Kenya Oil and Gas Industry Trends 2017 and Forecast of Investments, Supply - Demand and Infrastructure - Widening products supply - demand gap poses burden on Kenya economy

  • ID: 4393848
  • Report
  • Region: Kenya
  • 84 pages
  • OG Analysis
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Kenya oil and gas research provides full spectrum analysis of opportunities, risks, growth trends, infrastructure and investments in Kenya. From data driven snapshots to micro and macro trends to company profiles and market fundamentals, the report provides highly useful insights for market movements in 2017 and projections to 2025 to assist oil and gas planners globally.

The report is uniquely framed- detailing updated market shares of all major companies operating in Kenya oil and gas industry value chain along with their operations and infrastructure details. Operational and upcoming projects and their impact on supply-demand, pricing and Competitive behaviour are analyzed with detailed industry overview and future outlook.

This strategic Oil and Gas industry report also details key drivers and issues in 2017 and for long term future. The pdf offers in-depth insights into the country’s oil and gas market in current dynamic global conditions with clear future trends.

Comprehensive information on exploration blocks, oil and gas fields, transmission pipelines, oil refineries, oil, products and chemicals storage assets and liquefaction/regasification LNG terminals are included. Further, Asset wise details of all operational and upcoming projects are included. The detailed report identifies key strategies and new business plans to emerge as a strong and future ready player.

With 12+ years of energy industry expertise, our analysts offer unparalleled independent research and analysis on different factors affecting the growth of Kenya oil and gas markets. Industry approved forecasts enable oil and gas industry planners to make confident business decisions. Our proprietary market and modelling expertise ensures most reliable forecasts for the future of Kenya oil and gas with forecasts based on wide set of underlying parameters.

In addition, latest thinking on the future of Kenya oil and gas markets is also included in the report.

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Scope
  • Active and planned oil and gas Infrastructure along with their current status, companies, investment, expansions and other details
  • Key trends, insights, SWOT and drivers/risks of further investments
  • All major companies in value chain with their infrastructure and operations details
  • Forecasts of LNG, storage, refinery, pipeline capacities to 2022
  • Supply and Demand forecasts of oil and gas to 2025
  • Regulatory bodies - roles and activities
  • Reserves, Oil and Gas Field wise production (2010-2016) and exploration block details
  • Recent industry developments
Reasons To Purchase:
  • Optimize operations, strategic plans and expansion initiatives
  • Develop a deep understanding of the market's infrastructure and investments from 2017 till 2025
  • Assess market factors such as supply sources, demand and investment outlook
  • Make long-term capacity investment decisions through detailed project information
  • Layer your value added insights based on most reliable data and forecast scenarios
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1. Table of Contents
1.1 Tables and Charts

2 Kenya Oil and Gas Industry Market Insights
2.1 Market Overview and Growth trends
2.2 Kenya Oil and Gas Investments (Capex) Outlook to 2022
2.3 SWOT Analysis – 2017

3 Kenya Energy Market Outlook to 2025
3.1 Kenya Primary Energy Mix, 2017
3.2 Kenya Per Capita Oil and Gas Consumption vs. Rest of the World
3.3 Kenya Primary Energy Demand Outlook, 2000 to 2025
3.4 Kenya Crude Oil Production and Consumption Outlook, 2005-2025
3.5 Kenya Natural Gas Production and Consumption Outlook, 2005-2025

4 Kenya Value Chain Segmental Overview and Outlook
4.1 Upstream Operations
4.1.1 Kenya Oil and Gas Reserves, 2000-2016
4.1.2 Field wise Oil Production, 2010-2016
4.1.3 Field wise Gas Production, 2010-2016

4.2 Midstream Operations
4.2.1 Kenya LNG Capacity Outlook by terminal, 2005-2022
4.2.2 Kenya Storage Capacity Outlook by terminal, 2005-2022
4.2.3 Kenya Pipeline Length by Pipeline, 2017

4.3 Downstream Operations
4.3.1 Kenya LPG, Gasoline, Diesel and Fuel Oil Production and Consumption, 2017
4.3.2 Kenya CDU Refining Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005-2022
4.3.3 Kenya Coking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005-2022
4.3.4 Kenya Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005-2022
4.4 Kenya Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005-2022

