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Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) technologies are used to increase the amount of oil that can be extracted from an oil field after the primary and secondary production stages. The leading 20 players in the EOR market comprise a broad range of companies, including the six supermajors, large state-owned, or part state-owned, companies, and smaller private energy companies. Some of the leading players have diversified their EOR operations to include thermal, gas and chemical methods, often in numerous global locations, while others have focused their investments on one type of EOR technology or one specific region.

Strong global EOR growth over the coming decade will be driven by a combination of factors, including high oil prices, ageing oil fields, rapidly escalating global energy demand, technological developments, a desire to increase energy independence, increasing EOR opportunities in heavy oil and oil sands recovery, and a desire to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. This will ensure that there are significant growth opportunities for the leading EOR companies, along with companies currently outside the top 20 list.

What makes this report unique?

The report analyses the top 20 companies in the EOR market in 2013, showing their revenues from EOR projects, market share, strengths and weaknesses, the type and location of projects, as well as an assessment of each company's future outlook. Visiongain reports are complied using a broad and rich mixture of both primary and secondary information to produce an accurate picture of the current status of the EOR market and the leading companies within it. In order to provide our clients with the best possible product, visiongain analysts consult market leading companies and industry experts. This is compiled with financial data and operational information to ensure an objective overview of the market.

Other research sources used to produce this report include SEC filings, annual reports, financial releases, investor relations presentations, recent and proposed operations, news reports, online and in-house databases, industry journals and information supplied by companies.

Visiongain believes this diverse approach, with direct industry input, produces an accurate and objective approach on which to base the market share calculations and forecast of this report.

Why you should buy The 20 Leading Companies in Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) 2013: A Competitive Analysis

• 165 pages of comprehensive analysis• 107 tables, charts, and graphs quantifying the market in detail• A competitive analysis of the leading 20 companies in the enhanced oil recovery (EOR) market, comparing and ranking market value, the size and location of projects, and the EOR methods utilised:- BP- Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL)- Cenovus Energy Inc.- Chevron Corporation- China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)- ConocoPhillips- Denbury Resources- Devon Energy Corporation- ExxonMobil Corporation- Kinder Morgan- Lukoil- Nexen Inc. / China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC)- Occidental Petroleum Corporation- PDVSA- Pemex- Petrobras- Petroleum Development Oman (PDO)- Royal Dutch Shell- Suncor Energy- Total• Market share data and analysis of the top 20 EOR companies based on direct income from EOR projects in 2012 and expected earnings for 2013• A SWOT analysis illustrating the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to each of the leading 20 EOR companies• Data and analysis of the size (bpd), location, and type of EOR projects operated by each company• Analysis of which companies are likely to increase, decrease or maintain their position in the market over the next year, as well as information on each company's longer-term outlook.• Information on other companies involved in the EOR market• A comprehensive overview of the most important trends in the EOR market, shaping the decisions of the major companies• A PEST analysis of the EOR market, covering the critical political, economical, social and technological issues influencing companies in the industry• Analysis of some of the technological advances currently taking place in the market

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Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

1.1 The Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Overview

1.2 Highlights of the Report

1.3 The Scope of the Report

1.4 Methodology

1.5 The Leading 20 EOR Companies 2012

2. Introduction to the Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

2.1 Stages of Oil Extraction2.1.1 Primary Recovery2.1.2 Secondary Recovery2.1.3 Tertiary Recovery2.2 Thermal EOR Processes2.2.1 Steam Injection2.2.1.1 Steam Flooding2.2.1.2 Cyclic Steam Stimulation (CSS)2.2.2 Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (SAGD)2.2.3 In-Situ Combustion2.3 Gas EOR Processes2.3.1 Carbon Dioxide Injection2.3.2 Nitrogen Injection2.3.3 Natural Gas Injection2.4 Chemical EOR Processes2.4.1 Polymer Flooding2.4.2 Surfactant Flooding2.4.3 Alkaline Flooding2.4.4 Micellar Flooding2.5 Unconventional Oil and Gas2.5.1 Extra Heavy Oil2.5.2 Oil Sands2.5.3 Oil Shale2.5.4 Tight Oil2.5.5 Shale Gas

