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液化天然ガス(LNG)設備市場 2015-2025年:大規模液化と再ガス化陸上施設への設備投資(CAPEX)と主要企業展望
Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Infrastructure Market 2015-2025 CAPEX on Large-Scale Onshore Liquefaction & Regasification and Prospects for Leading Companies
■商品番号 visiongaindec16 ■出版日 2014-12-16
■出版社 ビジョンゲイン ■ページ数 225
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レポート概要
この調査レポートは、世界の液化天然ガス(LNG)の液化と再ガス化設備市場を調査し、2025年までの市場予測を行っています。

主な調査内容(目次より抜粋)
1. レポート概観
2. 液化と再ガス化向け大規模陸上施設市場
3. 世界の液化と再ガス化向け大規模陸上施設市場市場
4. 世界の液化天然ガス液化市場(大規模オンショア) 2015-2025年
5. 世界の天然ガス再ガス化市場(大規模オンショア) 2015-2025年
6. 世界の大規模液化天然ガス(LNG)陸上施設市場 2015-2025年
7. 専門家の見解
8. 大規模液化天然ガス(LNG)陸上施設市場における主要企業

対象国/地域
オーストラリア(液化)
カナダ(液化)
東アフリカ(液化)
ロシア(液化)
東南アジア(液化)
米国(液化)
中国(再ガス化)
欧州(再ガス化)
日本(再ガス化)
韓国(再ガス化)

Report Details


There are a number of exciting LNG liquefaction prospects around the world in 2015, both under construction and prospective. The question is whether the demand of East Asia is strong enough to support the economics of an abundant supply of liquefaction opportunities. This report tackles that question, forecasting the feasibility and likelihood of further liquefaction and regasification investment around the world. In doing so, it makes judgement calls about individual projects under construction and in planning; both in terms of the EPC costs and how likely they are to proceed. As more LNG infrastructure is constructed, an increasingly complex global LNG trade is evolving; one that is becoming ever more important to the shape of the global energy industry. Visiongain assesses that capital expenditure on the development of large-scale onshore LNG liquefaction and regasification terminals will reach $57.3bn in 2015.

The construction of large-scale onshore liquefaction and regasification terminals is a function of the development of the global LNG industry. Investment in such infrastructure is dictated by unique supply and demand circumstances in different geographies, such as the US unconventional oil and gas boom and the future of Japanese nuclear power generation. Our report assesses upstream asset viability, infrastructure EPC costs and demand-side outlook to anticipate the market direction.

Overall, this is a market headed for lower levels of investment in the coming years as the very large, but over budget, Australian liquefaction projects are completed.

The report is divided into two distinct global markets: expenditure on (a) liquefaction and (b) regasification facilities. These global markets are further divided by the most important spaces for infrastructure investment. Detailed tables of all in operation, under construction and planned facilities are also provided and a companies chapter examines the LNG portfolio of the leading equity shareholders of LNG capacity, as well as detailing other leading stakeholders within the industry.

This report will be of value to anyone who wants to better understand the industry and its dynamics. It will be useful for stakeholders already involved in the LNG industry, or for those wishing to understand and appreciate the trajectory and state-of-play of an industry of growing importance to the global energy industry.

Why you should buy Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Infrastructure Market 2015-2025: CAPEX on Large-Scale Onshore Liquefaction & Regasification and Prospects for Leading Companies

What are the future trends for investment in large-scale onshore LNG infrastructure, both liquefaction and regasification, over the next ten years? How will infrastructure spending in demand markets, such as China, change as the natural gas demand dynamics of these nations evolve. How will supply-side liquefaction terminal economics be affected by the end of a very supply tight LNG market? Is there the potential for more LNG delivery contracts to be priced on a hub system and how might this affect investment in infrastructure? What projects are in operation, under construction and planned and what are the core attributes (e.g. EPC cost) and statuses of these projects? Who are the leading stakeholders in the ownership, operatorship, construction of and buying from onshore LNG infrastructure? Visiongain’s comprehensive report contains both quantitative and qualitative analysis, delivering solid conclusions that benefit your understanding of the industry and illustrate new opportunities. This definitive report will benefit your decision making and help to direct your future business strategy.

