North American Micro LNGSmall Scale, Big Impact

North American Micro LNGSmall Scale, Big Impact

Growth of Micro LNG Plants will Create a Mixed Bag of Opportunities for Process Equipment Suppliers

RELEASE DATE
13-Mar-2015
REGION
North America
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Market Research
Research Code: NE11-01-00-00-00
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This research service covers the growing North American micro liquid natural gas (LNG) opportunities for process equipment suppliers. The study covers the micro LNG development in the US market, opportunities for process equipment manufacturers, and future potential growth for the product segments and key end-user segments. Growing energy requirements and environmental regulations are pushing end users to move from oil to natural gas. The US shale gas boom will change the entire energy market landscape by reducing the dependence on oil, which will positively impact micro LNG. This market's unique dynamic requires solution providers to develop nimble strategies to supply process equipment.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Mega Trends to Micro Booms

What Are Mega Trends and Micro Booms?

Micro Booms—What Will We Be Looking Into?

Scope of the Study

Market Definitions

US O&G Price Scenario

Natural Gas Consumption in the United States

North American Gas Pipeline Investment

Micro LNG—Breaking Down Traditional, Complex LNG Plants into Modular, Rapidly Deployable Solutions

CAPEX Investments across Different LNG Plant Types

LNG Adaptation across Different End-user Segments in the North American Market

Market Headwinds

Flare Gas Regulations

Adaption of Micro LNG in O&G Fields

NG Price Overview

Micro LNG Market Growth—2014 Survey Results

Process Equipment Market in Micro LNG

Process Control Equipment in Micro LNG—Size of the Pie

Opportunities for Process Equipment in Micro LNG Development

Presence of Process Equipment Supplies

Process Equipment Suppliers—Product Portfolio for Micro LNG

Presence of Key Process Equipment Suppliers in the Micro LNG Market

Market Participants’ Views on Micro LNG Development in North America

Key Mergers and Acquisitions

Small-scale LNG Plants That are Operational and Under Construction in North America*

List of Announced Small-scale LNG Plants*

Heat Map on Upcoming Micro LNG Projects Near Major O&G Fields

Scenario Analysis on Micro LNG Plant Development

Summary of Micro LNG Project Investments

Short-term Opportunity Mapping

Key Projects That Provide Sizeable Opportunities for Process Equipment Suppliers

Summary of Project Activity

Key Micro LNG Plant Providers

Micro LNG Process Equipment Ordering and Timeline

Key Market Growth Strategies

Product Presence Matrix of Key Market Participants

Acquisition Radar—Mapping of Potential Acquisition Opportunities

Alignment with Key End Users to Enter the Market

Strategic Alliances in Micro LNG Development—Case Study

Integrated Solution Providers for Micro LNG Plants

Top Recommendations

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

Partial List of Companies Interviewed

This research service covers the growing North American micro liquid natural gas (LNG) opportunities for process equipment suppliers. The study covers the micro LNG development in the US market, opportunities for process equipment manufacturers, and future potential growth for the product segments and key end-user segments. Growing energy requirements and environmental regulations are pushing end users to move from oil to natural gas. The US shale gas boom will change the entire energy market landscape by reducing the dependence on oil, which will positively impact micro LNG. This market's unique dynamic requires solution providers to develop nimble strategies to supply process equipment.
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Deliverable Type Market Research
No Index No
Podcast No
Author Arun Prasath
Industries Industrial Automation
WIP Number NE11-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No