South Korea Oil & Gas Industry Prospects Reviewed in New In-Demand Study Published at MarketPublishers.com
16 May 2012 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Australia’s Woodside Petroleum Limited (WPL) and the state-run Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) are set to go wildcatting off South Korea’s coast in a long-shot bid to turn around the country’s upstream fortunes. There is little precedent to suggest this strategy will be successful. Instead, LNG is set to play a greater role in the country’s energy picture, leading to new import deals and possible terminal expansion.
New market research study “South Korea Oil and Gas Industry Outlook to 2020- Supply, Demand, Investment, Infrastructure (Fields, Blocks, Pipelines, LNG, Refinery, Storage Assets) and Companies” elaborated by OG Analysis has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd.
South Korea Oil and Gas Industry Outlook to 2020- Supply, Demand, Investment, Infrastructure (Fields, Blocks, Pipelines, LNG, Refinery, Storage Assets) and Companies
Published: May, 2012
Price: US$ 3.000,00
The study offers a comprehensive guide to South Korea’s oil and gas sector, covering the entire value chain of the industry. It analyzes and forecasts each of the oil and gas segments in the country; gives detailed analysis of investment opportunities in each sector, highlighting the growth potential and feasibility of projects; identifies key challenges, drivers & restraints in the South Korean oil and gas industry and the impact of these metrics on the industry.
Furthermore, the report gives outlook of South Korea’s production and consumption of crude oil, petroleum products, natural gas and coal to 2020. Company wise and asset wise forecasts along with competitive structure for each segment, as well as profiles of top 3 oil and gas companies and updates of the major deals and events in the industry are also included.
More new market research studies by the publisher can be found at OG Analysis page.