The Global Natural Gas Industy - Historical, Present, and Future Generation Statistics to 2030

  • ID: 3945781
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 135 Pages
  • NRG Expert
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Natural Gas consumption is on the rise in the power generation sector, and the new Global Natural Gas Industry intelligence product will give you the data and insights that are necessary to understand this growing market. We have researched the Natural Gas market to produce an in-depth database and accompanying market research report that focuses on the discovery, extraction and uses of natural gas. The report and database combine research abilities with a keen understanding of the power generation landscape to give you a comprehensive look at the sector

This report consists of two parts; the first element is the report. Sections two through twelve outline the structure of the natural gas industry presenting definitions, the techniques and methods of calculation, and provide an overview of the natural gas industry as a whole. Areas covered include:

  • Definitions of Reserves,
  • Supply and Demand,
  • Unconventional Gas,
  • LNG/CNG/NGLs/GTL,
  • Pricing,
  • And Demand Analysis.

The second part of this report presents statistics on natural gas fired power generation and provides an overview of the known proven reserves, by-country for countries which we have been able to source and verify data. This database is presented at the end of the report but also contained in a separate Microsoft Excel workbook that accompanies this report. 

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1. Introduction

2. Summary

3. Reserves

  • Definitions of oil and gas reserves 
  • Deterministic and probabilistic estimation of reserves 
  • Proved reserves
  • Proved, proved undeveloped reserves
  • Unproved Reserves 
  • Unproved Probable Reserves
  • Unproved Possible Reserves
  • Comparison of using different methods of calculating reserves
  • Calculations to determine reserve values
  • The volumetric method
  • Decline curve analysis
  • External factors affecting reserves

4. Supply and Demand

  • Gas Exporting Countries Forum

5. Unconventional natural gas

6. Imports/Exports

7. Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

8. Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs), and Transportation

  • Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs)

9. Natural Gas-to-Liquid (GTL)

10. Natural Gas Advantages

11. Natural Gas Prices

12. Long-Term Deman

13. Sources

  • The Data: Power Plant Capacity Natural Gas Fired Plants, and Proven Reserves
  • Introduction to the Data

Tables:

Table 5-1: Frontier resources and unconventional oil and gas
Table 6-1: Logistic bottlenecks for natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG)

Figures:

Figure 3-1: Characterisation of petroleum initially in place reserve - resource description
Figure 5-1: Geology of natural gas resources
Figure 6-1: Projected international trade of natural gas via pipelines and LNG in 2020
Figure 7-1: LNG supply chain
Figure 7-2: The transition of LNG technology
Figure 8-1: Value chain from feedstock to chemical building blocks 
Figure 8-2: Potential products produced from natural gas
Figure 8-3: Projected world supply of crude oil and NGL for a business-as-usual scenario, million barrels per day, 2010 to 2030 
Figure 8-4: Projected OPEC and non-OPEC supply of NGL for a business-as-usual scenario, million barrels per day, 2010 to 2030 
Figure 9-1: Projected OPEC GTL supply for a business-as-usual scenario, million barrels per day, 2010 to 2030
Figure 12-1: Benefits of increased gas use in the EU energy transition

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