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LNG Industry to 2017 - Australia to Overtake Qatar as Global Market Leader in LNG Liquefaction Capacity Due to Recent Discoveries, Planned Projects and Investments

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LNG Industry to 2017 - Australia to Overtake Qatar as Global Market Leader in LNG Liquefaction Capacity Due to Recent Discoveries, Planned Projects and Investments

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GBI Research, a leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, "LNG Industry to 2017 - Australia to Overtake Qatar as Global Market Leader in LNG Liquefaction Capacity Due to Recent Discoveries, Planned Projects and Investments". The study, which is an offering from the company's energy research group, provides an indepth analysis of the global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) industry and highlights the various concerns, shifting trends and major players in each geographic region. The report provides forecasts for the liquefaction and regasification sectors of the LNG industry, of planned liquefaction and regasification terminals, and of planned major global LNG projects to 2017. The report also provides segmental forecasts of the global LNG market in different regions worldwide and highlights the major countries in the region. The report provides indepth analysis of the key trends and challenges for the LNG industry in the different regions. An analysis of the Floating Liquefied Natural Gas (FLNG) is also provided.Scope

- Overview of the global LNG industry, covering the trends, challenges and economics,as well as providing a geographic analysis as well as a competitive analysis of the industry to 2017

- Global LNG industry capacity, demand, imports and exports, and trade movements

- Planned projects during the 2012–2017 period

- Analysis of the FLNG industry

- Analysis of major LNG exporters and importers

- Segmental forecasts of the global LNG market until 2017 in different regions worldwide,highlighting the major countries in the region

Reasons to buy

- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the global LNG industry.

- Identify opportunities and challenges in the global LNG industry.

- Understand the regional LNG markets worldwide and the current and projected plans of the key LNG companies operating in those regions.

- Increase future revenues and profitability with the help of insights into the future opportunities and critical success factors in the global LNG industry.

- Benchmark your operations and strategies against the major players in the global LNG industry.

1 Table of Contents1 Table of Contents 71.1 List of Tables 91.2 List of Figures 112 Introduction 133 Global LNG Industry to 2017 143.1 LNG Liquefaction and Regasification Capacity to 2017 153.1.1 LNG Liquefaction Capacity to 2017 153.1.2 LNG Regasification Capacity to 2017 173.2 LNG Demand and Supply Scenario 193.3 LNG Exports and Imports 203.3.1 Major LNG Exporters 203.3.2 Major LNG Importers 223.4 FLNG Industry, Global to 2017 233.5 LNG Industry, Planned Projects, 2012-2020 273.6 LNG Pricing Mechanism 344 Global LNG Industry - Key Trends And Challenges 384.1 Australia Expected to be a Dominant Country Globally in Terms of LNG Exports in the Coming Years 384.2 Southeast Asian Countries Expected to Witness a Rise in its LNG Regasification Terminals as a Result of Increased LNG Trade 384.3 Japan Expected to Significantly Raise Its LNG Imports and Consumption after Its Nuclear Crisis 384.4 Indian Exports of LNG to Neighboring Pakistan Expected to be Restricted as Import Costs Render it Commercially Unfeasible 394.5 Recent Technological Advancements Prove FLNG is a Feasible Option to Access Isolated Offshore Gas Fields 394.6 Global Capital Expenditure Expected to be Led by Australian Investments in LNG Liquefaction Projects Over the Next Five Years 394.7 A Change in Japanese Pricing Strategy Could Pose Some Risk to Australian LNG Exports in the Short-term 404.8 Major New Gas Discoveries in Offshore East Africa Will See the Emergence of the Region as a New LNG Export Hub 404.9 Geographically Challenging Arctic Region Expected to Be a Key Natural Gas and LNG Producer in the Future due to its Substantial Natural Gas Reserve Potential 414.10 Elimination of Tax Benefits to the LNG Industry in Australia Could Potentially Harm the Industry's Rapid Growth 425 Global LNG Industry - Geographic Analysis 435.1 LNG Industry in Asia-Pacific to 2017 455.2 LNG Industry In Europe To 2017 525.3 LNG Industry in Middle East and Africa to 2017 575.4 LNG Industry in North America to 2017 615.5 LNG Industry in South and Central America to 2017 676 Global LNG Industry - Country Analysis 716.1 Major LNG Exporting Countries 716.1.1 Qatar 716.1.2 Malaysia 746.1.3 Indonesia 776.1.4 Australia 816.1.5 Nigeria 846.2 Major LNG Importing Countries 876.2.1 Japan 876.2.2 Republic of Korea 906.2.3 The United Kingdom 936.2.4 Spain 966.2.5 China 997 Global LNG Industry - Competitive Analysis 1037.1 LNG Industry in Asia-Pacific - Competitive Analysis 1057.1.1 Asia-Pacific - LNG Liquefaction 1057.1.2 Asia-Pacific - LNG Regasification 1077.2 LNG Industry in Europe - Competitive Analysis 1097.2.1 Europe - LNG Liquefaction 1097.2.2 Europe - LNG Regasification 1117.3 LNG Industry in Middle East and Africa - Competitive Analysis 1137.3.1 Middle East and Africa - LNG Liquefaction 1137.3.2 Middle East and Africa - LNG Regasification 1157.4 LNG Industry in North America - Competitive Analysis 1177.4.1 LNG Liquefaction Capacity North America 1177.4.2 North America - LNG Regasification 1197.5 LNG Industry in South and Central America - Competitive Analysis 1217.5.1 South and Central America - LNG Liquefaction 1217.5.2 South and Central America - LNG Regasification 1238 Appendix 1258.1 Market Definition 1258.2 Abbreviations 1258.3 Bibliography 1268.4 Methodology 1268.4.1 Coverage 1268.4.2 Secondary Research 1268.4.3 Primary Research 1278.4.4 Expert Panel Validation 1278.5 Contact Us 1278.6 Disclaimer 127

