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naphtha market Naphtha Market Size, Share Is Expected To Reach US$ 230.9 Bn by 2030

The latest market report published by Credence Research, Inc. “Naphtha Market, By Product Type and By Geography- Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2016 – 2030,” the global naphtha market was valued at US$ 102.6 Bn in 2016, and is expected to reach US$ 230.9 Bn by 2030, expanding at a CAGR of 5.97% from 2016 to 2030. Click Here for Full Report at https://www.credenceresearch.com/report/naptha-market Market Insights Global naphtha market is projected to witness sign

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Increasing Natural Gas Production and Increasing Trade Of Oil & Gas Products Drive The Growth Of Pipeline Leak Detection System Market For Oil & Gas Industry

Market Insights: Global leak detection system market is expected to gain momentum with growing pipeline network and increasing demand for fossil fuels. Advancement in technology has facilitated the pipeline operators to remote monitoring of pipeline operations. Global pipeline network is about 3.5 million kilometers which is responsible for movement of oil & gas products across the globe. Pipelines are considered to be the safest and the most efficient mode of transportation of hydrocar

Kumar Satyam

Kumar Satyam

Growing demand for electricity drive the growth of Transformer Oil Market

Market Insights Increasing power demand due to growth in industrial, commercial and residential establishments fueling the demand for electricity across the globe which in turn is driving the demand for transformers subsequently increase the demand for transformer oil. Besides this, favorable government initiatives in key consuming economies such as India to completely move to electric vehicles on the road by 2030 which is expected to fuel the electricity consumption in India which is subse

Kumar Satyam

Kumar Satyam

Base Oil Market – What Factors will drive the Market in Upcoming Years and How it is Going to Impact on Global Industry The report covers outlook and research for the Base Oil market on a worldwide and regional level.

The purpose of the report is to illustrate the state of the market of Base Oil, to present actual information about the volumes of production, exports, imports, consumption and the state of the market, the changes that took place in 2017, and also, to build a forecast for the growth of the industry in the medium term until 2026. Browse here for full report: https://www.credenceresearch.com/report/base-oil-market Why was the report written? This report is the result of an extensive

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Radhe thakur

Europe Offshore Wind Energy Market Is Expected To Reach 29.8 GW By 2024

Europe Offshore Wind Energy Market Is Expected To Reach 29.8 GW By 2024: Increasing Investment In Offshore Wind Energy Market Is Projected To Drive The Growth Of Europe Offshore Wind Energy The latest market report published by Credence Research, Inc. “Europe Offshore Wind Energy Market, By Geography- Growth, Future Prospects and Competitive Analysis, 2016 - 2024,” the Europe offshore wind energy market was 13.4 GW in 2016, and is expected to reach 29.8 GW by 2024, expanding at a CAGR of 12

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Solar Tracker Market Research with Size, Industry impacting factors, Share and Forecast to 2023

The report includes forecast and analysis for the Solar Tracker market on a global and regional level. The research gives important data of 2016, 2017 and 2018 along with a projection from 2018 to 2026 based on revenue. The study covers drivers and limitations of the Solar Tracker market along with the impact they have on the trade over the forecast period. Additionally, the report covers the study of possibilities available in the Solar Tracker market on a global level. Browse detail repor

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Radhe thakur

Data Analytics To Play A Crucial Role In Growth Of Oil & Gas Companies In Coming Years

According to a new market research report published by Credence Research “Oil & Gas Analytics Software Market (Operations – Upstream (Exploration and Drilling Analytics, Production Planning & Forecasting Analytics, Field Surveillance and Monitoring Analytics, Equipment Maintenance Management Analytics, Workforce Management Analytics and Asset Performance Analytics), Midstream (Fleet Analytics, Pipeline SCADA Analytics and Storage Optimization Analytics), Downstream (Pricing Analytics, Co

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Marcellus (PA) – update through September 2018

This interactive presentation contains the latest gas (and a little oil) production data, from all 8,512 horizontal wells in Pennsylvania that started producing since 2010, through September. Visit ShaleProfile blog to explore the full interactive dashboards Gas production from horizontal wells came in higher again in September, at 17.4 Bcf/d. Output has grown by about 10% in the 4 preceding months, driven mostly by an increase in well completions; In both August and September, 10

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shaleprofile

North Dakota – update through September 2018

These interactive presentations contain the latest oil & gas production data from all 14,050 horizontal wells in North Dakota that started production since 2005, through September. Visit ShaleProfile blog to explore the full interactive dashboards Oil production in North Dakota jumped to 1,359 kbo/d in September, a month-on-month increase of more than 5%, which again set a new record. Just over 150 wells were brought into production, the highest number in more than 3 years. Th

shaleprofile

shaleprofile

 

Smart Technology Needs Smart Regulators

The title of this article piece caught my ear when I was watching a debate that was held at the recent Bali Fintech conference, where the President of Indonesia made an outstanding speech that was appreciated by many members attending, he made one reference to the popular series "The Game of Thrones" where he said "Several great houses, great families, battle each other fiercely to seize control over the ‘Iron Throne' He also made the following statements: "Preventive excessive governm

George A Barber

George A Barber

 

Pt. 2 Electric and Hydrogen Vehicles - the crucial difference between a Media Interview and a Presentation?:  Conclusions

Pt. 2 Electric and Hydrogen Vehicles - the crucial difference between a Media Interview and a Presentation?:  Conclusions The Presentation might now continue as follows (from Pt.1)  ... "The West's rush for EV's still requires inhumane conditions and poverty to persist  - e.g. in DRC mines, where the biggest cobalt reserves are currently found. The West's clean air comes at a high human cost. All this for EV car batteries, (also batteries for smartphones, tablets etc).    The

Roger Crisp

Roger Crisp

 

