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World LNG Market Forecast 2013-2017

February 10, 2014

LONDON, Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — Reportbuyer.com just published a new market research report:

World LNG Market Forecast 2013-2017


LNG Capital Expenditure to Double

A strong recovery in expenditure on LNG facilities now underway worldwide driven by a growing demand for natural gas. The new eighth edition of “World LNG Market Forecast” expects that global Capex will total nearly $228bn during the 2013-2017 period, an increase of 109% over the preceding five years.

The spending surge includes capital expenditure on base-load onshore and offshore fixed LNG liquefaction, LNG carriers and LNG regasification via both onshore and offshore fixed import terminals.

Report author, Michelle Gomez, commented, “Activity over the next five years is underpinned by huge financial commitments to both liquefaction projects and gas import facilities. The liquefaction developments will drive expenditure, with Australasia and North America playing a fundamental role in bringing new supply into the international market.”

“Spend will peak in 2015 and decline slightly in 2016 and 2017. This is due to the surge of Australian LNG export projects reaching completion. The decline is, however, offset to some extent by significant growth in most other regions, particularly Eastern Europe & FSU, Africa and Asia. Liquefaction developments will contribute $143bn (63%) of forecast Capex. Import terminals’ spend will grow and total $50bn (22%). Gas carrier expenditure will increase at a CAGR of 25% and total $35bn (15% of forecast Capex.)”

Key themes

The report details LNG trends by region and facility type, supported by analysis and insight from strategy teams within shipping companies, contractors, shipbuilders, oil & gas operators, gas utilities and financial institutions.

Essential reading for companies associated with the LNG industry and potential entrants, the report focuses on:

An overview of the industry – the LNG chain, major players, contracting practices, spot cargoes and pricing.
Supply & demand – outlook, pricing, applications, regional gas & LNG markets and unconventional gas: threat or a feedstock for LNG.
Supply chain and contractors – EPC contractor market share analysis, construction, liquefaction technology market and regasification.
Transportation – LNG carriers, their design and containment systems & propulsion; plus a review of shipyards.
Offshore LNG – receiving & liquefaction terminals and regasification.


Table of Contents

1. Summary and Conclusions

– Summary
– Conclusions

2. The LNG Industry

– The LNG Chain
– LNG Contracting Practices
– Short Term Trade

3. LNG Demand and Supply

– Gas Demand & Supply
– Regional Gas and LNG Markets
– Gas Supply: Australian Projects in Progress
– LNG Supply Outlook
– Unconventional Gas: Threat to LNG
– Unconventional Gas: A Feedstock for LNG
– LNG Demand Outlook
– Applications for LNG: Drivers
– Applications for LNG: Transportation Fuel
– Future Outlook for LNG Prices

4. Supply Chain and Contractors

– The LNG Supply Chain
– EPC Contractor: Market Share Analysis
– LNG Construction
– LNG Liquefaction
– Liquefaction Technology Market
– LNG Regasification

5. LNG Transportation

– LNG Carrier Fleet
– LNG Carrier Designs: Containment System
– LNG Carrier Designs: Containment & Propulsion
– LNG Carrier Shipbuilders

6. LNG Transportation

– Offshore Receiving & Liquefaction
– Offshore Receiving & Liquefaction Terminals

7. Market Forecast

– Methodology

8. Appendix

– Import Prospects
– Liquefaction Prospects
– Carrier Prospects
– Data and Text Conventions



