石油・ガス市場動向:日本

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◆英語タイトル:Oil & Gas Industry in Japan
◆発行会社/調査会社:Taiyou Research
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◆発行日:2014年5月
◆調査対象地域:日本
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◆レポート言語:英語
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*** レポート概要(サマリー)***

The oil and gas industry in Japan is contending with a dynamic global marketplace and an increasingly insistent group of stakeholders. Demand growth is slowing and regulatory pressures continue to impact operations, while available reserves are more difficult and expensive to produce. As the pressure to meet future energy demand mounts, global alliances are becoming more and more critical. Japanese oil consumption is expected to remain static in 2013, following the earthquake and subsequent tsunami in March of the year, which resulted in greatly reduced nuclear generation and a significant upturn in oil- and gas-fired power generation to compensate. By

In March 2013 Japan revealed that they had succeeded in producing natural gas from offshore methane hydrates. It is a major breakthrough with potentially explosive consequences for both global energy markets and the effort to tackle climate change. Methane also known as “Fire Ice”, this achievement can easily be considered to be the world’s first major breakthrough step towards tapping a potentially massive new alternative source of natural gas. Japan Oil, Gas & Metals National Corp. (JOGMEC) announced that the deposits of methane hydrate are estimated to be large enough to meet Japan’s natural gas needs for about 100 years. The Japanese government plans to develop technology to enable commercial use by 2018.

JOGMEC, Idemitsu Oil & Gas Co., Ltd., Inpex and Tokyo Gas are few of the biggest players in industry. Japan is the largest LNG importer in the world. It has 23 import terminals. Most LNG terminals are located around the main population centers of Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya. Many of Japan’s LNG facilities are owned by local power generation companies that operate gas-fired power stations, often in partnership with gas distribution companies. Also, in April 2012, JOGMEC announced a technological breakthrough in their research on the conversion of gas into synthetic fuels. Calling their research the Japan-GTL process, the consortium promises that the breakthrough will bring down the cost of gas to liquids (GTL) conversion.

Taiyou Research analyzes the oil and gas industry in Japan including the recent development in the methane hydrates sector in Japan in its report Oil & Gas Industry in Japan. The report includes the following:

• An overview of Japan’s energy industry.

• An overview of the oil and gas industry in Japan including a look at the regulatory framework, impact of the Fukushima Daiichi disaster, foreign energy relations and industry competition.

• An analysis of the oil industry in Japan including an industry overview, industry structure, oil consumption & production statistics, a look at oil exploration, the refining and downstream sector, oil storage and many other factors are analyzed.

• An analysis of the natural gas industry in Japan including an industry overview, industry structure, exploration and production statistics, gas pipelines and gas storage statistics.

• An analysis of the LNG industry in Japan through an industry overview, LNG demand and supply statistics, import details, regulatory support, LNG terminals amongst other factors are analyzed.

• We also analyze the potential of methane hydrates in Japan. With the recent breakthrough in the industry, methane hydrates have suddenly gained quite a lot of importance in Japan. We analyze the potential of methane hydrates in Japan and also look at the potential environmental impact.

• An analysis of the major players in the industry such as Cosmo Oil, JOGMEC, JAPEX and others is included in this in-depth report on the Oil & Gas Industry in Japan.

*** レポート目次(コンテンツ)***

1. Executive Summary

2. Overview of Japan’s Energy Industry

3. Oil & Gas in Japan
3.1 Overview
3.2 Regulatory Framework
3.3 Energy Relations with Other Countries
3.4 Industry Competition

4. Oil Industry in Japan
4.1 Industry Overview
4.2 Industry Structure
4.3 Oil Consumption & Production
4.4 Oil Production & Exploration
4.5 Refining & Downstream Sector
4.6 Oil Storage
4.7 Industry Trade
4.8 Fuel Retail in Japan
4.9 Industry Challenges

5. Natural Gas in Japan
5.1 Industry Overview
5.2 Industry Structure
5.3 Natural Gas Exploration & Production
5.4 Gas Pipelines
5.5 Gas Storage

6. LNG Industry in Japan
6.1 Industry Overview
6.2 LNG Demand in Japan
6.3 LNG Import in Japan
6.4 Industry Prices & Volumes
6.5 Regulatory Support
6.6 Role of Pipeline Gas
6.7 LNG Terminals
6.8 Supply Deals

7. Potential of Methane Hydrates in Japan
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Deposits of Methane Hydrates
7.3 Potential of Methane Hydrate as a Fuel Source
7.4 Methane Hydrates in Japan
7.5 Japan Extracts Natural Gas from Methane Hydrate
7.6 Impact on the Environment

8. Major Players
8.1 Cosmo Oil
8.2 Idemitsu Kosan
8.3 Inpex Corp
8.4 Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation
8.5 Japan Petroleum Exploration Company
8.6 JX Holdings, Inc
8.7 LNG Japan Corporation
8.8 Osaka Gas
8.9 Showa Shell Sekiyu KK
8.10 Toho Gas
8.11 Tokyo Electric Power Co Incorporated
8.12 Tokyo Gas
8.13 TonenGeneral Sekiyu K.K.

9. Glossary of Terms

List of Figures

Figure 1: Production & Consumption of Oil in Japan, 2000-2011
Figure 2: Oil Production, Consumption & Imports in Japan, 2011-2017
Figure 3: Major Sources of Japan’s Oil Imports & their Share (%), 2011
Figure 4: Production, Consumption & Imports of Natural Gas in Japan, 2011-2017
Figure 5: Production & Consumption of Natural Gas in Japan, 2000-2010
Figure 6: LNG Imports by Source in Japan & their Share (%), 2011
Figure 7: LNG Imports by Major Power & Gas Players in Japan, 2010 & 2011
Figure 8: Cost of Fossil Fuel Imports in Japan
Figure 9: LNG Prices in Different Global Markets
Figure 10: LNG Import Prices in Japan by Supply Source
Figure 11: Methane Hydrate Reservoirs around Japan

List of Tables

Table 1: Proven Reserves of Oil & Gas, Total Petroleum Reserves in Japan, 2011-2016
Table 2: Production, Consumption & Exports of Oil in Japan, 2011-2016
Table 3: Major Oil Refineries in Japan
Table 4: Refining Production & Consumption in Japan, 2011-2016
Table 5: Major Downstream Players in Japan
Table 6: Production & Consumption, Exports of Natural Gas in Japan, 2011-2016
Table 7: LNG Long-Term Contracts and Actual Imports in Japan, 2011



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