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Plunkett's Energy Industry Trends & Statistics 2015: A Summary Version of Energy Industry Almanac 2015

Chapter 1: Major Trends Affecting the Energy Industry
1) Energy Industry Introduction
2) Smart Electric Grid Technologies Are Adopted
3) The Energy Industry Invests in Storage Battery Technologies with an Eye on Distributed Power and Renewables
4) Smart Meters Now Installed in Millions of Homes, but Consumers Are Slow to Adopt Dynamic Pricing
5) Superconductivity Provides Advanced Electricity Distribution Technology
6) Global Shale Gas Resources Revolutionize the Energy Industry
7) America to Lead the World in Oil Production/Shale Aids Plunge in Oil Price/Limited Exports Allowed
8) Coalbed Methane Boosts U.S. Gas Production/Coal Exports Soar
9) New Pipelines Are Needed to Handle Growing Production, But They Create Controversy
10) LNG Projects Boom, Including Floating Plants (FLNG)/America Begins LNG Exports
11) Russia and Africa Have Massive Production/Israel Develops Major Gas Fields
12) Oil Field Services Gain from Advanced Technologies/Face Revenue Decline in 2015-2016
13) Exploration and Production Grow at Extreme Water Depths/Promising Offshore Fields include Mexico, Brazil, Asia and Africa
14) Energy Demand Climbs in India and China/Nuclear, Hydro and Gas Projects Grow
15) Canada’s Oil Sands Production Reaches 1.9 Million Barrels per Day, But Operating Costs Are High
16) Production of Synthetic Crude from Kerogen Trapped in Shale Advances Through New Technologies
17) Utilities Face Expensive EPA Rules Aimed at Reducing Emissions from Coal
18) Electric Utilities Adopt Coal Emissions Scrubbers While the Industry Tests Carbon Capture and Clean Coal Technologies
19) Nuclear Energy Moves Ahead in India, China, the UK and the Middle East
20) Ethanol Production Soared, But U.S. Federal Subsidy Expires
21) Cellulosic Ethanol Makes Slow Commercial Progress
22) Refineries Along with Chemicals and Plastics Plants Invest Heavily in U.S./Take Advantage of Shale Natural Gas
23) Energy Intensity Is a Prime Focus in China/U.S. Achieves Dramatic Energy Intensity Results
24) Historic Reforms Change Mexico’s Oil and Gas Industry
Chapter 2: Energy Industry Statistics
I. Overview of the Energy Industry
Global Energy Overview: 2012-2013
U.S. Energy Industry Overview
Historical Energy Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1970-2013
Total U.S. Energy Consumption: 2010-2040
U.S. Energy Intensity: 1980-2040
Energy Consumption & Expenditures Indicators, U.S.: Selected Years, 1975-2013
Energy Consumption by Source & Sector, U.S.: 2013
Primary Energy Flow by Source & Sector, U.S.: 2013
Approximate Energy Unit Conversion Factors
Energy Exports, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Energy Imports, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Total, Net & Petroleum Imports, U.S.: 1970-2013
Federal R&D & R&D Plant Funding for Energy, U.S.: Fiscal Years, 2012-2014
U.S. Department of Energy Funding for Science & Energy Programs: 2013-2015
II. Electricity
Electricity Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Average Retail Prices of Electricity Sold by U.S. Electric Utilities: Selected Years, 1960-2013
Forecasted Costs of New Electricity Generation by Energy Source
Net Electrical Power Generation by Fuel Type, U.S.: 1981-July 2014
Net Electrical Power Generation by Fuel Type, U.S., U.S.: 2013
Net Electrical Power Generation From Renewable Sources, U.S.: 2003-September 2014
III. Fossil Fuels and Nuclear Energy
Energy Production by Fossil Fuels & Nuclear Power, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Coal Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Petroleum Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Petroleum Consumption by the Transportation Sector, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Refinery Capacity & Utilization in the U.S.: Selected Years, 1960-2013
Refinery Sales Prices & Refiner Profit Margins for Selected Petroleum Products, U.S.: Selected Years, 1995-2013
Retail On-Highway Diesel vs. Regular Gasoline Prices, U.S.: Selected Years, January 1995-August 2014
Crude Oil Domestic First Purchase Prices, U.S.: Selected Years, 1960-2013
Crude Oil Production & Oil Well Productivity, U.S.: Selected Years, 1955-2013
Petroleum Imports by Country of Origin, U.S.: Selected Years, 1960-2013
Value of U.S. Crude Oil Imports from Selected Countries: Selected Years, 1980-2013
Top World Oil Producers: 2013
Top World Oil Consumers: 2013
Top World Oil Net Exporters: 2012
Top World Oil Net Importers: 2012
Top World Oil Reserves by Country: 2013
Landed Costs of U.S. Crude Oil Imports from Selected Countries: Selected Years, 1975-2014
Natural Gas Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Natural Gas Prices by Sector, U.S.: Selected Years, 1970-2013
Annual U.S. Shale Gas Production: 1990-2040
The 15 Largest Nuclear Power Plants in the U.S.
IV. Renewable Energy
Energy Production by Renewable Energy, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Renewable Energy Consumption by Source, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
Renewable Energy Consumption in the Residential, Commercial & Industrial Sectors, U.S.: 2007-2013
Renewable Energy Consumption in the Transportation & Electric Power Sectors, U.S.: 2007-2013

