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|February 13, 2013 01:02 PM EST||
NEW YORK, Feb. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
United Kingdom Storage Market Analysis and Outlook to 2020- Drivers, Challenges, Infrastructure, Supply- demand and competitive landscape
United Kingdom oil and gas storage industry research work from OGAnalysis is a compulsory report for all analysts involved in the oil storage sector. It provides all the key trends and analyzes the drivers and restraints of investing and operating in the market. All operational and planned oil, oil products, chemicals and underground gas storage terminals in the country are covered. Further, supply and demand forecasts of oil and gas to 2020 are included in the report.
The report also provides company wise and terminal wise outlook to 2018. Key strategies and operations of each of the major storage companies in the country are analyzed in detail. It identifies key investment opportunities in United Kingdom storage market and also analyzes all the upcoming terminals in detail. It updates the major deals and events in the industry from 2011 to 2012.
Some of the Key issues addressed in the report include
- How will the United Kingdom storage sector emerge by 2018?
- Who are the leading storage operators and what are their strategies for near term future?
- What will be the country's oil and gas storage capacity be by 2018 and what are the annual changes?
- How will the supply and demand situation change annually to 2020?
- How much capital investment will go into the industry on planned terminals?
- What are the key investment and business expansion opportunities available in the sector?
- Where does the market stand in regional and global front?
- Current status and feasibility of planned storage terminals
- Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats of three leading storage operators
Oil/Petroleum Products/chemicals/underground gas storage Capacity forecasts
Comparison to Regional and Global storage Markets
Market Drivers, Trends, Outlook and Challenges of operating in United Kingdom storage industry
Details of All operational and planned oil and gas storage facilities including storage capacity, working gas capacity, location, operator, owners and start date
Crude oil and Natural gas Supply and Demand forecast from 2000 to 2020
Planned investment details and current status of all planned facilities
Storage operator business and operational strategies of companies in United Kingdom
SWOT, Financial and Business overview of storage operators
Reasons To Purchase
Make strategic and financial decisions based on industry trends and capital expenditure forecasts
Identify key business opportunities through detailed information on upcoming oil and gas assets and forecasted capacity information
Develop a clear and complete understanding of the industry through asset by asset historic and forecasted information
Detailed Market Shares, company wise capacities and information on nature of industry allows you to easily beat your competition
Identify the success strategies and financial status of key companies operating in the industry along with their strengths and weaknesses
Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
2 Executive Summary
2.1 United Kingdom Hydrocarbon Profile
2.2 Demographic and Economic Analysis
2.3 Regulatory and Ministry
3 Role of United Kingdom storage market in regional and global front
3.1 Oil, Products and Chemicals storage Market Snapshot, 2000- 2012-2018
3.2 Underground gas storage Market Snapshot, 2013
3.3 Contribution to Region and Global Oil Storage Capacity, 2012
3.4 Contribution to Region and Global Gas Storage Capacity, 2012
4 Drivers and Restraints of Investing/ Operating in United Kingdom storage Sector
4.1 Key Driving Forces
5 United Kingdom oil, products and gas supply- demand outlook to 2020
5.1 United Kingdom crude oil production outlook, 2000- 2020
