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

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Date: 31-Mar-2013
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GlobalData’s energy offering, “Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in Middle East and Africa, 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 Middle East and Africa. It provides asset level information related to all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas transmission pipelines in Middle East and Africa. The profiles of major companies operating in the pipeline industry in Middle East and Africa are included in the report. The latest news and deals related to the sector are also provided and analyzed.

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 Sonatrach SPA, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and Saudi Arabian Oil Company
  • 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 Middle East and Africa
  • 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 Middle East and Africa.

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

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 2
1.1 List of Tables 8
1.2 List of Figures 10

2 Introduction 11
2.1 What Is This Report About? 11
2.2 How to Use This Report? 11
2.3 Market Definition 11

3 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry 12
3.1 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Key Data 12
3.1.1 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, An Overview 12
3.1.2 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Country 13
3.1.3 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Company 14
3.2 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry: Key Trends and Issues 15
3.2.1 Natural gas pipelines dominate oil and gas pipeline infrastructure in the Middle East and Africa 15
3.2.2 Natural gas pipelines will account for 95% of the planned pipeline addition in the Middle East and Africa during 2013-2017 15
3.2.3 Iran will account for majority of the planned pipeline addition in the Middle East and Africa during 2013-2017 15
3.3 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran) 16
3.3.1 Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran), Crude Oil Pipelines 16
3.3.2 Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran), Petroleum Product Pipelines 17
3.3.3 Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran), Natural Gas Pipelines 18
3.4 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Algeria 20
3.4.1 Algeria, Crude Oil Pipelines 20
3.4.2 Algeria, Petroleum Product Pipelines 22
3.4.3 Algeria, Natural Gas Pipelines 23
3.5 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Nigeria 24
3.5.1 Nigeria, Crude Oil Pipelines 25
3.5.2 Nigeria, Petroleum Product Pipelines 26
3.5.3 Nigeria, Natural Gas Pipelines 27
3.6 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Libyan Arab Jamahiriya 28
3.6.1 Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Crude Oil Pipelines 29
3.6.2 Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Petroleum Product Pipelines 31
3.6.3 Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Natural Gas Pipelines 31
3.7 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Iraq 33
3.7.1 Iraq, Crude Oil Pipelines 33
3.7.2 Iraq, Petroleum Product Pipelines 34
3.7.3 Iraq, Natural Gas Pipelines 36
3.8 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Saudi Arabia 36
3.8.1 Saudi Arabia, Crude Oil Pipelines 37
3.8.2 Saudi Arabia, Petroleum Product Pipelines 39
3.8.3 Saudi Arabia, Natural Gas Pipelines 40
3.9 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Egypt 41
3.9.1 Egypt, Crude Oil Pipelines 41
3.9.2 Egypt, Petroleum Product Pipelines 42
3.9.3 Egypt, Natural Gas Pipelines 43
3.10 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, South Africa 45
3.10.1 South Africa, Crude Oil Pipelines 45
3.10.2 South Africa, Petroleum Product Pipelines 46
3.10.3 South Africa, Natural Gas Pipelines 47
3.11 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Sudan 48
3.11.1 Sudan, Crude Oil Pipelines 48
3.11.2 Sudan, Petroleum Product Pipelines 49
3.12 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Oman 49
3.12.1 Oman, Crude Oil Pipelines 50
3.12.2 Oman, Petroleum Product Pipelines 50
3.12.3 Oman, Natural Gas Pipelines 51
3.13 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Tunisia 52
3.13.1 Tunisia, Crude Oil Pipelines 52
3.13.2 Tunisia, Petroleum Product Pipelines 53
3.13.3 Tunisia, Natural Gas Pipelines 54
3.14 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Syrian Arab Republic 55
3.14.1 Syrian Arab Republic, Crude Oil Pipelines 55
3.14.2 Syrian Arab Republic, Petroleum Product Pipelines 56
3.14.3 Syrian Arab Republic, Natural Gas Pipelines 56
3.15 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, United Arab Emirates 57
3.15.1 United Arab Emirates, Crude Oil Pipelines 57
3.15.2 United Arab Emirates, Petroleum Product Pipelines 58
3.15.3 United Arab Emirates, Natural Gas Pipelines 59
3.16 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, United Republic Of Tanzania 60
3.16.1 United Republic Of Tanzania, Crude Oil Pipelines 60
3.16.2 United Republic Of Tanzania, Natural Gas Pipelines 61
3.17 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Israel 61
3.17.1 Israel, Crude Oil Pipelines 62
3.17.2 Israel, Petroleum Product Pipelines 62
3.17.3 Israel, Natural Gas Pipelines 63
3.18 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Qatar 63
3.18.1 Qatar, Crude Oil Pipelines 64
3.18.2 Qatar, Petroleum Product Pipelines 65
3.18.3 Qatar, Natural Gas Pipelines 65
3.19 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Kenya 66
3.19.1 Kenya, Petroleum Product Pipelines 67
3.20 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Republic Of the Congo 67
3.20.1 Republic Of the Congo, Crude Oil Pipelines 68
3.21 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Mozambique 68
3.21.1 Mozambique, Petroleum Product Pipelines 69
3.21.2 Mozambique, Natural Gas Pipelines 69
3.22 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Yemen 70
3.22.1 Yemen, Crude Oil Pipelines 70
3.22.2 Yemen, Natural Gas Pipelines 71
3.23 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Kuwait 71
3.23.1 Kuwait, Crude Oil Pipelines 72
3.23.2 Kuwait, Petroleum Product Pipelines 73
3.23.3 Kuwait, Natural Gas Pipelines 74
3.24 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Chad 74
3.24.1 Chad, Crude Oil Pipelines 75
3.25 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Gabon 75
3.25.1 Gabon, Crude Oil Pipelines 76
3.25.2 Gabon, Natural Gas Pipelines 77
3.26 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Angola 77
3.26.1 Angola, Crude Oil Pipelines 78
3.26.2 Angola, Natural Gas Pipelines 78
3.27 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Cote D'Ivoire 79
3.27.1 Cote D'Ivoire, Crude Oil Pipelines 79
3.27.2 Cote D'Ivoire, Petroleum Product Pipelines 79
3.27.3 Cote D'Ivoire, Natural Gas Pipelines 80
3.28 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Jordan 80
3.28.1 Jordan, Natural Gas Pipelines 81
3.29 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Morocco 81
3.29.1 Morocco, Natural Gas Pipelines 82
3.30 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Namibia 82
3.30.1 Namibia, Natural Gas Pipelines 82
3.31 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Ghana 83
3.31.1 Ghana, Natural Gas Pipelines 83
3.32 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Senegal 83
3.32.1 Senegal, Natural Gas Pipelines 84
3.33 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Bahrain 84
3.33.1 Bahrain, Petroleum Product Pipelines 85
3.34 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Equatorial Guinea 85
3.34.1 Equatorial Guinea, Natural Gas Pipelines 85
3.35 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Planned Pipelines 86
3.35.1 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 86
3.35.2 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 87
3.35.3 Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 88

