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Gas Meter Report Ed 3 2019

Gas Meter Report Ed 3 2019

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Chapter 1 - THE GAS METERING LANDSCAPE IN 2018

Globally, 34% of gas is consumed by the residential/commercial sector, 39% by industry and 29% by power plants. Analysis of gas customers in 64 countries, their number, consumption of meters in units and value.

Chapter 2 - WORLD DEMAND FOR GAS METERS FROM 2018 TO 2022

Global demand anaalysed by meter type. Meter techology shares.

Chapter 3 - LONG-TERM DEMAND TREND FOR GAS METERS

Globally, 34% of gas is consumed by the residential/commercial sector, 39% by industry and 29% by power plants. Until the last decade demand followed regular trends established over a century. It had its local fluctuations but the overall trend for each country was regular. The sudden rollouts of smart meters will have dramatic impacts on demand trends and will change them beyond recognition. The changes in the demand cycle are identified where applicable for each country.

Chapter 4 - GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

The transmission and distribution of gas involves huge investment and the gas is regulated, compressed and metered at pressures from 1,500 psi in long distance transmission to under 3 psi in domestic households. The meters at the high pressure end are few in number but well-engineered and costly. The system is mapped and the different stages identified.

Chapter 5 - METER TYPES……FROM 1843 TO THE FUTURE

Overview of the development of metering from the earliest days and each technology.

Chapter 6 - THE GAS METER MARKET IN EUROPE

Chapters 6 to 12 contain regional and country sections, with market reviews with:

¨ A summary of the gas supply industry, distribution and consumers

¨ Gas meters sales in base year 2016 with forecasts from 2017 to 2021 in numbers of units, $ sales and average selling price per meter - for Residential, AMR, AMI, PPM, Commercial and Industrial, and Smart Meters

¨ Status and commentary on Ultrasonic Meters and Smart Metering

¨ Gas meter vendors

Expanded market commentary for the United States, Japan, China and India.

Chapter 7 - THE GAS METER MARKET IN CIS

Chapter 8 - THE GAS METER MARKET IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

Chapter 9 - THE GAS METER MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC

Chapter 10 - THE GAS METER MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA

Chapter 11 - THE GAS METER MARKET IN SOUTH AMERICA

Chapter 12 - THE GAS METER MARKET IN CENTRAL AMERICA

Chapter 13 - COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS, COMPANY PROFILES AND MARKET SHARES

The three historical global metering groups, Elster, Itron and Landis+Gyr are still the market leaders in the gas meter market, with 61% of the global market in value. Their large share in the value of the market is due to their dominance of the high end C&I sector, providing metering solutions for the high pressure grid and large industry. ¨ Global market shares are accompanied with profiles of the meter manufacturers, including those with small shares in numbers of meters but leading positions in high end meters for high pressure measurement - Elster, Itron, Landis+Gyr, Dresser, Diehl, Apator, Sagemcom, Sensus, Dongfa Group, Holley, Emerson.

Chapter 14 - NGV and AUTOGAS METERING

The metering of gas dispensed to CNG and Autogas powered vehicles is a small segment of the metering market. Each filling station has two kinds of gas meter; a master meter which measures the gas arriving at the station, and individual meters on the pumps measuring the gas supplied to vehicles. The technology is outlined and the main meter products listed.

Chapter 15 - THE ORIGINS OF THE GLOBAL GAS INDUSTRY

On overview of the gas industry, from its start with local manufactured coal gas plants, to its conversion and huge expansion with transmission pipelines into an international industry. Its competitive role versus electricity.

Chapter 16 - GAS SOURCES, TYPES AND DELIVERY

A review of gas. Gas comes in many forms, is made from various feedstocks and is delivered in different ways. Most gas comes from three hydrocarbons; natural gas, liquid petroleum gas and coal. There are four major categories of gas.

