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Increasing Natural Gas Demand in China - Diversification of Gas Sources to Ensure Future Supply”, is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists, that analyzes China’s strategy to meet increasing natural gas demand in the country. The report provides information about China’s efforts to explore new conventional and unconventional natural gas reserves and increase production from the existing reserves. The report also provides details about new LNG regasification terminals and cross-country natural gas pipelines to China. The report is compiled using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.

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  1. 1. Increasing Natural Gas Demand in China - Diversification of Gas Sources to Ensure Future SupplySummary“Increasing Natural Gas Demand in China - Diversification of Gas Sources to Ensure Future Supply”,is the latest report from GlobalData, the industry analysis specialists, that analyzes China’s strategyto meet increasing natural gas demand in the country. The report provides information aboutChina’s efforts to explore new conventional and unconventional natural gas reserves and increaseproduction from the existing reserves. The report also provides details about new LNGregasification terminals and cross-country natural gas pipelines to China. The report is compiledusing data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary researchand in-house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.ScopeThis report provides analysis about increasing natural gas demand in China, as well as the country’sstrategy to diversify its natural gas sources in order to meet the increasing demand. The reportprimarily focuses on the following -- Overview of the natural Gas Sector in China- Drivers responsible for increasing natural gas demand in China- Outlook for natural gas consumption in China till 2020- China’s plans to increase domestic production from conventional gas reserves- Details of new international gas pipelines and LNG regasification terminals in China to enable thecountry increase its imports of natural gas- China’s strategy to increase natural gas production from unconventional natural gas sources suchas shale gas and coalbed methane.Reasons to buyThis report will enhance your decision-making capabilities in a rapid and time sensitive manner. Itwill allow you to do the following -- Gain insight on natural gas demand in China- Understand about China’s plans to increase domestic production of natural gas- Learn about new international natural gas pipelines to China- Know about new LNG regasification terminals in China- Learn about development of shale gas reserves in China- Learn about development of coalbed methane, sour gas and tight gas in China
  2. 2. Buy Your Copy of Report: http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/174170-increasing-natural-gas-demand-in-china-diversification-of-gas-sources-to-ensure-future-supply.htmlReport Details:Published: July 2012Price Single User License: US $ 3995 Price Corporate User License: US $ 11895Table of Contents1 Table of Contents1 Table of Contents 31.1 List of Tables 41.2 List of Figures 52 Introduction 62.1 Overview 62.2 GlobalData Report Guidance 63 Natural Gas Finds Increasing Role in China’s Energy Sector 73.1 Overview of the Natural Gas Sector in China 73.1.1 China’s Natural Gas Demand is Expected to Reach 375 Billion Cubic Meters by 2020 93.2 Increasing Natural Gas Demand in China: Key Drivers 123.2.1 Government Policies are Driving Natural Gas Demand in China 123.2.2 Potential for Gas-fired Electricity Generation will Drive the Natural Gas Demand in China 123.2.3 The Automobile Sector is Increasingly Using Natural Gas as an Alternate Fuel in China 133.2.4 China Initiates Additional Natural Gas Price Reforms for Further Development of Natural GasSector in the Country 144 China is Increasing its Domestic Production of Conventional Natural Gas to Meet GrowingDemand 154.1 China Plans to Increase Conventional Natural Gas Production in the South China Sea 174.1.1 CNOOC Makes Five Independent Discoveries in South China Sea in 2011 184.1.2 Husky Energy has Decided to Develop