Within our 225 page report, we guarantee you will receive the following vital information:

" View capital expenditure forecasts, as well as analysis, for the expenditure on the development and expansion of onshore LNG infrastructure for the years 2014 through 2025. This is to keep your knowledge ahead of your competition and ensure you exploit key business opportunities.
- Capital expenditure forecasts are provided by market space and by liquefaction and regasification infrastructure, allowing you to anticipate how the character of the demand- and supply-side of the LNG market will evolve over the upcoming 10 years.
- As well as market forecasts for the years 2014 through 2025, our new study includes project tables of all large-scale onshore LNG infrastructure  both liquefaction and regasification  in operation, under construction and planned.
- The provision of original and in-depth critical analysis that reveals key insight about the trajectory of spending on infrastructure.

" Why struggle to find key market data? Why miss crucial information? Our comprehensive report provides instant market insight:
- The provision of original and in-depth critical analysis reveals key insight about the trajectory of spending on onshore LNG infrastructure.
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" Our report provides 120 tables, charts, and graphs.
- Let our analysts present you with a thorough assessment of the current and future prospects for investment in large-scale onshore LNG infrastructure.
- A detailed table of all large-scale onshore LNG liquefaction facilities around the world in operation, under construction and planned.
- A detailed table of all large-scale onshore LNG regasification facilities around the world in operation, under construction and planned.
- An assessment of the viability and economics of floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessels (both LNG Floating Production Storage (LNG FPSOs) and Offloading and Floating Storage and Regasification Units (FSRUs)) versus onshore terminals  when and why are they competitive?
- PEST analysis of the political, economic, social and technological factors affecting the market.

" See an exclusive interview with Cheniere Energy
- By reading the full transcript of an exclusive expert opinion interview contained in the report you will keep up to speed with what is really happening in the industry. Don’t fall behind. You will gain a thorough knowledge of the current situation and potential development of the LNG industry you will find strategic advantages for your work and will learn how your organisation can benefit  allowing you to assess prospects for investments and sales.

" Discover capital expenditure forecasts for infrastructure development  both liquefaction and regasification  from 2015-2025
- What are the key trends and factors affecting spending on new liquefaction infrastructure?
- What factors dictate this investment?
- How are the economics of terminals shaping up?
- What is the interplay between expenditure on regasification terminals and liquefaction capacity?
- How are demand markets for LNG most likely to evolve, and why?
- Use our forecasts and expert analysis to grow your business and give you more industry insight.

" Understand the prospects for the leading national and regional spaces where LNG infrastructure is being constructed,
- You will gain from our analyst’s industry expertise allowing you to demonstrate your authority on how the LNG industry will develop and which countries will most influence its trajectory in the following regions -
- Australia (Liquefaction)
- Canada (Liquefaction)
- East Africa (Liquefaction)
- Russia (Liquefaction)
- South East Asia (Liquefaction)
- US (Liquefaction)
- China (Regasification)
- Europe (Regasification)
- Japan (Regasification)
- South Korea (Regasification)

- And two separate ‘Rest of the World’ chapters for expenditure on both liquefaction and regasification terminals. These chapters include individual market outlooks for:
- Algeria
- Angola
- Egypt
- India
- Nigeria
- Qatar
- Trinidad & Tobago
- South America
- Singapore

" Portfolio Details & Analysis of the Leading Publicly Listed LNG Capacity Equity Shareholders:
- Our report analyses the LNG portfolios and outlook of the key publicly listed companies operating within the global LNG market, including:
- BG Group
- BP
- Cheniere Energy
- Chevron
- ConocoPhillips
- ExxonMobil
- Petronas
- Shell
- Total S.A.
- As well as profiles of the leading stakeholders in the LNG infrastructure industry

Discover Information found nowhere else in this independent assessment of the onshore LNG infrastructure market
The Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Infrastructure Market 2015-2025: CAPEX on Large-Scale Onshore Liquefaction & Regasification and Prospects for Leading Companies report provides impartial analysis. With the independent business intelligence found only in our work you will discover how the prospects for LNG  and associated infrastructure construction  will evolve and how your business strategy or advice needs to adapt. In particular, our new research provides you with key strategic advantages: our informed forecasts, independent and objective analysis, exclusive interviews and company profiles will provide you with that necessary edge, allowing you to gain ground over your competitors.

