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China Petroleum & Natural Gas Drilling and Transmission Steel Pipe Market Report, 2012-2015

NEW YORK, Jan. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

China Petroleum & Natural Gas Drilling and Transmission Steel Pipe Market Report, 2012-2015

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Due to uncertainties including sluggish global economic recovery and volatile geopolitical environment in Middle East and North Africa since 2011, the global crude oil prices have long been lingering at as high as USD110/barrel, fueling the strong surge in the oil & gas exploration expenditure worldwide. Consequently, the demand for steel tube products such as oil well pipes and oil & gas transmission pipes has been greatly boosted.

In China petroleum & natural gas transmission market, "West-to-East natural gas transmission" project and offshore petroleum and natural gas resources exploitation during the 12th Five-year Planning period are expected to lead the tide of oil & gas pipeline construction. In China, the total length of oil & gas pipeline network will hit 150,000 km as of 2015, a sharp increase compared with the 82,000 km in 2011. During 2012-2015, a total of seven oil & gas transmission trunk networks and ten regional supporting pipe networks are scheduled to start construction in China, expecting to generate the demand for 11.38 million tons of SSAW and LSAW.

At present, SSAW and LSAW for petroleum & natural gas transmission in China witness high market concentrate rate, with the market share dominating by nine enterprises including Shandong Shengli Steel Pipe, Baoji Petroleum Steel Pipe and Panyu Chu Kong Steel Pipe and five affiliated companies under CNPC and Sinopec.

Oil Well Pipe Market

Due to China's robust demand for petroleum and natural gas in recent years, three leading petroleum tycoons - CNPC, CNOOC, and Sinopec - have increased their investment in petroleum exploitation. In 2012, CNPC and Sinopec planned to input RMB251.1 billion in exploitation and development, up 14% compared with that in 2011. As such, CNOOC spent more than RMB58 billion to intensify exploitation and development, with the respective investment in exploitation, development and production accounting for 17%, 68% and 14%. Driven by this, the oil well pipe market demand of China is expected to hit 4.7 million tons in 2015.

Oil Well Pipe Manufactures

In 2012, the annual capacity of oil well pipe of China realized 10.50 million tons. However, most oil well pipe enterprises can only produce API products. As a result, low-and medium-end products saw excess capacity, while some high-end products are short of supply and needed to import from other countries. Thus far, the supply pattern in China oil well pipe market has been relatively stable, with more than 80% market share being dominated by leading producers such as BaoSteel, Jiangsu Changbao Steel Tube, WSP Holdings Limited, Tianda Oil Pipe, and Valine Steel.

