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◆英語タイトル:Global Market for Gas Shales, Oil Sands, and Oil Shales
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*** レポート概要(サマリー)***

The market for unconventional fuels is growing at a rapid pace. Some of the most common unconventional source of fuel includes gas shales, oil sands, and oil shales.

Taiyou Research presents an analysis of all these three fuel sources together in its report Global Market for Gas Shales, Oil Sands, and Oil Sands.

Shale gas is actually just natural gas produced from shale. Shale gas has become an important source of natural gas in the last couple of years across the world, as the potential of shale gas is huge. The United States, Canada, Europe, and even across Asia and Australia, governments and companies are exploiting the potential of shale gas and it is expected that in the coming years, shale gas is going to expand the overall energy supply in the world.

Oil sands, commonly known as tar sands or bituminous sands, are being hailed as a type of unconventional deposit of petroleum. The oil sands are made up of a mixture of clay, sand, water, and a viscous form of petroleum, commonly known as bitumen. Canada and Venezuela are the biggest markets for oil sands in the world.

Meanwhile, oil shale contains a large amount of kerogen, which is a solid mixture of organic chemical compounds, and is used to extract liquid hydrocarbons from. Since kerogen needs to be processed more than crude oil, the cost of oil shales is higher as well as its environmental impact.

Taiyou Research’s report covers the global market for gas shales, oil sands and oil shales in three sections, each covering a particular market.

Beginning with the analysis of gas shales, the report offers the following:

• An introduction to gas shales and technical knowledge about shale gas including extraction processes, economics of shale gas, source of natural gas in shale, fluid management techniques, and much more.

• Analysis of the gas shale industry in the US, with a focus on production statistics and reserves of shale gas.

• Importance of shale gas in the US is analyzed along with the major shale gas producing regions.

• Regulatory framework is an important factor in determining the growth of the US gas shale industry in the future and this is looked at in the report.

• Impacts of shale gas on the LNG industry is analyzed through the changing perception in the US market, impact of market shortage, cost structure, and cost impacts.

• The manner in which gas shales are changing the global energy industry is analyzed along with the major challenges facing the gas shale market worldwide.

• Major players active in the industry such as Anadarko Petroleum, Apache Corporation, Chesapeake Energy, and many others are analyzed through a SWOT analysis, business segment analysis, financial analysis, etc.

Moving on to section 2, we analyze oil sands, and the section covers the following:

• Overview of oil sands is provided along with the technology used for the extraction process. Energy requirements for the extraction process of oil sands is also looked at.

• Environmental challenges associated with oil sands such as air pollution, mining of land, GHG emissions, and others are analyzed.

• The oil sands industry in Canada is analyzed through market statistics, bitumen resources, opportunities and challenges facing the market, regulatory framework, and the environmental impact.

• The analysis of Athabasca oil sands includes market statistics, bitumen resources, outlook for production, environmental barriers, and role of Athabasca oil sands in international trade talks.

• Utah oils sands, the Orinico oil sands, and oil sands playing a role in global energy security conclude this section.

• Major players in the industry such as Imperial Oil, Canadian Natural Resources Limited, Sinopec, etc., are analyzed through SWOT, business segments, and financials.

Section 3 covers the oil shale industry worldwide.

• This section covers the basics of oil shales and the technology used for extraction, along with the various applications of oil shales. The environmental impact of oil shales is also studied.

• The global market for oil shales is analyzed and we look at oil shale reserves, region-wise analysis of the oil shale market worldwide, and the industrial uses of oil shales.

• Cost analysis of oil shales is carried out in comparison with oil prices.

• Major players in the industry such as Eesti Energia AS, Petrobras, Ambre Energy, and others are analyzed through a SWOT analysis, business segment analysis and financial analysis.

Overall, Taiyou Research presents a one of a kind analysis of these unconventional sources of fuel in its research offering Global Market for Gas Shales, Oil Sands, and Oil Shales.

