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Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Industry Research Report (Q3 2014)- Asia Pacific Continues to Hold the Key to Global Energy Market Growth

NEW YORK, Aug. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Industry Research Report (Q3 2014)- Asia Pacific Continues to Hold the Key to Global Energy Market Growth

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The latest report on Asia Pacific oil and gas industry form OGAnalysis is a comprehensive guide on oil and gas projects and market outlook. Major developing markets, mature markets and markets with future scope are analyzed in detail. The report analyzes 26 oil and gas markets across the region throughout the historical period and outlook to medium to long term future (2000 to 2025). Information on oil and gas reserves, production, consumption, primary energy demand, GDP and population in the country are analyzed.

Infrastructure and potential business, investment and new entry opportunities are provided across the Asia Pacific oil and gas value chain. Key trends, drivers, challenges and restraints of operating in Asian oil and gas markets are provided. Key oil and gas snapshot, Infrastructure details, forecasts, competitive landscape and recent industry developments are provided for each oil and gas market. Further, all the markets are benchmarked on four key pillars.

Infrastructure details including LNG, storage and refineries are analyzed asset by asset for each country along with their key details and asset wise outlook for each of the oil and gas markets. All analysis made in the report are presented with fact-rich data tables. The report is designed in most user friendly manner to facilitate the reader quick understanding. Upon procurement, the report can also be provided in excel and power-point formats at free of cost.

Scope

- 26 oil and gas markets including Australia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, New Zealand, North Korea, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Vietnam
- 398 oil and gas companies
- 699 LNG, storage and refinery assets (452 storage, 134 refineries, 113 LNG).
- Trends, drivers, challenges of operating in Asia Pacific oil and gas business environment
- Country benchmarking based on four key pillars
- 16 Forecasts including Primary energy, GDP, Population, CDU Capacity, Coking, FCC, HCC capacities, Liquefaction and regasification, LNG storage, oil, chemicals and products storage capacities to 2020
- Competitive landscape in all the 26 oil and gas markets
- Greenfield and Planned expansions of oil and gas storage, LNG, refinery assets across the region
- All latest developments in each of the oil and gas market

