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Summary

Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure Outlook, 2012 is the
latest report from industry analysis specialists,
Company, which provides an outlook of the oil and
gas sector’s capital expenditure for 2012. The report
contains a detailed analysis of the current and future
capital expenditure of the various types of oil and gas
companies – national oil companies, integrated and
independent oil and gas companies. It also provides a
detailed analysis and information on the capital
expenditure across the entire oil and gas value chain
globally. Detailed information on oil and gas capital
expenditure across various regions – North America,
South and Central America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa is also provided. The report
also covers the planned oil and gas projects in upstream, refining, pipeline, liquefied natural
gas (LNG) and petrochemicals.

Scope

The report provides in-depth analysis and insights into the oil and gas sector’s capital
expenditure outlook for 2012. Its scope includes -
- Key findings and analysis of capital expenditure trend in the oil and gas sector
- Historic and forecast capital expenditure information from 2008 to 2012.
- Information and analysis of capital expenditure across all oil and gas segments – upstream,
midstream and downstream.
- Detailed information on the break-up of capital expenditure by region – North America,
Asia-Pacific, South and Central America, Africa and the Middle East, and Europe.
- Information on capital expenditure by company type – National Oil Companies, Integrated
and Independent companies.
- Information on major planned oil and gas projects in the upstream, refining, pipeline, LNG
and petrochemicals sectors.

Aarkstore's Point of View

- Grants a strong understanding of the oil and gas sector’s spending trends in 2012.
- Provides up-to-date information, and in-depth analysis of global oil and gas market capital
expenditure outlook 2012.
- Helps you to formulate your strategies based on in-depth analysis of your competitors’
capital expenditure data.
- Identify your position in the global oil and gas industry by understanding the major oil and
gas players in the industry
- Benchmark against operations and competitive strategies of the NOCs and IOCs in the
world
- Devise strategies to safeguard your interests based on insights on the strategies of NOCs
and IOCs and their impact on the global oil and gas industry


Table of Contents :

1.1 List of Tables 4
1.2 List of Figures 4
2 Introduction 5
2.1 Overview 5
2.2 GlobalData Report Guidance 5
3 Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure Will Continue to Increase in 2012 6
3.1 Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure is Expected to Increase by 13% in 2012 6
3.2 Capital Expenditure Growth to Continue in 2012 8
3.3 National Oil Companies and Integrated Oil Companies will Lead the Global Oil and Gas
Capex in 2012 9
3.4 Petrobras Plans Oil and Gas Capex of $224.7 billion in 2011 – 2015 11
3.5 Onshore E&P Capex Expected to Grow by 16.9% in 2012 13
3.6 High Oil Prices Assisting Investment in Unconventional Energy 14
3.7 Value of M&A and Asset Transaction in the Oil and Gas Industry Increased by about
25% in 2011 17
4 Capital Expenditure by Oil and Gas Sector 20
4.1 Exploration and Production Sector 20
4.2 Midstream and Downstream Sectors 21
5 Capital Expenditure by Region 23
5.1 North America 23
5.2 South and Central America 24
5.3 Europe 25
5.4 Middle East and Africa 26
5.5 Asia-Pacific 27
6 Capital Expenditure by Oil and Gas Companies 28
6.1 National Oil Companies 29
6.2 Integrated Companies 31
6.3 Independent Companies 32
7 Major Planned Oil and Gas Projects in 2012 35
7.1 Upstream Projects 35
7.2 Refining Projects 36
7.3 Pipeline Projects 38
7.4 LNG Projects 39
7.5 Petrochemical Projects 41
7.5.1 Polypropylene Projects 41
7.5.2 Polyethylene Projects 42
8 Factors Leading to Rise in Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure in 2011 43
8.1 Sustained, High Global Crude Oil Prices Leading to Increased Spending in Oil and Gas
43
8.2 Improving Oil Demand and Refining Margins Driving Growth in Global Oil and Gas
Capital Expenditure 44
8.3 Increasing Offshore E&P Activities are Leading to Increase in Upstream Capex 46
9 Appendix 47
9.1 Abbreviations (in Alphabetical Order) 47
9.2 Methodology 48
9.2.1 Coverage 48
9.2.2 Secondary Research 48
9.2.3 Primary Research 49
9.2.4 Expert Panel Validation 49
9.3 Contact Us 49
9.4 Disclaimer 49
9.5 Sources 50

