NRG Expert Global Natural Gas Report Ed 1 2012

This NRG Expert report provides the most fully comprehensive global study of the global Natural Gas Market and its future development. This report is a total and complete analysis of the global Natural Gas market.

Carbon reduction commitments and low gas prices have made natural gas more attractive as a fuel for power generation and transportation. Traditionally, natural gas was flared as a waste product of the oil industry. Now, natural gas is a viable alternative to coal as a cleaner fuel for power generation and a cheaper fuel than oil for transportation in some sectors. Furthermore, natural gas liquids are increasingly replacing products from oil in the production of petrochemicals, especially ethane for naphtha.


Key reasons to purchase this research

• Gain a clear global understanding of the gas industry.
• Understand the future direction of the market and its potential.
• The advantages of natural gas.
• Insight into the industry at a country level and who are the major players.


What’s in this report?

• Natural gas prices, supply and future directions for the market
• Potential of unconventional uses of natural gas and NGLs
• Coverage of the natural gas markets at a country-level
• An in-depth analysis of the major independent and state-controlled natural gas players
• The major players in the global and country markets
• The market at a global and country level
• Plus much more including forms of natural gas for transportation and natural gas reserves.


Table of contents

1. Summary
2. 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 different methods of calculating reserves
    Calculations to determine reserve values
        The volumetric method
        Decline curve analysis
        External factors affecting reserves
3. Supply and demand
    Gas Exporting Countries Forum
4. Unconventional natural gas
5. Imports and exports
6. Pipelines and piped gas
    North America
        Denali pipeline
    South and Central America
    Europe
        Southern Corridor
        Nabucco
        White Stream
        Gazprom pipelines
    CIS
    Africa
    Asia Pacific
    Middle East
7. Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
8. Compressed natural gas (CNG) and transportation
9. Natural gas liquids (NGLs)
10. Natural Gas-to-Liquid (NGL)
11. Natural gas advantages
12. Natural gas prices
13. Long-term demand
14. Countries
North America
    Canada
    Mexico
    USA
Europe and Eurasia
Europe
    Austria
    Belgium
    Luxembourg
    Bulgaria
    Croatia
    Czech Republic
    Denmark
    Estonia
    Finland
    France
    Germany
    Greece
    Hungary
    Ireland
    Italy
    Latvia
    Lithuania
    Macedonia
    Netherlands
    Norway
    Poland
    Portugal
    Romania
    Serbia
    Slovakia
    Slovenia
    Spain
    Sweden
    Switzerland
    Turkey
    United Kingdom
CIS countries
    Armenia
    Azerbaijan
    Belarus
    Bosnia & Herzegovina
    Georgia
    Kazakhstan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Moldova
    Russia
    Tajikistan
    Turkmenistan
    Ukraine
    Uzbekistan
Middle East
    Bahrain
    Iran
    Iraq
    Israel
    Jordan
    Kuwait
    Lebanon
    Oman
    Qatar
    Saudi Arabia
    Syria
    United Arab Emirates (UAE)
    Yemen
South & Central America
    Argentina
    Bolivia
    Brazil
    Chile
    Colombia
    Dominican Republic
    Ecuador
    Peru
    Puerto Rico
    Trinidad & Tobago
    Uruguay
    Venezuela
Asia Pacific
    Australia
    Bangladesh
    Brunei
    China
    East Timor
    Hong Kong
    India
    Indonesia
    Japan
    Malaysia
    Myanmar
    New Zealand
    Pakistan
    Papua New Guinea
    Philippines
    Singapore
    South Korea
    Taiwan
    Thailand
    Vietnam
Africa
North Africa
    Algeria
    Egypt
    Libya
    Morocco
    Tunisia
Sub-Saharan Africa
    Equatorial New Guinea
    Ghana
    Mozambique
    Namibia
    Nigeria
    South Africa
15. Companies
    Four majors
    Supermajors
        BP
        Chevron
        ConocoPhillips
        ExxonMobil
        Shell
        Total
    Other significant natural gas producing companies
        Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
        Apache Energy
        BG Group
        Chesapeake Energy
        Devon Energy
        Eni
        EOG Resources
        Occidental Petroleum
        Sasol
        Statoil
        Williams
    Two main state controlled, national oil and gas companies
        Gazprom
        Qatargas
    Other state companies
        Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)
        Egypt General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC)
        Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS)
        Iraq National Oil Company (INOC)
        Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC)
        National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC)
        National Oil Corporation Libya (NOC)
        Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)
        PetroChina
        Petronas
        Petróleos de Venezuela (PVDSA)
        Saudi Aramco
        Sonatrach
        Yemen Gas Company
        Key companies in major importing countries
        CNOOC
        Kogas
        LNG Japan Corporation
        Sinopec (China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation)
16. Sources

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