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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Bunker Fuel Market Size, Market Share, Application Analysis, Regional Outlook, Growth Trends, Key Players, Competitive Strategies and Forecasts, 2013 to 2020" report to their offering. The global bunker fuel market was valued at US$ 244 Bn in 2014, and is expected to reach US$ 288.3 Bn by 2020, expanding at a CAGR of 2.8% from 2015 to 2020. The progress of the global bunker fuel market is majorly attributed to the growing demand for fuel from tanker vessels and containers. Large-scale bunkering ports situated at strategic locations account for a significant share in the overall market. Asia Pacific is observed to be the largest market for bunker fuel both in terms of market revenue and volume due to large commodity consumption in the region. The European market for bunker fuel is growing at a competitive growth rate due to existence of some of the busiest trade routes and choke points in the region. Furthermore, growing imports of goods and fuel oil in the region further contribute to the dominance of Asia Pacific in the global bunker fuel market. Bunker fuel is majorly utilized by shipping corporations, where residual fuel and distillate fuel are used for fueling fleets. Residual fuel currently dominates the bunker fuel market among the available fuel types. Based on fuel grades, the global bunker fuel market is majorly categorized into MDO/MGO, IFO 380, IFO 180, Other IFO (IFO 500 & 700), LS 380 and LS 180. IFO fuel are the most preferred fuel grades as against others due to their cheaper price. IFO 380 segment is further anticipated to continue to dominate the market over the forecast period because a significant number of ship engines are fitted to combust IFO 380 fuel. Furthermore, as the expansion of emission control areas is progressing the demand for MDO/MGO type fuels is anticipated to grow. Based on the sellers of bunker fuel, this market is categorized into major oil companies, Leading independent distributors and small Independent distributors. Some market players such as Chemoil Energy Limited and World Fuel Services Corp. function worldwide; whereas players such as Gazpromneft Marine Bunker LLC lead in regional markets alone. Among the end users, bulk and general cargo vessels occupy the largest market share in the global bunker fuel market. However, since cargo vessels require significant manpower for operation these vessel type are being perpetually replaced by container vessels, thus contributing to their fastest growth rate during the forecast period. The major drivers of the global bunker fuel market are swift increase in bunker requirements in product and fuel transport, and growing hydrocarbon resource development activities in offshore areas. On the other hand, increasing initiatives to reduce fuel consumption and emissions are challenging the growth of this market. 4 Global Bunker Fuel Market Size, in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Fuel Grade, 2013-2020 5 Global Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Seller, 2013-2020 6 Global Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By End User, 2013-2020 7 Global Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 8 North America Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 9 Europe Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 10 Asia-Pacific Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 11 Middle East Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 12 Rest of the World Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/nxm8vr/global_bunker


