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Energy information is in secular growth. All information sets from seismic, pricing, B2B and research & advisory are benefitting from the global energy resource agenda.
Exploration and production spending, an important indicator, underpins our double digit forecast for 2014.
80% of seismic spend is outside the US, and this is one of the few information categories not dominated by US companies.
Firms compete primarily on (geographic) scope of information sets and technology. For seismic, the largest category, technology and analytics have now become as relevant as they have in other information industries.
Growth priorities for seismic firms are expansive; grow capacity (especially marine), develop analytics and build the library.
For non-seismic firms there has been a tendency to broaden coverage away from oil to other fuels, clean energy and emissions markets, and other commodities such as petrochemicals and metals.
Features;
·         36 slides
·         Forecasts for 2014 and 2015-18 CAGR
·         M&A deals and trends
·         Revenues for the top 20 seismic firms, top 10 research & advisory firms, top 10 energy & commodities trading information firms.
·         CEO strategy survey
·         Market segmentations by six different sources of information
·         Trend and indicator analysis
·         Client targeting metrics
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Energy information; single user licence

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