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  • Asset report

    Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline

    • 18 August 2017

    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

    Planned Onshore Parameters Product: Gas Length: 1 200 kilometres Diameter: 30 inches Nominal Capacity: 1 200 mmcfd Terminal: Grande Prairie Timetable Expected Start Up: 2026 Peak Throughput: Operator Owners % Imperial Oil Imperial Oil 34.17 APG 33.30 ConocoPhillips 16.00 Shell 11.20 ExxonMobil 5.33 Source: Wood Mackenzie Throughput figures above include only the three anchor fields: Taglu Parsons Lake and Niglintgak. Economic analysis includes throughput from additional fields.

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      Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline

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  • 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

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      Upstream carbon emissions: LNG vs pipeline gas

      PDF 339.83 KB

  • 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

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

      PDF 366.57 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

    Commissioned Onshore Parameters Product: Gas Length: 803 kilometres Diameter: 40 inches Nominal Capacity: 1 100 mmcfd Terminal: Muse Timetable Development Initiated: Oct 2009 Production Started: Jul 2013 Peak Throughput: Kyauk Phyu to China border (Gas) (475 mmcfd) 2015 Operator Owners % CNPC CNPC 50.90 Daewoo International 25.04 ONGC 8.35 MOGE 7.37 GAIL 4.17 Private Investors 4.17 Equity Users Current Third Party Users Mya North Shwe Future Third Party Users Mya South Shwe Phyu Potential Users Financial Summary Kyauk Phyu to China border (Gas) Capital costs (2018 terms) US$2 209M Operating costs 2015 (2018 terms) US$64M Remaining PV (10.0% nominal) US$3 149M Rate of return 13.6% Source: Wood Mackenzie

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      Myanmar to China onshore gas pipeline

      PDF 7.70 MB

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      Myanmar to China onshore gas pipeline

      XLS 291.00 KB

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      Myanmar to China onshore gas pipeline

      ZIP 7.93 MB

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