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Global gas markets long-term supply outlook - Southern Corridor - H1 2016

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Report summary

Azerbaijan Iran and the Kurdistan region of Iraq all have substantial gas reserves which could provide abundant alternative piped supplies along a new route commonly known as the Southern Corridor. With the completion of the Trans Anatolian Pipeline (TANAP) and Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) Azerbaijan is expected to open the Southern Corridor with first volumes to Turkey in 2019 and Italy in 2020.

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    Executive summary

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    Supply

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    Demand

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    Infrastructure

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    Supply-demand balances

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    Contracts

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    Costs

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    Trade

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    Risks and uncertainties

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Table of contents

  • Executive summary
    • Azerbaijan’s gas production set to grow steadily, underpinned by the Shah Deniz Phase Two development
    • Kurdistan’s Miran West and Bina Bawi in line for exports
    • Iranian gas production potential significant when sanctions are lifted
    • Gas demand will grow moderately in Azerbaijan, forcing oil out of the domestic market
    • Kurdistan domestic demand will grow as stability returns to Iraq but will remain small, in absolute terms
    • Iran’s domestic demand will become a priority and return to growth with the lifting of sanctions
      • Pipe Export
  • Contracts
  • Costs
    • Strategy
    • Recent Trends
      • Medium term
      • Long term
  • Risks and uncertainties

Tables and charts

This report includes 16 images and tables including:

Images

  • Map - key domestic and export infrastructure
  • Indigenous production potential*
  • Domestic demand by country
  • Export capacity
  • Contracted exports vs export potential
  • Delivery cost into Italy (2030)
  • Available export volumes vs available export capacity
  • Turkish gas imports
  • Export outlook v export potential
  • Export supply mix
  • Available export volumes vs available export capacity
  • Available export volumes vs available export capacity

Tables

  • Existing contracts
  • Future contracts
  • Existing pipelines
  • Planned pipelines

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