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OGAnalysis, one of the leading research and consulting service providers for the oil and gas industry, recently published the “Singapore Oil and Gas Strategic Analysis and Outlook to 2025”. The premier report provides analysis of key opportunities and associated challenges facing Singapore oil and gas industry. Amidst downfall in oil prices creating uncertainty on the future of Singapore industry growth, the report details key strategies of government, oil and gas companies and investors in the country. Detailed outlook of the industry in terms of production forecasts of oil, gas, LNG, LPG, gasoline, diesel, fuel oil along with supporting parameters of primary energy demand, GDP and population are included. Current status of planned projects along with the possible commencement of the projects, feasibility of developing those projects in current market conditions, expected start up, impact of competing assets in other countries and overall industry developments, investments required and other related information on planned projects is provided in detail.The comprehensive guide provides analysis and forecasts of Singapore oil and gas market for the period 2000 to 2025. Asset by asset details of all existing and planned projects across Singapore oil and gas value chain are detailed in the report.Driven by strong methodology and proprietary databases, reliable projections of oil, gas, petroleum products, coal, and LNG- supply and demand are made to 2025. The research work examines the existing infrastructure (oil and gas assets), market conditions, investment climate and competitive landscape of upstream, midstream and downstream sectors.SWOT Analysis and benchmarking tools are used to analyze and compare the real prospects and challenges of investing or expanding in the industry. Further, the report details all the investment opportunities sector wise, highlighting the industry growth potential and project feasibility. Detailed information on new fields, blocks, pipelines, refineries, storage assets and LNG terminals along with the investments required, current status of the projects and commencement feasibility are provided. The report also analyzes three key companies in Singapore oil and gas industry. Business operations, SWOT Analysis and financial performance of the companies are provided. All latest developments in the industry along with their possible impact on the industry are included in the report.Some of the Key issues addressed in the report include-- How will be oil and gas supply scenario in Singapore by 2025?- Which of the petroleum products will witness the maximum demand growth by 2025?- What are the new risks and opportunities for investors/ oil and gas companies?- What are the potential investment opportunities in Singapore and how much investment is needed?- How did the production from major fields vary over the last decade?- What is the current status of all planned projects in Singapore?- Who is the market leader and what is the market concentration ratio of pipelines, upstream, oil storage, refining, LNG and UGS sectors?- What will be the coking/FCC/HCC/VDU capacities in the Singapore by 2020?- How much of the LNG capacity is contracted and how much will be available for contracts by 2020?- What will be the crude oil/petroleum products/chemicals storage capacity by 2020?- How much natural gas can be withdrawn from underground gas storage tanks in a day?- How extensive is the pipeline transportation network in the country?ScopeCoverage-Across the value chain including Fields, blocks, pipelines, oil, products, chemicals storage, underground gas storage, refineries, LNGForecasts and Projections-Crude oil, natural gas, LNG, petroleum products supply and demand: 2000- 2025Market Analysis-Primary energy scenario; SWOT Analysis; Benchmarking with peer markets; Drivers and challengesInvestment opportunities-Information on investments, current status, routes, owners, construction contracts of Key planned pipelines, planned refineries, new units, expansions and upgrades, exploration blocks on offer, LNG terminals, expansions, new storage facilitiesAsset wise Information-- Oil and gas field details- production (2005-2012), location, operator, ownership- Refineries- primary and secondary capacity outlook (2005-2020), refineries under operation and implementation (complexity, capacity, location, start up, operator, ownership), refinery expansions- LNG – capacity outlook (2005- 2020), trade imports, utilization rates (2005- 2014), operational and planned terminals (location, start up, operator, ownership and capacity)- Storage- oil and gas storage capacity outlook (2005-2020), tank farm details under operation and planned- Pipeline- crude oil, petroleum product and