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Top Ten Global Energy Trends in 2011

Published Date : 31-Mar-2011
No. of pages : 95

Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents... 4
1.1 List of Tables... 7
1.2 List of Figures... 8
2 Top Ten Global Energy Trends In 2011... 9
2.1 Report Guidance... 9
3 Global Total Energy Consumption Gaining Recovery In 2011... 10
3.1 Global Energy Consumption Gaining Recovery In 2011... 10
3.2 Global Energy Mix 2011... 12
3.3 Global Economic Overview... 13
3.4 Key Factors Affecting the Global Energy Consumption... 14
3.4.1 Policies and Technological Advancement Will Drive the 
Growth of Renewable Energy Thereby ... 14
3.4.2 Stable Commodity Prices and Availability of Supplies 
Will Play a Crucial Role in Energy Consumption... 14
4 Global Energy Spending Set to Accelerate in 2011... 15
4.1 Exploration and Production Capital Expenditure to Lead 
the Growth In 2011... 16
4.2 Asia-Pacific and the Middle East and Africa Will Be the 
Key Growth Regions In 2011.... 18
4.3 National Oil Companies Will Continue to Drive Oil and 
Gas Investment in 2011... 20
4.4 Key Factors Affecting the Capex In 2011... 22
4.4.1 Global Economic Recovery and Stability in Crude Oil 
Price Will Be a Key Factor in the Spending Growth... 22
4.4.2 Global Offshore Drilling Spend Continues to Increase 
In 2011... 22
4.4.3 Major Discoveries Along With Future Planned Projects 
Will Boost Spending... 22
5 High Environmental Safety Concerns in the Aftermath of 
the US GOM Oil Spill Will Lead to Tighter ... 24
5.1 The US Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Disaster – One of the 
Worst in History... 24
5.2 Effects of the Spill on the Offshore Oil and Gas 
Industry... 28
5.3 Aftermath of the Spill Leading To Tighter Regulations 
and Standards... 29
5.4 Moratorium on Offshore Drilling... 30
5.5 Impact of the Spill on Offshore Costs... 30
6 Global Corporate M&A and Asset Transactions in the Oil and 
Gas Sector Are Likely to Witness a Rise in 2011... 32
6.1 Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity in 2010... 33
6.2 Top 10 Deals, 2010, by Deal Value... 34
6.3 Total Upstream Sector Deal Activity in 2010... 36
6.4 Upstream Deal Activity, by Geography... 38
6.5 Total Downstream Sector Deal Activity in 2010... 41
6.6 Downstream Deal Activity, by Geography... 43
7 Success of the Unconventional Oil and Gas Sector in North 
America Will Increase the Interest in ... 46
7.1 North America Leading the Way in the Unconventional Oil and 
Gas Sector... 46
7.2 Success in North America is Likely to Increase the 
Attractiveness of Unconventional Resources in ... 46
7.3 Key Factors Affecting the Development of Unconventional 
Resources... 48
7.3.1 Higher Drilling Costs Might Delay the Shale Gas 
Development in Europe... 48
7.3.2 Environmental Impact is a Serious Concern for the 
Industry... 48
7.3.3 Excess Supply of Natural Gas Might Act as a Deterrent 
for the Industry... 50
7.3.4 Stable Oil and Gas Prices Will Be a Critical Factor in the 
Growth of the Industry... 51
8 Delay in the Implementation of Carbon Emission Laws May 
Hamper the Growth of Renewables... 52
8.1 Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions... 53
8.2 Carbon Emissions from Thermal Power Plants... 56
8.3 Carbon Laws Are Getting Delayed Across the Globe... 57
8.3.1 No Concrete Measures Taken Under Copenhagen and 
Bonn Summits for UN Nations... 57
8.4 Climate Bills Being Delayed... 59
8.4.1 The US Climate Bill Delayed... 59
8.4.2 Australia’s CPRS Delayed Until 2012... 60
8.4.3 Japan’s Climate Bill Delayed in 2010... 60
8.5 Renewable Energy, An Overview... 61
8.6 Renewable Energy Policies... 61
8.7 Impact of Delay in Realization of Carbon Laws Pose a 
Threat for Potential Growth of Renewables... 62
9 Deregulation of Utilities and Open Access to Electricity 
Distribution, Key for Power Industry Growth ... 63
9.1 Regulation – Traditional Scenario... 63
9.2 Deregulation – A Historical Perspective... 64
9.3 Economies Move towards Electricity Deregulation... 64
9.4 Need for Deregulation... 65
9.5 Impact of Deregulation on Services and Programs... 65
9.6 Open Access Electricity Distribution Opens Road for 
Competitive Market... 66
9.7 Communal and Deliberative Measures Required for Reforms in 
Deregulated Electricity Market... 66
10 Asia–Pacific and Middle East and Africa Will Continue to Lead 
the Refining Industry Recovery in 2011... 67
10.1 With Recovering Product Demand and Refining Margins 
Global Refining Industry is on a Course... 68
10.2 Refining Capacity is Continuing to Increase Globally... 70
10.3 Asia–Pacific, the Middle East and Africa Leading the 
Growth in Global Refining Capacity... 77
10.4 Key Issues in the Global Refining Industry... 78
10.4.1 Stringent Environmental Regulations, a Major Factor 
Affecting the Refining Industry... 78
10.4.2 Heavy Crude Oil and the Demand for Light Petroleum 
Products Add to the Costs... 78
10.4.3 Changing Product Dynamics, a Key Determinant in the 
Global Refining Industry... 78
10.4.4 Gross Refining Margins... 79
11 Bio-Fuels Continue to Grow as an Alternative Fuel Option 
Driven by Regulations and Energy Security ... 80
11.1 Renewable Fuel Standards and Mandatory Blending 
Targets are the Key Driving Factors... 80
11.2 Global Bio-fuel Market, Deals... 85
11.3 Global Bio-fuel Production to Grow in 2011... 86
11.4 Sustainability and Availability of Usable Land Will Be a 
Crucial Challenge to Surpass... 87
12 Rising Energy Demand and Increasing Focus on Energy 
Efficiency Asserts Attractiveness of ... 88
12.1 Incentives and a Minimum Level of Standards Are Key Drivers 
for the Green Building Sector... 88
12.2 Policies Instrumental to Support Future Smart Grid 
Developments... 89
12.2.1 Global Smart Grid Deployment Status... 89
12.2.2 Smart Grid Standards... 90
12.3 Waste to Energy Emerging as a Major Industry in Managing 
Waste and a Way of Clean Energy Along with ... 92
12.3.1 Improved Emission Controls and Eligibility for Tax Incentives 
and Carbon Credits Driving the Industry Growth... 92
12.3.2 Landfill Legislations... 92