4 Profile of Sonatrach SPA 91
4.1 Sonatrach SPA, Key Information 91
4.2 Sonatrach SPA, Company Overview 91
4.3 Sonatrach SPA, Business Description 91
4.3.1 Business Overview 91
4.3.2 Downstream 92
4.3.3 Pipeline Transportation 92
4.3.4 Upstream 93
4.4 Sonatrach SPA, SWOT Analysis 94
4.4.1 Overview 94
4.4.2 Sonatrach SPA, Strengths 94
4.4.3 Sonatrach SPA, Weaknesses 95
4.4.4 Sonatrach SPA, Opportunities 95
4.4.5 Sonatrach SPA, Threats 96

5 Profile of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation 98
5.1 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Key Information 98
5.2 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Company Overview 98
5.3 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Business Description 98
5.3.1 Business Overview 98
5.3.2 Refineries 100
5.3.3 Retail 101
5.3.4 Upstream 102
5.4 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, SWOT Analysis 103
5.4.1 Overview 103
5.4.2 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Strengths 104
5.4.3 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Weaknesses 105
5.4.4 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Opportunities 105
5.4.5 Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation Threats 106

6 Profile of Saudi Arabian Oil Company 108
6.1 Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Key Information 108
6.2 Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Company Overview 108
6.3 Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Business Description 108
6.3.1 Business Overview 108
6.3.2 Exploration 109
6.3.3 Oil Operations 110
6.3.4 Refining and Chemicals 111
6.3.5 Transportation and Distribution 111
6.4 Saudi Arabian Oil Company, SWOT Analysis 112
6.4.1 Overview 112
6.4.2 Saudi Arabian Oil Company Strengths 113
6.4.3 Saudi Arabian Oil Company Weaknesses 114
6.4.4 Saudi Arabian Oil Company Opportunities 114
6.4.5 Saudi Arabian Oil Company Threats 116

7 Financial Deals Landscape 117
7.1 Detailed Deal Summary 117
7.1.1 Acquisition 117
7.1.2 Private Equity 121
7.1.3 Equity Offerings 122
7.1.4 Debt Offerings 125
7.1.5 Partnerships 131
7.1.6 Asset Transactions 132