METHODOLOGY


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Split between residential and C&I meter sales
Gas meter technology shares
Long-term demand for gas meters
Changes in the demand cycles for gas meters caused national smart meter deployments
Changes in the demand cycles for gas meter markets by country.
Competitive landscape
Meter types……from 1843 to the future
Meter types
Gas sources, types and delivery
The origins of the global gas industry
Electricity versus Gas
1. THE GAS METERING LANDSCAPE IN 2018
Shifting trends of demand
2. WORLD DEMAND FOR GAS METERS FROM 2018 TO 2022
Meter demand
Gas meter technology shares
3. LONG-TERM DEMAND TREND FOR GAS METERS
The long-term demand trends
4. GAS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
Gas pressure
The gathering system
The transmission System
Compressor stations
Line pack
Gate stations
The distribution system
The final stage, moving natural gas into the home
5. METER TYPES……FROM 1843 TO THE FUTURE
Positive displacement gas meters
Diaphragm meters
Rotary meters
Inferential meters
Turbine meters
Orifice meters
Other gas meters
Ultrasonic flow meters
Coriolis meters
Vortex meters
MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical System)
Smart/advanced meters
Communication module
Turndown ratio and rangeability
Typical turndown ratio of various meter types
Meter sizes - G
Heating value
6. THE GAS METER MARKET IN EUROPE
Establishment of gas in Europe
Smart meters
Meter demand
AUSTRIA
Smart meters
BELGIUM
Smart meters
Cost benefit analysis projects
Meter demand
BULGARIA
Smart meters
Meter demand
CZECH REPUBLIC
Smart meters
Meter demand
DENMARK
Smart meters
Meter demand
ESTONIA
Smart meters
Meter demand
FINLAND
Smart meters
Meter demand
FRANCE
Smart meters
Meter demand
Long-term demand cycle
GERMANY
Smart meters
Meter demand
GREECE
Smart meters
Meter demand
HUNGARY
Smart meters
Meter demand
IRELAND
Smart meters
Meter demand
Long-term demand cycle
ITALY
Smart meters
Smart meters definition
Meter demand
Long-term demand cycle
LATVIA
Smart meters
Meter demand
LITHUANIA
Smart meters
Meter demand
NETHERLANDS
Smart meters
Meter demand
Long-term demand cycle
POLAND
Smart meter progress
Meter demand
PORTUGAL
Smart meters
Meter demand
ROMANIA
Smart meters
Meter demand
SLOVAK REPUBLIC
Smart meters
Meter demand
SLOVENIA
Smart meters
Meter demand
SPAIN
Smart meters
Meter demand
SWEDEN
Smart meters
Meter demand
SWITZERLAND
Smart meters
Meter demand
TURKEY
Prepayment gas meters
Smart meter progress
Meter demand
UNITED KINGDOM
Certification
Remanufacturing meters for the secondary or sub-metering market
Smart meters
Pulse transmission of data for AMR
Meter demand
Long-term demand cycle
7. THE GAS METER MARKET IN THE CIS
Smart meters
Meter demand
Long-term demand cycle
RUSSIA
Smart meters
Meter demand
Meter manufacturers
UKRAINE
Smart meter progress
Meter demand
Meter manufacturers
8. THE GAS METER MARKET IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA
MIDDLE EAST
IRAN
Meter demand
Meter manufacturers
NORTH AFRICA
Meter demand
ALGERIA
Meter demand
Meter manufacturers
EGYPT
Meter demand
Meter manufacturers
SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
9. THE GAS METER MARKET IN ASIA PACIFIC
Meter demand Asia Pacific
AUSTRALIA
Smart meter progress
Meter demand
CHINA
The development of distributed gas in china
Manufactured gas
LPG
Natural gas
City Gas players
Smart meter progress
Meter demand
Meter manufacturers
INDIA
Smart meter progress
Meter demand
INDONESIA
Smart meter progress
Meter demand
JAPAN
1. The intelligent Micom gas meter
2. Ultrasonic intelligent gas meter
3. Smart meters
LPG meters
Meter demand
Meter manufacturers
SOUTH KOREA
Smart meters
Meter demand
Meter manufacturers
NEW ZEALAND
Smart meter progress
Meter demand
PAKISTAN
Meter demand
TAIWAN
Smart meters
Meter demand
Meter manufacturers
THAILAND
10. THE GAS METER MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA
UNITED STATES
Gas industry structure
Smart meters
Meter demand
Long-term demand cycle
Meter manufacturers
CANADA
Smart meters
Meter demand
MEXICO
Meter demand
11. THE GAS METER MARKET IN SOUTH AMERICA
Meter demand
ARGENTINA
Meter demand
BRAZIL
Meter demand
CHILE
Meter demand
COLOMBIA
Meter demand
12. THE GAS METER MARKET IN CENTRAL AMERICA
13. COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS, COMPANY PROFILES AND MARKET SHARES
Elster
Itron
Landis+Gyr
Dresser
Diehl
Apator
Sagemcom
Sensus
Dongfa Group
Holley
Emerson
DNV GL
14. NGV and AUTOGAS METERING
The filling process
15. THE ORIGINS OF THE GLOBAL GAS INDUSTRY
The conversion process of distribution networks from manufactured gas to natural gas
Electricity versus Gas
16. GAS SOURCES, TYPES AND DELIVERY
GAS CATEGORIES
Natural gas
Manufactured gas
Coke-oven gas
Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
Coal gas
Biogas
Blast furnace gas
Gas hydrates
Refinery gas
Syngas - SNG
PG Autogas
GAS DELIVERY AND STORAGE
Piped gas
Natural gas liquids, Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)
Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)
Compressed natural gas (CNG)
METHODOLOGY
Demand for gas meters
Installed base
Demand – long term demand cycle
Long-term demand trend in France, reconfigured by the deployment of smart gas meters.
Short term demand
