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Strategic View of the North American Conventional vs. Unconventional Oil and Gas Market

The Need for Cost-effective Solutions Creates Opportunities for a Competitive Business Model

  • Research Code : 9AAE-00-0B-00-00
  • SKU : EG00047-NA-MR_00542
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  • Release Date : 04-Sep-2014
  • Region : North America
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North America is a large consumer of oil and gas. Historically, the United States heavily depended on foreign oil. The landscape is gradually changing, however, providing the United States more self-sufficiency via its vast available resources in coal-bed methane and shale gas formations. This market insight covers the current state and potential of the conventional and unconventional oil and gas resources in the region. It presents the trends governing the industry and their impact on the forecast period. The base year is 2013, and the forecast period is from 2014 to 2018.

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