Search midstream oil & gas reports

Explore insight that spans from well head to end product, including data by asset, country and region.

Featured reports

Discover the insight you need to make better strategic decisions.

  • Insight

    On knife's edge: Fate of Canadian oil pipelines hangs in the balance

    • 24 August 2017

    This insight provides a full-scale background and update on Keystone XL, Trans Mountain Expansion, and Line 3 Replacement.

    $1,350.00

    Summary

    Our North American Crude Markets Service (NACMS) includes analysis of various supply nodes and forecast takeaway capacities for various regions. The scope of this insight surrounds future West Canadian takeaway capacity. Specifically, it seeks to provide a full-scale background and update on three crucial midstream projects: Keystone XL, Trans Mountain Expansion, and Line 3 Replacement. As 2017 draws to a close and West Canadian production is forecast to grow, all three pipelines have essential regulatory and commercial milestones to reach before they are fully approved and ready to commence construction and operations.

    What's included

    • Document

      On knife's edge: Fate of Canadian oil pipelines hangs in the balance

      PDF 366.57 KB

  • Insight

    Upstream carbon emissions: LNG vs pipeline gas

    • 24 April 2017

    Liquefaction of natural gas is a carbon intensive process but is not often compared on an apples-to-apples basis with pipeline gas projects.

    $950.00

    Summary

    While the process of piping natural gas to market is relatively simple, the LNG value chain is far more complex and involves carbon emissions along the chain prior to final combustion. As a result of the relatively high energy – and consequently carbon – intensity associated with liquefaction of natural gas and the requirement for any contaminating CO 2 to be removed from the feedstock gas before the liquefaction process, the levels of emissions from LNG projects can be significant. In fact a typical LNG project ranks comparably with Canadian oil sands, which are often considered to be the most carbon-intensive upstream projects. However, directly comparing LNG and pipeline gas may not be entirely fair, as contaminating CO 2 is typically left in the gas stream in pipeline projects and the CO 2 is then emitted when natural gas is burnt in the consuming market, where it is no longer counted as an upstream emission.

    What's included

    • Document

      Upstream carbon emissions: LNG vs pipeline gas

      PDF 339.83 KB

  • Asset report

    Myanmar to China onshore gas pipeline

    • 01 July 2017

    The Myanmar to China pipeline is part of an integrated infrastructure project that will route oil and gas to China southwestern provinces.

    $1,250.00

    Summary

    The Myanmar to China onshore gas pipeline is part of an integrated infrastructure project that will enable China to route oil and gas supplies to its southwestern provinces. The gas supply is underpinned by the Daewoo-operated Shwe upstream project, off the Rakhine coast. A new CNPC subsidiary, Southeast Asia Pipeline Company, was set up within Myanmar to build and operate the pipeline. China National United Oil Corporation (CNUOC) will take delivery of the gas at Kyauk Phyu.

    What's included

    • Document

      Myanmar to China onshore gas pipeline

      PDF 7.70 MB

    • Document

      Myanmar to China onshore gas pipeline

      XLS 291.00 KB

    • Document

      Myanmar to China onshore gas pipeline

      ZIP 7.93 MB

  • Asset report

    Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline

    • 04 January 2018

    The Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline project is owned by ExxonMobil (5.33%), Shell (11.2%), ConocoPhillips (16.0%), APG (33.3%), and the ...

    $1,250.00

    Summary

    The Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline project is owned by ExxonMobil (5.33%), Shell (11.2%), ConocoPhillips (16.0%), APG (33.3%), and the project operator Imperial Oil (34.17%). The pipeline would act as a gathering system to take the 6 tcf of natural gas from Niglintgak, Taglu and Parsons Lake to a compression facility near Inuvik. However, the recent developments in shale gas have made the Mackenzie Valley pipeline project uneconomic to develop at this time. As a result Wood Mackenzie no ...

    What's included

    • Document

      Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline

      PDF 1.04 MB

    • Document

      Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline

      XLS 49.00 KB

    • Document

      Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline

      ZIP 1.04 MB

We have midstream oil and gas covered