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Oil & Gas Insight brings you analysis of regional trends, regulatory changes, projects and investments plus competitive intelligence on the growth strategies of leading companies in the sector

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Industry Trend Analysis - Cost Inflation To Keep Growth In Check - MAR 2017

Americas February 2017 / United States / Industry

Rising demand for the highest specification rigs and pressure pumping services will begin to weigh on breakeven costs over 2017.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Floating LNG-To-Power As Market Enabler - MAR 2017

Asia February 2017 / Asia / Industry

Floating LNG-to-power solutions have the potential to transform segregated power markets, by offering a smaller scale more flexible alternative to onshore power plants and import facilities. We see the most upside in the Indonesian and Philippine markets.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Increasing Opportunities For Specialist OFS - MAR 2017

Emerging Europe February 2017 / Europe / Industry

Growth in specialised decommissioning focused oil field service providers will be substantial, as opportunities in the North Sea begin to pick up. Three subsectors with the greatest growth potential are offshore structure removal, onshore recycling and processing, and decommissioning consultancies.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Targeting South Atlantic For Big Barrels - MAR 2017

Middle East & Africa February 2017 / Africa / Industry

As major companies edge closer to achieving cash flow neutrality at a lower oil price, risk tolerance will support a greater focus on underexplored offshore acreage, with the south Atlantic margin attracting growing interest.

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Industry Trend Analysis - Asset Deal Supports Extended Production - MAR 2017

Western Europe February 2017 / United Kingdom / Industry

BMI View: Chrysaor's acquisition of a mature asset base in the North Sea will support end of life recovery optimisation at a number of the fields. This latest deal reinforces our view that private equity will be more prominent in upstream and the North Sea is likely to see an increase in the presence of private equity backed players, looking to optimise and extend production from maturing fields.

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