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  • Hungary Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... oil and gas imports, which come predominantly from Russia. While ongoing regional infrastructure developments willenable Hungary to diversify its oil and gas import sources, the country's Fidesz-led government will likely maintain closetrade relationship with Russia. Read More

  • Trinidad & Tobago Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... natural gas shortages in Trinidad and Tobago, offsetting governmentconcerns over the profitability of LNG trade. Investment has suffered in the wake of weaker market conditions, slowing upstreamprogress over the latter part of our forecast period. Read More

  • Bulgaria Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... Sea highlights the potential for both oil and gas explorationin the area. Exploration and appraisal activity is picking up, with potential results over the coming quarters. The exploration outlookonshore in Bulgaria remains much more limited. Read More

  • Canada Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... outlook for Canada's oil and gas industry given continued headwinds amid sustaineddomestic commodity price weakness. Unfavourable project economics and regulatory headwinds will discourage large-scale oilsands capacity growth, much-needed midstream expansions and further LNG terminal development. Read More

  • Egypt Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... exporter from this year. Subsidy reform poses material downside risk to both refined fuel andnatural gas consumption, and we remain more positive on domestic gas demand as extensive power generation projects continueto be brought online. Read More

  • Ghana Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... as an active exploration scene, with the country’s first offshore licensing round launched in Q418. However, theprospects for the country's small and inefficient downstream sector are bleak, thus subjecting Ghana to growing imports of refinedfuels. Read More

  • Peru Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... and continued governmentsupport. However, Peru will produce below its potential, notably in terms of crude, as a history of strong environmentalist oppositionand a highly competitive regional market will reduce the attractiveness of the country's supplies. Read More

  • Spain Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... in conventional resources within Spain over the pastseveral years, we expect domestic production of oil and gas to remain negligible. Moreover, we believe that prospects for onshoreunconventionals are unlikely to materialise within our forecast period. Read More

  • Turkey Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... next 12 months. The performance of thedownstream sector will be aided by the addition of the delayed STAR refinery which is now set to boost refining capacity, initiallyfrom Q119 and becoming fully operational in mid-2019. Read More

  • Vietnam Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... growing need for imported feedstock on the back of robustdomestic refining and regasification capacity additions. The outlook for natural gas, both for production and consumption, ispositive, supported by a host of new projects on the ... Read More

  • Fossil Fuel Power Generation

    ... and Southern Company (all based in the US), along with China Energy, China Power, NTPC (India), SSE (UK), and Tokyo Electric Power Company (Japan). COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE Demand is driven by commercial, government, and residential needs ... Read More

  • Italy Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... Italy Oil & Gas Q1 2019 Key View: Italy's oil and gas sector will continue to suffer from a gradual depletion of its hydrocarbon reserves and the rapiddownsizing of the country's ailing refining sector. Read More

  • Malaysia Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... supporting the economics for high-cost EOR projects across matureproducing fields. The start-up of the RAPID project in Q119 will add 300,000b/d to Malaysia's total refining capacity, putting thecountry in a position to export surplus refined ... Read More

  • Slovakia Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... share of Russian gas transit to Western European market.However, this position might be weakened by the Nord Stream 2 project, which, if realised, will enable Russia to increase itsgas exports directly to Germany thus bypassing ... Read More

  • Worldwide Energy December 2018

    ... sources and applications. These include oil, gas, coal nuclear, electric, solar and the latest energy alternatives. Articles cover exploration and operation of various energy sources, and R&D and production of energy conservation products and processes. Read More

  • Kazakhstan Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... supported by additional output from Tengiz and Kashagan fields. Thecompletion of modernisation projects at the country's refining sector will now help reduce the country's reliance on Russian fuelimports and increase security of supply amid growing ... Read More

  • Brunei Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... owing to the positive outlook for Botswana's economy which is beingdriven by increasing activity in the mining sector and rising private final consumption. Furthermore, subdued inflation will supportconsumer demand in the short to medium term. Read More

  • Denmark Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    Denmark Oil & Gas Q1 2019 Key View: For 2019, we forecast 2.4% growth in new vehicle sales, with commercial vehicle (CV) sales (+4.8%) to outperformpassenger vehicle (PV) sales (+2.0%). Read More

  • Israel Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... Work onthe Tamar expansion and Leviathan is accelerating. A final investment decision (FID) was reached on phase 1A of the Leviathandevelopment in early 2017; the Tanin and Karish project also reached FID in March 2018. Read More

  • Czech Republic Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... local currency appreciation. The market will benefit from robust, albeit slowing, economicgrowth. The Czech Republic is heavily reliant on imported medical devices, although domestically manufactured products are of anincreasingly good quality and remain competitive in ... Read More

  • Saudi Arabia Oil & Gas Q1 2019

    ... oil market and undercut prices. Global demand growth is also slowing, putting pressure onOPEC to reduce its output to match consumption. We have downgraded our short-term oil production forecast to reflect this alteredmarket balance. The ... Read More

  • Oil and Gas Field Services Industry (U.S.): Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2025, NAIC 213112

    ... countless hours of research. Key Findings: Oil and Gas Field Services Industry (U.S.) to reach $78,316 million by 2025. Oil and Gas Field Services Industry, including Average EBITDA, Operating Ratios and Sales per Employee. Core ... Read More

  • Refined Products Pipelines and Midstream Services for Gasoline, Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) and Other Refined Petroleum Products Industry (U.S.): Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2025, NAIC 486910

    ... including metrics, benchmarks, historic numbers, growth rates and forecasts that will save countless hours of research. Key Findings: Refined Products Pipelines and Midstream Services for Gasoline, Natural Gas Liquids (NGLs) and Other Refined Petroleum Products ... Read More

  • Generators, and Wind, Steam and Gas Turbine Equipment Manufacturing Industry (U.S.): Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2025, NAIC 333611

    ... forecasts that will save countless hours of research. Key Findings: Generators, and Wind, Steam and Gas Turbine Equipment Manufacturing Industry (U.S.) to reach $19,376 million by 2025. Generators, and Wind, Steam and Gas Turbine Equipment ... Read More

  • Mining Equipment and Oil and Gas Field Equipment Manufacturing Industry (U.S.): Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2025, NAIC 333130

    ... forecasts that will save countless hours of research. Key Findings: Mining Equipment and Oil and Gas Field Equipment Manufacturing Industry (U.S.) to reach $34,007 million by 2025. Mining Equipment and Oil and Gas Field Equipment ... Read More

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