Annual Global Planned Pipelines Outlook - Enhancing Export Opportunities, Addressing Energy Security Concerns and Providing Alternative Supply Sources
Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 4
1.1 List of Tables 6
1.2 List of Figures 7
2 Introduction 8
2.1 Overview 8
2.2 GlobalData Report Guidance 8
3 Global Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Industry 10
3.1 Global Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Industry, Overview 10
3.2 Key Trends and Issues 11
4 Planned Oil and Gas Pipelines, Asia-Pacific 13
4.1 Overview 13
4.2 The Asia-Pacific Region's Key Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline 14
4.2.1 Myanmar-China Oil Pipeline 14
4.2.2 West-East Gas Pipeline III 16
4.2.3 Kochi-Coimbatore Liquefied Petroleum Gas Pipeline (Cochin-Coimbatore Section) 17
5 Planned Oil and Gas Pipelines, Americas 19
5.1 Overview 19
5.2 Key Oil and Gas Pipeline Projects of the Americas 20
5.2.1 Keystone XL pipeline System 20
5.2.2 Energy East Pipeline Project 22
5.2.3 Northern Gateway Pipeline 23
5.2.4 Eastern Gulf Crude Access Project 25
5.2.5 Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project 26
5.2.6 Southeast Florida Power & Light Pipeline 27
5.2.7 Ramones-Apaseo Pipeline 29
5.2.8 Bluegrass Pipeline 31
6 Planned Oil and Gas Pipelines in Europe, Middle East and Africa 32
6.1 Overview 32
6.2 Key Oil and Gas Pipeline in Europe, Middle East and Africa 33
6.2.1 Sudan-Kenya Oil Pipeline Project 33
6.2.2 Basra-Aqaba Pipeline 34
6.2.3 Trans-Korean Gas Pipeline 35
6.2.4 Yakutia-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok Gas Pipeline 36
6.2.5 Syzran-Novorossiysk Pipeline 37
6.2.6 Iran-Armenia Product Pipeline 38
7 Benchmarking 39
7.1 Comparison of Key Planned Crude Oil Pipeline Projects 39
7.2 Comparison of Key Planned Natural Gas Pipeline Projects 40
7.3 Comparison of Key Planned Refined Pipeline Projects 42
7.4 Comparison of Key Planned NGL Pipeline Projects 43
7.5 Comparison of Key Operators 44
8 Appendix 46
8.1 Definitions 46
8.2 Abbreviations 46
8.3 Sources 47
8.4 Research Methodology 50
8.4.1 Coverage 50
8.4.2 Secondary Research 51
8.5 Disclaimer 51
List of Tables
Table 1: Asia-Pacific, Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Additions by Commodity (km), 2014-2018 14
Table 2: Americas, Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Additions by Commodity (km), 2014-2018 20
Table 3: Europe, Middle East and Africa, Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Additions by Commodity (km), 2014-2018 33
Table 4: Global, Top Five Planned Oil Pipelines, 2014-2018 39
Table 5: Global, Top Five Planned Gas Pipelines, 2014-2018 41
Table 6: Global, Top Five Planned Refined Product Pipelines, 2014-2018 42
Table 7: Global,Top Five Planned NGL Pipelines, 2014-2018 43
List of Figures
Figure 1: Global, Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Additions by Region (km), 2014-2018 10
Figure 2: Asia-Pacific, Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Additions by Commodity (km), 2014-2018 13
Figure 3: Asia-Pacific, Planned Route of the Myanmar-China Oil Pipeline, 2012 15
Figure 4: Asia-Pacific, Planned Route of the West-East Gas Pipeline III, 2013 16
Figure 5: Asia-Pacific, Planned Route of the Kochi-Coimbatore Liquefied Petroleum Gas Pipeline, 2012 17
Figure 6: Americas, Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Additions by Commodity (km), 2014-2018 19
Figure 7: Americas, Planned Route of TransCanada Keystone XL Pipeline System, 2013 21
Figure 8: Americas, Planned Route of TransCanada Energy East Pipeline Project, 2013 23
Figure 9: Americas, Planned Route of Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline, 2013 24
Figure 10: Americas, Planned Route of Enbridge and Energy Transfer Trunkline Crude Oil Conversion Project, 2012 25
Figure 11: Americas, Planned Route of Kinder-Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project, 2012 27
Figure 12: Americas, Planned Route of Florida Power & Light Southeast Pipeline Project, 2013 28
Figure 13: Americas, Planned Route of Ramones-Apaseo Natural Gas Pipeline, 2013 30
Figure 14: Americas, Planned Route of Bluegrass Pipeline, 2013 31
Figure 15: Europe, Middle East and Africa, Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Additions by Commodity (km), 2014-2018 32
Figure 16: Europe, Middle East and Africa, Planned Route of Sudan-Kenya Oil Pipeline, 2013 34
Figure 17: Europe, Middle East and Africa, Planned Route of Basra-Aqaba Pipeline, 2013 35
Figure 18: Europe, Middle East and Africa, Planned Route of Yakutia-Khabarovsk-Vladivostok Gas Pipeline, 2012 36
Figure 19: Global, Key Planned Pipeline Operators (km), 2014-2018 44
Belgium Power Report Q4 2016
Published: 24-Aug-2016 Price: US 1295 Onwards Pages: 51
BMI View: Belgium will become more reliant on electricity imports due to the decommissioning of nuclear
reactors by the end of our forecast period. Strong growth in non-hydropower renewable electricity
investment will not provide for sufficient capacity to replace the deficit left by nuclear power. An
interconnection line under construction to the UK will boost import capacity.