List of Tables
1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Region, 
2006–2011... 11
Table 2: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Fuel Type, 
2006–2011... 12
Table 3: GDP Growth Rate, %, Global and Major Countries, 
2008–2011... 13
Table 4: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, 2006–2011... 16
Table 5: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Sub-Sector , 
2006–2011... 17
Table 6: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Region, 
2006–2011... 19
Table 7: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Company Type, 
2006–2011... 21
Table 8: The US, Major Historical Oil Spills... 26
Table 9: Largest Oil Well Blowouts, by Volume as of September 
6, 2010... 27
Table 10: The US Gulf of Mexico, Oil Reserves, Million Barrels, 
2005–2008... 31
Table 11: Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 33
Table 12: Top Ten Oil and Gas Deals, 2010, by Deal Value ($bn)... 35
Table 13: Global Upstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 37
Table 14: Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, ($bn),  
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 39
Table 15: Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, Q1 
2008–Q4 2010... 40
Table 16: Global Downstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 42
Table 17: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, ($bn),  
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 44
Table 18: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, 
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 45
Table 19: Global Carbon Emissions from Consumption of Energy, 
2008... 53
Table 20: Global, Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Countries, Billion Tonnes, 
2007–2025... 54
Table 21: Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Coal Plants, (Billion Tonnes), 
2008–2020... 56
Table 22: Global Countries Engagement Under Copenhagen Accord, 
2010... 58
Table 23: Crude Oil and Petroleum Products Demand (Billion Barrels), 
2009–2015... 68
Table 24: Global Refining Capacity (MMTPA) by Region and Year-on-
Year Growth Rate(%), 2000–2015... 72
Table 25: Major Upcoming Refinery Projects, 2011–2015... 73
Table 26: Key Bio-fuel Tax Credit, the US, 2010... 81
Table 27: Renewable Fuel Standards (Billion Gallons Per Year), 
the US, 2010–2022... 82
Table 28: Subsidy Cost ($) per metric ton of CO2 equivalent , 
Europe, 2010... 83
Table 29: Mandatory Blending Targets, (%), Europe, 2009... 84
Table 30: Global Bio-fuel Market, Deal Share by Type, 2010... 85
Table 31: Bio-fuel Market, Global, Production (Billion bpd), 
2005–2011... 86

List of Figures
1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Region, 
2006–2011... 10
Figure 2: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Fuel Type, 
2006–2011... 12
Figure 3: Global and Major Countries, GDP Growth Rate, %, 
2008–2011... 13
Figure 4: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, 2006–2011... 15
Figure 5: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Sub-Sector, 
2006–2011... 17
Figure 6: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Region, 
2006–2011... 19
Figure 7: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Company Type, 
2006–2011... 21
Figure 8: Projected Spread of Oil Spill on May 7,2010... 25
Figure 9: The US Gulf of Mexico, Oil Reserves, Million Barrels, 
2005–2008... 30
Figure 10: Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 33
Figure 11: Top Ten Oil and Gas Deals, 2010, by Deal Value ($bn)... 34
Figure 12: Global Upstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 36
Figure 13:Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, ($bn), 
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 38
Figure 14: Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, Q1 
2008–Q4 2010... 40
Figure 15: Global Downstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 41
Figure 16: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, 
($bn), Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 43
Figure 17: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, 
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 45
Figure 18: Global Carbon Emissions from Consumption of 
Energy, 2008... 53
Figure 19: Global, Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Countries, 
Billion Tonnes, 2007–2025... 54
Figure 20: Global, Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Fuel Type, 
Billion Tonnes, 1990–2025... 55
Figure 21: Global Air Pollution, Carbon Dioxide Emissions from 
Coal Plants, Billion Tonnes, 2008–2020... 56
Figure 22: Global Countries Engagement Under Copenhagen 
Accord, 2010... 57
Figure 23: Crude Oil and Petroleum Products Demand (Billion Barrels), 
2009–2015... 68
Figure 24: The US Gulf Coast, Quarterly Gross Refining 
Margins($/Barrel),  2006–2010... 69
Figure 25: Global Refining Capacity (MMTPA) by Region and 
Year-on-Year Growth Rate(%), 2000–2015... 71
Figure 26: Renewable Fuel Standards (Billion Gallons Per Year), 
the US, 2010–2022... 82
Figure 27: Global Bio-fuel Market, Deal Share by Type, 2010... 85
Figure 28: Bio-fuel Market, Global, Production (Billion bpd), 
2005–2011... 86
Figure 29: NIST Consensus Standards , Key Objectives, 2009... 91

