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Middle East Oil and Gas Industry Research Report (Q3 2014)- Shifting Trends Towards Consumption of Light and High Quality Fuels

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Middle East Oil and Gas Industry Research Report (Q3 2014)- Shifting Trends Towards Consumption of Light and High Quality Fuels

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The latest report on Middle East 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 14 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 Middle East 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

- 14 oil and gas markets including Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Syrian Arab Republic, United Arab Emirates, Yemen
- 153 oil and gas companies
- 217 LNG, storage and refinery assets (122 storage, 75 refineries, 20 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 14 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 9
1.2 List of Figures 14
2 Middle East Oil and Gas Industry Outlook 15
2.1 Middle East Primary Energy and Economic Outlook 17
2.1.1 Primary Energy Consumption Forecast by Country, 2000- 2020 17
2.1.2 GDP Forecast by Country, 2000- 2020 18
2.1.3 Population Forecast by Country, 2000- 2025 19
2.2 Middle East Oil and Gas Capacity Outlook by Segment 20
2.2.1 Middle East Refining Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 20
2.2.2 Middle East Coking Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 21
2.2.3 Middle East Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 21
2.2.4 Middle East Hydrocracking Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 22
2.2.5 Middle East LNG Liquefication Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 24
2.2.6 Middle East LNG Regasification Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 25
2.2.7 Middle East Oil Storage Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 26
3 Middle East Oil and Gas Industry Benchmarking 27
3.1 Country Comparison- Overall Ranking 27
3.2 Country Comparison- Economic Index 28
3.3 Country Comparison- Supply Index 28
3.4 Country Comparison- Demand Index 29
3.5 Country Comparison- Growth Index 30
4 Middle East Oil and Gas Investment Opportunities 31
4.1 Planned Greenfield Refineries and Expansion Projects by Country 31
4.1.1 Middle East- Planned Greenfield Refineries, 2020 31
4.1.2 Middle East- Refinery Expansion Projects Details, 2014-2020 33
4.2 Planned Greenfield LNG Terminals and Expansion Projects by Country 34
4.2.1 Middle East-Planned Greenfield LNG Terminals, 2020 34
4.3 Planned Oil storage Terminals Details 35
4.3.1 Middle East-Planned Storage Terminal Details, 2014- 2020 35
4.3.2 Middle East- Storage Expansion Projects, 2014-2020 36
5 Bahrain Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 37
5.1 Bahrain Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 38
5.2 Bahrain Oil and Gas Infrastructure 39
5.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 39
5.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 39
5.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 40
5.3 Bahrain Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 40
5.3.1 Bahrain LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 40
5.3.2 Bahrain Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 41
5.3.3 Bahrain Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 42
5.4 Bahrain Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 43
5.4.1 Bahrain Refinery Market Structure 43
5.4.2 Bahrain Storage Market Structure 44
6 Iran Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 45
6.1 Iran Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 46
6.2 Iran Oil and Gas Infrastructure 46
6.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 46
6.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 47
6.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 48
6.3 Iran Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 50
6.3.1 Iran LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 50
6.3.2 Iran Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 50
6.3.3 Iran Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 53
6.4 Iran Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 56
6.4.1 Iran Refinery Market Structure 56
6.4.2 Iran Storage Market Structure 57
7 Iraq Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 58
7.1 Iraq Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 59
7.2 Iraq Oil and Gas Infrastructure 59
7.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 59
7.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 60
7.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 61
7.3 Iraq Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 61
7.3.1 Iraq LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 61
7.3.2 Iraq Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 62
7.3.3 Iraq Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 64
7.4 Iraq Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 65
7.4.1 Iraq Refinery Market Structure 65
7.4.2 Iraq Storage Market Structure 66
8 Israel Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 67
8.1 Israel Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 68
8.2 Israel Oil and Gas Infrastructure 69
8.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 69
8.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 69
8.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 70
8.3 Israel Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 70
8.3.1 Israel LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 70
8.3.2 Israel Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 71
8.3.3 Israel Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 72
8.4 Israel Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 73
8.4.1 Israel LNG Market Structure 73
8.4.2 Israel Refinery Market Structure 74
8.4.3 Israel Storage Market Structure 75
9 Jordan Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 76
9.1 Jordan Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 76
9.2 Jordan Oil and Gas Infrastructure 76
9.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 76
9.3 Jordan Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 77
9.3.1 Jordan Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 77
9.4 Jordan Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 78
9.4.1 Jordan Refinery Market Structure 78
10 Kuwait Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 79
10.1 Kuwait Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 80
10.2 Kuwait Oil and Gas Infrastructure 81
10.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 81
10.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 81
