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全球陸上管線市場

World Onshore Pipelines Market Forecast 2018-2022

出版商 Douglas-Westwood 商品編碼 133442
出版日期 內容資訊 英文
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全球陸上管線市場 World Onshore Pipelines Market Forecast 2018-2022
出版日期: 2017年11月30日 內容資訊: 英文
簡介

今後5年的全球陸上管線的設備建造花費的整體費用Capex 與過去5年比較,預計微增5%達到2,030億美元,設置距離27萬6,000公里以上的管線。另一方面,設備運作後的駕駛、保養維修有關的費用的Opex,預計與過去5年比較增加14%成為1,320億美元。

本報告提供全球陸上管線市場相關調查,各地區的預測,市場主要促進要素,供應鏈,主要計劃,成本分析及技術檢討等彙整資料。

目錄

第1章 摘要&結論

第2章 宏促進要素

  • 石油的需求:短期預測
  • 石油的供給:短期預測
  • 天然氣的供需:短期預測
  • 統一的石油、天然氣價格:短期預測
  • 課題

第3章 技術檢討

  • 計劃流程
  • FEED:概要
  • FEED:途徑選擇
  • 限制&替代運輸手段

第4章 供應鏈

  • Capex的供應鏈
  • 管線建築承包商
  • OPEX的供應鏈
  • 主要承包商

第5章 市場展望

  • Capex的調查手法
  • Opex的調查手法、限制
  • 全球市場:Capex/Opex的展望、主要趨勢
  • 非洲:Capex/Opex的展望、主要趨勢
  • 亞洲:Capex/Opex的展望、主要趨勢
  • 澳大拉西亞:Capex/Opex的展望、主要趨勢
  • 東歐&FSU(舊蘇聯):Capex/Opex的展望、主要趨勢
  • 南美:Capex/Opex的展望、主要趨勢
  • 中東:Capex/Opex的展望、主要趨勢
  • 北美:Capex/Opex的展望、主要趨勢
  • 西歐:Capex/Opex的展望、主要趨勢

第6章 主要計劃概要

  • 非洲:主要管線
  • 亞洲:主要管線
  • 澳大拉西亞:主要管線
  • 東歐&FSU(舊蘇聯):主要管線
  • 南美:主要管線
  • 中東:主要管線
  • 北美:主要管線
  • 西歐:主要管線

第7章 附錄

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目錄

Onshore Pipelines Market to See Continued Recovery in Overall Expenditure

The global onshore pipelines market is forecast to see a continued growth in overall spend from 2017 to 2022 at a compound rate of 1.4%. Overall, over the next five years, this represents a 15% growth in total spend versus the previous five-year period, as forecast in the latest edition of the World Onshore Pipelines Market Forecast by Westwood Global Energy (Westwood).

The report includes regional capital and operational expenditure forecasts, including examples of key countries and projects driving installation activity and expenditure within each region. Westwood expects the market to see a near-term increase in installation activity, with the total number of additional kilometres installed forecast to rise by 13% in 2018, supported predominantly by projects sanctioned prior to the downturn. The nature of the market, with long-lead times for many projects, does mean that the lack of new project-sanctioning activity in recent years will result in a slight decline in km installed and spend following the 2018 peak. However, overall forecast Capex for the 2018-2022 period will still represent a 13% increase compared with the preceding five-year period.

For capital expenditure, regional market forecasts are provided for line pipe, right of way, fittings, stations, and construction, while operational expenditure is split in terms of operations-related expenditure, integrity management, technical & land management support, and stations. The report also provides a technical review of the project process from pre-FEED and FEED through to engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) and operations and maintenance. It is therefore an essential tool for equipment manufacturers, onshore construction companies, steel mills, and pipeline operators, as well as government agencies and financial institutions requiring comprehensive, up-to-date insight into the market.

An increasing population of ageing pipelines, in addition to stringent regulations governing essential repairs and maintenance works (particularly in regions such as North America and Western Europe) will continue to act as stable long-term drivers for operational expenditure, with spend over the 2018-2022 period expected to increase by 17%, relative to the 2013-2017 period.

  • North America has historically dominated installation activity, and will continue to do so over the forecast period, albeit with a reduced share of 34%, compared with 44% over the 2013-2017 period.
  • While installation activity for both medium (24-41 inch) and large (>41 inch) diameter pipelines is expected to decline over the next five years, Capex allocated to small (<24 inch) pipelines is forecast to rise by 21% over 2018-2022.
  • Africa is expected to see the strongest growth in terms of total forecast capital expenditure for the next five years, when compared to the 2013-2017 period. Total expenditure in the region for 2018-2022 is forecast to rise by 84%, relative to the preceding five years.
  • Global pipelines Opex is forecast to rise steadily at a 3.5% CAGR over the next five years driven by an increase in the installed base of infrastructure and the need to maintain aging networks, particularly in Western Europe and North America.

Major projects underway include the 8,372km Xin-Zhe-Yue synthetic gas pipeline in China and the 4,000km Power of Siberia I pipeline from Russia to China. North America will remain the largest contributor to the market, with projects such as the 1,659km Line 3 Replacement Project are expected to support capital expenditure within the region over the forecast. Moreover, large projects such as the 1,400km Hoima to Tanga crude oil pipeline will contribute to relatively high installation activity in the African market, compared to the preceding five years.

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