Two Natural Gas Fields in the Liwan Gas Project, SouthChina Sea 194.1.3 Territorial Disputes among the Littoral Countries of the South China Sea is Likely to AffectChina’s Planned Production of Natural Gas 204.2 China Continues to Discover and Increase Production of Conventional Natural Gas from itsOnshore Reserves 214.2.1 CNPC will Accelerate the Development of Three Conventional Oil and Gas Fields in China 215 China has Identified the Strategic Importance of the Development of its Shale Gas Resources 225.1 China has Exploitable Shale Gas Reserves of 25.1 Trillion Cubic Meters 225.1.1 Sichuan is the Most Explored Shale Gas Basin in China 24
  3. 3. 5.1.2 China and the US Launched Shale Gas Resource Initiative in 2009 305.1.3 China has Announced a Five-year Shale Gas Development Plan in March 2012 315.1.4 CNPC and Sinopec Lead the Way for Development of Shale Gas Resources in China 325.1.5 Challenges for the Development of Shale Gas Resources in China 346 China will Increase Production from Coalbed Methane, Sour and Tight Gas to Meet IncreasingNatural Gas Demand In the Country 376.1 China has the Third -largest Coalbed Methane Reserves in World 376.1.1 China Plans to Produce 30 Billion Cubic Meters of CBM by 2015 386.1.2 Challenges for the Development of CBM in China 396.2 China is also Developing Sour and Tight Gas Reserves to Meet Increasing Demand for NaturalGas 406.2.1 Changbei is an Important Tight Gas Field in China 406.2.2 Southern China has Abundant Sour Gas Reserves 417 Chinese NOCs are Investing in Overseas Natural Gas Assets to Ensure Stable Supply of Natural Gas427.1 CNOOC has Natural Gas Production Assets in Asia, South America and Oceania 427.2 CNOOC Purchased 33.3% Interest in the Niobrara Shale from Chesapeake Energy for $1.3 Billion437.3 PetroChina Announced Plans to Acquire Additional Natural Gas Assets to Increase its OverseasProduction 457.4 Sinopec Announced Plans to Acquire All of its Parent’s Overseas Assets in March 2012 478 China will Add New Cross-country Gas Pipeline Capacity to Increase Natural Gas Imports 498.1 Several Cross-country Natural Gas Pipelines are Being Constructed to Increase Natural GasImports to China 518.1.1 Kazakhstan-China Gas Pipeline 518.1.2 Myanmar-China Gas Pipeline 528.1.3 Uzbekistan-China Gas Pipeline 538.1.4 Altai Gas Pipeline 549 China is Building LNG Regasification Terminals for Greater Natural Gas Imports 569.1 Nine Regasification Terminals are Scheduled to Start Operations in China during the 2012-2016Period 589.1.1 Tianjin LNG Terminal 589.1.2 Zhuhai LNG Terminal 599.1.3 Tangshan LNG Terminal 609.1.4 Hainan LNG Terminal 619.1.5 Qingdao LNG Terminal 6210 Appendix 6310.1 Market Definition 6310.2 Abbreviations 6310.3 Sources 6410.4 Methodology 6410.4.1 Coverage 65
  4. 4. 10.4.2 Secondary Research 6510.4.3 Primary Research 6510.4.4 Expert Panel Validation 6610.5 Contact Us 6610.6 Disclaimer 661.1 List of TablesTable 1: Natural Gas Industry, China, LNG Imports to China by Source Country, bcm, 2010 10Table 2: Comparison of the Emissions of Natural Gas Fired Combined Cycle Power Plants withPulverized Coal Supercritical Power Plants, Tons/Year, 2007 12Table 3: Comparison of Energy Content* (Gross Heating Value) of Diesel, Gasoline, CNG, LNG andLPG, 2012 13Table 4: Natural Gas Industry, China, Production from Major Fields, MMcm, 2011 15Table 5: Shale Gas Industry, China, Key Data of Sichuan Basin and Tarim Basin, 2012 23Table 6: CBM Industry, China, Forecast of Discovery of New Proven CBM Reserves for SelectProvinces, bcm, 2012-2013 37Table 7: CBM Industry, China, Forecast of Annual Ground CBM Production for Select Provinces, bcm,2012-2015 38Table 8: Natural Gas Industry, China, CNOOC’s Net Natural Gas Production and Net Proved NaturalGas Reserves, 2011 42Table 9: Natural Gas Industry, China, Select CNOOC Deals to Strengthen its Overseas Natural GasOperations, 2008-2011 44Table 10: Natural Gas Industry, China, Select PetroChina Deals to Strengthen its Overseas NaturalGas Operations, 2009-2012 46Table 11: Natural Gas Industry, China, Select China Petrochemical Corporation and its SubsidiariesDeals, 2010-2011 48Table 12: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Phase II of the Kazakhstan-China