Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in North America, 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 North America, 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 North America. It provides asset level information related to all active and planned crude oil, petroleum products and natural gas transmission pipelines in North America. The profiles of major companies operating in the pipeline industry in North America 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 Kinder Morgan, Inc., NiSource Inc. and Enterprise Products Partners L.P.
  • 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 North America
  • 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 North America

Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry Outlook in North America, 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 5
1.2 List of Figures 9

2 Introduction 10
2.1 What Is This Report About? 10
2.2 How to Use This Report? 10
2.3 Market Definition 10

3 North America Pipeline Industry 11
3.1 North America Pipeline Industry, Key Data 11
3.2 North America Pipeline Industry, An Overview 11
3.2.1 North America Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Country 12
3.2.2 North America Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Company 13
3.3 North America Pipeline Industry: Key Trends and Issues 14
3.3.1 North America has the largest pipeline infrastructure across all regions in the world 14
3.3.2 Natural gas pipelines dominate North America's pipeline infrastructure 14
3.3.3 US will account for around 53.4% of the planned pipelines in North America during 2013-2017 14
3.4 North America Pipeline Industry, The United States 15
3.4.1 The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines 15
3.4.2 The United States, Petroleum Products Pipelines 47
3.4.3 The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines 64
3.5 North America Pipeline Industry, Canada 118
3.5.1 Canada, Crude Oil Pipelines 118
3.5.2 Canada, Petroleum Product Pipelines 124
3.5.3 Canada, Natural Gas Pipelines 126
3.6 North America Pipeline Industry, Mexico 134
3.6.1 Mexico, Crude Oil Pipelines 134
3.6.2 Mexico, Petroleum Product Pipelines 135
3.6.3 Mexico, Natural Gas Pipelines 137
3.7 North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Pipelines 140
3.7.1 North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 140
3.7.2 North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 145
3.7.3 North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 146

4 Profile of Kinder Morgan, Inc. 151
4.1 Kinder Morgan, Inc., Key Information 151
4.2 Kinder Morgan, Inc., Company Overview 151
4.3 Kinder Morgan, Inc., Business Description 151
4.3.1 Business Overview 151
4.3.2 CO2 - KMP 153
4.3.3 Kinder Morgan Canada-KMP 154
4.3.4 Natural Gas Pipelines - KMP 154
4.3.5 Other 156
4.3.6 Products Pipelines - KMP 156
4.3.7 Terminals - KMP 157
4.4 Kinder Morgan, Inc., SWOT Analysis 157
4.4.1 Overview 157
4.4.2 Kinder Morgan, Inc., Strengths 158
4.4.3 Kinder Morgan, Inc., Weaknesses 159
4.4.4 Kinder Morgan, Inc., Opportunities 160
4.4.5 Kinder Morgan, Inc., Threats 161

5 Profile of NiSource Inc. 163
5.1 NiSource Inc., Key Information 163
5.2 NiSource Inc., Company Overview 163
5.3 NiSource Inc., Business Description 163
5.3.1 Business Overview 163
5.3.2 Electric Operations 164
5.3.3 Gas Distribution Operations 164
5.3.4 Gas Transmission and Storage Operations 165
5.4 NiSource Inc., SWOT Analysis 166
5.4.1 Overview 166
5.4.2 NiSource Inc. Strengths 166
5.4.3 NiSource Inc. Weaknesses 167
5.4.4 NiSource Inc. Opportunities 168
5.4.5 NiSource Inc. Threats 169

6 Profile of Enterprise Products Partners L.P. 170
6.1 Enterprise Products Partners L.P., Key Information 170
6.2 Enterprise Products Partners L.P., Company Overview 170
6.3 Enterprise Products Partners L.P., Business Description 170
6.3.1 Business Overview 170
6.3.2 NGL Pipelines & Services Segment 171
6.3.3 Offshore Pipelines & Services Segment 172
6.3.4 Onshore Crude Oil Pipelines & Services Segment 173
6.3.5 Onshore Natural Gas Pipelines & Services Segment 174
6.3.6 Petrochemical & Refined Products Services Segment 174
6.4 Enterprise Products Partners L.P., SWOT Analysis 175
6.4.1 Overview 175
6.4.2 Enterprise Products Partners L.P. Strengths 176
6.4.3 Enterprise Products Partners L.P. Weaknesses 177
6.4.4 Enterprise Products Partners L.P. Opportunities 177
6.4.5 Enterprise Products Partners L.P. Threats 179

