Saudi Arabia Midstream Oil and Gas Industry Outlook to 2022-Market Forecasts for Oil Storage, Pipelines and Gas Processing

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"Saudi Arabia Midstream Oil and Gas Industry Outlook to 2022-Market Forecasts for Oil Storage, Pipelines and Gas Processing", is a comprehensive report on midstream oil and gas industry in Saudi Arabia. The report provides details such as name, type, operational status and operator for all active and planned (new build) oil storage terminals, major trunk pipelines and gas processing plants in Saudi Arabia till 2022. Further, the report also offers recent developmets and latest contracts awarded in the country's midstream sector.

Scope:
-Updated information related to all active and planned oil storage terminals, major trunk pipelines and gas processing plants in the country, including operator and equity details
-Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity and initial public offerings in the country's midstream oil and gas industry, where available
-Latest developments and awarded contracts related to midstream oil and gas industry in the country

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Reasons to buy:
-Gain a strong understanding of the country's midstream oil and gas industry
-Facilitate decision making on the basis of strong historic and forecast of capacity data
-Assess your competitor's major oil storage terminals, major trunk pipelines and gas processing plants in the country
-Analyze the latest developments and awarded contracts related to the country's midstream oil and gas industry

Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents 1
1.1. List of Tables 4
1.2. List of Figures 6
2. Introduction 7
2.1. What is This Report About-7
2.2. Market Definition 7
3. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry 9
3.1. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Key Data 9
3.2. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Overview 9
3.3. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Storage Operations 9
3.3.1. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Total Storage Capacity 9
3.4. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Storage Capacity Share by Area 11
3.5. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Storage Capacity by Major Companies 12
3.6. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Storage Capacity by Terminal 14
3.7. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Asset Details 15
3.7.1. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Active Asset Details 15
3.7.1. Saudi Arabia Oil Storage Industry, Planned Asset Details 35
4. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry 37
4.1. Saudi Arabia Oil Pipelines 37
4.1.1. Saudi Arabia Oil Pipelines, Key Data 37
4.1.2. Saudi Arabia Oil Pipelines, Overview 37
4.2. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Crude Oil Pipeline Length by Company 38
4.3. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Crude Oil Pipelines 39
4.4. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Petroleum Products Pipeline Length by Company 42
4.5. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Petroleum Products Pipelines 42
4.6. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, NGL Pipeline Length by Company 44
4.7. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, NGL Pipelines 44
4.8. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Oil Pipelines Asset Details 45
4.8.1. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Oil Pipelines Active Asset Details 45
4.8.2. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Oil Pipelines Planned Asset Details 104
4.9. Saudi Arabia Gas Pipelines 108
4.9.1. Saudi Arabia Gas Pipelines, Key Data 108
4.9.2. Saudi Arabia Gas Pipelines, Overview 108
4.10. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Natural Gas Pipeline Length by Company 108
4.11. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Natural Gas Pipelines 109
4.12. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Gas Pipelines Asset Details 112
4.12.1. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Gas Pipelines Active Asset Details 112
4.12.2. Saudi Arabia Oil and Gas Pipelines Industry, Gas Pipelines Planned Asset Details 143
5. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry 145
5.1. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Key Data 145
5.2. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Overview 145
5.3. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Gas Processing Capacity by Company 145
5.4. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Processing Plant Number by Facility Type 146
5.5. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Capacity Contribution of Various Provinces 147
5.6. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Active Gas Processing Capacity 148
5.7. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Planned Gas Processing Capacity 149
5.8. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Asset Details 150
5.8.1. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Active Asset Details 150
5.8.2. Saudi Arabia Gas Processing Industry, Planned Asset Details 164
6. Recent Contracts 169
6.1. Detailed Contract Summary 169
6.1.1. Awarded Contracts 169

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7. Recent Developments 196
7.1. Other Significant Developments 196
7.1.1. May 18, 2017: CPP Completes First Hot Tapping In Saudi Arabia 196
7.1.2. Mar 30, 2017: CPP: Site Work Started In Ras Tanura Pipeline Project 196
7.1.3. Dec 23, 2016: CPP Starts Hot Tapping Work For MGS In Saudi Arabia 196
7.1.4. Oct 17, 2016: Saudi Aramco Updates On Midyan Gas Plant 196
7.1.5. Sep 26, 2016: Saudi Aramco To Invest Around $334bn In Infrastructure And Projects By 2025 199
7.1.6. Sep 26, 2016: CPP Kicks Off Ras Tanura Pipeline Project 199
7.1.7. Sep 20, 2016: Saudi Aramco Contains Minor Fire At Ras Tanura 200
7.1.8. Aug 16, 2016: Petrofac, Tecnicas Reunidas May Secure Contracts For Uthmaniyah And Ras Tanura Projects 200
7.2. New Contracts Announcements 201
7.2.1. Apr 27, 2017: SNC-Lavalin Wins Engineering And Project Management Services Contract For Gas Oil Separation Plant In Saudi Arabia 201
7.2.2. Apr 24, 2017: SNC-Lavalin Wins Contract To Perform Design Work For Gas-Oil Separation Plant Expansion At Berri Oilfield 201
7.2.3. Apr 17, 2017: Punj Lloyd Awarded Project Worth INR 312 Crore In Saudi Arabia 202
7.2.4. Mar 02, 2017: CPP Signs First Procurement Contract In Ras Tanura Project 202
7.2.5. Oct 28, 2016: Hyundai E&C Wins $735 mln Order From Aramco To Build Gas Processing Plant 203
7.2.6. Sep 19, 2016: Saudi KAD Awarded Contract To Execute Pipeline Projects Under Saudi Aramco's Master Gas Program Phase II and Fadhili Gas Program 203
8. Appendix 204
8.1. Abbreviations 204
8.2. Methodology 204
9.2.1. Coverage 204
9.2.2. Secondary Research 204
9.3. Contact Us 205
9.4. Disclaimer 205

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