Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Gas Processing Plants - Middle East to Underpin the Global Gas Processing Boom


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Global Capacity and Capital Expenditure Outlook for Gas Processing Plants - Middle East to Underpin the Global Gas Processing Boom

Summary

The global gas processing industry is set to grow by more than 10% over the next four years. Globally the Middle East, Former Soviet Union and Africa lead in terms of significant gas processing capacity additions by 2020. Among companies, National Iranian Oil Company, Saudi Arabian Oil Company and Gazprom will lead globally with capacity additions of more than 15 bcfd. Gazprom is also in the forefront in terms of capex for new planned projects, with over US$10 billion expected to be spent by 2020. The Amur terminal in Russia will have the highest capacity among all planned plants in the world with around 4,500 mmcfd, followed by Prudhoe Bay II in the US with around 3,000 mmcfd.

Scope

- Up-to-date gas processing capacity data by major regions in the world, forecast of planned capacity additions till 2020
- Annual breakdown of capital expenditure spending on planned (new-build) gas processing plants for the period 2016 to 2020
- Planned (new-build) gas processing capacity additions spending by key countries and companies across the world
- Planned (new-build) capital expenditure spending on new gas processing plants, key countries and companies in a region
- Details of major planned gas processing plants in the world up to 2020

Reasons to buy

- Keep abreast of key planned gas processing plants across the world
- Assess your competitors planned gas processing plants and capacities
- Obtain the most up to date information available on gas processing plants across the world
- Identify growth segments and opportunities in the global gas processing industry
- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the planned gas processing terminals across the world
- Assess your competitors planned gas processing plants and capacities