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Analysis of the Brazilian Natural Gas Market

NEW YORK, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

 Analysis of the Brazilian Natural Gas Market 

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This research service analyzes the Brazilian natural gas market. A large portion of this service is dedicated to Petrobras, Brazil's main participant in the oil and gas sector. Further, this service takes into account the recent discovery of the pre-salt reserves, which will be a main driver for this market. The service also contains market engineering measurements, market forecasts and trends, and a demand analysis. Market share is broken down and the competitive environment is examined. The base year is 2010, with a total study period of 2007 to 2016.

Executive Summary

•It is likely to reach $ billion in 2016, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of percent.

•The major participant in this market is Petrobras. This company is represented in diverse areas such as exploration and production, processing, transportation, and distribution.

•Pre-salt discoveries will be the main driver of this market as the natural gas reserves in Brazil are huge.

•Estimated prices for the next coming years will not increase as significantly as prices in the past had increased because of the greater amounts of natural gas coming from pre-salt reserves.

•The main difficulty for entering into the Brazilian natural gas market is the necessity to compete against Petrobras, which is the largest company in Latin America.

Market Overviews

Geographic Scope

•This research service focuses on the Brazilian market. •Brazil is divided into five distinct regions: The North, The Northeast, the Central-West, the Southeast, and the South. •This research service includes the country's states and its federal district.

Market Scope

•This research service provides a general overview of the natural gas market in Brazil. •It covers present and future opportunities, government policies, regulations, end users, and feedstock.

Natural Gas According to Law No. 9478/97 (the Petroleum Act): "Natural gas is the portion of oil that exists in the gaseous phase or in solution in the oil reservoir in original condition and remains in a gaseous state at room temperature, (normal temperature and pressure)".

Natural Gas Composition

•Natural gas is found underground across fields of oil, by accumulations in porous rocks. It is isolated from the outside by impermeable rocks and can be associated or not to oil depots.

•Natural gas composition can vary greatly depending on factors related to the field where the gas is produced as well as to its production, conditioning, processing, and transportation.

•The quality of natural gas is determined by its set of components that are heavier than ethane:

oIf the content of components heavier than ethane exceeds percent of the gas, it is considered rich.

oIf its components heavier than ethane are less than percent of the gas, it is considered poor.

oIf the components heavier than ethane are between and percent, the gas is considered of median quality.

Table of Contents

Slide Numbers

Executive Summary

Market Overview

Total Natural Gas Market

•External Challenges: Drivers and Restraints

•Forecasting and Trends

•Demand Analysis

•Market Share and Competitive Analysis

The Last Word

Appendix

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