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North America Oil and Gas Industry Research Report (Q3 2014)- Increasing Unconventional Oil Production Likely to Challenge Global Prices

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The latest report on North America 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 3 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 North America 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

-3 oil and gas markets including Canada, Mexico and United States
- 189 oil and gas companies
- 872 LNG, storage and refinery assets (718 storage, 113 refineries, 41 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 3 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 5
1.2 List of Figures 13
2 North America Oil and Gas Industry Outlook 14
2.1 North America Primary Energy and Economic Outlook 15
2.1.1 Primary Energy Consumption Forecast by Country, 2000- 2020 15
2.1.2 GDP Forecast by Country, 2000- 2020 16
2.1.3 Population Forecast by Country, 2000- 2025 16
2.2 North America Oil and Gas Capacity Outlook by Segment 16
2.2.1 North America Refining Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 16
2.2.2 North America Coking Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 17
2.2.3 North America Fluid Catalytic Cracking Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 17
2.2.4 North America Hydrocracking Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 18
2.2.5 North America LNG Liquefaction Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 18
2.2.6 North America LNG Regasification Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 19
2.2.7 North America Oil Storage Capacity by Country, 2005- 2020 19
3 North America Oil and Gas Industry Benchmarking 20
3.1 Country Comparison- Overall Ranking 20
3.2 Country Comparison- Economic Index 20
3.3 Country Comparison- Supply Index 20
3.4 Country Comparison- Demand Index 21
3.5 Country Comparison- Growth Index 21
4 North America Oil and Gas Investment Opportunities 22
4.1 Planned Greenfield Refineries and Expansion Projects by Country 22
4.1.1 North America- Planned Greenfield Refineries, 2020 22
4.2 Planned Greenfield LNG Terminals and Expansion Projects by Country 22
4.2.1 North America-Planned Greenfield LNG Terminals, 2020 22
4.3 Planned Oil storage Terminals Details 24
4.3.1 North America-Planned Storage Terminal Details, 2020 24
4.3.2 North America- Storage Expansion Projects, 2013-2020 25
5 Canada Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 26
5.1 Canada Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 27
5.2 Canada Oil and Gas Infrastructure 28
5.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 28
5.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 29
5.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 30
5.3 Canada Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 33
5.3.1 Canada LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 33
5.3.2 Canada Refining, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 34
5.3.3 Canada Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 37
5.4 Canada Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 40
5.4.1 Canada LNG Market Structure 40
5.4.2 Canada Refinery Market Structure 41
5.4.3 Canada Storage Market Structure 42
6 Mexico Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 43
6.1 Mexico Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 44
6.2 Mexico Oil and Gas Infrastructure 45
6.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 45
6.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 46
6.3 Mexico Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 46
6.3.1 Mexico LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 46
6.3.2 Mexico Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 47
6.3.3 Mexico Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 48
6.4 Mexico Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 49
6.4.1 Mexico LNG Market Structure 49
6.4.2 Mexico Refinery Market Structure 50
6.4.3 Mexico Storage Market Structure 51
7 United States Oil and Gas Industry Analysis and Outlook 52
7.1 United States Oil and Gas- Key Snapshot 53
7.2 United States Oil and Gas Infrastructure 54
7.2.1 Operational and Planned LNG Terminal Details 54
7.2.2 Operational and Planned Refinery Details 56
7.2.3 Operational and Planned Storage Terminal Details 63
7.3 United States Asset wise Capacity Outlook to 2020 116
7.3.1 United States LNG Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 116
7.3.2 United States Refining, Coking, FCC, HCC Capacity Outlook by Refinery, 2005- 2020 117
7.3.3 United States Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2005- 2020 137
7.4 United States Oil and Gas Competitive Landscape 190
7.4.1 United States LNG Market Structure 190
7.4.2 United States Refinery Market Structure 192
7.4.3 United States Storage Market Structure 193
8 Latest Developments in the North American Oil and Gas Markets 194
8.1 Subsea 7 S.A. awarded contract in Gulf of Mexico- June 2014 194
8.2 Canyon Midstream to Expand Permian Basin System- June 2014 194
8.3 Chevron Phillips Breaks Ground for Petrochemicals on US Gulf Coast- June 2014 195
8.4 United States to export oil for 1st time since 1970s- June 2014 196
8.5 Northern Gateway Receives Approval from Government of Canada-June 2014 197
8.6 Noble Energy acquires 50% stake in BP's exploration leases in Gulf of Mexico- June 2014 199
8.7 Encana completes $3.1 billion purchase of Eagle Ford acreage- June 2014 200
8.8 Williams To Take Over Access Midstream For $6 Billion- June 2014 201
8.9 ExxonMobil Increases Liquids-rich Wolfcamp Acreage in Permian Basin-May 2014 202
8.10 ExxonMobil Discovers Shale Oil and Gas in Argentina- May 2014 203
8.11 Stone Energy discovers oil in US Gulf of Mexico- April 2014 204
8.12 ExxonMobil to Start Production at Record Number of New Oil and Gas Projects in 2014-March 2014 205
8.13 BP discovers oil at Gila prospect in Gulf of Mexico- December 2013 207
9 Appendix 209
9.1 About Us 209
9.2 Abbreviations 209
9.3 Sources and Methodology 209
9.4 Contact Information 210
9.5 Disclaimer 210