The global bunker fuel market was valued at US$ 244 Bn in 2014, and is expected to reach US$ 288.3 Bn by 2020, expanding at a CAGR of 2.8% from 2015 to 2020. The progress of the global bunker fuel market is majorly attributed to the growing demand for fuel from tanker vessels and containers. Large-scale bunkering ports situated at strategic locations account for a significant share in the overall market. Asia Pacific is observed to be the largest market for bunker fuel both in terms of market revenue and volume due to large commodity consumption in the region. The European market for bunker fuel is growing at a competitive growth rate due to existence of some of the busiest trade routes and choke points in the region. Furthermore, growing imports of goods and fuel oil in the region further contribute to the dominance of Asia Pacific in the global bunker fuel market. Bunker fuel is majorly utilized by shipping corporations, where residual fuel and distillate fuel are used for fueling fleets. Residual fuel currently dominates the bunker fuel market among the available fuel types. Based on fuel grades, the global bunker fuel market is majorly categorized into MDO/MGO, IFO 380, IFO 180, Other IFO (IFO 500 & 700), LS 380 and LS 180. IFO fuel are the most preferred fuel grades as against others due to their cheaper price. IFO 380 segment is further anticipated to continue to dominate the market over the forecast period because a significant number of ship engines are fitted to combust IFO 380 fuel. Furthermore, as the expansion of emission control areas is progressing the demand for MDO/MGO type fuels is anticipated to grow. Based on the sellers of bunker fuel, this market is categorized into major oil companies, Leading independent distributors and small Independent distributors. Some market players such as Chemoil Energy Limited and World Fuel Services Corp. function worldwide; whereas players such as Gazpromneft Marine Bunker LLC lead in regional markets alone. Among the end users, bulk and general cargo vessels occupy the largest market share in the global bunker fuel market. However, since cargo vessels require significant manpower for operation these vessel type are being perpetually replaced by container vessels, thus contributing to their fastest growth rate during the forecast period. The major drivers of the global bunker fuel market are swift increase in bunker requirements in product and fuel transport, and growing hydrocarbon resource development activities in offshore areas. On the other hand, increasing initiatives to reduce fuel consumption and emissions are challenging the growth of this market. Key Topics Covered: 1 Preface 2 Executive Summary 3 Global Bunker Fuel Market Dynamics 4 Global Bunker Fuel Market Size, in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Fuel Grade, 2013-2020 5 Global Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Seller, 2013-2020 6 Global Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By End User, 2013-2020 7 Global Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 8 North America Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 9 Europe Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 10 Asia-Pacific Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 11 Middle East Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 12 Rest of the World Bunker Fuel Market Size in Value (US$ Bn) & Volume (Mn Tons), By Geography, 2013 - 2020 13 Company Profiles - Global Bunker Fuel Market: Competitive Dashboard - Chemoil Energy Limited - Aegean Marine Petroleum Network, Inc. - World Fuel Services Corporation - Gulf Agency Company Ltd. - Gazpromneft Marine Bunker LLC - BP Marine Ltd. - Exxon Mobil Corporation - Royal Dutch Shell plc - Bunker Holding A/S - Lukoil-Bunker LLC For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/bzkjsg/global_bunker Research and Markets Laura Wood, Senior Manager press@researchandmarkets.com For E.S.T Office Hours Call +1-917-300-0470 For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call +1-800-526-8630 For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900 U.S. Fax: 646-607-1907 Fax (outside U.S.): +353-1-481-1716 To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/global-28830-billion-bunker-fuel-market-2015-2020-ifo-380-is-further-anticipated-to-continue-to-dominate-the-market---research-and-markets-300441097.html


