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The Oil & Gas Industry of Russia
Industry report by EngineerOnomics© Market Research & Publications. 
June 2021. Code: EO-075
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This 50 page industry report contains the latest extensive competitive intelligence analysis  of the Russian Oil & Gas Industry. It features an in-depth coverage of the competitive power of different actor segments. Key players are suppliers, buyers, competitors, new entrants, and substitute product firms. Additionally, it contains an overview of economic data showing the industry market performance over the last 5 years, a statistical forecast for the coming 5 years, key annual financial ratios and key HR data as well as an overview of adopted business strategies of the main companies within the Russian Oil & Gas Industry, including a brief geo-political analysis. The report ends with a general outline of relevant macro-economic indicators and an overview of the main trade associations of the Oil & Gas industry of Russia.

KEYWORDS: Oil, Gas, Russia, competitive intelligence, market intelligence, industry insights, industry profitability, 5 forces analysis, buyer power, supplier power, barriers to entry, competitive rivalry, emerging markets, natural gas, crude oil, energy, exploration & production, distribution & transportation, commodities, electricity, environmental regulation, Covid-19, strategic planning, market volume, market sizing, market assessment, forecasting, foresight, predictive analytics, competitive landscape, competitive environment, threats of substitutes, business strategy, competitive strength, competitive advantage, competitive intensity, threats and opportunities, strengths & weaknesses, SWOT, macroeconomics, political economy, statistics, data analytics, market entry, finance, competition, market opportunities, strategic positioning, developments, performance, business development, strategic alliances, strategic negotiations, bargaining power, sales, research quantitative research, qualitative research, interviewing, surveying, benchmarking, product development, research & development, mergers & acquisitions, pricing, data analytics, data science, segmentation, supply-demand, product development, innovation management, risk management, monitoring, equity research, investment research, portfolio management, geopolitics

Schlumberger, General Electric, Baker Hughes, and Conoco Philips are some of the major suppliers of oil and equipment as well as service providers. They have greater bargaining power within the market mainly because of their large size and high degree of diversification. One leading supplier with a broad technology and product portfolio operating within the global oil and natural gas market for instance, is General Electric. One of the main services of GE is the manufacturing and supply of drill bits, mainly roller cone bits, and fixed-cutter polycrystalline diamond compact bits. PDCs are primarily used by the oil and natural gas market in different parts of the world. Another service that it provides to the industry are drilling and evaluation services including measurement during drilling, logging while drilling, and directional drilling. GE supplies wireline completion, production and formation evaluation services for oil and natural gas wells. Due to previous consolidations the numbers of such suppliers have declined until there are currently only a couple left, which enhances their bargaining power.  
Throughout 2019 and 2020 geopolitical tensions over the Eastern Mediterranean Sea border and its resources have flared up. Especially Turkey and Greece are engaged in a bitter dispute over the delineation of the Aegean Islands and and the island of Cyprus. Further eastwards, disputes over the Donbas & Crimea regions between Russia and Ukraine, will cause the Black Sea to become the next hotbed over which geo-political alliances and economic blocks will be formed.  The considerable combined oil & gas reserves of the Black Sea bordering countries are estimated to amount to ten billion barrels of crude oil and two trillion cubic meters of natural gas. The Black Sea area represents a strategic fault line between Asia and Europe (EurAsia). It is simultaneously an important distribution node for pipelines. Geopolitical tensions tend to have wider cross-continental repercussions for oil & gas companies' ability to pursue stable operations and make profits. Moreover, geopolitical alliances tend to influence buyers and suppliers with decisions over whom to make deals with, impacting Russian players' ability to diversify or expand market share and bargaining power. A clear illustration of this entanglement of geopolitics with economics in the Black Sea region are decisions over pipeline locations and distribution deals.
The Semiconductor Industry of the United States 
Industry Report by EngineerOnomics© Market Research & Publications. 
January 2021. Code: EO-072
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This 49 page market report contains the latest extensive industry assessment of the United States Semiconductor industry. It features an in-depth coverage of the competitive power of key actor segments in the form of the five forces. The five key players are suppliers, buyers, substitute product firms, new entrants, and direct rivals. Additinaly, it contains an overview of economic data showing the industry market performance over the last five years, calculated key annual financial ratios of the leading companies, key Human Resources data, as well as an overview of adopted business strategies of the main companies within the US Semiconductor industry. The report ends with a general outline or relevant macro-economic indicators and an overview of the main trade associations of the Semiconductor Industry in the United States. 

