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Americas Oil & Gas Pipelines Outlook - Increase in Oil Shale and Oil Sands Production to Drive Pipeline Infrastructure Growth in the Region

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Americas Oil & Gas Pipelines Outlook - Increase in Oil Shale and Oil Sands Production to Drive Pipeline Infrastructure Growth in the Region
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Americas Oil & Gas Pipelines Outlook - Increase in Oil Shale and Oil Sands Production to Drive Pipeline Infrastructure Growth in the Region

Summary

"Americas Oil & Gas Pipelines Outlook - Increase in Oil Shale and Oil Sands Production to Drive Pipeline Infrastructure Growth in the Region" is the latest report from GlobalData, the oil and gas industry analysis specialist, to examine the oil and gas pipeline industry in Americas. For the purpose of this report, the Americas region is considered to include the US, Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Bolivia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, Chile, Cuba, Guatemala, Uruguay, Panama and Suriname. The report provides an overview of the Americas oil and gas pipeline industry, along with details of the active and planned crude oil, natural gas, petroleum product and Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) pipelines. The report is developed using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, and in-house analysis by GlobalData's team of industry experts.

Scope

The report provides information and analysis on the oil and gas pipelines industry in the Americas, comprising -
- An overview of, and key drivers and issues for, the oil and gas pipeline industry in the Americas
- Analysis of the pipeline industry in the US, Canada, Argentina and other countries in the Americas by pipeline type
- Updates on the major active and planned oil, natural gas, petroleum product and NGL pipelines in the Americas
- Benchmarking of the key pipeline operators in the Americas for both active and planned pipelines

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capabilities. It will allow you to -
- Access the most up-to-date information available on major active and planned oil and gas pipelines in the Americas
- Identify opportunities in the Americas oil and gas pipeline industry
- Facilitate decision making on the basis of the most recent information on oil and gas pipelines
- Assess your competitor's pipelines and their capacity
1 Table of Contents
2 Introduction 8
2.1 Report Guidance 8
3 Overview 9
3.1 Key Trends and Issues 11

4 Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US 13
4.1 Key Active and Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 14
4.2 Key Active and Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 19
4.3 Key Active and Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 22
4.4 Key Active and Planned Natural Gas Liquids Pipelines 26
5 Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada 31
5.1 Key Active and Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 31
5.2 Key Active and Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 36
5.3 Key Active and Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 38
5.4 Key Active and Planned Natural Gas Liquids Pipelines 42
6 Oil and Gas Pipelines, Argentina 45

6.1 Key Active and Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 46
6.2 Key Active and Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 47
6.3 Key Active and Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 48
7 Oil and Gas Pipelines, Americas, Other Countries 51
7.1 Key Active and Planned Crude Oil Pipelines 52
7.2 Key Active and Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines 53
7.3 Key Active and Planned Natural Gas Pipelines 56
8 Oil and Gas Industry, Americas, Benchmarking 60
8.1 Key Operators, Oil and Gas Pipeline Industry, Americas 60

8.2 Key Planned Oil and Gas Pipeline Projects 62
9 Appendix 65
9.1 Definitions 65
9.2 Abbreviations 65
9.3 Sources 67
9.4 Research Methodology 68
9.4.1 Coverage 68
9.4.2 Secondary Research 68
9.5 Disclaimer 69

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Key Active Oil Pipelines, 2013 15
Table 2: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Key Planned Oil Pipelines, 2014-2020 17
Table 3: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Key Active Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013 19
Table 4: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Key Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2014-2020 21
Table 5: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Key Active Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 23
Table 6: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Key Planned Natural Gas Pipelines, 2014-2020 24
Table 7: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Key Active Natural Gas Liquids Pipelines, 2013 27
Table 8: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Key Planned Natural Gas Liquids Pipelines, 2014-2020 29
Table 9: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada, Key Active Oil Pipelines, 2013 32
Table 10: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada, Key Planned Oil Pipelines, 2014-2020 34
Table 11: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada, Key Active Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013 36

Table 12: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada, Key Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2014-2020 37
Table 13: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada, Key Active Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 39
Table 14: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada, Key Planned Natural Gas Pipelines, 2014-2020 41
Table 15: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada, Key Active Natural Gas Liquids Pipelines, 2013 42
Table 16: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada, Key Planned Natural Gas Liquids Pipelines, 2014-2020 43
Table 17: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Argentina, Key Active Oil Pipelines, 2013 46
Table 18: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Argentina, Key Active Product Pipelines, 2013 47
Table 19: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Argentina, Key Active Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 49
Table 20: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Other Countries, Key Active Crude Oil Pipelines, 2013 52

Table 21: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Other Countries, Key Planned Crude Oil Pipelines, 2014-2020 53
Table 22: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Other Countries, Key Active Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2013 54
Table 23: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Other Countries, Key Planned Petroleum Product Pipelines, 2014-2020 55
Table 24: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Other Countries, Key Active Natural Gas Pipelines, 2013 56
Table 25: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Other Countries, Key Planned Natural Gas Pipelines, 2014-2020 58
Table 26: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Americas, Comparison of Key Planned Pipelines by Type, 2014-2020 63

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Americas, Length of Active Pipelines by Type (km), 2013 9
Figure 2: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Americas, Length of Planned Pipelines by Country (km), 2014-2020 10
Figure 3: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Length of Active Pipelines by Type (km), 2013 13
Figure 4: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Cochin Reversal Pipeline Route, 2013 18
Figure 5: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, US, Location Map of the Magellan Pipeline System, 2013 20
Figure 6: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Canada, Length of Active Pipelines (km), 2013 31
Figure 7: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Argentina, Length of Active Oil and Gas Pipelines (km), 2013 45
Figure 8: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Other Countries*, Length of Active Pipelines by Type (km), 2013 51
Figure 9: Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Americas, Length of Active Pipelines by Leading Operators (km), 2013 60
Figure 10: Kinder Morgan Inc., Americas, Pipeline Network, 2013 61

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