Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Europe, 2013 – Details of Operating and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines

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Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Europe, 2013 – Details of Operating and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines

Summary

GlobalData’s energy offering, “Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Europe, 2013 – Details of Operating and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines” is the essential source for industry data and information related to the pipeline industry in Europe. It provides asset level information related to all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas transmission pipelines in Europe. The profiles of major companies operating in the pipeline industry in Europe are included in the report. The latest news and deals related to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.

Scope

- Updated information relating to all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas pipelines
- Provides operator information, start year, start point, end point, onshore/offshore, length, diameter and capacity for all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas pipelines
- Identifies key trends and issues in the oil and gas pipelines industry
- Information on the top companies in the sector including business description, strategic analysis. Key companies covered are OAO Gazprom, OAO AK Transneft and Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC
- Product and brand updates, strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes.
- Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity investments and IPOs.

Reasons to buy

- Obtain the most up to date information available on all key active and planned transmission pipelines in Europe
- Identify growth segments and opportunities in the industry
- Facilitate market analysis and forecasting of future industry trends.
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong pipeline data
- Assess your competitor’s pipeline network and its capacity
- Understand and respond to your competitors business structure, strategy and prospects.
- Develop strategies based on the latest operational, financial, and regulatory events.
- Do deals with an understanding of how competitors are financed, and the mergers and partnerships that have shaped the market.
- Identify and analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the leading companies in Europe.

Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Europe, 2013 – Details of Operating and Planned Crude Oil, Petroleum Products and Natural Gas Pipelines

