Petrochemical
  Phone Storage Card
  Flavoring Industry
  Food Package Service
  Road Intelligent Traffic
  Medical Apparatuses
  Fruit Deep Processing
 
  Real Estate Industry
  Commuication Industry
  Two-layer Kettle
  Eduction & Publication
  Aluminum Nanoparticle
  Natural Gas
  Aquatic Products
  Commerce Industry
  Tourism of Beijing
  Agriculture
  Water Based Varnish
  Coal Activated Carbon
  Post and Telecom Industry
  Transceiver Equipment
  Ultraviolet Based Varnish
 
  Egg Products Processing
  Agriculture
  Beef & Cattle
  Organic Agriculture
  Mutton Sheep
  Water Product
  Eco-Agriculture
  Bean Milk Powder
  Deer Breeding&Processing
  Yoghurt Starter Market
 
  Post and Expres Post
  Track Shoe
  China Air Humi
  Soymilk Machine
  Headset Battery
  IPTV Operation Strategy
  Intelligent Mobile Phone
  Skin Medication Industry
  Educational Funds
  Fluorine Industry
  Mobile Phone Paint Industry
  Spirulina
  Detergent Products
  Luxury Dressing Products
  Crystal Market
  Massaging Product Industry
  Wool Blanket Industry
  Metal Sodium Market
  Salviae Miltiorrhizae Market
  VHF Wireless Telephone
  Airless Spraying Machine
  Barge Market
  Diesel Generators Market
  Mobile Phone Camera
  Color Matching & Blending
  Drinking Machine Industry
  Liquefied Natural Gas
  Silver Products Industry
  Cooperative Software
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  Grating Digital Display
  China's Mobilephone
  Chinese Cellphone Design
 