Latest Updates And Structural Trends
- The Belgian government rejected the German go......
Norway Power Report Q4 2016
Published: 24-Aug-2016 Price: US 1295 Onwards Pages: 60
BMI View: The Norwegian power market will continue to be dominated by hydropower generation over
our 10-year forecast period, as amortised hydropower plants provide low wholesale electricity prices. The
fastest growth will be registered by non-hydropower renewables up to 2020, as renewable electricity
options are pursued to boost export capacity. Planned interconnections will improve trading options.
Latest Updates And Structural Trends
- Norwegian transmission......
Peru Power Report Q4 2016
Published: 24-Aug-2016 Price: US 1295 Onwards Pages: 63
BMI View: Strong growth in electricity consumption, government tenders for power generation and
transmissions projects, and a business-friendly new government support our positive outlook for the
Peruvian power sector. Delays to the Southern Peruvian Pipeline confirm our view that delays in project
tendering and implementation are the main risk in the Peruvian power sector, although we maintain that
the pipeline will eventually be built - given the government's politi......
Netherlands Power Report Q4 2016
Published: 10-Aug-2016 Price: US 1295 Onwards Pages: 55
BMI View: Growth in the Dutch power sector will come mainly from non-hydropower renewable
investments over our 10-year forecast period as plans to expand offshore wind capacity goes ahead.
Conventional power investment will remain muted as the government tries to reduce carbon emissions from
thermal power and the economic viability of nuclear power decreases.
Latest Updates And Structural Trends
? A report commissioned by the Minister of Economic Affairs has found t......
Poland Power Report Q4 2016
Published: 10-Aug-2016 Price: US 1295 Onwards Pages: 67
BMI View: Poland's power sector will remain dominated by coal-fired generation across the coming
decade, as the country's PiS government continues to favour this strategically important sector over gasfired
generation and non-hydro renewables. Recently adopted punitive requirements for wind power
development reaffirm our view and will dampen investor interest. As such energy policies will continue to
drive a wedge between Poland and the EU over emissions and environmental......
Russia Power Report Q4 2016
Published: 10-Aug-2016 Price: US 1295 Onwards Pages: 84
BMI View: Russia's power sector continues to suffer from the effects of an ongoing economic recession and
sanction regime, a weakened currency, and low oil prices. Based on consequent subdued consumption
levels paired with high investment uncertainty, we continue to expect muted growth for our ten-year
forecast despite the country's rich resource endowment and size of its market.
Latest Updates And Structural Trends
? The broader economic and political backdrop fram......
Venezuela Power Report Q4 2016
Published: 10-Aug-2016 Price: US 1295 Onwards Pages: 53
BMI View: The outlook for Venezuela's beleaguered power sector has not improved this quarter, with
widespread power outages, a consequence of a prolonged drought and heavy losses from ageing
infrastructure, crippling the country and contributing to further social unrest and political uncertainty.
While some hydropower output is reportedly coming back online over the coming months as water levels at
the key Guri dam improve, overall we expect to see a sharp decrease in tot......
Saudi Arabia Power Report Q3 2016
Published: 27-Jul-2016 Price: US 1295 Onwards Pages: 65
BMI View: The Saudi Arabian government's plan to diversify its power sector away from oil-fired
generation will be restricted as continued low oil prices constrain fiscal spending. Thermal power
generation will remain dominant over our 10-year forecast period, particularly through gas-fired projects.
Fiscal pressures and stringent local content requirements will be an obstacle to the nascent renewable
power sector and the government will struggle to meet its capacity targ......
South Africa Power Report Q3 2016
Published: 27-Jul-2016 Price: US 1295 Onwards Pages: 74
BMI View: Non-hydropower renewable electricity generation will experience the highest growth in South
Africa's power sector at an annual average of 12.5% over our 10-year forecast period to 2025. Despite new
conventional plants facing delays and financing problems, coal-fired power will remain the main source of
generation due to the abundance of coal available. Risk of load shedding in 2016 is lessened due to units at
the Ingula hydroelectric plant being synchronised to ......
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