1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 8
1.2 List of Figures 12
2 Introduction 13
2.1 What Is This Report About? 13
2.2 How to Use This Report? 13
2.3 Market Definition 13
3 Europe Pipeline Industry 14
3.1 Europe Pipeline Industry, Key Data 14
3.1.1 Europe Pipeline Industry, An Overview 14
3.1.2 Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Country 15
3.1.3 Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Company 16
3.2 Europe Pipeline Industry: Key Trends and Issues 17
3.2.1 Natural gas pipelines dominate oil and gas pipeline infrastructure in Europe 17
3.2.2 Natural gas pipelines will account for 76% of the planned pipeline addition in Europe during 2013-2017 17
3.2.3 Europe aims to reduce dependency on Russian gas pipeline imports 17
3.3 Europe Pipeline Industry, Russian Federation 18
3.3.1 Russian Federation, Crude Oil Pipelines 18
3.3.2 Russian Federation, Petroleum Product Pipelines 21
3.3.3 Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines 23
3.4 Europe Pipeline Industry, Ukraine 29
3.4.1 Ukraine, Crude Oil Pipeline 30
3.4.2 Ukraine, Natural Gas Pipelines 31
3.5 Europe Pipeline Industry, France 32
3.5.1 France, Crude Oil Pipelines 32
3.5.2 France, Petroleum Product Pipelines 32
3.5.3 France, Natural Gas Pipelines 34
3.6 Europe Pipeline Industry, Germany 36
3.6.1 Germany, Crude Oil Pipelines 37
3.6.2 Germany, Petroleum Product Pipelines 38
3.6.3 Germany, Natural Gas Pipelines 40
3.7 Europe Pipeline Industry, The United Kingdom 43
3.7.1 The United Kingdom, Crude Oil Pipelines 43
3.7.2 The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines 45
3.7.3 The United Kingdom, Natural Gas Pipelines 49
3.8 Europe Pipeline Industry, Romania 52
3.8.1 Romania, Crude Oil Pipelines 53
3.8.2 Romania, Petroleum Product Pipelines 54
3.8.3 Romania, Natural Gas Pipelines 55
3.9 Europe Pipeline Industry, Turkey 56
3.9.1 Turkey, Crude Oil Pipelines 57
3.9.2 Turkey, Natural Gas Pipelines 58
3.10 Europe Pipeline Industry, Poland 62
3.10.1 Poland, Crude Oil Pipelines 62
3.10.2 Poland, Petroleum Product Pipelines 63
3.10.3 Poland, Natural Gas Pipelines 64
3.11 Europe Pipeline Industry, Spain 67
3.11.1 Spain, Crude Oil Pipelines 67
3.11.2 Spain, Petroleum Product Pipelines 68
3.11.3 Spain, Natural Gas Pipelines 70
3.12 Europe Pipeline Industry, Italy 73
3.12.1 Italy, Crude Oil Pipelines 73
3.12.2 Italy, Petroleum Product Pipelines 75
3.12.3 Italy, Natural Gas Pipelines 76
3.13 Europe Pipeline Industry, Norway 79
3.13.1 Norway, Crude Oil Pipelines 79
3.13.2 Norway, Natural Gas Pipelines 80
3.14 Europe Pipeline Industry, Belarus 82
3.14.1 Belarus Crude Oil Pipeline 82
3.14.2 Belarus Natural Gas Pipeline 83
3.15 Europe Pipeline Industry, Hungary 84
3.15.1 Hungary, Crude Oil Pipelines 84
3.15.2 Hungary, Petroleum Product Pipelines 85
3.15.3 Hungary, Natural Gas Pipelines 86
3.16 Europe Pipeline Industry, Greece 88
3.16.1 Greece, Crude Oil Pipelines 88
3.16.2 Greece, Petroleum Product Pipelines 89
3.16.3 Greece, Natural Gas Pipelines 89
3.17 Europe Pipeline Industry, Netherlands 91
3.17.1 Netherlands, Crude Oil Pipelines 92
3.17.2 Netherlands, Petroleum Product Pipelines 93
3.17.3 Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines 94
3.18 Europe Pipeline Industry, Bulgaria 99
3.18.1 Bulgaria Crude Oil Pipeline 99
3.18.2 Bulgaria, Natural Gas Pipelines 100