Reasons to purchase

- Identify new investment opportunities through detailed information on planned projects
- Formulate effective growth and expansion strategies through complete information on oil and gas segments
- Mitigate operating risks through detailed micro level and macro level forecasts
- Gain a better understanding of market size, trends and challenges for each of the oil and gas industry
- Gain detailed understanding on each of the oil and gas assets for all countries
- Beat your competition by identifying new business opportunities
- Keep yourself updated with all the latest events in the region's oil and gas industry
1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 11
1.2 List of Figures 21
2 Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Industry Outlook 23
2.1 Asia Pacific Primary Energy and Economic Outlook 25
2.1.1 Primary Energy Consumption Forecast by Country, 2000- 2020 25
2.1.2 GDP Forecast by Country, 2000- 2020 26
2.1.3 Population Forecast by Country, 2000- 2025 27
2.2 Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Capacity Outlook by Segment 28
2.2.1 Asia Pacific Refining Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 28
2.2.2 Asia Pacific Coking Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 29
2.2.3 Asia Pacific Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 30
2.2.4 Asia Pacific Hydrocracking Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 31
2.2.5 Asia Pacific LNG Liquefaction Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 31
2.2.6 Asia Pacific LNG Regasification Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 32
2.2.7 Asia Pacific Oil Storage Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 33
3 Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Industry Benchmarking 35
3.1 Country Comparison- Overall Ranking 35
3.2 Country Comparison- Economic Index 36
3.3 Country Comparison- Supply Index 37
3.4 Country Comparison- Demand Index 38
3.5 Country Comparison- Growth Index 39
4 Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Investment Opportunities 40
4.1 Planned Greenfield Refineries and Expansion Projects by Country 40
4.1.1 Asia pacific- Planned Greenfield Refineries, 2014- 2020 41
4.1.2 Asia Pacific- Refinery Expansion Projects Details, 2014-2020 44
4.2 Planned Greenfield LNG Terminals and Expansion Projects by Country 46
4.2.1 Asia Pacific-Planned Greenfield LNG Terminals, 2020 47
4.2.2 Asia Pacific- LNG Expansion Projects Details, 2013-2020 50
4.3 Planned Oil storage Terminals Details 50
4.3.1 Asia Pacific-Planned Storage Terminal Details, 2014- 2020 51
4.3.2 Asia Pacific- Storage Expansion Projects, 2014-2020 53
5 Australia Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 55
5.1 Australia Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 56
5.2 Australia Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 57
5.2.1 Industry Drivers 57
5.2.2 Challenges 57
5.3 Australia Oil and Gas Infrastructure 57
5.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 57
5.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 59
5.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 60
5.4 Australia Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 63
5.4.1 Australia LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 63
5.4.2 Australia Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 64
5.4.3 Australia Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 65
5.5 Australia Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 68
5.5.1 Australia LNG Market Structure 68
5.5.2 Australia Refinery Market Structure 69
5.5.3 Australia Storage Market Structure 70
6 Brunei Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 71
6.1 Brunei Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 71
6.2 Brunei Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 72
6.2.1 Drivers 72
6.2.2 Challenges 72
6.3 Brunei Oil and Gas Infrastructure 72
6.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 72
6.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 73
6.4 Brunei Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 73
6.4.1 Brunei LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 73
6.4.2 Brunei Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 73
6.5 Brunei Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 74
6.5.1 Brunei LNG Market Structure 74
6.5.2 Brunei Refinery Market Structure 75
7 China Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 76
7.1 China Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 77
7.2 China Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 77
7.2.1 Drivers 77
7.2.2 Challenges 78
7.3 China Oil and Gas Infrastructure 78
7.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 78
7.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 80
7.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 83
7.4 China Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 89
7.4.1 China LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 89
7.4.2 China Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 90
7.4.3 China Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 101
7.5 China Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 109
7.5.1 China LNG Market Structure 109
7.5.2 China Refinery Market Structure 110
7.5.3 China Storage Market Structure 111
8 India Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 112
8.1 India Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 113
8.2 India Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 114
8.2.1 Drivers 114
8.2.2 Challenges 114
8.3 India Oil and Gas Infrastructure 114
8.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 114
8.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 116
8.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 117
8.4 India Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 121
8.4.1 India LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 121
8.4.2 India Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 122
8.4.3 India Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 127
8.5 India Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 132
8.5.1 India LNG Market Structure 132
8.5.2 India Refinery Market Structure 133
8.5.3 India Storage Market Structure 134
9 Indonesia Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 135
9.1 Indonesia Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 136
9.2 Indonesia Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 137
9.2.1 Drivers 137
9.2.2 Challenges 137
9.3 Indonesia Oil and Gas Infrastructure 137
9.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 137
9.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 138