10.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 82
10.3 Kuwait Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 82
10.3.1 Kuwait LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 82
10.3.2 Kuwait Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 83
10.3.3 Kuwait Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 84
10.4 Kuwait Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 85
10.4.1 Kuwait LNG Market Structure 85
10.4.2 Kuwait Refinery Market Structure 86
10.4.3 Kuwait Storage Market Structure 87
11 Lebanon Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 88
11.1 Lebanon Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 88
11.2 Lebanon Oil and Gas Infrastructure 89
11.2.1 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 89
11.3 Lebanon Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 90
11.3.1 Lebanon Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 90
11.4 Lebanon Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 91
11.4.1 Lebanon Storage Market Structure 91
12 Oman Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 92
12.1 Oman Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 93
12.2 Oman Oil and Gas Infrastructure 94
12.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 94
12.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 94
12.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 95
12.3 Oman Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 95
12.3.1 Oman LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 95
12.3.2 Oman Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 96
12.3.3 Oman Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 96
12.4 Oman Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 97
12.4.1 Oman LNG Market Structure 97
12.4.2 Oman Refinery Market Structure 98
12.4.3 Oman Storage Market Structure 99
13 Qatar Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 100
13.1 Qatar Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 101
13.2 Qatar Oil and Gas Infrastructure 102
13.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 102
13.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 102
13.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 103
13.3 Qatar Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 103
13.3.1 Qatar LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 103
13.3.2 Qatar Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 104
13.3.3 Qatar Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 104
13.4 Qatar Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 105
13.4.1 Qatar LNG Market Structure 105
13.4.2 Qatar Refinery Market Structure 106
13.4.3 Qatar Storage Market Structure 107
14 Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 108
14.1 Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 109
14.2 Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Infrastructure 110
14.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 110
14.2.2 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 111
14.3 Saudi Arabia Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 112
14.3.1 Saudi Arabia Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 112
14.3.2 Saudi Arabia Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 114
14.4 Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 116
14.4.1 Saudi Arabia Refinery Market Structure 116
14.4.2 Saudi Arabia Storage Market Structure 117
15 Syria Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 118
15.1 Syria Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 119
15.2 Syria Oil and Gas Infrastructure 120
15.2.1 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 120
15.2.2 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 120
15.3 Syria Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 121
15.3.1 Syria Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 121
15.3.2 Syria Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 122
15.4 Syria Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 122
15.4.1 Syria Refinery Market Structure 122
15.4.2 Syria Storage Market Structure 123
16 The UAE Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 124
16.1 United Arab Emirates Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 125
16.2 United Arab Emirates Oil and Gas Infrastructure 126
16.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 126
16.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 126
16.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 127
16.3 United Arab Emirates Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 130
16.3.1 United Arab Emirates LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 130
16.3.2 United Arab Emirates Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 131
16.3.3 United Arab Emirates Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 132
16.4 United Arab Emirates Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 135
16.4.1 United Arab Emirates LNG Market Structure 135
16.4.2 United Arab Emirates Refinery Market Structure 137
16.4.3 United Arab Emirates Storage Market Structure 138
17 Yemen Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 139
17.1 Yemen Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 140
17.2 Yemen Oil and Gas Infrastructure 141
17.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 141
17.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 141
17.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 141
17.3 Yemen Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 142
17.3.1 Yemen LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 142
17.3.2 Yemen Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 142
17.3.3 Yemen Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 143
17.4 Yemen Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 143
17.4.1 Yemen LNG Market Structure 143
17.4.2 Yemen Refinery Market Structure 144
18 Latest Developments in the Middle East Oil and Gas Markets 145
18.1 Cylingas Signs Contract With Pyramid Engineering For Ecomar Modular Refinery Project In Fujairah- June 2014 145
18.2 Oman Gas Company awards gas pipeline supply tender for Duqm- June 2014 146
18.3 Aramco confirms deepwater Red Sea oil find- June2014 147
18.4 KNPC To Start Work On Projects Worth $40.15 Billion-June 2014 148
18.5 CGG to acquire large multi-year 3D land seismic crew in Saudi Arabia- June 2014 149
18.6 Tehran, Baghdad to plan 2nd gas contract- June 2014 150
18.7 Iran's NGSC approves 20 LNG sites- June 2014 152
18.8 Kuwait signs $3bn deal to buy gas from BP- May 2014 153
18.9 New drilling contracts in the Middle East for Saipem- May 2014 153
18.10 Qatar Petroleum announces over QR40 billion investment plan in Bul Hanine redevelopment- May 2014 154