5 Oil and Gas Projects Attracting/Ongoing Investments
5.1 Exploration Blocks on Offer
5.2 LNG Industry-Planned/Upcoming Projects
5.3 Refining Industry-Planned/Upcoming Projects
5.4 Storage and Transportation Industry-Planned/Upcoming Projects

6 Kenya oil and gas Infrastructure Details
6.1 Gapco Kenya limited-oil and gas infrastructure in Kenya
6.2 Hashi Empex Ltd-oil and gas infrastructure in Kenya
6.3 Kenya Petroleum Refineries Limited (KRPL)-oil and gas infrastructure in Kenya
6.4 Kenya Pipeline Company Limited-oil and gas infrastructure in Kenya
6.5 National Oil Corporation of Kenya (NOCK)-oil and gas infrastructure in Kenya
6.6 Petrocity Energy Kenya Ltd-oil and gas infrastructure in Kenya
6.7 Vitol Tanks Terminals International (VTTI)-oil and gas infrastructure in Kenya
6.8 VIVO ENERGY-oil and gas infrastructure in Kenya

7 Kenya Oil and Gas Industry-Latest thinking

8 Appendix
8.1 Publisher Expertise
8.2 Research Methodology and Sources

Table 1: Kenya Oil and Gas Market Snapshot, 2017
Table 2: Kenya Oil Supply and Demand Growth Forecast, Kb/d, 2005 to 2025
Table 3: Kenya Gas Supply and Demand Growth Forecast, MMcm, 2005 to 2025
Table 4: Kenya Gross Oil Production by Field, 2010-2016
Table 5: Kenya Marketed Gas Production by Field, 2010-2016
Table 6: Terminal wise LNG Capacity Outlook, mtpa, 2005-2022
Table 7: Terminal wise Oil, Products and Chemicals Capacity Outlook, MMcm, 2005-2022
Table 8: Kenya Leading Oil, Gas and Products Transmission Pipelines by Length, Km, 2017
Table 9: Refinery wise Kenya CDU Capacity Forecast, Kb/d, 2005-2022
Table 10: Refinery wise Kenya Coking Capacity Forecast, Kb/d, 2005-2022
Table 11: Refinery wise Kenya FCC Capacity Forecast, Kb/d, 2005-2022
Table 12: Refinery wise Kenya Hydrocracking Capacity Forecast, Kb/d, 2005-2022
Table 13: Oil and Gas Exploration Blocks-Available and Awarded
Table 14: Gapco Kenya limited-Operational and Upcoming Projects in Kenya
Table 15: Hashi Empex Ltd-Operational and Upcoming Projects in Kenya
Table 16: Kenya Petroleum Refineries Limited (KRPL)-Operational and Upcoming Projects in Kenya
Table 17: Kenya Pipeline Company Limited-Operational and Upcoming Projects in Kenya
Table 18: National Oil Corporation of Kenya (NOCK)-Operational and Upcoming Projects in Kenya
Table 19: Petrocity Energy Kenya Ltd-Operational and Upcoming Projects in Kenya
Table 20: Vitol Tanks Terminals International (VTTI)-Operational and Upcoming Projects in Kenya
Table 21: VIVO ENERGY-Operational and Upcoming Projects in Kenya

Figure 1: Kenya Oil and Gas Investment Forecast, 2017-2022
Figure 2: Kenya Oil and Gas Market SWOT Analysis, 2017
Figure 3: Kenya Primary Energy Demand by Fuel Type, 2017
Figure 4: Comparison of Kenya Per Capita Oil and Gas Demand with Global markets
Figure 5: Kenya Primary Energy Consumption Forecast, mtoe, 2000-2025
Figure 6: Kenya Oil Production and Consumption Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 7: Kenya Gas Production and Consumption Forecast, 2005-2025
Figure 8: Kenya Proven Oil and Gas Reserve volume, 2000-2016
Figure 9: Kenya Petroleum Products Supply vs Demand Comparison, 2017
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