9.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 139
9.4 Indonesia Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 141
9.4.1 Indonesia LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 141
9.4.2 Indonesia Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 143
9.4.3 Indonesia Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 145
9.5 Indonesia Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 147
9.5.1 Indonesia LNG Market Structure 147
9.5.2 Indonesia Refinery Market Structure 148
9.5.3 Indonesia Storage Market Structure 149
10 Japan Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 150
10.1 Japan Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 151
10.2 Japan Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 152
10.2.1 Drivers 152
10.2.2 Challenges 152
10.3 Japan Oil and Gas Infrastructure 153
10.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 153
10.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 155
10.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 157
10.4 Japan Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 160
10.4.1 Japan LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 160
10.4.2 Japan Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 162
10.4.3 Japan Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 167
10.5 Japan Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 172
10.5.1 Japan LNG Market Structure 172
10.5.2 Japan Refinery Market Structure 173
10.5.3 Japan Storage Market Structure 174
11 Malaysia Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 175
11.1 Malaysia Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 176
11.2 Malaysia Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 177
11.2.1 Drivers 177
11.2.2 Challenges 177
11.3 Malaysia Oil and Gas Infrastructure 178
11.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 178
11.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 179
11.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 181
11.4 Malaysia Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 183
11.4.1 Malaysia LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 183
11.4.2 Malaysia Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 184
11.4.3 Malaysia Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 187
11.5 Malaysia Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 190
11.5.1 Malaysia LNG Market Structure 190
11.5.2 Malaysia Refinery Market Structure 192
11.5.3 Malaysia Storage Market Structure 193
12 Myanmar Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 194
12.1 Myanmar Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 195
12.2 Myanmar Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 196
12.2.1 Drivers 196
12.2.2 Challenges 196
12.3 Myanmar Oil and Gas Infrastructure 196
12.3.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 196
12.3.2 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 197
12.4 Myanmar Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 198
12.4.1 Myanmar Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 198
12.4.2 Myanmar Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 199
12.5 Myanmar Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 199
12.5.1 Myanmar Refinery Market Structure 199
12.5.2 Myanmar Storage Market Structure 200
13 New Zealand Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 201
13.1 New Zealand Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 201
13.2 New Zealand Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 202
13.2.1 Drivers 202
13.2.2 Challenges 202
13.3 New Zealand Oil and Gas Infrastructure 202
13.3.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 202
13.3.2 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 203
13.4 New Zealand Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 204
13.4.1 New Zealand Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 204
13.4.2 New Zealand Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 205
13.5 New Zealand Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 207
13.5.1 New Zealand Refinery Market Structure 207
13.5.2 New Zealand Storage Market Structure 208
14 Pakistan Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 209
14.1 Pakistan Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 210
14.2 Pakistan Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 211
14.2.1 Drivers 211
14.2.2 Challenges 211
14.3 Pakistan Oil and Gas Infrastructure 211
14.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 211
14.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 212
14.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 213
14.4 Pakistan Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 215
14.4.1 Pakistan LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 215
14.4.2 Pakistan Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 216
14.4.3 Pakistan Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 217
14.5 Pakistan Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 220
14.5.1 Pakistan Refinery Market Structure 220
14.5.2 Pakistan Storage Market Structure 221
15 Papua New Guinea Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 222
15.1 Papua New Guinea Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 222
15.2 Papua New Guinea Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 223
15.2.1 Drivers 223
15.2.2 Challenges 223
15.3 Papua New Guinea Oil and Gas Infrastructure 223
15.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 223
15.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 224
15.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 224
15.4 Papua New Guinea Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 224
15.4.1 Papua New Guinea LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 224
15.4.2 Papua New Guinea Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 225
15.4.3 Papua New Guinea Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 225
15.5 Papua New Guinea Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 226
15.5.1 Papua New Guinea Refinery Market Structure 226
15.5.2 Papua New Guinea Storage Market Structure 227
16 Philippines Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 228
16.1 Philippines Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 228
16.2 Philippines Oil and Gas Infrastructure 229
16.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 229
16.2.2 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 230
16.3 Philippines Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 231
16.3.1 Philippines Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 231
16.3.2 Philippines Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 233
