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Croatia Oil and Gas Report Q2 2016

  • March 2016
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  • Business Monitor International
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  • 82 pages

Includes 3 FREE quarterly updates

BMI View: Croatia's new government is likely to impose new restrictions on offshore drilling amid growingdomestic opposition stemming from concern for the environment and tourism sector. This, alongsideongoing maritime boundary disputes, creates additional uncertainty for investors in Croatia's oil and gassector. Progress on the Krk liquefied natural gas terminal continues and a final investment decision wasexpected mid-2016; a positive decision would see Croatia emerge as a regional energy hub.

The main trends and developments in Croatia's oil and gas sector are:

- Prime Minister Tihomir Oreškovi?, who took office in January 2016, has expressed doubts over offshoredrilling due to environmental concerns. Amid a growing backlash against offshore exploration, there isgrowing uncertainty facing the industry. Oreškovi? has backed onshore exploration, but new regulations,and possibly even a ban on drilling in the Adriatic, are possible, though the government policy remainsunclear. In addition to environmental opposition, contested maritime boundaries present further obstaclesto investment, as evidenced by OMV and Marathon's decision to relinquish blocks awarded during anoffshore bidding round.

- Uncertainty over the future of Croatia's nascent offshore oil and gas sector only reinforces the bearishprospects for reserves and production of both oil and gas. The absence of clarity on policy onlyexacerbates the impact of low oil prices, which will further discourage investment in Croatia's upstreamsector, which is thought to have only modest upside potential.

- Croatia confirmed receipt of seven bids for a proposed LNG import terminal on Krk island. Officialsindicated they hoped to make a final investment decision by mid-2016 and complete the project by 2019.Development of the terminal would position Croatia as a key source of alternative supply to imports ofRussian gas. The project could also help to meet growing domestic demand for as domestic outputcontinues to decline.

Table Of Contents

Croatia Oil and Gas Report Q2 2016
BMI Industry View 7
Table: Headline Forecasts (Croatia 2014-2020) 7
SWOT 9
Oil and Gas SWOT 9
Industry Forecast 11
Upstream Exploration 11
Latest Updates 11
Structural Trends 11
Table: Proven Oil and Gas Reserves (Croatia 2014-2019) 14
Table: Proven Oil and Gas Reserves (Croatia 2020-2025) 14
Upstream Production - Oil 15
Latest Updates 15
Structural Trends 15
Table: Oil Production (Croatia 2014-2019) 17
Table: Oil Production (Croatia 2020-2025) 17
Upstream Production - Gas 17
Latest Updates 17
Structural Trends 17
Table: Gas Production (Croatia 2014-2019) 19
Table: Gas Production (Croatia 2020-2025) 19
Refining 20
Latest Updates 20
Structural Trends 20
Table: Refining Capacity and Refined Products Production (Croatia 2014-2019) 22
Table: Refining Capacity and Refined Products Production (Croatia 2020-2025) 22
Refined Fuels Consumption 23
Latest Updates 23
Structural Trends 23
Table: Refined Products Consumption (Croatia 2014-2019) 25
Table: Refined Products Consumption (Croatia 2020-2025) 25
Gas Consumption 25
Latest Updates 25
Structural Trends 25
Table: Gas Consumption (Croatia 2014-2019) 27
Table: Gas Consumption (Croatia 2020-2025) 27
Trade - Oil 27
Latest Updates 27
Structural Trends 27
Table: Crude Oil Net Exports (Croatia 2014-2020) 28
Table: Crude Oil Net Exports (Croatia 2020-2025) 29
Fuels Trade Forecast 29
Table: Refined Fuels Net Exports (Croatia 2014-2019) 29
Table: Refined Fuels Net Exports (Croatia 2020-2025) 29
Table: Total Net Oil Exports - Crude and Products (Croatia 2014-2019) 30
Table: Total Net Oil Exports - Crude and Products (Croatia 2020-2025) 31
Trade - Gas (Pipeline And LNG) 31
Latest Updates 31
Structural Updates 31
Table: Gas Net Exports (Croatia 2014-2019) 33
Table: Gas Net Exports (Croatia 2020-2025) 33
Industry Risk Reward Index 35
Central And Eastern Europe - Oil and Gas Risk/Reward Index 35
Table: Regional Risk/Reward Index Averages - High Risk, Low Reward In Central And Eastern Europe 35
Table: Central And Eastern Europe - Upstream, Downstream And Overall Risk/Reward Index 36
Upstream: China Still The Target Market 37
Table: Central And Eastern Europe Upstream Risk/Reward Index 39
Downstream: Turkish STAR Only Bright Spot In Weak Market 40
Table: Central And Eastern Europe - Downstream Risk/Reward Index 42
Croatia - Risk/Reward Index 44
Market Overview 46
Croatia Energy Market Overview 46
Regulatory Structure 46
Fiscal Regime 47
Table: Croatia - Upstream Tax Regime 47
Licensing Regime 47
Table: Croatia - Contracts and Licensing Regime 47
Licensing Rounds 47
Oil And Gas Infrastructure 49
Oil Refineries 49
Table: Oil Refineries In Croatia 49
Oil Storage Facilities 49
Oil Terminals/Ports 50
Table: Croatia Oil Terminals and Ports 50
LNG 50
Table: Existing And Planned LNG Terminals 50
Table: Croatia - Gas Storage Terminal 50
Gas Pipeline 50
Table: Croatia - Natural Gas Pipeline 50
Crude Oil Pipelines 51
Table: Croatia - Crude Oil Pipelines 51
Competitive Landscape 52
Competitive Landscape Summary 52
Table: Key Players In Croatian Energy Sector 54
Table: Key Upstream Players 54
Table: Key Downstream Players 54
Company Profile 55
Eni 55
INA 58
Janaf 62
Other Summaries 65
Regional Overview 67
Central And Eastern Europe Oil And Gas Regional Overview 67
Oil Production: Output Growth Stalling 67
Oil Consumption: Weak EM Growth Softens Demand 68
Refining Capacity: Modernisation Over Capacity Growth 69
Natural Gas Production: Gas Ramp-Up Depends On China's Hunger 70
Table: Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline Expansions 71
Gas Consumption: Demand Falters On Struggling Economies 72
Table: Central And Eastern Europe - Oil And Gas Production And Consumption, Refining Capacity And Trade 73
Glossary 75
Table: Glossary Of Terms 75
Methodology 77
Industry Forecast Methodology 77
Source 79
Risk/Reward Index Methodology 79
Table: Bmi's Oil and Gas Upstream Risk/Reward Index 81
Table: Weighting 82

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