions on companies across Japan oil value chain are analysed in detail. The research provides detailed analysis of all major risks and opportunities faced by oil and gas companies in Japan.

Planning and Strategy Support-
The report identifies key trends and drivers of Japan oil markets and provides the SWOT profile of the country. Further, the country is benchmarked with peer markets to compare its position in regional markets. In addition, impact of competing assets in other countries is also evaluated.

Short Term Risk Mitigation and Long Term Growth Strategies-
The research work identifies the key moves being taken by government, companies and investors to cop up with global changes and minimize the risks in current market conditions. Further, the research also identifies the strategies being taken by oil and gas players to ensure growth and beat competition in the long run.

Outlook Statements-
- Crude oil supply and demand outlook, 2005- 2025
- Products (Gasoline, Diesel, LPG and Fuel Oil) Supply and demand outlook, 2005- 2025
- Products production and consumption by Fuel, 2015
- Japan Primary Energy mix, 2015
- GDP, Population and Investment Outlook, 2005- 2025

Analysis across value chain-
The comprehensive research provides opportunities, risks, infrastructure, trade and competition on exploration blocks, licensing rounds, oil fields, storage, products and crude pipelines and refineries in Japan.

Feasibility study, Current Status and Expected Start Up and Impacts-
For all planned projects including new refineries, storage terminals and pipelines, feasibility study of new projects, their current status including FID/ FEED/EPC along with expected start up, construction contract details and the impact of these projects on Japan are analysed in detail.

Complete Infrastructure Details -
Japan oil report provides complete asset by asset details of Japan oil infrastructure. Key details provided in the research include-
- Exploration- Awarded and Available Block Details, Licensing rounds on Offer, Briefs on Successful Exploration operations, Rigs Count
- Production- Field wise production information from 2007- 2014; Operational and Planned Oil Field details
- Oil, Petroleum Products and Chemicals Storage- Storage Capacity by Terminal, 2005- 2022; Terminal details including- location, start up, operator, owners, stakes, tanks, tank sizes, products stored, mode of transport, capex and construction partners
- Refineries- Refinery wise CDU, Coking, FCC, Hydrocracking, reformer, Hydrotreating, Isomerization capacity outlook, 2005- 2022; Refinery details including- location, start up, operator, owners, equity shares, capex and construction partners
- Pipelines- Crude and Products pipelines including start point, end point, route, length, diameter, capacity, capex and operators and owners and construction partners

Competitive Landscape-
The report provides market shares of each of the sector in Japan oil markets including-
- Company wise net weighted oil production, 2005- 2014
- Company wise refining, coking, FCC and Hydrocracking capacity, 2005- 2022
- Company wise storage capacity, 2005- 2022
- Company wise Pipeline Lengths, 2015
The report also analyses three leading companies in Japan oil markets. Business operations, SWOT Analysis and financial performance of the companies are provided.

Recent Industry Developments-
All latest developments in the industry along with their possible impact on the industry are included in the report.

Robust methodology-
The author has daily updated 15 oil and gas databases, which provide updated data on all projects in Japan. Further, in house experts with years of experience use widely appreciated forecast models to analyse the future of the country. In addition, data and insights are frequently validated with opinions from industry experts to ensure complete accuracy of our predictions.
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1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 Executive Summary
2.1 Current Market Conditions in Japan Oil Sector
2.2 Impact of Current Low Price Conditions on Japan
2.3 Uncertainties and Challenges Faced by Japan Oil Companies
2.4 Trends and Drivers Shaping the Future of Japan Oil Markets
2.5 SWOT Analysis
2.6 Benchmark with Peer Markets
2.6.1 Final Ranking
2.6.2 Supply Index
2.6.3 Demand Index
2.6.4 Infrastructure Index
2.6.5 Growth Index

