Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market 2009-2019

Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market 2009-2019
defense report

Published: Nov 2009
Pages: 127

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Report Details:
Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market 2009-2019 examines the global market for fuels and power sources from an impartial standpoint. We offer a review of significant energy contracting activity based on our analysis of information obtained from multiple sources. The report draws on a combination of official corporate and governmental announcements, media reports, policy documents, industry statements and expert opinion.

Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market 2009-2019 provides detailed sales forecasts for the global market and leading national markets; a SWOT analysis; discussions of commercial and technological trends; and assessments of commercial drivers and restraints. This report also includes five in-depth original interviews with industry experts. This package of analyses cannot be obtained anywhere else.

The main benefits you can derive from purchasing this report are:
• You will come to understand the current state of the global military energy, fuels and power sources market and form a clear outlook of how it is set to develop, based on our market forecasts for 2009 to 2019.
• You will be able to examine our detailed global sales forecasts – as well as national sales forecasts for the leading national markets.
• You will gain an insight into the market's potential for further growth by examining the major commercial drivers and restraints.
• You will learn how the world's armed forces are examining the viability of alternative fuels with a view to meeting their future energy needs.
• You will find out how the leading players in the military energy, fuels and power sources market are positioned in the global marketplace.
• You will be able to appreciate the range of factors affecting market growth with our analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats.
• You will learn what five leading experts think the future holds by reading original interviews that discuss a wide range of topics, including: biofuels; fuel cells; oil prices; power sources; synthetic fuels; and the outlook for the US military's energy strategy.

The world's armed forces operate and continue to acquire weapon systems that were designed to run on fuels derived from relatively cheap oil. But as the oil price spike of 2008 illustrated, potential petroleum market volatility has to be factored into defence ministries' budgets. Military capabilities could be severely constrained if higher fuel costs forced a reduction in the use of critical assets.

In the long term, as global demand for oil rises and supply dwindles, governments may be forced to adapt their military strategies to cope with the changing energy landscape. Energy Independence is increasingly becoming a factor in national security. As energy supplies become increasingly scarce, imbalances in access to resources could potentially even push competing nations into military confrontations.


Table of Contents


1. Executive Summary


2. Emerging Alternatives in the Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
2.1 Conventional Fuels
2.1.1 Jet Propellant-8
2.1.2 Jet Propellant-5
2.1.3 Other Petroleum Fuels
2.2 Emerging Alternatives
2.2.1 Synthetic Fuels
2.2.2 Biofuels
2.2.3 DARPA Research
2.3 Power Sources
2.4 The Benefits of This Report
2.5 Methods


3. The Global Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
3.1 World Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
3.2 US Share of the Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
3.3 Oil Prices
3.4 Global Military Fuel Consumption
3.4.1 US Military Fuel Consumption
3.4.2 Non-US Military Fuel Consumption
3.4.3 US vs. Non-US Military Fuel Consumption


4. Leading National Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Markets
4.1 US Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
4.1.1 Defense Energy Support Center
4.1.2 Volatile Oil Prices
4.1.3 Energy Requirements
4.1.4 Energy Investment
4.1.5 US Operations in Iraq
4.1.6 Fuel Losses
4.1.7 Fuel Transportation
4.1.8 Energy Inventory
4.2 Chinese Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
4.3 UK Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
4.3.1 Defence Fuels Group
4.3.2 Fuel Consumption
4.3.3 Reducing Reliance on Fossil Fuels
4.4 Japanese Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
4.4.1 Cancelled Training Exercises
4.5 French Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
4.6 German Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
4.6.1 Fuel Cells
4.7 Australian Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
4.7.1 Operational Fuel Consumption
4.7.2 Defence Materiel Organisation Contracts
4.8 Rest of the World Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market