List of Tables

Table 1: North America- Primary Energy Consumption Forecast by Country, mtoe, 2000-2020 15
Table 2: North America- GDP Forecast by Country, US$ Billion, 2000-2020 16
Table 3: North America- Population Forecast by Country, Millions, 2000-2025 16
Table 4: North America Refining Capacity Outlook by Country, mb/d, 2005- 2020 16
Table 5: North America Coking Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 17
Table 6: North America FCC Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 17
Table 7: North America HCC Capacity Outlook by Country, Kb/d, 2005- 2020 18
Table 8: North America LNG Liquefaction Capacity Outlook by Country, Mtpa, 2005- 2020 18
Table 9: North America LNG Regasification Capacity Outlook by Country, Mtpa, 2005- 2020 19
Table 10: North America Storage Capacity Outlook by Country, Mmcm, 2005- 2020 19
Table 11: North America Benchmarking-Overall Ranking 20
Table 12: North America Benchmarking-Economic Index 20
Table 13: North America Benchmarking-Supply Index 20
Table 14: North America Benchmarking-Demand Index 21
Table 15: North America Benchmarking-Growth Index 21
Table 16: North America- Planned Greenfield Refineries , Kb/d, 2020 22
Table 17: North America- Planned Greenfield Liquefaction Terminals, Mtpa, 2020 23
Table 18: North America- Planned Greenfield LNG Regasification Terminals , Mtpa, 2020 24
Table 19: North America- Planned Storage Terminals, Thousand m3, 2020 24
Table 20: North America- Storage Expansion Terminals , Thousand m3, 2013-2020 25
Table 21: Canada Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 27
Table 22: Canada Operational and Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 28
Table 23: Canada Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 29
Table 24: Canada Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 30
Table 25: Canada Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (II) 31
Table 26: Canada Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (III) 32
Table 27: Canada LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 33
Table 28: Canada LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 33
Table 29: Canada Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (I) 34
Table 30: Canada Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (II) 35
Table 31: Canada FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 36
Table 32: Canada HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 36
Table 33: Canada Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (I) 37
Table 34: Canada Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (II) 38
Table 35: Canada Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (III) 39
Table 36: Mexico Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 44
Table 37: Mexico Operational and Planned LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information, 2013 45
Table 38: Mexico Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 46
Table 39: Mexico LNG Regasification Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 46
Table 40: Mexico Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 47
Table 41: Mexico Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 47
Table 42: Mexico FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 47
Table 43: Mexico HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 48
Table 44: Mexico Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 48
Table 45: United States Oil and Gas Industry Overview, 2013 53
Table 46: United States LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information (I) 54
Table 47: United States LNG Terminals- Location, Status, Type, Start Up, Capacity, Company Information (II) 55
Table 48: USA Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (I) 56
Table 49: USA Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (II) 57
Table 50: USA Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (III) 58
Table 51: USA Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (IV) 59
Table 52: USA Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (V) 60
Table 53: USA Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (VI) 61
Table 54: USA Operational and Planned Refineries - Location, Start Up, CDU Capacity, Company Information, 2013 (VII) 62
Table 55: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (1) 63
Table 56: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (2) 64
Table 57: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (3) 65
Table 58: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (4) 66
Table 59: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (5) 67
Table 60: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (6) 68
Table 61: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (7) 69
Table 62: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (8) 70
Table 63: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (9) 71
Table 64: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (10) 72
Table 65: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (11) 73
Table 66: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (12) 74
Table 67: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (13) 75
Table 68: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (14) 76
Table 69: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (15) 77
Table 70: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (16) 78
Table 71: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (17) 79
Table 72: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (18) 80
Table 73: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (19) 81
Table 74: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (20) 82
Table 75: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (21) 83
Table 76: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (22) 84
Table 77: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (23) 85
Table 78: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (24) 86
Table 79: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (25) 87
Table 80: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (26) 88
Table 81: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (27) 89
Table 82: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (28) 90
Table 83: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (29) 91
Table 84: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (30) 92
Table 85: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (31) 93
Table 86: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (32) 94
Table 87: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (33) 95
Table 88: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (34) 96
Table 89: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (35) 97
Table 90: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (36) 98
