Middle East Midstream New-Build and Expansion Projects Outlook to 2025 - Analysis by Development Stage, Type, Capcity and Capex of All New Build and Expansion Projects

Middle East Midstream New-Build and Expansion Projects Outlook to 2025 - Analysis by Development Stage, Type, Capcity and Capex of All New Build and Expansion Projects

  • December 2021 •
  • 41 pages •
  • Report ID: 6196708 •
  • Format: PDF
Middle East Midstream New-Build and Expansion Projects Outlook to 2025 - Analysis by Development Stage, Type, Capcity and Capex of All New Build and Expansion Projects

Summary
In the Middle East, 124 upcoming midstream projects are expected to start operations during 2021 to 2025.Of these, 112 represent new build projects and 12 are expansions of existing projects.

The trunk/transmission pipelines segment is expected to witness the start of operations of the highest number of projects in the region (54) during the 2021 to 2025 period. Liquid storage and gas processing segments follow with 28 and 27 projects, respectively.

Scope
- Middle East midstream projects count by type, and development stage that are expected to start operations during 2021-2025
- Middle East midstream projects cost by type, region, segment, and countries during the period 2021-2025
- Middle East midstream projects capacity additions by type, segment, and countries during the period 2021-2025
- Details of major LNG liquefaction, trunk/transmission pipelines, liquid storage, gas processing, and gas storage projects that are expected to start operations during 2021-2025

Reasons to Buy
- Keep abreast of key upcoming midstream projects in the Middle East region during the 2021 to 2025 outlook period
- Understand Middle East midstream capacity and cost outlook by key segments during the period 2021-2025
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong midstream projects data
- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights on the Middle East midstream sector
- Assess your competitor’s planned midstream projects in the Middle East region
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