natural gas pipelines under operation and plannedCompetitive Landscape-Market structure and share of top five companies in each of the oil and gas segments is provided; Company wise oil, gas production from 2005- 2012 is providedNet weighted refining, LNG and storage capacity information is provided for historic and forecasted periodFurther, detailed business profiles of three leading oil and gas companies in the country are included, detailing their business overview, SWOT and financial analysis. Latest industry Updates-All latest industry updates along with their possible impact on the industry, players and investors are analyzed.Reasons To PurchaseThe multi-client market study is used by oil and gas companies, traders, constructors, equipment and service providers, investment, financial institutions and strategic decision makers. It allows your company to –- Identify potential opportunities and risks involved in operating and investing in the market- Formulate effective growth and expansion strategies through reliable forecasts- Gain clear understanding of market size, trends and challenges for each of the oil and gas segments- Beat your competition with robust information on the industry- Understand the operations, strategies of leading companies- Keep updated with all the recent developments in the industry
Table of Contents1.1 List of Tables1.2 List of Figures2. Singapore Energy Profile2.1. Singapore Oil and Gas Snapshot, 20142.2. Total Primary Energy Demand Outlook (mtoe), 2000- 20252.3. Primary Energy Mix by Fuel (%), 20152.4 Singapore Oil and Gas Infrastructure2.4.1 Operational and Planned Refineries2.4.2 Operational and Planned Storage Terminals2.4.3 Operational and Planned LNG Terminals2.4.4 Operational and Planned Oil, Products and Gas Pipelines2.5 Singapore Energy Ministry, Licensing and Regulatory Authorities3. Singapore Economic and Demographic Analysis3.1. Geographic Location and Map3.2. Gross Domestic Product Forecasts to 20253.3. Population Growth Forecasts to 20253.4. Number of Vehicles Forecast to 20253.5. Final Consumption Expenditure Forecast to 20254 Key Investment Opportunities in Singapore Oil and Gas Industry to 20204.1 Investment Opportunities in Singapore Exploration Industry4.2 Investment Opportunities in Singapore Refining Industry4.3 Investment Opportunities in Singapore LNG Industry4.4 Investment Opportunities in Singapore Storage Industry4.5 Investment Opportunities in Singapore Pipeline Industry5 Singapore Energy Production and Consumption Outlook to 20255.1 Singapore Gross Crude Oil Supply Forecast (yearly), 2000- 20255.2 Singapore Crude Oil Demand Forecast (yearly), 2000- 20255.3 Singapore Marketed Natural Gas Supply Forecast (yearly), 2000- 20255.4 Singapore Natural Gas Demand Forecast (yearly), 2000- 20255.5 Singapore Motor Gasoline Supply Forecast (yearly), 2002- 20255.6 Singapore Motor Gasoline Demand Forecast (yearly), 2002- 20255.7 Singapore Liquid Petroleum Gases (LPG) Supply Forecast (yearly), 2002- 20255.8 Singapore Liquid Petroleum Gases (LPG) Demand Forecast (yearly), 2002- 20255.9 Singapore Gas/ Diesel Oil Supply Forecast (yearly), 2002- 20255.10 Singapore Gas/ Diesel Oil Demand Forecast (yearly), 2002- 20255.11 Singapore Kerosene Supply Forecast (yearly), 2002- 20255.12 Singapore Kerosene Demand Forecast (yearly), 2002- 20256 Singapore Oil and Gas Industry SWOT Analysis6.1 Key Strengths of Investing in Singapore Oil and Gas Markets6.2 Key Weaknesses Faced by Companies in Singapore Oil and Gas Markets6.3 Key Opportunities for New Entrants, Companies and Investors in Singapore Oil and Gas Market6.4 Key Threats and Challenges Faced by Singapore Oil and Gas Players7 Singapore Oil and Gas Industry Competitive Landscape7.1 Oil Production Sector- Market Structure7.2 Gas Production Sector- Market Structure7.3 Pipeline Sector- Market Shares by Company, 20147.4 Refining Sector- Market Shares by Company, 20147.5 LNG Sector- Market Shares by Company, 20147.6 Oil Storage Sector- Market Shares by Company, 20147.7 Underground Gas Storage Sector- Market Shares by Company, 20148. Singapore Oil and Gas Benchmarking with Peer Markets8.1. Overall Ranking of Markets8.2. Demographic and Economic Index8.3. Oil and Gas Supply Index8.4. Oil and Gas Demand Index8.5. Infrastructure Index9. Singapore Exploration and Production Market Analysis9.1. Proven Oil and Gas Reserves, 2000- 20139.2. Gross Crude Oil Production, 2005- 20129.2.1. Crude Oil Production by Field, 2005- 20129.2.2. Crude Oil Production by Company, 2005- 20129.3. Marketed Natural Gas Production, 2005- 20129.3.1. Natural Gas Production by Field, 2005- 20129.3.2. Natural Gas Production by Company, 2005- 201210. Singapore Refinery Market Analysis10.1 Singapore Refining Capacity Forecast to 202010.2 Singapore Crude Oil Refining Infrastructure10.2.1. Existing Refineries by Complexity, 201510.2.2. Planned Greenfield Refineries, 2015- 202010.2.3. Planned Refinery Expansions, 2015- 202010.2.4. Refinery Details- Location, Start Up, Operator, Ownership and Complexity10.3 Singapore Historic and Forecasted Refining Capacity, 2005- 202010.3.1 Crude Distillation Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 202010.3.2. Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 202010.3.3. Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity Forecasts by Refinery, 2005- 202010.3.4. Hydrocracking Capacity Forecasts by Refinery, 2005- 202010.4. Singapore Refining Capacity by Company, 2005- 202011 Singapore Liquefied Natural Gas Market Analysis11.1. LNG Design Capacity (Liquefaction/ Regasification) Forecasts, 2005- 202011.2. LNG Storage Capacity Forecasts, 2005- 202011.3. LNG Export/Import Forecasts, 2005- 202011.4. LNG Contracted and Available Capacity Forecasts, 2005- 202011.5. Singapore LNG Infrastructure11.5.1. Existing LNG Terminal Details- Location, Operator, Technology, Ownership, Start Up, Trains and Investment11.5.2. Planned Greenfield LNG Projects11.5.3. Planned LNG Terminal Expansions11.6. Singapore LNG Capacity Forecasts by Terminal, 2005- 202011.7. Singapore LNG Capacity Forecasts by Company, 2005- 202012. Singapore Storage Market Analysis12.1. Singapore Oil, Products, Chemicals Storage Terminal Details12.2. Singapore Underground Gas Storage Terminal Details12.3. Singapore Oil Storage Capacity by Terminal, 201412.4. Singapore Underground Gas Storage Capacity by Terminal, 201412.5. Oil Storage Capacity by Company, 201412.6. Gas Storage Capacity by Company, 201413. Singapore Pipeline Market Analysis13.1. Singapore Crude Oil Pipeline Details- Route, Operator, Owners, Length, Diameter, Capacity13.2. Singapore Petroleum Product Pipeline Details- Route, Operator, Owners, Length, Diameter, Capacity13.3. Singapore Gas Pipeline Details- Route, Operator, Owners, Length, Diameter, Capacity13.4. Singapore Planned Pipeline Details13.5. Singapore Pipeline Market- Share in Total Network14. Profiles of Oil and Gas Companies in Singapore14.1. Company A14.1.1. Snapshot14.1.2. Business Description14.1.3. SWOT Analysis14.1.4. Financial Analysis14.2. Company A14.2.1. Snapshot14.2.2. Business Description14.2.3. SWOT Analysis14.2.4. Financial Analysis14.3. Company A14.3.1. Snapshot14.3.2. Business Description14.3.3. SWOT Analysis14.3.4. Financial Analysis15. Singapore Oil and Gas News Updates, 2014- 201516. Appendix16.1. About OGAnalysis16.2. Forecast Methodology16.3. Sources and Research Methodology16.4. Abbreviations and Conversions16.5. Contact Information16.6. DisclaimerFew contents may not be included based on country's oil and gas profileList Of TablesTable 1: Singapore Oil and Gas Industry OverviewTable 2: Singapore Primary Energy Consumption Forecast, mtoe, 2000- 2025Table 3: Singapore GDP Forecast, 2000- 2025Table 4: Singapore Population Forecast, 2000- 2025Table 5: Singapore Motor Vehicles Forecast, 2000- 2025Table 6: Singapore Disposable Income Forecast, 2000- 2025Table 3: Singapore Crude Oil Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 4: Singapore Crude Oil Demand Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 5: Singapore Natural Gas Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 6: Singapore Natural Gas Demand Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 7: Singapore Motor Gasoline Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 8: Singapore Motor Gasoline Consumption Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 9: Singapore LPG Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 10: Singapore LPG Consumption Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 11: Singapore Gas/Diesel Oil Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 12: Singapore Gas/Diesel Oil Consumption Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 13: Singapore Kerosene Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 14: Singapore Kerosene Consumption Outlook, 2000- 2025Table 13: Region Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Overall RankingTable 14: Region Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Demographic and Economic IndexTable 15: Region Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Supply IndexTable 16: Region Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Demand IndexTable 17: Region Oil and Gas Benchmarking- Infrastructure IndexTable 18: Singapore Proven Oil Reserves, million Barrels, 2000- 2013Table 19: Singapore Proven Gas Reserves, TCF, 2000- 2013Table 20: Singapore Crude Oil Production by Field, million Barrels, 2005- 2012Table 21: Singapore Crude Oil Production by Company, million Barrels, 2005- 2012Table 22: Singapore Natural Gas Production by Field, Bcm, 2005- 2012Table 23: Singapore Natural