3. Competitor Positioning in the Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

3.1 The Leading 20 Companies' Market Share in the Global EOR Market 2012

3.2 Changes in Investment in the EOR Market 2012 to 2013

3.3 Comparison of the EOR Methods Being Undertaken by Each Company

3.4 The Location of the Top 20 EOR Companies' Operations

4. Leading 20 Companies in the Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

4.1 BP4.1.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.1.2 SWOT Analysis4.1.3 Future Outlook4.2 Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL)4.2.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.2.2 SWOT Analysis4.2.3 Future Outlook4.3 Cenovus Energy Inc.4.3.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.3.2 SWOT Analysis4.3.3 Future Outlook4.4 Chevron Corporation4.4.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.4.2 SWOT Analysis4.4.3 Future Outlook4.5 China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)4.5.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.5.2 SWOT Analysis4.5.3 Future Outlook4.6 ConocoPhillips4.6.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.6.2 SWOT Analysis4.6.3 Future Outlook4.7 Denbury Resources4.7.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.7.2 SWOT Analysis4.7.3 Future Outlook4.8 Devon Energy Corporation4.8.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.8.2 SWOT Analysis4.8.3 Future Outlook4.9 ExxonMobil Corporation4.9.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.9.2 SWOT Analysis4.9.3 Future Outlook4.10 Kinder Morgan4.10.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.10.2 SWOT Analysis4.10.3 Future Outlook4.11 Lukoil4.11.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.11.2 SWOT Analysis4.11.3 Future Outlook4.12 Nexen Inc. / China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC)4.12.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.12.2 SWOT Analysis4.12.3 Future Outlook4.13 Occidental Petroleum Corporation4.13.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.13.2 SWOT Analysis4.13.3 Future Outlook4.14 PDVSA4.14.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.14.2 SWOT Analysis4.14.3 Future Outlook4.15 Pemex4.15.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.15.2 SWOT Analysis4.15.3 Future Outlook4.16 Petrobras4.16.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.16.2 SWOT Analysis4.16.3 Future Outlook4.17 Petroleum Development Oman (PDO)4.17.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.17.2 SWOT Analysis4.17.3 Future Outlook4.18 Royal Dutch Shell4.18.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.18.2 SWOT Analysis4.18.3 Future Outlook4.19 Suncor Energy4.19.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.19.2 SWOT Analysis4.19.3 Future Outlook4.20 Total4.20.1 Overview and EOR Operations4.20.2 SWOT Analysis4.20.3 Future Outlook4.21 Select Other Companies in the EOR Market 4.21.1 Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)4.21.2 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation4.21.3 Apache Corporation4.21.4 Hess Corporation4.21.5 Husky Energy Inc.4.21.6 Japan Canada Oil Sands Limited (JACOS)4.21.7 Merit Energy Company4.21.8 Petronas4.21.9 Statoil4.21.10 Whiting Petroleum Corporation

5. PEST Analysis of the Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

5.1 Political Factors Influencing the Enhanced Oil Recovery Market

5.1.1 Increasing Demand for Oil

5.1.2 Ageing Oil Fields

5.1.3 Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Emissions

5.1.4 Desire to Increase Energy Security

5.2 Economic Factors Influencing the Enhanced Oil Recovery Market

5.2.1 The Price of Oil

5.2.2 Low Cost of Accessing Used Wells

5.2.3 Continuing Weak Global Economy

5.3 Social Factors Influencing the Enhanced Oil Recovery Market

5.3.1 Carbon Dioxide Leakage and Environmental Issues

5.3.2 Public Opposition to oil Sands Operations

5.4 Technological Factors Influencing the Enhanced Oil Recovery Market

5.4.1 Growth in Oil Sands and Extra Heavy Oil

5.4.2 Technological Improvements

5.4.3 Inconsistent Permeability of Carbonate Geologies

5.4.4 Unproven Nature of Some Technologies

6. Technological Advances in the Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market

6.1 Solar EOR6.2 Microbial EOR (MEOR)6.3 Improving Surfactants6.4 Expanding Solvent Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage (ES-SAGD)6.5 Steam and Gas Push (SAGP)6.6 Vapour Extraction (VAPEX)6.7 Toe-To-Heel Air Injection (THAI)6.8 Controlled Atmospheric Pressure Resin Infusion (CAPRI)6.9 Combustion Overhead Gravity Drainage (COGD)6.10 Colloidal Dispersion Gels (CDGs)6.11 Bright Water™6.12 4D Seismic Modelling