5. SWOT Analysis of the Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
5.1 Strengths
5.1.1 Global Energy Demand Remains Strong
5.1.2 Prices Continue Rising
5.1.3 Defence Energy Needs Come First
5.1.4 Medium-Term Oil Dependence
5.2 Weaknesses
5.2.1 Greater Efficiency Could Reduce Demand
5.2.2 Price Volatility Generates Uncertainty
5.2.3 Failure to Consider the Full Cost of Fuel
5.2.4 Environmental Considerations
5.2.5 Budgetary Constraints
5.3 Opportunities
5.3.1 Synthetic Fuels Certification
5.3.2 Biofuels Research
5.3.3 Fuel Cell Development
5.4 Threats
5.4.1 Overseas Oil Procurement
5.4.2 Supply Line Vulnerability
5.4.3 Global Economic Outlook Remains Uncertain
5.4.4 Reduction in Combat Effectiveness


6. Expert Opinion
6.1 Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
6.1.1 Filling the Alternative Fuels Technology Gap
6.1.2 Embracing Diversity
6.1.3 Supporting US Military Strategy
6.1.4 Driving Down Biofuel Prices
6.1.5 Future Renewable Replacements
6.2 Powerstax: Tim Worley, Chief Executive Officer
6.2.1 Packing Power into Portable Products
6.2.2 Building Recognition in the Defence Industry
6.2.3 Racing from Concept to Prototype
6.2.4 COTS Power Sources Enter the Military Market
6.3 SFC Smart Fuel Cell AG: Dr Peter Podesser, Chief Executive Officer
6.3.1 Lightweight Fuel Cells
6.3.2 Demand for Reliable Power Sources
6.3.3 Products Tailored for NATO Customers
6.3.4 Significant Potential for Increased Sales
6.4 Rentech Inc: Julie Dawoodjee, Vice-President of Investor Relations and Communications
6.4.1 Seeking Alternative Fuels
6.4.2 Securing Domestic Energy Sources
6.4.3 Support for US Military Testing
6.4.4 US Air Force Leads Synthetic Fuels Adoption
6.4.5 US DoD Could Ignite Commercial Synthetic Fuels Industry
6.5 Syntroleum Corporation: Jeff Bigger, Senior Vice-President of Business Development
6.5.1 Fischer-Tropsch Process
6.5.2 Meeting US Air Force Requirements
6.5.3 Hydro-Treated Fuels Production
6.5.4 Benefiting From Higher Oil Prices
6.5.5 Seeking Long-Term Synthetic Fuel Orders
6.5.6 Financing Depends on Purchase Agreements
6.5.7 Eyeing Commercial-Scale Military Contracts


7. Leading Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Companies
7.1 Leading Petroleum Suppliers to US DESC
7.2 Profiles of Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Companies
7.2.1 Abu Dhabi National Oil Company
7.2.2 Adaptive Materials Inc
7.2.3 Bahrain Petroleum Company
7.2.4 BP
7.2.5 Exxon Mobil Corporation
7.2.6 International Oil Trading Company
7.2.7 Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
7.2.8 MIL Power Ltd
7.2.9 Motor Oil (Hellas) Corinth Refineries
7.2.10 Powerstax
7.2.11 Rentech Inc
7.2.12 Sasol
7.2.13 SFC Smart Fuel Cell AG
7.2.14 Shell
7.2.15 SK Energy
7.2.16 Solazyme Inc
7.2.17 Sustainable Oils LLC
7.2.18 Syntroleum Corporation
7.2.19 UOP LLC
7.2.20 Valero Marketing and Supply Company


8. Conclusions
8.1 Global Demand for Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources
8.2 Drivers of Growth in the Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
8.3 Restraints on Growth in the Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
8.4 Outlook for the Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market
8.5 Alternative Fuels and Energy Independence


