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The global oil and gas storage industry is expected to experience growth in the coming future although the same cannot be said for all the markets worldwide. The current important trend in the oil and gas storage market is that as a result of increased logistics activity in the oil and gas sector due to increasing international and domestic trades, the demand for oil and gas storage capacity is witnessing a rise at the major global supply hubs. The trend is expected to continue, with the major terminal operators worldwide as the key beneficiaries. However, the supply chain operators which are relatively having less proximity from the main storage hubs are not expected to benefit substantially from the current scenario.

The global oil storage industry has seen strong growth due to the increase in oil prices over the last decade. However, oil prices have witnessed a sharp dip due to the global economic crisis. The decline in profit margins due to decreasing oil prices and highly inflated asset values will affect future storage dynamics. The existing storage terminal operators are already experiencing a severe reduction in fresh investments in the market. Regional tax policies are also likely to affect any storage investments. Therefore, new entrants into the storage industry will face tough market conditions due to low profit margins.

The rise in oil demand due to economic growth in South East Asia is likely to propel storage industry growth in the region. The lack of robust storage infrastructure in large oil consuming countries such as China is driving the oil storage industry in the region. China is one of the largest oil consumers in the world and in order to secure its future oil needs the country is increasing its crude oil storage capacity. China is building huge storage facilities to increase its oil reserve capacity and aims to set up reserves capable of meeting 90 to 100 days of domestic crude oil consumption.

Aruvians Rsearch analyzes the Oil & Gas Storage Industry in its research report Analyzing the Global Oil & Gas Storage Industry. The report analyzes the global gas storage industry and the global oil storage industry in two different sections. For the global gas storage industry we analyze the industry statistics, analysis of the key regions including Europe, North America and Others, as well as an cost analysis of gas storage. Impacts on the global gas storage industry such as growth drivers, market barriers and industry trends are also analyzed.

Analysis of the global oil storage industry includes an overview of industry statistics, an analysis of the key regions and markets as well as planned and upcoming industry expansions. Impacts on the global oil storage industry such as market barriers, industry growth drivers and industry trends are also analyzed.

We include an analysis of more than 30 major players in the industry such as China National Petroleum Corporation, Compania Logistica de Hidrocarburos CLH S.A, Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC), KazTransGaz, and many others.

A. Executive Summary

B. Global Gas Storage IndustryB.1 OverviewB.2 Analysis of Key MarketsB.2.1 EuropeB.2.1.1 Industry StatisticsB.2.1.2 Competitive LandscapeB.2.1.3 Industry TrendsB.2.2 North AmericaB.2.2.1 Industry StatisticsB.2.2.2 Competitive LandscapeB.2.2.3 Industry TrendsB.2.3 Other RegionsB.2.3.1 Industry StatisticsB.2.3.2 Competitive LandscapeB.2.3.3 Industry TrendsB.3 Cost Analysis of Gas Storage

C. Impacts on the Global Gas Storage Industry

C.1 Factors Driving Growth

C.2 Industry Challenges

C.3 Industry Trends

D. Global Oil Storage IndustryD.1 OverviewD.2 Analysis of Key MarketsD.3 Regional Market AnalysisD.3.1 Asia PacificD.3.1.1 Industry StatisticsD.3.1.2 Competitive LandscapeD.3.1.3 Industry TrendsD.3.2 Middle East & AfricaD.3.2.1 Industry StatisticsD.3.2.2 Competitive LandscapeD.3.2.3 Industry TrendsD.3.3 EuropeD.3.3.1 Industry StatisticsD.3.3.2 Competitive LandscapeD.3.3.3 Industry TrendsD.3.4 North AmericaD.3.4.1 Industry StatisticsD.3.4.2 Competitive LandscapeD.3.4.3 Industry TrendsD.3.5 South AmericaD.3.5.1 Industry StatisticsD.3.5.2 Competitive LandscapeD.3.5.3 Industry TrendsD.4 Industry Expansions