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What makes this report unique?
Visiongain consulted widely with leading industry experts and the full transcript from exclusive interview with Cheniere Energy is included in the report. Visiongain’s research methodology involves an exclusive blend of primary and secondary sources providing informed analysis. This methodology allows insight into the key drivers and restraints behind market dynamics and competitive developments. The report, therefore, presents an ideal balance of qualitative analysis combined with extensive quantitative data including global, national and regional markets forecasts for capital expenditure on the expansion or new-build construction of LNG liquefaction and regasification infrastructure from 2015-2025.

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Visiongain’s increasingly diverse sector coverage strengthens our research portfolio. The growing cross-sector convergence of key verticals and the interplay of game changing technologies across hitherto unrelated industries are creating new synergies, resulting in new business opportunities for you to leverage.

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Visiongain's report will be of value to anyone who wants to better understand the LNG market  specifically the infrastructure part of this industry  and its dynamics. It will be useful for businesses who wish to better comprehend the part of the market they are already involved in, or those wishing to enter or expand into a different regional or technical part of the evolving LNG value chain. As natural gas moves toward becoming the globe’s most used energy resource, the development of the LNG trade and, along with it, LNG infrastructure, is crucial.

You will discover forecasts for the period 2015-2025 in terms of capital expenditure on onshore large-scale liquefaction and regasification terminals, as well as detailed and extensive tables of all in operation, under construction and planned facilities. As such the report presents a picture of the future of the LNG trade and how this picture translates into future infrastructure investment. This translation is done through an assessment of project economics, upstream resources, resource location and demand-side dynamics. In addition to the global, regional and national forecasts of expenditure on infrastructure, you will receive profiles and analysis of the leading publicly-listed equity shareholders of liquefaction capacity.

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目次

Table of Contents

1. Report Overview
1.1 The LNG Infrastructure Market 2015-2025: Large-Scale Onshore Liquefaction & Regasification Terminals
1.2 Market Definition & Methodology
1.2.1 Market Definition
1.2.2 Methodology
1.3 Large-Scale Onshore LNG Infrastructure Report Structure
1.4 Why You Should Read This Report
1.5 How this Report Delivers
1.6 Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report Include:
1.7 Who is This Report For?
1.8 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1.9 Associated Visiongain Reports
1.10 About Visiongain

2. Introduction to the Large-Scale Onshore Liquefaction & Regasification Infrastructure Market
2.1 The Role and Function of LNG Infrastructure
2.2 What is Natural Gas Liquefaction?
2.3 What is LNG Regasification?
2.4 Brief History of LNG Infrastructure

3. Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction & Regasification Market
3.1 What is Shaping the Expansion of the Global LNG Trade?
3.1.1 Demand Side Factors
3.1.2 Supply-Side Drivers
3.1.3 Global LNG Market: Where Are We Now; Where Will We Be in 5 Years; Where Will We Be in 10 Years?
3.1.4 LNG Demand Forecasts
3.2 What Threats to LNG Demand Exist?
3.3 What Impact will Travel Distances Between Demand & Supply Have on the Development of the Global LNG Trade?
3.4 What Challenge Does Floating Liquefied Natural Gas Pose Onshore LNG Liquefaction Terminals?
3.4.1 The Economics
3.4.2 Regulatory/Tax Benefits and Development Timeframes
3.4.3 Flexibility
3.4.4 Overall Assessment
3.5 Energy Security as a Driver for LNG Infrastructure Development
3.6 The Economics of the LNG Trade versus Movement of Natural Gas via Pipelines
3.7 Can a Global LNG Spot Market Emerge?

