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Russian Gas on Global Markets: Potential, Strategies and Outlook


Release date: March 2008
Language: English
Volume: 403 pages, over 300 figures, maps and tables
Format: book and cd (print-out protected)
Delivery: express mail (2-4 days)
Price: 5,800 ˆ

 

Russian Gas on Global Markets: Potential, Strategies and Outlook examines Gazprom’s positions on current and prospective international markets providing detailed profiles of 42 importer countries, complete with operations of Gazprom’s international and joint ventures.

 
The unique element of the study is the analysis of netbacks for Gazprom’s exports to each European export market.

 
Key data in each importer country profile:

  • current balance of primary energy sources
  • current, developed and projected gas infrastructure and sources
  • historic and present gas consumption and share of gas exports from Russia
  • Gazprom’s counterparts and interactions with them
  • locally operating Gazprom’s subsidiary and affiliated companies
  • factors and trends shaping increase/decrease of volumes supplied by Gazprom
  • outlook for Gazprom’s exported gas volumes (physical and monetary) to 2020
  • netbacks to the Russian border forecasted to 2020

 
Russian Gas on Global Markets: Potential, Strategies and Outlook develops three scenarios for Gazprom’s exports in 2008-2020 based on:

  • demand for natural gas in Europe, CIS, North-East Asia, North America
  • Gazprom’s contracted and supplied export volumes, current and projected
  • projected gas prices on export markets
  • status of Gazprom’s current and prospective E&P and midstream projects
  • transportation costs for Russian gas supplies and export tax payments

 

The scenarios take into account recent developments in gas transportation including the South Stream project.

 
Russian Gas on Global Markets: Potential, Strategies and Outlook is an essential analytical support tool for:

  • energy policy-makers
  • gas producers
  • utilities and other gas consumers
  • gas transportation, distribution and trading companies
  • financial and investment institutions
  • contractors and equipment suppliers
 

1. Russia and the Global Natural Gas Market
Executive summary
2. Russian Gas Reserves

2.1. Overview of Russian gas reserves
2.2. Onshore and offshore gas reserves relevant for gas exports
2.3. Gazprom’s proved gas reserves
2.4. The struggle for most important gas reserves: Gazprom vs the independents 2002-2007
2.5. Conclusions

3. Russian gas production: current situation and future development

3.1. Production in Russia: from the start of development of gas fields in Western Siberia to 2001
3.2. Gazprom’s production development from 2001 to 2006
3.3. Gazprom gas production in future: goals, investment needs and opportunities of realization
        Yamal
        Eastern Siberia and Far East

        Shtokmanovskoye field
3.4. Conclusions

4. Russian gas pipeline transportation system
4.1. The United Gas Transmission System of Russia
4.2. Gazprom’s future export transportation projects
       4.2.1. Nord Stream
       4.2.2. South Stream
       4.2.3. Altai
       4.2.4. Export gas pipelines of Eastern Siberia and Far East
       4.2.5. Caspian Coastal Gas Pipeline (Pre-Caspian pipeline)
       4.2.6. Baltic LNG
4.3. Conclusions

5. Current and Prospective Country Markets for Russian Gas
5.1. Western Europe 
       5.1.1. Belgium 
       5.1.2. France 
       5.1.3. Germany 
       5.1.4. Italy 
       5.1.5. The Netherlands 
       5.1.6. Portugal 
       5.1.7. Spain 
       5.1.8. Switzerland 
       5.1.9. United Kingdom
5.2 Northern Europe
       5.2.1. Denmark
       5.2.2. Finland

