Global Executive Sentiments in Oil & Gas Industry Surveyed by Kable in Topical Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

11 Mar 2014 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Around 65% of global oil & gas industry executives expect positive changes in the world economic outlook in the first half of 2014. As compared with Q4 2013, the percentage of respondents in hopeful mood has slightly increased. The current economic conditions in West Europe are deemed to be the most unfavorable; in East Europe and Africa the situation is better, though still regarded as unfavorable.

Overall, the global oil & gas industry executives’ level of optimism towards the future growth prospects of the both industry and their company has reduced. This is owing to a number of factors, including the prolongation of the Eurozone crisis, soaring exploration expenses, competition from new players, and an unstable political environment or social unrest in the areas the companies are operating. New proposals from governments and the actual state of the world economy are the primary concerns amid the key industry executives.

Topical survey report “Oil and Gas Business Confidence Report Q1 2014” developed by Kable investigates industry executives’ sentiments worldwide on the most recent customer and economic issues, and their influence on investment decisions and opportunities for growth within the worldwide oil & gas industry.

The report scrutinises the executives’ opinion about the present-day and prospective state of the economy and its retroactive effect on the industry. It also analyses the alleged effect of sales performance, supplier price movements, procurement spending outlook, and the number of staff within the industry in the first half of 2014. Additionally, an in-depth unbiased overview of the key priorities, opportunities and threats for the global oil & gas industry over the forecast period is provided. Furthermore, by providing a comparative analysis of Q4 2013 survey results, wherever applicable, the research report also traces the changes in top industry executives' thinking process.

Report Details:

Oil and Gas Business Confidence Report Q1 2014
Published: February, 2014
Pages: 67
Price: US$ 1,950.00

Other Business Confidence Reports Q1 2014 by Kable Include:

More topical studies by the publisher can be found at Kable page.

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