4. The Global LNG Liquefaction Market (Large-Scale Onshore) 2015-2025
4.1 Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facilities in Operation, Under Construction or Planned
4.2 Australian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Market 2015-2025
4.2.1 Overall Drivers & Restraints on Australian LNG Liquefaction Investment
4.2.2 Capital Expenditure Analysis
4.2.3 What Are the Prospects for Brownfield Terminal Development?
4.2.4 Future Outlook for Australian LNG Infrastructure
4.2.5 Australian LNG Liquefaction Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
4.3 US Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Market 2015-2025
4.3.1 Overall Drivers & Restraints on US LNG Liquefaction Investment
4.3.2 Capital Expenditure Analysis
4.3.2.1 Drivers for Capital Expenditure
4.3.2.2 Restraints on Capital Expenditure
4.3.3 US Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Terminal Locations
4.3.4 US LNG Liquefaction Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
4.4 South East Asian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Market 2015-2025
4.4.1 Overall Drivers & Restraints on South East Asian LNG Liquefaction Investment
4.4.2 Brunei LNG Liquefaction Outlook
4.4.3 Indonesian LNG Liquefaction Outlook
4.4.3.1 A Domestic LNG Trade and the Shift Toward Natural Gas Consumption
4.4.4 Malaysian LNG Liquefaction Outlook
4.4.5 Papua New Guinea LNG Liquefaction Outlook
4.4.6 South East Asian LNG Liquefaction Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
4.5 Russian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Market 2015-2025
4.5.1 Russia Onshore Liquefaction Facilities and Prospects
4.5.2 Overall Drivers & Restraints on Russian LNG Liquefaction Investment
4.5.3 Russian LNG Liquefaction Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
4.6 Canadian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Market 2015-2025
4.6.1 Overall Drivers & Restraints on Canadian LNG Liquefaction Investment
4.6.2 Capital Expenditure Analysis
4.6.3 Canadian Onshore LNG Liquefaction Projects
4.6.4 Upstream Reserves
4.6.5 Pipeline Construction Costs
4.6.6 Greenfield Terminal Costs and Economics
4.6.7 Threats to LNG Liquefaction Terminal Investment
4.6.8 Canadian LNG Liquefaction Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
4.7 East Africa Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Market 2015-2025
4.7.1 Overall Drivers & Restraints on East African LNG Liquefaction Investment
4.7.2 Mozambique LNG Liquefaction Outlook
4.7.2.1 Upstream Assets Relevant to LNG Liquefaction Development
4.7.2.2 Anadarko’s LNG Plan: The Onshore Option
4.7.2.3 ENI’s FLNG Option
4.7.2.4 Mozambique Development Context & Tax Regime
4.7.2.5 Most Likely Scenario for Mozambique LNG Development
4.7.3 Tanzanian LNG Liquefaction Outlook
4.7.4 East African LNG Liquefaction Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
4.8 Rest of the World (RoW) Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Market 2015-2025
4.8.1 Egyptian Onshore LNG Liquefaction Prospects
4.8.2 Qatari Onshore LNG Liquefaction Prospects
4.8.3 Trinidad & Tobago Onshore LNG Prospects
4.8.4 Other Onshore LNG Liquefaction Market Outlooks
4.8.4.1 Algeria
4.8.4.2 Angola
4.8.4.3 Nigeria

