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Global Oil & Gas Market Shrinks by 13.6% in 2016 as Low Crude Oil Prices Push Down Revenues, says MarketLine

Parul Dubey on October 27, 2017 - in Energy, Oil & Gas

MarketLine’s latest market report: ‘Global Oil & Gas’ reveals a declining market trend in 2016 as the price of crude oil pushed down profits of the major players.

Overall the global oil & gas market saw its value fall from $1,395.7 billion in 2015 to $1,205.6 billion in 2016.

Commenting on the value decline in the oil & gas market, MarketLine analyst Mohammad Hamza Iqbal said, “There is a clear correlation between the decline in the price of crude oil and the decline in the value of the oil & gas market generally, especially taking into consideration the fact that volume consumption levels globally actually increased rather than decreased in 2016. Whilst demand for oil and gas remains strong, low crude oil prices have hit profitability.’’

The company’s latest forecasts predict a market value of $1,624.7 billion over the period 2016 – 2021, a healthy Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 6.1%. Volume growth during the same period is forecast at 1.6% reaching a total consumption of 52,619.8 million barrels of oil equivalent (BOE).

Growth is however expected to fall behind the total market in Europe with an expected CAGR of 3.4% to 2021. This is largely due to European market maturity, coupled with low population growth and a shift towards renewable energy. As a result only marginal growth in European volume consumption can be expected.

The company’s report also highlights that the US oil & gas market is the largest domestic oil & gas market in the world, with a total value of $286 billion in 2016.

This means that the US market alone accounts for almost 24% of the global oil & gas market. The second and third largest national oil & gas markets are China and Russia respectively. Chinese market value stood at $161.9 billion and Russia’s $63.5 billion in 2016. The crude oil segment was the largest in 2016, accounting for 96.4% followed by natural gas at 3.6%.

Information from MarketLine’s latest market report: Global Oil & Gas’

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Editor’s notes

  • Quotes provided by Mohammad Hamza Iqbal, analyst at MarketLine.
  • Information based on MarketLine’s case study: ‘Global Oil & Gas’
  • The cast study covers the market size (value and volume 2012-16, and forecast to 2021). The profile also contains descriptions of the leading players including key financial metrics and analysis of competitive pressures within the market.

All information correct at time of publication and prepared under MarketLine’s established methodology.

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