Summary

Top Ten Global Energy Trends in 2011 analysis the global energy
industry in the current scenario and provides an outlook for 2011. 
The report covers the analysis  and key statistics on the crude oil,
natural gas, refining, unconventional oil and gas sector, power and 
other related sectors. The report has global geographical scope. It 
also covers the impact of the GOM oil spill on the oil and gas industry. 
The report analyses the rise of the unconventional oil and gas sector. 
It also covers the alternative fuels industry such as biofuels and also 
the clean technology industry. This report is built using data and 
information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary 
research and in-house analysis by - team of industry experts.

In 2009, global energy consumption was at 11.05 Btoe (billion tonnes 
of oil equivalent), which was a decrease of 2.2% from 11.3 Btoe in 2008. 
The global financial crisis, followed by the global economic slowdown, resulted 
in a decreased demand for products. This had a negative impact on energy 
consumption toward the end of 2008 which continued throughout 2009. The 
developed economies were the most affected by the economic slowdown, 
explaining the decline in energy consumption in these countries. However, 
the high economic growth in the emerging economies, such as India and 
China, sustained the demand for energy in 2009. After the 2009 slump, the 
global economies recovered, thereby increasing energy consumption in 2010. 
The total global energy consumption was about 11.26 Btoe in 2010 with a 
growth rate of 1.9% from 2009.

Scope

The report analyses market opportunities and challenges in the global pipeline 
industry. Its scope includes -
- Key geographies including Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, 
North America and South and Central America.
- Qualitative analysis of key success factors and trends in the global energy 
industry including oil and gas, refining, power and related sectors
- Key statistics on global energy consumption, global capital expenditure in the 
oil and gas industry by sub sector and company type, refining capacity, biofuel 
market, etc. to 2011
- Global oil and gas and biofuel market merger and acquisition and deal analysis 
by deal type is included
- Effect of the US Gulf of Mexico oil spill on the oil and gas industry
- Success of the unconventional oil and gas sector and the outlook for 2011 
is analysed
- Effect of the delay in implementation of the carbon emission laws on the 
renewable energy sector in analysed

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and 
time sensitive manner. It will allow you to -
- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the 
global energy industry
- Identify opportunities and challenges in the global energy industry.
- Increase future revenues and profitability with the help of insights into the 
future opportunities and critical success factors in the global energy industry.
- Make more informed business decisions from the insightful and in-depth 
analysis of the global energy industry and the factors shaping it

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Equipment ID   : 1149
Equipment name   : Top Ten Global Energy Trends in 2011 - Research Report
Category   : Research Reports
Specifications   : Name of the Report :
Top Ten Global Energy Trends in 2011

