Oil and Gas CAPEX—Impact on Process Equipment Market, 2016

Oil and Gas CAPEX—Impact on Process Equipment Market, 2016

Process Equipment Companies Continue to Wait Out the Brutal Short-term Economic Scenario

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11-May-2016
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Research Code: 9AAC-00-30-00-00
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As a result of Saudi Arabia's decision to keep producing oil to retain its share in the global oil and gas market, the price of oil dropped below $30 for the first time in a decade, seriously impacting the CAPEX. The aim of this private market insight is to analyze the demand-supply gap in the crude oil market. The demand-supply gap is caused by several factors such as the rise in North American shale oil production, Saudi Arabia’s and Russia’s decision to keep producing oil and OPEC’s unwillingness to support production. Other factors considered in this analysis include the expected crude oil price; impact on CAPEX in upstream, midstream, and downstream investments; and the impact on process equipment during the study period.

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Key Findings

Research Scope and Objective

Demand and Supply Mismatch

Crude Oil Price Expectations

2016 CAPEX Investment Estimate

Barclay’s 2016 Upstream CAPEX Projection

2016 Upstream CAPEX—Summary of Expectations

2016 Midstream CAPEX Breakdown

2016 Midstream CAPEX—Survey of North American Midstream Participants

2016 Midstream CAPEX—Survey of North American Midstream Participants (continued)

2016 Downstream CAPEX

Impact on Process Equipment

Process Equipment Market—Market Share Analysis and 2016 Outlook

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As a result of Saudi Arabia's decision to keep producing oil to retain its share in the global oil and gas market, the price of oil dropped below $30 for the first time in a decade, seriously impacting the CAPEX. The aim of this private market insight is to analyze the demand-supply gap in the crude oil market. The demand-supply gap is caused by several factors such as the rise in North American shale oil production, Saudi Arabia’s and Russia’s decision to keep producing oil and OPEC’s unwillingness to support production. Other factors considered in this analysis include the expected crude oil price; impact on CAPEX in upstream, midstream, and downstream investments; and the impact on process equipment during the study period.
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Author Anand Gnanamoorthy
Industries Industrial Automation
WIP Number 9AAC-00-30-00-00
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