       5.2.3. Sweden

5.3 Central Europe

       5.3.1. Austria
       5.3.2. Czech Republic
       5.3.3. Slovakia
       5.3.4. Poland
5.4. South Eastern Europe
       5.4.1. Albania
       5.4.2. Bosnia and Herzegovina
       5.4.3. Bulgaria
       5.4.4. Croatia
       5.4.5. Greece
       5.4.6. Hungary
       5.4.7. Macedonia
       5.4.8. Montenegro
       5.4.9. Romania
       5.4.10. Serbia
       5.4.11. Slovenia
       5.4.12. Turkey
5.5 FSU
       5.5.1. Armenia
       5.5.2. Azerbaijan
       5.5.3. Georgia
       5.5.4. Belarus
       5.5.5. Ukraine
       5.5.6. Moldova
       5.5.7. Latvia
       5.5.8. Lithuania
       5.5.9. Estonia
5.6. North-Eastern Asia
       5.6.1. China (PRC)
       5.6.2. Japan
       5.6.3. South Korea
       5.6.4. Taiwan
       5.6.5. United States

6. Russian exports up to 2020: the scenarios
6.1. Key trends in development
6.2. Russian gas export scenarios out to 2020
       6.2.1. The ‘White’ scenario with oil prices above US$ 70 per barrel
       6.2.2. The ‘Blue’ scenario with oil prices ranging from US$ 55 to US$ 70 per barrel
       6.2.3. The ‘Red’ scenario with oil prices ranging from US$ 40 to US$ 55 per barrel
6.3. Conclusion

 

