Executives’ mood darkens as new oil and gas survey tests sector sentiment

Oil and gas survey: Oil industry managers and executives are considerably  more pessimistic about the future of their sector than they were this time last year, a new survey of energy professionals is expected to report when it is published next month.
In stark contrast to the WBC 2015 Industry Prospects Survey, when 75% of those questioned predicted that oil prices would end the year at over $60 a barrel, early indications suggest that most participants believe that the price is unlikely bounce back in the near future. The proportion that is optimistic about the industry’s future is also expected to fall  markedly from last year’s figure of 46%.
The Industry Prospects Survey is conducted each year by oil & gas management training specialists Warren Business Consulting and is open to all executives working in the upstream oil and gas sectors until January 31st 2016. To take part in the survey click on the link below:

Source: surveymonkey