Struggling Oilfied Services Firms May Find Some Respite in Renewables Markets

Some oilfield services providers struggling to find work due to the oil industry downturn might replace some of the revenue by providing services in the renewable energy markets. For those in the SURF, maintenance, construction, and installation segments, the opportunities are especially ample, Norway-based energy intelligence firm Rystad Energy said.

“Hit by the Covid-19 downturn, the oilfield service market is not likely to rebound to last year’s activity level until 2023 according to a Rystad Energy analysis. However, suppliers could diversify some oil and gas capabilities and replace up to 40% of 2019’s revenue by servicing the renewable markets,” Rystad said.

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