9. Glossary


List of Tables and Figures
Table 3.1 World Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 3.2 World Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 3.3 National Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecasts, 2009-2019
Table 3.4 National Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market Share, 2008 vs. 2019
Table 3.5 US vs. Non-US Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecasts, 2009-2019
Table 3.6 US vs. Non-US Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 3.7 NYMEX Oil Prices, 2003-2009
Table 3.8 Forecast Oil Prices, 2006-2019
Table 3.9 World Military Fuel Consumption Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 3.10 World Military Fuel Consumption CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 3.11 US Military Fuel Consumption Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 3.12 US Military Fuel Consumption CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 3.13 Non-US Military Fuel Consumption Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 3.14 Non-US Military Fuel Consumption CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 4.1 US Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 4.2 US Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 4.3 US DESC Petroleum Net Sales by Product, FY05-FY08
Table 4.4 US DESC Aerospace Energy, Natural Gas and Petroleum Net Sales, FY04-FY10
Table 4.5 US DoD Composite Standard Petroleum Price, FY08-FY10
Table 4.6 US DoD Fuel Consumption by Service, FY08-FY10
Table 4.7 US DoD Aerospace Energy, Natural Gas and Petroleum Purchases, FY04-FY10
Table 4.8 US DoD Fuel Purchases vs. Total and O&M Budgets, FY04-FY07
Table 4.9 US Combat Fuel Losses OCO Requests, FY08-FY10
Table 4.10 US Fuel Transportation and Terminal Operations OCO Requests, FY08-FY10
Table 4.11 US DESC Worldwide Bulk Transportation, FY06-FY08
Table 4.12 US DESC Worldwide Petroleum Transportation Cost, FY04 to FY08
Table 4.13 US DESC Worldwide Bulk Fuel Inventory, FY08
Table 4.14 Chinese Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 4.15 Chinese Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 4.16 UK Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 4.17 UK Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 4.18 UK MoD Fuel Expenditure, 2003/04-2008/09
Table 4.19 UK MoD Fuel Consumption, 2005/06-2007/08
Table 4.20 Japanese Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 4.21 Japanese Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 4.22 French Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 4.23 French Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 4.24 German Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 4.25 German Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 4.26 Australian Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 4.27 Australian Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 4.28 Australian Operational Fuel Consumption, 2002/03-2007/08
Table 4.29 RoW Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Table 4.30 RoW Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales CAGR, 2009-2019
Table 5.1 SWOT Analysis of the Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market, 2009-2019
Table 7.1 Leading Petroleum Suppliers to US DESC, FY08
Table 7.2 Leading Petroleum Suppliers to US DESC, FY07
Table 7.3 Leading Petroleum Suppliers to US DESC, FY06

Figure 3.1 World Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 3.2 National Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market Share, 2008
Figure 3.3 National Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market Share, 2019
Figure 3.4 US vs. Non-US Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecasts, 2009-2019
Figure 3.5 US vs. Non-US Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Market Share, 2008 vs. 2019
Figure 3.6 NYMEX Oil Prices, 2003-2009
Figure 3.7 Forecast Oil Prices, 2006-2019
Figure 3.8 World Military Fuel Consumption Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 3.9 US Military Fuel Consumption Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 3.10 Non-US Military Fuel Consumption Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 3.11 US vs. Non-US Military Fuel Consumption Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 4.1 US Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 4.2 US DESC Petroleum Net Sales by Product, FY05-FY08
Figure 4.3 US DESC Aerospace Energy, Natural Gas and Petroleum Net Sales, FY04-FY10
Figure 4.4 US DoD Composite Standard Petroleum Price, FY08-FY10
Figure 4.5 US DoD Fuel Consumption by Service, FY08-FY10
Figure 4.6 US DoD Aerospace Energy, Natural Gas and Petroleum Purchases, FY04-FY10
Figure 4.7 US DoD Fuel Purchases vs. Total and O&M Budgets, FY04-FY07
Figure 4.8 US Combat Fuel Losses OCO Requests, FY08-FY10
Figure 4.9 US Fuel Transportation and Terminal Operations OCO Requests, FY08-FY10
Figure 4.10 US DESC Worldwide Bulk Transportation, FY06-FY08
Figure 4.11 US DESC Worldwide Petroleum Transportation Cost, FY04 to FY08
Figure 4.12 US DESC Worldwide Bulk Fuel Inventory, FY08
Figure 4.13 Chinese Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 4.14 UK Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 4.15 UK MoD Fuel Expenditure, 2003/04-2008/09
Figure 4.16 UK MoD Fuel Consumption, 2005/06-2007/08
Figure 4.17 Japanese Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 4.18 French Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 4.19 German Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 4.20 Australian Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 4.21 Australian Operational Fuel Consumption, 2002/03-2007/08
Figure 4.22 RoW Military Energy, Fuels and Power Sources Sales Forecast, 2009-2019
Figure 7.1 Leading Petroleum Suppliers to US DESC, FY08
Figure 7.2 Leading Petroleum Suppliers to US DESC, FY07
Figure 7.3 Leading Petroleum Suppliers to US DESC, FY06