7 Financial Deals Landscape 180
7.1 Detailed Deal Summary 180
7.1.1 Acquisition 180
7.1.2 Private Equity 186
7.1.3 Venture Financing 188
7.1.4 Equity Offerings 188
7.1.5 Debt Offerings 194
7.1.6 Partnerships 201
7.1.7 Asset Transactions 205

8 Recent Developments 210
8.1 License Rounds 210
8.1.1 Sep 24, 2012: White Cliffs Pipeline Announces Open Season Binding To Expand Capacity On White Cliffs Pipeline 210
8.1.2 Mar 21, 2012: Mexico Invites Tenders For $3.5 Billion Gas Pipeline Project 210
8.2 Strategy and Business Expansion 211
8.2.1 Mar 12, 2013: Crestwood Midstream Announces Additional Marcellus Shale Agreement With Antero Resources 211
8.2.2 Mar 07, 2013: Holly Energy Proceeding With Expansion Of Crude System In Southeastern New Mexico 211
8.2.3 Mar 04, 2013: Hess To Exit Retail, Energy Marketing And Energy Trading Businesses 212
8.2.4 Feb 15, 2013: MarkWest Utica EMG And Rex Energy Sign Agreement For Development Of Midstream Infrastructure In Utica Shale 212
8.2.5 Feb 13, 2013: Pembina Pipeline To Expand Crude Oil And Condensate Capacity 213
8.3 Other Significant Developments 214
8.3.1 Mar 15, 2013: Nordic Oil and Gas Receives Approval For Pipeline In Joffre, Alberta 214
8.3.2 Mar 12, 2013: Enterprise Provides Update On Gulf Coast Ethane Pipeline 214
8.3.3 Mar 07, 2013: Pembina Pipeline Announces Open Season For Pipeline Expansions 214
8.3.4 Mar 06, 2013: Talisman Energy Announces 2013 Guidance 215
8.3.5 Mar 06, 2013: Trans Energy Announces Expansion Of Existing Credit Facility To US$ 75MM 221
8.3.6 Mar 05, 2013: Pembina Pipeline To Proceed With US$1 billion Expansion Of NGL Infrastructure 222
8.3.7 Mar 04, 2013: DCP Midstream Appoints Wouter Van Kempen As Chairman 223
8.3.8 Mar 01, 2013: DOS Releases TransCanada's Keystone XL Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement 224
8.3.9 Feb 28, 2013: Copano Energy Provides Operations Update 225
8.3.10 Feb 27, 2013: Blueknight Energy Announces North Extension To Pecos River Pipeline And Open Season 227
8.3.11 Feb 25, 2013: PTPLP Signs US$ 200MM Agreement With 15 First Nations For Pipeline Component Of Kitimat LNG Project 228
8.4 New Contracts Announcements 229
8.4.1 Jan 18, 2013: Medallion Midstream Signs Agreement With Laredo Petroleum For Providing Midstream Infrastructure 229
8.4.2 Jan 15, 2013: JP Energy Signs 15 Years Agreement With Tug Hill Operating To Transport Crude Oil 229
8.4.3 Jan 09, 2013: Progress Energy Selects TransCanada For Gas Pipeline Project In Canada 230

9 Appendix 232
9.1 Abbreviations 232
9.2 Methodology 232
9.2.1 Coverage 232
9.2.2 Secondary Research 233
9.2.3 Primary Research 233
9.3 Contact Us 233
9.4 Disclaimer 234

