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The Future of Thailand Oil and Gas Industry to 2020 new report provides a comprehensive overview of the Thailand oil and gas sector, covering the entire value chain of the industry. It analyzes and forecasts each of the oil and gas segments in Thailand including upstream sector, pipeline, refinery, LNG and storage sectors.

The report also gives detailed analysis of investment opportunities in each sector, highlighting the growth potential and feasibility of projects. It also identifies the key challenges, drivers and restraints in the country’s oil and gas industry and the impact of these metrics on the industry.

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The Future of Thailand Oil and Gas Industry to 2020 new report provides a comprehensive overview of the Thailand oil and gas sector, covering the entire value chain of the industry

The report gives outlook of Thailand production and consumption of crude oil, petroleum products, natural gas and coal to 2020. It also provides detailed information including operators, owners, location, capacity and production for each of the oil and gas assets. Company wise and asset wise forecasts along with competitive structure is provided for each segment. Profiles of three major oil and gas companies and updates the major deals and events in the industry.

Scope of the Report:

– Supply- Demand forecast of crude oil, natural gas, petroleum products and coal to 2020

– Planned oil and gas projects in upstream, midstream and downstream sectors

– Oil and gas field details- production (2000-2009), location, operator, ownership

– Refineries- primary and secondary capacity outlook (2000-2015), refineries under operation and implementation (complexity, capacity, location, start up, operator, ownership), refinery expansions

– LNG – capacity outlook (2000- 2015), trade imports, utilization rates (2000- 2009), operational and planned terminals (location, start up, operator, ownership and capacity)

– Storage- oil and gas storage capacity outlook (2000-2015), tank farm details under operation and implementation

– Pipeline- crude oil, petroleum product and natural gas pipelines under operation and implementation

– In addition, for all oil and gas segments, information on competitive structure and capacity/production by company is provided

– Profiles of three major oil and gas companies in Thailand along with their business overview, SWOT analysis and financial analysis are given in detail.

– Latest events in Thailand oil and gas industry from 2009-2011 and their impact on the industry are analyzed in detail.

Reasons to Purchase:This comprehensive report is a multi-client market study and is used by oil and gas companies, traders, constructors, equipment and service providers, investment and financial institutions. The report allows your company to – Identify new investment opportunities through detailed information on planned projects- Formulate effective growth and expansion strategies through complete information on oil and gas segments including fields, pipelines, LNG, storage terminals and refineries- Mitigate operating risks through supply- demand outlook and capacity forecasts- Gain a better understanding of market size, trends and challenges for each of the oil and gas segments- Gain detailed understanding on each of the oil and gas assets is the country- Beat your competition by identifying new business opportunities- Keep yourself updated with all the latest events in the country’s oil and gas industry

via The Future of Thailand Oil and Gas Industry to 2020- Forecasts of Supply, Demand, Investment, Companies and Infrastructure Fields, Blocks, Pipelines, LNG, Refinery, Storage Assets – Market Research Reports – Research and Markets.

