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2018 Australia Long Term LNG Market Outlook Report - Supply, Contracts, Planned Terminals, FIDs, Competition and New Opportunities to 2025

  • ID: 4557131
  • Report
  • Region: Australia
  • 100 pages
  • LNG Analysis
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  • Korea Gas Corporation
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During 2017 and 2018, increase in investor confidence was observed across most LNG markets including Australia. Planned projects witness considerable progress with increase in supply volumes anticipated over the short term future. Further, recovering global conditions and strong outlook for gas based applications worldwide are spurring interest in Australia and global LNG markets. The global LNG trade in 2017 witnessed strong growth rates after 2009 to 292.5 million tonnes. Both new liquefaction and regasification capacities are coming online after couple of stagnant years. Further, the market is expected to be buyer oriented at least till 2022, providing strong opportunities for active and upcoming regasification markets.

After period of uncertainty, Australia companies are formulating long term strategies to succeed in global LNG market. In this context, the leading industry publisher has released its 12th version of “Australia Long-term LNG outlook report”, spanning analysis across entire Australia LNG value chain. The Australia LNG report provides detailed insights into emerging market trends, new dynamics, shifting strategies and the new role of Australia in global and regional scale.

The report is a complete research work covering details of Australia LNG supply patterns, key suppliers, volumes and values, industry revenues, current and planned infrastructure details and competitive Scenario. The Australia research work also presents detailed outlook of Australia LNG supply, concluded and upcoming medium and long term contracts (SPAs, HOA, MOUs), together with trends and challenges of investing in Australia market. In addition, data on LNG terminals, storage terminal, LNG fleet, fields, trade movements, prices along with an illustrative map is also provided. Further, demographic, economic outlook of Australia together with latest LNG industry developments are covered in detail.

Strategic Analysis Review:
This chapter presents detailed SWOT Analysis along with emerging trends in the market. Further, key strategies of operating companies in Australia are analyzed.

Australia Gas Sector Analysis:
The chapter presents complete analysis of Australia natural gas sector including details of trends in gas reserves, major gas fields, natural gas production and consumption forecasts along with the role of LNG exports in the gas production are detailed.

LNG Capacity Forecasts:
At both country level and terminal level, annual historical and forecasted data on LNG liquefaction capacity, storage capacity, processing trains, storage tanks etc. is provided.

LNG Infrastructure Details:
15 details for each of the operational and planned Liquefaction terminals in Australia are provided, which include- basic details, companies, technology, fields, distribution, construction details. Further, capital expenditure and construction details are provided.

Monthly LNG Trade Patterns, 2018:
Australia LNG monthly exports by destination country are detailed.
Further, annual trade information along with long term and medium term contract agreements are included in the report.

Market Value and Investment Outlook:
Australia country wise LNG market value along with capital investment planned to be spent in the industry are forecast to 2022

Australia LNG Market Benchmarking:
Australia LNG industry is compared with five peer markets in the region based on four pillars to determine the competitiveness of the country in regional scale

Competitive Scenario:
Companies currently operating in the industry and the companies planning to foray into the market are detailed along with their strategies and SWOT profiles. Further, net weighted capacities by company are also forecast in the report.

The Australia report presents both historical and forecasted data for Australia LNG Exports from 2007 to 2025. Further, Australia LNG liquefaction capacity, LNG storage capacity, number of processing trains and storage tanks are forecast to 2022. The report also forecasts natural gas production and demand in Australia between 2007 and 2025.

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  • Stay ahead of competition with information on planned investment opportunities
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1. Table of Contents
1.1. List of Tables
1.2. List of Figures

2. Executive Summary
2.1. Australia Market Snapshot, 2018
2.2. Australia LNG Export Volume Forecast, MTPA, 2005- 2025
2.3. Australia LNG Export Value Forecast, $ Million, 2005- 2025
2.4. Australia LNG Capital Investment (CAPEX) Forecast, $ Million, 2016- 2022
2.5. Australia Liquefaction Capacity Outlook, 2007-2022
2.6. Australia LNG Market Structure, 2017

3. Australia LNG Strategic Analysis Review, 2018
3.1. Australia LNG - SWOT Analysis
3.1.1. Key Strengths
3.1.2. Key Weaknesses
3.1.3. Potential Opportunities
3.1.4. Potential Threats
3.2. Emerging LNG Trends and Factors Shaping Future of Australia LNG Markets, 2018- 2025
3.3. Key Strategies formulated by LNG Players in Australia

4. Australia Natural Gas Market Analysis and Outlook
4.1. Australia Proven Gas Reserves, 2005- 2017
4.2. Australia Marketed Gas Production Forecast, 2007- 2025
4.3. Australia Gas Demand Forecast, 2007- 2025
4.4. Share of LNG Export in Gas Production, 2007- 2025
4.5. Role of Natural Gas in Primary Energy Demand, 2007- 2025