KEYWORDS:  Semiconductor, United States, competitive intelligence, market intelligence, industry insights, industry profitability, 5 forces analysis, buyer power, supplier power, barriers to entry, competitive rivalry, electronics, fabrication, wafer, autonomous driving, Electric Vehicles, Artificial Intelligence, microcontrollers,  manufacturing, Virtual Reality, 5G, mobile phones, wireless telecommunication, Covid-19, strategic planning, market volume, market sizing, market assessment, forecasting, foresight, predictive analytics, competitive landscape, competitive environment, threats of substitutes, business strategy, competitive strength, competitive advantage, competitive intensity, profiling, rating, scoring, threats and opportunities, strengths & weaknesses, SWOT, macroeconomics, political economy, statistics, data analytics, market entry, finance, competition, market opportunities, strategic positioning, developments, performance, business development, strategic alliances, strategic negotiations, bargaining power, sales, research quantitative research, qualitative research, interviewing, surveying, benchmarking, product development, research & development, mergers & acquisitions, pricing, data analytics, data science, segmentation, supply-demand, product development, innovation management, risk management, monitoring, equity research, investment research, portfolio management, geopolitics

The large scale R&D investment required in the United States semiconductor industry represents an additional barrier to entry. Almost nowhere in the entire supply chain do shortcuts exists in overcoming the challenges posed by complexity. This barrier to entry applies for example to the case of second-sourcing chips that are not of extraordinary design quality that necessitate advanced skills. This applies even more in the case of cutting edge semiconductor materials such as Gallium Arsenide (GaN) and semiconductor devices such as SiC, IGBTs, FETs, Diodes, which are used in for example electric vehicle power electronics applications and require highly innovative verification processes and technologies. The rise of the emerging graphene-based semiconductors as a replaced of silicon conducting material, or the emergence of nascent photonics and optics breakthroughs, represent window of opportunities for new and smaller entrants to develop expertise in these areas, potentially allowing for first mover advantages to some extent. Only technologically advanced companies operating from within the same sector will be able to enter the US semiconductor business, requiring extensive development budgets in addition to full life cycle development capabilities, from concept development to manufacturing. 
Throughout 2019 and 2020 geopolitical tensions over the Eastern Mediterranean Sea border and its resources have flared up. Especially Turkey and Greece are engaged in a bitter dispute over the delineation of the Aegean Islands and and the island of Cyprus. The considerable combined oil & gas reserves of the Black Sea bordering countries are estimated to amount to ten billion barrels of crude oil and two trillion cubic meters of natural gas. Large resources and disputes over the Donbas & Crimea regions between Russia and Ukraine, will cause the Black Sea to become the next hotbed over which geo-political alliances and economic blocks will be formed. The Black Sea area represents a strategic fault line between Asia and Europe (EurAsia). It is simultaneously an important distribution node for pipelines. Geopolitical tensions tens to have wider cross-continental repercussions for oil & gas companies' ability to pursue stable operations and make profits. Moreover, geopolitical alliances tend to influence buyers and suppliers with decisions over whom to make deals with, impacting Russian players' ability to diversify or expand market share and bargaining power. A clear illustration of this entanglement of geopolitics with economics in the Black Sea region are decisions over pipeline locations and distribution deals.
The Employment Services Industry of Europe 
Industry Report by EngineerOnomics© Market Research & Publications.
January 2021. Code: EO-073 
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This 57 page industry report contains the latest extensive competitive intelligence analysis  of the European Employment Services Industry. It features an in-depth coverage of the competitive power of different actor segments. Key players are suppliers, buyers, competitors, new entrants, and substitute product firms. Additionally, it contains an overview of economic data showing the industry market performance over the last 5 years, a statistical forecast for the coming 5 years, key annual financial ratios and key HR data as well as an overview of adopted business strategies of the main companies within the European Employment Services Industry. The report ends with a general outline of relevant macro-economic indicators and an overview of main trade Associations of the the Employment services industry of Europe.