*** レポート目次(コンテンツ)***

Executive Summary

Section 1: Analysis of Gas Shales

1. What are Gas Shales?
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Natural or Induced Fracturing
1.3 Gas Flow Rates
1.4 ‘Unlocking’ Procedure
1.5 Economics of Shale Gas
1.6 Environmental Impact of Shale Gas
1.7 Source of Natural Gas in Shale
1.8 Using Shales as Gas Reservoirs
1.9 Drilling and Completing Shale Gas Wells
1.10 Cost of Shale Gas Wells

2. Extraction Processes for Shale Gas
2.1 Hydraulic Fracturing
2.2 Horizontal Drilling
2.3 Fluid Management

3. Gas Shale Industry in the US
3.1 Market Overview
3.2 Production & Reserves of Shale Gas in the US
3.3 Importance of Shale Gas in the US
3.4 Shale Gas Development
3.5 Shale Gas Producing Regions
3.5.1 Antrim Shale
3.5.2 Barnett Shale
3.5.3 Caney Shale
3.5.4 Conesauga Shale
3.5.5 Devonian Shales
3.5.6 Fayetteville Shale
3.5.7 Floyd Shale
3.5.8 Gothic Shale
3.5.9 Haynesville Shale
3.5.10 New Albany Shale
3.5.11 Pearsall Shale
3.5.12 Utica Shale
3.5.13 Woodford Shale
3.6 NETL Research Program on Gas Shales
3.7 Shale Gas and Unconventional Gas in the US

4. Regulatory Framework in the US
4.1 Overview
4.2 Monitoring the Quality of Surface Water
4.3 Issues with Surface Water Quality
4.4 Monitoring the Groundwater
4.5 Safe Drinking Water Act Authority
4.6 Injection of Waste Fluids Underground
4.7 Water Quality Laws in States
4.8 Water Supply Management in States

5. Shale Gas Industry in Canada
5.1 Market Overview
5.2 Shale Gas Producing Regions in Canada
5.2.1 Frederick Brook Shale
5.2.2 Horton Bluff Shale
5.2.3 Montney Shale
5.2.4 Muskwa Shale
5.2.5 Utica Shale

6. How Gas Shales are influencing the LNG Industry
6.1 Overview
6.2 LNG Market versus Gas Shales Market
6.3 Increasing Investment in LNG Facilities
6.4 LNG versus Shale Gas
6.5 Changing Perception of the US Market
6.6 Impact of Market Shortage
6.7 Cost Structure of Both Supplies
6.8 Cost Curve
6.9 Shale Gas Influencing the LNG Market
6.10 Impact of Shale Gas on New LNG Projects
6.11 Cost Impacts
6.12 Conclusion

7. Gas Shales and the Global Energy Industry

8. Challenges Facing the Shale Gas Market: Water Problems
8.1 Runoff of Stormwater
8.2 Problem of Water Supply
8.3 Water on the Surface

9. Major Players
9.1 Anadarko Petroleum
9.1.1 Corporate Profile
9.1.2 Business Segments
9.1.3 Major Products & Services
9.1.4 Financial Analysis
9.1.5 SWOT Analysis
9.2 Apache Corporation
9.2.1 Corporate Profile
9.2.2 Business Segments
9.2.3 Major Products & Services
9.2.4 Financial Analysis
9.2.5 SWOT Analysis
9.3 Chesapeake Energy
9.3.1 Corporate Profile
9.3.2 Business Segments
9.3.3 Major Products & Services
9.3.4 Financial Analysis
9.3.5 SWOT Analysis
9.4 Devon Energy
9.4.1 Corporate Profile
9.4.2 Business Segments
9.4.3 Major Products & Services
9.4.4 Financial Analysis
9.4.5 SWOT Analysis
9.5 EnCana Corporation
9.5.1 Corporate Profile
9.5.2 Business Segments
9.5.3 Major Products & Services
9.5.4 Financial Analysis
9.5.5 SWOT Analysis
9.6 EOG Resources
9.6.1 Corporate Profile
9.6.2 Business Segments
9.6.3 Major Products & Services
9.6.4 Financial Analysis
9.6.5 SWOT Analysis
9.7 Newfield Exploration Company
9.7.1 Corporate Profile
9.7.2 Business Segments
9.7.3 Major Products & Services
9.7.4 Financial Analysis
9.7.5 SWOT Analysis
9.8 Talisman Energy
9.8.1 Corporate Profile
9.8.2 Business Segments
9.8.3 Major Products & Services
9.8.4 Financial Analysis
9.8.5 SWOT Analysis
9.9 Bill Barrett Corporation
9.9.1 Corporate Profile
9.9.2 Business Segments
9.9.3 Major Products & Services
9.9.4 Financial Analysis
9.10 Range Resources Corporation
9.10.1 Corporate Profile
9.10.2 Business Segments
9.10.3 Major Products & Services
9.10.4 Financial Analysis
9.11 XTO Energy
9.11.1 Corporate Profile
9.11.2 Business Segments
9.11.3 Major Products & Services
9.11.4 Financial Analysis