List of Tables

Table 1: North America Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Key Statistics, 2012 11
Table 2: North America Pipeline Industry, Country Wise Pipeline Length by Type (km), 2012 12
Table 3: North America Pipeline Industry, Company Wise Pipeline Length by Type (km), 2012 13
Table 4: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 15
Table 5: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 16
Table 6: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 17
Table 7: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 18
Table 8: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.4) 19
Table 9: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.5) 20
Table 10: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.6) 21
Table 11: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.7) 22
Table 12: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.8) 23
Table 13: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.9) 24
Table 14: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.10) 25
Table 15: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.11) 26
Table 16: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.12) 27
Table 17: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.13) 28
Table 18: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.14) 29
Table 19: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.15) 30
Table 20: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.16) 31
Table 21: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.17) 32
Table 22: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.18) 33
Table 23: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.19) 34
Table 24: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.20) 35
Table 25: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.21) 36
Table 26: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.22) 37
Table 27: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.23) 38
Table 28: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.24) 39
Table 29: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.25) 40
Table 30: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.26) 41
Table 31: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.27) 42
Table 32: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.28) 43
Table 33: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.29) 44
Table 34: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.30) 45
Table 35: The United States, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.31) 46
Table 36: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 47
Table 37: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 48
Table 38: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 49
Table 39: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 50
Table 40: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.4) 51
Table 41: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.5) 52
Table 42: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.6) 53
Table 43: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.7) 54
Table 44: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.8) 55
Table 45: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.9) 56
Table 46: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.10) 57
Table 47: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.11) 58
Table 48: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.12) 59
Table 49: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.13) 60
Table 50: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.14) 61
Table 51: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.15) 62
Table 52: The United States, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.16) 63
Table 53: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 64
Table 54: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 65
Table 55: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 66
Table 56: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 67
Table 57: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.4) 68
Table 58: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.5) 69
Table 59: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.6) 70
Table 60: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.7) 71
Table 61: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.8) 72
Table 62: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.9) 73
Table 63: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.10) 74
Table 64: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.11) 75
Table 65: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.12) 76
Table 66: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.13) 77
Table 67: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.14) 78
Table 68: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.15) 79
Table 69: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.16) 80
Table 70: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.17) 81
Table 71: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.18) 82
Table 72: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.19) 83
Table 73: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.20) 84
Table 74: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.21) 85
Table 75: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.22) 86
Table 76: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.23) 87
Table 77: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.24) 88
Table 78: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.25) 89
Table 79: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.26) 90
Table 80: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.27) 91
Table 81: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.28) 92
Table 82: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.29) 93
Table 83: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.30) 94
Table 84: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.31) 95
Table 85: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.32) 96
Table 86: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.33) 97
Table 87: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.34) 98
Table 88: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.35) 99
Table 89: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.36) 100
Table 90: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.37) 101
Table 91: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.38) 102
Table 92: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.39) 103
Table 93: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.40) 104
Table 94: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.41) 105
Table 95: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.42) 106
Table 96: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.43) 107
Table 97: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.44) 108
Table 98: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.45) 109
Table 99: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.46) 110
Table 100: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.47) 111
Table 101: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.48) 112
Table 102: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.49) 113
Table 103: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.50) 114
Table 104: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.51) 115
Table 105: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.52) 116
Table 106: The United States, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.53) 117
Table 107: Canada, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 118
Table 108: Canada, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 119
Table 109: Canada, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 120
Table 110: Canada, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 121
Table 111: Canada, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.4) 122
Table 112: Canada, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.5) 123
Table 113: Canada, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 124
Table 114: Canada, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 125
Table 115: Canada, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 126
Table 116: Canada, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 127
Table 117: Canada, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 128
Table 118: Canada, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.3) 129
Table 119: Canada, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.4) 130
Table 120: Canada, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.5) 131
Table 121: Canada, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.6) 132
Table 122: Canada, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.7) 133
Table 123: Mexico, Crude Oil Pipelines, 2012 134
Table 124: Mexico, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 135
Table 125: Mexico, Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 136
Table 126: Mexico, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 137
Table 127: Mexico, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.1) 138
Table 128: Mexico, Natural Gas Pipelines, 2012 (Contd.2) 139
Table 129: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 140
Table 130: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines (Contd.1) 141
Table 131: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines (Contd.2) 142
Table 132: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines (Contd.3) 143
Table 133: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Crude Oil Pipelines (Contd.4) 144
Table 134: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 145
Table 135: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 146
Table 136: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.1) 147
Table 137: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.2) 148
Table 138: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.3) 149
Table 139: North America Pipeline Industry, Planned Natural Gas Pipelines (Contd.4) 150
Table 140: Kinder Morgan, Inc., Key Facts 151
Table 141: Kinder Morgan, Inc, SWOT Analysis 158
Table 142: NiSource Inc., Key Facts 163
Table 143: NiSource Inc., SWOT Analysis 166
Table 144: Enterprise Products Partners L.P., Key Facts 170
Table 145: Enterprise Products Partners L.P., SWOT Analysis 176
Table 146: Regency Energy To Acquire Gathering And Processing Arm Of Southern Union For US$ 1,500MM 180
Table 147: Kinder Morgan Energy Partners Completes Acquisition Of Remaining 50% Interest Each In El Paso Natural Gas Company And El Paso Midstream From Kinder Morgan For US$ 1,655MM 182
Table 148: Kinder Morgan Energy To Acquire Copano Energy, Midstream Energy Company, For $5 Billion 183
Table 149: Rangeland Energy Secures $200 Million Equity Commitment From EnCap Flatrock 186
Table 150: Tradition Midstream Secures $100 Million Equity Commitment From EnCap Flatrock 187
Table 151: Secure Operations Raises $0.23 Million In Venture Financing Round 188
Table 152: Crestwood Midstream Prices Public Offering Of Units For US$107.5 MIllion 188
Table 153: Holly Energy Prices Public Offering Of Units For US$76.5 Million 190
Table 154: Enbridge Announces Private Placement Of Series 1 Preferred Shares For US$400 Million 191
Table 155: Eagle Rock Energy Partners Prices Public Offering Of Units For US$83.8 Million 193
Table 156: Chesapeake Energy Prices Public Offering Of 3.25% Notes Due 2016 For US$500 Million 194
Table 157: Chesapeake Energy Prices Public Offering Of 5.375% Notes Due 2021 For US$700 Million 195
Table 158: Chesapeake Energy Prices Public Offering Of 5.75% Notes Due 2023 For US$1.1 Billion 197
Table 159: Enterprise Products Operating Completes Public Offering Of 3.35% Notes Due 2023 For US$1.25 Billion 198
Table 160: Enterprise Products Operating Completes Public Offering Of 4.85% Notes Due 2044 For US$1 Billion 199
Table 161: CenterPoint Energy To Form Limited Partnership With Enogex 201
Table 162: Williams To Form Joint Venture With Boardwalk Pipeline Partners 202
Table 163: Enbridge To Form Joint Venture With Energy Transfer Partners 204
Table 164: Western Gas Partners To Acquire 33.75% Interest In Liberty And Rome Gas Gathering Systems In Pennsylvania From Anadarko Petroleum For US$ 490MM 205
Table 165: Western Gas Partners To Acquire 33.75% Interest In Larry's Creek, Seely And Warrensville Gas Gathering Systems In Pennsylvania From Chesapeake Energy For US$133.5 Million 206
Table 166: Magellan Midstream To Acquire 800 Miles Two Refined Petroleum Product Pipeline Systems And Related Assets From Plains All American Pipeline For US$ 190MM 208
Table 167: Blueknight Energy Partners To Acquire 30% Interest In Pecos River Pipeline In Texas From Advantage Pipeline 209