KEYWORDS:   Europe, employment services, competitive intelligence, market intelligence, industry insights, industry profitability, 5 forces analysis, buyer power, supplier power, barriers to entry, competitive rivalry, market volume, market sizing, market assessment, forecasting, foresight, predictive analytics, competitive landscape, competitive environment, threats of substitutes, United Kingdom, Germany, France, labor market, recruitment, temporary staffing, search & permanent placement, skills, talent pools, GDPR, online job boards,  professional networks, Covid-19, strategic planning, business strategy, competitive strength, competitive advantage, competitive intensity, profiling, scoring, rating, threats and opportunities, strengths & weaknesses, SWOT, macroeconomics, political economy, statistics, data analytics, market entry, finance, competition, market opportunities, strategic positioning, developments, performance, business development, strategic alliances, strategic negotiations, bargaining power, sales, research quantitative research, qualitative research, interviewing, surveying, benchmarking, product development, research & development, mergers & acquisitions, pricing, data analytics, data science, segmentation, supply-demand, product development, innovation management, risk management, monitoring, equity research, investment research, portfolio management, geopolitics 

Another often downplayed factor with extensive repercussions for buyer power of particularly large employers are major government fiscal policy reforms. According to research conducted by EngineerOnomics, corporate tax rate cuts (TCJA) such as the one enacted under the Trump administration in the US in 2017, have a strong correlation with decreases in the activities of small sized employer service providers and Small- and Medium sized business in general, drastically decreasing the bargaining power of smaller sized players. Such measures tend to free up financial space for large scale employers enabling them to source and select candidates directly using in-house recruitment capabilities, rather than rendering the services of third party recruitment agencies. Typically, government fiscal policies disproportionately benefit the buying power of buyers. 
The Medical Technology Industry of Asia-Pacific
Industry Report by EngineerOnomics© Market Research & Publications.
January 2021. Code: EO-074
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This 34 page industry report contains the latest extensive competitive intelligence analysis  of the Asia-Pacific medical technology industry. It features an in-depth coverage of the competitive power of different actor segments. Key players are suppliers, buyers, competitors, new entrants, and substitute product firms. Additionally, it contains an overview of economic data showing the industry market performance over the last 5 years, a statistical forecast for the coming 5 years, key annual financial ratios and key HR data as well as an overview of adopted business strategies of the main companies within the Russian Oil & Gas Industry, including a brief geo-political analysis. The report ends with a general outline of relevant macro-economic indicators and an overview of the main trade associations of the Medical Technology industry of Asia-Pacific. 

KEYWORDS:   Asia-Pacific, Medical Technology, competitive intelligence, market intelligence, industry insights, industry profitability, 5 forces analysis, buyer power, supplier power, barriers to entry, competitive rivalry, emerging markets, Asia-Pacific, Japan, China, Singapore, Indonesia, South Korea, Thailand,  healthcare, medical, technology, equipment, medical devices, regulation, standards, protocols, disposables, medical imaging, genetic testing, diagnostics, state aid, consumer behavior, smart devices,  Covid-19, strategic planning, market volume, market sizing, market assessment, forecasting, foresight, predictive analytics, competitive landscape, competitive environment, threats of substitutes, business strategy, competitive strength, competitive advantage, competitive intensity, profiling, rating, scoring, threats and opportunities, strengths & weaknesses, SWOT, macroeconomics, political economy, statistics, data analytics, market entry, finance, competition, market opportunities, strategic positioning, developments, performance, business development, strategic alliances, strategic negotiations, bargaining power, sales, research quantitative research, qualitative research, interviewing, surveying, benchmarking, product development, research & development, mergers & acquisitions, pricing, data analytics, data science, segmentation, supply-demand, product development, innovation management, risk management, monitoring, equity research, investment research, portfolio management, geopolitics

Buyers, by jointly forming Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs) to overcome their small size compared to the leading players eg manufacturers, can negotiate a better price, further enhancing their negotiating power. Healthcare oriented GPOS typically consisting of hospitals, are a widely used arrangement in the Japanese market. A survey conducted by EngineerOnomics Market Research & Publications in late 2019 demonstrated that 39.1% of Japanese hospitals utilize group purchasing practices. However, their significance varies across Asia-Pacific countries, and GPOS don’t have a prominent presence inside for example South Korea and China.
Supplier power is increased because of the widely adopted presence of supplier contracts, as buying market players suffer penalties in case of leaving a contract early, which increases switching costs. Price fluctuations in raw materials is also a factor that considerably impacts a player’s ability to turn a profit. When vertical integration is lacking, purchasing by market players needs to be conduced on the open market, which tends to lead to a loss of control over pricing, therefore strengthening supplier power. 

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EngineerOnomics Market Research & Publications© conducts in-house quantitative and qualitative research from which proprietary data are derived and collected. Our primary research methodology consists of interviews and surveys with a variety of market actors including industry professionals, corporate decision makers, SME business owners, academia, and public policy makers.