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Executive Summary
2.1 Background and Context
2.2 Thailand Hydrocarbon Profile, 2011
2.2.1 Primary Energy Scenario
2.2.2 Crude Oil
2.2.3 Natural Gas
2.2.4 Coal
2.3 Oil and Gas Assets under Operation -2011
2.4 Thailand Oil and Gas SWOT Analysis
3 Thailand Energy Supply Demand Outlook to 2020
3.1 Thailand Crude Oil Production Outlook to 2020
3.2 Thailand Natural Gas Production Outlook to 2020
3.3 Thailand Petroleum Products Production Outlook to 2020
3.4 Thailand Coal Production Outlook to 2015
3.5 Thailand Crude Oil Consumption Outlook to 2020
3.6 Thailand Petroleum Products Consumption Outlook to 2020
3.7 Thailand Natural Gas Consumption Outlook to 2020
3.8 Thailand Coal Consumption Outlook to 2015
4 Key Oil and Gas Investment Areas in Thailand
4.1 Upstream Sector
4.2 Oil and Gas Pipelines
4.3 Crude Oil Refineries
4.4 LNG Terminals
5 Thailand Upstream Oil and Gas Industry
5.1 Thailand, Oil, Gas and Coal Reserves
5.2 Thailand Crude Oil Production
5.2.1 Thailand Crude Oil production by Field, 2000-2009
5.2.2 Thailand Crude Oil production by Company, 2000-2009
5.2.3 Thailand, Major Oil Field Details
5.3 Thailand Natural gas production
5.3.1 Thailand Natural Gas production by Field, 2000-2009
5.3.2 Thailand Crude Oil production by Company, 2000-2009
5.3.3 Thailand, Major Gas Field Details
6 Thailand Oil Refining Industry
6.1 Thailand Crude Oil Refining Capacity Outlook to 2015
6.2 Refineries under Operation, 2010
6.3 Upcoming Greenfield Refinery Projects, 2011-2015
6.4 Refinery Expansion Details, 2005-2015
6.5 Secondary Unit Capacity Details, 2000-2015
6.6 Refining Industry Competitive Landscape
6.6.1 Thailand Refining Capacity by Company, 2000-2015
7 Thailand Liquefied Natural Gas Industry
7.1 Thailand, LNG Capacity Outlook to 2015
7.2 LNG Terminals under Operation, 2011
7.3 Annual LNG Capacity by Terminal, 2000-2015
7.4 LNG Trade Imports, 2000-2009
7.5 LNG utilization rates (%), 2002-2009
7.6 Upcoming LNG terminals, 2011-2015
7.7 LNG Industry Competitive Landscape
7.7.1 Thailand LNG Capacity by Company, 2000-2015
8 Thailand, Oil and Gas Storage Industry
8.1 Thailand Oil and Gas Storage Capacity Outlook to 2015
8.2 Thailand Oil Storage Tank Farms under Operation
8.3 Thailand Gas Storage Terminals under Operation
8.4 Thailand Planned Oil and Gas Storage Terminals
8.5 Storage Industry Competitive Landscape
9 Thailand, Oil and Gas Pipeline Industry
9.1 Crude Oil Pipeline Details
9.2 Natural Gas Pipeline Details
9.3 Petroleum Product Pipeline Details
9.4 Upcoming pipeline Projects, 2011-2015
9.5 Pipeline Industry Competitive Landscape, 2010
10 Key Players In Thailand Oil and Gas Markets
10.1 Company A
10.1.1 Top Level Information
10.1.2 Global Locations
10.1.3 Subsidiaries and Associated Companies
10.1.4 Business Description- Upstream
10.1.5 Business Description- Midstream
10.1.6 Business Description- Downstream
10.1.7 SWOT Analysis
10.1.8 Financial Analysis
10.2 Company B
10.2.1 Top Level Information
10.2.2 Global Locations
10.2.3 Subsidiaries and Associated Companies
10.2.4 Business Description- Upstream
10.2.5 Business Description- Midstream
10.2.6 Business Description- Downstream
10.2.7 SWOT Analysis
10.2.8 Financial Analysis
10.3 Company C
10.3.1 Top Level Information
10.3.2 Global Locations
10.3.3 Subsidiaries and Associated Companies
10.3.4 Business Description- Upstream
10.3.5 Business Description- Midstream
10.3.6 Business Description- Downstream
10.3.7 SWOT Analysis
10.3.8 Financial Analysis
11 Thailand, Latest Oil and Gas News Analysis, 2009-2010
12 Appendix
12.1 Glossary
12.2 Research and Forecast Methodology
12.3 OGAnalysis- Contact Information
12.4 Disclaimer
Some contents displayed above may not be in the final report based on the country’s operations

