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Optimism lagging amid professionals

DNV GL’s latest extensive oil and gas industry survey, to be released on Australia Day, will reveal a belief that oil and gas investments will be lower in 2017 than 2016 despite rising oil prices, and that more decision-makers will consider diversifying into renewables.

Optimism lagging amid professionals

The survey found that industry confidence is "stabilising" in some regions despite the prolonged slump in oil and gas prices that have just started picking up since OPEC struck its November agreement to...

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