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InfieldLive hosts all of the information which supports your Offshore Energy Database data subscriptions. Login to run online searches, export results and download the entire data set to use offline.
InfieldRigs online service tracks the global offshore jackup, drillship, semisub and tender rig fleets, providing: dayrates, contract information, regional utilisation and detailed information about each drilling unit.
InfieldMaps online interactive mapping system offers optional layers, both geographic and infrastructure specific and allows the user to interrogate these layers to create custom maps of offshore field developments globally.
Model which assesses the breakeven economics of future offshore oil and gas fields/developments. Oil price and discount rate sensitive. Useful for: ranking project viability, decommissioning overviews, infrastructure EPIC Capex overview.
Infield Reports provides an easily accessible sector-specific overview, highlighting key themes, regional capex trends and companies active within the market over a ten year historical and forecast timeframe.
Online business intelligence dashboard which increases the analytical value of our reports and trackers by delivering them via an interactive system that dynamically updates its views based on user choices.
The Offshore Energy Database LNG and GTL data set provides information about onshore and offshore Liquefied Natural Gas (both for LNG Liquefaction and LNG Regasification) and Gas to Liquids projects. LNG production facilities take natural gas (methane and ethane) and liquefy it at cryogenic temperatures. This allows for the simple transportation of gas from production areas which are remote from existing or planned infrastructures. LNG Regasification is where the LNG is turned back into gas close to the point of demand.
Oil has been the most important source of energy for power generation over the last century and has been the choice of fuel for transport, industrial and domestic usage. While oil also has been one of the most important drivers of global geopolitics for the last several decades, natural gas is poised to compete with oil for this role in the foreseeable future. This is largely due to the growth of LNG which is globalising gas markets, as well as the advent of shale gas which could have a significant impact on supply and demand fundamentals by the end of this decade.
Furthermore, the growing realisation that cleaner fuels are vital for the future of the planet will enable natural gas to become an increasingly important source of fuel for power generation worldwide.
Indeed increasing electricity consumption worldwide has led to growth in the construction of power stations which use natural gas rather than oil. Power stations that are natural gas-fired have a short lead time and are relatively inexpensive to build, and these factors enhance the benefits of natural gas as a source of energy for power generation.
There are still abundant stocks of natural gas and the Infield LNG-GTL database identifies current plans to develop these through the LNG or GTL technologies.
For each LNG / GTL plant or facility the following information is provided:
The LNG and GTL Online and the Onshore Terminals Online data sets are available within the same InfieldLive module. LNG and GTL Online can be purchased separately from Onshore Terminals Online set or together as a complete module. You can also add associated the Single Point Moorings data –through Onshore Loading Systems Online, which is only available for Onshore Terminals Online.
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