E. Impacts on the Global Oil Storage Industry

E.1 Factors Driving Growth

E.2 Industry Challenges

E.3 Industry Trends

F. Major Industry PlayersF.1 China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)F.1.1 Corporate ProfileF.1.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.1.3 SWOT AnalysisF.2 China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec)F.2.1 Corporate ProfileF.2.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.2.3 SWOT AnalysisF.3 Dominion Resources, IncF.3.1 Corporate ProfileF.3.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.3.3 SWOT AnalysisF.4 GazpromF.4.1 Corporate ProfileF.4.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.4.3 SWOT AnalysisF.5 Kinder Morgan Energy PartnersF.5.1 Corporate ProfileF.5.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.5.3 SWOT AnalysisF.6 Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC)F.6.1 Corporate ProfileF.6.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.6.3 SWOT AnalysisF.7 Kuwait Oil CompanyF.7.1 Corporate ProfileF.7.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.7.3 SWOT AnalysisF.8 Magellan Midstream PartnersF.8.1 Corporate ProfileF.8.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.8.3 SWOT AnalysisF.9 NuStar Energy L.P.F.9.1 Corporate ProfileF.9.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.9.3 SWOT AnalysisF.10 PetroChina Company Ltd.F.10.1 Corporate ProfileF.10.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.10.3 SWOT AnalysisF.11 PT PertaminaF.11.1 Corporate ProfileF.11.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.11.3 SWOT AnalysisF.12 Repsol YPF, SAF.12.1 Corporate ProfileF.12.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.12.3 SWOT AnalysisF.13 Royal VopakF.13.1 Corporate ProfileF.13.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.13.3 SWOT AnalysisF.14 Saudi Arabian Oil CompanyF.14.1 Corporate ProfileF.14.2 Business Segment AnalysisF.14.3 SWOT AnalysisF.15 Compania Logistica de Hidrocarburos CLH S.AF.16 E.ON Gas Storage GmbHF.17 Eilat Ashkelon Pipeline Company LtdF.18 Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC)F.19 KazTransGazF.20 Niska Gas Storage Canada ULCF.21 NiSource Gas Transmission and StorageF.22 Northern Illinois Gas Company (Nicor Gas)F.23 Oiltanking GmbHF.24 Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC)F.25 SonatrachF.26 State Oil Company of AzerbaijanF.27 Stogit S.p.AF.28 TanQuidF.29 TruenergyF.30 UkrtransgasF.31 UzbekneftegazF.32 Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Company

G. Glossary of Terms

List of Figures

Figure 1: Share of Gas Storage by Country in Europe (%), 2012

Figure 2: Market Share Analysis of the Gas Storage Market in Europe (%), 2012

Figure 3: Gas Storage Capacity in North America by Countries (%), 2012

Figure 4: Market Share Analysis of the Gas Storage Market in North America (%), 2012

Figure 5: Share of Gas Storage by Country in Other Regions (%), 2012

Figure 6: Market Share Analysis of the Gas Storage Market in Other Regions (%), 2012

Figure 7: Global Oil Storage Industry by Liquid Type Stored, 2002-2017

Figure 8: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in Leading 5 Markets, 2002-2017

Figure 9: Crude Oil Storage Capacity of Leading 5 Markets by Percentage of AAGR, 2012-2017

Figure 10: Leading 5 Markets by Storage Capacity of Petroleum Products, 2002-2017

Figure 11: Storage Capacity of Petroleum Products of Leading 5 Markets by Percentage of AAGR, 2012-2017

Figure 12: Leading 5 Markets by Storage Capacity of Chemicals, 2002-2017

Figure 13: Storage Capacity of Chemicals of Leading 5 Markets by Percentage of AAGR, 2012-2017

Figure 14: Oil Storage Capacity in Asia Pacific by Countries (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 15: Storage Capacity Growth in Asia Pacific, by Countries (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 16: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Crude Oil Storage in Asia Pacific (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 17: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Petroleum Products Storage in Asia Pacific (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 18: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Chemical Storage in Asia Pacific (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 19: Market Share Analysis of the Asia Pacific Oil Storage Market (%), 2012

Figure 20: Storage Capacity of the MEA Oil Storage Industry (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 21: Storage Growth for Crude Oil Storage in Middle East & Africa (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 22: Storage Growth for Petroleum Products Storage in Middle East & Africa (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 23: Storage Growth for Chemical Storage in Middle East & Africa (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 24: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Crude Oil Storage in MEA (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 25: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Petroleum Products Storage in MEA (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 26: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Chemical Storage in MEA (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 27: Market Share Analysis of the MEA Oil Storage Market (%), 2012

Figure 28: Oil Storage Capacity in Europe by Countries (in Mm3), 2002-2017

Figure 29: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Crude Oil Storage in Europe (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 30: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Petroleum Products Storage in Europe (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 31: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Chemical Storage in Europe (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 32: Market Share Analysis of the Europe Oil Storage Market (%), 2012

Figure 33: Storage Capacity Growth in North America, by Countries (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 34: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Crude Oil Storage in North America (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 35: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Petroleum Products Storage in North America (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 36: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Chemical Storage in North America (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 37: Total Oil Storage Capacity Growth in North America by Country (in m3), 2013-2017

Figure 38: Storage Capacity by Markets in North America (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 39: Market Share Analysis of the North American Oil Storage Market (%), 2012

Figure 40: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Crude Oil Storage in South & Central America (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 41: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Petroleum Products Storage in South & Central America (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 42: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Chemical Storage in South & Central America (in m3), 2002-2017

Figure 43: Market Share Analysis of the South & Central America Oil Storage Market (%), 2012

Figure 44: Global Oil Storage Capacity by Region (%), 2002-2017

List of Tables

Table 1: Gas Storage Industry in Europe, 2012

Table 2: Storage Capacity of Underground Working Gas by Countries in Europe (MMcf), 2012

Table 3: Depleted Oil & Gas Reservoirs in Europe, 2012

Table 4: Salt Caverns in Europe, 2012

Table 5: Aquifers in Europe, 2012

Table 6: Gas Storage Projects in Europe up to 2015

Table 7: Working Gas Capacity of Major Players in European Gas Storage Industry (bcf), 2012