Figure 1.1. World gas reserves in 2006
Figure 1.2. World gas production in 2006
Figure 1.3. Gas consumption in Russia by sector in 2006
Figure 1.4. Gazprom market capitalization growth 2001-2007 (US$ billion)
Figure 1.5. Direct government equity ownership in Gazprom (%)
Figure 1.6. Gas supplies to Europe from Gazprom and other sources 1989-2006 (bcm)
Figure 1.7. Importance of gas exports for Gazprom in 2004 and 2006
Figure 1.8. Priorities of Gazprom’s gas business development
Figure 1.9. Russian gas sales to FSU countries and export gas prices in 2000 - 2006
Figure 1.10. Russian gas sales to Europe (excluding FSU) and export gas prices in 2000-2006
Figure 1.11. Diversification of Gazprom’s export activity
Figure 1.12. Scenarios for exports of gas produced in Russia in 2006, 2010, 2015 and 2020
Figure 1.13. Three forecast scenarios for oil price changes out to 2020 (US$ per barrel)
Figure 1.14. Euro to dollar exchange rate dynamics in 2008-2020
Figure 2.1. Proved gas reserves in Russia as of Dec 31, 2006
Figure 2.2. Proved gas reserves of Eastern Siberia and Far East of Russia as compared to proved reserves of the Asia-Pacific countries (tcm)
Figure 2.3. International audit of Gazprom’s gas reserves in comparison with Russian reserve system (tcm)
Figure 2.4. Territory distribution of Gazprom’s gas reserves in Russia, as of Dec 31, 2006 (ABC1 reserves, tcm)
Figure 2.5. Gazprom’s largest gas fields (ABC1 reserves, tcm)
Figure 2.6. Reserves replacement by Gazprom in 1997-2006 (bcm)
Figure 2.7. Exploration expenditures and growth of proved gas reserves at Gazprom
Figure 2.8. Gazprom’s efforts to increase its resource base in 2001-2006 and near-term prospects
Figure 3.1. Gas production during the Soviet period in Russia 1970-1991 (bcm)
Figure 3.2. Russian gas production during the period of reforms (1991-2006) (bcm)
Figure 3.3. Gazprom gas production and investment in production since between 2000 and 2006
Figure 3.4. Gas wells in Gazprom in 2001-2006 (wells in operation and constructed new wells)
Figure 3.5. Feasibility of Gazprom’s piority projects in respect of possible destined consumers markets in 2005 and 2007 in agreement with current gas prices
Figure 3.6. Gasprom gas production in old gas provinces between 2007 and 2020
Figure 3.7. Possible gas production in Yamal Peninsula the first 10 years of production and up to the maximal level at 250 bcm per year
Figure 3.8. The maximum gas production in Eastern Siberia and Far East up to 2020 bcm
Figure 3.9. Gas production volumes growth up to the level of 67.5 bcm and 90 bcm
Figure 3.10. Potential distribution of gas supply from the Shtokmanovskoye field at a production level of 90 bcm
Figure 3.11. Possible maximal level of gas production in new production centers, controlled by Gazprom in 2020 (bcm)
Figure 4.1. Gazprom pipelines by pipe diameter in 2006
Figure 4.2. The age of Gazprom’s pipelines
Figure 4.3. Length of Gazprom’s pipeline system (‘000 km)
Figure 4.4. Capital expenditures in transportation and storage (US$ billion)
Figure 4.5. Development of underground gas storage in Russia
Figure 4.6. Priorities of UGTS development
Figure 4.7.Nord Stream ownership structure after anticipated entry of Gasunie in 2007
Figure 4.8. Nord Stream organizational chart
Figure 4.9. Planning gas deliveries to China via Altai pipeline
Figure 4.10. Maximum potential expansion of gas transportation capacity to Europe by Gazprom
Figure 5.1.1.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Belgium in 2006
Figure 5.1.1.2. Gas imports to Belgium in 2006
Figure 5.1.1.3. Interconnector shareholder structure
Figure 5.1.2.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in France in 2006
Figure 5.1.2.2. Areas of GRTgaz company’s investments till 2016 (million Euro)
Figure 5.1.2.3. Gas imports to France in 2006
Figure 5.1.3.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Germany in 2006
Figure 5.1.3.2. Gas imports to Germany in 2006
Figure 5.1.3.3. Structure of WINGAS
Figure 5.1.4.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Italy in 2006
Figure 5.1.4.2. Gas imports to Italy in 2006
Figure 5.1.5.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in the Netherlands in 2006
Figure 5.1.5.2. Gas imports to the Netherlands in 2006
Figure 5.1.5.3. BBL shareholder structure
Figure 5.1.6.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Portugal in 2006
Figure 5.1.7.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Spain in 2006
Figure 5.1.7.2. Gas imports to Spain in 2006
Figure 5.1.8.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Switzerland in 2006
Figure 5.1.8.2. Gas imports to Switzerland in 2006
Figure 5.1.9.1.Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in the United Kingdom in 2006
Figure 5.1.9.2. Gas imports to the United Kingdom in 2006
Figure 5.1.9.3. Outlook for FOB prices of Russian LNG exports to the United Kingdom in Teriberka (Euro/1,000 cubic meters)
Figure 5.2.1.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Denmark in 2006
Figure 5.2.2.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Finland in 2006
Figure 5.2.2.2. Gasum shareholder structure
Figure 5.2.2.3. Russian gas supplies to Finland (bcm)
Figure 5.2.3.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Sweden in 2006
Figure 5.3.1.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Austria in 2006
Figure 5.3.1.2. Gas imports to Austria in 2006
Figure 5.3.1.3. GWH shareholder structure
Figure 5.3.2.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Czech Republic in 2006
Figure 5.3.2.2. Gas imports to Czech Republic in 2006
Figure 5.3.2.3. Transit of Russian gas via Czech Republic (bcm)
Figure 5.3.3.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Slovakia in 2006
Figure 5.3.3.2. Transit of Russian gas via Slovakia (bcm) 203
Figure 5.3.4.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Poland in 2006
Figure 5.3.4.2. Gas imports to Poland in 2006
Figure 5.3.4.3. Transit of Russian gas via Poland (bcm)
Figure 5.3.4.4. EuRoPol GAZ shareholder structure
Figure 5.4.1.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Albania in 2006
Figure 5.4.2.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2006
Figure 5.4.3.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Bulgaria in 2006
Figure 5.4.3.2. Transit of Russian gas via Bulgaria in 2006
Table 5.4.3.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Bulgaria and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Figure 5.4.4.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Croatia in 2006
Figure 5.4.5.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Greece in 2006
Figure 5.4.6.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Hungary in 2006
Figure 5.4.6.2. Gas imports to Hungary in 2006
Figuire 5.4.6.3. Panrusgas shareholder structure
Figure 5.4.7.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Macedonia in 2006
Figure 5.4.7.2. Gas deliveries to Macedonia in 2000-2006 (mcm)
Figure 5.4.9.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Romania in 2006
Figure 5.4.9.2. Gas imports to Romania in 2006 (bcm)
Figure 5.4.10.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Serbia and Montenegro in 2006
Figure 5.4.11.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Slovenia in 2006
Figure 5.4.11.2. Gas imports to Slovenia in 2006
Figure 5.4.11.3. Transit of gas via Slovenia (bcm)
Figure 5.4.12.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Turkey in 2006
Figure 5.4.12.2. Turusgaz shareholder structure
Figure 5.5.1.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Armenia in 2006
Figure 5.5.1.2. ArmRosgazprom shareholders structure

