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Natural Gas-Processing Outlook 2013-2017 - Most Capacity Growth Will Come from the EMEA

The industry is witnessing rapid growth in certain areas across regions worldwide, mostly driven by local and regional factors. In North America, for example, rapid development of liquids-rich shale plays is driving the construction …

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Summary

The industry is witnessing rapid growth in certain areas across regions worldwide, mostly driven by local and regional factors. In North America, for example, rapid development of liquids-rich shale plays is driving the construction of new natural-gas-processing plants and fractionation units, along with the development of new pipelines. In the Middle East, major natural-gas-rich countries such as Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar plan to build new natural gas-processing plants to increase their gas production. In Europe, Russia is continuing to build new gas-processing capacity to bring new gas fields online. In Asia-Pacific, Turkmenistan plans to build new gas-processing plants to translate its rapid gas reserve growth into gas production, as has gradually improved access to new markets for its gas exports.

Scope

The report provides analysis of the global gas processing industry, comprising the following -
- Overview of the global gas processing industry
- Analysis of the Americas; Europe, Middle East, and Africa; and Asia-Pacific regions by key countries and by plant type
- Drivers and issues for the gas-processing industry globally
- Comparison of key operators in the world by active gas-processing capacity and by ownership in terms of number of active gas-processing plants
- Comparison of key gas-processing plants by volume processed

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision-making capabilities by allowing you to -
- Obtain the most up-to-date information and analysis available on the gas processing industry globally
- Identify opportunities in the global gas processing market
- Facilitate decision-making on the basis of the most recent capacity data
- Assess your competitor's gas processing plants and their capacity

1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 5
1.1 List of Tables 6
1.2 List of Figures 7
2 Global Gas Processing Industry - Overview 9
2.1 Natural Gas Processing - Introduction 9
2.2 A Snapshot 9
2.3 Analysis by Super-Region 11
2.3.1 Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) Production by Super-Region 16
2.4 Drivers 20
3 Americas 22
3.1 Distribution of Active Natural Gas Processing Capacity in Key Countries in the Americas 24
3.2 Distribution of Planned Natural Gas Processing Capacity by Key Countries in the Americas 27
4 EMEA 30
4.1 Distribution of Active Natural Gas Processing Capacity by Key Countries in EMEA 31
4.2 Distribution of Planned Natural Gas Processing Capacity by Key Countries in EMEA 33
5 Asia-Pacific 36
5.1 Distribution of Active Natural Gas Processing Capacity by Key Countries in the Asia-Pacific Super-Region 37
5.2 Distribution of Planned Natural Gas Processing Capacity by Key Countries in the Asia-Pacific Super-Region 39
6 Benchmarking 42
6.1 Major Operators by Active Capacity 42
6.2 Major Operators by Number of Plants 43
6.3 Major Operators by Planned Natural Gas Processing Plant Capacity Addition to 2017 45
6.4 Key Natural Gas Processing Plants by Volume Processed 46
6.5 Major Planned Natural Gas Processing Plants to 2017 47
7 Appendix 48
7.1 Definitions 48
7.2 Abbreviations 48
7.3 Sources 48
7.4 Research Methodology 49
7.4.1 Coverage 49
7.4.2 Secondary Research 49
7.5 Disclaimer 50

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Global Gas Processing Key Active Capacity 2013 10
Table 2: Global Gas Processing Capacity 2013 11
Table 3: Key Active Gas Processing Plants in the Americas 2013 25
Table 4: Key Planned Gas Processing Plants in Americas, 2013 28
Table 5: Key Active Gas Processing Plants in EMEA 2013 33
Table 6: Key Planned Gas Processing Plants in EMEA, 2013 35
Table 7: Key Active Gas Processing Plants in Asia-Pacific, 2013 38
Table 8: Key Planned Gas Processing Plants in Asia-Pacific, 2013 41

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Production and Natural Gas Processing Capacity Growth by Region 2007-2012 12
Figure 2: Planned Gas Processing Capacity by Region 2013-2017 13
Figure 3: Number of Planned Gas Processing Plants by Region 2013-2017 14
Figure 4: Gas Production and Planned Gas Processing Capacity in Major Countries in EMEA 2013-2017 15
Figure 5: Break-down of NGL Production in Super-Regions by Source, 2012 17
Figure 6: NGL Production by Super-Region, 2008-2012 18
Figure 7: Percentage Breakdown of Planned Gas Processing Capacity by Key Countries 2013-2017 20
Figure 8: Major Gas Process Plant Types in the Americas 2013 22
Figure 9: Active Natural Gas Processing Capacity in the Americas 2013 24
Figure 10: Number of Active Natural Gas Processing Plants in the Americas 2013 25
Figure 11: Planned Gas Processing Capacity in the Americas 2013-2017 27
Figure 12: Number of Planned Gas Processing Plants in Key Countries in the Americas 2013-2017 28
Figure 13: Major Active Gas Processing Plant Types in EMEA in 2013 30
Figure 14: Active Natural Gas Processing Capacity in Key Countries in EMEA 2013 31
Figure 15: Number of Active Natural Gas Processing Plants in Key Countries in EMEA 2013 32
Figure 16: Planned Gas Processing Capacity in Key Countries in EMEA 2013-2017 34
Figure 17: Number of Planned Gas Processing Plants in Key Countries in EMEA 2013-2017 34
Figure 18: Active Natural Gas Processing Capacity in the Asia-Pacific Region 2013 37
Figure 19: Number of Active Natural Gas Processing Plants in Key Countries in the Asia-Pacific Region 2013 38
Figure 20: Planned Natural Gas Processing Capacity in Key Countries in the Asia-Pacific Super-Region 2013 40
Figure 21: Number of Planned Natural Gas Processing Plants in Key Countries in the Asia-Pacific Super-Region 2013 40
Figure 22: Major Operators by Active Natural Gas Processing Capacity 2013 42
Figure 23: Major Operators of Active Natural Gas Processing Plants, 2013 43
Figure 24: Major Operators of Planned Natural Gas Processing Capacity 2013-2017 45
Figure 25: Major Natural Gas Processing Plants by Volume Processed in the Americas in 2012 46
Figure 26: Major Planned Natural Gas Processing Plants by Capacity 2013-2017 47

  • Pages: 51
  • Published Date: 6-Dec-2013
  • Geography Coverd: Global
  • Publisher: GlobalData

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