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Analysis of the Offshore Oil & Gas Paints and Coatings Market in Nigeria and Angola

Market Growth to Follow Economic Growth Trends

  • Research Code : MA93-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : CM00066-AF-MR_00360
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  • Release Date : 25-Jun-2015
  • Region : Africa
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This study provides an overview of the Nigerian and Angolan offshore oil and gas paints and coatings markets through 2019. More than 150 companies participate in the Nigerian market, of note Berger Paints, Portland Paints and Products, CAP PLC, DN Meyer PLC, and International Paints. In Angola 25 companies participate, led by Hempel, Azko Nobel, Dekro, Sigma Coatings, and International Paints. At the total market level, this research outlines market drivers and restraints, forecasts and trends, and a market share with competitive analysis. Then, each country is examined separately in terms of volume forecasts and market share by segment (marine, industrial protective, and can and coil). The study concludes with strategic recommendations.
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