PETROLMI – FALLING OIL PRICES AND DECREASED INDUSTRY SPENDING – EMPLOYMENT IMPACTS

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Falling Oil Prices and Decreased Industry Spending – Employment Impacts. This report prepared by Prism Economics examines the potential impacts of reduced industry spending in 2015 on direct and indirect jobs related to the oil and gas industry across Canada.

Prism Economics and Analysis works with PetroLMI(Formerly PHRC) and Oil and Gas industry stakeholders to support and maintain PetroLMI’s NATIONAL PETROLEUM LABOUR MARKET MODELING SYSTEM.  This system is updated annually to provide 5 and 10 year occupational labour market outlooks that identify workforce issues and labour supply/demand gaps for Canada’s upstream and midstream petroleum industry.

The results from the system have most recently been used in the following publications:

– Labour Market Outlook to 2022 for Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry presents and analyzes labour demand and supply projections to 2022 for Canada’s oil and gas operations industry. Prism Economics.

– Oil Sands Construction, Maintenance and Operations Labour Demand Outlook to 2023 presents detailed labour demand projections looks at occupational workforce requirements for oil sands-related construction, on-site construction and on-site and head office operations.

Read the report at: http://www.careersinoilandgas.com/labour-market-information/reports/#

 

 

 

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