Figure 5.5.1.3. Russian gas supplies to Armenia in 2002-2006 (bcm)
Figure 5.5.2.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Azerbaijan in 2006
Figure 5.5.2.2 Gas production in Azerbaijan in 2000-2007 (bcm)
Figure 5.5.2.3. Participants of Shakh-Deniz project
Figure 5.5.2.4. Prices and volumes of Russian gas delivered to Azerbaijan
Figure 5.5.3.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Georgia in 2006
Figure 5.5.3.2. Gas consumption in Georgia in 2001-2006 (mcm)
Figure 5.5.3.3. Prices and volumes of imported Russian natural gas delivered to Georgia
Figure 5.5.4.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Belarus in 2006
Figure 5.5.4.2. Beltransgaz shareholder structure as October, 2007
Figure 5.5.5.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Ukraine in 2006
Figure 5.5.5.2. Transit of Russian gas via Ukraine (bcm)
Figure 5.5.5.3. Forecast of tariffs’s growth (US$/1,000cubic meters)
Figure 5.5.6.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Moldova in 2006
Figure 5.5.6.2. Gas deliveries to Moldova (bcm)
Figure 5.5.6.3. Moldovagas shareholder structure
Figure 5.5.7.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Latvia in 2006
Figure 5.5.7.2. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Latvia (bcm)
Figure 5.5.7.3. Latvijas Gaze shareholder structure
Figure 5.5.8.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Lithuania in 2006
Figure 5.5.8.2. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Lithuania (bcm)
Figure 5.5.8.3. Transit of Russian gas via Lithuania to Kaliningrad Region (mcm)
Figure 5.5.8.4. Lietuvos Dujos shareholder structure
Figure 5.5.9.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Estonia in 2006
Figure 5.5.9.2. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Estonià (bcm)
Figure 5.5.9.3. Eesti Gaas shareholder structure
Table 5.5.9.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Estonia and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Figure 5.6.1.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in China in 2006
Figure 5.6.1.2. National gas production and consumption in China (bcm)
Figure 5.6.2.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Japan in 2006
Figure 5.6.2.2. Gas imports to Japan in 2006
Figure 5.6.3.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Republic of Korea in 2006
Figure 5.6.3.2. KOGAS shareholder structure
Figure 5.6.3.3. LNG imports to South Korea in 2006
Figure 5.6.4.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in Taiwan in 2006
Figure 5.6.4.2. LNG imports to Taiwan in 2006
Figure 5.6.5.1. Primary energy consumption by type of fuel in USA in 2006
Figure 5.6.5.2. Gas imports to USA in 2006
Figiure 5.6.5.3. Cost plus FOB prices at the outlet of the Shtokman LNG plant (US$ per million BTU)
Figure 6.2.1.1. Gas demand and supply scenarios for 2010, 2015 and 2020 under ‘White’ scenario (bcm)
Figure 6.2.2.1. Gas demand and supply scenarios for 2010, 2015 and 2020 under ‘Blue’ scenario (bcm)
Figure 6.2.3.1. Gas demand and supply scenarios for 2010, 2015 and 2020 under ‘ Red’ scenario (bcm)

