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Research and Markets: Industry Research Report - 20 Major Energy and Petroleum (E & P) Companies in North America

DUBLIN--()--Research and Markets(http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/0ac73e/industry_research) has announced the addition of the "Industry Research Report - 20 Major Energy and Petroleum (E & P) Companies in North America" report to their offering.

“Industry Research Report - 20 Major Energy and Petroleum (E & P) Companies in North America”

The mission of this industry research report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the Oil and Natural Gas Industry, by using Michael Porter's Five Forces Industry Analysis. Porter's Five Forces Industry Analysis, is a very effective method for analyzing an industry, and was very helpful in structuring the industry research report.

This industry research report features over 250 hours of extensive research, for which over 100 sources have been utilised for the material contained in this report. The sources include over 50 annual reports, company websites, several books, and various other websites. The Oil and Natural Gas Industry Environment section will discuss demand fundamentals, depletion, countries with good exploration prospects, and the global emergence of natural gas. The Competitive Environment section will cover the global super-majors competitive advantage over smaller competitors, industry profitability, returns on capital employed, and attractive price objectives for both crude oil and natural gas. The New Entrants section will discuss many of the difficulties of smaller competitors, the advantages of the global super-majors, vertical integration, Standard Oil, and Canada's tar sand companies. The Buyers section will discuss the countries which use the most crude oil, and the bargaining power of buyers. The Suppliers section will discuss the pipeline companies, and the deepwater drillers, and their respective bargaining power. The Substitutes section will discuss the alternatives to fossil fuels for power plants, Brazil's energy independence, the Pickens Plan, ethanol as a substitute for transportation fuel, natural gas as an alternative to crude oil, and electric cars as a substitute. The industry research report will also highlight 20 major exploration and production companies within the oil and natural gas industry within 4 North America. There will be a summary of each company's revenues and profits over a 10 year period, as well as a description of each company's major operations. The industry research paper will also have several tables showing various statistics regarding crude oil production and consumption.

Key Topics Covered:

  • Executive Summary
  • The Crude Oil and Natural Gas Industry Environment
  • The Growing Importance of The Natural Gas Industry
  • Competitive Environment
  • New Entrants
  • Buyers
  • Suppliers
  • Substitutes
  • Peak Oil
  • Standard Oil & Vertical Integration
  • ExxonMobil
  • Chevron
  • ConocoPhillips
  • Occidental Petroleum
  • Marathon Oil
  • Hess
  • Apache
  • Anadarko Petroleum
  • Devon Energy
  • EOG Resources
  • Murphy Oil
  • Chesapeake Energy
  • Ultra Petroleum
  • SouthWestern Energy
  • Suncor Energy
  • Canadian Natural Resources
  • Imperial Oil
  • Cenovus Energy
  • Nexen
  • Talisman Energy
  • Husky Energy
  • Iraq
  • Venezuela
  • Statistical Tables
  • Canada?s Alberta Oil Sands
  • Major Oil Sands Projects in Development in Canada
  • Major Pipeline Operators
  • United States Shale Gas/Alaska/Piceance Basin
  • Gulf of Mexico/Bakken Oil Shale Formation
  • Major Gulf of Mexico Oil Fields
  • Sources
  • Conclusion
  • Acknowledgements
  • Renaissance Analytics

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