7. Conclusions

7.1 The Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Market Overview

7.2 The Best Positioned Companies in the EOR Market

7.3 Concluding Observations

8. Glossary List of Tables

Table 1.1 The Leading 20 Companies in the EOR Market 2012 (Rank, Value $Bn, Market Share %)

Table 3.1 The Leading 20 Companies in the EOR Market 2012 (Rank, Value $Bn, Market Share %)

Table 3.2 The Leading 20 Companies in the EOR Market Forecast 2013 (Rank, Value $Bn, Market Share %)

Table 3.3 Methods of EOR Production Among the Leading 20 Companies (Thermal, Gas and Chemical)

Table 3.4 Location of EOR Projects Among the Leading 20 Companies (United States, Canada, South America, Asia, Middle East, Russia and Central Asia, Europe, Africa)

Table 4.1 BP Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.2 SWOT Analysis of BP in the EOR Market

Table 4.3 CNRL Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.4 SWOT Analysis of CNRL in the EOR Market

Table 4.5 Cenovus Energy Inc. Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.6 SWOT Analysis of Cenovus Energy Inc. in the EOR Market

Table 4.7 Chevron Corporation Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.8 SWOT Analysis of Chevron Corporation in the EOR Market

Table 4.9 CNPC Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.10 SWOT Analysis of CNPC in the EOR Market

Table 4.11 ConocoPhillips Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.12 SWOT Analysis of ConocoPhillips in the EOR Market

Table 4.13 Denbury Resources Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.14 SWOT Analysis of Denbury Resources in the EOR Market

Table 4.15 Devon Energy Corporation Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.16 SWOT Analysis of Devon Energy Corporation in the EOR Market

Table 4.17 ExxonMobil Corporation Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.18 SWOT Analysis of ExxonMobil Corporation in the EOR Market

Table 4.19 Kinder Morgan Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.20 SWOT Analysis of Kinder Morgan in the EOR Market

Table 4.21 Lukoil Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.22 SWOT Analysis of Lukoil in the EOR Market

Table 4.23 Nexen Inc. / CNOOC Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.24 SWOT Analysis of Nexen Inc. and CNOOC in the EOR Market

Table 4.25 Occidental Petroleum Corporation Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.26 SWOT Analysis of Occidental Petroleum Corporation in the EOR Market

Table 4.27 PDVSA Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.28 SWOT Analysis of PDVSA in the EOR Market

Table 4.29 Pemex Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.30 SWOT Analysis of Pemex in the EOR Market

Table 4.31 Pemex's Upcoming Pilot EOR Projects (Location and EOR Method)

Table 4.32 Petrobras Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.33 SWOT Analysis of Petrobras in the EOR Market

Table 4.34 PDO Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.35 SWOT Analysis of PDO in the EOR Market

Table 4.36 Royal Dutch Shell Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.37 SWOT Analysis of Royal Dutch Shell in the EOR Market

Table 4.38 Suncor Energy Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.39 SWOT Analysis of Suncor Energy in the EOR Market

Table 4.40 Total Overview: Headquarters, Employees, Stock Exchange, Total EOR Production 2012 (bpd), Global EOR Market Size 2012 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2012 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2012, Global EOR Market Size 2013 ($Bn), Global EOR Market Share 2013 (%), Global EOR Market Rank 2013, Five-Year Outlook

Table 4.41 SWOT Analysis of Total in the EOR Market

Table 5.1 PEST Analysis of the Enhanced Oil Recovery Market

Table 7.1 Top 20 Companies in the EOR Market: 2012-2013 Market Share Change (%) and 5-Year Growth Outlook

