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The oil and gas industry in Netherlands is poised for a period of substantial growth with the presence of large, multinational companies that have vertically integrated operations in the industry. With Royal Dutch Shell Plc being a leading player in the market, there is a lot of scope for the development of the Dutch oil… » read more

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Italy contains approximately 0.06 percent of the world’s oil reserves, though the consumption of natural gas is higher than that of crude oil in the country. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208161&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-Italy.html In April 2007, Italy became part of the Pan-European Pipeline that is going to link Romania with Italy to allow the transfer of crude oil from the Black… » read more

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Germany is one of the biggest energy consumers in the world and relies on imports to meet the majority of its energy requirements. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208160&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-Germany.html Germany is centrally located and is therefore a major hub for natural gas pipeline transit for gas from Russia and the North Sea. While by 2050, the German government expects to… » read more

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While France does not have any significant amount of domestic production of oil, it is still one of the biggest consumers of oil in the world. In order to meet the demand of oil, France has turned to imports from Norway, Saudi Arabia, and Russia. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208158&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-France.html Having a fluctuating growth rate of the industry over… » read more

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Hungary is dependent on Russia for most of its oil imports, and therefore, the country is more focused on using natural gas, with the natural gas segment accounting for nearly 63% of the oil and gas industry in Hungary. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208154&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-Hungary.html The Hungarian oil and gas industry has been witnessing fluctuating growth rates since the last… » read more

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Denmark suffered through an oil crisis in 1973, and since then the country’s energy policy has been a highly discussed agenda in the Danish government. Since the crisis, Denmark has moved on to domestic energy production through the North Sea oil and gas resources as well as renewable energy sources. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208157&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-Denmark.html The Danish oil and… » read more

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Belgium’s primary energy supply is being met by oil and natural gas itself, with the industry accounting for nearly two-thirds of the country’s energy supply. The Belgian oil and gas industry posted good growth rates over the recent years, but since 2009 the industry has been facing a decline. Recovery of the sector is expected… » read more

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