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Role of Oil and Gas in the Global Economy Development

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Here we are, it is another day to get rolling on the global economy, and we exactly understand the real role of Gas and Oil in the global economy development 2021. In this writeup, we shall be concerned very much on the context in which established and newer developing-country oil and gas producers must frame their policies in order to optimize the benefits of producing such resources.

It all begins by considering various conventional views of the past and the future of oil and gas in the primary energy mix, trying to explain why there is such a tendency to consensus in the different forecasts. And the principal purpose is to explain recent developments in oil and gas, particularly those that have led to lower prices since 2014.

For low- and middle-income countries that were anticipating significant revenues from oil and gas when expected prices were much higher, this will require a number of adjustments. In particular, they will have to lower their spending levels and seek to raise alternative sources of revenue. They must also make plans to manage the macroeconomic consequences of lower revenues.

What is Oil and gas considered for in value?

These are considered being the biggest sector in the world in terms of dollar value, the same sector is a global powerhouse using hundreds of thousands of workers worldwide and generating hundreds of billions of dollars globally each year.

Further more, in regions which house the major NOCs, these oil and gas companies are so vital they often contribute a significant amount towards national GDP. These countries have had a great improvement in their economies such as the oil rich Qatar, Saudi Arabia and more countries.

What makes up the oil and gas sector?

According to  Oil and Gasiq, the energy sector has three key areas: Upstream, midstream and downstream. Briefly, let us break down the three and understand their roles also in the industry.

Upstream – Upstream is E&P (exploration and exploration). And this involves the search for underwater and underground natural gas fields or crude oil fields and the drilling of exploration wells and drilling into established wells to recover oil and gas.

Midstream – Midstream entails the transportation, storage, and processing. Once resources are recovered, it has to be transported to a refinery, which is often in a completely different geographic region compared to the oil and gas reserves.

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Downstream – Downstream refers to the filtering of the raw materials obtained during the upstream phase. This means refining crude oil and purifying natural gas. The marketing and commercial distribution of these products to consumers and end users in a number of forms including natural gas, diesel, petrol, gasoline, lubricants, kerosene, jet fuel, asphalt, heating, LPG (liquefied petroleum) as well as a number of other types of petrochemical.

Role of Natural Gas alongside Climate Change

National climate policies and mitigation measures outlined in countries’ NDCs/INDCs largely overlook the potential contribution of natural gas in meeting climate objectives. More than 50 countries have increased the share of natural gas and decreased the share of coal in their energy mixes between
2012 and 2021.

Coal to gass switching has resulted in Carbon dioxide emissions reductions in the United States and the United Kingdom. On the same note, refining has left behind a stamp of waste that has dragged the environment behind.

In overall, Oil and Gas have played a very huge role in developing global economies that since years ago. Most of these countries that have benefited include the UK, USA, Middle East Countries, and some developing African countries like Libya, Sudan and more.

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