News Article | November 1, 2016
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HONG KONG, Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The International exhibition and conference on shipbuilding and development of the Arctic and the continental shelf Offshore Marintec Russia has finished its work. For the second time the leading players of the market of energy resources gathered on the platform CEC «Expoforum» for demonstration of the latest developments in the sphere of oil and gas production, and also for discussion and development of ways of upgrading the processes of development, drilling, production and transportation of energy resources. During four days of the conference 114 reports of different topics were made: shipbuilding, energy infrastructure of the coastal territories, underwater and under-ice drilling, strategic development of the Arctic, a resort and prevention of emergencies, technical means and technological complexes for development of oil and gas resources of the continental shelf. This year more than 80 companies from Russia, China, Romania, South Korea, Poland took part in an exhibition. Among the participants are such large players of the market of energy resources as Gazprom, Gazprom Neft, Gazprom Flot, Lukoil, Vega, Redaelli SSM, Okeanpribor, Sevmash, the Zvezda plant, Fizpribor and many others. The research institutes, working in a sphere of power and development of the continental shelf, were presented in exhibition: Experimental project bureau of mechanical engineering of I. I. Afrikantov, Institute of ecological projecting and researches, Krylov state scientific center, St. Petersburg Mining University. All in all the exhibition was visited by more than 5,000 of specialists: representatives of business, authority, science, producing and research. The key event of the first day has become a Round table "The state and prospects of the modern Russian Navy for the development of hydrocarbon resources of the continental shelf of the Arctic". According to Director of the Russian Department of "Continuous production and drives" ("Siemens"), Victor Rupp, the purpose of this discussion was not just to demonstrate the capabilities of individual enterprises in the construction and maintenance of ships and oil and gas equipment, but also to develop specific proposals for the Russian shipbuilding industry in a policy of import substitution and localization. One of the special sessions of the first day held up one of the most controversial and problematic issues of energy production industry - the development of underwater and under-ice technology for the development of deposits and mining conditions in freezing seas. This session was organized with the active support of the Fund of Advanced Studies. In his speech, the head of the project group of the Fund Viktor Litvinenko underlined the need for practical implementation of the currently available researches, its using not in laboratory test conditions, but directly on the water and under water. "Energy infrastructure for offshore oil and gas projects" -- was another special event in the context of the forum of this day. Experts discussed the prospects of using of alternative sources of energy for offshore and coastal structures in terms of import substitution and diversification in electrical equipment. The second day of the international exhibition and conference "Offshore Marintec Russia" and the 16th St. Petersburg International Energy Forum has opened the Plenary session on the subject "Strategic objectives and priorities of development of the Arctic and continental shelf of the Russian Federation". According to the Chairman of the Program committee of a conference, the chairman of Scientific Council of RAS on geology and development of oil and gas fields, the academician of RAS Alexey Kontorovich, at this discussion platform for more than 20 years the main questions of ideological policy in the field of oil production and power are brought up and solved. Within special section of the second day of work of the Offshore Marintec Russia conference the discussion on international cooperation in development of the Arctic and the shelf took place. The subject of discussion attracted a keen interest of the speakers and listeners, divided into two camps: in support of development of the international interaction and experience exchange with foreign partners and -- against such cooperation. According to Andrey Chernykh, representing Federal State Institution "VNIIOkeanologii", the only condition of development of fields of the continental shelf is a close interaction with the scientific and project and research centers of Europe and North America. Within the international consortium Russia will be able to accelerate process of potential fields researching and will begin to implement the strategy of continental Russian shelf in practice. In addition to this, within the ceremony of official opening of an exhibition and the Offshore Marintec Russia conference and the 16th St. Petersburg international energy forum a Ceremony of winners rewarding of International Contest of the scientific, technical and innovative researches for the development of the Arctic and the continental shelf took place. At the end of the second day a solemn launch for the participants of the conference and exhibition on Krestovsky island of St-Petersburg was organized. All the participants and official sponsors have got diplomas and gifts for memory about this event. The 3rd day was rich for round tables and special sections of different subjects: new technologies for research of the continental shelf, safety on objects of the North Navy Way, development of infrastructure of the water and shelf territory. In conditions of entry into force since January 1, 2017 of the Polar code of the Russian Federation it is necessary to speed up the work on improvement existing and development of a perspective survival equipment and their harmonization according to the international standards. It was declared at the Round table on safety issues of oil and gas crafts in the Arctic and on the continental shelf by the head of Association of development of the search and rescue equipment and technologies Victor Ilyukhin. In the context of the Round table "Complex development of sea transport infrastructure in the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation" the head of department of the ice mode and forecasts of Federal State Institution "AANII" Evgeny Mironov underlined, that the factors connected with an ice situation, drift of icebergs and ice massifs and the change of a temperature background are the main factors at all stages of work on the shelf. The culmination of the conference was at official solemn gala-dinner for the participants, partners and sponsors, who made a significant contribution to the organization of these exhibitions and business forums. Among owners of the awards were the companies "Gazprom neft", "Gazprom", "Gazpromneft Sakhalin", National research Kurchatov institute. In addition to this an expert jury estimated the most interesting and multifunctional stands of the participants of the exhibition. Among the winners are: "Gazprom neft", "Lukoil", "Protea" (Poland), plant "Zvezda". The prize of spectators' sympathies was given by right to "Gazprom Flot", the company and to the plant "FIZPRIBOR". Notes to Editor: For fair details, please contact: Felicia Chow Senior Project Manager UBM Asia Ltd 17/F, China Resources Building 26 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong Tel: (852) 2827 6211 Fax: (852) 3749 7347 Email: marintec.omr@ubm.com    Website: www.offshoremarintec-russia.com For media enquiries, please contact: Carmen Choy Senior Marketing Communications Executive UBM Asia Ltd Tel: (852) 2827 6211 Fax: (852) 3749 7347 Email: carmen.choy@ubm.com Website: www.offshoremarintec-russia.com


Mordvinova V.V.,Russian Academy of Sciences | Artemyev A.A.,Gazpromneft
Russian Geology and Geophysics | Year: 2010

The three-dimensional shear velocity lithospheric structure at depths from 0 to 70 km beneath the southern Baikal rift system and its surroundings has been imaged by inversion of P-to-SV receiver functions from 46 digital stations operated in two teleseismic international projects in southern Siberia and Mongolia. The receiver functions were determined from teleseismic P waveforms and inverted to obtain depth dependences of S velocities at each station which were related to tectonic structures. The computed vertical and horizontal sections of the 3D shear velocity model imaged a transition from relatively thin crust of the southern Siberian craton to thicker crust in the folded area south and southeast of Lake Baikal, with a local zone of thin crust right underneath the South Baikal basin. The velocity structure beneath the Baikal rift, the mountains of Transbaikalia, Mongolia, and the southern craton margin includes several low-velocity zones at different depths in the crust. Some of these zones may record seismic anisotropy associated with mylonite alignment along large thrusts. © 2010.


