The oil and gas reports of EMIS Insights follow all the downstream, midstream and upstream components of these sectors. The reports cover the exploration process and extraction works, as well as the refining, transporting and sale of the end-products. The sectors of each country are reviewed as participants in the global industry with coverage of their share in probable and proven reserves, and extracted volumes, as well as the volumes of domestic and foreign trade. Special attention is paid to government policy on the sector, infrastructure development, prices and membership and/or relations with OPEC.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the country’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report includes executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
In 2015 Indonesia was the 24th-largest oil producer and the 10th-largest natural gas producer in theworld. Indonesia had about 3.7bn barrels (bbl) of proven oil reserves and 103.4tn cubic feet (tcf) of proven natural gas reserves in 2015. These ...READ MORE
Since Turkey does not have abundant oil and gas reserves, the country is importing the bulk of fuels needed to support its rapidly expanding economy. The government is trying to gain maximum advantage from the country’s strategic geographic ...READ MORE
The Indian oil and gas sector has traditionally been dominated by large public sector undertakings (PSUs), which continue to have very high market shares in the upstream, midstream, and downstream crude oil and natural gas businesses. Oil and natural ...READ MORE
The oil and gas sector, one of the most important economic sectors in Malaysia, accounted for 11.3% of the country’s GDP in 2015. In that year, the state oil company, Petronas, contributed a total of MYR 26bn in dividends to the Malaysian ...READ MORE
The power sector, comprising generation, transmission and distribution, is a key enabler of India’s economic growth. India, which is Asia’s third-largest economy, accounts for about 5% of the world’s primary energy consumption, ...READ MORE
Colombia’s oil and gas sector was among the main drivers of domestic economy over the period 2010-2014, with its value added expanding at a CAGR of 6.8%, well above the country’s average annual GDP growth of 5% over the same period. ...READ MORE
Indonesia is the largest electric power producer in the ASEAN region. In spite of this, in 2015 the country had an electrification rate of 88.3%, lagging behind neighbouring Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand. The government targets a 99.4% ...READ MORE
Malaysia is self-sufficient in terms of power generation, with natural gas and coal being the main fuels used in power generation. The Malaysian market comprises three main utilities companies that have the largest market share in the power ...READ MORE
As China has grown to become the world's biggest economy, the production, imports and consumption of natural gas have turned into a crucial component of the country's growth and energy needs, especially given the government’s increasing ...READ MORE
The oil and gas sector in Brazil has emerged as one of the country’s driving forces since 1995, when the monopoly of state-run Petroleo Brasileiro (Petrobras) was ended. Following this liberalisation, the sector’s share in Brazil’s ...READ MORE