5. The Global LNG Regasification Market (Large-Scale Onshore) 2015-2025
5.1 Large-Scale Regasification Terminals in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
5.2 Chinese Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Market 2015-2025
5.2.1 Overall Drivers and Restraints on the Chinese Onshore LNG Regasification Market
5.2.2 Drivers
5.2.3 Restraints
5.2.3.1 Domestic Supply  Shale Gas Development
5.2.3.2 Domestic Supply  Coalbed Methane Development
5.2.3.3 Domestic Supply  Tight Gas Development
5.2.3.4 Imports of Pipeline Gas
5.2.4 Chinese LNG Regasification Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
5.3 European Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Market 2015-2025
5.3.1 How Does the Ukraine Crisis Impact Future European LNG Demand?
5.3.2 The Impact of Gas Pipeline Developments on LNG Infrastructure Investment
5.3.3 The Economics of LNG Imports vs. Russian Gas
5.3.4 The FSRU Option  A Threat to Onshore Regasification in Europe?
5.3.5 What Will the Effect of UK North Sea Gas Declines be on Regasification Infrastructure?
5.3.6 Shale Gas Development Issues and their Relation to LNG Infrastructure Development
5.3.6.1 Poland
5.3.6.2 UK
5.3.6.3 Germany
5.3.7 Energy Security & Geo-Politics as a Driver of Regasification Infrastructure Development
5.3.8 A Shift to Natural Gas Power Generation?
5.3.9 Baltic States LNG Regasification Outlook
5.3.10 Italian LNG Regasification Terminal Outlook
5.3.11 Overall Drivers and Restraints on the European Onshore LNG Regasification Market
5.3.12 European LNG Regasification Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
5.4 Japanese Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Market 2015-2025
5.4.1 Overall Drivers and Restraints on the Japanese Onshore LNG Regasification Market
5.4.2 Capital Expenditure Analysis
5.4.3 Will Nuclear Power Generation Restart (and if so when)?
5.4.4 The Future of Coal Power Generation
5.4.5 How Has, and Will, the Japanese Economy Affect LNG Infrastructure Spending?
5.4.6 Future Investment
5.4.7 Future Electricity Demand
5.4.8 Japanese LNG Regasification Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
5.5 South Korean Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Market 2015-2025
5.5.1 Overall Drivers and Restraints on the South Korean Onshore LNG Regasification Market
5.5.2 Current LNG Demand Situation
5.5.3 What is the Future of Nuclear Power Generation in South Korea?
5.5.4 South Korean LNG Regasification Infrastructure in Operation, Under Construction and Planned
5.6 Rest of the World (RoW) Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Market 2015-2025
5.6.1 Indian LNG Infrastructure Outlook
5.6.1.1 Indian LNG Regasification Terminals in Operation and Under Construction
5.6.2 South American LNG Infrastructure Outlook
5.6.3 Other Regasification Markets and Future LNG Hub Development: South East Asia and South Asia
5.6.3.1 Singapore LNG Hub Development

6. PEST Analysis of the Large-Scale Onshore LNG Infrastructure Market

7. Expert Opinion
7.1 Cheniere Energy
7.1.1 Cheniere Energy, Sabine Pass & Corpus Christi
7.1.2 Why US LNG Exports Make Sense
7.1.3 Who is Buying Future US LNG?
7.1.4 The Impact on US LNG Competitiveness of ~$80/bbl Oil
7.1.5 Cheniere LNG Competitive Advantage
7.1.6 Future US LNG Export Volumes & the FERC Approval Process
7.1.7 Panama Canal Risk?
7.1.8 The Future of the LNG Trade and East Asian Demand
7.1.9 US Floating Barge Proposals

8. Leading Companies in Large-Scale LNG Infrastructure Market
8.1 Leading LNG Liquefaction Operators
8.1.1 BP
8.1.2 BG Group
8.1.3 Cheniere Energy
8.1.4 Chevron
8.1.5 ConocoPhillips
8.1.6 ExxonMobil
8.1.7 Petronas
8.1.8 Royal Dutch Shell
8.1.9 Total S.A.
8.2 Other Players of Importance within the Global LNG Infrastructure Industry (Operators, Investors, Engineering Companies)