Karsakov V.A.,Gazpromneft
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Russian Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Technical Conference and Exhibition 2014, RO and G 2014 - Sustaining and Optimising Production: Challenging the Limits with Technology | Year: 2014

In this paper presented method of optimum well numbers determination based on technical and economics calculations by using advanced software tools. The obtained results allow with arguments to justify quantity and location of well pads for field. Also author point out relations between all aspects during design filed development and indicate valuable and importance of well padding stage for reservoir engineering. Copyright 2014. Society of Petroleum Engineers.


Ilyasov I.,Gazpromneft
Society of Petroleum Engineers - SPE Russian Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Technical Conference and Exhibition 2014, RO and G 2014 - Sustaining and Optimising Production: Challenging the Limits with Technology | Year: 2014

Pressure maintenance system in mature oil fields plays very important role and increase in field development efficiency is impossible without increase in waterflooding efficiency. Complex waterflood management consists of both organization and technological methods. Suggested to use waterflooding analysis based on fileld development patterns, taking into account geological structure, instead of development blocks, that will help to make more detailed and reliable analysis of voidage compensation. Second suggested method is to use streamlines. As technological metod it is suggested to use technology of discrete injection, main idea of which in changing working regime of injection wells from continious to discrete and in organization of the whole waterflood system in cyclic regime. Pilot sector was chosen, assessment of suggested methods and calculation of possible effect was made, which gave positive economic effect. Copyright 2014. Society of Petroleum Engineers.


Ekimenko A.V.,Gazpromneft
7th EAGE Saint Petersburg International Conference and Exhibition: Understanding the Harmony of the Earth's Resources Through Integration of Geosciences | Year: 2016

Structural mapping is important part of seismic interpretation. In this study was analyzed the seismic data in several fields. Given the accuracy levels of mapping for different oil fields and differen geological intervals. Shows the change of mapping accuracy over time (drilling new wells).


Krasnov D.,Gazpromneft
7th EAGE Saint Petersburg International Conference and Exhibition: Understanding the Harmony of the Earth's Resources Through Integration of Geosciences | Year: 2016

Goal of current work is to estimate different proppant types and placements impact on well productivity in gas condensate reservoir which is developed by vertical wells with hydraulic fracturing. Theoretical review of processes in gas condensate reservoirs was conducted. Condensate distribution inside and around hydraulically fractured well was investigated. Equation for additional pressure drop due to presence of condensate bank was derived. Relative pemeabilities were obtained using modified Brooks and Corey model. Alternative description of non-Darcy flow in gas condensate reservoirs was considered. In order to provide sensitivity analysis for well and fracture parameters using different proppant types, mech sizes and various techniques of proppant placement original program was built based on MS Excel VBA. Approach for gas reservoir performance estimation was extended to gas condensate case. Main results of conducted sensitivity analysis for various proppants and placements are: 1. Condensate dropping leads to similarity in different proppant types and mech sizes use. Proppants become more similar in the production context with gas enrichment. 2. Consideration of alternative proppant pack placement such as creation of high permeable channels in current study may not give significant increasing of production in case of gas well.


Vorobyev V.S.,Gazpromneft
1st EAGE Scientific Workshop on Horizontal Wells: Problems and Prospects | Year: 2015

The rate of horizontal drilling in the world is constantly increases. However, most information from horizontal wells are not fully used in geological modeling. The author created a technique of integration of horizontal wells into the geological model. On the basis of field in Eastern Siberia results are shown.


Turovskaya E.M.,Gazpromneft
GEOBAIKAL 2014 - 3rd International Geobaikal Conference 2014: Exploration and Field Development in East Siberia | Year: 2014

In the work reflects a comprehensive approach to the creation of sedimentation model to forecast development in terrigenous reservoir productive deposits. Complex geological structure of the area, local distribution collectors developed, secondary processes of transformation of the effective pore space, all this determines necessity of creation of the sedimentation model with the definition of the provisions of the main facial zones. In areas with weak degree exploration drilling, and, as a consequence of the lack the number of core material should attract the 3D seismic data, the results of the dynamic interpretation of the data and seismic facies analysis, enabling one to predict the development of facial deposits in interwell space and delineation of morphologically separate potentially promising geological objects. The use of additional methods allow to detail prospective zones from the point of view of the reservoir capacity. Mutual coordination of all methods will allow to create the most correct model. learly understand sedimentation stages of the formation of productive deposits, the definition of lithofacies zoning of the territory, the ranking of filtration-capacitive properties of rocks according to their facial correlation with subsequent separation of prospective reservoir development zones will help in the selection of key objects and technological schemes development and future direction of geological exploration.

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