5.2 United Kingdom petroleum products production Outlook, 2000- 2020
5.3 United Kingdom natural gas production outlook, 2000- 2020
5.4 United Kingdom crude oil demand outlook, 2000- 2020
5.5 United Kingdom petroleum products demand Outlook, 2000- 2020
5.6 United Kingdom natural gas demand outlook, 2000- 2020
6 United Kingdom Storage Infrastructure Analysis
6.1 Oil storage Terminals- Location, Operator, Ownership, Start Up, Tanks, Capacity Details
6.2 Oil Storage Terminals- Capacity Outlook, 2000- 2018
6.3 UGS Terminals- Working Gas Capacity, Base Gas Capacity, Withdrawal Rate
6.4 UGS Terminals- Location, Type, Operator, Ownership Information
7 United Kingdom Storage Industry- Future Developments and Investment Opportunities
7.1 Capital Investment Details of Major Upcoming Terminals, 2013-2018
7.2 Location, Operator, Ownership, Start Up, Tank Details of Planned Terminals in United Kingdom
7.3 Storage Capacities of Major Upcoming Terminals
8 Business Strategies of Oil and Gas Storage Operators
8.1 United Kingdom Oil Storage Market Structure, 2012
8.2 United Kingdom Gas Storage Market Structure, 2012
8.3 Company wise Oil Storage Capacity, 2000-2018
8.4 Business Strategies of Major Storage Companies in United Kingdom
9 Analysis of Company A Oil and Gas Operations
9.1 Key Snapshot
9.2 Business Operations
9.3 SWOT Analysis
9.4 Financial Analysis
10 Analysis of Company B Oil and Gas Operations
10.1 Key Snapshot
10.2 Business Operations
10.3 SWOT Analysis
10.4 Financial Analysis
11 Analysis of Company C Oil and Gas Operations
11.1 Key Snapshot
11.2 Business Operations
11.3 SWOT Analysis
11.4 Financial Analysis
12 Latest Development and their Impact on United Kingdom Storage Market
13.1 About OGAnalysis
13.3 Sources and Research Methodology
13.4 Contact Information
List Of Tables
Table 1: United Kingdom Oil/Products/Chemicals Storage Snapshots- 2000, 2012, 2018
Table 2: United Kingdom Underground Gas Storage Snapshot, 2013
Table 3: United Kingdom Crude oil Production Forecast, 2000- 2020
Table 4: United Kingdom Petroleum Products Production Forecast, 2000- 2020
Table 5: United Kingdom Natural Gas Production Forecast, 2000- 2020
Table 6: United Kingdom Crude oil Demand Forecast, 2000- 2020
Table 7: United Kingdom Petroleum Products Demand Forecast, 2000- 2020
Table 8: United Kingdom Natural Gas Demand Forecast, 2000- 2020
Table 9: United Kingdom Oil, products, chemicals Storage Terminal Details, 2013
Table 10: United Kingdom Oil Storage Capacity Outlook by Terminal, 2000- 2018
Table 11: United Kingdom Gas Storage Capacity Details by Terminal, 2013
Table 12: United Kingdom Gas Storage Terminal Details, 2013
Table 13: United Kingdom Planned Storage Terminals- Capex Information by Terminal, 2013- 2018
Table 14: United Kingdom Planned Terminals- Key Details
Table 15: United Kingdom Planned Terminals- Capacity Details
Table 16: United Kingdom Oil Storage Capacity by Company, 2000- 2018
Table 17: Oil and Gas Overview
Table 18: Financial Statements and Ratios, 2011
Table 19: Oil and Gas Overview
Table 20: Financial Statements and Ratios, 2011
Table 21: Oil and Gas Overview
Table 22: Financial Statements and Ratios, 2011
List of Figures
Figure 1: United Kingdom Oil Storage Capacity Comparison to Region, World Storage Capacity, 2012
Figure 2: United Kingdom Gas Storage Capacity Comparison to Region, World Storage Capacity, 2012
Figure 3: United Kingdom Crude oil Production Forecast, 2000- 2020
Figure 4: United Kingdom Petroleum Products Production Forecast, 2000- 2020
Figure 5: United Kingdom Natural Gas Production Forecast, 2000- 2020
Figure 6: United Kingdom Crude oil Demand Forecast, 2000- 2020
Figure 7: United Kingdom Petroleum Products Demand Forecast, 2000- 2020
Figure 8: United Kingdom Natural Gas Demand Forecast, 2000- 2020
Figure 9: United Kingdom Oil Storage Industry- Market Structure, 2012
Figure 10: United Kingdom Gas Storage Industry- Market Structure, 2012
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