Asia Pacific LNG Market Outlook 2020

  • Apr 2013
  • By RNCOS
  • 90 pages

Asia Pacific LNG Market Outlook 2020

  • Apr 2013
  • By RNCOS
  • 90 pages
The demand of energy is increasing rapidly across the world. In such a scenario, natural gas is increasingly being considered as the fuel of choice for the near future, as it is less polluting than oil and coal. The market for LNG has been growing at a fast pace for the past few years on the back of factors like, environmental concerns, high energy demand, government support, and huge investments. The world is witnessing a significant level of development in the global LNG trade with imports and exports of LNG forming a vital part of countries’ relationships with each other. Especially the Asia Pacific countries, due to greater economic growth, are pushing themselves to develop and enhance the natural gas and LNG industry.

LNG has become an increasingly important supply source in meeting the Asia Pacific energy needs. As majority of Asia Pacific countries are importers of LNG, the region represents a big LNG market. According to our new research report “Asia Pacific LNG Market Outlook 2020”, Asia Pacific represents more than 60% of the world LNG demand.

Our report identified major countries of Asia Pacific region in terms of demand and supply. Each of the countries is studied thoroughly with special focus on demand and supply scenario of the country; major LNG receiving terminals/production plants; under construction and proposed LNG receiving terminals/production plants; and medium and long term receiving/supply contracts. Forecasting of LNG demand/supply for 2015 and 2020 of each country is also provided in the report.

According to the report, Japan accounts for majority of Asia Pacific LNG demand in 2011. After the nuclear reactors failures due to March 2011 earthquake and tsunami, Japan’s LNG demand increased significantly. Other countries such as China, India and South Korea also contribute significant share in the region’s total demand. Moreover, China is emerging as the fastest growing LNG market.

On the supply side, Australia ranked third in the Asia Pacific region LNG supply in 2011, is expected to outpace Malaysia and Indonesia to become top most LNG supplier in future. With a number of under construction and proposed LNG liquefaction plants, huge investments and various LNG supply contracts, Australia is well placed to take advantage of the considerable opportunities presented by the strong demand for energy resources.

Our report also throws light on the major industry trends, such as growing spot trading and increasing investments. Competitive landscape with profiling of major oil and gas companies in the LNG sector are also included in the report. The section covers brief business overview, key financials and recent development of the company. Overall, the report provides complete overview of the market that can help clients to frame their strategies accordingly.
1. Analyst View
2. Research Methodology
3. Industry Performance
3.1 Global LNG - Natural Gas Reserves
3.2 Global LNG
3.2.1 Demand
3.2.2 Supply
3.3 LNG - Trade & Supply Volume
3.4 Asia Pacific LNG
3.4.1 Demand
3.4.2 Supply
4. Asia Pacific LNG Market - Country Analysis
4.1 Japan
4.2 South Korea
4.3 China
4.4 India
4.5 Australia
4.6 Indonesia
4.7 Malaysia
4.8 Taiwan
5. Trends in Asia Pacific LNG Industry
5.1 Increasing Investment across the Region
5.2 Australia to Outpace Malaysia and Indonesia in LNG Supply
5.3 China - Fastest Growing LNG Market in Asia Pacific
6. Competitive Landscape
6.1 Royal Dutch Shell plc
6.1.1 Business Description
6.1.2 Recent Developments
6.2 BP p.l.c.
6.2.1 Business Description
6.2.2 Recent Development
6.3 TOTAL SA
6.3.1 Business Description
6.3.2 Recent Developments
6.4 Exxon Mobil Corporation
6.4.1 Business Description
6.4.2 Recent Developments
6.5 Chevron Corporation
6.5.1 Business Description
6.5.2 Recent Development

List of Figures:

Figure 3-1: Global - Share of Proved Natural Gas Reserves by Region (%), 2011
Figure 3-2: Global - LNG Demand (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 3-3: Share of Asia Pacific Region in Global LNG Demand (%), 2011 & 2015
Figure 3-4: Share of Asia Pacific Region in Global LNG Supply (%), 2011 & 2015
Figure 3-5: Asia Pacific - LNG Demand (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 3-6: Share of Countries in Asia Pacific LNG Demand (%), 2011 & 2015
Figure 3-7: Asia Pacific - LNG Supply (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 3-8: Share of Countries in Asia Pacific LNG Supply (%), 2011 & 2015
Figure 4-1: Japan - LNG Demand (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 4-2: Japan - LNG Import by Major Countries (Million Metric Tons), 2012
Figure 4-3: South Korea - LNG Demand (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 4-4: South Korea - LNG Import by Major Countries (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011
Figure 4-5: China - LNG Demand (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 4-6: China - LNG Import by Major Countries (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011
Figure 4-7: India - LNG Demand (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 4-8: India - LNG Import by Major Countries (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011
Figure 4-9: Australia - LNG Supply (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 4-10: Australia - LNG Export by Major Countries (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011
Figure 4-11: Indonesia - LNG Supply (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 4-12: Indonesia - LNG Export by Major Countries (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011
Figure 4-13: Malaysia - LNG Supply (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 4-14: Malaysia - LNG Export by Major Countries (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011
Figure 4-15: Taiwan - LNG Demand (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011, 2015 & 2020
Figure 4-16: Taiwan - LNG Import by Major Countries (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011

List of Tables:

Table 3-1: Global - Proved Natural Gas Reserves by Country (Trillion Cubic Meter), 2010 & 2011
Table 3-2: Global - Major LNG Trade Movements (Billion Cubic Meter), 2011
Table 4-1: Japan - LNG Receiving Terminals
Table 4-2: Japan - LNG Receiving Terminals Under Construction
Table 4-3: Japan - LNG Receiving Terminal Under Planning
Table 4-4: Japan - Medium & Long Term LNG Receiving Contracts
Table 4-5: South Korea - LNG Receiving Terminals
Table 4-6: South Korea - LNG Receiving Terminal Under Construction
Table 4-7: South Korea - Medium & Long Term LNG Receiving Contracts
Table 4-8: China - LNG Receiving Terminals
Table 4-9: China - LNG Receiving Terminals Under Construction
Table 4-10: China - LNG Receiving Terminals Under Planning
Table 4-11: China - Medium & Long Term LNG Receiving Contracts
Table 4-12: India - LNG Receiving Terminals
Table 4-13: India - LNG Receiving Terminals Under Construction
Table 4-14: India - LNG Receiving Terminals Under Planning
Table 4-15: India - Medium & Long Term LNG Receiving Contracts
Table 4-16: Australia - LNG Production Plants
Table 4-17: Australia - LNG Production Plants Under Construction
Table 4-18: Australia - LNG Production Plants Under Planning
Table 4-19: Australia - Medium & Long Term LNG Supply Contracts
Table 4-20: Indonesia - LNG Production Plants
Table 4-21: Indonesia - LNG Production Plant Under Construction
Table 4-22: Indonesia - LNG Receiving Terminal
Table 4-23: Indonesia - Medium & Long Term LNG Supply Contracts
Table 4-24: Malaysia - LNG Production Plants
Table 4-25: Malaysia - LNG Receiving Terminal
Table 4-26: Malaysia - Medium & Long Term LNG Supply Contracts
Table 4-27: Taiwan - LNG Receiving Terminals
Table 4-28: Taiwan - Medium & Long Term LNG Receiving Contracts
Table 6-1: Royal Dutch Shell plc - Key Financials (Million US$), 2010-2012
Table 6-2: BP p.l.c. - Key Financials (Million US$), 2010-2012
Table 6-3: TOTAL S.A. - Key Financials (Million US$), 2010-2012
Table 6-4: Exxon Mobil Corporation - Key Financials (Million US$), 2010-2012
Table 6-5: Chevron Corporation - Key Financials (Million US$), 2010-2012
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