9. Conclusions & Recommendations
9.1 Outlook for Investment in LNG Infrastructure Onshore
9.2 Key Findings

10. Glossary

List of Tables
Table 1.1 Large-Scale Onshore LNG Infrastructure Market Structure
Table 1.2 Large-Scale Onshore LNG Infrastructure
Table 2.1 LNG Industry Brief Early History Timeline
Table 3.1 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Facility CAPEX 2015-2025, Liquefaction & Regasification Compared ($m, AGR%)
Table 4.1 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m)
Table 4.2 LNG Liquefaction Facilities (Large-Scale) In Operation, Under Construction and Planned (Name, Country, Type, First LNG Export (Year), First Anticipated Production, Status, Current Capacity, Intended Capacity, EPC Cost, Number of Trains)
Table 4.3 Australian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.4 Australian LNG Liquefaction Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 4.5 US Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.6 US LNG Liquefaction Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 4.7 South East Asian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.8 South East Asian LNG Liquefaction Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 4.9 Russian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.10 Russian LNG Liquefaction Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 4.11 Canadian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.12 Canadian LNG Liquefaction Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 4.13 Proposed Natural Gas Pipelines for British Columbia (Pipeline Name, Lead Company, Distance, Capacity, Start Point, End Point)
Table 4.14 East Africa Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.15 East African LNG Liquefaction Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 4.16 Mozambique Gas Blocks Relevant to LNG Exports (Operator, Block, Onshore/Offshore, km2, Project Shareholders, Status)
Table 4.17 Rest of the World (RoW) Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.1 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m)
Table 5.2 LNG Regasification Facilities (Large-Scale) In Operation, Under Construction and Planned (Name, Country, First LNG Accepted (Year), Status, Current Capacity, Intended Capacity, EPC Cost)
Table 5.3 Chinese Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.4 Chinese LNG Regasification Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 5.5 European Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.6 European LNG Regasification Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 5.7 Japanese Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.8 Japanese LNG Regasification Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 5.9 South Korean Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.10 South Korean LNG Regasification Investment Drivers and Restraints
Table 5.11 Rest of the World (RoW) Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.12 Indian Regasification Terminal In Operation, Planned and Under Construction (Name, Year First Accepted LNG, Status, Capacity, Cost)
Table 6.1 PEST Analysis of the Large-Scale Onshore LNG Infrastructure Market
Table 8.1 Leading Operators of Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Capacity (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.2 BP Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015, % of Total LNG Liquefaction Capacity 2014 & 2015, Market Share 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.3 BG Group Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015, % of Total LNG Liquefaction Capacity 2014 & 2015, Market Share 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.4 Cheniere Energy Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015, % of Total LNG Liquefaction Capacity 2014 & 2015, Market Share 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.5 Chevron Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015, % of Total LNG Liquefaction Capacity 2014 & 2015, Market Share 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.6 ConocoPhillips Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015, % of Total LNG Liquefaction Capacity 2014 & 2015, Market Share 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.7 ExxonMobil Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015, % of Total LNG Liquefaction Capacity 2014 & 2015, Market Share 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.8 Petronas Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015, % of Total LNG Liquefaction Capacity 2014 & 2015, Market Share 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.9 Royal Dutch Shell Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015, % of Total LNG Liquefaction Capacity 2014 & 2015, Market Share 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.10 Total S.A. Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014 & 2015, % of Total LNG Liquefaction Capacity 2014 & 2015, Market Share 2014 & 2015)
Table 8.11 Other Leading Companies of Note within the Global LNG Infrastructure Industry (Name, Role in LNG Infrastructure Industry)