 
Table 1.1. Forecast of Gazprom’s investments in new upstream and transportation projects until 2015 including shares in joint projects
Table 2.1. Distribution of natural gas reserves in Russia by federal districts (tcm)
Table 2.2. New fields discovered by Gazprom in 2002–2006
Table 3.1. Russian gas supply forecast for 2010 and 2020, Gazprom and independents (bcm)
Table 3.2. The SWOT analysis of Yamal Peninsula development as Gazprom’s future production base
Table 3.4. The SWOT analysis of Shtokmanovskoye field development for Gazprom
Table 4.1. The SWOT analysis of Nord Stream for Gazprom
Table 4.2. Key parameters of Nabucco project
Table 4.3. Nabucco vs South Stream: current situation
Table 4.4. Planning gas pipelines in Eastern Siberia and Far East (option East)
Table 4.5. Cost plus FOB prices at the outlet of the Baltic LNG plant (US$ per million BTU)
Table 4.6. Possible supplies on the Atlantic market’s terminals from the Baltic LNG (bcm)
Table 5.1.1.1. Characterisics of UGS Loenhout
Table 5.1.1.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Belgium and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.1.2.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in France
Table 5.1.2.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to France and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.1.2.3. Outlook for Russian LNG exports to France and FOB prices of LNG in Teriberka (2014-2020)
Table 5.1.3.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Germany
Table 5.1.3.2. Key assets of Gazprom Germania
Table 5.1.3.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Germany and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.1.4.1. Gas transportation system of Italy (pipeline and LNG)
Table 5.1.4.2. Planned expansion of gas transportation system of Italy (pipeline and LNG)
Table 5.1.4.3. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Italy
Table 5.1.5.1. Gas transportation system of Gasunie Transport Services in the Netherlands
Table 5.1.5.2. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in the Netherlands
Table 5.1.7.1. LNG terminals in Spain
Table 5.1.8.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Switzerland
Table 5.8.1.2. Gazprom affiliates and joint ventures, registered in Switzerland
Table 5.8.1.3. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Switzerland and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.1.9.1. Gas consumption by consumer’s groups in the United Kingdom (bcm)
Table 5.1.9.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to the United Kingdom and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.2.1.1. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Denmark and netback prices to the Russian border (2012-2020)
Table 5.3.1.1. Austria’s main gas pipelines
Table 5.3.1.2. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption
Table 5.3.1.3. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Austria and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.3.2.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Czech Republic
Table 5.3.3.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Slovakia
Table 5.3.4.1. Characteristics of UGSs in Poland
Table 5.3.4.2. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Poland
Table 5.3.4.3. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Poland and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.4.2.1. Forecasted gas demand in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the period 2007-2010
Table 5.4.2.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Bosnia and Herzegovina and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.4.3.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Bulgaria
Table 5.4.4.1. Balance reserves and production of natural gas in Croatia (bcm)
Table 5.4.4.2. Gas transportation system of Croatia
Table 5.4.4.3. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Croatia
Table 5.4.4.4. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Croatia and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.4.5.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Greece
Table 5.4.5.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Greece and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.4.6.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Hungary
Table 5.4.7.1. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Macedonia and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.4.8.1. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Montenegro and netback prices to the Russian border (2017-2020)
Table 5.4.9.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Romania
Table 5.4.9.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Romania and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.4.10.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Serbia
