IHS (NYSE:IHS) is a leading global source of critical information and insight, dedicated to providing the most complete and trusted data and expertise. IHS product and service solutions span four areas of information that encompass the most important concerns facing global business today: Energy, Product Lifecycle, Security and Environment. By focusing on customers first, IHS enables innovative and successful decision-making for customers ranging from governments and multinational companies to smaller companies and technical professionals in more than 180 countries. IHS has been in business since 1959 and employs approximately 3,000 people in 20 countries.
IHS Cambridge Energy Research Associates®, Inc. (IHS CERA®) is a leading advisor to international energy companies, governments, financial institutions, and technology providers. IHS CERA delivers critical knowledge and independent analysis on energy markets, geopolitics, industry trends, and strategy. Our services help decision makers anticipate the energy future and formulate timely, successful plans in the face of rapid changes and uncertainty. IHS CERA is valued for our independence, fundamental research, foresight, and original thinking. Our unique integrated framework enables us to offer new insights ahead of conventional wisdom, providing a comprehensive "early warning system" that has a direct impact on investment, decision making, and performance.
IHS CERA's expertise covers all major energy sectors--oil and refined products, natural gas, and electric power--on a global and regional basis. IHS CERA delivers services through:
- Advisory Service Membership
- Industry Forums
- Multiclient Studies
- Consulting Applications
Latest IHS News
The compounding effect of high-graded drilling locations and the continuing reduction in drilling and completion costs are helping exploration and production (E&P) companies substantially mitigate the damage to their balance sheets brought on by the 2014 oil price decline, according to new analysis ... Monday, June 1, 2015
As much as 141 billion barrels of potential incremental hydrocarbon resources could be unlocked if drilling and completion techniques refined in U.S. shale plays are applied to conventional, low-productivity oil plays outside of North America, according to new analysis from IHS (NYSE: IHS), the lead... Thursday, May 14, 2015
Global production of light naphtha, an essential steam-cracker feedstock for the production of gasoline and numerous chemicals, is increasing and could create a global surplus that exceeds market demand by as much as 14 million metric tons (MMT) by 2020. This capacity expansion and surplus of light ... Tuesday, April 21, 2015
Despite a late-year plunge in crude oil prices, robust merger and acquisition activity (M&A) in the first 10 months of the year fueled an increase in the total transaction value for global upstream oil and gas M&A deals in 2014, which rose 23 percent to $173 billion, according to analysis from infor... Monday, January 5, 2015
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Lifting the 1970’s-era restrictions on U.S. crude oil exports would lead to further increases in domestic oil production, resulting in lower gasoline prices while supporting nearly 1 million additional jobs at the peak, according to a comprehensive new study by IHS (NYSE: IHS), the leading glo... Thursday, May 29, 2014