United Kingdom Tourism Report Q4 2013 – New Study Released
Markets closed The United Kingdom Oil Markets, 2013 Press Release: Reportlinker Wed, Jun 26, 2013 12:15 PM EDT The United Kingdom Oil Markets, 2013 Summary This profile is the essential source for top-level energy industry data and information. The report provides an overview of each of the key sub-segments of the energy industry in The United Kingdom. It details the market structure, regulatory environment, infrastructure and provides historical and forecasted statistics relating to the supply/demand balance for each of the key sub-segments. It also provides information relating to the crude oil assets (oil fields, FPSOs, FSOs, refineries, pipelines and storage terminals) in The United Kingdom . The report compares the investment environment in The United Kingdom with other countries in the region. The profiles of the major companies operating in the crude oil sector in The United Kingdom together with the latest news and deals are also included in the report. Scope – Historic and forecast data relating to production, consumption, imports, exports and reserves are provided for each industry sub-segment for the period 2000-2020. – Historical and forecast data and information for all the major oil fields, refineries, pipelines and storage terminals in The United Kingdom for the period 2005-2017. – Operator and equity details for major crude oil assets in The United Kingdom. – Key information relating to market regulations, key energy assets and the key companies operating in the The United Kingdom’s energy industry. – Information on the top companies in the The United Kingdom including business description, strategic analysis, and financial information. – Product and brand updates, strategy changes, R&D projects, corporate expansions and contractions and regulatory changes. – Key mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, private equity and venture capital investments, and IPOs.
An overview of the UK’s top 10 tourism markets highlights the fact that Europe remains the UK’s main source of tourism, despite the continuing economic uncertainty. However we are calculating a slight decline on our previous Q4 forecast as the continuing economic downturn in much of Europe over this period is likely to act as a deterrent for potential tourists. However the other regions are forecast to see a growth in arrivals over 2013 and we have increased our forecasts for inbound tourists from these regions. After a period of significant infrastructure development and hotel-building activity in the run-up to the 2012 Olympic Games, the scene may now be set for more modest overall growth in the UK’s hotel industry. Recent developments include: – Accor is launching a new brand in the UK, the Adiago aparthotels, the first of which opened in Liverpool in March 2013. – The group also re-launched their Mercure hotel in London in June 2013, following an extensive redesign of the hotel. It is the flagship UK hotel in a brand Accor is hoping to double the size of by 2016. – Over the past quarter ICHG has signed three new hotels to its Holiday Inn brand. UK construction company Balfour Beatty secured a contract worth GBP121mn (US$181.5mn) to build a hotel, leisure and apartment complex for Grove Developments in North Greenwich Peninsula in London. – China-based commercial property and entertainment conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group is to develop a hotel and residential project in London. – UK conglomerate Rigby Group has acquired a majority stake in Exeter International Airport. – The GBP80mn (US$123.5mn) redevelopment of the terminal at Stansted Airport has begun. – UK airports operator Manchester Airports Group (MAG) has awarded BAM Construct, Carillion and Galliford Try a contract for its capital delivery programme framework worth up to GBP100mn (US $156.65mn) annually. – Birmingham International Airport has detailed plans to expand its capacity to rival that of Heathrow. This would see it become the UK’s second long-haul hub.