3.19 Europe Pipeline Industry, Slovakia 101
3.19.1 Slovakia, Crude Oil Pipelines 101
3.19.2 Slovakia, Natural Gas Pipelines 102
3.20 Europe Pipeline Industry, Czech Republic 103
3.20.1 Czech Republic, Crude Oil Pipelines 103
3.20.2 Czech Republic, Natural Gas Pipelines 104
3.21 Europe Pipeline Industry, Serbia 105
3.21.1 Serbia, Natural Gas Pipelines 105
3.22 Europe Pipeline Industry, Denmark 107
3.22.1 Denmark, Crude Oil Pipelines 107
3.22.2 Denmark, Natural Gas Pipelines 108
3.23 Europe Pipeline Industry, Belgium 109
3.23.1 Belgium, Petroleum Product Pipelines 109
3.23.2 Belgium, Natural Gas Pipelines 109
3.24 Europe Pipeline Industry, Austria 111
3.24.1 Austria, Crude Oil Pipelines 111
3.24.2 Austria, Petroleum Product Pipelines 111
3.24.3 Austria, Natural Gas Pipelines 112
3.25 Europe Pipeline Industry, Lativa 113
3.25.1 Lativa, Crude Oil Pipelines 113
3.25.2 Lativa, Petroleum Product Pipelines 114
3.25.3 Lativa, Natural Gas Pipelines 115
3.26 Europe Pipeline Industry, Lithuania 115
3.26.1 Lithuania, Crude Oil Pipelines 116
3.26.2 Lithuania, Natural Gas Pipelines 116
3.27 Europe Pipeline Industry, Croatia 118
3.27.1 Croatia, Crude Oil Pipelines 118
3.27.2 Croatia, Natural Gas Pipelines 119
3.28 Europe Pipeline Industry, Finland 120
3.28.1 Finland, Natural Gas Pipelines 120
3.29 Europe Pipeline Industry, Ireland 122
3.29.1 Ireland, Natural Gas Pipelines 122
3.30 Europe Pipeline Industry, Portugal 123
3.30.1 Portugal, Petroleum Product Pipelines 123
3.30.2 Portugal Natural Gas Pipelines 124
3.31 Europe Pipeline Industry, Sweden 124
3.31.1 Sweden, Natural Gas Pipelines 125
3.32 Europe Pipeline Industry, Slovenia 125
3.32.1 Slovenia, Natural Gas Pipelines 126
3.33 Europe Pipeline Industry, Republic Of Moldova 127
3.33.1 Republic Of Moldova, Natural Gas Pipelines 127
3.34 Europe Pipeline Industry, Switzerland 127
3.34.1 Switzerland, Natural Gas Pipelines 128
3.35 Europe Pipeline Industry, Estonia 129
3.35.1 Estonia, Natural Gas Pipelines 129
3.36 Europe Pipeline Industry, Albania 129
3.36.1 Albania, Natural Gas Pipelines 130
3.37 Europe Pipeline Industry, Cyprus 130
3.37.1 Cyprus, Natural Gas Pipelines 130
3.38 Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Pipelines 131
3.38.1 Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 131
3.38.2 Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 132
3.38.3 Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 132
4 Profile of OAO Gazprom 140
4.1 OAO Gazprom, Key Information 140
4.2 OAO Gazprom, Company Overview 140
4.3 OAO Gazprom, Business Description 141
4.3.1 Business Overview 141
4.3.2 Gas Distribution 142
4.3.3 Gas Production 142
4.3.4 Gas Transportation 143
4.3.5 Other Activities 144
4.3.6 Production of Crude Oil and Gas Condensate 144
4.3.7 Refining 146
4.4 OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis 146
4.4.1 Overview 146
4.4.2 OAO Gazprom Strengths 147
4.4.3 OAO Gazprom Weaknesses 148
4.4.4 OAO Gazprom Opportunities 149
4.4.5 OAO Gazprom Threats 150
5 Profile of OAO AK Transneft 152
5.1 OAO AK Transneft, Key Information 152
5.2 OAO AK Transnef, Company Overview 152
5.3 OAO AK Transneft, Business Description 152
5.3.1 Business Overview 152
5.3.2 Oil Product Transportation 153
5.3.3 Oil Transportation 153
5.4 OAO AK Transneft, SWOT Analysis 154
5.4.1 Overview 154
5.4.2 OAO AK Transneft Strengths 154