Published Date : 31-Mar-2011
No. of pages : 95

Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents... 4
1.1 List of Tables... 7
1.2 List of Figures... 8
2 Top Ten Global Energy Trends In 2011... 9
2.1 Report Guidance... 9
3 Global Total Energy Consumption Gaining Recovery In 2011... 10
3.1 Global Energy Consumption Gaining Recovery In 2011... 10
3.2 Global Energy Mix 2011... 12
3.3 Global Economic Overview... 13
3.4 Key Factors Affecting the Global Energy Consumption... 14
3.4.1 Policies and Technological Advancement Will Drive the 
Growth of Renewable Energy Thereby ... 14
3.4.2 Stable Commodity Prices and Availability of Supplies 
Will Play a Crucial Role in Energy Consumption... 14
4 Global Energy Spending Set to Accelerate in 2011... 15
4.1 Exploration and Production Capital Expenditure to Lead 
the Growth In 2011... 16
4.2 Asia-Pacific and the Middle East and Africa Will Be the 
Key Growth Regions In 2011.... 18
4.3 National Oil Companies Will Continue to Drive Oil and 
Gas Investment in 2011... 20
4.4 Key Factors Affecting the Capex In 2011... 22
4.4.1 Global Economic Recovery and Stability in Crude Oil 
Price Will Be a Key Factor in the Spending Growth... 22
4.4.2 Global Offshore Drilling Spend Continues to Increase 
In 2011... 22
4.4.3 Major Discoveries Along With Future Planned Projects 
Will Boost Spending... 22
5 High Environmental Safety Concerns in the Aftermath of 
the US GOM Oil Spill Will Lead to Tighter ... 24
5.1 The US Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Disaster – One of the 
Worst in History... 24
5.2 Effects of the Spill on the Offshore Oil and Gas 
Industry... 28
5.3 Aftermath of the Spill Leading To Tighter Regulations 
and Standards... 29
5.4 Moratorium on Offshore Drilling... 30
5.5 Impact of the Spill on Offshore Costs... 30
6 Global Corporate M&A and Asset Transactions in the Oil and 
Gas Sector Are Likely to Witness a Rise in 2011... 32
6.1 Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity in 2010... 33
6.2 Top 10 Deals, 2010, by Deal Value... 34
6.3 Total Upstream Sector Deal Activity in 2010... 36
6.4 Upstream Deal Activity, by Geography... 38
6.5 Total Downstream Sector Deal Activity in 2010... 41
6.6 Downstream Deal Activity, by Geography... 43
7 Success of the Unconventional Oil and Gas Sector in North 
America Will Increase the Interest in ... 46
7.1 North America Leading the Way in the Unconventional Oil and 
Gas Sector... 46
7.2 Success in North America is Likely to Increase the 
Attractiveness of Unconventional Resources in ... 46
7.3 Key Factors Affecting the Development of Unconventional 
Resources... 48
7.3.1 Higher Drilling Costs Might Delay the Shale Gas 
Development in Europe... 48
7.3.2 Environmental Impact is a Serious Concern for the 
Industry... 48
7.3.3 Excess Supply of Natural Gas Might Act as a Deterrent 
for the Industry... 50
7.3.4 Stable Oil and Gas Prices Will Be a Critical Factor in the 
Growth of the Industry... 51
8 Delay in the Implementation of Carbon Emission Laws May 
Hamper the Growth of Renewables... 52
8.1 Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions... 53
8.2 Carbon Emissions from Thermal Power Plants... 56
8.3 Carbon Laws Are Getting Delayed Across the Globe... 57
8.3.1 No Concrete Measures Taken Under Copenhagen and 
Bonn Summits for UN Nations... 57
8.4 Climate Bills Being Delayed... 59
8.4.1 The US Climate Bill Delayed... 59
8.4.2 Australia’s CPRS Delayed Until 2012... 60
8.4.3 Japan’s Climate Bill Delayed in 2010... 60
8.5 Renewable Energy, An Overview... 61
8.6 Renewable Energy Policies... 61
8.7 Impact of Delay in Realization of Carbon Laws Pose a 
Threat for Potential Growth of Renewables... 62
9 Deregulation of Utilities and Open Access to Electricity 
Distribution, Key for Power Industry Growth ... 63
9.1 Regulation – Traditional Scenario... 63
9.2 Deregulation – A Historical Perspective... 64
9.3 Economies Move towards Electricity Deregulation... 64
9.4 Need for Deregulation... 65
9.5 Impact of Deregulation on Services and Programs... 65
9.6 Open Access Electricity Distribution Opens Road for 
Competitive Market... 66
9.7 Communal and Deliberative Measures Required for Reforms in 
Deregulated Electricity Market... 66
10 Asia–Pacific and Middle East and Africa Will Continue to Lead 
the Refining Industry Recovery in 2011... 67
10.1 With Recovering Product Demand and Refining Margins 
Global Refining Industry is on a Course... 68
10.2 Refining Capacity is Continuing to Increase Globally... 70
10.3 Asia–Pacific, the Middle East and Africa Leading the 
Growth in Global Refining Capacity... 77
10.4 Key Issues in the Global Refining Industry... 78
10.4.1 Stringent Environmental Regulations, a Major Factor 
Affecting the Refining Industry... 78
10.4.2 Heavy Crude Oil and the Demand for Light Petroleum 
Products Add to the Costs... 78
10.4.3 Changing Product Dynamics, a Key Determinant in the 
Global Refining Industry... 78
10.4.4 Gross Refining Margins... 79
11 Bio-Fuels Continue to Grow as an Alternative Fuel Option 
Driven by Regulations and Energy Security ... 80
11.1 Renewable Fuel Standards and Mandatory Blending 
Targets are the Key Driving Factors... 80
11.2 Global Bio-fuel Market, Deals... 85
11.3 Global Bio-fuel Production to Grow in 2011... 86
11.4 Sustainability and Availability of Usable Land Will Be a 
Crucial Challenge to Surpass... 87
12 Rising Energy Demand and Increasing Focus on Energy 
Efficiency Asserts Attractiveness of ... 88
12.1 Incentives and a Minimum Level of Standards Are Key Drivers 
for the Green Building Sector... 88
12.2 Policies Instrumental to Support Future Smart Grid 
Developments... 89
12.2.1 Global Smart Grid Deployment Status... 89
12.2.2 Smart Grid Standards... 90
12.3 Waste to Energy Emerging as a Major Industry in Managing 
Waste and a Way of Clean Energy Along with ... 92
12.3.1 Improved Emission Controls and Eligibility for Tax Incentives 
and Carbon Credits Driving the Industry Growth... 92
12.3.2 Landfill Legislations... 92

List of Tables
1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Region, 
2006–2011... 11
Table 2: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Fuel Type, 
2006–2011... 12
Table 3: GDP Growth Rate, %, Global and Major Countries, 
2008–2011... 13
Table 4: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, 2006–2011... 16
Table 5: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Sub-Sector , 
2006–2011... 17
Table 6: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Region, 
2006–2011... 19
Table 7: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Company Type, 
2006–2011... 21
Table 8: The US, Major Historical Oil Spills... 26
Table 9: Largest Oil Well Blowouts, by Volume as of September 
6, 2010... 27
Table 10: The US Gulf of Mexico, Oil Reserves, Million Barrels, 
2005–2008... 31
Table 11: Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 33
Table 12: Top Ten Oil and Gas Deals, 2010, by Deal Value ($bn)... 35
Table 13: Global Upstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 37
Table 14: Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, ($bn),  
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 39
Table 15: Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, Q1 
2008–Q4 2010... 40
Table 16: Global Downstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 42
Table 17: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, ($bn),  
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 44
Table 18: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, 
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 45
Table 19: Global Carbon Emissions from Consumption of Energy, 
2008... 53
Table 20: Global, Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Countries, Billion Tonnes, 
2007–2025... 54
Table 21: Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Coal Plants, (Billion Tonnes), 
2008–2020... 56
Table 22: Global Countries Engagement Under Copenhagen Accord, 
2010... 58
Table 23: Crude Oil and Petroleum Products Demand (Billion Barrels), 
2009–2015... 68
Table 24: Global Refining Capacity (MMTPA) by Region and Year-on-
Year Growth Rate(%), 2000–2015... 72
Table 25: Major Upcoming Refinery Projects, 2011–2015... 73
Table 26: Key Bio-fuel Tax Credit, the US, 2010... 81
Table 27: Renewable Fuel Standards (Billion Gallons Per Year), 
the US, 2010–2022... 82
Table 28: Subsidy Cost ($) per metric ton of CO2 equivalent , 
Europe, 2010... 83
Table 29: Mandatory Blending Targets, (%), Europe, 2009... 84
Table 30: Global Bio-fuel Market, Deal Share by Type, 2010... 85
Table 31: Bio-fuel Market, Global, Production (Billion bpd), 
2005–2011... 86

