Fundamentals of World Gas 2012 is a useful reference tool, summarizing the state of the international gas industry in 2012. The 96-page, perfect bound publication comprises a collection of analytical articles, written by Petroleum Economist journalists and renowned industry experts, covering all the major issues affecting today's global gas industry. Fundamentals of World Gas 2012 also contains a wealth of maps and data, plus a foreword by Torstein Indrebø, secretary general of the International Gas Union.
Fundamentals of World Gas 2012 includes a global overview; an update on GTL, FLNG and unconventional technologies; plus seven regional sections covering local politics and policy; discoveries; exploration and production; unconventional reserves; storage and transport; and the markets.
The book comprises 10 chapters covering all aspects of the gas chain.
- Each region of the world has its own, dedicated chapter, covering specific aspects of the gas industry and the impact these have at a regional level.
- Maps, charts and tables illustrate the key points in the articles.
- The foreword is written by the International Gas Union's secretary general Torstein Indrebø.