Research Report on Developing Trend of China LNG Industry 2009

Part one   Analysis on global LNG industry 	7
Chapter one   Survey of global LNG industry 7
Section one   The LNG reserves and supply and demand in the world 	7
Section two   Volume of key LNG reserve countries and supply and demand 	10
Section three   Strategic position in primary energy sources 	26
1, Consumption components in recent years 	26
2, The strategic position of LNG in the energy sources	28
Chapter two   Survey of global LNG 	30
Section one   Necesity 	30
1, Convenience in global LNG transport 	30
2, Concenience in storage 30
Section two   Current global LNG market 	32
1, The technologies of LNG and its storage and transport	are being mature 32
2, The cost of LNG is decreasing 	33
3, Sufficient in supply and demand; fierce competition 	34
4, The demand is increasing; market is further expanding 	35
5, The LNG has become the investing focus 	35
Section three   Developing trend of global LNG	36
1, The price is fast increasing because of increase in supply and demand	36
2, The construction of upstream industry is on the way 	37
3, The terminal construction is following 	39
4, Traditional market is pushing the development of emerging market 	39
Chapter three   Analysis on global LNG production 	40
Section one   Analysis on global overall LNG production 	40
Section two   Analysis on LNG production countires	41
Section three   Key problems 	49
Section four   Forecast on production between 2006 and 2010 	50
Chapter four   Analysis on global LNG demand 	50
Section one   Analysis on demand in past years	50
Section two   Demand features in recent years	51
Section three Production and consumption of LNG in key LNG manufacturing countries 	53
Section four   Analysisoncomparison between actural and potential consumption volume in the world
1, U.S.	64
2, Japan 	64
3, Germany 	64
4, China 	65
5, India 	65
Section five   Forecast on demand of global LNG demand between 2006 and 2010 	65
Chapter five   Aanlysis on global LNG trade 	66
Section one   Analysis on import of key LNG importers  	66
1, Janpan 	66
2, Korea 	68
3, U.S. 	69
4, India 	70
Section two   Analysis on export of key LGN exporters 	72
1, Indonisia 	72
2, Malaysia 	74
3, Algeria 	75
4, Qatar 	76
5, Brunei 	76
6, Australia 	77
7, Egypt 	78
8, Norway 	78
9, Russia 	78
Section three   Forecast on global LNG trade between 2006 and 2010 	79
1, Interaction of two big regional markets 	79
2, The trade of LNG will greatly increase 	80
3, The traditional trade is transforming into emerging trade  	80
Chapter six   Trade price of global LNG 82
Section one   FOB in the first half of 2006 	82
Section two   Price mechanism 	82
1, International LNG trade contract 	82
2, Pricing mechanism   	85
3, Key diciding factors 	87
Section three   Forecast on development of trade price between 2006 and 2010 	88
1, The increase in LNG price is following that in price and demand 	88
2, The price increase is closing themarket supply and demand 	89
3, Price structure is being complicated 	89
4, The FOB trade is increasing 	89
5, The diversification of trade modes decrease theprice	89
6, The flexibility of new contract increase the change opportunity 	89
Chapter seven   Analysis on LNG technology 	90
Section one   Basic principle 	90
Section two   The technology is being mature 	90
Section three   Popularity and complication of LNG technology 	92
Chapter eight   Analysis on transport 	93
Section one   Construction of speical ships	93
Section two   Current transportation 	93
Section three   Key problems in transport 	94
Section four   Analysis on key costs 	94
Section five   Forecast on transport between 2006 and 2010 	95
Chapter nine   Construction of global LNG receiving stations 	95
Section one   Overall construction 	95
Section two   Construction in key countries and regions 	96
1, U.S., Japan, and Korea 	96
2, India and China Taiwan 	97
Section three   Forecast on receiving stations between 2006 and 2010 	97
Section one    Analysis on political environment 	98
Section one   Tecchnical policies 	99
Section two   Policies of entrance and development 	106
Section three   Environmental protection policy 	107
Section four   Revenue policy 	108
Section five   Foreign operation policy	109
Chapter eleven   Competition structure 	110
Section one   In buyers market,	Janpan and Korea are in leading positions, but development
 of China and India is very fast 110
Section two   In sellers market, Southeast and mid-east are in the leading role; and Africa
 and Austrial are following 	111
Section three   The buyer smarket is transforming into sellers market 	113
Section four   Competition behivor and patterns 	113
Section five   Comparison and analysis of LNG and its substitutes 	113
Chapter twelve   Analysis on global LNG manufacturers 	114
Section one   Brunei LNG Company 	114
1, Company¨s introduction 	114
2, Export in recent years 	114
Section two  	Qatar LNG Company 114
1, Company¨s introduction	114
2, Business situation in recent years 	115
3, Company¨s resources 	115
4, Development and prospect 	115
Section three   Australia LNG Company	116
1, Company¨s introduction	116
Section four   Nigeria LNG Company 	119
1, Company¨s introduction	119
2, Company¨s resources 	119
3, Business situation in recent years	and future strategy 119
Section five   Malaysia LNG Company 	120
1, Company¨s introduction	120
2, Assets and management in the recent years 	120
3, Development 	121
Section six   Chevron Corporation 	122
1, Company¨s introduction	122
2, Business situation in recent years	122
3, Company¨s resources	123
4, Development	123
Section seven   Shell 	125
1, Company¨s introduction	125
2, Business situation in recent years	126
3, Company¨s resources		127
4, Development		131
Section eight   BP  	131
1, Company¨s introduction	131
2, Business situation in recent years	131
3, Company¨s resources		132
4, Development		134
Part two   Analysis on China local LNG industry 	135
Chapter thirteen   Survey 	135
Section one   Distribution 	135
Section two   Features 	138
Section three   Exploitaion 	141
Chapter fourteen   Necessity and pressure of LNG development in China 	142
Section one   Consumption structure of primary energy sources of China 	142
