Global Oil and Gas (O&G) Outlook 2014

Technological Advancements Drive Opportunities

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This study provides a detailed analysis of the key trends affecting the global O&G market over the course of the next decade and beyond, looking at the highest impact issues creating opportunities in the areas of upstream, midstream, and downstream. Despite increasing affinity towards alternate energy sources, O&G will remain the major source for power generation in the long term. The upstream sector will be driven by the global shale revolution; midstream will be driven by internationalisation of LNG trade; and downstream will be driven by improvements in refinery margins that are directly impacted by end-user demand, crude oil prices, and utilization ratios. The base year is 2014 and forecasts span 2015–2030.

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Executive SummaryTop 5 Key Predictions in the O&G IndustryCEO’s PerspectiveKey Developments and ImplicationsImplication of Investments in Shale Plays Key Priorities for O&G Companies across the Value ChainScope and CoverageScope and CoverageAssociated Research and Multimedia on O&GO&G Industry—A Global PerspectiveMacro Factors Driving Global O&G DemandO&G—Industry verdict Opportunities in the Industry Value ChainKey Drivers for Increased Oil ProductionMajor Regions Driving Oil DemandCrude Oil Import TrendsKey Drivers Impacting Gas ProductionMajor Regions Driving Gad DemandTrends in Gas TradeFactors Affecting Gas PricesTrends in LNG Trade Key Challenges Affecting O&G IndustrySnapshot of O&G Geographic MarketsUpstream OutlookChanging Dynamics—Upstream Value ChainFactors Driving Upstream InvestmentsTechnology Developments in ExplorationImspact of Prices on Drilling ActivitiesGlobal Deepwater ReserveDeepwater Exploration Impact on ProductionDevelopments in Rig CountsProspects for Shale Gas DevelopmentProspects for Shale Gas DevelopmentTechnological Advancements in ShaleTimeline for Shale DevelopmentKey Challenges to Shale Gas DevelopmentSnapshot of Selected Upstream Geographic MarketsMidstream OutlookChanging Dynamics—Downstream Value ChainLNG—Value Chain componentsImpact of Rise in LNG TradeRegasification Capacity Global ForecastLNG Business ModelsLNG Technology RoadmapLNG—Key Highlights and Industry VerdictSnapshot of Selected Midstream Geographic MarketDownstream OutlookChanging Dynamics—Downstream Value ChainRefinery Spending ForecastRefinery Capacity and Utilisation DriversKey Geographies Driving Refinery Capacity IncreasesRefinery Runs ForecastFactors Impacting Refinery MarginsDownstream Process ChainO&G Product Demand ForecastEnd-user Consumption DemandSnapshot of Selected Downstream Geographic MarketsTop 5 Opportunity AreasTop 5 Opportunity AreasEnhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)—Key HighlightsEOR Impact on Extracted OilTechnological Advancements in Oil ProductionEOR Technology RoadmapSnapshot of Selected Geographic MarketsSubsea—Key HighlightsDevelopments in Subsea StructuresSubsea Investment ForecastSubsea Investment TrendsSnapshot of Selected Geographic MarketsUnconventional O&G—Key HighlightsOil Reserves vs. Production Unconventional Oil Production ForecastUnconventional Gas Production ForecastSnapshot of Selected Geographic MarketsGas Fracturing TechnologiesAdvanced FPSO—Key HighlightsInvestment trends in FPSOsFPSOs Installation ForecastTechnology Developments in FPSOsKey FPSO Planned ProjectsWater Management—Key HighlightsSegmentation of Water ManagementNeed for Water in Energy ProductionGlobal Regions Affected by Water StressImpact of Shale Production on WaterConclusions and Future OutlookConclusions and Future OutlookAppendixAbbreviationsRegional DefinitionsLegal Disclaimer




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