Figures
Figure 1: The growth in manufactured city gas and natural gas consumers from 1900-2020.
Figure 2: The global installed base of households - all, with electricity and gas, 1900-2050.
Figure 3: The global installed base and annual demand for gas meters, 1950-2050
Figure 4: Households with access to gas by region, 1900-2050
Figure 5: Long-term annual demand trend with continuation of diaphragm meters, France, 1900-2050.
Figure 6: Long-term annual demand trend, reconfigured by the deployment of smart gas meters, France, 1900-2050.
Figure 7: Gas distribution system
Figure 8: The world’s major gas transmission and distribution networks in km
Figure 9: The European gas grid in 1965.
Figure 10: The European gas grid in 2018.
Figure 11: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential gas consumers, Europe,1900-2020
Figure 12: The status of smart gas metering in Europe, September 2018
Figure 13: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential gas consumers, Austria, 1900-2020.
Figure 14: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential gas consumers, Belgium, 1900-2020.
Figure 15: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential gas consumers, Bulgaria, 1900-2020.
Figure 16: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential gas consumers, Czech Republic, 1900-2020.
Figure 17: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Denmark, 1900-2020.
Figure 18: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Estonia, 1900-2020.
Figure 19: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Finland, 1900-2020.
Figure 20: Household penetration of manufactured gas, natural gas and LPG in France, 1900-2020.
Figure 21: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, France, 1900-2020.
Figure 22: Gazpar smart gas meter.
Figure 23: Long-term annual demand trend in France, reconfigured by the deployment of smart gas meters, 1900-2050.
Figure 24: Household penetration of manufactured gas, natural gas and LPG in Germany, 1900-2020.
Figure 25: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Germany, 1900-2020.
Figure 26: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Greece, 1900-2020.
Figure 27: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Hungary, 1900-2020.
Figure 28: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Ireland, 1900-2020.
Figure 29: Long-term annual demand trend in Ireland, reconfigured by the deployment of smart gas meters, 1900-2050.
Figure 30: Household penetration of manufactured gas, natural gas and LPG in Italy, 1900-2020.
Figure 31: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers Italy, 1900-2020.
Figure 32: Long-term annual demand trend in Italy, reconfigured by the deployment of smart gas meters, 1900-2020.
Figure 33: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Latvia, 1900-2020.
Figure 34: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Lithuania, 1900-2020.
Figure 35: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Netherlands, 1900-2020.
Figure 36: Long-term annual demand trend in the Netherlands, reconfigured by the deployment of smart gas meters, 1900-2050.
Figure 37: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Poland, 1900-2020.
Figure 38: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Portugal, 1900-2020.
Figure 39: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Romania, 1900-2020.
Figure 40 : Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Slovak Republic 1900-2020.
Figure 41: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Slovenia, 1900-2020.
Figure 42: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Spain, 1900-20.
Figure 43: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Sweden, 1900-2020.
Figure 44: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Switzerland, 1900-2020.
Figure 45: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, Turkey, 1900-2020.
Figure 46: Household penetration of manufactured gas, natural gas and LPG in the United Kingdom, 1900-2020.
Figure 47: Penetration of electricity and gas in the United Kingdom from 1900-2015.
Figure 48: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential gas consumers, United Kingdom, 1900-2020.
Figure 49: Long-term annual demand trend in the United Kingdom, reconfigured by the deployment of smart gas meters, 1900-2050.
Figure 50: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, CIS, 1900-2020.
Figure 51: Long-term annual demand trend in the CIS, 1900-2050.
Figure 52: Household penetration of manufactured gas, natural gas and LPG in Russia, 1900-2020.
Figure 53: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Russia, 1900-2020.
Figure 54: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Ukraine, 1900-2020.
Figure 55: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Middle East, 1900-2020.
Figure 56: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Iran, 1900-2020.
Figure 57: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, North Africa, 1900-2020.
Figure 58: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Algeria, 1900-2020.
Figure 59: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Egypt, 1900-2020.
Figure 60: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Sub-Saharan Africa, 1900-2020.
Figure 61: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Asia Pacific, 1900-2020.
