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Suriname Oil Markets, 2012

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Suriname Oil Markets, 2012

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Suriname Oil Markets, 2012

Summary

This profile is the essential source for top-level energy industry data and information. The report provides an overview of each of the key sub-segments of the energy industry in Suriname. It details the market structure, regulatory environment, infrastructure and provides historical and forecasted statistics relating to the supply/demand balance for each of the key sub-segments. It also provides information relating to the crude oil assets (oil fields, refineries and pipelines) in Suriname. The report compares the investment environment in Suriname with other countries in the region. The profiles of the major companies operating in the crude oil sector in Suriname together with the latest news and deals are also included in the report.Scope

- Historic and forecast data relating to production, consumption, imports, exports and reserves are provided for each industry sub-segment for the period 2000-2020.

- Historical and forecast data and information for all the major oil fields, refineries, pipelines and storage terminals in Suriname for the period 2005-2016.

- Operator and equity details for major crude oil assets in Suriname.

- Key information relating to market regulations, key energy assets and the key companies operating in the Suriname's energy industry.

- Information on the top companies in the Suriname including business description, strategic analysis, and financial information.

- Product and brand updates, strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.

- Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity and venture capital investments, and IPOs.

Reasons to buy

- Gain a strong understanding of the country's energy market.

- Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future industry trends.

- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historic and forecast production, reserves and capacity data.

- Assess your competitor's major crude oil assets and their performance.

- Analyze the latest news and financial deals in the oil sector of each country.

- 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.

- Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading companies in the country.

1 Table Of Contents

1 Table Of Contents 2

1.1 List of Tables 6

1.2 List of Figures 7

2 Suriname Energy Sector 8

2.1 Suriname Energy Sector, Market Overview 8

2.2 Suriname Energy Sector, Oil 8

2.2.1 Suriname Oil, Overview 8

2.2.2 Suriname Oil, Supply and Demand Balance 9

2.2.3 Suriname Crude Oil, Regulatory Structure 14

2.2.4 Suriname Crude Oil, Infrastructure 14

3 Suriname Oil Upstream Investment Environment Benchmarking 15

3.1 Introduction 15

3.2 The Overall Ranking 15

3.3 Upstream Fiscal Attractiveness 16

3.3.1 Maximum Government Take Index 17

3.3.2 Fiscal Flexibility 17

3.3.3 Maximum State Participation Index 17

3.4 Oil Sector Performance 18

3.4.1 Exploration Activity 20

3.4.2 Oil Production 21

3.4.3 Oil Reserves 21

3.4.4 Oil Consumption 22

3.4.5 Refining Industry 22

3.5 Economic Performance 22

3.5.1 GDP Growth Index 24

3.5.2 FDI Confidence Index 24

3.5.3 Balance of Trade Index 24

3.6 Socio-Political Performance 24

3.6.1 Democracy Index 26

3.6.2 Governance Index 26

4 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector 27

4.1 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Country Snapshot 27

4.1.1 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Key Data 27

4.1.2 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Crude Oil Fields Map 27

4.2 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Gross Crude Oil Production 28

4.2.1 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Total Gross Crude Oil Production 28

4.2.2 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Gross Crude Oil Production by Type 29

4.2.3 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Gross Crude Oil Production by Assets 29

4.2.4 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Gross Equity Weighted Crude Oil Production by Company 30

4.3 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Production Forecast 30

4.3.1 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Gross Crude Oil Production Forecast 30

4.4 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Crude Oil Asset Details 30

4.4.1 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Active Crude Oil Asset Details 30

4.5 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Major Oil Discoveries 31

4.5.1 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Number of Oil Discoveries 31

