Oil and Gas Exploration & Production Industry (U.S.): Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts: NAIC 211000

Oil and Gas Exploration & Production Industry (U.S.): Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2023, NAIC 211000 Vital industry-specific data including metrics, benchmarks, historic numbers, growth rates and forecasts that will save countless hours of research. Key Findings:– Oil and Gas Exploration & Production Industry (U.S.) to reach $400,619 million by 2023.– …

Analysis of the Desalination industry in GCC countries: All sources of water with the Production and Consumption data and trends (2016 – 2021)

Aquifers are a major source of water in GCC countries. They are vast underground reservoirs of water. In the 1970s, the GCC governments undertook a major effort to locate and map such aquifers and estimate their capacity. As a result, it was able to drill tens of thousands of deep tube wells in the most …

Analysis of the Desalination Industry in Saudi Arabia – Water Consumption, Production by Desalination, Power Consumption, and New Technologies in Water Production & Energy Efficiency, and Trends 2017 – 2022

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the largest of the GCC countries. The country has the largest population at 30.77 million. The country has 16% of all proven oil reserves in the world. Even as the country attempts to diversify its economy, almost 80% of the budget revenues, 90% of export earnings and almost 45% …

Analysis of the Desalination Industry in United Arab Emirates – Water Consumption, Production by Desalination, Power Consumption, and New Technologies in Water Production & Energy Efficiency, and Trends 2017 – 2022

The United Arab Emirates is the second largest country in Gulf Cooperation Council. The sum total of the country’s water resources falls short of its ever-growing requirements. More than 90% of its groundwater is saline. Only 2 freshwater aquifers remain. The infrequent and scarce rains that do occur are bound in by dams that prevent …

Analysis of the Desalination Industry in Bahrain – Water Consumption, Production by Desalination, Power Consumption, and New Technologies in Water Production & Energy Efficiency, and Trends 2017 – 2022

In 2003, the total quantity of desalinated water used was 102.4 million cubic meter against 44.1 million cubic meters in the year 1991. In 2005, treated wastewater amounted to about 62 million cubic meters per year of the wastewater (secondary treatment) against the 45 million cubic meters in 1991.Despite the 100% increase compared to the …

Analysis of the Desalination Industry in the GCC Region – Water Consumption, Production by Desalination, Power Consumption, and New Technologies in Water Production & Energy Efficiency, and Trends 2017 – 2022

Early efforts at desalination, large-scale water filtration for drinking and other purposes began during the 1960s with Bahrain and Kuwait setting up the first plants, using the MED (multi-distiller effect) technology. During the mid-twentieth century, Kuwait became the first member of GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) to use MSF (Multi-Stage Flash) distillation technology. The GCC represents …

Analysis of the Desalination Industry in Oman – Water Consumption, Production by Desalination, Power Consumption, and New Technologies in Water Production & Energy Efficiency, and Trends 2017 – 2022

Oman has a comparatively smaller population, lower level of affluence, small reserves of hydrocarbons, and astonishingly high levels of unemployment. However, this only increases the need for economic diversification. The country has negligible amounts of groundwater, and the insignificant rainfall is immediately vaporized in the high temperatures in the country. The population of Oman has …

Analysis of the Desalination Industry in Qatar – Water Consumption, Production by Desalination, Power Consumption, and New Technologies in Water Production & Energy Efficiency, and Trends 2017 – 2022

Qatar has a population of 2.2 million growing at 3% annually and more pressing than the country’s need for successful economic diversification is its need for water. Qatar utilizes 460 liters of water per capita per day, the highest in the world. This consumption remains perilously high despite government warnings, and especially ironic, given negligible …

Analysis of the Desalination Industry in Kuwait – Water Consumption, Production by Desalination, Power Consumption, and New Technologies in Water Production & Energy Efficiency, and Trends 2017 – 2022

Kuwait is one of the driest countries in the GCC and MENA regions. Receiving no more than an average of 110 mm of rainfall per annum, the country is devoid of fresh water streams. Over-depleting of aquifers has led to reliance on desalination for almost all the needs of the country (90% of all water …