List of Tables

Table 1: Thailand Primary Energy Consumption, 2010
Table 2: Thailand Crude Oil Production Forecast, 2000-2020
Table 3: Thailand Natural Gas Production Forecast, 2000-2020
Table 4: Thailand Petroleum Products Production Forecast, 2000-2020
Table 5: Thailand Coal Production Forecast, 2000-2020
Table 6: Thailand Crude Oil Consumption Forecast, 2000-2020
Table 7: Thailand Petroleum Products Consumption Forecast, 2000-2020
Table 8: Thailand Natural Gas Consumption Forecast, 2000-2020
Table 9: Thailand Coal Consumption Forecast, 2000-2020
Table 10: Thailand, Crude Oil Reserves, 2000-2009
Table 11: Thailand, Natural Gas Reserves, 2000-2009
Table 12: Thailand, Coal Reserves, 2000-2009
Table 13: Thailand, Crude Oil Production by Field, 2000-2009
Table 14: Thailand, Crude Oil Production by Company, 2000-2009
Table 15: Thailand, Field Operator, Equity and Production Details, 2009
Table 16: Thailand, Natural Gas Production by Field, 2000-2009
Table 17: Thailand, Natural Gas Production by Company, 2000-2009
Table 18: Thailand, Field Operator, Equity and Production Details, 2009
Table 19: Thailand Refining Capacity Forecast, 2000-2015
Table 20: Thailand Number of Refineries and Capacity by Complexity, 2010- 2015
Table 21: Thailand Refineries under Operation (Location, Operator, Start Up, Complexity and Capacity Details), 2010
Table 22: Thailand Planned Refinery (Location, Operator, Start Up, Complexity and Capacity) Details, 2011-2015
Table 23: Thailand Refinery Expansions, 2005-2015
Table 24: Thailand, Refinery Secondary Unit Capacity Details, 2000- 2015
Table 25: Thailand, Company wise Refining Capacity, 2000-2015
Table 26: Thailand LNG Import Capacity, 2004-2015
Table 27: Thailand, Operational LNG Terminal Details (Location, Operator, Start Up and Capacity), 2010
Table 28: Thailand LNG Terminal wise Capacity, 2004-2015
Table 29: Thailand, LNG Trade Imports, 2000-2009
Table 30: Thailand, LNG Utilization Rate, 2002-2009
Table 31: Thailand, Upcoming LNG Terminal Location, Operator, Ownership and Capacity Details, 2011-2015
Table 32: Thailand, Company wise LNG Regasification Capacity, 2000-2015
Table 33: Thailand, Bulk storage Capacity, 2000-2015
Table 34: Thailand, Oil Storage Tank Farms under Operation, 2011
Table 35: Thailand, Gas Storage Terminals under Operation, 2011
Table 36: Thailand, Planned Oil and Gas Storage Terminals, 2011-2015
Table 37: Thailand, Storage Capacity by Company, 2000-2015
Table 38: Thailand, Major Crude Oil Pipelines under Operation, 2011
Table 39: Thailand, Major Natural Gas Pipelines under Operation, 2011
Table 40: Thailand, Major Petroleum Product Pipelines under Operation, 2011
Table 41: Thailand, Major Planned Oil, Petroleum Product and Gas Pipelines, 2011-2015
Table 42: Company A – Top Level Information
Table 43: Company A – Global Locations
Table 44: Company A – Global Locations
Table 45: Company A, Financial Analysis, 2007-2010
Table 46: Company B – Top Level Information
Table 47: Company B – Global Locations
Table 48: Company B – Global Locations
Table 49: Company B, Financial Analysis, 2007-2010
Table 50: Company C – Top Level Information
Table 51: Company C – Global Locations
Table 52: Company C – Global Locations
Table 53: Company C, Financial Analysis, 2007-2010

List of Figures

Figure 1: Thailand Map
Figure 2: Thailand Crude Oil Production Forecast, 2000-2020
Figure 3: Thailand Natural Gas Production Forecast, 2000-2020
Figure 4: Thailand Petroleum Products Production Forecast, 2000-2020
Figure 5: Thailand Coal Production Forecast, 2000-2020
Figure 6: Thailand Crude Oil Consumption Forecast, 2000-2020
Figure 7: Thailand Petroleum Products Consumption Forecast, 2000-2020
Figure 8: Thailand Natural Gas Consumption Forecast, 2000-2020
Figure 9: Thailand Coal Consumption Forecast, 2000-2020
Figure 10: Thailand, Crude Oil Reserves, 2000-2009
Figure 11: Thailand, Natural Gas Reserves, 2000-2009
Figure 12: Thailand, Coal Reserves, 2000-2009
Figure 13: Thailand, Crude Oil Production by Field, 2000-2009
Figure 14: Thailand, Crude Oil Production by Company, 2000-2009
Figure 15: Thailand, Field Operator, Equity and Production Details, 2009
Figure 16: Thailand, Natural Gas Production by Field, 2000-2009
Figure 17: Thailand, Natural Gas Production by Company, 2000-2009
Figure 18: Thailand, Field Operator, Equity and Production Details, 2009
Figure 19: Thailand Refining Capacity Forecast, 2000-2015
Figure 20: Thailand Refining Industry Competitive Structure, 2010
Figure 21: Thailand LNG Import Capacity, 2004-2015
Figure 22: Thailand, LNG Trade Movements, 2009
Figure 23: Thailand, LNG Utilization Rates, 2002-2009
Figure 24: Thailand LNG Regasification Competitive Structure, 2010
Figure 25: Thailand Bulk storage Capacity, 2000-2015
Figure 26: Thailand Storage Industry Competitive Structure, 2010
Figure 27: Thailand Pipeline Industry Competitive Structure, 2010

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