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he report provides a comprehensive study of the major reasons behind Europe's diversification initiatives and discusses Russia's efforts to maintain its European gas supplier status. The report details how the status of natural gas has changed from being a strategic product to a leverage product in Europe.

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Russia diversifies gas export markets increasing focus on asia to offset potential decline in supply to europe

  1. 1. Russia Diversifies Gas Export Markets -Increasing Focus on Asia to Offset PotentialDecline in Supply to Europe"Russia Diversifies Gas Export Markets - Increasing Focus on Asia to Offset Potential Decline in Supplyto Europe", is the latest report from industry analysis specialists GlobalData that provides an in-depthanalysis on Russias diversification of its gas export markets to Asia-Pacific as Europe takes initiatives todecrease its dependence on Russian gas. The report provides a comprehensive study of the majorreasons behind Europes diversification initiatives and discusses Russias efforts to maintain its Europeangas supplier status. The report details how the status of natural gas has changed from being a strategicproduct to a leverage product in Europe. Europe is a key export market for Russia and the former hasbeen heavily dependent on Russian gas supplies. However, over the past few years, European countrieshave been trying to diversify their gas supply sources in order to maintain their energy security. Russia, inturn, is planning to diversify its gas export markets to make up for the potential decrease in gas offtake inEurope.Get your copy of this report @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/189850-russia-diversifies-gas-export-markets-increasing-focus-on-asia-to-offset-potential-decline-in-supply-to-europe.htmlReport Details:Published: August 2012No. of Pages: 43Price: Single User License – US$3995 Corporate User License – US$11985ScopeThe report provides an in-depth analysis of the changing natural gas market in Europe and Russia. Thescope of the report includes -  Key steps undertaken by Europe to decrease its dependence on Russian gas  Key rationales for Russia to make changes in its natural gas exports markets as Europe develops its LNG infrastructure, its gas shale potential and pipeline routes to access gas from different parts of the worldThe implications of the changing European gas trade scenario on Russian gas exports.  Estimates of Russias gas exports to Asia by 2020.
  2. 2. Reasons to buyThe report will enhance your decision-making capability by allowing you to -  Keep abreast of key European gas import source developments as the continent tries to develop alternate gas supply sources and routes bypassing Russia, and the emerging new business opportunities there in.  Keep updated on the planned projects that will enable Russia to supply gas to new export markets.  Understand the impact changing European gas trade will have on the global gas trade scenario.  Keep updated on the planned projects that will enable Russia to supply gas to and protect its European markets.Browse report related to Energy and Power @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/market-research/energy-and-power-supplies/1 Table of Contents 31.1 List of Tables 41.2 List of Figures 42 Introduction 52.1 Overview 52.2 GlobalData Report Guide 53 Russia is Witnessing Resistance in Gas Imports by European Consumers 64 Supply Uncertainty and High Gas Prices Prompt Europe to Reduce Dependence on Russian GasImports 104.1 Europe Imports a Third of its Natural Gas Imports from Russia 104.2 Russias Gas Disputes with Transit Countries have Led to Repeated Gas Supply Disruptions toEurope 114.3 Oil-Price Linked Gas Contracts have Made Russias Gas Expensive 155 Availability of Natural Gas and LNG Supplies from MENA, Asia-Pacific, North America and S&CAwill Help Europe Meet its Gas Demand 165.1 Changing Dynamics of Natural Gas Market is Changing the Status of Natural Gas for Europe 186 Europe is Developing Multiple Gas Import Options to Reduce Over-dependence on a SingleSupplier 206.1 Several Pipeline Projects will Allow Europe to Decrease its Dependence on Russian Gas 206.1.1 Nabucco Pipeline 206.1.2 Nabucco West Pipeline 226.1.3 Trans Caspian Pipeline 236.1.4 TANAP 246.1.5 TAP 24
