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BG, BP, Cenovus Energy, Centrica, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Cosmo Oil, Eni, E.ON, EDF, Enel, Exxon Mobil, Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration (EIA), Engie, Hess, Iberdrola, Murphy Oil, National Grid, OPEC, Petrobras, Petronas, Phillips 66, Repsol, Royal Dutch Shell, SSE, Schneider Electric, Total.
The convergence of economic shifts, geopolitical uncertainty, regulatory reform and technological progress has transformed the energy economy. Increased production due to the shale revolution has challenged peak theory as a way to forecast energy prices and demand has returned as a key driver of price evolution in the short, medium and long term. To prepare for a future where these factors will be increasingly influential, energy firms need access to reliable data and long-term forecasts for key economic and energy demand drivers.
Oxford Economics supports the energy sector with projections and scenarios for the world economy by zones and countries, analysis of future trends in global industrial production with details for key industries such as automotive and construction, detailed local consumer spending forecasts, projections of energy prices, and triggers for economic and political risk. To help executives and government leaders navigate the challenges, opportunities, and risks that lie ahead, our team of economists and industry experts draw on the latest models and analytical tools to provide valuable decision support on some of today’s most critical energy issues, including:
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