List of Figures
1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Region, 
2006–2011... 10
Figure 2: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Fuel Type, 
2006–2011... 12
Figure 3: Global and Major Countries, GDP Growth Rate, %, 
2008–2011... 13
Figure 4: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, 2006–2011... 15
Figure 5: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Sub-Sector, 
2006–2011... 17
Figure 6: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Region, 
2006–2011... 19
Figure 7: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Company Type, 
2006–2011... 21
Figure 8: Projected Spread of Oil Spill on May 7,2010... 25
Figure 9: The US Gulf of Mexico, Oil Reserves, Million Barrels, 
2005–2008... 30
Figure 10: Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 33
Figure 11: Top Ten Oil and Gas Deals, 2010, by Deal Value ($bn)... 34
Figure 12: Global Upstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 36
Figure 13:Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, ($bn), 
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 38
Figure 14: Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, Q1 
2008–Q4 2010... 40
Figure 15: Global Downstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 41
Figure 16: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, 
($bn), Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 43
Figure 17: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, 
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 45
Figure 18: Global Carbon Emissions from Consumption of 
Energy, 2008... 53
Figure 19: Global, Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Countries, 
Billion Tonnes, 2007–2025... 54
Figure 20: Global, Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Fuel Type, 
Billion Tonnes, 1990–2025... 55
Figure 21: Global Air Pollution, Carbon Dioxide Emissions from 
Coal Plants, Billion Tonnes, 2008–2020... 56
Figure 22: Global Countries Engagement Under Copenhagen 
Accord, 2010... 57
Figure 23: Crude Oil and Petroleum Products Demand (Billion Barrels), 
2009–2015... 68
Figure 24: The US Gulf Coast, Quarterly Gross Refining 
Margins($/Barrel),  2006–2010... 69
Figure 25: Global Refining Capacity (MMTPA) by Region and 
Year-on-Year Growth Rate(%), 2000–2015... 71
Figure 26: Renewable Fuel Standards (Billion Gallons Per Year), 
the US, 2010–2022... 82
Figure 27: Global Bio-fuel Market, Deal Share by Type, 2010... 85
Figure 28: Bio-fuel Market, Global, Production (Billion bpd), 
2005–2011... 86
Figure 29: NIST Consensus Standards , Key Objectives, 2009... 91

Summary

Top Ten Global Energy Trends in 2011 analysis the global energy
industry in the current scenario and provides an outlook for 2011. 
The report covers the analysis  and key statistics on the crude oil,
natural gas, refining, unconventional oil and gas sector, power and 
other related sectors. The report has global geographical scope. It 
also covers the impact of the GOM oil spill on the oil and gas industry. 
The report analyses the rise of the unconventional oil and gas sector. 
It also covers the alternative fuels industry such as biofuels and also 
the clean technology industry. This report is built using data and 
information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary 
research and in-house analysis by - team of industry experts.

In 2009, global energy consumption was at 11.05 Btoe (billion tonnes 
of oil equivalent), which was a decrease of 2.2% from 11.3 Btoe in 2008. 
The global financial crisis, followed by the global economic slowdown, resulted 
in a decreased demand for products. This had a negative impact on energy 
consumption toward the end of 2008 which continued throughout 2009. The 
developed economies were the most affected by the economic slowdown, 
explaining the decline in energy consumption in these countries. However, 
the high economic growth in the emerging economies, such as India and 
China, sustained the demand for energy in 2009. After the 2009 slump, the 
global economies recovered, thereby increasing energy consumption in 2010. 
The total global energy consumption was about 11.26 Btoe in 2010 with a 
growth rate of 1.9% from 2009.

Scope

The report analyses market opportunities and challenges in the global pipeline 
industry. Its scope includes -
- Key geographies including Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, 
North America and South and Central America.
- Qualitative analysis of key success factors and trends in the global energy 
industry including oil and gas, refining, power and related sectors
- Key statistics on global energy consumption, global capital expenditure in the 
oil and gas industry by sub sector and company type, refining capacity, biofuel 
market, etc. to 2011
- Global oil and gas and biofuel market merger and acquisition and deal analysis 
by deal type is included
- Effect of the US Gulf of Mexico oil spill on the oil and gas industry
- Success of the unconventional oil and gas sector and the outlook for 2011 
is analysed
- Effect of the delay in implementation of the carbon emission laws on the 
renewable energy sector in analysed

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and 
time sensitive manner. It will allow you to -
- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the 
global energy industry
- Identify opportunities and challenges in the global energy industry.
- Increase future revenues and profitability with the help of insights into the 
future opportunities and critical success factors in the global energy industry.
- Make more informed business decisions from the insightful and in-depth 
analysis of the global energy industry and the factors shaping it

Single User Price : $3,500
Site License Price : $7,000
Enterprisewide Price (Global Site License) : $10,500


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The facts of this report are believed to be correct at the time of publication but cannot be
guaranteed. Please note that the findings, conclusions and recommendations that the
publisher delivers will be based on information gathered in good faith from both primary
and secondary sources, whose accuracy we are not always in a position to guarantee.
As such the publisher accept no liability whatever for actions taken based on any
information that may subsequently prove to be incorrect.

