What's new this month | December 2013
2013 has been a disappointing year for global growth. Peter Martin presents Wood Mackenzie's outlook for 2014 and highlights the key risks to the global economy.
- Bone Spring and Wolfcamp will drive Permian growth
- Brazil Natural Gas Multi-Client Study.
- Risks to Europe's long-term fuel mix
- Angolan pre-salt giants prepare to stand and deliver.
- Vladivostok LNG: Russia East gas development
- From Feast to Famine: GCC Natural Gas Study
- Fuelling the Middle Kingdom: Chinese Refining Trends
- Hot new frontiers of the top explorers
Bone Spring and Wolfcamp will drive Permian growth
Horizontal drilling is unlocking the production growth potential of the mature Permian basin. Two plays are driving this growth, the Bone Spring and Wolfcamp plays and we estimate that together, they will produce 38 percent of total Permian production by 2018.
Brazil Natural Gas Multi-Client Study.
Brazilís gas market is poised for a major paradigm shift due to rapidly changing industry dynamics. Our new multi-client study, Brazilís Natural Gas: Profit or Peril?, will help market participants make smarter commercial decisions. Click below to learn more.
Risks to Europe's long-term fuel mix
As governments press ahead with policy goals, new risks have emerged that could influence our coal, oil, and gas outlooks.
Angolan pre-salt giants prepare to stand and deliver.
Since early 2012, activity has mostly been seismic acquisition and processing but over the next 12 to 18 months, we expect a major increase in exploration drilling. In fact, we expect up to 20 exploration wells to be drilled in 2014. Click below to learn more.
Vladivostok LNG: Russia East gas development
Russia & Caspian
LNG demand in the Pacific Basin is booming and Russia intends to take advantage of it. Gazprom plans to develop a greenfield, 10 million tonnes per annum, LNG plant near Vladivostok, in Russia's Far East. Download our report to read more.
From Feast to Famine: GCC Natural Gas Study
The magnitude of change and uncertainty in the future development of natural gas in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries has prompted us to undertake a new study addressing the commercial drivers of individual markets and the wider region. Click here to learn more.
Fuelling the Middle Kingdom: Chinese Refining Trends
Our new multi-client study provides a granular view of the Chinese downstream and petrochemical market, looking at regional supply and demand, current and planned major refineries and infrastructure. Stay ahead of the competition. Register your interest on the link below.
Hot new frontiers of the top explorers
Where are the most promising new exploration frontiers? With broad industry moves to embrace more high-impact wildcatting, the question is front of mind for companies and investors alike. But predicting the outcome of risky, new play exploration is as challenging as ever.
A discussion of the energy industry's dependence on water and how it could be impacted by water-driven risks. | October 2013
Wood Mackenzie is pleased to announce our participation in the Latin Oil & Gas - Deepwater Summit in Mexico City, Dec 2-4. | October 2013
As North American energy imports decline, energy independence is expected by 2020, so what are the geopolitical implications? | September 2013
Russia is engaging with China on a range of huge deals that could see energy trade quadruple by 2025. | September 2013