3 Japan Oil Market Factsheet
3.1 Japan Oil Market Snapshot, 2016
3.2 Operational Infrastructure Across Oil Value Chain, 2016
3.2.1 Upstream Sector
3.2.2 Midstream Sector
3.2.3 Downstream Sector
3.3 Japan Primary Energy Demand Outlook, 2000- 2025
3.4 Fuel wise Primary Energy Mix, 2016
3.5 Demographic and Economic Analysis
3.5.1 Geographical Location Details
3.5.2 GDP Growth Outlook, 2005- 2025
3.5.3 Population Outlook, 2005- 2025
3.6 Japan Oil and Gas Ministry, Regulatory and Licensing Authorities

4 Investment and Business Expansion Opportunities in Japan Oil Markets
4.1Current Status of Planned Projects in Exploration, Production, Storage, Transport and Refining Sectors
4.2 Feasibility and Expected Start Ups of Planned Projects in Japan

5 Japan Oil Market Outlook and Forecasts
5.1 Japan Crude Oil Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
5.2 Japan Crude Oil Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
5.3 Japan LPG Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
5.4 Japan Motor Gasoline Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
5.5 Japan Diesel Oil Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
5.6 Japan Fuel Oil Production Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
5.7 Japan LPG Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
5.8 Japan Motor Gasoline Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
5.9 Japan Diesel Oil Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025
5.10 Japan Fuel Oil Demand Forecast (yearly), 2005- 2025

6 Competitive Landscape in Japan Oil Markets, 2016
6.1 Japan oil production sector – market shares by company, 2014
6.2 Japan oil storage sector – market shares by company, 2015
6.3 Japan pipeline sector – market shares by company, 2015
6.4 Japan refinery sector – market shares by company, 2015

7 Japan Upstream Oil Market Analysis
7.1 Japan Exploration and Production Sector- Proven Oil Reserves, 2005-2015
7.2 Field by Field Oil Production in Japan, 2007-2014
7.3 Company wise Oil Production in Japan, 2007- 2014
7.4 Japan Exploration Blocks and Oil Field Details
7.5 Japan Drilling Rigs Information, 2007-2015
7.6 Japan Upstream Oil Industry- Recent Developments

8 Japan Refinery Market Analysis
8.1 Japan refinery market snapshot, 2016
8.2 Japan petroleum products production, 2016
8.3 Japan petroleum products consumption, 2016
8.4 Japan operational and Planned refinery details- startup, capacities, location, operators and owners
8.5 Japan CDU, Coking, FCC, Hydrocracking, Reformer, Hydrotreater capacity outlook, 2005-2022
8.6 Refinery wise CDU capacity outlook, 2005-2022
8.7 Refinery wise coking capacity outlook, 2005-2022
8.8 Refinery wise FCC capacity outlook, 2005-2022
8.9 Refinery wise HydroCracking capacity outlook, 2005-2022
8.10 Refinery wise Reformer Capacity, Outlook, 2005-2022
8.11 Refinery wise Hydrotreating Capacity, Outlook, 2005-2022,
8.12 Refinery wise Isomerization Capacity, Outlook, 2005-2022
8.13 Japan refining capacity outlook by company, 2005-2022
8.14 Japan refining Industry- Recent Developments

9 Japan oil storage market analysis
9.1 Japan operational Storage Terminal Details- start-up, capacity, tanks, operator and owners, 2016
9.2 Japan planned Storage Terminal Details- start-up, capacity, tanks, operator and owners, 2017- 2022
9.3 Japan Oil Storage Capacity by Terminal, 2016
9.4 Oil Storage Capacity by Company, 2016
9.5 Japan storage Industry- Recent Developments

10 Japan Pipeline Market Analysis
10.1 Japan Crude Pipeline Details- Location, Operator, Owners, Length, Diameter, Capacity- 2016
10.2 Japan Petroleum Product Pipeline Details- Location, Operator, Owners, Length, Diameter, Capacity- 2016
10.4 Japan Planned Pipeline Details- 2017-2022
10.5 Japan Pipeline Market- Share in Total Network- 2016
10.6 Japan pipeline Industry- Recent Developments

