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Low oil prices: impact on the non-oil sectors

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10 April 2015

Low oil prices: impact on the non-oil sectors

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Wood Mackenzie's senior thought leadership team highlights some of the impacts of low oil prices on the coal, petrochemicals, midstream, downstream, gas and power markets.

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  • (1) Lower US coal transportation costs causing supply displacement
  • (2) 20% of associated North American gas volumes could be at risk by 2019
  • (3) Many new chemical investment decisions in North America in danger of delays
  • (4) North American midstream Master Limited Partnerships facing challenges to maintain revenue and distribution growth
  • (5) Changing fuel prices impacting the differential cost of producing power from coal and gas in Europe
  • (6) European integrated oil majors could seek to reduce their exposure to the downstream sector
  • (7) Lower oil prices impacting Asian LNG pricing, investment, and contract negotiations
  • (8) Asian refiners, chemical manufacturers, and coal suppliers are benefitting from lower oil prices, but US LNG is losing favour

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