Gas Production by Company, Bcm, 2005- 2012Table 24: Singapore Historic and Projected Refining Capacity, kb/d, 2000- 2020Table 25: Singapore Refining Capacity by Complexity, kb/d, 2015Table 26: Singapore Upcoming Refinery Details, 2015- 2020Table 27: Singapore Planned Refinery Expansions/ Upgrades, 2015- 2020Table 28: Singapore Refinery DetailsTable 29: Singapore CDU Capacity by Refinery, 2000- 2020Table 30: Singapore Coking Capacity by Refinery, 2000- 2020Table 31: Singapore FCC Capacity by Refinery, 2000- 2020Table 32: Singapore HCC Capacity by Refinery, 2000- 2020Table 33: Singapore Refining Capacity by Company, kb/d, 2000- 2020Table 34: Singapore LNG Liquefaction/ Regasification Capacity Forecasts, mtpa, 2000- 2020Table 35: Singapore LNG Storage Capacity Forecasts, Cubic Meters, 2000- 2020Table 36: Singapore LNG Export/Import Forecasts, million tonnes, 2000- 2020Table 37: Singapore LNG Contracted and Non- Contracted Capacity, mtpa, 2000- 2020Table 38: LNG Terminal Details (Operational)Table 39: Planned LNG Terminal DetailsTable 40: Planned LNG Terminal ExpansionsTable 41: Singapore LNG Capacity Forecasts by Terminal, mtpa, 2000- 2020Table 42: Singapore LNG Capacity by Company, mtpa, 2000- 2020Table 43: Singapore Oil, Products and Chemicals Storage Terminal Details, 2014Table 44: Singapore Underground Gas Storage Terminal Details, 2014Table 45: Singapore Oil, Products and Chemicals Storage Capacity by Terminal, 2014Table 46: Singapore Underground Gas Capacity by Terminal, 2014Table 47: Singapore Oil, Products and Chemicals Storage Capacity by Company, 2014Table 49: Singapore Crude Oil Pipeline Details, 2014Table 50: Singapore Petroleum Product Pipeline Details, 2014Table 51: Singapore Gas Pipeline Details, 2014Table 52: Singapore Planned Pipeline Details, 2014Table 53: Singapore Pipeline Network Length by Company, 2014Table 54: Key InformationTable 55: Financial StatementsTable 56: Financial RatiosTable 57: Key InformationTable 58: Financial StatementsTable 59: Financial RatiosTable 60: Key InformationTable 61: Financial StatementsTable 62: Financial RatiosList of FiguresFigure 1: Singapore Primary Energy Mix by Fuel, 2015Figure 2: Singapore Map and Geographic BoundariesFigure 3: Singapore GDP Forecast, 2000- 2025Figure 4: Singapore Final Consumption Expenditure Forecast, 2000- 2025Figure 5: Singapore Investment as a Percentage of GDP Forecast, 2000- 2025Figure 6: Singapore Population Growth Forecast, 2000- 2025Figure 7: Singapore Crude Oil Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 8: Singapore Crude Oil Demand Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 9: Singapore Natural Gas Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 10: Singapore Natural Gas Demand Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 11: Singapore Motor Gasoline Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 12: Singapore Motor Gasoline Consumption Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 13: Singapore LPG Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 14: Singapore LPG Consumption Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 15: Singapore Gas/ Diesel Oil Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 16: Singapore Gas/ Diesel Oil Consumption Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 17: Singapore Kerosene Production Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 18: Singapore Kerosene Consumption Outlook, 2000- 2025Figure 19: Oil Production Industry- Market Structure, 2012Figure 20: Gas Production Industry- Market Structure, 2012Figure 21: Pipelines Industry- Market Structure, 2014Figure 22: Refining Industry- Market Structure, 2014Figure 23: LNG Industry- Market Structure, 2014Figure 24: Oil Storage Industry- Market Structure, 2014Figure 25: UGS Industry- Market Structure, 2014Figure 26: Singapore Proven Natural Gas Reserves, 2000- 2013Figure 27: Singapore Oil Reserves to Production Ratio, 2000- 2013Figure 28: Singapore Gas Reserves to Production Ratio, 2000- 2013Figure 29: Singapore Oil Production by Company, 2005- 2012Figure 30: Singapore Gas Production by Company, 2005- 2012Figure 31: Singapore Net Weighted Refining Capacity by Company, kb/d, 2005- 2020Figure 32: Singapore LNG Liquefaction/Regasification Capacity Forecast, 2005- 2020Figure 33: Singapore LNG Storage Capacity Forecast, 2005- 2020Figure 34: Singapore LNG Export/ Import Forecast, 2005- 2020Figure 35: Singapore LNG Capital Expenditure Forecast, 2014- 2020Figure 36: Singapore LNG Capacity Contracted under SPAs, 2014- 2020Figure 37: Singapore LNG Capacity Forecast by Company, 2005- 2020Figure 38: Singapore Oil Storage Capacity by Company, 2014Figure 39: Singapore UGS Storage Capacity by Company, 2014Figure 40: Singapore Pipeline Network Length by Company, 2014Figure 41: OGAnalysis Research Methodology