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: LNG Industry, Global, Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 16Table 2: LNG Industry, Global, Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 18Table 3: LNG Industry, Global, Trade (Million Tons), 2003-2011 20Table 4: LNG Industry, Global, Top Five LNG Exporters by Long-Term LNG Contracted Capacity (Million Tons), 2011 21Table 5: LNG Industry, Global, Top Five LNG Importers by Long-term LNG Contracted Capacity, (Million Tons), 2011 22Table 6: FLNG Industry, Global, LNG Liquefaction Capacity by Country (Million Tons), 2012-2017 23Table 7: FLNG Industry, Global, LNG Liquefaction Capacity by Terminals (Million Tons), 2013-2017 23Table 8: FLNG Industry, Global, LNG Regasification Capacity by Country (Million Tons), 2011-2017 24Table 9: FLNG Industry, Global, LNG Regasification Capacity by Terminals (Million Tons), 2011-2017 25Table 10: LNG Industry, Global, Planned Liquefaction and Regasification Terminals, 2012-2020 27Table 11: LNG Industry, Import Prices by Source Countries, Japan ($/ton), 2003-2011 35Table 12: LNG Industry, Import Prices by Source Countries, Republic of Korea ($/Ton), 2003-2011 36Table 13: LNG Industry, Import Prices by Source Countries, Spain ($/Ton), 2003-2011 37Table 14: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 46Table 15: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 48Table 16: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Planned Liquefaction Terminals by Capacity (Million Tons), 2012-2017 49Table 17: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Planned Regasification Terminals by Capacity (Million Tons), 2012-2017 50Table 18: LNG Industry, Europe, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 53Table 19: LNG Industry, Europe, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 55Table 20: LNG Industry, Europe, Planned Liquefaction Terminals by Capacity (Million Tons), 2012-2017 55Table 21: LNG Industry, Europe, Planned Regasification Terminals by Capacity (Million Tons), 2012-2017 56Table 22: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 58Table 23: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 59Table 24: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Planned Liquefaction Terminals by Capacity (Million Tons), 2012-2017 60Table 25: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Planned Regasification Terminals by Capacity (Million Tons), 2012-2017 60Table 26: LNG Industry, North America, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 62Table 27: LNG Industry, North America, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 64Table 28: LNG Industry, North America, Planned Liquefaction Terminals, 2012-2020 65Table 29: LNG Industry, North America, Planned Regasification Terminals, 2012-2017 66Table 30: LNG Industry, South and Central America, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 68Table 31: LNG Industry, South and Central America, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 70Table 32: LNG Industry, South and Central America, Planned Regasification Terminals, 2012-2017 70Table 33: LNG Industry, Key Statistics, Qatar, 2011 71Table 34: LNG Industry, Planned Liquefaction Terminals, Qatar, 2012-2017 71Table 35: LNG Industry, Qatar, Exports (Million Tons), 2003-2011 72Table 36: LNG Industry, Qatar, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 73Table 37: LNG Industry, Key Statistics, Malaysia, 2011 74Table 38: LNG Industry, Planned Liquefaction Terminals, Malaysia, 2012-2017 74Table 39: LNG Industry, Malaysia, Exports (Million Tons), 2003-2011 74Table 40: LNG Industry, Malaysia, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 76Table 41: LNG Industry, Key Statistics, Indonesia, 2011 77Table 42: LNG Industry, Planned Liquefaction Terminals, Indonesia, 2012-2018 77Table 43: LNG Industry, Indonesia, Exports (Million Tons), 2003-2011 78Table 44: LNG Industry, Indonesia, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 80Table 45: LNG Industry, Key Statistics, Australia, 2011 81Table 46: LNG Industry, Planned Liquefaction Terminals, Australia, 2012-2018 81Table 47: LNG Industry, Australia, Exports (Million Tons), 2003-2011 82Table 48: LNG Industry, Australia, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 83Table 49: LNG Industry, Key Statistics, Nigeria, 2011 84Table 50: LNG Industry, Nigeria, Exports (Million Tons), 2003-2011 84Table 51: LNG Industry, Nigeria, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 86Table 52: LNG Industry, Key Statistics, Japan, 2011 87Table 53: LNG Industry, Planned Regasification Terminals, Japan, 2012-2017 87Table 54: LNG Industry, Japan, Imports (Million Tons), 2003-2011 88Table 55: LNG Industry, Japan, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 90Table 56: LNG Industry, Key Statistics, Republic of Korea, 2011 91Table 57: LNG Industry, Planned Regasification Terminals, Republic of Korea, 2012-2017 91Table 58: LNG Industry, Republic of Korea, Imports (Million Tons), 2003-2011 91Table 59: LNG Industry, Republic of Korea, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 93Table 60: LNG Industry, The UK, Key Statistics, 2011 93Table 61: LNG Industry, The UK, Planned Regasification Terminals, 2012-2017 94Table 62: LNG Industry, The UK, Imports, Million Tons, 2005-2011 94Table 63: LNG Industry, The UK, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity, (Million Tons), 2005-2017 95Table 64: LNG Industry, Spain, Key Statistics, 2011 96Table 65: LNG Industry, Spain, Planned Regasification Terminals, 2012-2017 96Table 66: LNG Industry, Spain, Imports, Million Tons, 2003-2011 97Table 67: LNG Industry, Spain, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 98Table 68: LNG Industry, Key Statistics, China, 2011 99Table 69: LNG Industry, Planned Regasification Terminals, China, 2012-2017 99Table 70: LNG Industry, China, Imports (Million Tons), 2000-2011 100Table 71: LNG Industry, China, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 102Table 72: LNG Industry, Global, Top 10 Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2011 103Table 73: LNG Industry, Global, Top 10 Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2011 104Table 74: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 106Table 75: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Top Five Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 108Table 76: LNG Industry, Europe, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 110Table 77: LNG Industry, Europe, Top Five Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 112Table 78: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 114Table 79: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Top Four Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 116Table 80: LNG Industry, North America, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 118Table 81: LNG Industry, North America, Top Five Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 120Table 82: LNG Industry, South and Central America, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 122Table 83: LNG Industry, South and Central America, Top Five Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 124

