January 2002

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: Energy industry executives share outlook, concerns

Energy industry executives foresee economic recovery and lower energy prices, but have a high concern for the security of oil and natural gas supplies, according to a survey conducted ..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Energy industry executives foresee economic recovery and lower energy prices, but have a high concern for the security of oil and natural gas supplies, according to a survey conducted at Andersen's 22nd Annual Energy Symposium, Houston, Dec. 4 - 5, 2001 (www.andersen.com). "Most oil and gas and electric power company executives believe we are entering a new world of energy where industry fundamentals and structures are changing," says Victor Burk, managing partner of Andersen's Energy & Utility Practice. "Over the next three years, industry and consumers can expect lower but more volatile prices, increased consolidati

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