List of Figures

Figure 2.1 Technically Recoverable Global Shale Gas Resource Estimates by Region (tcf)

Figure 3.1 The Leading 20 Companies in the EOR Market 2012 (% Share)

Figure 3.2 The Leading 20 Companies in the EOR Market Forecast 2013 (% Share) Share)

Figure 3.3 The Leading 20 Companies in EOR Market Share Change Forecast 2012-2013 (%)

Figure 4.1 BP EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.2 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of BP's EOR Operations

Figure 4.3 BP's EOR Production Split (%) Gas and Chemical

Figure 4.4 CNRL EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.5 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of CNRL's EOR Operations

Figure 4.6 CNRL's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal and Chemical

Figure 4.7 Cenovus Energy Inc. EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.8 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Cenovus Energy Inc.'s EOR Operations

Figure 4.9 Cenovus Energy Inc.'s EOR Production Split (%) Thermal, Gas and Chemical

Figure 4.10 Chevron Corporation EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.11 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Chevron Corporation's EOR Operations

Figure 4.12 Chevron Corporation's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal and Gas

Figure 4.13 CNPC EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.14 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of CNPC's EOR Operations

Figure 4.15 CNPC's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal, Gas and Chemical

Figure 4.16 ConocoPhillips EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.17 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of ConocoPhillips's EOR Operations

Figure 4.18 ConocoPhillips's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal and Gas

Figure 4.19 Denbury Resources EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.20 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Denbury Resources' EOR Operations

Figure 4.21 Devon Energy Corporation EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.22 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Devon Energy Corporation's EOR Operations

Figure 4.23 Devon Energy Corporation's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal and Gas

Figure 4.24 ExxonMobil Corporation EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.25 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of ExxonMobil Corporation's EOR Operations

Figure 4.26 ExxonMobil Corporation's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal and Gas

Figure 4.27 Kinder Morgan EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.28 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Kinder Morgan's EOR Operations

Figure 4.29 Lukoil EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.30 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Lukoil's EOR Operations

Figure 4.31 Lukoil's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal and Chemical

Figure 4.32 Nexen Inc. / CNOOC EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.33 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Nexen Inc. / CNOOC's EOR Operations

Figure 4.34 Occidental Petroleum Corporation EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.35 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Occidental Petroleum Corporation's EOR Operations

Figure 4.36 Occidental Petroleum Corporation's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal, Gas and Chemical

Figure 4.37 PDVSA EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.38 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of PDVSA's EOR Operations

Figure 4.39 PDVSA's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal, Gas and Chemical

Figure 4.40 Pemex EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.41 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Pemex's EOR Operations

Figure 4.42 Petrobras EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.43 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Petrobras's EOR Operations

Figure 4.44 Petrobras's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal, Gas and Chemical

Figure 4.45 PDO EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.46 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of PDO's EOR Operations

Figure 4.47 PDO's EOR Production Split (%) Thermal, Gas and Chemical

Figure 4.48 Royal Dutch Shell EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.49 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Royal Dutch Shell's EOR Operations

Figure 4.50 Suncor Energy EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.51 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Suncor Energy's EOR Operations

Figure 4.52 Total EOR Market Share 2012 & Market Share Forecast 2013 (%)

Figure 4.53 Location, Type and Production (bpd) of Total's EOR Operations

Figure 5.1 World Liquid Fuel Consumption Forecast 2008-2035 (Million Barrels per Day)

Figure 5.2 World Oil Prices in Three Cases (Reference, High Price, Low Price) 1990-2035 ($ per Barrel)

Companies Listed

Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Exploration (ADCO)

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)

Aero Energy

Anadarko Petroleum Corporation

Apache Canada

Apache Corporation

Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. (AOSC)

Bapco

Beicip Franlab

BG Group

BP

Bright Source Energy

Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL)

Cenovus Energy Inc.

Chevron Corporation

Chevron Technology Ventures

Chevron USA

China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC)

China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC)

CITGO Petroleum

ConocoPhillips

Cupet

Denbury Resources

Devon Canada

Devon Energy Corporation

DuPont

Elk Petroleum

Encana Corporation

Excelsior Energy Limited

ExxonMobil Chemical

ExxonMobil Corporation

FMC Technologies

Geogreen

GlassPoint

Glori Energy

Hess Corporation

Husky Energy Inc.