8 Recent Developments 135
8.1 Strategy and Business Expansion 135
8.1.1 Mar 07, 2013: TAP And TANAP Enjoy Close Cooperation, Following Signing Of MoU In November 2012 135
8.1.2 Jan 16, 2013: Bapco And Saudi Aramco To Upgrade Path Of Oil Pipeline Links Saudi Oil Fields To Bahrain Refinery 135
8.1.3 Oct 02, 2012: Wintershall Builds New Oil Pipeline To Connect Wintershall Concession C96 With Amal Field 135
8.1.4 Jun 21, 2012: Mart Resources, Midwestern And SunTrust Sign Agreement To Build Alternative Export Pipeline For Umusadege Field In Nigeria 136
8.2 Drilling and Production Updates 137
8.2.1 Jul 17, 2012: OMV Resumes Production In Yemen 137
8.3 Other Significant Developments 137
8.3.1 Mar 11, 2013: Mart Resources Provides UMU-10 Well Testing Update And Umusadege Operations Update 137
8.3.2 Mar 01, 2013: Mart Resources Provides Update On Umusadege Field In Nigeria 139
8.3.3 Feb 20, 2013: Iran And Pakistan Enter Pipeline Negotiations 140
8.3.4 Feb 13, 2013: Circle Oil Provides Morocco Operations Update 140
8.3.5 Jan 31, 2013: NNPC's Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline Project On Track 141
8.3.6 Jan 26, 2013: Yemen Confirms Oil Pipeline Sabotage 141
8.3.7 Jan 13, 2013: Iran To Extend Gas Pipeline To Iraq And Syria 142
8.3.8 Jan 13, 2013: Nigeria Oil Pipeline Fire Kills 30 People 142
8.3.9 Dec 24, 2012: Yemen LNG Repairs Gas Pipeline Following Sabotage 142
8.3.10 Dec 22, 2012: Iran To Start Extension Of Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline In 30 Days 142
8.3.11 Dec 16, 2012: Yemen LNG Confirms Sabotage Of Gas Pipeline At Balhaf In Yemen 143
8.3.12 Dec 11, 2012: Oando Energy Resources Expects Ebendo Field Production To Restart In Two Weeks 143
8.3.13 Dec 03, 2012: Gas Pipeline To Benefit Iran And Pakistan: Pakistan Ministry 143
8.4 New Contracts Announcements 144
8.4.1 Oct 05, 2012: KOGAS Wins $127m Contract To Build 110km Pipeline In Iraq 144
8.4.2 Jun 26, 2012: Petrofac Wins FEED Contract From Rialto Energy For Gazelle Field Development In Greater CI-202 Block Offshore Cote D'Ivoire 144

9 Appendix 146
9.1 Abbreviations 146
9.2 Methodology 146
9.2.1 Coverage 146
9.2.2 Secondary Research 147
9.2.3 Primary Research 147
9.3 Contact Us 147
9.4 Disclaimer 148