4.5.2 Suriname Exploration and Production Sector, Oil Discovery Details 31

5 Suriname Pipeline Sector 32

5.1 Suriname Pipeline Sector, Key Data 32

5.2 Suriname Pipeline Sector, An Overview 32

5.3 Suriname Pipeline Sector, Crude Oil Pipeline Companies 32

5.4 Suriname Pipeline Sector, Petroleum Product Pipeline Companies 33

5.5 Suriname Pipeline Sector, Crude Oil Pipelines 33

5.6 Suriname Pipeline Sector, Petroleum Product Pipelines 33

6 Suriname Refining Sector 34

6.1 Suriname Refining Sector, Key Data 34

6.2 Suriname Refining Sector, An Overview 34

6.2.1 Suriname Refining Sector, Total Refining Capacity 34

6.3 Suriname Refining Sector, Capacity Market Share by Company 35

6.4 Suriname Refining Sector, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity 36

7 Profile of Tullow Oil plc 37

7.1 Tullow Oil plc, Key Information 37

7.2 Tullow Oil plc, Company Overview 37

7.3 Tullow Oil plc, Business Description 37

7.3.1 Business Overview 37

7.3.2 Oil and Gas 38

7.4 Tullow Oil plc, SWOT Analysis 39

7.4.1 Overview 39

7.4.2 Tullow Oil plc Strengths 40

7.4.3 Tullow Oil plc Weaknesses 41

7.4.4 Tullow Oil plc Opportunities 41

7.4.5 Tullow Oil plc Threats 42

8 Profile of Murphy Oil Corporation 43

8.1 Murphy Oil Corporation, Key Information 43

8.2 Murphy Oil Corporation, Company Overview 43

8.3 Murphy Oil Corporation, Business Description 43

8.3.1 Business Overview 43

8.3.2 Exploration and Production 44

8.3.3 Refining and Marketing 46

8.4 Murphy Oil Corporation, SWOT Analysis 47

8.4.1 Overview 47

8.4.2 Murphy Oil Corporation Strengths 48

8.4.3 Murphy Oil Corporation Weaknesses 49

8.4.4 Murphy Oil Corporation Opportunities 49

8.4.5 Murphy Oil Corporation Threats 50

9 Profile of Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V. 52

9.1 Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V., Key Information 52

9.2 Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V., Company Overview 52

9.3 Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V., Business Description 52

9.3.1 Business Overview 52

9.4 Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V., SWOT Analysis 53

9.4.1 Overview 53

9.4.2 Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V. Strengths 54

9.4.3 Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V. Weaknesses 55

9.4.4 Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V. Opportunities 56

9.4.5 Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V. Threats 57

10 Financial Deals Landscape 58

10.1 Detailed Deal Summary 58

10.1.1 Asset Transactions 58

11 Recent Developments 63

11.1 Other Significant Developments 63

11.1.1 Jul 04, 2012: Tullow Oil Provides Operations Update 63

11.1.2 Nov 10, 2010: Tullow Oil Provides Operations Update 64

11.1.3 May 10, 2009: Murphy Oil Completes 3-D Seismic Survey In Block 37, Offshore Suriname 67

12 Appendix 68

12.1 Abbreviations 68

12.2 Methodology 68

12.2.1 Coverage 68

12.2.2 Secondary Research 69

12.2.3 Primary Research 69

12.3 Contact Us 69

12.4 Disclaimer 70

List of Tables

Table 1: Suriname, Historic and Forecast Production and Consumption of Oil, Thousand Barrels Per Day, 2000-2020 9

Table 2: Suriname, Historic and Forecast Exports and Imports of Oil, Thousand Barrels Per Day, 2000-2020 11

Table 3: Suriname, Historic Reserves of Crude Oil, Million Barrels, 2000-2011 13

Table 4: South and Central America, Investment Benchmarking, Overall Country Rankings, Jun 2012 15

Table 5: South and Central America, Investment Benchmarking, Upstream Fiscal Attractiveness, Jun 2012 16

Table 6: South and Central America, Investment Benchmarking, Oil Sector Performance, Jun 2012 18

Table 7: South and Central America, Investment Benchmarking, Economic Performance, Jun 2012 22

Table 8: South and Central America, Country Standings, Economic Performance, by FDI Confidence- GDP Growth & Production, Jun 2012 23

Table 9: South and Central America, Investment Benchmarking, Socio-Political Performance, Jun 2012 25

Table 10: South and Central America, Country Standings, Socio-Political Performance, by Exploration Growth- FDI Confidence and Governance Indices, Jun 2012 25

Table 11: Suriname, Crude Oil Key Statistics, 2011 27

Table 12: Suriname, Total Gross Crude Oil Production (MMBBLs), 2003- 2011 28

Table 13: Suriname, Gross Crude Oil Production by Type (MMBBLs), 2003- 2011 29

Table 14: Suriname, Gross Crude Oil Production (MMBBLs), by Assets, 2003-2011 29

Table 15: Suriname, Gross Equity Weighted Crude Oil Production (MMBBLs), by Company, 2003- 2011 30