Table 5.4.11.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Slovenia
Table 5.4.11.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Slovenia and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2017)
Table 5.4.12.1. Turkey gas balance forecasts 2005 and 2007 (bcm)
Table 5.4.12.2. Turkish contracts for gas supply from Russia
Table 5.4.12.3. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Turkey
Table 5.4.12.4. Botas released volumes
Table 5.4.12.5. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Turkey and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.5.1.1. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Armenia and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.5.3.1. Production and import of energy resources in Georgia
Table 5.5.3.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Georgia and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.5.4.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption (including gas for transit needs) in Belarus
Table 5.5.4.2. Transit of Russian gas via Belarus (bcm)
Table 5.5.4.3. Gas transportation system of Belarus
Table 5.5.4.4. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Belarus and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.5.5.1. Russian gas supplies and national gas consumption in Ukraine
Table 5.5.5.2. Rosukrenergo’s sales in 2006 (bcm)
Table 5.5.5.3. Gas transportation system of Ukraine
Table 5.5.5.4. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Ukraine and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.5.7.1 Gas transportation system of Latvia
Table 5.5.8.1. Outlook for Russian gas exports to Lithuania and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.5.9.1. Gas transportation system of Estonia
Table 5.6.1.1. Projected LNG terminals in China (LNG million tons)
Table 5.6.1.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to China and netback prices to the Russian border (2014-2020)
Table 5.6.2.1. Characterisics of LNG terminals in Japan
Table 5.6.2.2. LNG contracts signed with Sakhalin Energy
Table 5.6.2.3. Outlook for Russian LNG exports to Japan and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020), FOB
Table 5.6.3.1. LNG terminals specifications
Table 5.6.3.2. Outlook for Russian gas exports to South Korea and netback prices to the Russian border (2014-2020)
Table 5.6.3.3. Outlook for Russian LNG exports to South Korea and netback prices to the Russian border (2008-2020)
Table 5.6.5.1. Distances between the major centers of LNG production and consumption (nautical miles)
Table 5.6.5.2. Outlook for Russian LNG exports to Pacific cost of USA and FOB prices of LNG in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk (2009-2020)
Table 5.6.5.3. Outlook for Russian LNG exports to Gulf of Mexico USA and FOB prices of LNG in Teriberka (2014-2020)
Table 5.6.5.4. Outlook for Russian LNG exports to North East coast of USA and FOB prices of LNG in Teriberka (2014-2020)
Table 6.1.1. Gazprom sales in 2006 by country in volume and cash
Table 6.2.1.1. Change in sales by country by 2020 from 2006 under ‘White’ scenario (Euro million)
Table 6.2.1.1. Change in sales by country by 2020 from 2006 under ‘White’ scenario (Euro million) (continuation)
Table 6.2.1.2. Gas deliveries to global markets under the ‘White’ scenario in 2008-2020 (bcm)
Table 6.2.1.2. Gas deliveries to global markets under the ‘White’ scenario in 2008-2020 (bcm) (continuation)
Table 6.2.1.3. Gas sales to global markets under the ‘White’ scenario 2008-2020 (million Euro)
Table 6.2.1.3. Gas sales to global markets under the ‘White’ scenario 2008-2020 (million Euro) (continuation)
Table 6.2.2.1. Change in sales by country by 2020 from 2006 under ‘Blue’ scenario (million Euro)
Table 6.2.2.1. Change in sales by country by 2020 from 2006 under ‘Blue’ scenario (million Euro) (continuation)
Table 6.2.2.2. Gas deliveries to global markets under the ‘Blue’ scenario in 2008-2020 (bcm)
Table 6.2.2.2. Gas deliveries to global markets under the ‘Blue’ scenario in 2008-2020 (bcm) (continuation)
Table 6.2.2.3. Gas sales to global markets under the ‘Blue’ scenario 2008-2020 (million Euro)
Table 6.2.2.3. Gas sales to global markets under the ‘Blue’ scenario 2008-2020 (million Euro) (continuation)
Table 6.2.3.1. Change in sales by country by 2020 from 2006 under ‘Red’ scenario (million Euro)
Table 6.2.3.1. Change in sales by country by 2020 from 2006 under ‘Red’ scenario (million Euro) (continuation)
Table 6.2.3.2. Gas deliveries to global markets under the ‘Red’ scenario in 2008-2020 (bcm)
Table 6.2.3.2. Gas deliveries to global markets under the ‘Red’ scenario in 2008-2020 (bcm) (continuation)
Table 6.2.3.3. Gas sales to global markets under the ‘Red’ scenario 2008-2020 (million Euro)
Table 6.2.3.3. Gas sales to global markets under the ‘Red’ scenario 2008-2020 (million Euro) (continuation)
 

