Global Oil and Gas (O&G) Outlook 2014

Global Oil and Gas (O&G) Outlook 2014

Technological Advancements Drive Opportunities

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11-Nov-2014
REGION
Global
Research Code: MA59-01-00-00-00
SKU: EG00122-GL-MO_00617

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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.

Table of Contents

Top 5 Key Predictions in the O&G Industry

CEO’s Perspective

Key Developments and Implications

Implication of Investments in Shale Plays

Key Priorities for O&G Companies across the Value Chain

Scope and Coverage

Associated Research and Multimedia on O&G

Macro Factors Driving Global O&G Demand

O&G—Industry verdict

Opportunities in the Industry Value Chain

Key Drivers for Increased Oil Production

Major Regions Driving Oil Demand

Crude Oil Import Trends

Key Drivers Impacting Gas Production

Major Regions Driving Gad Demand

Trends in Gas Trade

Factors Affecting Gas Prices

Trends in LNG Trade

Key Challenges Affecting O&G Industry

Snapshot of O&G Geographic Markets

Changing Dynamics—Upstream Value Chain

Factors Driving Upstream Investments

Technology Developments in Exploration

Imspact of Prices on Drilling Activities

Global Deepwater Reserve

Deepwater Exploration Impact on Production

Developments in Rig Counts

Prospects for Shale Gas Development

Prospects for Shale Gas Development

Technological Advancements in Shale

Timeline for Shale Development

Key Challenges to Shale Gas Development

Snapshot of Selected Upstream Geographic Markets

Changing Dynamics—Downstream Value Chain

LNG—Value Chain components

Impact of Rise in LNG Trade

Regasification Capacity Global Forecast

LNG Business Models

LNG Technology Roadmap

LNG—Key Highlights and Industry Verdict

Snapshot of Selected Midstream Geographic Market

Changing Dynamics—Downstream Value Chain

Refinery Spending Forecast

Refinery Capacity and Utilisation Drivers

Key Geographies Driving Refinery Capacity Increases

Refinery Runs Forecast

Factors Impacting Refinery Margins

Downstream Process Chain

O&G Product Demand Forecast

End-user Consumption Demand

Snapshot of Selected Downstream Geographic Markets

Top 5 Opportunity Areas

Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR)—Key Highlights

EOR Impact on Extracted Oil

Technological Advancements in Oil Production

EOR Technology Roadmap

Snapshot of Selected Geographic Markets

Subsea—Key Highlights

Developments in Subsea Structures

Subsea Investment Forecast

Subsea Investment Trends

Snapshot of Selected Geographic Markets

Unconventional O&G—Key Highlights

Oil Reserves vs. Production

Unconventional Oil Production Forecast

Unconventional Gas Production Forecast

Snapshot of Selected Geographic Markets

Gas Fracturing Technologies

Advanced FPSO—Key Highlights

Investment trends in FPSOs

FPSOs Installation Forecast

Technology Developments in FPSOs

Key FPSO Planned Projects

Water Management—Key Highlights

Segmentation of Water Management

Need for Water in Energy Production

Global Regions Affected by Water Stress

Impact of Shale Production on Water

Conclusions and Future Outlook

Abbreviations

Regional Definitions

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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 20152030.
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Author Pritil Gunjan
Industries Energy
WIP Number MA59-01-00-00-00
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