16.4 Philippines Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 234
16.4.1 Philippines Refinery Market Structure 234
16.4.2 Philippines Storage Market Structure 235
17 Singapore Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 236
17.1 Singapore Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 237
17.2 Singapore Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 238
17.2.1 Drivers 238
17.2.2 Challenges 238
17.3 Singapore Oil and Gas Infrastructure 238
17.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 238
17.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 239
17.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 240
17.4 Singapore Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 241
17.4.1 Singapore LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 241
17.4.2 Singapore Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 241
17.4.3 Singapore Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 243
17.5 Singapore Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 244
17.5.1 Singapore LNG Market Structure 244
17.5.2 Singapore Refinery Market Structure 245
17.5.3 Singapore Storage Market Structure 246
18 South Korea Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 247
18.1 South Korea Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 248
18.2 South Korea Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 249
18.2.1 Drivers 249
18.2.2 Challenges 249
18.3 South Korea Oil and Gas Infrastructure 249
18.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 249
18.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 250
18.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 251
18.4 South Korea Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 252
18.4.1 South Korea LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 252
18.4.2 South Korea Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 252
18.4.3 South Korea Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 255
18.5 South Korea Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 256
18.5.1 South Korea LNG Market Structure 256
18.5.2 South Korea Refinery Market Structure 257
18.5.3 South Korea Storage Market Structure 258
19 Thailand Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 259
19.1 Thailand Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 260
19.2 Thailand Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 261
19.2.1 Drivers 261
19.2.2 Challenges 261
19.3 Thailand Oil and Gas Infrastructure 261
19.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 261
19.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 262
19.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 263
19.4 Thailand Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 264
19.4.1 Thailand LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 264
19.4.2 Thailand Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 264
19.4.3 Thailand Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 266
19.5 Thailand Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 268
19.5.1 Thailand LNG Market Structure 268
19.5.2 Thailand Refinery Market Structure 269
19.5.3 Thailand Storage Market Structure 270
20 Taiwan Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 271
20.1 Taiwan Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 272
20.2 Taiwan Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 273
20.2.1 Drivers 273
20.2.2 Challenges 273
20.3 Taiwan Oil and Gas Infrastructure 273
20.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 273
20.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 273
20.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 274
20.4 Taiwan Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 274
20.4.1 Taiwan LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 274
20.4.2 Taiwan Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 275
20.4.3 Taiwan Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 276
20.5 Taiwan Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 277
20.5.1 Taiwan LNG Market Structure 277
20.5.2 Taiwan Refinery Market Structure 278
20.5.3 Taiwan Storage Market Structure 279
21 Vietnam Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 280
21.1 Vietnam Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 281
21.2 Vietnam Oil and Gas Industry Drivers and Challenges 282
21.2.1 Drivers 282
21.2.2 Challenges 282
21.3 Vietnam Oil and Gas Infrastructure 282
21.3.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 282
21.3.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 283
21.3.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 284
21.4 Vietnam Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 285
21.4.1 Vietnam LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 285
21.4.2 Vietnam Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 286
21.4.3 Vietnam Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 287
21.5 Vietnam Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 288
21.5.1 Vietnam Refinery Market Structure 288
21.5.2 Vietnam Storage Market Structure 289
22 Latest Developments in Asia Pacific Oil and Gas Markets 290
22.1 BP and CNOOC sign 20-year LNG deal for China- June 2014 290
22.2 EnQuest to acquire Exxon Exploration Company in Malaysia- June 2014 291
22.3 South Korea's oil imports from Iran decreased to 44% in May- June 2014 291
22.4 Sapura Kencana Petroleum subsidiaries win three new offshore contracts in Malaysia and Thailand –June 2014 292
22.5 Cairn India to increase production in the Rajasthan Block by 50%- June 2014 293
22.6 Salamander to divest 40% interest in Thailand's Bualuang field- June 2014 294
22.7 Gazprom to Sell Its Stake in Lithuanian Utilities- June 2014 295
22.8 Shell sells major stakes of 19% in Australia's Woodside- June 2014 296
22.9 ExxonMobil sells stake in Seligi oil field to UK's EnQuest- June 2014 296
22.10 Viking Seatech Secured AU$60 million contracts in Whole Asia Pacific- June 2014 297
22.11 KrisEnergy Acquires Stake in Thailand Block- May 2014 298
22.12 ConocoPhillips discovers gas at Browse basin offshore Australia- May 2014 298
22.13 Aqualis awarded with contracts worth US $11 million in Asia -May 2014 299
22.14 ONGC drills the first- ever well in India's Palar Basin- May 2014 300
22.15 New Zealand Offers 2014 Exploration Blocks- April 2014 301
22.16 Total Plans To Drill for Shale Gas In China- March 2014 301
22.17 Shell Discovers Oil Offshore Sabah- March 2014 302
22.18 Myanmar awards 20 offshore exploration tenders- March 2014 302
23 Appendix 304
23.1 About Us 304
23.2 Abbreviations 304
23.3 Sources and Methodology 304
23.4 Contact Information 305
23.5 Disclaimer 305


