Deal Activity in Global Oil & Gas Industry Reviewed in New Study Published at MarketPublishers.com23 Feb 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The global energy crisis in tandem with declining reserves-production ratios and reduced production from traditional sources, fields and wells resulted in the oil and gas industry facing both challenges and opportunities. The challenge lies in developing more advanced technology for enhancing production from existing reserves as well as seeking alternative fuel sources and further being in step with the discoveries with supporting technology. The opportunity lies in the rebounding prices and an increased hunger for oil and gas, which, its turn, has lead to a growing interest in a variety of deals. The industry has started witnessing the increased hunt for business synergies allowing for the output maximization, in an effort to prepare for the strategic and operational challenges as well as other unforeseen events presented by the worldwide economy.
New research study “Oil and Gas Deal Landscape and Trends 2011 - Increased Deal Activity Dominated by Debt Offerings” developed by GBI Research has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
Oil and Gas Deal Landscape and Trends 2011 - Increased Deal Activity Dominated by Debt Offerings
Published: September, 2011
Price: US$ 3.500,00
The research study features in-depth analysis of the global oil and gas deal landscape and highlights the various concerns and shifting trends. Its scope comprises:
- overview and analysis of the major deal types;
- analysis of major deals with an emphasis on deal rationale;
- quantitative trend analysis of the individual deal types and sectors;
- analysis of the influence of key global events on the global deal scenario;
- information about the costliest completed deals in the recent past.
More new studies by the publisher can be found at GBI Research page.