Global Oil and Gas Infrastructure Security Market Assessment

Global Oil and Gas Infrastructure Security Market Assessment

Growing Threats Continue to Drive Oil and Gas Infrastructure Security Expenditure

RELEASE DATE
13-Dec-2012
REGION
Global
Research Code: M83D-01-00-00-00
SKU: AE00614-GL-MR_07199
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This study will assess global oil and gas infrastructure security market by identifying the key trends and opportunities for suppliers of security systems at various oil and gas infrastructures worldwide. It will identify the ongoing and upcoming projects in the upstream and downstream segment of oil and gas and assess countries with high growth potential in this market. The scope of the study will cover trends and revenue forecast in the following segments: access control systems, surveillance, perimeter Security, command and control, screening & detection, cyber security. The time frame covered for understanding the market opportunities in this study is 2011-2021.

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Global Oil and Gas Infrastructure Security Market Trends

  • Global Oil and Gas Infrastructure Security Market Segmentation
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This study will assess global oil and gas infrastructure security market by identifying the key trends and opportunities for suppliers of security systems at various oil and gas infrastructures worldwide. It will identify the ongoing and upcoming projects in the upstream and downstream segment of oil and gas and assess countries with high growth potential in this market. The scope of the study will cover trends and revenue forecast in the following segments: access control systems, surveillance, perimeter Security, command and control, screening & detection, cyber security. The time frame covered for understanding the market opportunities in this study is 2011-2021.
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Industries Aerospace, Defence and Security
WIP Number M83D-01-00-00-00
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