Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for LNG Terminals in the Middle East and Africa - New Exporters and Importers to Drive LNG Capacities in the Region

 Published On: Aug, 2014 |    No of Pages: 61 |  Published By: GlobalData | Format: PDF
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Summary

The Middle East and Africa will add substantial LNG liquefaction capacity during the 2014 to 2018 period through the emergence of five new LNG exporting countries - Mozambique, Iran, Iraq, Cameroon and Israel. Mozambique is expected to witness the highest liquefaction capacity addition of all the countries in the region, followed by Iran and Algeria. The regasification capacity of the region will also increase substantially through the emergence of seven new countries. Of these, Jordan is expected to register the highest capacity addition followed by Bahrain and Egypt. The annual capital expenditure for the planned liquefaction terminals will increase by 139% in the Middle East and Africa during the 2014 to 2018 period. The capital expenditure for the planned regasification terminals will decrease by 57%.

Scope

- Updated information relating to all active and planned LNG terminals
- Provides historical data from 2005 to 2013, forecast to 2018
- Capacity information of all liquefaction and regasification terminals
- Provides operator information for all active and planned terminals
- Strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.
- Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity investments and IPOs.

Reasons to buy

- Obtain the most up to date information available on all active and planned liquefaction and regasification terminals in Middle East and Africa
- Identify growth segments and opportunities in the Middle East and Africa LNG industry.
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historical and forecast capacity data
- Assess your competitor’s LNG assets
- Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events.
- Do deals with an understanding of how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market.

1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 5
1.2 List of Figures 6
2 Middle East and Africa LNG Industry 7
2.1 Middle East and Africa LNG Industry, Key Data 7
2.2 Middle East and Africa LNG Industry, Liquefaction 7
2.2.1 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Total Capacity 7
2.2.2 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Qatar 9
2.2.3 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Nigeria 9
2.2.4 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Algeria 10
2.2.5 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Egypt 10
2.2.6 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Oman 11
2.2.7 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Yemen 11
2.2.8 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, United Arab Emirates 12
2.2.9 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Angola 12
2.2.10 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Equatorial Guinea 13
2.2.11 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Cameroon 13
2.2.12 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Iran 14
2.2.13 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Iraq 14
2.2.14 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Israel 14
2.2.15 LNG Liquefaction Industry in Middle East and Africa, Mozambique 15
2.3 Middle East and Africa LNG Industry, Regasification 15
2.3.1 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Total Capacity 15
2.3.2 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Turkey 17
2.3.3 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Israel 17
2.3.4 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Kuwait 18
2.3.5 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, United Arab Emirates 18
2.3.6 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Bahrain 19
2.3.7 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Egypt 19
2.3.8 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Ghana 19
2.3.9 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Jordan 20
2.3.10 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Lebanon 20
2.3.11 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, Morocco 20
2.3.12 LNG Regasification Industry in Middle East and Africa, South Africa 21
2.4 Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals 22
2.4.1 Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals, Liquefaction Capacity 22
2.4.2 LNG Industry in Middle East and Africa, Annual Capital Expenditure Outlook for Planned LNG Liquefaction Terminals 22
2.4.3 Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals, Regasification Capacity 24
2.4.4 LNG Industry in Middle East and Africa, Annual Capital Expenditure Outlook for Planned LNG Regasification Terminals 24
3 Financial Deals Landscape 26
3.1 Detailed Deal Summary 26
3.1.1 Merger 26
3.1.2 Acquisition 27
3.1.3 Private Equity 32
3.1.4 Equity Offerings 33
3.1.5 Debt Offerings 36
3.1.6 Partnerships 40
3.1.7 Asset Transactions 45
4 Recent Developments 48
4.1 License Rounds 48
4.1.1 Jan 23, 2014: PNGRB introduces bids for building gas pipeline in Tamil Nadu, India 48
4.1.2 Sep 06, 2013: Nigeria Invites Tenders For Spot LNG Cargo 48
4.1.3 Oct 17, 2012: Egypt To Invite Tenders For LNG Imports 48
4.2 License Awards 48
4.2.1 Jan 21, 2014: Statoil awarded new acreage on the Norwegian continental shelf 48
4.2.2 Dec 09, 2013: Petronas, Shell win Brunei’s offshore blocks 49
4.2.3 Apr 20, 2010: CNOOC Receives Approval From NDRC To Construct Zhuhai LNG Project In China 50
4.2.4 Apr 08, 2010: ConocoPhillips, Marathon Seek For Kenai LNG Plant License Extension 50
4.3 Strategy and Business Expansion 51
4.3.1 Jul 18, 2014: Shell suspends liquefaction unit development in Canada 51
4.3.2 Jul 16, 2014: GAIL seeks to build LNG plant in Kakinada 51
4.3.3 Jul 08, 2014: Steelhead LNG And Huu-Ay-Aht First Nations Sign Opportunity Development Agreement For LNG Project On Huu-Ay-Aht First Nations Land At Sarita Bay 51
4.4 Recent Discoveries 54
4.4.1 Jul 09, 2008: Chevron Discovers Significant Extension To Its Iago Gas Field, Off Western Australia 54
4.5 Drilling and Production Updates 54
4.5.1 Jun 20, 2014: Oil Search Hides Drilling Update 54
4.5.2 Apr 29, 2014: Santos: PNG LNG Project starts production ahead of schedule 54
4.5.3 Apr 28, 2014: ExxonMobil Starts Production Ahead of Schedule at PNG LNG Project 55
4.6 Other Significant Developments 56
4.6.1 Jul 29, 2014: BAM Clough JV completes first Ichthys LNG facility in Australia 56
4.6.2 Jul 28, 2014: Quicksilver Files Application To Export Liquefied Natural Gas From Discovery LNG 56
4.6.3 Jul 28, 2014: Höegh LNG project update - PGN FSRU Lampung commences commercial operation 56
4.6.4 Jul 28, 2014: Klaipedos Nafta: The Supreme Court Of Lithuania Accepted For Consideration The Cassation Appeal Lodged By KlaipEdos Nafta, In The Court Case With Naftos Group, UAB 57
4.7 New Contracts Announcements 57
4.7.1 Jul 28, 2014: FortisBC selects contractor for $400 million Tilbury Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Facility Expansion Project 57
4.7.2 Jul 24, 2014: Tokyo Gas: Contract Signed For Purchase Of Liquefied Natural Gas From Cameron LNG Project 58
5 Appendix 59
5.1 Abbreviations 59
5.2 Market Definition 59
5.3 Methodology 60
5.3.1 Coverage 60
5.3.2 Secondary Research 60
5.3.3 Primary Research 60
5.4 Contact Us 61
5.5 Disclaimer 61