List of Tables

Table 1: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Key Statistics, 2012 12
Table 2: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Crude Oil Pipelines, Petroleum Products Pipelines and Natural Gas Pipelines Length (km) by Country, 2012 13
Table 3: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Crude Oil Pipelines, Petroleum Products Pipelines and Natural Gas Pipelines Length (km) by Company, 2012 14
Table 4: Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran), Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 16
Table 5: Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran), Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 17
Table 6: Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran), Natural Gas Pipeline, 2012 18
Table 7: Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran), Natural Gas Pipeline, 2012 (Contd.1) 19
Table 8: Algeria, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 20
Table 9: Algeria, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 21
Table 10: Algeria, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 22
Table 11: Algeria, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 23
Table 12: Algeria, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 24
Table 13: Nigeria, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 25
Table 14: Nigeria, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 26
Table 15: Nigeria, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 27
Table 16: Nigeria, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 28
Table 17: Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 29
Table 18: Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 30
Table 19: Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 31
Table 20: Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 31
Table 21: Libyan Arab Jamahiriya, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 32
Table 22: Iraq, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 33
Table 23: Iraq, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 34
Table 24: Iraq, petroleum product Pipelines, 2012 34
Table 25: Iraq, petroleum product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 35
Table 26: Iraq, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 36
Table 27: Saudi Arabia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 37
Table 28: Saudi Arabia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 38
Table 29: Saudi Arabia, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 39
Table 30: Saudi Arabia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 40
Table 31: Egypt, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 41
Table 32: Egypt, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 42
Table 33: Egypt, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 43
Table 34: Egypt, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 44
Table 35: South Africa, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 45
Table 36: South Africa, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 46
Table 37: South Africa, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 47
Table 38: South Africa, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 47
Table 39: Sudan, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 48
Table 40: Sudan, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 49
Table 41: Oman, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 50
Table 42: Oman, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 50
Table 43: Oman, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 51
Table 44: Tunisia, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 52
Table 45: Tunisia, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 53
Table 46: Tunisia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 54
Table 47: Syrian Arab Republic, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 55
Table 48: Syrian Arab Republic, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 56
Table 49: Syrian Arab Republic, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 56
Table 50: United Arab Emirates, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 57
Table 51: United Arab Emirates, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 58
Table 52: United Arab Emirates, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 59
Table 53: United Arab Emirates, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 60
Table 54: United Republic Of Tanzania, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 60
Table 55: United Republic Of Tanzania, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 61
Table 56: Israel, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 62
Table 57: Israel, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 62
Table 58: Israel, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 63
Table 59: Qatar, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 64
Table 60: Qatar, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 65
Table 61: Qatar, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 65
Table 62: Qatar, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 66
Table 63: Kenya, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 67
Table 64: Republic Of the Congo, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 68
Table 65: Mozambique, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 69
Table 66: Mozambique, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 69
Table 67: Yemen, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 70
Table 68: Yemen, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 71
Table 69: Kuwait, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 72
Table 70: Kuwait, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 73
Table 71: Kuwait, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 74
Table 72: Chad, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 75
Table 73: Gabon, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 76
Table 74: Gabon, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 77
Table 75: Angola, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 78
Table 76: Angola, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 78
Table 77: Cote D'Ivoire, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 79
Table 78: Cote D'Ivoire, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 79
Table 79: Cote D'Ivoire, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 80
Table 80: Jordan, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 81
Table 81: Morocco, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 82
Table 82: Namibia, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 82
Table 83: Ghana, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 83
Table 84: Senegal, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 84
Table 85: Bahrain, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 85
Table 86: Equatorial Guinea, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 85
Table 87: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 86
Table 88: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 87
Table 89: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 88
Table 90: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.1) 89
Table 91: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.2) 90
Table 92: Sonatrach SPA, Key Facts 91
Table 93: Sonatrach SPA, SWOT Analysis 94
Table 94: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Key Facts 98
Table 95: Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, SWOT Analysis 103
Table 96: Saudi Arabian Oil Company, Key Facts 108
Table 97: Saudi Arabian Oil Company, SWOT Analysis 112
Table 98: Oando Energy Resources To Acquire ConocoPhillips's Nigerian Business Units For $1.79 Billion 117
Table 99: Reatile Chemicals Acquires 30% Interest In Vopak Terminal Durban From Vopak 119
Table 100: Sonangol Plans To Acquire 16.65% Interest In Galp Energia From Eni 120
Table 101: Qatar Holding Acquires Additional Stake In Total 121
Table 102: Oando Plans Public Offering Of Shares For $220.5 Million 122
Table 103: Oando Plans For Private Placement 122
Table 104: Wentworth Resources Completes Private Placement Of Shares For $3.37 Million 123
Table 105: Wentworth Resources Completes Private Placement Of Shares For $13.5 Million 124
Table 106: TAQA Completes Public Offering Of 2.5% Bonds For $750 Million 125
Table 107: TAQA Completes Public Offering Of 3.625% Bonds For $1.25 Billion 126
Table 108: Abu Dhabi National Energy Completes Private Placement Of 4.65% Bonds Due 2022 For $215. 5 Million 127
Table 109: Dolphin Energy Completes Public Offering Of 5.5% Bonds Due 2021 For $1,300 Million 128
Table 110: Abu Dhabi National Energy Completes Private Placement Of 4.12% Notes For $750 Million 129
Table 111: Abu Dhabi National Energy Completes Private Placement Of 5.87% Notes For $750 Million 130
Table 112: National Iranian Oil Plans To Issue Bonds For $15,000 Million 131
Table 113: Ghana National Petroleum Plans To Form Joint Venture With The National Gas Company 131
Table 114: ONGC Videsh Receives Approval To Acquire 2.72% Interest In ACG Fields, Offshore Azerbaijan, And 2.36% Interest In Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan Pipeline For $1 Billion 132
Table 115: BP Plans To Acquire Stake In Trans-Anatolian Pipeline Project From SOCAR 134

List of Figures

Figure 1: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Country (km), 2012 13
Figure 2: Middle East and Africa Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Company (km), 2012 14

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