Table 8: Gas Storage Industry in North America, 2012

Table 9: Working Gas Capacity in North America by Countries (MMcf), 2012

Table 10: Depleted Oil & Gas Reservoirs in North America, 2012

Table 11: Salt Caverns in North America, 2012

Table 12: Aquifers in North America, 2012

Table 13: Gas Storage Projects in North America up to 2015

Table 14: Working Gas Capacity of Major Players in North American Gas Storage Industry (MMcf), 2012

Table 15: Gas Storage Industry in Other Regions, 2012

Table 16: Working Gas Capacity by Countries in Other Regions (in bcf), 2012

Table 17: Depleted Oil & Gas Reservoirs in Other Regions, 2012

Table 18: Salt Caverns in Other Regions, 2012

Table 19: Aquifers in Other Regions, 2012

Table 20: Gas Storage Projects in Other Regions up to 2015

Table 21: Market Share Analysis of the Gas Storage Market in Other Regions, 2012

Table 22: Global Oil Storage Industry by Liquid Type Stored, 2002-2017

Table 23: Crude Oil Storage Capacity in Leading 5 Markets, 2002-2017

Table 24: Crude Oil Storage Capacity of Leading 5 Markets by Percentage of AAGR, 2012-2017

Table 25: Leading 5 Markets by Storage Capacity of Petroleum Products, 2002-2017

Table 26: Storage Capacity of Petroleum Products of Leading 5 Markets by Percentage of AAGR, 2012-2017

Table 27: Storage Capacity of the Global Oil Storage Industry by Region, 2002-2017

Table 28: Oil Storage Industry in Asia Pacific, 2012

Table 29: Country-wise Capacity of Oil Storage in Asia Pacific (%), 2002-2017

Table 30: Oil Storage Projects in Asia Pacific up to 2015

Table 31: Total Oil Storage Capacity Growth in Asia Pacific by Country (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 32: Storage Capacity of Major Players in Asia Pacific Oil Storage Market (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 33: Oil Storage Capacity in MEA by Countries (in m3), 2012-2017

Table 34: Storage Capacity of the MEA Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 35: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Petroleum Products Storage in Middle East & Africa (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 36: Storage Growth for Chemical Storage in Middle East & Africa (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 37: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Crude Oil Storage in MEA (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 38: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Petroleum Products Storage in MEA (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 39: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Chemical Storage in MEA (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 40: Oil Storage Projects in Middle East & Africa up to 2015

Table 41: Total Oil Storage Capacity Growth in MEA by Country (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 42: Storage Capacity of Major Players in MEA Oil Storage Market (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 43: Oil Storage Industry in Europe, 2012

Table 44: Oil Storage Capacity in Europe by Country (Mm3), 2002-2017

Table 45: Oil Storage Projects in Europe up to 2015

Table 46: Total Oil Storage Capacity Growth in Europe by Country (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 47: Storage Capacities of Major Companies in Europe (m3), 2013-2017

Table 48: Oil Storage Industry in North America, 2012

Table 49: Canada & US Contribution to the North American Oil Storage Capacity (%), 2002-2017

Table 50: Total Oil Storage Capacity Growth in North America by Country (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 51: Oil Storage Projects in North America up to 2015

Table 52: Storage Capacity by Markets in North America (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 53: Storage Capacity of Major Players in North America Oil Storage Market (in Mm3), 2013-2017

Table 54: Oil Storage Industry in South America, 2012

Table 55: Contribution of Key Markets to South & Central American Storage Capacity (%), 2002-2015

Table 56: Growth Rate of the South & Central American Oil Storage Industry (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 57: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Crude Oil Storage in South & Central America (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 58: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Petroleum Products Storage in South & Central America (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 59: Storage Growth in Top Markets for Chemical Storage in South & Central America (in MMm3), 2002-2017

Table 60: Upcoming/Planned Oil Storage Projects in South & Central America, 2013-2017

Table 61: Increase in Crude Oil Storage Capacity in South & Central America by Key Markets (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 62: Increase in Petroleum Products Storage Capacity in South & Central America by Key Markets (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 63: Increase in Chemical Storage Capacity in South & Central America by Key Markets (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 64: Storage Capacity of Major Players in South & Central America Oil Storage Market (in m3), 2013-2017

Table 65: Storage of Crude Oil & Chemicals and Increase in Capacity by Region (Mm3), 2013-2017

Table 66: Capacity Increase in Storage Terminals off Crude Oil, Petroleum Products & Chemicals in Asia Pacific (in Mm3), up to 2015

Table 67: Increase in Oil Storage Capacity in Europe (in Mm3), up to 2015

Table 68: Increase in Oil Storage Capacity in Middle East & Africa (in Mm3) up to 2015

Table 69: Increase in Oil Storage Capacity in North America (in Mm3) up to 2015

Table 70: Increase in Oil Storage Capacity in South America (in Mm3), up to 2015

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