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Global gas markets long-term supply outlook - Central Asia - H1 2015

Global gas markets long-term supply outlook - Central Asia - H1 2015

Report summary

We forecast that export volumes from Central Asia will grow from 62 bcm in 2014 to 98 bcm by 2020. Exports to China through an expanded Trans-Asia pipeline are the primary driver for growth.

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  • Executive summary
  • Supply
    • Turkmenistan
      • South Iolotan development provides the basis for a significant production increase
    • Kazakhstan
      • Output dominated by associated gas production
    • Uzbekistan
      • Foreign investment required to sustain production
  • Demand
    • Domestic gasification facilitates gas demand growth in Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan, but government policy will cause a marginal decline in Uzbekistan
  • Infrastructure
    • Pipe
    • LNG
  • Supply-demand balances
    • Export potential
      • Excess export capacity due to underutilise pipelines to Russia
  • Contracts
    • To Russia
    • To China
    • To Iran
  • Trade
    • Strategy
    • Market access
      • Trans-Asia pipeline has opened a new export frontier
    • Recent Trends
      • China exports consistently exceed those to Russia, exports to Iran have shown instability
    • Outlook
    • Medium term
      • Fall in exports to Russia will be offset by growth to China
    • Long term
      • Exports to China reach 69 bcm by the late 2020s as flows to Russia dwindle
  • Risks and uncertainties

In this report there are 14 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
    • Map - key domestic and export infrastructure
  • Supply
    • Indigenous production potential
  • Demand
    • Domestic demand by country
  • Infrastructure
    • Export capacity
    • Existing Export Pipelines
    • Pipelines Under Construction
    • Proposed Pipelines
  • Supply-demand balances
    • Available export volumes vs available export capacity
  • Contracts
    • Contracted exports vs export potential
  • Trade
    • Exports to Russia
    • Exports to China
    • Exports to Iran
    • Export outlook v export potential
    • Export supply mix
  • Risks and uncertainties
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