5.4.3 OAO AK Transneft Weaknesses 155
5.4.4 OAO AK Transneft Opportunities 156
5.4.5 OAO AK Transneft Threats 158
6 Profile of Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC 159
6.1 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, Key Information 159
6.2 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, Company Overview 159
6.3 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, Business Description 159
6.3.1 Business Overview 159
6.4 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, SWOT Analysis 161
6.4.1 Overview 161
6.4.2 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC Strengths 161
6.4.3 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC Weaknesses 162
6.4.4 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC Opportunities 163
6.4.5 Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC Threats 164
7 Financial Deals Landscape 165
7.1 Detailed Deal Summary 165
7.1.1 Acquisition 165
7.1.2 Equity Offerings 175
7.1.3 Debt Offerings 179
7.1.4 Partnerships 187
7.1.5 Asset Transactions 188
8 Recent Developments 191
8.1 Strategy and Business Expansion 191
8.1.1 Dec 19, 2012: PGNiG Announces Short-term Value Creation Strategy 191
8.1.2 Dec 04, 2012: Lukoil Announces 2013-2015 Mid-term Plan 193
8.1.3 Nov 23, 2012: Gazprom And RWE Discuss Natural Gas Supplies 193
8.1.4 Nov 04, 2012: Tokyo Gas, Japan Petroleum And Nippon Steel To Build 870 Miles Offshore Gas Pipeline 194
8.1.5 Oct 18, 2012: Technip And Heerema Marine Form Alliance To Help Clients Address Subsea Ultra-deepwater Market 194
8.1.6 Sep 28, 2012: TAP Receives Political Support From Italy, Greece, Albania 195
8.2 Drilling and Production Updates 196
8.2.1 Oct 23, 2012: Gazprom Launches Commercial Gas Production In Yamal Peninsula, Russia 196
8.2.2 Oct 11, 2012: Gazprom Increases UGSS Productive Potential 198
8.2.3 Sep 20, 2012: Sibur Begins Production At Vyngapur Processing Plant In Western Siberia, Russia 199
8.3 Other Significant Developments 200
8.3.1 Feb 21, 2013: Sakhalin Energy Appoints Roman Dashkov As CEO 200
8.3.2 Feb 20, 2013: Enagas To Invest € 2.1 billion Between 2013 And 2015 200
8.3.3 Feb 15, 2013: BG Group CFO Fabio Barbosa Steps Down 201
8.3.4 Feb 13, 2013: Greece, Italy And Albania Sign Intergovernmental Agreement On TAP Pipeline 201
8.3.5 Feb 12, 2013: Gazprom Commissions Yelets-Shchekino Gas Trunkline In Tula Region, Russia 202
8.3.6 Feb 12, 2013: Statoil And Partners Select Development Concept For Skrugard Field In Barents Sea 202
8.3.7 Feb 12, 2013: Gazprom Allocates RUB1 Billion For Russian Regions Gasification Program In 2013 203
8.3.8 Feb 12, 2013: Gas Natural Fenosa To Invest €5.8m In Lleida Counties During 2013 204
8.3.9 Feb 08, 2013: Gazprom And BASF Discuss Cooperation In Energy Sector 205
8.3.10 Feb 07, 2013: PSA Conducts Audit Of Operation And Inspection Of Flexible Pipelines In Statoil 205
8.4 New Contracts Announcements 206
8.4.1 Oct 03, 2012: GSP Wins Contract From Perenco For GSP Falcon DNV Class Pipelay Vessel 206
8.4.2 Jun 06, 2012: Telvent Selected To Provide Turnkey, Automated Control Solution in Challenging Crude Oil Pipeline Project To Petrochina In China 206
9 Appendix 207
9.1 Abbreviations 207
9.2 Methodology 207
9.2.1 Coverage 207
9.2.2 Secondary Research 208
9.2.3 Primary Research 208
9.3 Contact Us 208
9.4 Disclaimer 209