List of Figures

Figure 1: North America Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Country (km), 2012 12
Figure 2: North America Pipeline Industry, Pipeline Length by Company (km), 2012 13

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    Ethanol that is produced by converting sugar in cellulose is particularly known as cellulosic ethanol. It is produced from lignocellulose available in cellulosic materials such as wood and grass. Ethanol is the most commonly commended alternative or additive for gasoline and is produced through the fermentation process of cellulosic feedstock. It is also gaining much attention because its feedstock can be grown anywhere and also can be sourced from agricultural waste residues. It provides a gree......
  • Global Energy Storage for Microgrids Market 2014-2018
    Published: 15-Oct-2014        Price: US $2500 Onwards        Pages: 80
    An electrical energy storage system is an energy reservoir that can store electrical energy and supply energy when required. Generally, energy storage systems perform three functions; energy management, power bridging, and power quality control. Technological advancements in electricity storage systems have created opportunities for storage systems to provide unique ancillary and customer energy management services to the evolving grid. TechNavio's analysts forecast the Global Energy Storage fo......
  • Protective Relay Market by Type (High, Medium, and Low Voltage), by Application (Utilities, Industries), and by Product Category (Feeder Protection, Transmission Line Distance, Motor Protection, Transformer Protection) – Global Trends and Forecasts to 2019
    Published: 14-Oct-2014        Price: US $4650 Onwards        Pages: 142
    This report estimates the protective relays market in terms of revenue ($millions). This has been broken down into component regions and is further split into countries. Protective relays are the integral part of the circuit protection system in the power market. Protective relays ensure normal operation of the components of an electric circuit. The basic function of these relays is to prompt the switching device to remove the element from the circuit, when it suffers a short circuit or when ......
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