NRG Expert Global Gas Deregulation – Market Research Report

NRG Expert has produced a report which analyses the impact of deregulation on the natural gas industry.

Carbon reduction commitments and low gas prices have made natural gas increasingly attractive for power generation and transportation. But in emerging economies such as China and India domestic natural gas supply has not been able to meet growth in demand. To speed up the development of the natural gas industry, governments are therefore encouraging gas privatisation and deregulation.

This in-depth market research report by NRG Expert contains a country by country analysis of the impact of deregulation and privatisation on global natural gas prices, natural gas consumption, gas regulations and natural gas supply and demand now and in the future.


Key reasons to purchase this research

• Gain a clear understanding of gas regulations and rules.
• Understand the impact of deregulation on natural gas supply and demand.
• Analyse gas prices and natural gas companies.
• Design business strategies by understanding the trends in the natural gas industry.
• Understand the gas privatisation opportunities.
• Assess the impact of changes in gas regulations and rules.
• Prepare market forecasts using our gas deregulation market research and data.


What’s in this report?

This gas deregulation market research report contains the following natural gas analysis and data:
• Overview of the state of the gas sector
• World survey of gas privatisation and gas deregulation
• Coverage of gas privatisation and gas deregulation at the country and regional-level
• Overview of the principal natural gas companies by country
• Impact of deregulation and privatisation on gas prices, natural gas consumption, production and gas regulation
• Analysis of private sector involvement
• Deregulation of electricity and gas timetable and more.


Table of contents

1. Executive Summary – Market research analysis of the natural gas industry
    Overview – Impact of gas deregulation and gas privatisation
2. The gas sector
    Overview
3. World survey of gas privatisation and deregulation
4. Europe
    Overview
    Western Europe
        Austria
        Belgium
        Cyprus
        France
        Germany
        Greece
        Ireland
        Italy
        Luxembourg
        Malta
        Netherlands
        Portugal
        Spain
        Switzerland
        Turkey
        United Kingdom
    Nordic Countries
        Denmark
        Finland
        Norway
        Sweden
    Central Europe
        Bosnia Herzegovina
        Bulgaria
        Croatia
        Czech Republic
        Hungary
        Macedonia
        Poland
        Romania
        Serbia
        Slovak Republic
        Slovenia
    The Baltic States
        Overview
        Estonia
        Latvia
        Lithuania
5. CIS
    Armenia
    Azerbaijan
    Belarus
    Georgia
    Kazakhstan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Moldova
    Russia
    Tajikistan
    Turkmenistan
    Ukraine
    Uzbekistan
6. Southeast Asia (ASEAN)
    Developed Economies
        Japan
        Korea, South
        Taiwan
    Developing Economies
        China
        Brunei
        Indonesia
        Malaysia
        Myanmar
        Philippines
        Singapore
        Thailand
        Vietnam
7. Indian Sub-Continent
    Bangladesh
    India
    Pakistan
8. Asia Pacific
    Australia
    New Zealand
    Papua New Guinea
9. North America
    Overview
    United States
    Canada
    Mexico
10. South America and the Caribbean
    Overview
    Argentina
    Bolivia
    Brazil
    Chile
    Colombia
    Dominican Republic
    Ecuador
    Peru
    Puerto Rico
    Trinidad and Tobago
    Uruguay
    Venezuela
11. Middle East
    Bahrain
    Iran
    Iraq
    Israel
    Jordan
    Kuwait
    Lebanon
    Oman
    Qatar
    Saudi Arabia
    Syria
    United Arab Emirates
    Yemen
12. Africa
    Overview
    Algeria
    Angola
    Egypt
    Equatorial Guinea
    Ghana
    Libya
    Morocco
    Nigeria
    South Africa
Tunisia
13. Glossary
14. Sources

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