1. Global and China Petroleum & Natural Gas Market

1.1 Global Market

1.2 Chinese Market

2. Development of China Seamless Steel Pipe Industry

2.1 Production

2.2 Import & Export

2.3 Demand

3. Development of China Welding Steel Pipe Industry

3.1 Production

3.2 Import & Export

3.3 Demand

4. Demand for Pipe Used in Petroleum/Natural Gas Industry

4.1 Transmission Pipe

4.1.1 Market Scale

4.1.2 Market Competition

4.2 Oil Well Pipe

4.2.1 Market Scale

4.2.2 Market Competition

5. Major Domestic Manufacturers

5.1 BaoSteel

5.1.1 Profile

5.1.2 Operation

5.1.3 Steel Pipe Business

5.1.4 Steel Pipe Construction Project

5.2 Valine Steel

5.2.1 Profile

5.2.2 Operation

5.2.3 Steel Pipe Business

5.2.4 Business Performance Forecast

5.3 Tianjin Pipe (Group) Corporation

5.3.1 Profile

5.3.2 Operation

5.4 Pangang Group Chengdu Steel & Vanadium

5.4.1 Profile

5.4.2 Operation

5.5 Tianda Oil Pipe

5.5.1 Profile

5.5.2 Operation

5.6 Jiangsu Changbao Steel Tube

5.6.1 Profile

5.6.2 Operation

5.6.3 Revenue Structure

5.6.4 Gross Margin

5.6.5 Projects under Construction

5.6.6 Business Performance Forecast

5.7 Shandong Molong Petroleum Machinery

5.7.1 Profile

5.7.2 Operation

5.7.3 Revenue Structure

5.7.4 Gross Margin

5.7.5 Business Performance Forecast

5.8 Chengde Steel Pipe

5.8.1 Profile

5.8.2 Yangzhou Chengde Steel Pipe

5.9 WSP Holdings Limited

5.9.1 Profile

5.9.2 Operation

5.10 Jiangsu Zhenda Steel Tube Group

5.11 Baoji Petroleum Steel Pipe

5.12 Panyu Chu Kong Steel Pipe

5.12.1 Profile

5.12.2 Operation

5.13 Shandong Shengli Steel Pipe

5.13.1 Profile

5.13.2 Operation

5.14 Kingland Pipeline

5.14.1 Profile

5.14.2 Operation

5.14.3 Revenue Structure

5.14.4 Gross Margin

5.14.5 Planned Construction Projects

5.14.6 Business Performance Forecast

5.15 Jiangsu Yulong Steel Pipe

5.15.1 Profile

5.15.2 Operation

5.15.3 Revenue Structure

5.15.4 Gross Margin

5.15.5 Business Performance Forecast

Selected Charts

Global Petroleum Output and Consumption, 2006-2012

OPEC's Crude Oil Prices, 1990-2012

Global Natural Gas Output and Consumption, 2006-2012

China Petroleum Output and Consumption, 2006-2012

China Natural Gas Output and Consumption, 2006-2012

China Seamless Steel Pipe Output, 2006-2012

China's New Seamless Steel Pipe Production Lines, 2012

China Seamless Steel Pipe Export Volume, 2006-2012

China Seamless Steel Pipe Export Value, 2006-2012

China Seamless Steel Pipe Import Volume, 2006-2012

China Seamless Steel Pipe Import Value, 2006-2012

China Seamless Steel Pipe Apparent Consumption, 2006-2012

China Welding Steel Pipe Output, 2006-2012

China Welding Steel Pipe Export Volume, 2006-2012

China Welding Steel Pipe Export Value, 2006-2012

China Welding Steel Pipe Import Volume, 2006-2012

China Welding Steel Pipe Import Value, 2006-2012

China Welding Steel Pipe Apparent Consumption, 2006-2012

China Oil/Natural Gas Transmission Pipeline Length, 2006-2015E

Demand for Steel Pipe Used in China Oil/Natural Gas Transmission Trunk Network, 2012-2015

CNPC and CNOOC's Demand for Steel Pipe Used in Natural Gas Regional Supporting Pipe Network, 2011-2015

Capacities of Major SSAW/LSAW Producers in China, 2012

Global Oil Well Pipe Demand, 2010-2015

China Oil Well Pipe Demand, 2009-2015

Revenue and Net Income of BaoSteel, 2008-2012

Revenue of BaoSteel by Product, 2010-2012

Major Seamless Pipe Subsidiaries under BaoSteel, 2011

Steel Pipe Sales Volume of BaoSteel, 2008-2012

Revenue and Gross Margin from Steel Pipe Business of BaoSteel, 2009-2012

Revenue and Net Income of Valine Steel, 2008-2012

Revenue of Valine Steel by Product, 2010-2012

Gross Margin of Valine Steel, 2008-2012

Revenue and Gross Margin from Steel Pipe Business of Valine Steel, 2008-2012

Business Performance of Valine Steel, 2012-2014E

Major Product Series of Tianjin Pipe (Group) Corporation

Revenue and Net Income of Tianjin Pipe (Group) Corporation, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Tianjin Pipe (Group) Corporation, 2008-2012

Major Export Destinations of Steel Pipe Products of Tianjin Pipe (Group) Corporation, 2009-2011

Major Financial Indexes of Pangang Group Chengdu Steel & Vanadium, 2009-2011

Revenue and Net Income of Tianda Oil Pipe, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of Tianda Oil Pipe, 2006-2012

Major Production Lines of Jiangsu Changbao Steel Tube

Revenue and Net Income of Jiangsu Changbao Steel Tube, 2008-2012

Revenue of Jiangsu Changbao Steel Tube by Product, 2010-2012

Revenue of Jiangsu Changbao Steel Tube by Region, 2010-2012

Gross Margin of Jiangsu Changbao Steel Tube by Product, 2011-2012

Revenue and Net Income of Jiangsu Changbao Steel Tube, 2012-2014E

Revenue and Net Income of Shandong Molong Petroleum Machinery, 2008-2012

Revenue of Shandong Molong Petroleum Machinery by Product, 2010-2012

Revenue of Shandong Molong Petroleum Machinery by Region, 2010-2012

Gross Margin of Shandong Molong Petroleum Machinery by Product, 2008-2012

Revenue and Net Income of Shandong Molong Petroleum Machinery, 2012-2014E

Operating Revenue and Total Profit of Chengde Steel Pipe, 2007-2009

Sales and PBT of Yangzhou Chengde Steel Pipe, 2007-2009

Revenue and Net Income of WSP Holdings Limited, 2008-2012

Gross Margin of WSP Holdings Limited, 2006-2012

Sales of Baoji Petroleum Steel Pipe, 2008-2020

Capacity of Panyu Chu Kong Steel Pipe, 2006-2013

Revenue and Net Income of Panyu Chu Kong Steel Pipe, 2008-2014E

Gross Margin of Panyu Chu Kong Steel Pipe, 2008-2012

Revenue and Net Income of Shandong Shengli Steel Pipe, 2008-2013E

Gross Margin of Shandong Shengli Steel Pipe, 2008-2012

Revenue and Net Income of Kingland Pipeline, 2008-2012

Revenue of Kingland Pipeline by Product, 2010-2012

Revenue of Kingland Pipeline by Region, 2010-2012

Gross Margin of Kingland Pipeline by Product, 2008-2012

Recently Planned Construction Projects of Kingland Pipeline

Revenue and Net Income of Kingland Pipeline, 2012-2014E

Revenue and Net Income of Jiangsu Yulong Steel Pipe, 2008-2012

Revenue of Jiangsu Yulong Steel Pipe by Product, 2010-2012

Revenue of Jiangsu Yulong Steel Pipe by Region, 2010-2012

Gross Margin of Jiangsu Yulong Steel Pipe by Product, 2010-2012

Revenue and Net Income of Jiangsu Yulong Steel Pipe, 2012-2014

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