Table 16: Suriname, Gross Crude Oil Production (MMBBLs), Forecast by Assets, 2012- 2016 30

Table 17: Suriname, Active Oil Field Asset Details 30

Table 18: Suriname, Number of Oil Discoveries, 2006-2011 31

Table 19: Suriname, Oil Discovery Details, 2006-2011 31

Table 20: Suriname, Pipeline Key Statistics, Jun 2012 32

Table 21: Suriname, Crude Oil Pipeline Length by Company (Km), Jun 2012 32

Table 22: Suriname, Petroleum Product Pipeline Length by Company (Km), Jun 2012 33

Table 23: Suriname, Crude Oil Pipelines, Jun 2012 33

Table 24: Suriname, Petroleum Product Pipelines, Jun 2012 33

Table 25: Suriname, Refinery Key Statistics, Jun 2012 34

Table 26: Suriname, Total Refining Capacity (MMTPA), 2005- 2016 34

Table 27: Suriname, Refining Capacity by Company (MMTPA), 2005-2016 35

Table 28: Suriname, Crude Distillation Unit Capacity (MMTPA), 2005-2016 36

Table 29: Tullow Oil plc, Key Facts 37

Table 30: Tullow Oil plc, SWOT Analysis 40

Table 31: Murphy Oil Corporation, Key Facts 43

Table 32: Murphy Oil Corporation, SWOT Analysis 48

Table 33: Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V., Key Facts 52

Table 34: Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V., SWOT Analysis 54

Table 35: ONGC Plans To Acquire Overseas Oil And Gas Assets For $8.8 Billion 58

Table 36: Chevron Global Energy To Acquire 50% Interest In Deepwater Blocks 42 And 45, Offshore Suriname From Kosmos Energy 59

Table 37: Kosmos Energy To Acquire 100% Interest In Blocks 42 And 45 Offshore Suriname 60

Table 38: Statoil Acquires 30% Participating Interest In Block 47 Offshore Suriname From Tullow Oil 61

Table 39: Tullow Oil To Acquire Deepwater License In Suriname 62

List of Figures

Figure 1: Suriname, Primary Energy Consumption Split By Fuel Type (%), 2011 8

Figure 2: Suriname, Historic and Forecast Production and Consumption of Oil, Thousand Barrels Per Day, 2000-2020 10

Figure 3: Suriname, Historic and Forecast Imports and Exports of Oil, Thousand Barrels Per Day, 2000-2020 12

Figure 4: Suriname, Historic Reserves of Crude Oil, Million Barrels, 2000-2011 13

Figure 5: South and Central America, Country Standings, Upstream Fiscal Attractiveness, Jun 2012 17

Figure 6: South and Central America, Country Standings, Oil Sector Performance by Reserves - Exploration & Production, Jun 2012 19

Figure 7: South and Central America, Country Standings, Oil Sector Performance, by Production-Consumption & Refining, Jun 2012 20

Figure 8: South and Central America, Country Standings, Number Of Exploration Blocks Awarded, Jun 2012 21

Figure 9: South and Central America, Country Standings, Economic Performance by FDI Confidence- GDP Growth & Production, Jun 2012 23

Figure 10: South and Central America, Country Standings, Socio-Political Performance, by Exploration Growth- FDI Confidence and Governance Indices, Jun 2012 26

Figure 11: Suriname, Crude Oil Fields Map, Jun 2012 27

Figure 12: Suriname, Total Gross Crude Oil Production (MMBBLs), 2003-2011 28

Figure 13: Suriname, Gross Crude Oil Production by Type (MMBBLs), 2003-2011 29

Figure 14: Suriname, Number of Oil Discoveries, 2006-2011 31

Figure 15: Suriname, Total Refining Capacity (MMTPA), 2005- 2016 35

Companies mentioned

Tullow Oil plc

Murphy Oil Corporation

Staatsolie Maatschappij Suriname N.V.

To order this report:Oil and Gas energy Industry: Suriname Oil Markets, 2012

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