Figures

– Figure 1: Global Capex on LNG Facilities by Type 2008-2017
– Figure 2: Global Capex on LNG Facilities by Region 2008-2017
– Figure 3: Process Diagram of the LNG chain
– Figure 4: Typical LNG Business Models
– Figure 5: Tolling Agreement Model
– Figure 6: Shipping Terms
– Figure 7: Spot & Short-Term LNG Trade
– Figure 8: Global Gas Production
– Figure 9: Natural Gas Major Trade Movements 2012
– Figure 10: LNG Export Capacity by Country and by Region
– Figure 11: US Unconventional Gas Production & LNG Imports
– Figure 12: China Unconventional Natural Gas Production
– Figure 13: Australian CBM production
– Figure 14: US Shale and Tight Gas production
– Figure 15: LNG Demand Outlook
– Figure 16: Starting capacity by New Importers of LNG
– Figure 17: Permissible Sulphur Content Emission Caps
– Figure 18: Emission Controlled Areas
– Figure 19: LNG Supply and Demand 2000-2017
– Figure 20: Historic Gas Prices 2000-2012
– Figure 21: LNG Supply Chain
– Figure 22: Contractor Market Share of Installed Facilities for Respective Period
– Figure 23: EPC Cost for Liquefaction Terminals 2000-2017
– Figure 24: Propane Pre-Cooled Dual Mixed Refrigerant Process
– Figure 25: Liquefaction Technology Market Share
– Figure 26: LNG Import Terminal Schematic
– Figure 27: Submerged Combustion Vapouriser (Closed Loop)
– Figure 28: Development of the LNG Carrier Fleet
– Figure 29: LNG Carrier Fleet by Class
– Figure 30: Vessel Owners & Fleet Specifications
– Figure 31: Current Fleet by Containment System
– Figure 32: Membrane System Tank
– Figure 33: Typical Moss Layout
– Figure 34: SPB System
– Figure 35: Operational Fleet Propulsion System
– Figure 36: Newbuilds Propulsion System
– Figure 37: Shipyard Orders 2000-2013
– Figure 38: Average Vessel Cost for 135,000 – 165,000m3 Capacity Carriers
– Figure 39: Offshore Stranded Gas Reserves
– Figure 40: Floating LNG Projects
– Figure 41: Global Capex on LNG Facilities by Type 2008-2017
– Figure 42: Global Capex on LNG Facilities by Region 2008-2017
– Figure 43: Capex on LNG Liquefaction Terminals by Region 2013-2017
– Figure 44: Total Liquefaction Capacity Installed and Forecast 2008-2017
– Figure 45: Liquefaction Capex – New Developments and Expansion Projects
– Figure 46: Liquefaction Terminals Cost Segmentation
– Figure 47: Expenditure on LNG Carriers in Asia 2008-2017
– Figure 48: Capex on LNG Import Terminals by Region 2008-2017
– Figure 49: Import Capex – New Developments and Expansion Projects
– Figure 50: Import Terminals Cost Segmentation
– Figure 51: Capex on LNG Facilities in Africa by Type 2008-2017
– Figure 52: Capex on LNG Facilities in Asia by Type 2008-2017
– Figure 53: Capex on LNG Facilities in Australasia by Type 2008-2017
– Figure 54: Capex on LNG Facilities in Eastern Europe & FSU by Type 2008-2017
– Figure 55: Capex on LNG Facilities in Latin America by Type 2008-2017
– Figure 56: Capex on LNG Facilities in Middle East by Type 2007-2016
– Figure 57: Capex on LNG Facilities in North America by Type 2008-2017
– Figure 58: Capex on LNG Facilities in Western Europe by Type 2008-2017
– Figure 59: Conversion Tables



Tables

– Table 1: Carrier Propulsion Systems
– Table 2: Global Capex on LNG Facilities by Type 2013-2017
– Table 3: Global Capex on LNG Facilities by Region 2013-2017
– Table 4: Capex on LNG Liquefaction Terminals by Region 2013-2017
– Table 5: LNG Liquefaction Capacity Coming Onstream 2013-2017
– Table 6: Total Liquefaction Capacity Forecast 2013-2017
– Table 7: Liquefaction Capex – New Developments and Expansion Projects
– Table 8: Liquefaction Capacity – New Developments and Expansion Projects
– Table 9: Capex on LNG Liquefaction Terminals by Region 2013-2017
– Table 10: Expenditure on LNG Carriers by Shipbuilder Region 2013-2017
– Table 11: No. Of Newbuilds by Shipbuilder Region 2013-2017
– Table 12: Capex on LNG Import Terminals by Region 2013-2017
– Table 13: LNG Import Capacity Coming Onstream 2013-2017
– Table 14: Import Capex – New Developments and Expansion Projects
– Table 15: Import Capacity – New Developments and Expansion Projects
– Table 16: Import Terminals Cost Segmentation
– Table 17: Capex on LNG Facilities in Africa by Type 2013-2017
– Table 18: Capex on LNG Facilities in Asia by Type 2013-2017
– Table 19: Capex on LNG Facilities in Australasia by Type 2013-2017
– Table 20: Capex on LNG Facilities in Eastern Europe & FSU by Type 2013-2017
– Table 21: Capex on LNG Facilities in Latin America by Type 2013-2017
– Table 22: Capex on LNG Facilities in Middle East by Type 2013-2017
– Table 23: Capex on LNG Facilities in North America by Type 2013-2017
– Table 24: Capex on LNG Facilities in Western Europe by Type 2013-2017
– Table 25: Import Prospects
– Table 26: Liquefaction Prospects
– Table 27: Carrier Prospects


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World LNG Market Forecast 2013-2017
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