11 Competitor Operations and Business Profiles
11.1 Company A
11.1.1 Snapshot
11.1.2 Business Description
11.1.3 SWOT Analysis
11.1.4 Financial Analysis
11.2 Company B
11.2.1 Snapshot
11.2.2 Business Description
11.2.3 SWOT Analysis
11.2.4 Financial Analysis
11.3 Company C
11.3.1 Snapshot
11.3.2 Business Description
11.3.3 SWOT Analysis
11.3.4 Financial Analysis
12 Appendix
12.1 About OG Analysis
12.2 Sources and Research Methodology
12.3 Abbreviations and Conversions
12.4 Contact Information

Table 1: Japan Oil Market Benchmark with Peer Countries- Final Ranking
Table 2: Japan Oil Market Benchmark with Peer Countries- Supply Index
Table 3: Japan Oil Market Benchmark with Peer Countries- Demand Index
Table 4: Japan Oil Market Benchmark with Peer Countries- Infrastructure Index
Table 5: Japan Oil Market Benchmark with Peer Countries- Growth Index
Table 6: Japan Oil Markets- Key Facts, 2016
Table 7: Japan Planned Upstream Project Details
Table 8: Japan Planned Midstream Project Details
Table 9: Japan Planned Downstream Project Details
Table 10: Japan Oil Supply Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Table 11: Japan LPG Supply Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Table 12: Japan Gasoline Supply Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Table 13: Japan Diesel Supply Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Table 14: Japan Oil Consumption Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Table 15: Japan LPG Consumption Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Table 16: Japan Gasoline Consumption Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Table 17: Japan Diesel Consumption Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Table 18: Japan Proven Oil Reserve Volume, 2005- 2015
Table 19: Field wise Annual Production, 2007- 2014
Table 20: Company wise Annual Production, 2007- 2014
Table 21: Japan Refining Operations – Snapshot, 2016
Table 22: Operational and Planned Refinery Details
Table 23: CDU Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2022
Table 24: Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2022
Table 25: FCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2022
Table 26: Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2022
Table 27: Hydrotreater Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2022
Table 28: Reformer Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2022
Table 29: Isomerization Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2022
Table 30: Company wise Refining Capacity Outlook, 2005-2022
Table 31: Active and Planned Storage Terminal Details
Table 32: Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005-2022
Table 33: Company wise Storage Capacity, 2016
Table 34: Oil Pipeline Details, 2016
Table 35: Product Pipeline Details, 2016
Table 36: Company wise Pipeline Length, 2016

Figure 1: Japan Primary Energy Demand Outlook, 2005- 2025
Figure 2: Japan Energy Consumption by Fuel, 2016
Figure 3: Japan Geographical Location and Map
Figure 4: Japan GDP (Current Prices) Outlook, 2005- 2025
Figure 5: Japan Population Outlook, 2005- 2025
Figure 6: Japan Oil Supply Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Figure 7: Japan LPG Supply Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Figure 8: Japan Gasoline Supply Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Figure 9: Japan Diesel Supply Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Figure 10: Japan Oil Consumption Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Figure 11: Japan LPG Consumption Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Figure 12: Japan Gasoline Consumption Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Figure 13: Japan Diesel Consumption Forecasts, 2005- 2025
Figure 14: Japan Oil Production Sector- Market shares by Company, 2014
Figure 15: Japan Oil Storage Sector- Market shares by Company, 2016
Figure 16: Japan Oil Refining Sector- Market shares by Company, 2016
Figure 17: Japan Oil Pipeline Transportation Sector- Market shares by Company, 2016
Figure 18: Drilling Rigs Count
Figure 19: Oil Products Production from Refineries by Fuel, 2016
Figure 20: Oil Products Consumption in Domestic Markets by Fuel, 2016
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