Global Crude Oil Markets—Struggling to Rise Above Continued Price Pressures, Forecast to 2019

Global Crude Oil Markets—Struggling to Rise Above Continued Price Pressures, Forecast to 2019

Subdued Oil Prices to Affect Entire Oil and Gas Value Chain

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04-May-2016
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Global
Research Code: 9AAC-00-31-00-00
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This research service aims to analyze the key factors effecting the price of crude oil in the short term (2016–2017) and the expected price in the mid-term (2018–2019), as well as the impact on process equipment from 2015 to 2019. Research covers the demand-supply mismatch and positive factors driving the market such as declining CAPEX, production decline in North America, robust downstream demand, and the Saudi Arabia-Russia pact to freeze output. It also looks at negative factors such as surplus production, global growth, impact of Iran entering the market, and continuing political uncertainty. Based on these factors, the research examines possible price scenarios (2016–2019) and the resulting impact on the process equipment market.

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Key Findings

Research Scope and Objective

Oil and Gas Industry—Factors Effecting Price

Positive Factors

Negative Factors

Factors Driving Uncertainty

Crude Oil Price Expectations—Short-term CAPEX Investments

Impact on Process Equipment

The Last Word—3 Key Takeaways

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This research service aims to analyze the key factors effecting the price of crude oil in the short term (2016–2017) and the expected price in the mid-term (2018–2019), as well as the impact on process equipment from 2015 to 2019. Research covers the demand-supply mismatch and positive factors driving the market such as declining CAPEX, production decline in North America, robust downstream demand, and the Saudi Arabia-Russia pact to freeze output. It also looks at negative factors such as surplus production, global growth, impact of Iran entering the market, and continuing political uncertainty. Based on these factors, the research examines possible price scenarios (2016–2019) and the resulting impact on the process equipment market.
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Author Anand Gnanamoorthy
Industries Industrial Automation
WIP Number 9AAC-00-31-00-00
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