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North America and Russia to Dominate Global Oil and Gas Pipeline Construction by 2018
More than 500 oil and gas pipelines are expected to start operations across the world by 2018. Natural gas pipelines will dominate the global planned pipeline construction indicating growing natural gas supply and demand across the world. Natural gas is expected to account 63% of the total planned pipelines by 2018 while crude oil (21%), petroleum products (11%), and NGL (6%) pipelines constitute the remaining planned pipelines. The total capital expenditure on these oil and gas pipelines is expected to be more than US$500 billion. Geographically North America and Russia will lead the global planned pipeline construction confirming their status as the leading producers and transporters of oil and gas in the world. Gazprom will be the leading operator as the company plans to transport more gas in future, especially to the Asia-Pacific countries.
The report scope includes -
- Insight on annual breakdown of capital expenditure spending on oil and gas pipelines for the period 2015 to 2019
- Information on key countries in the world by oil and gas planned pipeline length
- Insight on major oil and gas pipeline companies and operators in the world
- Details and significance of top 15 planned pipelines in the world by length
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The report will help you to -
- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the planned pipeline industry globally
- Keep abreast of key planned oil and gas pipeline projects across the world
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of the most recent information on planned oil and gas pipelines
- Assess your competitor’s planned pipelines projects and capacities
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