Chinese Shale Gas Market Discussed in New Kuick Research Report Published at MarketPublishers.com

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New research report “China Shale Gas Market Analysis” elaborated by Kuick Research has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. The report suggests that China’s current 1,275 trillion cubic feet of shale gas reserves are expected to last for about 300 years at the present rate of production and consumption.

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China is sitting on the world’s largest technically recoverable shale finds. With almost 25% more reserves than the US, China is dreaming about an even bigger energy revolution than the one seen in America. China’s current 1,275 trillion cubic feet of shale gas reserves are expected to last for about 300 years at the present rate of production and consumption. Since Chinese shale gas scenario is in its early years, the future is large and as of now holds promise.

New research report “China Shale Gas Market Analysis” elaborated by Kuick Research has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.

Report Details:

Title: China Shale Gas Market Analysis
Published: June, 2012
Pages: 60
Price: US$ 800.00
http://marketpublishers.com/report/industry/energy/china_shale_gas_market_analysis.html

The research report offers a detailed analysis of China’s shale gas market and its potential, with a sneak peek into the technology used to exploit shale gas reserves as well as the Chinese and global companies working overtime to tap into this potential.

Report Contents:

1. Executive Summary

2. China Shale Gas Reserves

2.1 Comparison of Chinese & U.S Shale Gas Reserves

3. Shale Gas Investments in China

3.1 Foreign Partnerships
3.2 Domestic Investment
3.3 Auction of Shale Gas Blocks

4. Regulatory & Policy Framework

4.1 Bidding the Shale Gas Blocks
4.2 Shale Gas Declared as Independent Resource
4.3 Liberalized Pricing

5. 12th Five-Year Development Plan for Shale Gas

5.1 Completion of Nationwide Shale Gas Survey & Production Estimates
5.2 Development of Methods, Technologies, Equipment and Technical Standards
5.3 Incentives & Infrastructure improvement

6. Shale Gas Opportunities & Challenges in China

7. Future Outlook for Shale Gas Exploration & Production

7.1 Demand and Supply Scenario
7.2 Increased Foreign Participation
7.3 Technical Advancement

8. Pest Analysis

8.1 Political Factors
8.2 Economic Factors
8.3 Social Factors
8.4 Technological factors

9. Technologies for Shale Gas Exploration

9.1 Horizontal Drilling
9.2 Hydraulic Fracturing
9.3 Measurement While Drilling (MWD) Tools and Logging While Drilling (LWD) Tools
9.4 Pad Drilling

10. Competitive Landscape

10.1 Sinopec Group
10.2 China National Offshore Oil Corporation
10.3 China National Petroleum Corporation
10.4 Royal Dutch Shell

List of Figures

Figure 1-1: Global Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Reserves by Region (Trillion Cubic Feet)
Figure 1-2: Global Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Reserves by Region (%)
Figure 2-1: Shale Gas Basins of China
Figure 2-2: Share of China in Global Technically Recoverable Shale Reserves
Figure 2-3: China Ranking in Global Technically Shale Gas Reserves (Trillion Cubic Feet)
Figure 2-4: Share of China in Asia Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Reserves
Figure 3-1: China Investment in U.S Shale Gas by Basins
Figure 3-2: China Investment in U.S Shale Gas by Company
Figure 3-3: China Share of Shale Gas Investment in Oil and Gas Exploration Investments, 2011
Figure 3-4: China Shale Gas Investments by Government & Domestic Oil Companies (Million Yuan), 2011
Figure 3-5: China Shale Gas Production Target (Billion Cubic Meters), 2015 & 2020
Figure 7-1: China Natural Gas Consumption (Billion Cubic Meters), 2011-2015
Figure 7-2: China Natural Gas Production (Billion Cubic Meters), 2010 & 2011
Figure 7-3: China Natural Gas Production & Import (Billion Cubic Meters), 2015
Figure 7-4: Share of Import in China Natural Gas Consumption, 2015
Figure 8-1: China Energy Consumption Growth (%), 2011

More new market research reports by the publisher can be found at Kuick Research page.

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