IESA

Imperial Oil

Japan Canada Oil Sands Limited (JACOS)

Japan Petroleum Exploration Co. Ltd. (Japex)

Kinder Morgan

Kuwait Gulf Oil Company

Kuwait Petroleum Company

Laricina Energy Ltd.

LINN Energy

Liwa Energy

Lukoil

Marathon Oil

Merit Energy Company

Mubadala

Murphy Oil

Nalco

Nederlandse Aardolie Maatschappij (NAM)

Nexen Inc.

Occidental Petroleum Corporation

Oil Chem Technologies

Oman Oil Company

OPTI Canada Inc. (OPTI)

Partex

PDVSA

Pemex

Petrobank Energy and Resources Ltd.

Petrobras

Petro-Canada

Petrocedeño

PetroChina

Petroecuador

Petroleum Development Oman (PDO)

Petronas

Phillips 66

Praxair

Royal Dutch Shell

Shell Chemicals

Shell Malaysia

Shell Oman Marketing Company

SNF Group

Suncor Energy

Statoil

Tatweer

Tengizchevroil

TIORCO

Total

Total E&P Canada

Whiting Petroleum Corporation

XTO Energy

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report

Brazilian Coal Association (BCA)

Bureau of Land Management (BLM)

Centre of Excellence in Research on Carbon Storage (CEPAC)

École supérieure de physique et de chimie industrielles

Energy Information Administration (EIA)

French Petroleum Institute (IFP)

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)

International Monetary Fund (IMF)

Natural Resources Defence Council

Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)

Pembina Institute

Scientific and Technical Centre (CSTJF)

Sierra Club

University of Delft

University of Houston

University of Kansas

University of Texas

US Department of Energy (DOE)

US Geological Survey (USGS)

World Bank

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In most cases, it is convenient to have some human interaction with a web (micro-)service, no matter how small it is. A traditional approach would be to create an HTTP interface, where user requests will be dispatched and HTML/CSS pages must be served. This approach is indeed very traditional for a web site, but not really convenient for a web service, which is not intended to be good looking, 24x7 up and running and UX-optimized. Instead, talking to a web service in a chat-bot mode would be muc...
It's easy to assume that your app will run on a fast and reliable network. The reality for your app's users, though, is often a slow, unreliable network with spotty coverage. What happens when the network doesn't work, or when the device is in airplane mode? You get unhappy, frustrated users. An offline-first app is an app that works, without error, when there is no network connection.
With an estimated 50 billion devices connected to the Internet by 2020, several industries will begin to expand their capabilities for retaining end point data at the edge to better utilize the range of data types and sheer volume of M2M data generated by the Internet of Things. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Don DeLoach, CEO and President of Infobright, will discuss the infrastructures businesses will need to implement to handle this explosion of data by providing specific use cases for filte...
Cognitive Computing is becoming the foundation for a new generation of solutions that have the potential to transform business. Unlike traditional approaches to building solutions, a cognitive computing approach allows the data to help determine the way applications are designed. This contrasts with conventional software development that begins with defining logic based on the current way a business operates. In her session at 18th Cloud Expo, Judith S. Hurwitz, President and CEO of Hurwitz & ...
More and more companies are looking to microservices as an architectural pattern for breaking apart applications into more manageable pieces so that agile teams can deliver new features quicker and more effectively. What this pattern has done more than anything to date is spark organizational transformations, setting the foundation for future application development. In practice, however, there are a number of considerations to make that go beyond simply “build, ship, and run,” which changes ho...
SYS-CON Events announced today that AppNeta, the leader in performance insight for business-critical web applications, will exhibit and present at SYS-CON's @DevOpsSummit at Cloud Expo New York, which will take place on June 7-9, 2016, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY. AppNeta is the only application performance monitoring (APM) company to provide solutions for all applications – applications you develop internally, business-critical SaaS applications you use and the networks that deli...