PLUNKETT'S ENERGY INDUSTRY TRENDS & STATISTICS 2015

Key Features:


Industry trends analysis, market data and competitive intelligence
Market forecasts and Industry Statistics
Link to our 5minute video overview of this industry

Pages: 99
Statistical Tables Provided: 45
Geographic Focus: Global

A condensed market research report excerpted from Plunkett’s Energy Industry Almanac 2015, including forecasts and market estimates technologies analysis and vital statistical tables. You will gain significant insights that can help you shape your own strategy for business development, product development and investments.

  • How is the industry evolving?
  • How is the industry being shaped by new technologies?
  • How is demand growing in emerging markets and mature economies?
  • What is the size of the market now and in the future?
Contents, Statistics, Forecasts and Analysis Include:

Major Trends Affecting the Energy Industry


1. Energy Industry Introduction
2. Proposals for U.S. Electricity Grid Enhancements Include a “Smart Grid,” Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs) and Technologies such as Flow Cell Batteries
3. Superconductivity Provides Advanced Electricity Distribution Technology
4. Global Shale Gas Resources Revolutionize the Energy Industry
5. Shale Oil Booms in North Dakota’s Bakken and Texas’ Eagle Ford
6. Coalbed Methane Production Soars, Boosting U.S. Gas Production
7. New Pipelines Are Needed to Handle Growing Production, But They Create Controversy
8. LNG Projects Offer Increased Supply/Floating LNG Plants May Change the Industry
9. Russia and Africa Have Massive Production/Israel Develops Major Gas Fields
10. Oil Field Services Gain from Advanced Technologies
11. Exploration and Production Grow at Extreme Water Depths/Promising Offshore Fields include Mexico, Brazil, Asia and Africa
12. Energy Demand Climbs in India and China/Nuclear, Hydro and Gas Projects Grow
13. Canada’s Oil Sands Production Reaches 1.8 Million Barrels per Day, But Operating Costs Are High
14. Production of Synthetic Crude from Kerogen Trapped in Shale Advances Through New Technologies
15. Clean Coal and Coal Gasification Technologies Advance/Carbon Capture (CCS) Proves Costly
16. Nuclear Energy Moves Ahead in India, China, the UK and the Middle East
17. Ethanol Production Soared, But U.S. Federal Subsidy Expires
18. Cellulosic Ethanol Makes Slow Commercial Progress
19. New Refineries and Petrochemicals Plants Add to Capacity/Take Advantage of Cheap Natural Gas on the Gulf Coast
20. Energy Intensity Is a Prime Focus in China/U.S. Achieves Dramatic Energy Intensity Results
21. America on Track to Lead the World in Oil Production by 2017

Contents, Statistics, Forecasts and Analysis Include:

Major Trends Affecting the Energy Industry


1) Energy Industry Introduction
2) Smart Electric Grid Technologies Are Adopted
3) The Energy Industry Invests in Storage Battery Technologies with an Eye on Distributed Power and Renewables
4) Smart Meters Now Installed in Millions of Homes, but Consumers Are Slow to Adopt Dynamic Pricing
5) Superconductivity Provides Advanced Electricity Distribution Technology
6) Global Shale Gas Resources Revolutionize the Energy Industry
7) America to Lead the World in Oil Production/Shale Aids Plunge in Oil Price/Limited Exports Allowed
8) Coalbed Methane Boosts U.S. Gas Production/Coal Exports Soar
9) New Pipelines Are Needed to Handle Growing Production, But They Create Controversy
10) LNG Projects Boom, Including Floating Plants (FLNG)/America Begins LNG Exports
11) Russia and Africa Have Massive Production/Israel Develops Major Gas Fields
12) Oil Field Services Gain from Advanced Technologies/Face Revenue Decline in 2015-2016
13) Exploration and Production Grow at Extreme Water Depths/Promising Offshore Fields include Mexico, Brazil, Asia and Africa
14) Energy Demand Climbs in India and China/Nuclear, Hydro and Gas Projects Grow
15) Canada’s Oil Sands Production Reaches 1.9 Million Barrels per Day, But Operating Costs Are High
16) Production of Synthetic Crude from Kerogen Trapped in Shale Advances Through New Technologies
17) Utilities Face Expensive EPA Rules Aimed at Reducing Emissions from Coal
18) Electric Utilities Adopt Coal Emissions Scrubbers While the Industry Tests Carbon Capture and Clean Coal Technologies
19) Nuclear Energy Moves Ahead in India, China, the UK and the Middle East
20) Ethanol Production Soared, But U.S. Federal Subsidy Expires
21) Cellulosic Ethanol Makes Slow Commercial Progress
22) Refineries Along with Chemicals and Plastics Plants Invest Heavily in U.S./Take Advantage of Shale Natural Gas
23) Energy Intensity Is a Prime Focus in China/U.S. Achieves Dramatic Energy Intensity Results
24) Historic Reforms Change Mexico’s Oil and Gas Industry

Energy Industry Statistics

I. Overview of the Energy Industry

1) Global Energy Overview: 2012-2013
2) U.S. Energy Industry Overview
3) Historical Energy Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1970-2013
4) Total U.S. Energy Consumption: 2010-2040
5) U.S. Energy Intensity: 1980-2040
6) Energy Consumption & Expenditures Indicators, U.S.: Selected Years, 1975-2013
7) Energy Consumption by Source & Sector, U.S.: 2013
8) Primary Energy Flow by Source & Sector, U.S.: 2013
9) Approximate Energy Unit Conversion Factors
10) Energy Exports, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
11) Energy Imports, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
12) Total, Net & Petroleum Imports, U.S.: 1970-2013
13) Federal R&D & R&D Plant Funding for Energy, U.S.: Fiscal Years, 2012-2014
14) U.S. Department of Energy Funding for Science & Energy Programs: 2013-2015

II. Electricity

1) Electricity Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
2) Average Retail Prices of Electricity Sold by U.S. Electric Utilities: Selected Years, 1960-2013
3) Forecasted Costs of New Electricity Generation by Energy Source
4) Net Electrical Power Generation by Fuel Type, U.S.: 1981July 2014
5) Net Electrical Power Generation by Fuel Type, U.S., U.S.: 2013
6) Net Electrical Power Generation From Renewable Sources, U.S.: 2003September 2014

III. Fossil Fuels & Nuclear Energy

1) Energy Production by Fossil Fuels & Nuclear Power, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
2) Coal Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
3) Petroleum Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
4) Petroleum Consumption by the Transportation Sector, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
5) Refinery Capacity & Utilization in the U.S.: Selected Years, 1960-2013
6) Refinery Sales Prices & Refiner Profit Margins for Selected Petroleum Products, U.S.: Selected Years, 1995-2013
7) Retail OnHighway Diesel vs. Regular Gasoline Prices, U.S.: Selected Years, January 1995August 2014
8) Crude Oil Domestic First Purchase Prices, U.S.: Selected Years, 1960-2013
9) Crude Oil Production & Oil Well Productivity, U.S.: Selected Years, 1955-2013
10) Petroleum Imports by Country of Origin, U.S.: Selected Years, 1960-2013
11) Value of U.S. Crude Oil Imports from Selected Countries: Selected Years, 1980-2013
12) Top World Oil Producers: 2013
13) Top World Oil Consumers: 2013
14) Top World Oil Net Exporters: 2012
15) Top World Oil Net Importers: 2012
16) Top World Oil Reserves by Country: 2013
17) Landed Costs of U.S. Crude Oil Imports from Selected Countries: Selected Years, 1975-2014
18) Natural Gas Overview, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
19) Natural Gas Prices by Sector, U.S.: Selected Years, 1970-2013
20) Annual U.S. Shale Gas Production: 1990-2040
21) The 15 Largest Nuclear Power Plants in the U.S.

IV. Renewable Energy

1) Energy Production by Renewable Energy, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
2) Renewable Energy Consumption by Source, U.S.: Selected Years, 1950-2013
3) Renewable Energy Consumption in the Residential, Commercial & Industrial Sectors, U.S.: 2007-2013
4) Renewable Energy Consumption in the Transportation & Electric Power Sectors, U.S.: 2007-2013


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