Wood Mackenzie has evaluated the impact on the US economy of various pro-development policies and regulatory constraints in the oil and natural gas sectors.
This report presents the findings of a 2014 survey of U.S. businesses that constitute America’s domestic oil and natural gas supply chain. Included in the survey are companies that provide goods and services for onshore oil and natural gas development, whether as operators, contractors, service companies, suppliers, or other vendors.
This report examines the employment outlook of African American and Hispanic workers and employment by gender in the oil and natural gas and petrochemical industries over the period 2010 to 2030.
Technological innovations in America’s oil and natural gas industry are resulting in new opportunities to put more people to work, boost domestic production, grow government revenue, and save many billions annually in imported energy costs.
The U.S. oil and natural gas industry supports 9.8 million jobs nationwide and supports 8% of GDP.