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: LNG Industry, Global, Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 15Figure 2: LNG Industry, Global, Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 17Figure 3: LNG Industry, Global, Trade (Million Tons), 2003-2011 19Figure 4: LNG Industry, Global, Share of LNG Liquefaction Capacity By Region (%), 2011 43Figure 5: LNG Industry, Global, Share of LNG Regasification Capacity By Region (%), 2011 44Figure 6: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 45Figure 7: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 47Figure 8: LNG Industry, Europe, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 52Figure 9: LNG Industry, Europe, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 54Figure 10: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 57Figure 11: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 59Figure 12: LNG Industry, North America, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 61Figure 13: LNG Industry, North America, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 63Figure 14: LNG Industry, South and Central America, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 67Figure 15: LNG Industry, South and Central America, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 69Figure 16: LNG Industry, Qatar, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 72Figure 17: LNG Industry, Malaysia, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 75Figure 18: LNG Industry, Indonesia, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 79Figure 19: LNG Industry, Australia, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 82Figure 20: LNG Industry, Nigeria, Contracted and Non-contracted Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 85Figure 21: LNG Industry, Japan, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 89Figure 22: LNG Industry, Republic of Korea, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 92Figure 23: LNG Industry, The UK, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2005-2017 95Figure 24: LNG Industry, Spain, Contracted and Non-contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 97Figure 25: LNG Industry, China, Contracted and Non-Contracted Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 101Figure 26: LNG Industry, Global, Share of Top 10 Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (%), 2011 103Figure 27: LNG Industry, Global, Share of Top 10 Companies by Regasification Capacity (%), 2011 104Figure 28: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 105Figure 29: LNG Industry, Asia-Pacific, Top Five Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 107Figure 30: LNG Industry, Europe, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 109Figure 31: LNG Industry, Europe, Top Five Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 111Figure 32: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 113Figure 33: LNG Industry, Middle East and Africa, Top Four Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 115Figure 34: LNG Industry, North America, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 117Figure 35: LNG Industry, North America, Top Five Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 119Figure 36: LNG Industry, South and Central America, Top Five Companies by Liquefaction Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 121Figure 37: LNG Industry, South and Central America, Top Five Companies by Regasification Capacity (Million Tons), 2000-2017 123

Companies mentioned

BP Plc

Cheniere Energy Partners, L.P.

Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.

Elengy

Enagas S.A.

Korea Gas Corporation

Malaysia LNG Dua Sdn. Bhd.

Nigeria LNG Limited

Osaka Gas Company

PT Arun NGL Co.

PT Badak NGL

Qatar Petroleum

Sakhalin Energy Investment Company Ltd

Sempra Energy

Sonatrach

South Hook LNG Terminal Company Ltd

The Tokyo Electric Power Company, Inc.

Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.

Ras Laffan Liquefied Natural Gas Company Limited

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