Oil and Gas Industry Outlook 2011
2011 is looking like a great year for the Oil and Gas Industry. Many projects put on hold during the recession are kicking off again and new projects continue to be planned. Global demand for drilling rigs is at an all time high and countries like Libya, Brazil, Iraq and many others, continue to allow foreign companies to flood in. As new fields are developed old fields are coming to the end of their life. Already lots of decommissioning projects are underway in the North Sea and Worldwide. High oil prices mean oil companies can offset the cost of decommissioning while continuing to expand into new areas. New rigs are being ordered, new fields developed, old fields re-visited with new technology and the renewables industry is growing and swallowing up more of the oil and gas workforce as it does. All of the above can only mean that 2011 is going to be full of opportunities. Already we are seeing an increase in the number of job opportunities posted on Oil and Gas People and feedback from the 1000+ recruitment companies using oilandgaspeople.com to find candidates is also very positive for 2011. Make sure you don't miss out on any opportunities.
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Dr Simon Harding www.chronosconsulting.com