List of Tables

Table 1: Asia Pacific- Primary Energy Consumption Forecast by Country, mtoe, 2000-2020 25
Table 2: Asia Pacific- GDP Forecast by Country, Billion USD, 2000-2020 26
Table 3: Asia Pacific- Population Forecast by Country, millions, 2000-2025 27
Table 4: Asia Pacific Refining Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 28
Table 5: Asia Pacific Refining Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 29
Table 6: Asia Pacific Coking Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 29
Table 7: Asia Pacific FCC Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 30
Table 8: Asia Pacific Hydrocracking Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 31
Table 9: Asia Pacific LNG Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020 31
Table 10: Asia Pacific LNG Regasification Capacity Outlook by Country, mtpa, 2005- 2020 32
Table 11: Asia Pacific Oil Storage Capacity Outlook by Country, MMcm m3, 2005- 2020 (I) 33
Table 12: Asia Pacific Oil Storage Capacity Outlook by Country, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (II) 34
Table 13: Asia Pacific Benchmarking- Overall Ranking 35
Table 14: Asia Pacific Benchmarking- Economic Index 36
Table 15: Asia Pacific Benchmarking- Supply Index 37
Table 16: Asia Pacific Benchmarking- Demand Index 38
Table 17: Asia Pacific Benchmarking- Growth Index 39
Table 18: Asia Pacific- Planned Refineries –Country, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2020 (I) 41
Table 19: Asia Pacific- Planned Refineries –Country, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2020 (II) 42
Table 20: Asia Pacific- Planned Refineries –Country, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2020 (III) 43
Table 21: Asia Pacific- Refinery Expansion Details, 2014-2020 (I) 44
Table 22: Asia Pacific- Refinery Expansion Details, 2014-2020 (II) 45
Table 23: Asia Pacific- Planned LNG Terminals, 2020 (I) 47
Table 24: Asia Pacific- Planned LNG Terminals, 2020 (II) 48
Table 25: Asia Pacific- Planned LNG Terminals , 2020 (III) 49
Table 26: Asia Pacific- LNG Terminal Expansion Projects, 2014-2020 50
Table 27: Asia Pacific- Planned Storage Terminals, 2014- 2020 (I) 51
Table 28: Asia Pacific- Planned Storage Terminals, 2014- 2020 (II) 52
Table 29: Asia Pacific- Storage Expansion Terminals, 2014-2020 (I) 53
Table 30: Asia Pacific- Storage Expansion Terminals, 2014-2020 (II) 54
Table 31: Australia Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 56
Table 32: Australia Existing LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 57
Table 33: Australia Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 58
Table 34: Australia Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 59
Table 35: Australia Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 60
Table 36: Australia Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 61
Table 37: Australia Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (III) 62
Table 38: Australia Planned Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information 62
Table 39: Australia LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005- 2020 63
Table 40: Australia CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 64
Table 41: Australia FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 64
Table 42: Australia HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 65
Table 43: Australia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (I) 65
Table 44: Australia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (II) 66
Table 45: Australia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (III) 67
Table 46: Brunei Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 71
Table 47: Brunei Darussalam Existing LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 72
Table 48: Brunei Darussalam Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 73
Table 49: Brunei Darussalam LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005- 2020 73
Table 50: Brunei Darussalam CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 73
Table 51: China Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 77
Table 52: China Existing LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 78
Table 53: China Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020- 79
Table 54: China Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 80
Table 55: China Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 81
Table 56: China Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (III) 82
Table 57: China Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 83
Table 58: China Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 84
Table 59: China Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 85
Table 60: China Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (III) 86
Table 61: China Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (IV) 87
Table 62: China Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (V) 88
Table 63: China Planned Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 88
Table 64: China LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005- 2020 89
Table 65: China CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 90
Table 66: China CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 91
Table 67: China CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (III) 92
Table 68: China CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (IV) 93
Table 69: China Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 94
Table 70: China Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 95
Table 71: China FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 96
Table 72: China FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 97
Table 73: China FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (III) 98
Table 74: China HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 99
Table 75: China HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 100
Table 76: China Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (I) 101
Table 77: China Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (II) 102
Table 78: China Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (III) 103
Table 79: China Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (IV) 104
Table 80: China Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (V) 105
Table 81: China Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (VI) 106
Table 82: China Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (VII) 107
Table 83: China Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (VIII) 108
Table 84: India Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 113
Table 85: India Existing LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 114
Table 86: India Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 115
