MENA Oil and Gas 2021 with COVID-19 Impact Update - Outlook for Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals Projects in the Middle East and North Africa in 2021 - MEED Insights

MENA Oil and Gas 2021 with COVID-19 Impact Update - Outlook for Oil, Gas and Petrochemicals Projects in the Middle East and North Africa in 2021 - MEED Insights



Middle East oil and gas is entering an expansive period as regional firms undertake major field development programmes, expedite unconventional hydrocarbons exploration drives and work to secure their future market share in the industry.

Since 2011, more than $300bn of oil and gas project contracts have been awarded in the Mena region.

These investments have strengthened Saudi Arabia’s position as the world’s most influential oil exporter, and pushed Qatar into the number one spot for both liquefied natural gas (LNG) and gas-to-liquids (GTL) production.

Middle East oil and gas is entering an expansive period as regional firms undertake major field development programmes, expedite unconventional hydrocarbons exploration drives and work to secure their future market share in the industry.

About $652bn worth of oil, gas and petrochemicals projects planned or underway across the Mena region, according to regional projects tracker MEED Projects. Of this, some $392bn of projects have yet to have their main contracts awarded.

Current investments in upstream field exploration and production capacity this will lead to a significant expansion of the region’s oil production capacities of operators by 2025.

About $58.4bn of upstream oil projects currently under execution in Middle East and North African (Mena) countries. With many field discoveries expected to move into project development in late 2020, the region is expected to maintain a steady flow of capital expenditure towards upstream oil schemes.

Downstream, the Mena region is planning to add 2 million b/d of refining capacity by 2022. More than $200bn is expected to be ploughed into new refining and petrochemicals ventures in the GCC by 2025. Seven major refinery schemes worth more than $40bn in total that are currently in the front-end engineering and design (feed) phase.

These investments offer abundant new opportunities for contractors, consultants and suppliers working in the oil, gas and petrochemicals sector in the region.

There is also considerable change taking place in the way work is being procured and delivered in the region. The drive to increase the value of local content in projects requires companies to procure people, goods and services from local sources where possible, while the need to increase energy efficiency and reduce carbon dioxide emissions is becoming an important aspect of projects.

The report has been updated to reflect the impact of Covid-19

Written by MEED, the Middle East market experts within the Group, "MENA Oil & Gas 2021" provides a comprehensive analysis of the key trends, opportunities and challenges facing governments and businesses in the oil and gas sector.

The report provides energy companies, contractors, suppliers, manufacturers and consultants with a powerful resource that will help them to identify new opportunities, set strategy, and mitigate risk in the Middle East and North Africa.

This report provides a comprehensive snapshot of the regional oil and gas projects market at the start of 2020 and examines the outlook for policy and investment in oil, gas and petrochemicals projects across the Mena region.

The report is of extreme high-value to anyone seeking to identify opportunities, understand risks and set strategy in the regional oil and gas projects market.

Scope

- The 833-page report includes more than 250 charts, tables, graphs and maps, including tables of projects due to be awarded in 2021, along with projects currently under execution.
- A complete picture of the trends, opportunities and challenges in the oil, gas and petrochemicals sector in the Middle East and North Africa.
- Report updated to include the impact of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic on the oil & gas industry in the Middle East and North Africa.
- The report helps you to make the most of the opportunities in the oil, gas and petrochemicals sector in the Middle East and North Africa.
- Understand the impact of coronavirus on Middle East oil and gas
- It informs strategy
- Identifies new and potential opportunities
- Highlights challenges in the market
- Helps you minimise risk.