Table 91: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (37) 99
Table 92: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (38) 100
Table 93: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (39) 101
Table 94: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (40) 102
Table 95: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (41) 103
Table 96: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (42) 104
Table 97: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (43) 105
Table 98: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (44) 106
Table 99: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (45) 107
Table 100: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (46) 108
Table 101: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (47) 109
Table 102: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (48) 110
Table 103: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (49) 111
Table 104: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (50) 112
Table 105: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (51) 113
Table 106: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (52) 114
Table 107: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (53) 115
Table 108: United States LNG Liquefaction Capacity Forecast by Terminal, mtpa, 2005-2020 116
Table 109: United States Refining Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 117
Table 110: United States Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (I) 118
Table 111: United States Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (II) 119
Table 112: United States Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (III) 120
Table 113: United States Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (IV) 121
Table 114: United States Coking Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (V) 122
Table 115: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (I) 123
Table 116: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (II) 124
Table 117: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (III) 125
Table 118: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (IV) 126
Table 119: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (V) 127
Table 120: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (VI) 128
Table 121: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (VII) 129
Table 122: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (VIII) 130
Table 123: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (IX) 131
Table 124: United States FCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (X) 132
Table 125: United States HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (I) 133
Table 126: United States HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (II) 134
Table 127: United States HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (III) 135
Table 128: United States HCC Capacity Forecast by Refinery, 2005- 2020 (IV) 136
Table 129: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (1) 137
Table 130: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (2) 138
Table 131: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (3) 139
Table 132: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (4) 140
Table 133: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (5) 141
Table 134: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (6) 142
Table 135: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (7) 143
Table 136: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (8) 144
Table 137: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (9) 145
Table 138: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (10) 146
Table 139: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (11) 147
Table 140: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (12) 148
Table 141: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (13) 149
Table 142: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (14) 150
Table 143: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (15) 151
Table 144: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (16) 152
Table 145: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (17) 153
Table 146: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (18) 154
Table 147: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (19) 155
Table 148: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (20) 156
Table 149: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (21) 157
Table 150: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (22) 158
Table 151: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (23) 159
Table 152: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (24) 160
Table 153: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (25) 161
Table 154: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (26) 162
Table 155: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (27) 163
Table 156: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (28) 164
Table 157: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (29) 165
Table 158: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (30) 166
Table 159: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (31) 167
Table 160: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (32) 168
Table 161: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (33) 169
Table 162: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (34) 170
Table 163: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (35) 171
Table 164: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (36) 172
Table 165: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (37) 173
Table 166: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (38) 174
Table 167: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (39) 175
Table 168: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (40) 176
Table 169: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (41) 177
Table 170: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (42) 178
Table 171: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (43) 179
Table 172: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (44) 180
Table 173: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (45) 181
Table 174: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (46) 182
Table 175: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (47) 183
Table 176: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (48) 184
Table 177: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (49) 185
Table 178: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (50) 186
Table 179: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (51) 187
Table 180: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (52) 188
Table 181: United States Storage Capacity Forecast by Terminal, Thousand m3, 2005-2020 (53) 189

