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The global Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) market has been continuously surging at a fast pace for the last few years. The world has witnessed a sharp increase in the number of liquefaction and regasification terminals during the past few years. Moreover, there has been a fast paced conversion to newer technology driven by economies of scale. Russia with a trusted name in the global energy trade with world’s largest natural gas reserves is slowly becoming a dominant force in the LNG market developments.
According to our report “Russian LNG Market Analysis”, Russian LNG production is anticipated to witness around 14% CAGR growth during 2010-2020. The continuous surge in Sakhalin-2 LNG output and excess capacity additions from Yamal and Shotkam fields will amplify the overall Russian LNG production to reach new heights. Further, strong government support and promising initiatives being taken by private players will materialize Russian ambitions into reality and will position country as a dominant force in the global LNG market dynamics.
Further, to increase LNG supply and to tap the emerging regional demands, Russian LNG majors are formulating huge LNG infrastructure development plans. Planned liquefaction capacities, if materialized in time, will prove sufficient for the country's future LNG exports considerations. However, the liquefaction infrastructure developments are quite capital intensive and demand an efficient supply-chain mechanism. Although number of long term LNG export contracts have already been made, their synergies on project’s increasing output is yet to be seen.
Our report “Russian LNG Market Analysis”, has been authored to study and evaluate Russian LNG market potentials and its future prospects. The Report provides information/statistics on LNG production, exports, pricing, infrastructure developments etc. The report investigates key trends of the industry and outlines future trends after inclusive study of various factors that play critical role in the development of market. Based on different market indicators, the report evaluates future outlook of the industry and provides valuable information regarding Russian LNG market. The report also covers brief business description and recent market developments of major players operating in the industry, which will help clients understand market competition and competitor’s moves.
Table of Contents :1. Analyst View2. Emerging Market Trends & Drivers2.1 Soaring Gas Demand in EU - An Opportunity for Russia2.2 Russia - Emerging as a Viable Supplier for AP Region2.3 Intense Competition Ahead in Liquefaction Infrastructure2.4 Strategic Co-operations on the Cards for Russian Future Lead2.5 Russian LNG Projects Competitiveness & Feasibility3. Natural Gas Industry Overview3.1 Reserves3.2 Production3.3 Consumption3.4 Trade4. Industry Overview and Outlook by 20204.1 Production4.2 Regional Potentials4.2.1 Shtokman4.2.2 Yamal Peninsula4.2.3 Sakhalin-24.3 Exports4.3.1 Strategy for European Market4.3.2 Strategy for CIS Market4.3.3 Strategy for Asia-Pacific Market5. Liquefaction Infrastructure6. Transportation Capacity7. Contracts & Agreements8. Competitive Landscape8.1 Gazprom OAO8.1.1 Recent Developments8.2 Novatek OAO8.2.1 Recent Developments8.3 Bashneft8.3.1 Recent Developments8.4 LUKOIL Overseas Holding Ltd8.4.1 Recent Developments
List of Figures:
Figure 2-1: EU-27 Gas Demand by Sectors (TCF), 2007, 2015 & 2020Figure 2-2: LNG Production Costs by Regions (US$/000 Cu.M.)Figure 3-1: Natural Gas Reserves (TCM), 2006-2010Figure 3-2: Natural Gas Production (BCM), 2008-2014Figure 3-3: Natural Gas Consumption (BCM), 2008-2014Figure 3-4: Natural Gas Exports (BCM), 2008-2010Figure 4-1: LNG Production (Million Tonnes), 2010-2020Figure 4-2: Shtokman - Forecast for LNG Production (BCM), 2017-2020Figure 4-3: Yamal Peninsula and Adjacent Offshore Areas - Forecast for Gas Production (BCM) 2011, 2015, 2020 & 2025Figure 4-4: Sakhalin-2 Long Term LNG Contracts by Countries (%)Figure 4-5: Netback Price Comparisons for North Sakhalin Fields by Country (Euro/MCM), 2009-2020Figure 4-6: LNG Exports (BCM), 2009, 2010, 2015 & 2020Figure 4-7: Forecast for LNG Exports by Region (%), 2020Figure 7-1: Japanese Companies’ LNG Import Contracts with Russia (‘0000 Tons), 2011-2015 & 2020
List of Tables:
Table 2-1: Gas Consumption by European Countries (Gm3), 2009 & 2010Table 2-2: Forecast for LNG Imports by Countries in Asia-Pacific Region (MMTPA), 2011, 2012, 2015 & 2020Table 2-3: Existing and Planned Liquefaction Capacity by Major LNG Producing Countries (MMTPA)Table 2-4: Distance between Major LNG Supply Terminals to Import Terminals (Sea Miles)Table 4-1: Gas Sector Project Economics & Investment Outlook by 2030Table 4-2: Gazprom Pipeline Projects by Capacity & Sponsors (BCM/Year)Table 4-3: Shtokman Project SnapshotTable 4-4: Yamal Peninsula Project SnapshotTable 4-5: Sakhalin-2 Project SnapshotTable 4-6: Sakhalin-2 Long Term LNG Contracts (MT/Year)Table 5-1: Liquefaction Plants by Capacity (106 t/year) & Storage Capacity (m3)Table 6-1: LNG Carrier Fleet by Owner & Capacity (Cu. M.), March 2011Table 7-1: LNG Contracts Duration by Countries & Annual Quantity (106 t/Year), 2009