China Power Industry Analysis & APAC Offshore Drilling Market 2016 Forecasts in New Market Research Reports

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“2012 Market Research Report on China Power Industry” and “Offshore Drilling Industry in Asia-Pacific to 2016 - Rising Regional Demand Leading to Deepwater Focus in China” reports added to

The report on China power industry covers basic information including Power definition, classification, application and industry chain structure as well as market overview. The research covers international power market analysis, China domestic power market analysis, Macroeconomic environment and economic situation analysis and influence, Power industry policy and plan, Power product specification, manufacturing process, product cost structure and much more. Statistics of China’s key manufacturers with their Power capacity, production cost, price, profit, production value, gross margin and other details are also included. In addition to the above listed information on the manufacturers, this research on china power industry also includes information on customers, application, capacity, market position of companies, their contact information and more. Along with the company related information, manufacturers’ data and listed China Power capacity, production capacity, market share, production market share, supply, demand shortage, import export and consumption data statistics are also covered in this research.

The report also provides 2009-2013 data for China’s Power market in terms of capacity, production price, cost, profit, production value, gross margin and other information. Also listed in the report are Power upstream raw materials, equipments and Sharp Solarnstream clients, alternative products, survey analysis and Power marketing channels, industry development trends and proposals. In the end, this report offers a new Power project SWOT analysis with Investment feasibility analysis and investment return analysis for the China Power market.

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Deepwater Explorations to Dominate Australia’s LNG Market

The big spending of oil and gas firms and a focus on deepwater drilling will see Australia overtake Qatar as the biggest global producer of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) by 2017, states the latest research on natural resources "Offshore Drilling Industry in Asia-Pacific to 2016 - Rising Regional Demand Leading to Deepwater Focus in China". The report says that domestic and regional demand has spurred Australia to intensify deepwater natural gas production from the country’s abundant offshore reserves.

Deepwater drilling is a highly rewarding but expensive and risky endeavour. Australia’s offshore drilling expenditure in 2011 was $1.9 billion – $1.3 billion of which was dedicated to deepwater hydrocarbon production. This research predicts this portion will grow to $2.5 billion by just 2016, while shallow water expenditure will exhibit minimal growth, increasing by just $0.06 billion during the same period.

The Australian government has been strongly promoting the usage of LNG as a primary source of fuel for heavy goods transport along its highways, spurring on further investments by creating a consistent demand.

Woodside Petroleum and Apache Corporation are the top lease-holders in offshore Australia, holding leases for 55 and 53 blocks respectively in 2011, followed by Santos, Chevron and BHP Billiton, with 27, 25 and 22 blocks, respectively.

For the entire Asia-Pacific region, offshore drilling expenditure will climb from $16 billion in 2011 to $24 billion in 2016, with an expected deepwater spend of $14 billion in the final year..

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