Reasons to Buy

- Impact of Covid-19 on Middle East oil & gas
- Detailed assessment of the outlook for the oil, gas and petrochemicals projects market in the Middle East and North Africa
- Comprehensive review of 14 oil and gas markets across the Middle East and North Africa
- Outlook for policy and investment in oil, gas and petrochemicals projects across the region
- Projects opportunities with client and procurement details
- Investment drivers and client spending plans
- Understand risks and set strategy in the Mena oil and gas market


1 Executive summary
2 Coronavirus (Covid-19)
3 Market overview
3.1 Project activity
3.2 Activity by country
3.3 Activity by sector
3.4 Clients
3.5 Contractors
3.6 Future projects and forecasts
4 Algeria
5 Bahrain
6 Egypt
7 Iran
8 Iraq
9 Jordan
10 Kuwait
11 Libya
12 Morocco
13 Oman
14 Qatar
15 Saudi Arabia
16 Tunisia
17 UAE


List Of Tables


Table 1: Top Mena projects pipeline ranked by value
Table 2: Upstream Oil projects completed during January 2015 - August 2020
Table 3: Active upstream oil projects
Table 4: Selected gas projects
Table 5: Selected active downstream projects
Table 6: Current active petrochemical projects
Table 7: Oil statistics for 2019 against 2018
Table 8: Gas production statistics for 2019 against 2018
Table 9: Major existing oil, gas, and petrochemical projects in Bahrain
Table 10: Major upcoming oil, gas, and petrochemical projects in Bahrain
Table 11: Bahrain leading contractors by value
Table 12: Egyptian upstream energy projects under execution
Table 13: Egypts oil refineries
Table 14: Residential and commercial natural gas prices
Table 15: Egas 2013 bid round results
Table 16: Blocks offered by EGPC in the Gulf of Suez and Western Desert
Table 17: Results of Egas bidding round
Table 18: Results of Ganope bidding round
Table 19: Results of EGPC Bid Round 2016
Table 20: Selected upstream projects in Egypt
Table 21: Planned and Under-construction petrochemicals projects in Egypt
Table 22: Nitrogenous fertiliser producers - state-owned
Table 23: Nitrogenous fertiliser producers - privately owned
Table 24: Phosphate fertiliser producers
Table 25: Fertiliser projects (completed, underway and planned)
Table 26: Planned hydrocarbons projects
Table 27: Contract awarded in 2020*
Table 28: Iran key facts and figures, 2019
Table 29: Main NIOC subsidiaries involved in the oil and gas industry
Table 30: Iran recent crude production (thousand barrels a day)
Table 31: Iran oil field reserves, 2018
Table 32: Oil refineries in Iran, 2019
Table 33: Abadan refinery actual average production
Table 34: Esfahan refinery actual average production
Table 35: Bandar Abbas refinery actual average production
Table 36: Tehran refinery actual average production
Table 37: Arak refinery actual average production
Table 38: Tabriz refinery actual average production
Table 39: Shiraz refinery actual average production
Table 40: Lavan refinery actual average production
Table 41: Kermanshah refinery actual average production
Table 42: Shiraz Pars Farayand Production
Table 43: Anahita Production
Table 44: South Pars gas development
Table 45: Amir Kabir Petrochemical Company (Olefins 6)
Table 46: Bandar Imam Petrochemical Company (BIPC)
Table 47: Fanavaran Petrochemical Company
Table 48: Farabi Petrochemical Company
Table 49: Khuzestan Petrochemical Company
Table 50: Marun Petrochemical Company (Olefins 7)
Table 51: Razi Petrochemical Company
Table 52: Shahid Tondguyan Petrochemical Company
Table 53: Ghadir Petrochemical Company
Table 54: Navid Zar Shimi Petrochemical Company
Table 55: Rejal Petrochemical Company
Table 56: Arvand Petrochemical Company
Table 57: Borzuyeh Petrochemical Company
Table 58: Buali Sina Petrochemical Company
Table 59: Jam Petrochemical Company
Table 60: Mehr Petrochemical Company
Table 61: Jam Polypropylene Company
Table 62: Pars Petrochemical Company
Table 63: Zagros Petrochemical Company (Methanol 4)
Table 64: Pardis Petrochemical Company
Table 65: Arya Sasol Polymer Company
Table 66: Morvarid Petrochemical Company
Table 67: Kavian Petrochemical Company
Table 68: Abadan Petrochemical Company
Table 69: Arak Petrochemical Company
Table 70: Esfahan Petrochemical Company
Table 71: Kharg Petrochemical Company
Table 72: Khorasan Petrochemical Company
Table 73: Bisotoun Petrochemical Company
Table 74: Orumiyeh Petrochemical Company
Table 75: Shiraz Petrochemical Company
Table 76: Tabriz Petrochemical Company
Table 77: Kermanshah Petrochemical Company
Table 78: Selected PIDMC downstream projects
Table 79: Investment opportunities in Iran’s petrochemical sector
Table 80: Financial investment opportunities in Iran’s petrochemical sector
Table 81: Oil, gas and petrochemicals projects under execution
Table 82: Oil, gas and petrochemical projects in pre-execution
Table 83: Key Iraqi national oil companies
Table 84: Iraq monthly oil exports via Somo
Table 85: Distribution of oil reserves, 2018*
Table 86: Iraqi oil production, by field, 2020
Table 87: Licensing round one
Table 88: Summary of licensing rounds one and two
Table 89: Summary of the fourth licensing round
Table 90: Oil field developments under execution