List of Figures

Figure 1: Canada LNG Regasification Industry Market Structure, 2013 40
Figure 2: Canada Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 41
Figure 3: Canada Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 42
Figure 4: Mexico LNG Industry Market Structure, 2013 49
Figure 5: Mexico Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 50
Figure 6: Mexico Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 51
Figure 7: Unites States LNG Liquefaction Industry Market Structure, 2013 190
Figure 8: Unites States LNG Regasification Industry Market Structure, 2013 191
Figure 9: USA Refinery Industry Market Structure, 2013 192
Figure 10: United States Storage Industry Market Structure, 2013 193


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The 4th International DevOps Summit, co-located with16th International Cloud Expo – being held June 9-11, 2015, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY – announces that its Call for Papers is now open. Born out of proven success in agile development, cloud computing, and process automation, DevOps is a macro trend you cannot afford to miss. From showcase success stories from early adopters and web-scale businesses, DevOps is expanding to organizations of all sizes, including the world's large...
The Internet of Things promises to transform businesses (and lives), but navigating the business and technical path to success can be difficult to understand. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Sean Lorenz, Technical Product Manager for Xively at LogMeIn, demonstrated how to approach creating broadly successful connected customer solutions using real world business transformation studies including New England BioLabs and more.
WebRTC defines no default signaling protocol, causing fragmentation between WebRTC silos. SIP and XMPP provide possibilities, but come with considerable complexity and are not designed for use in a web environment. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Matthew Hodgson, technical co-founder of the Matrix.org, discussed how Matrix is a new non-profit Open Source Project that defines both a new HTTP-based standard for VoIP & IM signaling and provides reference implementations.
DevOps Summit 2015 New York, co-located with the 16th International Cloud Expo - to be held June 9-11, 2015, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY - announces that it is now accepting Keynote Proposals. The widespread success of cloud computing is driving the DevOps revolution in enterprise IT. Now as never before, development teams must communicate and collaborate in a dynamic, 24/7/365 environment. There is no time to wait for long development cycles that produce software that is obsolete...
Explosive growth in connected devices. Enormous amounts of data for collection and analysis. Critical use of data for split-second decision making and actionable information. All three are factors in making the Internet of Things a reality. Yet, any one factor would have an IT organization pondering its infrastructure strategy. How should your organization enhance its IT framework to enable an Internet of Things implementation? In his session at Internet of @ThingsExpo, James Kirkland, Chief Ar...
"SAP had made a big transition into the cloud as we believe it has significant value for our customers, drives innovation and is easy to consume. When you look at the SAP portfolio, SAP HANA is the underlying platform and it powers all of our platforms and all of our analytics," explained Thorsten Leiduck, VP ISVs & Digital Commerce at SAP, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at 15th Cloud Expo, held Nov 4-6, 2014, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.
SAP is delivering break-through innovation combined with fantastic user experience powered by the market-leading in-memory technology, SAP HANA. In his General Session at 15th Cloud Expo, Thorsten Leiduck, VP ISVs & Digital Commerce, SAP, discussed how SAP and partners provide cloud and hybrid cloud solutions as well as real-time Big Data offerings that help companies of all sizes and industries run better. SAP launched an application challenge to award the most innovative SAP HANA and SAP HANA...