18.11 KNPC finalizes contracts for Clean Fuels Project- April 2014 156
18.12 Kuwait signs oil & diesel supply deals with Egypt- April 2014 157
18.13 Shell Lifts First Crude Oil from Iraq's Majnoon field- April 2014 158
19 Appendix 160
19.1 About US 160
19.2 Abbreviations 160
19.3 Sources and Methodology 160
19.4 Contact Information 161
19.5 Disclaimer 16

List of Tables

Table 1: Middle East- Primary Energy Demand Outlook by Country, mtoe, 2000-2020 17
Table 2: Middle East- GDP Outlook by Country, US$ Billion, 2000-2020 18
Table 3: Middle East –Population Outlook by Country, Millions, 2000-2025 19
Table 4: Middle East CDU Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005-2020 20
Table 5: Middle East Coking Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005-2020 21
Table 6: Middle East FCC Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005-2020 22
Table 7: Middle East HCC Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005-2020 23
Table 8: Middle East LNG Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Country, mtpa, 2005-2020 24
Table 9: Middle East LNG Regasification Capacity Outlook by Country, MTPA, 2005-2020 25
Table 10: Middle East Oil Storage Capacity Outlook by Country, Mmcm, 2005- 2020 26
Table 11: Middle East Benchmarking- Overall Ranking 27
Table 12: Middle East Benchmarking- Economic Index 28
Table 13: Middle East Benchmarking- Supply Index 28
Table 14: Middle East Benchmarking- Demand Index 29
Table 15: Middle East Benchmarking- Growth Index 30
Table 16: Middle East- Planned Greenfield Refineries , 2014- 2020 32
Table 17: Middle East- Refinery Expansion Terminals, Kb/d, 2014-2020 33
Table 18: Middle East- Planned Greenfield LNG Liquefaction Terminals, 2014- 2020 34
Table 19: Middle East- Planned Greenfield LNG Regasification Terminals, 2014- 2020 34
Table 20: Middle East- Planned Storage Terminals , 2014- 2020 35
Table 21: Middle East- Storage Expansion Terminals , Kb/d, 2014-2020 36
Table 22: Bahrain Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 38
Table 23: Bahrain Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 39
Table 24: Bahrain Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 39
Table 25: Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 40
Table 26: Bahrain LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 40
Table 27: Bahrain Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 41
Table 28: Bahrain FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 41
Table 29: Bahrain HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 41
Table 30: Bahrain Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 42
Table 31: Iran Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 46
Table 32: Iran Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 46
Table 33: Iran Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 47
Table 34: Iran Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 (I) 48
Table 35: Iran Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 (II) 49
Table 36: Iran LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 50
Table 37: Iran Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 51
Table 38: Iran Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 52
Table 39: Iran FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 52
Table 40: Iran HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 53
Table 41: Iran Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (I) 54
Table 42: Iran Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (II) 55
Table 43: Iraq Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 59
Table 44: Iraq Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2014- 2020 59
Table 45: Iraq Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 60
Table 46: Iraq Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 61
Table 47: Iraq LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 61
Table 48: Iraq Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 62
Table 49: Iraq FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 63
Table 50: Iraq HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 63
Table 51: Iraq Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 64
Table 52: Israel Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 68
Table 53: Israel Operational and Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information 69
Table 54: Israel Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 69
Table 55: Israel Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 70
Table 56: Israel LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 70
Table 57: Israel LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 71
Table 58: Israel Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 71
Table 59: Israel FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 71
Table 60: Israel HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 71
Table 61: Israel Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 72
Table 62: Jordan Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 76
Table 63: Jordan Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 76
Table 64: Jordan Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 77
Table 65: Jordan FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 77
Table 66: Jordan HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 77
Table 67: Kuwait Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 80
Table 68: Kuwait LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 81
Table 69: Kuwait Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 81
Table 70: Kuwait Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 82
Table 71: Kuwait LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 82
Table 72: Kuwait Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 83
Table 73: Kuwait Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 83
Table 74: Kuwait FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 83
Table 75: Kuwait HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 84
Table 76: Kuwait Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 84
Table 77: Lebanon Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 88
Table 78: Lebanon Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 89
Table 79: Lebanon Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 90
Table 80: Oman Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 93
Table 81: Oman Operational and Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 94
Table 82: Oman Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 94
Table 83: Oman Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 95