1.1 List of Tables

Table 1 : Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Global ($bn), 2008–2012 7
Table 2 : Oil and Gas Expenditure, by Region ($bn), 2008–2012 7
Table 3: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Global, by Company Type ($bn), 2012 9
Table 4: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure and Growth Rate, Global, by Company Type ($bn),
2012 10
Table 5: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Global, National Oil and Integrated Companies
($bn), 2008–2012 10
Table 6: Major Oil and Gas Discoveries, Brazil, 2011 12
Table 7: Major Planned Upstream Oil Sands Projects, Canada, 2012 14
Table 8: Average Crude Oil Prices, Global ($/bbl), Q1 2011–Q4 2011 16
Table 9: Oil and Gas Deals by Industry, Global, Number of Deals, Q1 2010–Q4 2011 18
Table 10: Oil and Gas Deals by Industry, Global, Deal Value ($bn), Q1 2010–Q4 2011 18
Table 11: Top 10 Oil and Gas M&A Deals, Global, by Deal Value ($m), 2011 (July) – 2011
(December) 19
Table 12: E&P Sector, Global, Capital Expenditure ($bn), 2007–2012 20
Table 13: Midstream and Downstream Sectors, Global, Capital Expenditure ($bn), 2007–
2012 21
Table 14: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, North America, ($bn), 2007–2012 23
Table 15: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, South and Central America, ($bn), 2007–2012 24
Table 16: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Europe, ($bn), 2007–2012 25
Table 17: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Middle East and Africa, ($bn), 2007–2012 26
Table 18: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Asia-Pacific, ($bn), 2007–2012 27
Table 19: Total Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure by Company Type, ($bn), 2008–2012 28
Table 20: Major National Oil Companies, Total Capital Expenditure, ($m), 2007–2012 30
Table 21: Major Integrated Oil & Gas Companies, Total Capital Expenditure, ($m), 2007–
2012 32
Table 22: Major Independent Oil & Gas Companies, Total Capital Expenditure, ($m), 2007–
2012 34
Table 23: Top 20 Planned Upstream Oil Mega Projects, Global, 2012 – 2019 35
Table 24: Major Planned Refining Projects, Global, 2012 – 2015 37
Table 25: Pipeline Industry, Top 10 Planned Pipelines, Global, 2011–2020 38
Table 26: LNG Industry, Top 10 Planned LNG Liquefaction Terminals, Global, 2012–2015
39
Table 27: LNG Industry, Top 10 Planned LNG Regasification Terminals, Global, 2012–2015
40
Table 28: Top 20 Planned Polypropylene Projects, Global, 2012 – 2015 41
Table 29: Top 20 Planned Polyethylene Projects, Global, 2012 – 2015 42
Table 30: Crude Oil Demand, Global, (Billion bbl), 2010–2015 44

1.2 List of Figures

Figure 1: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Global ($bn), 2008–2012 6
Figure 2: Oil and Gas Expenditure, by Region ($bn), 2008–2012 7
Figure 3: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Global, by Company Type ($bn), 2012 8
Figure 4: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure and Growth Rate, Global, by Company Type
($bn), 2012 9
Figure 5: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Global, National Oil and Integrated Companies
($bn), 2008–2012 10
Figure 6: Oil Exports, Brazil, (Mbpd), 2000–2020 11
Figure 7: Oil and Gas Capex in Offshore and Onshore, By Region ($bn), 2007–2012 13
Figure 8: Crude Oil Prices, Global ($/bbl), 2011 16
Figure 9: Oil and Gas Deals by Segments, Global, Number of Deals and Deal Value, Q1
2010–Q4 2011 17
Figure 10: E&P Sector, Global, Capital Expenditure ($bn), 2007–2012 20
Figure 11: Midstream and Downstream Sectors, Global, Capital Expenditure ($bn), 2007–
2012 21
Figure 12: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, North America, ($bn), 2007–2012 23
Figure 13: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, South and Central America, ($bn), 2007–2012
24
Figure 14: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Europe, ($bn), 2007–2012 25
Figure 15: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Middle East and Africa, ($bn), 2007–2012 26
Figure 16: Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, Asia-Pacific, ($bn), 2007–2012 27
Figure 17: Total Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure by Company Type, ($bn), 2008–2012 28
Figure 18: Oil & Gas Capital Expenditure by Company Type, ($m), 2011 29
Figure 19: Major National Oil Companies, Total Capital Expenditure, ($m), 2007–2012 30
Figure 20: Major Integrated Oil & Gas Companies, Total Capital Expenditure, ($m), 2007–
2011 31
Figure 21: Major Independent Oil & Gas Companies, Total Capital Expenditure, ($m), 2007–
2011 33
Figure 22: Major Planned Refining Projects, Global, 2012 – 2015 36
Figure 23: Crude Oil Demand, Global, (Billion bbl), 2010–2015 44
Figure 24: Gross Refining Margin Trends, Global, ($/bbl), 2008 (Nov 28)–2011 (Nov 25) 45
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