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Paper presented at the 21st World Petroleum Congress, June 15–19, 2014
Paper Number: WPC-21-1141
... exploration and development with rapid growth of both reserves and production, which drew the attention around the world and made shale gas exploration and development an important fields and targets of the world. shale gas gas industry natural gas industry periodical office China Upstream Oil...
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Paper presented at the 18th World Petroleum Congress, September 25–29, 2005
Paper Number: WPC-18-0948
... of « take or pay » are very important as a component in the stability and the security of supply and favorites the investments in the sector. The enormous investments of Algeria in gas industry would never have seen the day if all conditions had not been gathered thanks to long term contracts of which...
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Paper presented at the 18th World Petroleum Congress, September 25–29, 2005
Paper Number: WPC-18-0950
... will amount to $2.7 trillion or $100 billion per year The numbers are staggering, but nevertheless in line with historical trends. This implies that the gas industry is a healthy, growing business with a bright future. However, a closer look at some of the underpinning fundamentals governing the gas industry...
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Paper presented at the 18th World Petroleum Congress, September 25–29, 2005
Paper Number: WPC-18-0954
... energy source for the future. 3.0 THE AFRICAN GAS INDUSTRY IN A GLOBAL CONTEXT 3.1 Regional Reserves & Production Trends. Africa has considerable natural gas reserves, estimated at 8 percent of the global total in 2000 (Figure 2). However, African gas reserves continue to increase steadily...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32026
... of gas industry emissions vary depending on country. Total CH4 emissions caused by the gas industry worldwide were roughly 20,000 kt in 1995. This amount neither includes the CH4 emissions connected with the production of crude oil nor those connected with associated gas which occurs during oil...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32011
... my thoughts with you on the outlook of the Gas industry and the risks and opportunities facing this sector. The growth in demand for natural gas has risen at almost double the rate for oil by more than 20% since 1990. Gas has become the fuel of choice, mainly at the expense of coal. Most...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32033
... of discussion, particularly as it brings together a highly select group of authorities specializing in energy issues. This topic will certainly not be exhausted here. The panel that is now opening will offer an important time for reflection on the future of the Natural Gas industry in Brazil, through...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32329
... markets. However we believe that investors in LNG projects will want the security of selling at least some proportion of their outpout under long term contract. BLOCK 3 - - FORUM 17 251 THE BUSINESS TRADING OF LNG IN THE 21ST CENTURY Consequently, like many others in the gas industry, we don't think...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32352
... Abstract Ever growing importance of natural gas in the world energy balance is a formed stable tendency the action of which is strengthened by energy factors and ecological and economic factors. The world gas industry develops rapidly. In the year 2000 2.347 bln m3 of gas were produced...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32304
... of economics, availability and environmental impact. Regional integration with neighboring countries such as Argentina, Bolivia and Peru can offer new prospects for the Brazilian natural gas industry. The huge quantities of gas available and its great advantages in many final uses are likely to transform...
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Paper presented at the 17th World Petroleum Congress, September 1–5, 2002
Paper Number: WPC-32302
... discusses the environmental issues facing the gas industry. Southern Europe continues to work on its pipeline and gas distribution infrastructure as it prepares for projected explosive demand growth. In its part Algeria is developing its gas resources and seeking new outlets. This paper presents...
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Paper presented at the 16th World Petroleum Congress, June 11–15, 2000
Paper Number: WPC-30318
... that is capturing an increasingly larger share of the world energy market. liquified natural gas Pipeline Industry world energy consumption Midstream Oil & Gas application gas industry mohitpour gas monetization energy consumption pipeline natural gas LNG consumption infrastructure high...
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Paper presented at the 15th World Petroleum Congress, October 12–17, 1997
Paper Number: WPC-28216
... that the world gas consumption in 2010 may become 3.3 trillion m3/yr (approximately 24% of total power consumption). The gas industry evolved in many world regions as a companion to the oil industry and stayed in its shadow. It is only in the U.S.A. that this industry is an independent sector enjoying more than...
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Paper presented at the 15th World Petroleum Congress, October 12–17, 1997
Paper Number: WPC-28215
... untapped-hence its bearing on future gas supplies. Initially in this paper, the present status of natural gas in Middle Eastern countries is reviewed and the imbalance between proved reserves (32.4% Worldwide) and actual 1995 production (6.6% of World) is underlined. Furthermore, the gas industries of its...
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Paper presented at the 15th World Petroleum Congress, October 12–17, 1997
Paper Number: WPC-28210
... Abstract. At present the China natural gas industry has significant development. The accumulated proved gas reserves are 1124.57 G m3, the accumulated proved solution gas reserves are 826.64 G m3 up to 1995. The production of natural gas in China is 16.13 G m3. The approach for developing...
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Paper presented at the 15th World Petroleum Congress, October 12–17, 1997
Paper Number: WPC-28217
...%, and the fossil fuels share is expected to remain relatively stable at 90%. For both technological and environmental factors, a further significant increase in the use of gas is expected in the future. However, competition with oil and coal for both prices and funds will be the challenge that the gas industry...
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Paper presented at the 15th World Petroleum Congress, October 12–17, 1997
Paper Number: WPC-28222
... Abstract. An analysis of the regulatory approach to problem solving as applied to the natural gas industry in North America to achieve political, social, fiscal and environmental objectives reveals that the unforeseen impacts of complex regulation of natural gas production and prices...
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Paper presented at the 14th World Petroleum Congress, May 29–June 1, 1994
Paper Number: WPC-26016
... Member States regarding Energy Economics main objective European Union Upstream Oil & Gas programme energy policy and regulation Energy Market conclusion energy consumption consumption energy source Member State particular view gas industry protection hydrocarbon emission...

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