Worldwide Oil & Gas Sector Examined & Forecast by MarketLine in Topical Research Study Published at MarketPublishers.com25 Nov 2013 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – During 2008-2012, the worldwide oil and gas market registered a 1.7% CAGR and in 2012 had total revenues of more than USD 3 billion. During the same time period oil and gas consumption volume recorded a 1.5% CAGR and in 2012 climbed to 45.6 billion barrels equivalent (BOE). BP, Exxon Mobil Corporation, OAO Gazprom and China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) are amid the top companies playing in the global oil and gas arena.
The world oil and gas market is poised to exhibit a 1.5% CAGR in the years to come to surpass the USD 3.3 billion mark by end-2017.
Topical market research study “Global Oil & Gas” prepared by MarketLine provides an in-depth guide to the world oil and gas market.
The report presents comprehensive qualitative and quantitative analysis of the global oil and gas sector, unveils supply and demand statistics, and gives a market assessment by category and geography. It uncovers historical and present industry values, examines the main market segments, identifies the key factors driving and restraining the market growth, discusses the important industry trends and issues, and highlights the macroeconomic environment. The research study contains Porter’s five forces analysis, describes the competitive scenario and reviews the leading market participants, detailing their operations and financial performance. In addition, the report evaluates the market attractiveness and offers extensive market forecasts through 2017.
Global Oil & Gas
Published: September, 2013
Price: US$ 350.00
Other In-demand Research Reports by MarketLine Include:
- Oil & Gas in North America
- Oil & Gas in South America
- Oil & Gas in South Africa
- Oil & Gas in Asia-Pacific
- Oil & Gas in Middle East
- Oil & Gas in Europe
- Oil & Gas in Eastern Europe
- Oil & Gas in Western Europe
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