To order this report, please send an email to mail@worldoils.com

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Global Energy Mix 2011
Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity in 2010
Downstream Deal Activity, by Geography
Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions
Climate Bills Being Delayed
Renewable Energy, An Overview
Regulation – Traditional Scenario
Need for Deregulation
Major Upcoming Refinery Projects, 2011–2015

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Equipment ID   : 1149
Equipment name   : Top Ten Global Energy Trends in 2011 - Research Report
Category   : Research Reports
 
Specifications  :
Name of the Report :
Top Ten Global Energy Trends in 2011

Published Date : 31-Mar-2011
No. of pages : 95

Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents... 4
1.1 List of Tables... 7
1.2 List of Figures... 8
2 Top Ten Global Energy Trends In 2011... 9
2.1 Report Guidance... 9
3 Global Total Energy Consumption Gaining Recovery In 2011... 10
3.1 Global Energy Consumption Gaining Recovery In 2011... 10
3.2 Global Energy Mix 2011... 12
3.3 Global Economic Overview... 13
3.4 Key Factors Affecting the Global Energy Consumption... 14
3.4.1 Policies and Technological Advancement Will Drive the 
Growth of Renewable Energy Thereby ... 14
3.4.2 Stable Commodity Prices and Availability of Supplies 
Will Play a Crucial Role in Energy Consumption... 14
4 Global Energy Spending Set to Accelerate in 2011... 15
4.1 Exploration and Production Capital Expenditure to Lead 
the Growth In 2011... 16
4.2 Asia-Pacific and the Middle East and Africa Will Be the 
Key Growth Regions In 2011.... 18
4.3 National Oil Companies Will Continue to Drive Oil and 
Gas Investment in 2011... 20
4.4 Key Factors Affecting the Capex In 2011... 22
4.4.1 Global Economic Recovery and Stability in Crude Oil 
Price Will Be a Key Factor in the Spending Growth... 22
4.4.2 Global Offshore Drilling Spend Continues to Increase 
In 2011... 22
4.4.3 Major Discoveries Along With Future Planned Projects 
Will Boost Spending... 22
5 High Environmental Safety Concerns in the Aftermath of 
the US GOM Oil Spill Will Lead to Tighter ... 24
5.1 The US Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Disaster – One of the 
Worst in History... 24
5.2 Effects of the Spill on the Offshore Oil and Gas 
Industry... 28
5.3 Aftermath of the Spill Leading To Tighter Regulations 
and Standards... 29
5.4 Moratorium on Offshore Drilling... 30
5.5 Impact of the Spill on Offshore Costs... 30
6 Global Corporate M&A and Asset Transactions in the Oil and 
Gas Sector Are Likely to Witness a Rise in 2011... 32
6.1 Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity in 2010... 33
6.2 Top 10 Deals, 2010, by Deal Value... 34
6.3 Total Upstream Sector Deal Activity in 2010... 36
6.4 Upstream Deal Activity, by Geography... 38
6.5 Total Downstream Sector Deal Activity in 2010... 41
6.6 Downstream Deal Activity, by Geography... 43
7 Success of the Unconventional Oil and Gas Sector in North 
America Will Increase the Interest in ... 46
7.1 North America Leading the Way in the Unconventional Oil and 
Gas Sector... 46
7.2 Success in North America is Likely to Increase the 
Attractiveness of Unconventional Resources in ... 46
7.3 Key Factors Affecting the Development of Unconventional 
Resources... 48
7.3.1 Higher Drilling Costs Might Delay the Shale Gas 
Development in Europe... 48
7.3.2 Environmental Impact is a Serious Concern for the 
Industry... 48
7.3.3 Excess Supply of Natural Gas Might Act as a Deterrent 
for the Industry... 50
7.3.4 Stable Oil and Gas Prices Will Be a Critical Factor in the 
Growth of the Industry... 51
8 Delay in the Implementation of Carbon Emission Laws May 
Hamper the Growth of Renewables... 52
8.1 Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions... 53
8.2 Carbon Emissions from Thermal Power Plants... 56
8.3 Carbon Laws Are Getting Delayed Across the Globe... 57
8.3.1 No Concrete Measures Taken Under Copenhagen and 
Bonn Summits for UN Nations... 57
8.4 Climate Bills Being Delayed... 59
8.4.1 The US Climate Bill Delayed... 59
8.4.2 Australia’s CPRS Delayed Until 2012... 60
8.4.3 Japan’s Climate Bill Delayed in 2010... 60
8.5 Renewable Energy, An Overview... 61
8.6 Renewable Energy Policies... 61
8.7 Impact of Delay in Realization of Carbon Laws Pose a 
Threat for Potential Growth of Renewables... 62
9 Deregulation of Utilities and Open Access to Electricity 
Distribution, Key for Power Industry Growth ... 63
9.1 Regulation – Traditional Scenario... 63
9.2 Deregulation – A Historical Perspective... 64
9.3 Economies Move towards Electricity Deregulation... 64
9.4 Need for Deregulation... 65
9.5 Impact of Deregulation on Services and Programs... 65
9.6 Open Access Electricity Distribution Opens Road for 
Competitive Market... 66
9.7 Communal and Deliberative Measures Required for Reforms in 
Deregulated Electricity Market... 66
10 Asia–Pacific and Middle East and Africa Will Continue to Lead 
the Refining Industry Recovery in 2011... 67
10.1 With Recovering Product Demand and Refining Margins 
Global Refining Industry is on a Course... 68
10.2 Refining Capacity is Continuing to Increase Globally... 70
10.3 Asia–Pacific, the Middle East and Africa Leading the 
Growth in Global Refining Capacity... 77
10.4 Key Issues in the Global Refining Industry... 78
10.4.1 Stringent Environmental Regulations, a Major Factor 
Affecting the Refining Industry... 78
10.4.2 Heavy Crude Oil and the Demand for Light Petroleum 
Products Add to the Costs... 78
10.4.3 Changing Product Dynamics, a Key Determinant in the 
Global Refining Industry... 78
10.4.4 Gross Refining Margins... 79
11 Bio-Fuels Continue to Grow as an Alternative Fuel Option 
Driven by Regulations and Energy Security ... 80
11.1 Renewable Fuel Standards and Mandatory Blending 
Targets are the Key Driving Factors... 80
11.2 Global Bio-fuel Market, Deals... 85
11.3 Global Bio-fuel Production to Grow in 2011... 86
11.4 Sustainability and Availability of Usable Land Will Be a 
Crucial Challenge to Surpass... 87
12 Rising Energy Demand and Increasing Focus on Energy 
Efficiency Asserts Attractiveness of ... 88
12.1 Incentives and a Minimum Level of Standards Are Key Drivers 
for the Green Building Sector... 88
12.2 Policies Instrumental to Support Future Smart Grid 
Developments... 89
12.2.1 Global Smart Grid Deployment Status... 89
12.2.2 Smart Grid Standards... 90
12.3 Waste to Energy Emerging as a Major Industry in Managing 
Waste and a Way of Clean Energy Along with ... 92
12.3.1 Improved Emission Controls and Eligibility for Tax Incentives 
and Carbon Credits Driving the Industry Growth... 92
12.3.2 Landfill Legislations... 92