Section 2: Analysis of Oil Sands

1. Overview of Oil Sands
1.1 What are Oil Sands?
1.2 History of Oil Sands

2. Extraction Processes
2.1 Cold Flow
2.2 Combustion Overhead Gravity Drainage
2.3 Cyclic Steam Stimulation
2.4 Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage
2.5 Surface Mining
2.6 Toe to Heel Air Injection
2.7 Vapor Extraction Process

3. Environmental Barriers to Oil Sands
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Air Pollution
3.3 Land Mining
3.4 Pollution of Water Resources
3.5 GHG Emissions
3.6 Effect of Aquatic Life
3.7 Other Concerns

4. High Energy Requirements for Extraction Process of Oil Sands

5. Oil Sands Industry in Canada
5.1 Market Profile
5.2 Canadian Oil Sands’ Impact on Global Energy Industry
5.3 Analysis of the Bitumen Resources
5.4 Barriers Facing the Industry
5.5 Opportunities in the Market
5.6 Mining of Oil Sands
5.6.1 Extraction
5.6.2 In-situ Bitumen
5.6.3 Cyclic Steam Stimulation
5.6.4 Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage
5.6.5 Generating Steam
5.6.6 VAPEX
5.6.7 Firefloods
5.6.8 “Cold” Production
5.6.9 Processing
5.6.10 Upgrading
5.6.11 Transportation
5.7 Economics of Canada’s Oil Sands Industry
5.8 Energy Balance for Mining-Upgrading Projects
5.9 Products Derived from Oil Sands
5.10 Regulatory Framework
5.11 Environmental Impact
5.12 Research & Development in the Industry
5.13 Industry Outlook

6. Canadian Oil Sands Production Primer

7. Athabasca Oil Sands
7.1 Overview
7.2 History of the Athabasca Oil Sands
7.3 Developing the Deposits
7.4 Extraction of Bitumen
7.5 Commercialization of the Athabasca Oil Sands
7.6 Estimating the Total Oil Reserves
7.7 Outlook for Production
7.8 Economics of Extracting Oil from Athabasca Deposits
7.9 Role in International Trade Talks

8. Environmental Barriers Facing Athabasca Oil Sands
8.1 Overview
8.2 Open Pit Mining Destroying Land
8.3 Water Pollution
8.4 Natural Gas & GHG Emissions

9. Utah Oil Sands

10. Major Oil Sands Projects
10.1 Kearl Oil Sands Project
10.2 Mackay River in-Situ Oil Sands Projects

11. Orinoco Oil Sands
11.1 Overview
11.2 Oil Reserves
11.3 Oil Sowing Plan 2005-2030
11.4 Production Blocks
11.4.1 Carabobo
11.4.2 Junin

12. Oil Sands and Global Energy Security

13. Major Players
13.1 Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL)
13.1.1 Corporate Profile
13.1.2 Business Segments
13.1.3 Major Products & Services
13.1.4 Financial Analysis
13.1.5 SWOT Analysis
13.2 Imperial Oil
13.2.1 Corporate Profile
13.2.2 Business Segments
13.2.3 Major Products & Services
13.2.4 Financial Analysis
13.2.5 SWOT Analysis
13.3 Shell Canada
13.3.1 Corporate Profile
13.3.2 Business Segments
13.3.3 Major Products & Services
13.3.4 Financial Analysis
13.3.5 SWOT Analysis
13.4 Sinopec
13.4.1 Corporate Profile
13.4.2 Business Segments
13.4.3 Major Products & Services
13.4.4 Financial Analysis
13.4.5 SWOT Analysis
13.5 Statoil
13.5.1 Corporate Profile
13.5.2 Business Segments
13.5.3 Major Products & Services
13.5.4 Financial Analysis
13.5.5 SWOT Analysis
13.6 Total SA
13.6.1 Corporate Profile
13.6.2 Business Segments
13.6.3 Major Products & Services
13.6.4 Financial Analysis
13.6.5 SWOT Analysis
13.7 Nexen Inc
13.7.1 Corporate Profile
13.7.2 Business Segments
13.7.3 Major Products & Services
13.7.4 Financial Analysis
13.8 Petro Canada
13.8.1 Corporate Profile
13.8.2 Business Segments
13.8.3 Major Products & Services
13.8.4 Financial Analysis
13.9 Suncor Energy
13.9.1 Corporate Profile
13.9.2 Business Segments
13.9.3 Major Products & Services
13.9.4 Financial Analysis
13.10 Syncrude Canada
13.10.1 Corporate Profile
13.10.2 Business Segments
13.10.3 Major Products & Services
13.10.4 Financial Analysis
13.11 Teck Resources
13.11.1 Corporate Profile
13.11.2 Business Segments
13.11.3 Major Products & Services
13.11.4 Financial Analysis