1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Key Statistics, 2012 14
Table 2: Europe Pipeline Industry, Country Wise Length of Pipelines By Type (km), 2012 15
Table 3: Europe Pipeline Industry, Company Wise Length of Pipelines By Type (km), 2012 16
Table 4: Russian Federation, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 18
Table 5: Russian Federation, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 19
Table 6: Russian Federation, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 20
Table 7: Russian Federation, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 21
Table 8: Russian Federation, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 22
Table 9: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 23
Table 10: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 24
Table 11: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 25
Table 12: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 26
Table 13: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.4) 27
Table 14: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.5) 28
Table 15: Russian Federation, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.6) 29
Table 16: Ukraine, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 30
Table 17: Ukraine, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 31
Table 18: France, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 32
Table 19: France, Petroleum product Pipelines, 2012 32
Table 20: France, Petroleum product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 33
Table 21: France, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 34
Table 22: France, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 35
Table 23: France, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 36
Table 24: Germany, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 37
Table 25: Germany, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 38
Table 26: Germany, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 39
Table 27: Germany, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 40
Table 28: Germany, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 41
Table 29: Germany, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 42
Table 30: The United Kingdom, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 43
Table 31: The United Kingdom, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 44
Table 32: The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 45
Table 33: The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 46
Table 34: The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 47
Table 35: The United Kingdom, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 48
Table 36: The United Kingdom, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 49
Table 37: The United Kingdom, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 50
Table 38: The United Kingdom, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 51
Table 39: The United Kingdom, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 52
Table 40: Romania, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 53
Table 41: Romania, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 54
Table 42: Romania, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 55
Table 43: Romania, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 56
Table 44: Turkey, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 57
Table 45: Turkey, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 58
Table 46: Turkey, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 59
Table 47: Turkey, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 60
Table 48: Turkey, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 61
Table 49: Poland, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 62
Table 50: Poland, Petroleum product Pipelines, 2012 63
Table 51: Poland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 64
Table 52: Poland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 65
Table 53: Poland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 66
Table 54: Spain, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 67
Table 55: Spain, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 68
Table 56: Spain, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 69
Table 57: Spain, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 70
Table 58: Spain, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 71
Table 59: Spain, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 72
Table 60: Italy, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 73
Table 61: Italy, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 74
Table 62: Italy, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 75
Table 63: Italy, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 76
Table 64: Italy, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 77
Table 65: Italy, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012(Contd.2) 78
Table 66: Norway, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 79
Table 67: Norway, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 80
Table 68: Norway, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 81
Table 69: Belarus, Crude Oil Pipeline, 2012 82
Table 70: Belarus, Natural Gas Pipeline, 2012 83
Table 71: Hungary, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 84
Table 72: Hungary, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 85
Table 73: Hungary, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 86
Table 74: Hungary, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 87
Table 75: Greece, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 88
Table 76: Greece, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 89
Table 77: Greece, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 89
Table 78: Greece, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 90
Table 79: Greece, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 91
Table 80: Netherlands, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 92
Table 81: Netherlands, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 93
Table 82: Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 94
Table 83: Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 95
Table 84: Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 96
Table 85: Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 97
Table 86: Netherlands, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012(Contd.4) 98
Table 87: Bulgaria, Crude Oil Pipeline, 2012 99
Table 88: Bulgaria, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 100
Table 89: Slovakia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 101
Table 90: Slovakia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 102
Table 91: Czech Republic, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 103
Table 92: Czech Republic, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 104
Table 93: Serbia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 105
Table 94: Serbia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 106
Table 95: Denmark, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 107
Table 96: Denmark, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 108
Table 97: Belgium, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 109
Table 98: Belgium, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 109
Table 99: Belgium, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 110
Table 100: Austria, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 111
Table 101: Austria, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 111
Table 102: Austria, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 112
Table 103: Latvia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 113
Table 104: Latvia, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 114
Table 105: Latvia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 115
Table 106: Lithuania, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 116
Table 107: Lithuania, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 116
Table 108: Lithuania, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 117
Table 109: Croatia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 118
Table 110: Croatia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 119
Table 111: Finland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 120
Table 112: Finland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 121
Table 113: Ireland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 122
Table 114: Portugal, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 123
Table 115: Portugal, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 124
Table 116: Sweden, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 125
Table 117: Slovenia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 126
Table 118: Republic Of Moldova, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 127
Table 119: Switzerland, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 128
Table 120: Estonia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 129
Table 121: Albania, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 130
Table 122: Cyprus, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 130
Table 123: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 131
Table 124: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 132
Table 125: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 132
Table 126: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.1) 133
Table 127: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.2) 134
Table 128: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.3) 135
Table 129: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.4) 136
Table 130: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines(Contd.5) 137
Table 131: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines(Contd.6) 138
Table 132: Europe Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines(Contd.7) 139
Table 133: OAO Gazprom, Key Facts 140
Table 134: OAO Gazprom, SWOT Analysis 147
Table 135: OAO AK Transneft, Key Facts 152
Table 136: OAO AK Transneft, SWOT Analysis 154
Table 137: Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, Key Facts 159
Table 138: Naftogaz of Ukraine NJSC, SWOT Analysis 161
Table 139: Gunvor Acquires 10% Stake In Transalpine Pipeline 165
Table 140: Government Of Hungary May Sell 21.2% Stake In MOL 166
Table 141: Total Plans To Sell TIGF, Gas Pipeline Network Operator, To Snam, EDF And GIC 167
Table 142: Mero Czech Completes Acquisition Of 5% Stake In Transalpine Pipeline From Shell 169
Table 143: Cassa Depositi e Prestiti Completes Sale Of 1.7% Stake In Eni For $1.36 Billion 170
Table 144: Cheung Kong (Holdings) Consortium Receives Approval To Acquire MGN Gas Networks For $1 Billion 172
Table 145: Rosneft Acquires 6% Stake In ITERA For $155.82 Million 174
Table 146: Rosneft Plans Public Offering Of Shares For $4.46 Billion 175
Table 147: BG Group Completes Public Offering Of Shares For $65 Million 176
Table 148: EnBW Completes Rights Offering Of Shares For $1.03 Billion 177
Table 149: Gazprom Completes Public Offering Of 7.55% Bonds Due 2018 For $165.5 Million 179
Table 150: Gazprom Completes Public Offering Of 7.55% Bonds Due 2017 For $331.3 Million 180
Table 151: Gazprom Completes Public Offering Of 7.5% Bonds Due 2016 For $497 Million 181
Table 152: Gazprom Prices Public Offering Of 3.85% Notes Due 2020 For $800 Million 182
Table 153: Gazprom Prices Public Offering Of 4.95% Notes Due 2028 For $900 Million 183
Table 154: Eni Completes Private Placement Of 0.625% Bonds Due 2016 For $1.67 Billion 184
Table 155: Total Prices Public Offering Of Notes Due 2016 For $1 Billion 185
Table 156: Total Prices Public Offering Of 1.45% Notes Due 2018 For $1 Billion 186
Table 157: Enel To Form Partnership With Lukoil To Pursue Joint Opportunities In Natural Gas Value Chain 187
Table 158: BP, Statoil And Total To Acquire 29% Interest In Trans-Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline Project From SOCAR 188
Table 159:Faroe Petroleum To Acquire 10% Interest In East Foinaven Field And 0.5% Interest In Pipeline System From Marubeni Oil For $32 Million 190