List Of Figures


Figure 1: Mena oil, gas and petrochemicals projects planned or underway ($m)
Figure 2: Mena oil, gas and petrochemicals contract awards 2010−2020* ($m)
Figure 3: Value of Mena oil, gas, and chemical projects ($m), 2015 - September 2020
Figure 4: Total value of active oil, gas, and chemical projects in the Mena region ($m), 2015 - September 2020
Figure 5: Impact of Covid-19 on Mena oil, gas, and chemical projects ($m) between December 2019 and September 2020
Figure 6: Value of active hydrocarbon projects by country ($m), 2020
Figure 7: Mena* hydrocarbons contract awards by year ($m), 2012−2020*
Figure 8: Mena* hydrocarbons spending by country, 2012−2020*
Figure 9: Mena* contract awards by year and country ($m), 2012−2020*
Figure 10: Mena* contract awards by year and country ($m), 2012−2020*
Figure 11: Oil upstream, midstream, and downstream contract awards ($m), 2005-2020*
Figure 12: Mena* developers by contract awards 2012−2020* ($m)
Figure 13: Mena* contractors by value ($m)
Figure 14: Mena contractors by value, January 2018-August 2020
Figure 15: Mena* unawarded projects by country
Figure 16: Mena* unawarded projects by sector
Figure 17: Algeria oil and gas facilities
Figure 18: Sonatrach subsidiaries and shareholdings
Figure 19: Algeria 2014 licensing round
Figure 20: Algeria oil production, 2010-2019
Figure 21: Algeria oil consumption, 2010-2019
Figure 22: Algeria oil and gas fields
Figure 23: Algeria gas production, 2010-2019 (bcm)
Figure 24: Algeria gas consumption, 2010-2019 (bcm)
Figure 25: Algeria’s natural gas exports by destination, 2019 (%)
Figure 26: Gas export routes
Figure 27: Downstream oil and gas infrastructure
Figure 28: Algeria pipeline network
Figure 29: Maghreb-Europe Gas Pipeline route
Figure 30: Galsi pipeline route
Figure 31: Oil, gas and petrochemical contract awards by year ($m), 2010−2020*
Figure 32: Algeria’s biggest oil,gas,and petrochemicals contractors ($m)
Figure 33: Noga organisation structure
Figure 34: Bahrain oil production and consumption, 2010-2019 (000s b/d)
Figure 35: Bahrain natural gas output, 2010-19 (bcm)
Figure 36: Distribution of Gas (million cubic feet), 2017
Figure 37: Bahrain oil refinery throughput and capacity, 2010-2019 (000s b/d)
Figure 38: Bahrain Petrochemicals production capacity (Mtpa) and market share (%), 2010−2018
Figure 39: Value of ongoing oil, gas and chemical projects in the GCC ($m)
Figure 40: Value of contracts awarded in Bahrain’s oil, gas, and petrochemical sector ($m), 2010-2020*
Figure 41: Total value of active chemical projects in Egypt, 2012−20 ($m)
Figure 42: Value of chemical, gas and oil projects, 2012−20 ($m)
Figure 43: Egypt petroleum and liquids production, thousand b/d, 2009−2019
Figure 44: Structure of Egypt’s oil and gas sector
Figure 45: Egyptian medium-term strategy
Figure 46: Egypt’s debts to foreign oil companies ($bn)
