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Description This report, co-authored with HfS, examines the key macro-economic and other business challenges by the oil & gas industry. Organizations in this industry are facing issues such as declining production of crude oil and natural gas, rising consumption of its products and low reserves. These challenges have a direct impact on outsourcing in this… » read more

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Unconventional gas exploration and production has grown rapidly in recent years. This has been partly due to technological advances in drilling as well as hydraulic fracturing and partly due to the benefits of using natural gas instead of other fuels for power generation. Furthermore, unconventional gas resources are found in almost every continent and they… » read more

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The Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Market 2011-2021 investigates this prosperous area of the energy industry. The report assesses this growing sector, which is central to the future of global oil output. The report focuses on the developments in the industry, with analysis of all major FPSO vessels across the largest 16 FPSO national… » read more

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The Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Technologies Market 2011-2021 assesses this vital and growing industry which is central to the future of global oil output. The report focuses on the developments in the industry, with analysis of all major EOR projects in 20 leading countries with analysis and forecasts underpinned by consultation with expert opinion from… » read more

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Russia has one of the largest reserves of both oil and natural gas in the world. Being the largest oil producer in the world, the country has a lion’s share in global oil exports, as well as being the largest exporter of natural gas in the world. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208166&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-Russia.html With the strong growth posted by the… » read more

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The European continent has a well placed access to both oil and gas. Europe is the world’s fourth largest producer of oil and gas, with the North Sea basins containing the largest oil and gas reserves in Europe. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208167&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-Europe.html With production of oil and gas hitting a decline in the last couple of years, the… » read more

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Sweden primarily relies on hydro power and nuclear power for its power needs. After a period of good growth, the Swedish oil and gas industry fell into a period of decline starting from 2009. It is expected that from 2011 onwards, the industry should maintain a period of unsteady growth till 2015. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208164&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-Sweden.html With crude… » read more

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Spain is majorly dependent on imports for meeting its primary energy requirements. Domestic energy production in Spain is only able to meet merely 23% of the country’s total primary energy consumption. With a small amount of domestic oil reserves, the country has turned to renewable energy as a source to meet its energy requirements. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208159&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-Spain.html… » read more

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The Norwegian economy is heavily dependent on the exports of oil and gas from the North Sea oil in Norwegian waters. With the peak in oil production in the North Sea, the company has been involved in several disagreements over the oil exploration prospects in the Barents Sea and the Arctic region. http://www.bharatbook.com/detail.asp?id=208163&rt=Oil-and-Gas-Industry-in-Norway.html With so… » read more

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