Figure 62: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Australia, 1900-2020.
Figure 63: Length of pipeline networks for Manufactured Gas, LPG and Natural Gas in China, 1978-2010.
Figure 64: Numbers of urban housing units, piped natural and manufactured gas and cylinder LPG, China, 1988-2020.
Figure 65: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, India, 1900-2020.
Figure 66: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Indonesia, 1900-2020.
Figure 67: Household penetration of manufactured gas, natural gas and LPG in Japan, 1900-2020.
Figure 68: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Japan, 1900-2020.
Figure 69: Micom, conventional diaphragm intelligent gas meter.
Figure 70: Ultrasonic gas meter.
Figure 71: Household penetration of natural gas and LPG in South Korea, 1948-2020.
Figure 72: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, South Korea, 1900-2020.
Figure 73: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, New Zealand, 1900-2020.
Figure 74: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Taiwan, 1900-2020.
Figure 75: Household penetration of manufactured gas, natural gas and LPG in the US, 1900-2020.
Figure 76: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential consumers, United States, 1900-2020.
Figure 77: Long-term annual demand trend for gas meters, United States, 1900-2050.
Figure 78: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential consumers, Canada, 1900-2020.
Figure 79: Numbers of housing units, all gas consumers and residential consumers, Mexico, 1900-2020.
Figure 80: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, South America, 1900-2020.
Figure 81: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Argentina, 1900-2020.
Figure 82: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Brazil, 1900-2020.
Figure 83: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Chile, 1900-2020.
Figure 84: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Colombia, 1900-2020.
Figure 85: Numbers of housing units, all gas and residential consumers, Central America, 1900-2020.
Figure 86: Market shares of gas meter manufacturers in value
Figure 87: Timeline of global gas and electricity distribution.
Tables
Table 1: Demographics, consumers and demand for gas meters in units and $ value, by region 2018.
Table 2: Residential, commercial and industrial consumers for selected countries
Table 3: Demographics, consumers and demand for gas meters in units and $ value, by major countries 2018.
Table 4: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, the World, 2018-2022.
Table 5: Changes in the demand cycles for gas meter markets by country
Table 6: Typical turndown ratios of gas meter types
Table 7: Basic population and gas statistics, Europe
Table 8: Numbers of metered residential and industrial end-users of gas, Europe, thousands, 2018
Table 9: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Europe, 2018-2022
Table 10: Basic population and gas statistics, Austria.
Table 11: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Austria, 2018-2022.
Table 12: Basic population and gas statistics, Belgium.
Table 13: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Belgium, 2018-2022.
Table 14: Basic population and gas statistics, Bulgaria.
Table 15: Basic population and gas statistics, Czech Republic.
Table 16: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Czech Republic, 2018-2022.
Table 17: Basic population and gas statistics, Denmark.
Table 18: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Denmark, 2018-2022.
Table 19: Basic population and gas statistics, Estonia.
Table 20: Basic population and gas statistics, Finland.
Table 21: Basic population and gas statistics, France.
Table 22: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, France, 2018-2022.
Table 23: Basic population and gas statistics, Germany.
Table 24: Gas meters in use in Germany by type, 2011.
Table 25: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Germany, 2018-2022.
Table 26: Basic population and gas statistics, Greece.
Table 27: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Greece, 2018-2022.
Table 28: Basic population and gas statistics, Hungary.
Table 29: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Hungary, 2018-2022.
Table 30: Basic population and gas statistics, Ireland.
Table 31: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Ireland, 2018-2022.
Table 32: Basic population and gas statistics, Italy.
Table 33: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Italy, 2018-2022.
Table 34: Basic population and gas statistics, Latvia
Table 35: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Latvia, 2018-2022.
Table 36: Basic population and gas statistics, Lithuania.
Table 37: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Lithuania, 2018-2022.
Table 38: Basic population and gas statistics, Netherlands.
Table 39: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Netherlands, 2018-2022.
Table 40: Basic population and gas statistics, Poland.
Table 41: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Poland, 2018-2022.
Table 42: Basic population and gas statistics, Portugal.
Table 43: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Portugal, 2018-2022.