Figure 47: Regulation of the oil and gas sector
Figure 48: Investment required by sub-sector, $bn
Figure 49: Egyptian crude consumption and production, 2009-19, thousand barrels
Figure 50: Egypt gas production and consumption, 2009-19 (bcf)
Figure 51: Egypt’s International Bid Rounds 2018
Figure 52: BP exploration and production in Egypt
Figure 53: Eni exploration and production in Egypt
Figure 54: Dana Gas’ concessions in Egypt
Figure 55: Apache’s concessions
Figure 56: RWE Dea’s concessions
Figure 57: Refined products supply/demand gap forecast (million tonnes)
Figure 58: Refinery upgrades as of March 2015
Figure 59: Petrochemical output and sales, 2008/09-2018/19 (million tonnes)
Figure 60: Petrochemicals production by type (‘000 tons/year), 2018
Figure 61: Egypt fertiliser exports (E£bn), 2011−2017
Figure 62: Egypt oil, gas and petrochemical awards, 2010-20* ($m)
Figure 63: Top oil, gas and petrochemical clients by the total value of contracts awarded ($m)
Figure 64: NIOC organisation chart
Figure 65: Iran oil production* 2012-19
Figure 66: Iran oil production* 1965-2019
Figure 67: Consumption (000s barrels), 1965-2019
Figure 68: Iran oil production vs consumption (000s b/d), 2009-19
Figure 69: Iran crude oil exports, 2009−19
Figure 70: Iran’s oil and gas fields
Figure 71: Iranian refining capacity (000s b/d), 1965-2019
Figure 72: Iran’s oil infrastructure
Figure 73: Iran’s Main Natural Gas Fields
Figure 74: Iran gas production, 1981−2019 (billion cubic feet a day)
Figure 75: Iran gas production, 2009−19 (billion cubic feet a day)
Figure 76: Iran gas consumption, 1981−2019 (billion cubic feet a day)
Figure 77: Iran gas consumption, 2009−19 (billion cubic feet a day)
Figure 78: Iran gas production and consumption, 2009−19 (billion cubic feet a day)
Figure 79: Iran gas exports, 2019
Figure 80: Iran’s Natural Gas Infrastructure
Figure 81: Iran, export of petrochemical products
Figure 82: Geographical scope of petrochemical complexes and projects in Iran
Figure 83: Iran petrochemicals production capacity (million tonnes a year), 2009-19
Figure 84: Iran petrochemicals exports by month ($bn), April 2018-March 2019
Figure 85: Iran petrochemicals exports by country ($bn), April 2018-March 2019
Figure 86: The West Ethylene Pipeline
Figure 87: Total oil, gas, and petrochemical awards, 2010-2020* ($m)
Figure 88: Iraq crude oil exports, 2019 (thousands b/d)
Figure 89: Market Destinations of Basrah Crudes (Basrah Heavy and Basrah Light), %, May-June 2019
Figure 90: Iraq petroleum infrastructure
Figure 91: Ines government capital expenditure forecast, 2012-2030
Figure 92: Breakdown of cumulative expenditure, 2012−2030
Figure 93: Main hydrocarbon basins and fields in Iraq
Figure 94: Iraq oil production, 2000−2019 (thousand b/d)
Figure 95: Iraq oil production, 2010−2030 (million b/d)


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