List of Figures
Figure 1.1 World Natural Gas Consumption Forecast, 2010-2040 (Trillion Cubic Feet)
Figure 1.2 Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Market Space Definitions
Figure 1.3 Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Market Space Definitions
Figure 2.1 LNG Supply Chain from Field Production to Gas Grid
Figure 2.2 Simplified Flow Diagram of the Liquefaction Process
Figure 3.1 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Facility CAPEX 2015-2025, Liquefaction & Regasification Compared ($m, AGR%)
Figure 3.2 Top 10 LNG Exporter Countries (Million Tons), 2012
Figure 3.3 Henry Hub ($/mmbtu), 1997-2014
Figure 3.4 World Natural Gas Consumption Forecast, 2010-2040 (Trillion Cubic Feet)
Figure 3.5 World Energy-Related Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Fuel Type, 1990-2040 (Billion Metric Tons)
Figure 3.6 Flaring by Country and Worldwide (bcm), 2007-2012
Figure 3.7 Greenhouse Gases and Harmful Emissions: Coal and Natural Gas Compared (Parts per Million)
Figure 3.8 Global Shale Gas Resources by Region (Trillion Cubic Feet)
Figure 3.9 LNG Transit Route Distances and Landed Costs (km, $/MMBtu Transported)
Figure 3.10 LNG Price $/mmbtu, August 2013, August 2014; By Region
(Landed LNG Import Price)
Figure 3.11 LNG Price $/mmbtu, August 2014; Regions and Countries ( Landed LNG Import Price)
Figure 4.1 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 4.2 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX, by Market Space, 2015-2025 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 4.3 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility Market Share Changes, 2015-2025 (%)
Figure 4.4 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility
Market Share by CAPEX, 2015 (%)
Figure 4.5 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility
Market Share by CAPEX, 2020 (%)
Figure 4.6 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility
Market Share by CAPEX, 2025 (%)
Figure 4.7 Australian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.8 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for Australian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX
Figure 4.9 Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility Cost per mmtpa of Capacity (Greenfield Terminals, CAPEX per mmtpa ($m))
Figure 4.10 Australian Dollar Exchange Rate vs. United States Dollars, 2004-2014
Figure 4.11 US Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.12 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for US Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX
Figure 4.13 Henry Hub Spot Natural Gas Price ($/MMBtu), 2004-2014
Figure 4.14 US Spot (Henry Hub) Gas Price Short Term Forecast 2013-2015 ($/MMBtu)
Figure 4.15 Bakken and Eagle Ford Formation Flaring
Figure 4.16 Breakeven Prices for Top North American Shale Plays & Henry Hub Price ($/MMBtu)
Figure 4.17 North Dakota Natural Gas Production, 2000-2011 (mmcf/d) and the percentages marketed and not marketed
Figure 4.18 LNG Transit Route Distances and Landed Costs (km, $/MMBtu Transported)
Figure 4.19 US LNG Export Terminals Currently Approved by FERC (Name, Location, Sponsor)
Figure 4.20 US LNG Export Terminals Proposed to FERC (Name, Location, Sponsor)
Figure 4.21 US LNG Export Terminals with Potential according to FERC (Name, Location, Sponsor)
Figure 4.22 South East Asian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.23 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for South East Asian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX
Figure 4.24 Indonesian Onshore LNG Liquefaction Infrastructure Locations
Figure 4.25 LNG Transit Route Distances and Landed Costs (km, $/MMBtu Transported)
Figure 4.26 Indonesian Primary Energy Consumption, 2012
Figure 4.27 Russian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.28 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for Russian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX
Figure 4.29 LNG Transit Route Distances and Landed Costs (km, $/MMBtu Transported)
Figure 4.30 Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility Cost per mmtpa of Capacity (Greenfield Terminals, CAPEX per mmtpa ($m))
Figure 4.31 Canadian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.32 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for Canadian Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX
Figure 4.33 East Africa Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.34 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for East African Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX
Figure 4.35 Rest of the World (RoW) Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.36 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for Rest of the World (RoW) Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Facility CAPEX
Figure 4.37 North Field, Qatar
Figure 5.1 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.2 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX by Market Space, 2015-2025 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 5.3 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAGR by Market Space, 2015-2020, 2020-2025, 2015-2025 (%)
Figure 5.4 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAGR by Market Space, 2015-2020, 2020-2025, 2015-2025 (%)
Figure 5.5 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility
Market Share Changes, 2015-2025 (%)
Figure 5.6 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility
Market Share by CAPEX, 2015 (%)
Figure 5.7 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility
Market Share by CAPEX, 2020 (%)
Figure 5.8 Global Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Market Share by CAPEX, 2025 (%)
Figure 5.9 Chinese Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.10 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for Chinese Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX
Figure 5.11 European Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.12 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for European Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX
Figure 5.13 UK Natural Gas Consumption & Production, 2000-2024 (bcm/a)
Figure 5.14 Japanese Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.15 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for Japanese Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX
Figure 5.16 Japanese Natural Gas Production and Consumption (bcf/a, production as a % of consumption), 1981-2013
Figure 5.17 Monthly WTI and Brent Oil Prices January 2011 - October 2014 ($/Barrel)
Figure 5.18 South Korean Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.19 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for South Korean Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX
Figure 5.20 Rest of the World (RoW) Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX 2015-2025 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.21 Market Share Forecast 2015, 2020, 2025 (%) for Rest of the World (RoW) Large-Scale Onshore LNG Regasification Facility CAPEX
Figure 8.1 Leading Operators of Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Capacity (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2014, mmtpa)
Figure 8.2 Leading Operators of Large-Scale Onshore LNG Liquefaction Capacity (LNG Liquefaction Equity Capacity 2015, mmtpa)

