Middle East

Middle East

The regional service for Middle East provides integrated analysis of the oil & gas sector, in conjunction with petrochemicals and transport-related sectors, and the macro-level factors pertaining to the region. Profiles of key countries are also included. Short-term and long-term forecasts are provided for supply, demand, and prices. Analyses and data are delivered through our dedicated web portal in multiple formats including formal and informal analytical content, podcasts, webcasts, and more. Clients also have access to data tools, interactive custom charting with ability for data downloads, and mapping tools.

With this service, you receive

  • Web access to analyses, data and data tools
  • Interactive  tools for custom charting, data downloads and mapping
  • Forecasts for hydrocarbon production – crude oil, condensate, natural gas and NGLs
  • Assessment of midstream developments including those related to marine, pipelines and processing capabilities
  • Assessment of downstream (petrochemicals and refining) developments including refining processing capabilities
  • Assessment of fuel value chain (crude market, refining and product distribution)
    • Market volumes for gasoline and diesel split for on-road transportation fuels
    • Volumes for all marketed gasoline and diesel grades in terms of current grades and grades that will be introduced
    • Supply/demand balances and trade flows (imports and exports)
  • Forecasts for energy and feedstocks demand – crude oil, condensate, natural gas, NGLs and refined products (for the entire range of products and by marketable grades)
  • Forecasts for supply and demand of base petrochemicals (olefins and aromatics)
  • Forecasted trade flows for hydrocarbons, feedstocks, refined products and petrochemicals with other regions and within the region
  • Outlook for CAPEX across the oil & gas sector, and a database of projects, which is updated on an ongoing basis
  • Forecast of prices, differentials and margins across the oil & gas and petrochemical sectors
  • Direct access to analysts