While there is money in traditional fuels, there is massive interest in the green energy systems that could potentially replace them, and the industry requires specialised equipment at every level, from exploration through to processing and refining, as well as distribution.
With our vast experience in oil market research and gas market research, B2B International can help fuel your insight into the oil, gas and energy sectors. The industry is made up of huge global suppliers and we have worked with most of them, ensuring they are successful in meeting the needs of their customers who buy fuel for their businesses.
We also research the market for the equipment that helps these companies extract natural resources, with our studies in these verticals including coal extraction, aviation fuel, solar energy, natural gas and drilling lubricants, to name but a few.
One of our clients is an oil major regarded as one of the Seven Sisters. The company recognised that the market for different types of fuels in China is going to change considerably in the future – especially with the shift to alternative or new fuels over traditional coal and fuel oil.
Using desk research supported by interviews with Chinese government officials, industry associations, research and academic institutions and Chinese fuel producers, B2B International built up a clear picture of the future energy market in China over the next decade.
Barclays commissioned B2B international to conduct a forecasting research study into the oil and gas market in the North Sea. The key aim was to understand the impact and needs of future investment in the area as well as the general market optimism in the oil and gas industry.
Speaking to oil and gas operators with high levels of knowledge and involvement in the North Sea oil and gas industry, B2B International was able to gain the views into challenges that are currently being faced in the industry, the anticipated employment rates over the next five years and what the future holds for the region including anticipated investment in the North Sea oil and gas industry.
Read the full report here: The Future of the North Sea