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A Quarterly Report on the energy industries and their impact on the flow, temperature, and pressure  business.

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Why settle for opinion when you can get the hard facts?

Every quarter, the Energy Monitor tracks important events in the following process industries:

Oil & Gas

Refining & Petrochemical

Power & Renewables

 

Energy Monitor has three main goals:

 

To keep you informed about developments in the energy industries

To interpret the meaning of important events in the energy industries by placing them in context of instrumentation

To provide data on product shipments and construction in the energy industries

Worldflow Monitor is for:

  • Manufacturers and distributors who want to stay informed about the process industries and understand trends in products and technologies
  • End-users and OEMs who want to follow the process industries and understand the impact of events in these industries on flow measurement.

The Energy Monitor (EM) is the component of Worldflow™ that focuses on the energy industries.  Every quarter, the Energy Monitor shines its spotlight on the energy industries, looking for important events to discuss or highlight. 

We find the important events, report them, and place them in the context of the flow industry. The Monitor explains and interprets the importance of capital spending forecasts, the construction of new refineries and chemical plants, and new regulations that affect the need for more instrumentation. We give you the information you need for forecasting, marketing, and product feature decision purposes.

Topics included in the Energy Monitor:

  • Capital spending forecasts 

  • Mergers and acquisitions among the process companies

  • New plants being built or upgrades of existing plants

  • Product shipments within particular energy industries

  • Regulations that have an effect on the need for instrumentation

How you can use this information:
  • To make decisions about product development

  • To formulate growth strategies that target growing industries and applications

  • To better understand what industries to market your products to

  • To find out about new and emerging markets and applications for flowmeters

  • For end-users, to better understand the process industries and how flowmeters are used in them

The Energy Monitor puts events in perspective

The Energy Monitor records these developments so they can be included in the next issue.  But merely reporting the news is not enough for the Monitor.  The Energy Monitor also places these developments in the context of the flowmeter and instrumentation industry.  Examples of story topics:

  • Natural gas pipelines under construction and the need for custody transfer measurement
  • How oil companies are benefiting from the increased reliance on natural gas
  • The future of fuel cells and the implications for flow measurement
  • Growth in shipments by the oil industry
  • The effect of EPA regulations on the refining industry
  • The price of oil and its impact on capital spending in the oil & gas and refining industries

The Energy Monitor is your tool for tracking the process industries. Every quarter, you receive a report that highlights important events in the oil & gas, refining, petrochemical, power, renewables, and heating & cooling industries and tells you the implications for flow measurement. The Monitor tells you about the events that are directly influencing the purchasing decisions of your customers. It lets you know which industries are good prospects, and which ones may not be so good. EM gives you the essential data you need to make informed decisions.

How does this benefit you?  

As a product or marketing manager, you need to know about events that are influencing your customers' purchasing decisions. What impact will the fall of Enron have on the energy industry? Are shipments in the oil industry up or down. What is the effect of low oil prices on plant construction in the United States and elsewhere? You need this information because it will tell you whether orders will be up or down in the next six months to a year.

As a marketing or product manager, you can base your decisions on opinion, or you can base your decisions on hard data. Worldflow™ gives you hard data every quarter so you can make informed decisions, based on the latest information. 

    

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