Table 87: India Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 116
Table 88: India Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 117
Table 89: India Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 117
Table 90: India Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 118
Table 91: India Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (III) 119
Table 92: India Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (IV) 120
Table 93: India Planned Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 120
Table 94: India LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005- 2020 121
Table 95: India CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 122
Table 96: India CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 123
Table 97: India Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 124
Table 98: India FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 125
Table 99: India HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 126
Table 100: India Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (I) 127
Table 101: India Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (II) 128
Table 102: India Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (III) 129
Table 103: India Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (IV) 130
Table 104: India Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (V) 131
Table 105: Indonesia Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 136
Table 106: Indonesia Existing LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 137
Table 107: Indonesia Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 138
Table 108: Indonesia Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 138
Table 109: Indonesia Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 139
Table 110: Indonesia Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 139
Table 111: Indonesia Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 140
Table 112: Indonesia Planned Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 141
Table 113: Indonesia LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005- 2020 141
Table 114: Indonesia LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, 2005- 2020 142
Table 115: Indonesia CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 143
Table 116: Indonesia Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 144
Table 117: Indonesia FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 144
Table 118: Indonesia HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 144
Table 119: Indonesia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (I) 145
Table 120: Indonesia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (II) 146
Table 121: Japan Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 151
Table 122: Japan Existing LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 153
Table 123: Japan Existing LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 154
Table 124: Japan Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 154
Table 125: Japan Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 155
Table 126: Japan Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 156
Table 127: Japan Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 157
Table 128: Japan Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 158
Table 129: Japan Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (III) 159
Table 130: Japan LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005- 2020 160
Table 131: Japan LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005- 2020 161
Table 132: Japan CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 162
Table 133: Japan CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 163
Table 134: Japan CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (III) 164
Table 135: Japan Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 164
Table 136: Japan FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (I) 165
Table 137: Japan FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 (II) 166
Table 138: Japan HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 167
Table 139: Japan Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3 2005- 2020 (I) 168
Table 140: Japan Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (II) 169
Table 141: Japan Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (III) 170
Table 142: Japan Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (IV) 171
Table 143: Malaysia Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 176
Table 144: Malaysia Existing LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 178
Table 145: Malaysia Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 178
Table 146: Malaysia Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 179
Table 147: Malaysia Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 180
Table 148: Malaysia Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 181
Table 149: Malaysia Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 182
Table 150: Malaysia Planned Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information 183
Table 151: Malaysia LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005- 2020 183
Table 152: Malaysia LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005- 2020 184
Table 153: Malaysia CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 185
Table 154: Malaysia Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 186
Table 155: Malaysia FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 186
Table 156: Malaysia HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 186
Table 157: Malaysia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (I) 187
Table 158: Malaysia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (II) 188
Table 159: Malaysia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 (III) 189
Table 160: Myanmar Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 195
Table 161: Myanmar Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 196
Table 162: Myanmar Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 197
Table 163: Myanmar Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2013 197
Table 164: Myanmar Planned Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Storage Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 197
Table 165: Myanmar CDU Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 198
Table 166: Myanmar Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 198
Table 167: Myanmar Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005- 2020 199
Table 168: New Zealand Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 201
Table 169: New Zealand Existing Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 202
Table 170: New Zealand Existing Storage Terminals - Location, Start Up, Sto


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