Interviews are conducted by phone or on-site. We conduct our surveys by utilizing our in-house data collection & assessment portal. Collected data are converted into industry intelligence and publications products. Our data assessment and profiling expertise builds on our candidate assessment and profiling experience that we traditionally use as part of our recruitment assessment activities. 

We also use Secondary Research Sources to continuously monitor- and to offer you a more comprehensive view of real time industry developments and trends. The secondary sources that we use are mainly the following:

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- Business Trade Press

To process and profile collected data, EngineerOnomics Market Research applies partly an automated process, and largely a manual data assessment method. EngineerOnomics relies on a standardized terminology for the measurements of metrics and the interpretation of data that enables us to create uniform comparisons, calculations, and generalizations across cases, topics, and time. Statistical programs, regression analysis, and institutional economics are some of the tools and frameworks that we employ to build our forecasting models as well as our  industry assessments. 

Our data modeling, scoring, rating, and financial forecasting tools generate strategic insights, market oversight, and predictive foresights across a variety of key segmentations, levels and units of analysis ranging from macro-economic, industry, subsector, country to region. 

EngineerOnomics together with partners are committed to the continuous improvement of data quality and accuracy through a thoroughly validated process of collection, synthesis, and interpretation. Our extensive experience in testing our research techniques and systematic verification, as well as double checking of generated data ensures the reliability of our research results. 

About EngineerOnomics

About EngineerOnomics

EngineerOnomics Market Research & Publications© , part of Löger Group, is specialized in the in-house development and sales of proprietary industry-market reports that deliver competitive intelligence, strategic positioning, and bargaining power to Small- and Medium Sized businesses, Emerging Market Country firms, and beyond. Our reports contain our widely acclaimed Porter's five forces analyses, industry economic forecasts, and key financial ratios about the main players of an industry. Featured economic sectors include engineering intensive and business services oriented industries within a variety of regions. 

Our in-house Data Collection portal represents the backbone of our competitive intelligence capabilities, allowing us to conduct market research, assess data, and create data visualizations with scope and scale. The industry-market publications serve as a snapshot scan of your complex competitive landscape, enabling you to anticipate market developments, boost your predictive decision-making and uncover opportunities for strategic alliances. Our affordable external business environment analyses provide you with essential situational awareness to continuously improve your competitive strength and- advantage. 

Market research publications help business analysts, researchers, product development professionals, salespeople, and executive level decisionmakers with their strategic planning activities, scenario planning, business development, and investment management. Academia, public officials, NGO's and investors may use our analyses for public policy making purposes, and random professionals can simply use our insights for studying purposes. We sort out key industry measurements for you and package the results in an easy-to-digest standardized visually appealing presentation, accessible from one location. This saves you valuable time, costs, and energy.

It is especially our mission to benefit small- and medium sized enterprises, freelancers, and organizations in emerging countries. Specifically, for smaller entities or entities in emerging market countries we have a differentiated pricing proposition in place that is beneficial from a cost perspective as compared to the prices we charge for larger scale corporate business. Our vision is the objective attainment of truth and the actualization of talent potential and development.

We have over 15 years of industry experience conducting market research, writing and publishing political-economic insights and business development material. Our global local network of partners are experts in economics, finance, business administration and social science, enhancing our capabilities to verify our data and to customize our reports according to the geography and subject matter covered. 

Engineeronomics Market Research is part of  Löger Group. For further information about our products and services, see more at: https://www.loger-engineeronomics.com. For more information about our profile, visit https://loger-engineeronomics.com/our-profile/. For our EngineerOnomics blog page, see: https://www.loger-engineeronomics.com/blog. For contact info visit our contact page at: https://www.loger-engineeronomics.com/contact.

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Differential proportional pricing policy for SMBs and EMBs

As part of our company philosophy that is based on empowerment and justice, EngineerOnomics Market Research & Publications adopts a differentiated price offering to our different customer segments. Therefore, our reports are sold for €395 to large enterprises, €195 to Non-profit organizations, and €95 to Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs), excluding TAX/VAT. There will be an added 26.5% discount for organizations whose headquarters are based in any of the emerging market countries. Following is an overview of the types of organizations that we consider belonging to each customer category segment.