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Middle East and Africa, LNG Key Statistics, 2013 7
Table 2: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity by Country (mmty), 2005-2018 7
Table 3: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Qatar (mmty), 2005-2018 9
Table 4: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Nigeria (mmty), 2005-2018 9
Table 5: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Algeria (mmty), 2005-2018 10
Table 6: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Egypt (mmty), 2005-2018 10
Table 7: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Oman (mmty), 2005-2018 11
Table 8: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Yemen (mmty), 2005-2018 11
Table 9: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in United Arab Emirates (mmty), 2005-2018 12
Table 10: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Angola (mmty), 2005-2018 12
Table 11: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Equatorial Guinea (mmty), 2005-2018 13
Table 12: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Cameroon (mmty), 2005-2018 13
Table 13: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Iran (mmty), 2005-2018 14
Table 14: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Iraq (mmty), 2005-2018 14
Table 15: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Israel (mmty), 2005-2018 14
Table 16: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity in Mozambique (mmty), 2005-2018 15
Table 17: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity by Country (bcf), 2005-2018 15
Table 18: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Turkey (bcf), 2005-2018 17
Table 19: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Israel (bcf), 2005-2018 17
Table 20: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Kuwait (bcf), 2005-2018 18
Table 21: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in United Arab Emirates (bcf), 2005-2018 18
Table 22: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Bahrain (bcf), 2005-2018 19
Table 23: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Egypt (bcf), 2005-2018 19
Table 24: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Ghana (bcf), 2005-2018 19
Table 25: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Jordan (bcf), 2005-2018 20
Table 26: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Lebanon (bcf), 2005-2018 20
Table 27: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in Morocco (bcf), 2005-2018 20
Table 28: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity in South Africa (bcf), 2005-2018 21
Table 29: Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals, Liquefaction Capacity (mmty), 2014-2018 22
Table 30: Middle East and Africa, Annual Capital Expenditure Outlook for Liquefaction Terminals (Million USD), 2014-2018 22
Table 31: Middle East and Africa Planned LNG Terminals, Regasification Capacity (bcf), 2014-2018 24
Table 32: Middle East and Africa, Annual Capital Expenditure Outlook for Regasification Terminals (Million USD), 2014-2018 24
Table 33: Oman LNG Merges With Qalhat LNG 26
Table 34: Oando To Acquire Phillips Brass From ConocoPhillips For US$105 Million 27
Table 35: Gasol To Acquire LNG Project Development Company, African Power Generation, From African Gas Development 28
Table 36: Nigerian National Petroleum Completes Sale Of 19% Stake In Brass LNG 29
Table 37: ITOCHU, Mitsubishi And Osaka Gas Acquire 9% Interest In Qalhat LNG 31
Table 38: Qatar Holding Acquires Additional Stake In Total 32
Table 39: Oando Announces Private Placement Of Shares For US$190.9 Million 33
Table 40: Gasol Completes Private Placement Of US$7.95 Million 34
Table 41: DP World Completes IPO 35
Table 42: Gasol Completes Private Placement Of 10% Bond Due 2016 For US$20 million (MM) 36
Table 43: RasGas Completes Notes Offering For US$500 Million 37
Table 44: RasGas Completes Notes Offering For US$1.1 Billion 38
Table 45: RasGas Completes Notes Offering For US$615 Million 39
Table 46: Statoil And BG Group Intend To Form Partnership To Develop Liquefied Natural Gas Terminal Onshore Tanzania 40
Table 47: Qatar Petroleum And Gaz de France Form Partnership 41
Table 48: KOGAS Enters Into Joint Venture With Government Of Oman 42
Table 49: Mitsui O.S.K. Forms Joint Venture With Oman Shipping 43
Table 50: Repsol And Gas Natural Sign MOU With Nigerian Government To Develop LNG Plant 44
Table 51: GAIL (India) Plans To Acquire Certain Stake In LNG Plants From Chevron And Sonatrach 45
Table 52: CPC Acquires 5% Stake In Liquefied Natural Gas Processing Facility From Rasgas 46
Table 53: Total Acquires 8.35% Stake In South Hook LNG 47

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Middle East and Africa, Liquefaction Capacity by Country (mmty), 2005-2018 8
Figure 2: Middle East and Africa, Regasification Capacity by Country (bcf), 2005-2018 16
Figure 3: Middle East and Africa, Annual Capital Expenditure Outlook for Liquefaction Terminals (Million USD), 2014-2018 23
Figure 4: Middle East and Africa, Annual Capital Expenditure Outlook for Regasification Terminals (Million USD), 2014-2018 25


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