April 2001

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Forces shaping the global ECC industry

Key findings from a new multiclient study from Transmar Consult Inc. highlight what strategic issues and new trends are shaping the downstream engineering and construction contractor (ECC) industry. T..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Key findings from a new multiclient study from Transmar Consult Inc. highlight what strategic issues and new trends are shaping the downstream engineering and construction contractor (ECC) industry. The study team conducted face-to-face interviews with 99 owner-client (o/c) decision-makers in the U.S. and Europe to elicit frank opinions. This report was sponsored by top management of major global ECC firms. Here is a summary of some insightful analyses provided by o/c's on what they consider are the most important concerns impacting their industry and relationships with outside ECCs. Spending outlook. Generally, o/c's are "cautiously optimistic" about capital spending in the refining ind

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