List of Tables
1.1 List of Tables
Table 1: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Region, 
2006–2011... 11
Table 2: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Fuel Type, 
2006–2011... 12
Table 3: GDP Growth Rate, %, Global and Major Countries, 
2008–2011... 13
Table 4: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, 2006–2011... 16
Table 5: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Sub-Sector , 
2006–2011... 17
Table 6: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Region, 
2006–2011... 19
Table 7: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Company Type, 
2006–2011... 21
Table 8: The US, Major Historical Oil Spills... 26
Table 9: Largest Oil Well Blowouts, by Volume as of September 
6, 2010... 27
Table 10: The US Gulf of Mexico, Oil Reserves, Million Barrels, 
2005–2008... 31
Table 11: Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 33
Table 12: Top Ten Oil and Gas Deals, 2010, by Deal Value ($bn)... 35
Table 13: Global Upstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 37
Table 14: Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, ($bn),  
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 39
Table 15: Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, Q1 
2008–Q4 2010... 40
Table 16: Global Downstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 42
Table 17: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, ($bn),  
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 44
Table 18: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, 
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 45
Table 19: Global Carbon Emissions from Consumption of Energy, 
2008... 53
Table 20: Global, Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Countries, Billion Tonnes, 
2007–2025... 54
Table 21: Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Coal Plants, (Billion Tonnes), 
2008–2020... 56
Table 22: Global Countries Engagement Under Copenhagen Accord, 
2010... 58
Table 23: Crude Oil and Petroleum Products Demand (Billion Barrels), 
2009–2015... 68
Table 24: Global Refining Capacity (MMTPA) by Region and Year-on-
Year Growth Rate(%), 2000–2015... 72
Table 25: Major Upcoming Refinery Projects, 2011–2015... 73
Table 26: Key Bio-fuel Tax Credit, the US, 2010... 81
Table 27: Renewable Fuel Standards (Billion Gallons Per Year), 
the US, 2010–2022... 82
Table 28: Subsidy Cost ($) per metric ton of CO2 equivalent , 
Europe, 2010... 83
Table 29: Mandatory Blending Targets, (%), Europe, 2009... 84
Table 30: Global Bio-fuel Market, Deal Share by Type, 2010... 85
Table 31: Bio-fuel Market, Global, Production (Billion bpd), 
2005–2011... 86

