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Special Report: Production Forecasts
Special Report | Production Forecasts
This special report takes an in-depth look at oil production forecasts in countries around the world, discover who the biggest loser is, who's on the up, the reasons behind the numbers and what influencing factors need to be considered in the future.
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With oil prices showing no
sign of recovery the impact on production will continue to grow. Capital expenditure cuts are already taking place and, according to this special report,
output from the world’s major producers will fall by 150,000 barrels a day by mid-2016
and by 0.583m b/d by the year’s end. Discover the detail behind these falls in output and which regions are more robust than others.
Size: 210mm x 297mm
Published: March 2016
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Petroleum Economist has published a series of books on the gas, LNG, GTL and CCS sectors and annual surveys of the refining, petrochemicals and oil storage sectors, we recently launched a series of in-depth special reports covering specific segments of the energy industry. These reports draw on Petroleum Economist’s decades of specialist knowledge, and include data from our archives, analysis from our reporting team, contributions from industry experts and detailed specialist maps from our industry-renowned cartographic department.
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Nearing the cliff edge
Canadian oil output - Defying the gloom
FSU oil output - Flatlining in the FSU
Mideast oil output - Liquid, not solid
Latin American oil output - Heading south
Asian oil output - Past its peak
West African oil output - On the up
North Sea oil output - The storm nears
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