5. Australia LNG Capacity Outlook to 2022
5.1. Country wise Liquefaction Capacity Outlook, 2007- 2022
5.2. Terminal wise Liquefaction Capacity Outlook, 2007- 2022
5.3. Terminal wise LNG Trains Count Outlook, 2007- 2022
5.4. Terminal wise LNG Storage Capacity Outlook, 2007- 2022
5.5. Terminal wise LNG Storage Tanks Count Outlook, 2007-2022

6. Australia LNG Infrastructure Details
6.1. Operational LNG Terminals in Australia
6.1.1. Start Up
6.1.2. Location
6.1.3. Operator
6.1.4. Owners and Ownership Details
6.1.5. Onshore/Offshore
6.1.6. Technology
6.1.7. Number of Trains
6.1.8. Liquefaction Capacity
6.1.9. LNG Storage Capacity
6.1.10. Number of Storage Tanks
6.1.11. Source Field
6.1.12. Distribution Asset
6.1.13. Capital Expenditure
6.1.14. Construction Period
6.1.15. Construction Contractors

7. Australia Monthly LNG Trade Patterns, 2018
7.1. Australia Export Volumes to Asia Pacific countries
7.2. Australia Export Volumes to Europe countries
7.3. Australia Export Volumes to Middle East Africa countries
7.4. Australia Export Volumes to Americas countries

8. Australia LNG Trade and Contract Details
8.1. Australia LNG Trade by Country, 2017
8.2. Australia LNG Sale Purchase Agreement Details by Partner
8.3. Australia Contracted vs Available LNG Capacity, 2007- 2022

9. Australia LNG Market Value Forecast
9.1. Average LNG Price Outlook by Region, $/MMBtu, 2016- 2022
9.2. Australia LNG Market Value Outlook, $ Million, 2016- 2022

10. Australia LNG Investment Opportunities to 2022
10.1. Planned LNG Projects in Australia
10.2. Proposed LNG Projects in Australia
10.3. Expansion Plans of Active LNG Terminals in Australia

11. Australia LNG Capex and Construction Details
11.1. Capex Details of Planned LNG Terminals in Australia
11.2. Australia LNG Industry Capital Investment Forecast, 2016- 2022

12. Australia LNG Market Benchmarking
12.1. Overall Ranking of Australia and Peer Markets
12.2. Supply Index
12.3. Infrastructure Index
12.4. Competitive Index
12.5. Contracts Index
12.6. Growth Index

13. Australia LNG Market- Competitive Landscape
13.1. Australia LNG Market Share by Company (%), 2018
13.2. Net weighted Capacity Outlook by Company, mtpa, 2007- 2022

14. Australia Demographic and Economic Outlook
14.1. Australia Map, Location and Coastline Details
14.2. Australia GDP Forecast, 2007- 2025
14.3. Australia Population Forecast, 2007- 2025
14.4. Australia Total Investments (% of GDP) Forecast, 2007- 2025

15. Company Profiles of Leading LNG Companies in Australia
15.1. Company A
15.1.1. Business Description
15.1.2. SWOT Analysis
15.1.3. Financial Analysis
15.2. Company B
15.2.1. Business Description
15.2.2. SWOT Analysis
15.2.3. Financial Analysis
15.3. Company C
15.3.1. Business Description
15.3.2. SWOT Analysis
15.3.3. Financial Analysis

16. Australia LNG Industry News and Recent Developments

17. Appendix
17.1. About Us
17.2. Sources and Methodology
17.3. Contact Us
17.4. Disclaimer
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  • BHP Billiton Limited
  • BP P.L.C
  • Chevron Australia Pty Ltd
  • Chevron Corporation
  • China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (SINOPEC)
  • CNOOC Limited
  • ConocoPhillips
  • CPC Corporation, Taiwan
  • ENI S.p.A
  • ExxonMobil Corporation
  • INPEX Browse Limited
  • INPEX Corporation
  • Japan Australia LNG (MIMI) Pty Ltd
  • JERA Co., Inc.
  • Korea Gas Corporation
  • Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company K.S.C.C.
  • Kyushu Electric Power Co., Inc.
  • Melbana Energy Limited
  • Origin Energy Limited
  • Osaka Gas Co., Ltd.
  • PE Wheatstone Pty Ltd.
  • Petroliam Nasional Berhad
  • Royal Dutch Shell plc.
  • Santos Ltd.
  • The Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc.
  • TOHO GAS Co., Ltd.
  • Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc.
  • Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.
  • Total S.A.
  • Woodside Energy Ltd.
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