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World Oil & Gas Market Analysed and Forecast in New Report by OG Analysis Published at MarketPublishers.com

28 Aug 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – In the midst of the OPEC’s decision to cut output, US production increase is changing the dynamics of emerging economies of China and India. Besides production from current fields, areas with deepwater operations are expected to see robust growth in the perspective, boosting the upstream investments.

Aiming at enhancing the role of natural gas in energy mix and a growing tendency toward floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) terminals, markets using natural gas are poised to gain traction. Specifically, the demand from developing countries is poised to account for a considerable portion of the increase in demand. Meantime, low oil prices keep on challenging the fast-paced growth of natural gas.

Saudi Aramco, ExxonMobil, Saudi Arabia, Petroleos de Venezuela, Royal Dutch Shell, China National Petroleum Company, BP Plc, Gazprom, Total SA, Chevron Corporation, and Petrobras, are some of the prominent players in the market space.

In-demand research report “Global Oil and Gas Supply- Demand Outlook to 2025- Offshore deepwater exploration key for production growth” elaborated by OG Analysis offers a deep, unbiased assessment of the oil and gas market, globally, across key regions, and country-wise.

The report provides the outlook for oil & gas supply, demand, as well as supply/demand balance, globally during 2005-2025. It provides detailed consumption and production forecasts for the leading regional and country markets. The research report also focuses on planned CapEx of the 10 major companies to offer in-depth insights into the future of the global oil and gas market investments and novel areas of development.

 More new cutting-edge research studies by our partner can be found at its page.  


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