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Global Gas Utilities Industry Analysed & Forecast by MarketLine in Its In-Demand Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

09 Jan 2018 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – In 2016, the world’s gas utilities industry generated revenues of more than USD 249.92 billion, registering a -2.2% CAGR from 2012 to 2016.

Meantime, the gas utilities industry consumption volume witnessed sluggish growth at a 0.6% CAGR during 2012-2016, and in 2016 reached 101.5 trillion cubic feet.

In the years ahead, the global gas utilities industry is anticipated to rise, spurred majorly by the increasing consumption (due to the fact that it is the least damaging fossil fuel from an environmental point of view).

The in-demand research report “Gas Utilities Global Industry Guide 2017” drawn up by MarketLine gives access to trustworthy quantitative and qualitative information on the historical and present performance of the gas utilities industry at various geographical levels.

This report sheds light on the market dynamics and presents an insightful overview of the key factors hampering and fueling the market growth, offers an in-depth analysis of the market segments with details on their shares and growth rates. Besides, the research study discusses the hottest issues and top trends, points out the emerging growth opportunities and the major challenges, as well as evaluates the market’s growth potential. Moreover, this publication examines the competitive scene, includes Porter’s Five Forces analysis, touches upon the regulative framework and includes comprehensive profiles of the dominant participants. In addition, a set of detailed future forecasts for the world’s gas utilities industry through to 2021 is at hand in this report.

More in-demand research reports by this publisher are provided in the MarketLine online catalogue at MarketPublishers.com.


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