New Mainline/Transmission Pipeline Project Analysis and Forecast by Project Type, Regions, Countries, Stage of Development and Cost 2022-2026 –

The report “Analysis and Forecast of New Main/Transmission Line Projects by Project Type, Regions, Countries, Development Stage and Cost 2022-2026” has been added to from offer.

A total of 524 new mainline/transmission pipeline projects are expected to come into service from 2022 to 2026. Of these, 376 represent gas pipeline projects, 67 constitute oil pipelines, 65 projects belong to product pipelines, and 16 represent natural gas liquids. (NGL) pipelines. Globally, about 217 upcoming pipeline projects are in the construction phase and are expected to start operations from 2022 to 2026.

Report Scope:

  • Number of data on main/transmission pipelines by major regions, stage of development, type and country in the world during the period 2022-2026

  • Data outlook for major trunk/transmission pipelines by project cost globally during outlook 2022-2026

  • Updated major oil or gas transmission pipelines that would come online by 2026 by key countries, stage of development and project cost in major regions

  • Details of major new pipeline constructions expected to come into service during the 2022-2026 period by product (crude oil, natural gas, NGLs and petroleum products pipelines)

Benefits of the report:

  • Get the latest information available on pipeline type, development stage of major oil and gas pipelines in the world

  • Assess the stage, type and capital expenditure of your competitor’s pipelines

  • Identify growth segments and opportunities in the global pipeline industry

  • Keep abreast of key global trunk/transmission line data

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