Companies Listed

4Gas
Aceh Administration
Adani Group
ADNOC
AES
Air Products and Chemicals
Allnet
Anadarko
Annova LNG
Apache
Authority of Thailand (EGAT)
Bechtel
BG Group
Bharat Petroleum
BHP Billiton
Black & Veatch
Botas
BP
CB&I
Centrica
Cheniere Energy Partners
Chevron
Chubu Electric Power
Chugoku Electric
CNOOC
CNPC
ConocoPhillips
CPC (Taiwan)
Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering
Dalian Port
Dialog Group
Dong
Dow Chemical
EDF
Edison
EGAS
Electricity Generating
ENAP
Endesa
ENGAS
ENH
ENI
EON
ExxonMobil
FLEX LNG
Fluor Corporation
Fluxys
Foster Wheeler
Fujian Investment
GAIL
Galp Energia
Gasfin
Gasunie
Gazprom
Gazprombank
GDF Suez
Golar
Goldboro LNG
Government of Brunei
Government of Oman
Guangdong Gas
Guangdong Yuedian
Gujarat State Petroleum Corp
Gulf LNG
Hainan Development
Hess
Hiroshima Gas
Hoegh
Hokkaido Gas
Hunt Oil
Hyundai Corporation
I.M. Skaugen
Iberdrola
IHI
India Oil Corporation
INPEX
Interoil
Itochu
JAPEX
JGC Corporation
Jiangsu Guoxin
JILCO
Kansai Electric
KBR Corporation
Kestrel Energy
KG Berau
KG Wiriagar
Kinder Morgan
KOGAS
K-Power
KUFPEC
Kyushu Electric Power Company
Linde Group
LNG Limited
Louisiana LNG
Marathon Oil
Marubeni
Medco
MedGas LNG
Michael Smith
Mitsubishi
Mitsui
MODEC
National Grid Transco
Next Decade
Nihonkai LNG
Ningbo Power
Nippon Oil
NNPC
Novatek
ONGC
Ophir Energy
Oregon LNG
Origin Energy
Osaka Gas
Pacific Oil and Gas
Pavilion Energy
Pertamina
PetroChina
PetroleumBRUNEI
Petronas
Petronet
Pieridae Energy
Plinacro
POSCO
PTTEP
Publigas
Qatar Petroleum
Regasificadora del Noroeste, S.A.
REN
Repsol
Rosneft
Royal Vopak
RWE-DEA
Sabine Pass Liquefaction
Saibu Gas
Samsung Heavy Industries
San Leon Energy
Santos
Sasol
SCT&E LNG
Sempra
Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum Group
Shell
Shenergy Group
Shenzhen Energy Group
Singapore LNG
Sinopec
SK Corporation
SK Energy
SK Innovation Co. Ltd
SOCAR
Sonangol
Sonatrach
Southern LNG
Southern Union
Spectra
Statoil
Talisman
Technip
Texas LNG
Toho Gas
Tohoku
Tokyo Gas
TonenGeneral
Total S.A.
Toyo Engineering
TransCanada
Tullow
Union Fenosa
Venture Global
VICO Indonesia
Vopak
WesPac
Wintershall
Woodside
WorleyParsons
Yemen Gas Company
Zhejiang EnergyGroup Co Ltd

Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report
BJP (India)
British Geological Survey (BGS)
DECC
DoE  US Department of Energy
EIA  Energy Information Administration
EITI (the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative)
EU  European Union
Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (Germany)
FERC  Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (US)
Frelimo
IEA  International Energy Agency
IMF  International Monetary Fund
Ministry of Water Resources
NASA
National Development and Reform Council of China
National Energy Administration (China)
NERA
NOAA
Renamo
Russian Development Bank, VEB
Russian National Wealth Fund
State Owned Enterprise Ministry (SoE) (Indonesia)
The Alberta Geological Survey
Transparency International
UK Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)
World Bank
World Economic Forum

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