1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Country (km), 2012 15
Figure 2: Europe Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Company (km), 2012 16

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    Natural gas storage involves accumulation of natural gas in several storage facilities for future consumption. The purpose of storage is to meet the fluctuating energy demand during the peak and off-peak seasons. Generally, natural gas is stored during the off-peak season and utilized during the peak season. This reduces the demand and supply gap, and increases the reliability of supply. The analysts forecast Global Natural Gas Storage market to grow at a CAGR of 6.02 percent over the period ......
  • South Korea Renewables Report Q2 2015
    Published: 1-Apr-2015        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 33
    We are maintaining our 2015 growth forecast for non-hydropower renewable energy in South Korea this quarter as our assumptions for the sector remain relevant. Growth in 2015 will be driven primarily by wind and biomass, and solar to a lesser extent. We have also maintained our long-term forecasts for renewable energy, and expect non-hydropower generation to grow an average of 12.9% per annum between 2015 and 2024. Key Trends And Developments: ? South Korea replaced its feed-in tariff system with......
  • Global Power Transformer Market 2015-2019
    Published: 1-Apr-2015        Price: US $2500 Onwards        Pages: 77
    Power transformers are essential electrical equipment used for step-up and step-down voltage applications in power transmission. They are segmented based on power capacity. Power transformers are used by end-users such as the Utilities, Industrial, and Commercial sectors. The analysts forecast Global Power Transformer market to grow at a CAGR of 6.34 percent over the period 2014-2019. Covered in this Report This report covers present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Power......
  • Sudan and South Sudan Oil and Gas Report Q2 2015
    Published: 1-Apr-2015        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 118
    BMI View: The outlook on Sudan and South Sudan's upstream sector has grown increasingly bearish. An unstable political environment and chronic weakness in both countries' security landscapes will drive repeated supply outages and chronic underinvestment. Exports will also come under increased strained, as a sustained fall in global oil prices, rising refined fuels import dependence and longer-term crude production decline all act to undercut revenues. The main trends and developments we highligh......
  • Global Transformer Monitoring Solutions Market 2015-2019
    Published: 1-Apr-2015        Price: US $2500 Onwards        Pages: 69
    Transformer monitoring solutions monitor and diagnose the health of a transformer. A monitoring solution helps end-users to detect and identify any failure in transformers before it becomes evident, thereby reducing the costs involved in repair. A transformer monitoring solution is an integration of sensors, data management and analysis, and software applications. It collects data from sensors and turn them into meaningful information, based on which required action can be taken. The Utilities, ......
  • Brazil Oil and Gas Report Q2 2015
    Published: 1-Apr-2015        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 174
    BMI View: Brazil's vast pre-salt reserves suggest substantial growth potential over the long-term, underpinning our bullish upstream view that crude, natural gas, and other liquids output will rise throughout our forecast period. In the near-term, we hold a more bearish view, as lower oil prices and decreased capex funds dampen upstream investment, weakening output growth beyond 2018. As such, despite tremendous below-ground potential, we maintain a relatively modest outlook, reflecting our view......
  • Thailand Oil and Gas Report Q2 2015
    Published: 1-Apr-2015        Price: US $1295 Onwards        Pages: 143
    BMI View: Thailand is expected to remain driven by a strong oil and gas demand far outweighing the domestic production over our forecast period to 2024. With declining oil and gas reserves, we expect longterm oil and gas production trends to remain stagnant or negative, despite a slight increase in short to medium term. However, the 21st licensing round, scheduled for early 2015, poses an upside risk to our current reserves and production forecast. The main trends and developments we highlight i......
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