Visiongain's analysis indicates that the global oil shale market will reach a value of $3.3 billion in 2012. The sector will experience strong growth over the forecast period to 2022 as companies and governments around the world seek to profit from the vast potential of oil shale reserves. Visiongain's analysis provides a comprehensive overview of the oil shale market taking into the various factors influencing the development of the market.
The lead analyst of the oil shale report commented that 'The global oil shale market is only commercially active in a handful of countries around the world. Most nations that have substantial reserves are looking to expand their domestic industry over the next decade as rising oil demand and high oil prices become an increasing burden for net-importers of oil. The huge untapped reserves and the ongoing technological advancement, especially with in-situ work, present a great opportunity for governments and private investors alike and will make oil shale an attractive alternative to other conventional and unconventional oil sources over the next decade.'
The Oil Shale Market 2012-2022, analyzes this developing energy sector and provides insights into the drivers and restraints that will shape the market over the next decade. It contains 115 tables, charts and graphs that add visual analysis in order to explain developing trends within the global and the 13 leading national markets. In addition, the report provides profiles of 46 leading companies operating within the market, and includes 3 interviews with principal oil shale companies.
Companies listed include: Companies Listed A.F.S.K. Hom Tov Alstom Altius Ambre Energy Limited Ambre Energy North America American Shale Oil LLC (AMSO) Atomenergoproekt Aurasource Inc. Baker Steel Capital Managers Blue Ensign Technologies Ltd. BP Plc Bullion Monach Mining Inc Central Pacific Minerals Chattanooga Corp. Chevron China National Coal Company China National Petroleum Company (CNPC) China Qinzhou Kai Yu Yuan New Energy Company, Ltd CJ Group (India) Development Engineering Inc. Earth Search Sciences Inc. ECAP Investments Eesti Energia Enefit Enefit American Oil Enefit Outotec Technology EnShale Energy ExxonMobil Fugro Robertson Ltd Fushun Mining Group Company Gansu Coal Company General Synfuels International Genie Energy Genie Oil and Gas (GOGAS) Global Oil Shale Group Limited (GOS) Global Resource Corporation Harbin Coal Chemical Company Holcim Ichthyol-Gesellschaft IDT Corporation Imperial Petroleum Recovery Corporation Independent Energy Partners (IEP) Inter RAO Israel Chemicals Ltd Israel Energy Initiatives (IEI) Japan Oil, Gas&Metals National Corp (JOGMEC) JGC Corporation Jilin Guangzheng Mining Company Jordan Energy & Mining Ltd. (JEML) Jordan Oil Shale Company (JOSCo) Jordan Oil Shale Energy (JOSE) Karak International Oil (KIO) Kiviõli Keemiatööstuse OÜ Laguna Resources Lejjun Oil Shale Investments Leningradslanets Oil Shale Mining Public Company Linc Energy Longkou Coal Company Lukoil Mitsui & Co. Ltd Mountain West Energy Narva Elektrijaamad National Electric Power Company (NEPCO) Natural Soda Inc. Near East Investment Company Oil India Limited (OIL) Outotec PennWell Petroleum Petro Matad Petro Probe Inc Petroleo Brasileiro SA (Petrobras) Polysius Procom Consultants Queensland Energy Resources (QER) Red Leaf Resources Inc. Rohrbach Zement Royal Dutch Shell San Leon Energy Plc Schlumberger Shale Tech International (STI) Shale Technologies LLC Shell Oil Company Sinopec Southern Pacific Petroleum (SPP) Sultani International Oil Plc Technopian Corporation ThyssenKrupp TomCo Energy Plc Total S.A. TTU Galoter UMATAC Industrial Processes Uzbekneftegaz Viru Keemia Grupp WorleyParsons XOL Xtract Energy Plc YTL Power International