Electric and Hydrogen Vehicles - the crucial difference between a Media Interview and a Presentation? pt.1

Electric and Hydrogen Vehicles - the crucial difference between a Media Interview and a Presentation? pt.1 "The West's rush for EV's lacks perspective. The main forces pushing the EV industry are rarely mentioned, nor is the 'elephant in the room' ". This is a good clear start to a Presentation but terrible for a Media interview. There might not be time to add the details.   The Presentation continues ... "The two main forces are: the guilt-agenda of green lobbying power on g

Roger Crisp

Roger Crisp

 

So About That Petronas Dividend From Its Cash Reserves

The Petronas Dividend of RM 30 Billion has been in the Malaysia news lately. Here's an excerpt from an article yesterday: Pakatan MP questions need to use Petronas reserves for special dividend A Pakatan Harapan MP today questioned the rationale in using 36% of national oil company Petroliam Nasional Bhd’s cash reserves for the special dividend of RM30 billion. Wong Chen (PH-Subang) pointed out that Petronas’ cash reserves, as of last year, stood at RM128 billion, and the profit a

Tom Kirkman

Tom Kirkman

US - update through July 2018

This interactive presentation contains the latest oil & gas production data from 95,093 horizontal wells in 10 US states, through July. Cumulative oil and gas production from these wells reached 9.3 Gbo and 102.9 Tcf. Ohio and West Virginia are deselected in most dashboards, as they have a greater reporting lag. Visit ShaleProfile blog to explore the full interactive dashboards Oil and gas production from horizontal wells kept setting new records through the first 7 months of

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shaleprofile

Thoughts on Multiculturalism in Europe

Twenty-plus years ago I lived in England, had a Sri Lankan boyfriend, an Israeli best friend who shared a flat with a Palestinian guy, and a Persian housemate. This is still my idea of multiculturalism. Yet 20 years later what I read and see about Europe -- and Turkey but that's a different question altogether -- suggests the multicultural model governments have been shoving down people's throats has begun to backfire and it is backfiring spectacularly. Take the hidden camera film about the

Marina Schwarz

Marina Schwarz

Eagle Ford - update through July 2018

This interactive presentation contains the latest oil & gas production data from all 21,344 horizontal wells in the Eagle Ford region, that started producing since 2008, through July. Visit ShaleProfile blog to explore the full interactive dashboards In July 228 horizontal wells started production, the highest number in more than 3 years. Although the graph above shows a dip in production in July, this is partially because of reporting lag, and I expect that when these wells h

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shaleprofile

 

TETRA Technologies: A Diamond In The Rough That Can Triple In The Next Year

This article was recently published on Seeking Alpha.  It might be of general interest to this community and, of course, I would be interested in any comments that might help to prove or disprove my thesis.   TETRA Technologies: A Diamond In The Rough That Can Triple In The Next Year Summary Tetra Technologies, Inc. (TTI) is a deeply undervalued small cap energy services company that will not stay so small and undervalued for long. Excluding its

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Mr. Bert

Omnipresent Big Need for Capital... Alternatives?

Smaller producers who are finding it more difficult to secure bank credit, with many loans still under pressure, are seeking new ways to capture funding.  As prices are making it a bit easier to add to the balance sheet, versus $26 per barrel in recent times, new avenues for capital have opened up. We see the increased ability of 'non-bank' capital sources to serve these operators that have a large need for capital.  Reserve Based Lending, (RBLs), are certainly in transition and many smalle

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BlackLine Resources

A New Polymer EOR Technology

Produced Water Mobility Inhibition Polymer Flooding Jay C. Reynolds, Applied Mobility, LLC, Oil City, Louisiana   Numerous reservoirs in the US are prone to early transition to high water production and produce at their economic limits in spite of often having 75-80% or more of their OOIP remaining in these developed and de-risked fields. It is the shallow reservoirs that were discovered first and mis-managed in the early days which are now in the hands of the Mom and Pops, w

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Permian – update through July 2018

This interactive presentation contains the latest oil & gas production data from all 17,140 horizontal wells in the Permian (Texas & New Mexico) that started producing since 2008/2009, through July. Visit ShaleProfile blog to explore the full interactive dashboards Output has continued to rise fast in the first half year, adding over 400 thousand barrels of oil per day from horizontal wells. The apparent drop in July is as usual due to incomplete data. As the graph above s

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shaleprofile

 

oil market Russia's recent curious different stance on oil supply

The oil market is witnessing some interesting dynamics this week: On one hand Russia thinks (at least as stated in their public statement on Saturday) there were risks that global oil markets could be facing a deficit; on the other hand, OPEC (of which Saudi Arabia is the most influential player) hinted last week that it may have to reimpose output cuts as global inventories rise. This public divergence seems to be confusing the traders. The confusion stems from the fact that major oil players S

The lonely, thankless job of heating the world in winter

It’s almost here – the darkness and the icy death grip of winter. Some may not feel the full sting of it, if you live in sunny and warm climates, while other brave souls embrace it. Having had fingers so numb I couldn’t unlock a door, I tend to be not as thrilled, but in truth it makes no sense to go through life hating one of the four seasons just because it can be unpleasant. Whether you like or loathe winter though, if your home must endure one you have to respect it. Winter can kill you

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Terry Etam

Bouncing Back But For How Long?

The Baker Hughes US oil rig count – a proxy for health and optimism in the overall upstream sector – has just reached a 31-month high to 1067 rigs,  though nowhere near the all-time high of 1609 back in July 2014. This recent development is not surprising; crude prices have been trending upwards and reached a new 24-month peak last week as well. Looking at the breakout data, it is possible that some of the gains could be from re-started sites shut down in the wake of Hurricane Michael bypas

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Easwaran Kanason