31 August 2016
Visiongain’s analysis indicates that capital expenditure on new land-based oil and gas transmission pipelines will be $68.7bn in 2016.
The future prospects for the industry are revealed in visiongain’s extensive 357 page report the Onshore Oil & Gas Pipelines Market Report 2016-2026
Expanding production driven by the American unconventional oil and gas boom, Canadian oil sand supply increases, and Middle Eastern output have complemented a growing demand situation, where consumption in nations such as Asia Pacific and South America is creating the conditions for strong CAPEX growth. Politics too is a leading driver of development, as the EU’s gas pipeline spending is driven by a desire to diversify imports away from Russia, and Russian spending is driven by the need to market more product to Asia, particularly in light of EU climate change reform.
The report also contains 309 tables, charts and graphs studying two submarkets, seven regions, and analysing eleven leading countries. The 2016 report accounts for fundamental market and political changes that have occurred globally and in key regions, including the oil price collapse, the expansion of the Islamic State, and revisions to growth and fuel consumption forecasts in Asia. Its research indicates that globally more spending will be dedicated to gas pipelines between 2016 and 2026, and that the market will be driven by the Asia-Pacific and North American regions.
Additionally visiongain has calculated baseline lengths of the existing oil and gas trunk / transmission pipelines network, in each region and leading country, as well as forecast anticipated length increases (and total network lengths) in the coming decade.
There are a multitude of factors affecting the security environment in which oil and gas assets are developed and transited. Current oil and gas infrastructure, future expansion plans, threats to physical infrastructure, regional development drives, safety, risk perception, environmental concerns, and the application of new technology are all amongst the factors that affect the global pipelines market.
The lead analyst for the report commented that:
“Deferred projects and delayed construction have led to an uncertain environment within the pipeline industry this year. Low oil prices, environmental constraints and increased violence in the Middle East and Africa are a few of the contributing factors. Despite this, strong investment in both oil and gas onshore pipelines is expected within the next decade to supply energy for the rising global demand.”
A companies chapter profiles the main providers of pipeline development and services worldwide. The most prominent and up-and-coming companies are detailed, along with their most recently proposed or presently underway projects. Visiongain has calculated, commented on, and visualised comparative CAPEX for 2016 for five of the most active organisations in the industry.
Visiongain’s forecasting and analysis is grounded in primary and secondary research that incorporates internal databases, private networks, and public financial and economic information.
The Onshore Oil & Gas Pipelines Market Report 2016-2026: CAPEX ($bn) and Added and Existing Pipeline Length (km) Forecasts for Cross Border & Interstate Trunk and Transmission Pipelines Transporting Heavy, Ultra Heavy and Light Crude Oil and Dilbit, Refined Petroleum Products, NGLs (e.g. Condensate, LPG) and Processed and Unprocessed Natural Gas report will be of value to current and potential future stakeholders and/or investors in the oil and gas industry, as well as any entity seeking to supply pipeline services or equipment in the future. It will also benefit companies, governments, and research centres that wish to broaden their knowledge and understand the variables that are driving the pipelines industry.
Notes for Editors
If you are interested in a more detailed overview of this report, please send an e-mail to email@example.com or call her on +44 (0) 207 336 6100
Visiongain is one of the fastest growing and most innovative independent media companies in Europe. Based in London, UK, visiongain produces a host of business-2-business conferences, newsletters, management reports and e-zines focusing on the Energy, Telecoms, Pharmaceutical, Defence, Materials sectors.
Visiongain publishes reports produced by its in-house analysts, who are qualified experts in their field. Visiongain has firmly established itself as the first port-of-call for the business professional, who needs independent, high quality, original material to rely and depend on.
The COVID-19 crisis has dramatically affected oil and gas production and demand, leaving no midstream markets untouched as drilling screeched to a halt, pipeline projects were sidelined and global storage neared capacity in a stark reversal of trends at the start of 2020.
25 November 2020
Increasing oil consumption, high recovery rates through successful implementation of CEOR, coupled with high cost of new exploration is expected to drive the implementation of CEOR over the coming years.
22 October 2020
Visiongain expects that various public support mechanisms will remain the principal driver throughout the forecast period. Estimates for the cost of CCS range between research papers as well as between capture technologies and plant characteristics.
02 October 2020
Supply gap due to production halt brought about by COVID-19 pandemic is expected restrict sales growth. However, the rising demand for coal tar products from the healthcare sector is expected to stabilize market growth during the forecast period.