Oil & Gas
Oil and Gas industry is a highly dynamic industry which is impacted by a variety of forces such as Geopolitics, Regulations, Supply and Demand, and Price fluctuations. As the industry undergoes massive changes, we at Frost & Sullivan track these changes across upstream, midstream and downstream sectors and try to assess the impact these forces have on the market and on the market participants. Frost & Sullivan’s Oil & Gas Market Program provides clients with in-depth research and analysis on industry trends, market research and forecasts, customized consulting, and insights into emerging and groundbreaking technologies. We use market engineering research, market insights, analyst briefings, and economic research and analysis and outlook studies to help deliver business value to client and drive transformation of the clients business. Our Program Area looks at the following trends in the market
· Equipment market for extraction, processing and refining
· Conventional and Unconventional fuels (shale, oil sands, offshore and onshore)
· Oil Field Service markets
· Digital oil fields
· Subsea trends and markets
13 Jun 2018  |  North America
Viability of Second Wave US LNG Projects in a Market Environment Driven by Innovation and Cost Savings
The global LNG industry is approaching a hiatus in growth as current under-construction projects come online in the next 3 years without more new supply in the pipeline. As oil prices dropped, industry investment capital slowed, and project developers shifted their focus from speed to cost savings. While this will cause a pause in supply growth, de...
31 May 2018  |  Global
Technology Fusion Enables Efficient Solutions
With unprecedented increase in the global population, dependency on primary resources including water, food and energy also increases. This has resulted in the rapid dwindling of resources at a greater rate which cannot meet the increasing demands of the rising global population. Therefore, it is necessary to promote sustainable technologies that s...
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29 May 2018  |  North America
Start-Up Companies Driving Upstream Oil & Gas Innovation
The upstream oil and gas industry is increasingly focused on cutting costs and improving recovery rates through radical innovation and digital transformation. Frost & Sullivan's Start-Up Tracker is a resource to help the upstream industry identify solution providers with specific solutions to industry challenges. The Start-Up Tracker provides a ri...
01 Feb 2018  |  Global
The Oilfield Service and Equipment Market Experienced a Double-dip Negative Growth in 2015 and 2016, but is Expected to Rebound with the Recovery of Oil Prices
The global oilfield services and equipment market is still recovering from the 2015 oil price crash, as oil companies are still trying to consolidate their position by reevaluating their capital expenditure. The oilfield services and equipment market has four main segments - drilling, completion, capital equipment, and production. While some segmen...
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23 Jan 2018  |  Global
Advanced and Lightweight Composites Poised to Partially Replace Heavy Steel Across Oil and Gas Applications
The demand for carbon products is projected to grow exponentially in the aftermath of the economic recession of 2009. Aerospace and defense, automotive, and wind turbine industries are the main end consumers for carbon fiber and carbon composites. While activated carbon was mainly used in water treatment, with advances in water purification techniq...
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29 Dec 2017  |  Global
Review of Technologies Transforming the Tight Oil Industry
With the trend for increase in the global demand for energy and depletion of oil resources becoming evident, the oil and gas players were in immediate need to adopt measures to bridge this supply-demand gap. Their focus had turned towards tapping into unconventional oil reserves as they exhibited sufficient potential to meet the future energy. This...
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20 Nov 2017  |  North America
Unconventional Gas Resource is going to Bolster the Supply Potential in Emerging Regions like Africa, Middle East, Asia Pacific, and Russia & CIS
The share of natural gas in the total energy mix is expected to increase from 22% in 2015 to 24% by 2030. With natural gas having significant benefits over other fossil fuels like oil and coal, it has huge potential to build a resilient and sustainable future in the global energy demand. While globally the demand for natural gas is uncertain, the d...
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21 Sep 2017  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Gasoline demand is likely to be driven by emerging markets while developed economies move toward fuel efficient / electric vehicles
With the current drop in crude oil prices, major suppliers of crude oil are looking to diversify their oil and gas portfolios to include refinery products and petrochemicals. Some older refineries in Europe have also temporarily become profitable to operate. Further, the success of Shale Gas and Oil has created self-sufficiency in the US and is p...
06 Jun 2017  |  North America
Amid the Decreasing Demand for Some Refined Products, Global Refining Hubs are Focusing on Increasing their Margins by Upgrading their Refineries
The global refining industry is currently going through an overhaul, with the focus shifting from the west to the east. The epicenter of the refining industry will be moving towards the Asia-Pacific, with China and India as the front runners in the export-oriented market. The study aims to analyze and forecast the global refining market, as well a...
31 May 2017  |  Africa
Up to 37.8 Million Gigajoules of Fuel Can be Converted to Natural Gas from Existing Sources, Bringing the Total Natural Gas Market to 220.9 Million Gi
South Africa’s energy mix is dominated by coal, complemented by renewable and nuclear energy. The government of South Africa has set targets according to the IRP 2010, which forecasts an energy mix containing a greater contribution from renewable energy such as wind, solar, and hydro. This mix also contains a substantial contribution from gas. Th...