  3. 3. 6.1.6 ITGI 256.2 Europe is Building LNG Regasification Terminals to Import LNG from Around the World 266.3 Development of Shale Gas in Europe is Likely to Decrease the Regions Dependence on Russia Gas287 Russia Plans to Increase Gas Exports to Asia-Pacific 307.1 Russia and China are Negotiating over Gas Supply Pricing Terms 317.1.1 Russia Supplies Gas to China in the Form of LNG and has One Planned Gas Pipeline 327.2 Russia is Likely to Transport Gas to South Korea through North Korea 337.2.1 Trans-Korean Gas Pipeline is a Proposed Pipeline for Transporting Gas from Russia to SouthKorea 337.3 Russia Plans to Export LNG to Japan on a Large Scale 348 Substantial Russian Gas Supplies are Likely to be Directed to Asia-Pacific by 2020 359 Russia is Bulding Gas Pipelines to Bypass Transit Countries and Protect its Market in Europe 379.1 Nord Stream Pipeline Passes through Baltic Sea with No Transit Countries between Russia andEurope 379.2 South Stream Pipeline will Transport Gas through Black Sea 389.3 Blue Stream Pipeline is an Active Pipeline Transporting Gas from Russia to Turkey 3910 Appendix 4010.1 Market Definition 4010.2 Abbreviations 4010.3 Sources 4110.4 Methodology 4210.4.1 Coverage 4210.4.2 Secondary Research 4210.4.3 Primary Research 4310.4.4 Expert Panel Validation 4310.5 Contact Us 4310.6 Disclaimer 43List of Tables1.1 List of TablesTable 1: LNG Market, Contracted LNG Capacities to Europe, MMtpa, July 2012 18Table 2: LNG Market, Europe, Planned LNG Regasification Terminals, 2012-2017 27Table 3: Major Planned Gas Pipelines from Russia to Asia-Pacific and Major Planned LNG LiquefactionTerminals in Russia, Capacity, bcf, 2012 35List of Figures1.2 List of FiguresFigure 1: Europe, Share of LNG and Pipelined Gas in Total Gas Imports, %, 2009-2011 6Figure 2: E.ON Ruhrgas AG, Share of Long-term Gas Supply Contracts with Countries, %, December 31,2011 7Figure 3: RWE, Gas Procurement Portfolio, August 2011 and April 2012 8
  4. 4. Figure 4: RWE, Gas Procurement Portfolio, 2009-2036 9Figure 5: Europe, Share of Different Fuels in Primary Energy Consumption, %, 2010-2011 10Figure 6: Natural Gas Market, Europe, Contribution of Countries in Natural Gas Imports to Europe, %,2010 11Figure 7: Gas Pipeline System, Active and Planned Pipelines from Russia to Europe via Ukraine andBelarus, 2012 13Figure 8: Gas Pipeline System, Active and Planned Pipelines from Russia to Belarus and SurroundingRegion, June 2012 14Figure 9: Natural Gas Market, Natural Gas Export Price of Russia and Average Estimated Spot NaturalGas Prices of Europe, $/Mcm, 2010-2012 (June) 15Figure 10: Prospective Natural Gas Suppliers to Europe, 2012 16Figure 11: Top 10 LNG Exporters to Europe, LNG Exports, Tons, 2007-2011 17Figure 12: Natural Gas Market, Supply Risk-Impact Matrix (Kraljik Model), Shift in Status of Natural Gasfrom Strategic Product to Leverage Product in Europe 18Figure 13: Natural Gas Market, Nabucco Pipeline, Proposed Route Map, 2012 21Figure 14: Natural Gas Market, Nabucco West Pipeline, Proposed Route Map, 2012 22Figure 15: Natural Gas Market, Trans Caspian Pipeline, Proposed Route Map, 2012 23Figure 16: Natural Gas Market, South Caucasus Pipeline, Route Map, 2012 24Figure 17: Natural Gas Market, TAP, Proposed Route Map, 2012 25Figure 18: Natural Gas Market, Interconnector Turkey-Greece-Italy, Route Map, 2012 26Figure 19: LNG Market, Europe, Planned LNG Regasification Terminals, 2012-2017 27Figure 20: Shale Gas Market, Europe, Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Resources by Countries, %,2011 28Figure 21: Russian Federation, Eastern Gas Program, 2012 31Figure 22: Natural Gas Market, Altai Gas Planned Pipeline, Route Map 32Figure 23: Natural Gas Market, Trans Korean Gas Planned Pipeline, Route Map 33Figure 24: Russia, Expected Gas Export to Asia-Pacific, tcf, 2012-2020 36Figure 25: Natural Gas Market, Nord Stream Pipeline, Route Map 37Figure 26: Natural Gas Market, South Stream Pipeline, Route Options Map 38Figure 27: South Stream Project Timeline 39Figure 28: Natural Gas Market, Blue Stream Pipeline, Route Map 39Contact:TX, Dallas North - Dominion Plaza,17304, Preston Road,Suite 800, Dallas 75252.+ 1 888 391 5441sales@reportsandreports.comConnect With Us:

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