Table 84: Oman LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 95
Table 85: Oman Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 96
Table 86: Oman FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 96
Table 87: Oman Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 96
Table 88: Qatar Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 101
Table 89: Qatar LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 102
Table 90: Qatar Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 102
Table 91: Qatar Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 103
Table 92: Qatar LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 103
Table 93: Qatar Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 104
Table 94: Qatar FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 104
Table 95: Qatar Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 104
Table 96: Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 109
Table 97: Saudi Arabia Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 110
Table 98: Saudi Arabia Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 111
Table 99: Saudi Arabia Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 112
Table 100: Saudi Arabia Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 113
Table 101: Saudi Arabia FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 113
Table 102: Saudi Arabia HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 114
Table 103: Saudi Arabia Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 115
Table 104: Syria Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 119
Table 105: Syria Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 120
Table 106: Syria Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 120
Table 107: Syria Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 121
Table 108: Syria Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 121
Table 109: Syria HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 121
Table 110: Syria Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 122
Table 111: United Arab Emirates Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 125
Table 112: United Arab Emirates LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 126
Table 113: United Arab Emirates Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 126
Table 114: UAE Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 (I) 127
Table 115: UAE Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 (II) 128
Table 116: UAE Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 (III) 129
Table 117: United Arab Emirates LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 130
Table 118: United Arab Emirates LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 130
Table 119: United Arab Emirates Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 131
Table 120: United Arab Emirates FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 131
Table 121: United Arab Emirates HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 132
Table 122: UAE Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (I) 132
Table 123: UAE Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (II) 133
Table 124: UAE Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (III) 134
Table 125: Yemen Oil and Gas Industry Outlook, 2013 140
Table 126: Yemen LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 141
Table 127: Yemen Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 141
Table 128: Yemen Operational and Planned Oil Storage Terminal Details, 2013 141
Table 129: Yemen LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 142
Table 130: Yemen Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 142
Table 131: Yemen HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 142
Table 132: Yemen Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 143

List of Figures

Figure 1: Bahrain Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 43
Figure 2: Bahrain Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 44
Figure 3: Iran Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 56
Figure 4: Iran Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 57
Figure 5: Iraq Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 65
Figure 6: Iraq Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 66
Figure 7: Israel LNG Regasification Industry Market Structure, 2013 73
Figure 8: Israel Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 74
Figure 9: Israel Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 75
Figure 10: Jordan Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 78
Figure 11: Kuwait LNG Industry Market Structure, 2013 85
Figure 12: Kuwait Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 86
Figure 13: Kuwait Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 87
Figure 14: Lebanon Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 91
Figure 15: Oman LNG Industry Market Structure, 2013 97
Figure 16: Oman Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 98
Figure 17: Oman Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 99
Figure 18: Qatar LNG Industry Market Structure, 2013 105
Figure 19: Qatar Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 106
Figure 20: Qatar Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 107
Figure 21: Saudi Arabia Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 116
Figure 22: Saudi Arabia Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 117
Figure 23: Syria Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 122
Figure 24: Syrian Arab Republic Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 123
Figure 25: United Arab Emirates LNG Liquefaction Industry Market Structure, 2013 135
Figure 26: United Arab Emirates LNG Regasification Industry Market Structure, 2013 136
Figure 27: United Arab Emirates Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 137
Figure 28: United Arab Emirates Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 138
Figure 29: Yemen LNG Industry Market Structure, 2013 143
Figure 30: Yemen Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 144


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IoT is still a vague buzzword for many people. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Mike Kavis, Vice President & Principal Cloud Architect at Cloud Technology Partners, will discuss the business value of IoT that goes far beyond the general public's perception that IoT is all about wearables and home consumer services. The presentation will also discuss how IoT is perceived by investors and how venture capitalist access this space. Other topics to discuss are barriers to success, what is new, what is old, and what the future may hold.
