June 20, 2014 17:14 UTC

Research and Markets: Poland Shale Gas Industry Outlook to 2025 - Government Strategy and Companies Proclivity to Drive Shale Gas Exploration

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/9zmjbk/poland_shale_gas) has announced the addition of the "Poland Shale Gas Industry Outlook to 2025 - Government Strategy and Companies Proclivity to Drive Shale Gas Exploration" report to their offering.

Poland Shale Gas Industry Outlook to 2025 - Government Strategy and Companies Proclivity to Drive Shale Gas Exploration - presents a comprehensive analysis of the industry covering market size by number of shale gas concessions awarded and by number of shale gas wells drilled in the country. The report also entails information on technological prospects, key policy drivers, potential challenges and trends & developments in the industry. The report illustrates a competitive scenario of major players in the industry along with the market share of major companies on the basis of concessions awarded and shale gas wells drilled.

Key Topics Covered:

1. Poland Primary Energy Industry Introduction

2. Primary Energy Consumption Dynamics, 2007-2012

3. Poland Natural Gas Industry Introduction

4. Poland Natural Gas Industry Supply and Consumption Prospects, 2007-2012

5. Poland Shale Gas Industry Introduction

5.1. Shale Gas Reserves in Poland

5.2. Impact on Energy Security

5.3. Impact on the Economy

6. Poland Shale Gas Market Size, 2010-2013

6.1. By Number of Concessions Awarded, 2010-2013

6.2. By Number of Shale Gas Wells Drilled, 2010-2013

7. Technological Prospects

  • Prospecting & Exploration Aspects of Shale Gas
  • Road Map to Successful Shale Gas Exploration
  • Myths and Solutions to Exploration of Shale Gas
  • Production & Cost Estimates of Different E&P Activities over the years, 2010-2014

8. Key Policy Drivers in Poland Shale Gas Industry

  • Polish Legal Framework
  • Existing Regulations
  • Shale Gas Concessions in Poland
  • Tax Policy
  • Environment Policy

9. Potential Challenges in Poland Shale Gas Industry

9.1. Geo- political Factors

  • Impact of European Union Guidelines & Aid of European Countries For Shale Gas Exploration in Poland
  • Gas Pricing Scenario
  • Difference between Poland and the US shale gas Scenario

9.2. Geological factors

9.3. Indigenous Factors

  • Uncertain Commercial Recovery
  • Insufficient Infrastructure
  • Inadequate Administrative Regulations

9.4. Environmental Factors

10. Trends and Developments in the Poland Shale Gas Industry

11. Market Share of Major Players in Poland Shale Gas Market

11.1. By Number of Concessions Awarded, Company Wise, 2007-2013

11.2. By Number of Shale Gas well Drilled by each Company, 2010-2013

12. Polish Exploration and Production (E&P) Industry Organization (OPPPW) O&G companies investing in shale gas E&P

12.1. International

12.1.1. BNK Petroleum Inc.

12.1.2. San Leon Energy PLC

12.1.3. Chevron

12.1.4. 3Leg Resources

12.1.5. Conoco Phillips

12.2. Poland National Oil & Gas Companies

12.2.1. PKN Orlen SA

  • Assistance to E&P Companies to Explore Shale Gas in Poland
  • Focus on Continued Shale Gas Exploration Independently and with Other Companies

12.3. Service Providers to Oil and Gas Companies

12.3.1. Halliburton

  • Enhancing Operational Capabilities
  • Assistance to Different Shale Gas Exploring Companies in Poland

12.4. Other Players in Poland Shale Gas Industry

12.4.1. Other Upcoming E&P Players in Poland

  • Total
  • Hutton Energy
  • Other E&P Players in Poland

13. Poland Shale Gas Industry Future Outlook and Projections, 2014-2025

13.1. Comparative Analysis of three scenarios- Moderate, FDI and Advanced Investment

  • Moderate Growth Scenario, 2012-2025
  • Increase in Foreign Investments, 2012-2025
  • Accelerated Growth Scenario, 2012-2025

13.2. Cause & Effect Relationship in the Poland Shale Gas Industry

14. Macroeconomic and Industry Factors

14.1. Quantitative Factors

  • Population Density in Poland, 2007-2018
  • Foreign Direct Investments (FDI), 2007-2018
  • Unemployment Rate, 2007-2018

14.2. Qualitative Factors

  • Shale Gas Reserves in Poland, 2011 & 2013
  • Water Access
  • Social Acceptance in Poland

15. Appendix

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