London, UK (PRWEB) December 16, 2014
Market Publishers Ltd announces that novel markets research reports worked out by Business Monitor International (BMI) research reports have been added to its catalogue.
New Zealand Oil and Gas Report Q1 2015. The oil production in New Zealand is forecast to record a decline and is predicted to decrease by 4.2% by the end of 2014. Meantime, the industry recovery is anticipated in 2015-2016. The new drilling programs are concentrated on the onshore Taranaki Basin and now realized by TAG Oil and NZEC companies. The oil production is driven by the rising number of new redevelopment projects, with the Maari growth project, realized by OMV, being the main one. By the end of 2014, it is set to bring 7,000 barrels per day. The comprehensive report unveils unique information on the gas and oil industry in New Zealand, discusses the main upstream projects, investigates the deposits of oil and gas in the country and overviews the production, export and consumption volumes from 2012. Besides, it reviews the pipelines in New Zealand, along with storage facilities. The industry outlook through 2023 is given too.
Oman Autos Report Q1 2015. In 2014, the new vehicles market in Oman registered sluggish demand, with 8M14 sales volumes dropped by five units YOY and totaled 145,954 units. The low sales of new vehicles in Oman in 2014 are due to such factors as the market consolidation and high prices for vehicles set by dealerships in the country. In the context of macroeconomics, the GDP growth in Oman is forecast to slightly fall by just 0.2% in 2015. Oman's model of state-led economic development will fuel the growth of the vehicles market in 2015. Moreover, it will be driven by the increased domestic demand and high spending on infrastructure projects. The in-demand report offers an in-depth analysis of the vehicles market in Oman and provides descriptions of the leading producers and suppliers. Besides, it touches upon the main market trends and contains statistics on vehicles trade. Market forecast up to 2018 is also included.
Spain Tourism Report Q1 2015. In spite of the downward trend, observed in tourism in Spain over the previous years, the industry has begun recovering, following reforms in the banking and public services segments. The social and political issues in such popular touristic destinations, as Turkey and Egypt, stimulated the tourist flow in Spain. Besides, the Spanish economy stabilized over the last four quarters and raised the confidence of investors. Despite the possible economic downturn, the robustness of such main source markets, as the UK and Germany, will stimulate the growth of tourism in Spain. The novel report presents a guide into the industry development since 2011 and thoroughly examines the inbound and outbound tourism in the country. Moreover, it overviews the competitive environment and comprises detailed descriptions of the main hotels. Future industry opportunities till 2018 are examined too.
More research studies by the publisher can be found at Business Monitor International page.