SMEs €95 Non-profit €195 Large enterprises €395 BRICs -26.5% off
Companies with up to maximum 250 employees globally Educational sector. Academia Companies with more than 250 employees globally Brazil; Russia; India; China
Freelancers Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Investors, Traders, Finance Sector Research and Consultancy Firms with more than 25 employees globally Argentina
Self-employed Subsidized public sector organizations: healthcare, culture, sports etc (Semi-)Government bodies Indonesia
Start-ups Political Organizations. Commercial Interest Groups. Think Tanks Mexico
Job-seekers. Unemployed South Korea
Thailand
Turkey
Other Emerging Market & Developing Countries

Methodology

EngineerOnomics Market Research & Publications© conducts in-house quantitative and qualitative research from which proprietary data are derived and collected. Our primary research methodology consists of interviews and surveys with a variety of market actors including industry professionals, corporate decision makers, SME business owners, academia, and public policy makers.

Interviews are conducted by phone or on-site. We conduct our surveys by utilizing our in-house data collection & assessment portal. Collected data are converted into industry intelligence and publications products. Our data assessment and profiling expertise builds on our candidate assessment and profiling experience that we traditionally use as part of our recruitment assessment activities.

We also use Secondary Research Sources to continuously monitor- and to offer you a more comprehensive view of real time industry developments and trends. The secondary sources that we use are mainly the following:

- Databases from Government/Semipublic sources
- International NGO's (official sources)
- (Inter)national trade associations and interest groups
- Chambers of Commerce material
- Online Market Data
- Academic papers and literature
- Finance and analyst reports
- Annual Reports of companies
- Business libraries and databases
- Business Trade Press

To process and profile collected data, EngineerOnomics Market Research applies partly an automated process, and largely a manual data assessment method. EngineerOnomics relies on a standardized terminology for the measurements of metrics and the interpretation of data that enables us to create uniform comparisons, calculations, and generalizations across cases, topics, and time. Statistical programs, regression analysis, and institutional economics are some of the tools and frameworks that we employ to build our forecasting models as well as our  industry assessments. 

Our data modeling, scoring, rating, and financial forecasting tools generate strategic insights, market oversight, and predictive foresights across a variety of key segmentations, levels and units of analysis ranging from macro-economic, industry, subsector, country to region. 

EngineerOnomics together with partners are committed to the continuous improvement of data quality and accuracy through a thoroughly validated process of collection, synthesis, and interpretation. Our extensive experience in testing our research techniques and systematic verification, as well as double checking of generated data ensures the reliability of our research results. 

About EngineerOnomics

EngineerOnomics Market Research & Publications© , part of Löger Group, is specialized in the in-house development and sales of proprietary industry-market reports that deliver competitive intelligence, strategic positioning, and bargaining power to Small- and Medium Sized businesses, Emerging Market Country firms, and beyond. Our reports contain our widely acclaimed Porter's five forces analyses, industry economic forecasts, and key financial ratios about the main players of an industry. Featured economic sectors include engineering intensive and business services oriented industries within a variety of regions. 

Our in-house Data Collection portal represents the backbone of our competitive intelligence capabilities, allowing us to conduct market research, assess data, and create data visualizations with scope and scale. The industry-market publications serve as a snapshot scan of your complex competitive landscape, enabling you to anticipate market developments, boost your predictive decision-making and uncover opportunities for strategic alliances. Our affordable external business environment analyses provide you with essential situational awareness to continuously improve your competitive strength and- advantage.

Market research publications help business analysts, researchers, product development professionals, salespeople, and executive level decisionmakers with their strategic planning activities, scenario planning, business development, and investment management. Academia, public officials, NGO's and investors may use our analyses for public policy making purposes, and random professionals can simply use our insights for studying purposes. We sort out key industry measurements for you and package the results in an easy-to-digest standardized visually appealing presentation, accessible from one location. This saves you valuable time, costs, and energy.

It is especially our mission to benefit small- and medium sized enterprises, freelancers, and organizations in emerging countries. Specifically, for smaller entities or entities in emerging market countries we have a differentiated pricing proposition in place that is beneficial from a cost perspective as compared to the prices we charge for larger scale corporate business. Our vision is the objective attainment of truth and the actualization of talent potential and development.

We have over 15 years of industry experience conducting market research, writing and publishing political-economic insights and business development material. Our global local network of partners are experts in economics, finance, business administration and social science, enhancing our capabilities to verify our data and to customize our reports according to the geography and subject matter covered. 

Engineeronomics Market Research is part of Löger Group. For further information about our products and services, see more at: https://www.loger-engineeronomics.com. For more information about our profile, visit https://loger-engineeronomics.com/our-profile/. For our EngineerOnomics blog page, see: https://www.loger-engineeronomics.com/blog. For contact info visit our contact page at: https://www.loger-engineeronomics.com/contact.

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