The energy industry is boiling over with changes. Deregulation, new opportunities in foreign fields and markets and environmental challenges are rushing together head-on to shape the energy and utilities business of the future. Extremely deep offshore wells in the Gulf of Mexico and offshore of West Africa are being drilled at immense cost. Meanwhile China has become a major energy importer and Russia has become a major exporter. In the U.S., Europe and Japan, renewable and alternative energy sources are developing quickly, including big breakthroughs in wind power and fuel cells. This exciting new reference book covers everything from major oil companies to electric and gas utilities, plus pipelines, refiners, retailers, oil field services and engineering. Petroleum topics include upstream and downstream. Additional topics include coal, natural gas and LNG. More than a dozen statistical tables cover everything from energy consumption, production and reserves to imports, exports and prices. Next, our unique profiles of the Energy 500 Firms are also included, with such vital details as executive contacts by title, revenues, profits, types of business, web sites, competitive advantage, growth plans and more. Purchasers of either the book or PDF version can receive a free copy of the company profiles database on CD-ROM, enabling key word search and export of key information, addresses, phone numbers and executive names with titles for every company profiled.The company offers services including maintenance and workovers, oilfield trucking and fluid hauling, fishing and rental tools ... barge rigs, pumps, top drive, anchor trucks, haul trucks, rental tools, downhole tools, hyperclean units, coiled tubing units, cement units and foam units. ... Key offers the Rising Star employee training program in conjunction with community colleges near their major centers ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Plunkett's Energy Industry Almanac 2007|
|Author||:||Jack W. Plunkett|
|Publisher||:||Plunkett Research, Ltd. - 2006-12|