Section 3: Analysis of Oil Shales

1. What are Oil Shales?
1.1 Introduction
1.2 History of Oil Shales
1.3 Geology of Oil Shales
1.4 Extraction Process

2. Applications of Oil Shales

3. Global Oil Shales Industry
3.1 Oil Shale Reserves
3.2 Global Estimates of Oil Shale Reserves
3.3 Global Market for Oil Shales
3.4 Oil Shales in Africa
3.5 Oil Shales in Asia
3.6 Oil Shales in Europe
3.7 Oil Shales in the Middle East
3.8 Oil Shales in North America
3.9 Oil Shales in South America
3.10 Oil Shales in Australia

4. Industrial Uses of Oil Shales
4.1 Overview
4.2 Generating Power with Oil Shale
4.3 Major Production Regions
4.4 Industrial Uses

5. Cost Analysis of Oil Shales
5.1 Overview
5.2 Shale Oil versus Price of Oil
5.3 Water & Energy Requirements
5.4 Investment Profile

6. Environmental Impact of Oil Shales

7. Major Players
7.1 Eesti Energia AS
7.1.1 Corporate Profile
7.1.2 Business Segments
7.1.3 Major Products & Services
7.1.4 Financial Analysis
7.1.5 SWOT Analysis
7.2 Exxon Mobil Corporation
7.2.1 Corporate Profile
7.2.2 Business Segments
7.2.3 Major Products & Services
7.2.4 Financial Analysis
7.2.5 SWOT Analysis
7.3 Petrobras
7.3.1 Corporate Profile
7.3.2 Business Segments
7.3.3 Major Products & Services
7.3.4 Financial Analysis
7.3.5 SWOT Analysis
7.4 Ambre Energy
7.4.1 Corporate Profile
7.4.2 Business Segments
7.4.3 Major Products & Services
7.4.4 Financial Analysis
7.5 American Shale Oil LLC
7.5.1 Corporate Profile
7.5.2 Business Segments
7.5.3 Major Products & Services
7.5.4 Financial Analysis
7.6 Fushun Mining Group
7.6.1 Corporate Profile
7.6.2 Business Segments
7.6.3 Major Products & Services
7.6.4 Financial Analysis
7.7 Hom Tov
7.7.1 Corporate Profile
7.7.2 Business Segments
7.7.3 Major Products & Services
7.7.4 Financial Analysis
7.8 Independent Energy Partners
7.8.1 Corporate Profile
7.8.2 Business Segments
7.8.3 Major Products & Services
7.8.4 Financial Analysis
7.9 Mountain West Energy
7.9.1 Corporate Profile
7.9.2 Business Segments
7.9.3 Major Products & Services
7.9.4 Financial Analysis
7.10 Oil Shale Exploration Company
7.10.1 Corporate Profile
7.10.2 Business Segments
7.10.3 Major Products & Services
7.10.4 Financial Analysis
7.11 Queensland Energy Resources
7.11.1 Corporate Profile
7.11.2 Business Segments
7.11.3 Major Products & Services
7.11.4 Financial Analysis
7.12 Red Leaf Resources
7.12.1 Corporate Profile
7.12.2 Business Segments
7.12.3 Major Products & Services
7.12.4 Financial Analysis
7.13 Shale Technologies LLC
7.13.1 Corporate Profile
7.13.2 Business Segments
7.13.3 Major Products & Services
7.13.4 Financial Analysis

Section 4: Conclusion

1. Appendix

2. Glossary



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