Whether you're a startup or a 100 year old enterprise, the Internet of Things offers a variety of new capabilities for your business. IoT style solutions can help you get closer your customers, launch new product lines and take over an industry. Some companies are dipping their toes in, but many have already taken the plunge, all while dramatic new capabilities continue to emerge. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Reid Carlberg, Senior Director, Developer Evangelism at salesforce.com, to discuss real-world use cases, patterns and opportunities you can harness today.
All major researchers estimate there will be tens of billions devices – computers, smartphones, tablets, and sensors – connected to the Internet by 2020. This number will continue to grow at a rapid pace for the next several decades. With major technology companies and startups seriously embracing IoT strategies, now is the perfect time to attend @ThingsExpo in Silicon Valley. Learn what is going on, contribute to the discussions, and ensure that your enterprise is as "IoT-Ready" as it can be!
Noted IoT expert and researcher Joseph di Paolantonio (pictured below) has joined the @ThingsExpo faculty. Joseph, who describes himself as an “Independent Thinker” from DataArchon, will speak on the topic of “Smart Grids & Managing Big Utilities.” Over his career, Joseph di Paolantonio has worked in the energy, renewables, aerospace, telecommunications, and information technology industries. His expertise is in data analysis, system engineering, Bayesian statistics, data warehouses, business intelligence, data mining, predictive methods, and very large databases (VLDB). Prior to DataArcho...
Software AG helps organizations transform into Digital Enterprises, so they can differentiate from competitors and better engage customers, partners and employees. Using the Software AG Suite, companies can close the gap between business and IT to create digital systems of differentiation that drive front-line agility. We offer four on-ramps to the Digital Enterprise: alignment through collaborative process analysis; transformation through portfolio management; agility through process automation and integration; and visibility through intelligent business operations and big data.
There will be 50 billion Internet connected devices by 2020. Today, every manufacturer has a propriety protocol and an app. How do we securely integrate these "things" into our lives and businesses in a way that we can easily control and manage? Even better, how do we integrate these "things" so that they control and manage each other so our lives become more convenient or our businesses become more profitable and/or safe? We have heard that the best interface is no interface. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Chris Matthieu, Co-Founder & CTO at Octoblu, Inc., will discuss how thes...
Last week, while in San Francisco, I used the Uber app and service four times. All four experiences were great, although one of the drivers stopped for 30 seconds and then left as I was walking up to the car. He must have realized I was a blogger. None the less, the next car was just a minute away and I suffered no pain. In this article, my colleague, Ved Sen, Global Head, Advisory Services Social, Mobile and Sensors at Cognizant shares his experiences and insights.
We are reaching the end of the beginning with WebRTC and real systems using this technology have begun to appear. One challenge that faces every WebRTC deployment (in some form or another) is identity management. For example, if you have an existing service – possibly built on a variety of different PaaS/SaaS offerings – and you want to add real-time communications you are faced with a challenge relating to user management, authentication, authorization, and validation. Service providers will want to use their existing identities, but these will have credentials already that are (hopefully) ir...
Can call centers hang up the phones for good? Intuitive Solutions did. WebRTC enabled this contact center provider to eliminate antiquated telephony and desktop phone infrastructure with a pure web-based solution, allowing them to expand beyond brick-and-mortar confines to a home-based agent model. It also ensured scalability and better service for customers, including MUY! Companies, one of the country's largest franchise restaurant companies with 232 Pizza Hut locations. This is one example of WebRTC adoption today, but the potential is limitless when powered by IoT. Attendees will learn rea...