Section two   Consumption structure of primary energy sources at home and abroad 	144
Section three   Demand in energy sources for economic development 	146
Section four   Energy sources diversification and security of supply and demand 	148
Section five   Decrease in shortate and environmental pollution 	149
Section six   Necesity and pressure of importing LNG 	153
Chapter fifteen   Supply and demand 	154
Section one   Analysis on industry chain 	154
Section two   Storage and construction of stations	161
1, Pipeline structure 	161
2, Distribution and construction of stations 	164
3, Development of storage equipment 	164
4, Seurity and environmental protection 	165
5, Key problems 	165
Section three   Demand in recent years 	165
Section four   Supply in recent years 	166
Section five   Shortage 	168
Section six   Import 	169
1, Import dependence of China LNG 	169
2, Export of pipeline 	169
3, Import 	170
Section seven   Forecast on demand and import	171
Chapter sixteen   Import price 	176
Section one   FOB 	176
Section two   Analysis on price elasticity of LNG price on ocean shipment 	176
Section three   Price developing trend 	178
Chapter seventeen   Transport 	179
Section one   Development 	179
Section two   Comparison of LNG ships of China-Japan and China-Korea 	180
Section three   Main problems and countermeasures 	182
Section four   Developing trend of China LNG ships	182
Chapter eighteen    Main receiving stations of China between 2001 and 2010 	183
Section one   The LNG receving stations (including constructed and constructing)	183
Section two   Planning receving stations project 	193
Chapter nineteen   Industrial policies 	196
Section one   LNG development in Eleventh-Five-Year Plan 	196
Section two   Policies of market entranceand investment 	197
Section three   Policy of entrance  	200
Section four   Developing revenue policy 	201
Section five   Import policies 	203
Chapter twelve   Competition structure 	204
Section one   Receiveing stations structure of top 3 oil companies 	204
1, Offshore Oil Corporation 204
2, China Naitonal Petroleum Company 	204
3, Sino-pec	205
Section two   Overseas distribution of LNG sources	205
1, Offshore Oil Corporation	205
2, China Naitonal Petroleum Company	206
3, Sino-pec	206
Section three   Private LNG companies 	207
Section four   Business of overseas LNG companies in China 	208
1, Investing policies of overseas LNG companies in China 	208
2, Construction of distribution system 	208
Expansion of overseas LNG companies in terminal market 	208
Section five   Comparison and analysis of competitivity in LNG market between coastal 
areas and West in China  	209
Section six   Overall evaluation on competition of state-owned, foreign-owned and
 private-owned companies	209
Section seven   Developing ways of international large-sized oil companies 	210
Section eight   Competition structure between 2006 and 2010 	211
Chapter twelve   Key enterprises 	212
Section one   Offshore Oil Company 	212
1, Company¨s profile 	212
2, Current situation (positions; advantages and disadvantages; business features)	213
3, Development at abroad 	217
4, International cooperation and capital operation 	218
5, Business developing strategy 	218
Section two   China National Petroleum Company 	219
1, Company¨s profile 		219
2, Current situation (positions; advantages and disadvantages; business features) 220
3, Development at abroad	223
4, International cooperation and capital operation	223
5, Business developing strategy	224
Section three   Sino-pec 	224
1, Company¨s profile	224
2, Current situation (positions; advantages and disadvantages; business features)	225
3, Development at abroad	227
4, International cooperation and capital operation		227
5, Business developing strategy	 229
Section four   Guanghui Group  	229
1, Company¨s profile	229
2, Current situation (positions; advantages and disadvantages; business features)	230
3, Development at abroad	231
4, International cooperation and capital operation	231
5, Business developing strategy		231
Part three   Forecast on global LNG development between 2006 and 2010 	232
Chapter twenty-two   Forecast on development 232
Section one   Forecast on development 	232
1, Forecast on supply and demand 	232
2, Forecast on competition structure 	232
Section two   Forecast on development 	233
1, Forecast on supply and demand 	233
2, Forecast on competition structure 	236
Chapter twenty-three   Investing value, risks and strategy 	238
Investing value 	238
1, Cost benefit 	238
2, Growth 	238
3, Profitibility 	241
4, Ability of anti-riks 	243
5, Comprehensive analysis on investing value 	246
Section two   Investing risk 	246
1, Business risk 	246
2, Competition from importing pipeline natural gas 	247
3, Increased risks from LNG ships construction and transport cost 	247
4, LNG sources shortage and change 	247
Section three   Investing strategy 	249
1, Internationa cooperation and sources protection 	249
2, Strong LNG ships construction 	249
3, Strengthening sellings and sized business	250
Section four   Future discussion 	250
Chapter twenty-four   LNG importing prospect (experience of iron ore import)	250
Section one   Problems 	250
1, Iron ore problems and LNG import 	250
2, Current China LNG situation 	251
3, Problems 	251
Section two   Developing risks in the future 	251
1, Challenge of power generating area 	252
2, Demand in industry will be decreased 	252
3, Pipeline natural gas competition 	252
4, Cost is decreasing 	252
5, Financing risk 	252
6, Ships construction expenses 	253
Section three   LNG strategy is beyond price risk	253
1, Strategic meaning of adjustment in energy sources structure 	253
2, Strategic adjustment value 	254
3, The value of LNG in energy sources storage 	254
Section four   Import 	254
1, Opportunism of Australia make co-existing of LNG supply opportunitities and risk 	254
2, Diversification of China LNG supply decreases importing risk 	255
3, Plenty of substitutes can decrease LNG shortage risk 256
Section five   The secession cost of LNG market in China LNG industry chain 	256
Section six   Conclusion: co-existing of opportunities and risks; the former is beyond the latter.
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