August 2013

Trends and Resources

HP Industry Perspectives: US oil and gas executives energized for the year ahead

A recent survey of US executives by the KPMG Global Energy Institute supports growing optimism in the domestic energy and manufacturing industries. Much of the renewed enthusiasm is strongly linked to..

Romanow, Stephany, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

A recent survey of US executives by the KPMG Global Energy Institute supports growing optimism in the domestic energy and manufacturing industries. Much of the renewed enthusiasm is strongly linked to increased production of domestic natural gas and crude oil resources; both are reshaping the energy industry and US economy. Energy independence, economic growth and the environment remain the top critical issues, according to the executives surveyed. Likewise, technology will also play a key role, as more companies utilize computing power to analyze enormous data files. Industry and the economy When asked about their expectations for the 2013 US economy, 51% of the survey respondents hold th

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