From telemedicine to smart cars, digital homes and industrial monitoring, the explosive growth of IoT has created exciting new business opportunities for real time calls and messaging. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Ivelin Ivanov, CEO and Co-Founder of Telestax, will share some of the new revenue sources that IoT created for Restcomm – the open source telephony platform from Telestax. Ivelin Ivanov is a technology entrepreneur who founded Mobicents, an Open Source VoIP Platform, to help create, deploy, and manage applications integrating voice, video and data. He is the co-founder ...
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises to create new business models as significant as those that were inspired by the Internet and the smartphone 20 and 10 years ago. What business, social and practical implications will this phenomenon bring? That's the subject of "Monetizing the Internet of Things: Perspectives from the Front Lines," an e-book released today and available free of charge from Aria Systems, the leading innovator in recurring revenue management.
The Internet of Things will put IT to its ultimate test by creating infinite new opportunities to digitize products and services, generate and analyze new data to improve customer satisfaction, and discover new ways to gain a competitive advantage across nearly every industry. In order to help corporate business units to capitalize on the rapidly evolving IoT opportunities, IT must stand up to a new set of challenges.
There’s Big Data, then there’s really Big Data from the Internet of Things. IoT is evolving to include many data possibilities like new types of event, log and network data. The volumes are enormous, generating tens of billions of logs per day, which raise data challenges. Early IoT deployments are relying heavily on both the cloud and managed service providers to navigate these challenges. In her session at 6th Big Data Expo®, Hannah Smalltree, Director at Treasure Data, to discuss how IoT, Big Data and deployments are processing massive data volumes from wearables, utilities and other mach...
P2P RTC will impact the landscape of communications, shifting from traditional telephony style communications models to OTT (Over-The-Top) cloud assisted & PaaS (Platform as a Service) communication services. The P2P shift will impact many areas of our lives, from mobile communication, human interactive web services, RTC and telephony infrastructure, user federation, security and privacy implications, business costs, and scalability. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Erik Lagerway, Co-founder of Hookflash, will walk through the shifting landscape of traditional telephone and voice s...
While great strides have been made relative to the video aspects of remote collaboration, audio technology has basically stagnated. Typically all audio is mixed to a single monaural stream and emanates from a single point, such as a speakerphone or a speaker associated with a video monitor. This leads to confusion and lack of understanding among participants especially regarding who is actually speaking. Spatial teleconferencing introduces the concept of acoustic spatial separation between conference participants in three dimensional space. This has been shown to significantly improve comprehe...
The Internet of Things is tied together with a thin strand that is known as time. Coincidentally, at the core of nearly all data analytics is a timestamp. When working with time series data there are a few core principles that everyone should consider, especially across datasets where time is the common boundary. In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, Jim Scott, Director of Enterprise Strategy & Architecture at MapR Technologies, will discuss single-value, geo-spatial, and log time series data. By focusing on enterprise applications and the data center, he will use OpenTSDB as an example...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Gridstore™, the leader in software-defined storage (SDS) purpose-built for Windows Servers and Hyper-V, will exhibit at SYS-CON's 15th International Cloud Expo®, which will take place on November 4–6, 2014, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. Gridstore™ is the leader in software-defined storage purpose built for virtualization that is designed to accelerate applications in virtualized environments. Using its patented Server-Side Virtual Controller™ Technology (SVCT) to eliminate the I/O blender effect and accelerate applications Gridsto...
The Transparent Cloud-computing Consortium (abbreviation: T-Cloud Consortium) will conduct research activities into changes in the computing model as a result of collaboration between "device" and "cloud" and the creation of new value and markets through organic data processing High speed and high quality networks, and dramatic improvements in computer processing capabilities, have greatly changed the nature of applications and made the storing and processing of data on the network commonplace. These technological reforms have not only changed computers and smartphones, but are also changi...