Table 44: Basic population and gas statistics, Romania.
Table 45: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Romania, 2018-2022.
Table 46: Basic population and gas statistics, Slovak Republic.
Table 47: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Slovak Republic, 2018-2022.
Table 48: Basic population and gas statistics, Slovenia.
Table 49: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Slovenia, 2018-2022.
Table 50: Basic population and gas statistics, Spain.
Table 51: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Spain, 2018-2022.
Table 52: Basic population and gas statistics, Sweden.
Table 53: Basic population and gas statistics, Switzerland.
Table 54: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Switzerland, 2018-2022.
Table 55: Basic population and gas statistic, Turkey.
Table 56: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Turkey, 2018-2022.
Table 57: Basic population and gas statistics, United Kingdom.
Table 58: UK energy providers’ record of installations of smart meters by January 2018.
Table 59: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, United Kingdom, 2018-2022.
Table 60: Basic population and gas statistics, CIS.
Table 61: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, CIS, 2018-2022.
Table 62: Basic population and gas statistics, Russia.
Table 63: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Russia, 2018-2022.
Table 64: Basic population and gas statistics, Ukraine.
Table 65: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Ukraine, 2018-2022.
Table 66: Basic population and gas statistics, Middle East.
Table 67: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Middle East, 2018-2022.
Table 68: Basic population and gas statistics, Iran.
Table 69: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Iran, 2018-2022.
Table 70: Basic population and gas statistics, North Africa, 2013
Table 71: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, North Africa, 2018-2022.
Table 72: Basic population and gas statistics, Algeria.
Table 73: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Algeria, 2018-2022.
Table 74: Basic population and gas statistics, Egypt.
Table 75: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Egypt, 2018-2022.
Table 76: Basic population and gas statistics, sub-Saharan Africa.
Table 77: Basic population and gas statistics, Asia Pacific.
Table 78: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Asia Pacific, 2018-2022.
Table 79: Basic population and gas statistics, Australia.
Table 80: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Australia, 2018-2022.
Table 81: Basic population and gas statistics, China.
Table 82: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, China, 2018-2022.
Table 83: Leading gas meter companies in China
Table 84: Basic population and gas statistics, India.
Table 85: The PNG network in India, 2016.
Table 86: CNG network in India, 2016.
Table 87: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Indonesia, 2018-2022.
Table 88: Basic population and gas statistics, Indonesia.
Table 89: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Indonesia, 2018-2022.
Table 90: Basic population and gas statistics, Japan.
Table 91: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Japan, 2018-2022.
Table 92: Basic population and gas statistics, South Korea.
Table 93: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Korea, 2018-2022.
Table 94: Basic population and gas statistics, New Zealand.
Table 95: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, New Zealand, 2018-2022.
Table 96: Basic population and gas statistics, Pakistan.
Table 97: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Pakistan, 2018-2022.
Table 98: Basic population and gas statistics, Taiwan.
Table 99: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Taiwan, 2018-2022.
Table 100: Basic population and gas statistics, Thailand.
Table 101: Basic population and gas statistics, United States.
Table 102: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, United States, 2018-2022.
Table 103: Basic population and gas statistics, Canada.
Table 104: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Canada, 2018-2022.
Table 105: Basic population and gas statistics, Mexico.
Table 106: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Mexico, 2018-2028.
Table 107: Basic population and gas statistics, South America.
Table 108: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, South America 2018-2022.
Table 109: Basic population and gas statistics, Argentina.
Table 110: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Argentina, 2018-2022.
Table 111: Basic population and gas statistics, Brazil.
Table 112: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Brazil, 2018-2022.
Table 113: Basic population and gas statistics, Chile.
Table 114: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Chile, 2018-2022.
Table 115: Basic population and gas statistics, Colombia.
Table 116: Annual demand trend for gas meters, IGC and residential, in units, $ value, with average selling price per meter, Columbia, 2018-2022.
Table 117: Basic population and gas statistics, Central America (excluding Mexico) , 2013

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