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Research and Markets welcomes a contracts review

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World Pipelines,

Research and Markets has recently announced that it has added ‘Monthly Oil & Gas Industry Contracts Review - Midstream Sector Prevail Contracts Activity in the EMEA Region’ report to its offering.

The report provides key data regarding contracts and open tenders in the oil and gas industry. Moreover, it portrays detailed comparative data on the number of contracts and their value in the month, subdivided by region, sector and geographies in September 2016.

The report also provides information on key contractors and issuers based on the worth of their contracts that were executed in the oil and gas industry during the month by geographies and over the year.

The report analyses oil and gas contracts in the global arena, reviews contracts in the upstream (exploration and production), midstream (pipeline, transportation, storage and processing) and downstream sectors (refining and marketing).

Within the report, readers can also find information about the top awarded contracts in each sector that took place in the oil and gas industry. They can also find a summary of top contractors in the oil and gas industry over the past 12 months subdivided by the sector. Contractors such as Hyundai Engineering & Construction, SK Engineering & Construction, KBR, Transocean and KOGAS are included.

Additionally, the report summarises the top issuers in the industry over the past 12 months. They are subdivided by the sector and Gazprom, Statoil, Liquefied Natural Gas Limited, Royal Dutch Shell and Chevron.

The geographies covered include North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, South and Central America, and Middle East and Africa.

For more information about this report, click here.

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