Companies listed in report
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)
Adaptive Materials Inc
Air BP
BAE Systems
Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO)
Behlman
Bell Bio-Energy Inc
Blue Sun Biodiesel
Boodai Corporation
BP
BP Australia Ltd
BP International Ltd
Caltex Australia Ltd
Cargill
Capitol Connections
Chevron Al Khalij
DCC Energy Ltd
DuPont
Dynamic Fuels
Emo Oil Ltd
Esso Petroleum Company Ltd
Exxon Mobil Corporation
GB Oils Ltd
GE Global Research
General Atomics
Golteks Trading & Transport Company
Green Earth Fuels LLC
GS Caltex Corporation
Hawaii BioEnergy
Honeywell
Honeywell International Inc
iRobot Corporation
Integrated Concepts & Research Corporation (ICRC)
International Oil Trading Company (IOTC)
Jassim Transport and Stevedoring Company
Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
Lignol Energy Corporation
Logos Technologies
MIL Power Ltd
Mina Corporation Ltd
Mobil Oil Australia Pty Ltd
Motor Oil (Hellas) Corinth Refineries
Pace Fuelcare Ltd
Petrol Ofisi
Powerstax
Prax Petroleum Ltd
QinetiQ
Red Star Enterprises Ltd
Refinery Associates of Texas Inc
Rentech Inc
Sasol
Sasol Synfuels International
Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC)
Scottish Fuels
SFC Smart Fuel Cell AG (SFC)
Shell
Shell Aviation Ltd
Shell Company of Australia Ltd
Shell Marine Products Ltd
SK Corporation
SK Energy
Solazyme Inc
Sustainable Oils LLC
Swedish Biofuels
Syntroleum Corporation
Targeted Growth Inc
Tefirom
Total UK Ltd
Tyson Foods Inc
UOP LLC
Valero Marketing and Supply Company
Valpro Ltd
VSE Corporation
Watson Petroleum Ltd

Government Agencies and Organisations Mentioned in This Report
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM)
Arizona State University
Australian Army
Australian Defence Force (ADF)
Australian Defence Materiel Organisation (DMO)
Australian Department of Defence (DoD)
British Army
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
Finnish Defence Forces
French Air Force
French Army
French Gendarmerie Nationale
French Military Fuel Service (Service des essences des armées; SEA)
French Navy
German Bundeswehr
Japan Air Self-Defense Force
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force
Japan Ministry of Defense (MoD)
Japan Self-Defense Forces
NATO
New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX)
Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI)
Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF)
Royal Australian Navy (RAN)
Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV)
Texas A&M AgriLife
UK Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S)
UK Defence Fuels Group (DFG)
UK Defence Storage and Distribution Agency (DSDA)
UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)
UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) Centre for Defence Enterprise (CDE)
UK Royal Air Force (RAF)
UK Royal Navy (RN)
University of North Dakota Energy & Environment Research Center
US Air Force (USAF)
US Army
US Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM)
US Central Command (CENTCOM)
US Congressional Research Service
US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)
US Defense Energy Support Center (DESC)
US Defense Energy Support Center (DESC)-Europe
US Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
US Department of Defense (DoD)
US Department of Energy (DoE)
US Energy Information Administration
US Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR)
US Navy (USN)
US Office of Management and Budget (OMB)

 

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