Map 3.1. Nadym-Pur-Taz region – the main source of Russian gas production
Map 3.2. Yamal peninsula gas fields
Map 3.3. Gas fields of Eastern Siberia
Map 3.4. Gas fields of Sakhalin
Map 4.1. The United Gas Transmission System (UGTS)
Map 4.2. High loads of the gas transportation system in 2005-2010
Map 4.3. High loads of the gas transportation system in 2011-2015
Map 4.4. Central Asia-Center pipeline system
Map 4.5. Yamal-Europe pipeline system
Map 4.6. Nord Stream pipeline route
Map 4.8. Routes of gas deliveries by “South Stream”
Map 4.9. East Siberian gas transport options (option West)
Map 4.10. East Siberian gas transport options (option Center)
Map 4.11. East Siberian gas transport options (option East)
Map 4.12. Deliveries of gas to the Baltic LNG plant from the Unified Gas Supply System
Map 5.1.1.1. Belgium's gas transportation system
Map 5.1.2.1. France' gas transportation system
Map 5.1.2.2. Megal gas pipeline, through which supplies to France will be undertaken
Map 5.1.3.1. Gas transportation system of Germany
Map 5.1.4.1. Italy's gas transportation system
Map 5.1.5.1. The Netherlands’ gas transportation system
Map 5.1.6.1 Portugal’s gas transportation system
Map 5.1.7.1 Spain’s gas transportation system
Map 5.1.8.1 Switzerland’s gas transportation system
Map 5.1.9.1 United Kingdom’s gas transportation system
Map 5.2.1.1 Denmark’s gas transportation system
Map 5.2.2.1 Finland’s gas transportation system
Map 5.2.3.1 Sweden’s gas transportation system
Map 5.3.3.1 Austria’s gas transportation system
Map 5.3.2.1. Czech Republic’s gas transportation system
Map 5.3.3.1 Slovakia’s gas transportation system
Map 5.3.4.1 Poland’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.1.1. Albania’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.2.1. Bosnia and Herzegovina’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.3.1 Bulgaria’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.4.1. Croatia’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.5.1 Greece’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.5.2. Turkey-Greece-Italy gas pipeline
Map 5.4.6.1 Hungary’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.7.1 Macedonia’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.8.1. Montenegro’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.9.1 Romania’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.10.1. Serbia’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.11.1 Slovenia’s gas transportation system
Map 5.4.12.1 Turkey’s gas transportation system
Map 5.5.1.1. Armenia’s gas transportation system
Map 5.5.2.1. Baku–Tbilisi–Erzurum gas pipeline
Map 5.5.2.2. Azerbajan’s gas transportation system
Map 5.5.3.1. Georgia’s gas transportation system

Map 5.5.4.1. Belarus’ gas transportation system
Map 5.5.5.1 Ukraine’s gas transportation system
Map 5.5.6.1 Moldova’s gas transportation system
Map 5.5.7.1 Latvia’s gas transportation system
Map 5.5.8.1. Lithuania’s gas transportation system
Map 5.5.9.1 Estonia’s gas transportation system
Map 5.6.1.1 China’s gas transportation system
Map 5.6.2.1 Japan’s gas transportation system
Map 5.6.2.2. Distances between Sakhalin and consumer markets
Map 5.6.3.1. South Korea’s gas transportation system
Map 5.6.4.1. Taiwan’s gas transportation system
Map 5.6.5.1. USA’s gas transportation system
Map 5.6.5.2. The gas flow in the Atlantic part of the USA and regional prices compared to Henry Hub (dollars per million BTU)



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