List of Figures
1.2 List of Figures
Figure 1: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Region, 
2006–2011... 10
Figure 2: Global Energy Consumption (Mtoe), by Fuel Type, 
2006–2011... 12
Figure 3: Global and Major Countries, GDP Growth Rate, %, 
2008–2011... 13
Figure 4: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure, 2006–2011... 15
Figure 5: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Sub-Sector, 
2006–2011... 17
Figure 6: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Region, 
2006–2011... 19
Figure 7: Global Oil and Gas Capital Expenditure ($bn), by Company Type, 
2006–2011... 21
Figure 8: Projected Spread of Oil Spill on May 7,2010... 25
Figure 9: The US Gulf of Mexico, Oil Reserves, Million Barrels, 
2005–2008... 30
Figure 10: Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 33
Figure 11: Top Ten Oil and Gas Deals, 2010, by Deal Value ($bn)... 34
Figure 12: Global Upstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 36
Figure 13:Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, ($bn), 
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 38
Figure 14: Global Upstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, Q1 
2008–Q4 2010... 40
Figure 15: Global Downstream Oil and Gas Deal Activity, Q1 2008–Q4 
2010... 41
Figure 16: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Value by Geography, 
($bn), Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 43
Figure 17: Global Downstream Oil and Gas, Deal Activity by Geography, 
Q1 2008–Q4 2010... 45
Figure 18: Global Carbon Emissions from Consumption of 
Energy, 2008... 53
Figure 19: Global, Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Countries, 
Billion Tonnes, 2007–2025... 54
Figure 20: Global, Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Fuel Type, 
Billion Tonnes, 1990–2025... 55
Figure 21: Global Air Pollution, Carbon Dioxide Emissions from 
Coal Plants, Billion Tonnes, 2008–2020... 56
Figure 22: Global Countries Engagement Under Copenhagen 
Accord, 2010... 57
Figure 23: Crude Oil and Petroleum Products Demand (Billion Barrels), 
2009–2015... 68
Figure 24: The US Gulf Coast, Quarterly Gross Refining 
Margins($/Barrel),  2006–2010... 69
Figure 25: Global Refining Capacity (MMTPA) by Region and 
Year-on-Year Growth Rate(%), 2000–2015... 71
Figure 26: Renewable Fuel Standards (Billion Gallons Per Year), 
the US, 2010–2022... 82
Figure 27: Global Bio-fuel Market, Deal Share by Type, 2010... 85
Figure 28: Bio-fuel Market, Global, Production (Billion bpd), 
2005–2011... 86
Figure 29: NIST Consensus Standards , Key Objectives, 2009... 91

Summary

Top Ten Global Energy Trends in 2011 analysis the global energy
industry in the current scenario and provides an outlook for 2011. 
The report covers the analysis  and key statistics on the crude oil,
natural gas, refining, unconventional oil and gas sector, power and 
other related sectors. The report has global geographical scope. It 
also covers the impact of the GOM oil spill on the oil and gas industry. 
The report analyses the rise of the unconventional oil and gas sector. 
It also covers the alternative fuels industry such as biofuels and also 
the clean technology industry. This report is built using data and 
information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary 
research and in-house analysis by - team of industry experts.

In 2009, global energy consumption was at 11.05 Btoe (billion tonnes 
of oil equivalent), which was a decrease of 2.2% from 11.3 Btoe in 2008. 
The global financial crisis, followed by the global economic slowdown, resulted 
in a decreased demand for products. This had a negative impact on energy 
consumption toward the end of 2008 which continued throughout 2009. The 
developed economies were the most affected by the economic slowdown, 
explaining the decline in energy consumption in these countries. However, 
the high economic growth in the emerging economies, such as India and 
China, sustained the demand for energy in 2009. After the 2009 slump, the 
global economies recovered, thereby increasing energy consumption in 2010. 
The total global energy consumption was about 11.26 Btoe in 2010 with a 
growth rate of 1.9% from 2009.

Scope

The report analyses market opportunities and challenges in the global pipeline 
industry. Its scope includes -
- Key geographies including Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and Africa, 
North America and South and Central America.
- Qualitative analysis of key success factors and trends in the global energy 
industry including oil and gas, refining, power and related sectors
- Key statistics on global energy consumption, global capital expenditure in the 
oil and gas industry by sub sector and company type, refining capacity, biofuel 
market, etc. to 2011
- Global oil and gas and biofuel market merger and acquisition and deal analysis 
by deal type is included
- Effect of the US Gulf of Mexico oil spill on the oil and gas industry
- Success of the unconventional oil and gas sector and the outlook for 2011 
is analysed
- Effect of the delay in implementation of the carbon emission laws on the 
renewable energy sector in analysed

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability in a more rapid and 
time sensitive manner. It will allow you to -
- Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the 
global energy industry
- Identify opportunities and challenges in the global energy industry.
- Increase future revenues and profitability with the help of insights into the 
future opportunities and critical success factors in the global energy industry.
- Make more informed business decisions from the insightful and in-depth 
analysis of the global energy industry and the factors shaping it

Single User Price : $3,500
Site License Price : $7,000
Enterprisewide Price (Global Site License) : $10,500


Disclaimer
All Rights Reserved.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted
in any form by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise,
without the prior permission of the publisher.

The facts of this report are believed to be correct at the time of publication but cannot be
guaranteed. Please note that the findings, conclusions and recommendations that the
publisher delivers will be based on information gathered in good faith from both primary
and secondary sources, whose accuracy we are not always in a position to guarantee.
As such the publisher accept no liability whatever for actions taken based on any
information that may subsequently prove to be incorrect.

To order this report, please send an email to mail@worldoils.com

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Search words (for official use only) :

Global Energy Consumption Gaining Recovery In 2011
Global Energy Mix 2011
Global Oil and Gas Deal Activity in 2010
Downstream Deal Activity, by Geography
Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions
Climate Bills Being Delayed
Renewable Energy, An Overview
Regulation – Traditional Scenario
Need for Deregulation
Major Upcoming Refinery Projects, 2011–2015

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------




     
 

To enquire on this equipment, please send an email to

The information contained herein is believed to be accurate but has not been verified. This equipment is subject to prior sale and sold “where-is as-is” with no warranties from Worldoils Pte Ltd or the Seller expressed or implied.
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