GasPipeline, 2012 51Table 13: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Myanmar-China Gas Pipeline, 2012 53Table 14: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Altai Gas Pipeline, 2012 55Table 15: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Tianjin LNG Terminal, 2012 58Table 16: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Zhuhai LNG Terminal, 2012 59Table 17: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Tangshan LNG Terminal, 2012 60Table 18: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Hainan LNG Terminal, 2012 61Table 19: Natural Gas Industry, China, Snapshot of the Qingdao LNG Terminal, 2012 621.2 List of FiguresFigure 1: Energy Industry, China, Comparison of China’s Energy Mix, %, 2000 and 2010 7Figure 2: Natural Gas Industry, China, Distribution of Natural Gas Resources, 2010 8Figure 3: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Natural Gas Consumption, bcm, 2011-2020 9Figure 4: Natural Gas Industry, China, Natural Gas Consumption in China by End-use Category, %,2010 11
  5. 5. Figure 5: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Number of Natural Gas-fueled Vehicles in China,Million, 2012 14Figure 6: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Increase in Production of Natural Gas fromConventional Natural Gas Reserves, bcf, 2011-2020 16Figure 7: South China Sea, Location Map, 2012 17Figure 8: South China Sea, Location of Liwan 3-1 and Liuhua 34-2 Gas Fields, 2012 19Figure 9: South China Sea, Ownership Claims by Littoral Countries, 2012 20Figure 10: Shale Gas Industry, China, Location of Major Shale Gas Reserves and Natural GasPipelines, 2012 22Figure 11: Shale Gas Industry, China, Prospective Areas in the Lower Silurian Shale, 2012 24Figure 12: Shale Gas Industry, China, Prospective Areas in the Lower Cambrian Shale, 2012 25Figure 13: Shale Gas Industry, China, Potential of Ordovician Shales in the Tarim Basin, 2012 26Figure 14: Shale Gas Industry, China, Potential of Cambrian Shales in the Tarim Basin, 2012 27Figure 15: Shale Gas Industry, China, Central Depression, Wulungu and the North TianshanForeland Depression in the Junggar Basin, 2012 28Figure 16: Shale Gas Industry, China, Location of the Turpan-Hami Basin, 2012 29Figure 17: Shale Gas Industry, China, Location of the Songliao Basin, 2012 30Figure 18: Shale Gas Industry, China, China’s Five-step Approach to Reach the Set Milestones in theFive-year Shale Gas Development Plan, 2012 31Figure 19: Shale Gas Industry, China, Depletion of Ground Water Levels in China, 2011 35Figure 20: Tight Gas Industry, China, Location of Jinqiu Block in Sichuan Province, 2012 40Figure 21: Tight Gas Industry, China, Location of Sulige Field in Inner Mongolia , 2012 41Figure 22: Natural Gas Industry, The US, Location of the Niobrara Shale, 2012 43Figure 23: Natural Gas Industry, China, PetroChina’s Upstream Locations Across the World, 2011 45Figure 24: Natural Gas Industry, China, Planned International Natural Gas Pipelines, 2011 49Figure 25: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Increase in Imports of Natural Gas from Pipelines,bcf, 2011-2020 50Figure 26: Natural Gas Industry, China, Route of the Myanmar-China Gas Pipeline, 2011 52Figure 27: Natural Gas Industry, China, Route of the Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline, 2012 53Figure 28: Natural Gas Industry, China, Route of the Altai Gas Pipeline, 2012 54Figure 29: Natural Gas Industry, China, Locations of the Planned/Under-construction LNGTerminals, 2012 56Figure 30: Natural Gas Industry, China, Projected Increase in LNG Imports, bcf, 2011-2020 57Figure 31: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Tianjin LNG Terminal, 2012 58Figure 32: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Zhuhai LNG Terminal, 2012 59Figure 33: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Tangshan LNG Terminal, 2012 60Figure 34: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Hainan LNG Terminal, 2012 61Figure 35: Natural Gas Industry, China, Location of Qingdao LNG Terminal, 2012 62Browse more Research Reports @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/market-research/pharmaceuticals/Contact Us:
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