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EnergyView Service Sector

Understand the business environment for oil, gas and power companies

Are your strategies and technologies evolving to meet the challenges of the changing global energy markets?

EnergyView Sector brings together the energy market research and expertise of 16 different IHS Energy services as well as delivering customized service-specific reports and briefings. We help companies navigate the geopolitical, financial and technological changes transpiring across energy markets worldwide. Clients receive a holistic package of energy data, analysis and insight covering oil, natural gas and power sectors, as well as exclusive content and customized tools.

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) companies, oil field services firms and equipment suppliers rely on us to:

  • Access the most comprehensive package of IHS energy research, data and analysis
  • Obtain a long-term, integrated global view of regional energy markets and fuel sectors
  • Engage in dialogue with senior IHS Energy researchers and distinguished external experts worldwide
  • Test company strategy against a range of plausible energy market futures
  • Size and forecast product/service lines and maximize revenue
  • Formulate the most viable commercial strategy to compete in selected markets

What’s Included


Weekly Reports
The most important energy news and research of the week, presented in an easy-to-digest format

Strategy Reports
Integrated analysis detailing our long-term market outlook and the implications of cross-cutting energy industry developments

Regular Reports on Market Fundamentals
Short- and medium-term outlooks for supply, demand and price in a specific market, region or industry

Insight Reports
Short papers analyzing recent market developments


Data Center
Detailed supply, demand and throughput information, including prices, margins and inventory statistics

Country Profiles
Regularly updated snapshots of energy activity in selected countries, including:

  • Macroeconomic environment
  • Market structure and key players
  • Supply-demand fundamentals and prices
  • Key issues and opportunities
  • Regulatory framework
Scenarios Services

Three plausible, long-term futures for the global energy industry and, specifically, for North American Gas & Power. Includes data and outlooks to 25 years, updated on an annual basis with input from across the broader IHS organization.

Additional Member Benefits

Multimedia Conference Calls
Periodic online and web-assisted conference calls hosted by IHS Energy teams to help members interpret key trends and market developments

Invitations to interactive webinars and member events led by IHS Energy analysts with expert Q&A

Industry Success Stories



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Oct 05

Commodity Nations Must Deal with the Demise of a Supercycle

The following is from an opinion column that appeared in the Financial Times Friday, September 25, 2015. The recent collapse in oil prices is part of a larger drama — the last act in the commodity “supercycle” that began more than a decade ago. That is why the 50 per cent fall in oil prices means not only hard times for the petroleum indu..more

Sep 29

Asian and European companies to invest in Russia

The first week of September saw Vladimir Putin’s visit to Beijing, followed by the East Asia Economic Summit in Vladivostok, Russia. The events were notable for the signing of several important energy deals between Russia and foreign investors, as well as for some important absences. Low oil prices and Western sanctions continue to batter the Russia..more

Sep 22

Pipelines pace North American natural gas production growth

With the drilling slowdown in both oil and gas, gas production in North America has long been expected to fall, and indeed it has done so, but not by much. After reaching a peak of just under 74 Bcf/d, it has dropped off and US Lower-48 dry gas production is expected to remain stable at around 73.3 Bcf/d through October. While production ..more


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