An Overview

Whistler International Group has successfully expanded its operations in Midstream and Downstream sectors of Oil and gas business. Whistler has been associated with Major refineries in Russia for supply of Oil & Gas products. Whistler Emirates Group has its own storage facilities in Rotterdam for D2 and JP54. Natural gas touches our lives in countless ways every day. Oil and gas are considered among the world's most important resources. The oil and gas sector plays a very important role in the economic and political scenario of the globe. The limited oil and gas reserve along with increasing energy requirement across the globe has led to spiraling of price resulting in supply related concerns for countries around the world. Petroleum itself is used for numerous products, in addition to serving as the world's primary fuel source. The processes and systems involved in producing and distributing oil and gas are highly complex, capital-intensive and require state-of-the-art technology.

Oil and Gas sector fuels the industries of the country. The oil and gas is clearly a multifaceted global industry that impacts all aspects of our lives. It is one of the main industries in the country and plays a crucial role in making decisions within all other spheres of the economy.

Global demand for energy continues to grow, especially in developing countries such as China and India, as the oil and gas industry continues to search for new sources of energy. Increasingly, oil and gas are found in challenging areas, such as deep water, arctic regions and politically challenged regions of the world.

For the past five years, however, the headline for the industry has been the dramatic development of unconventional oil and gas in the U.S., such as shale gas and tight oil. Unlocked by technological advancements, development of these resources continues to change the global landscape of oil and gas.

The market is undergoing dramatic changesin the regional distribution of both supply and demand growth, even as part of the oil exporting world is caught up in a social and political shift of potentially far‐reaching consequences. It is hard, under the circumstances, to overstate the challengesinvolved in bringing supply to market, which often result in unprecedented price pressures.

Over the period 2010–2035, primary energy demand in the Reference Case increases by 54%. Fossil fuels, currently accounting for 87% of this, will still make up 82% of the global total by 2035. For most of the projection period, oil will remain the energy type with the largest share. However, towards the end of the projection period, coal use in the Reference Case reaches similar levels as that of oil, with oil’s share having fallen from 35% in 2010 to 27% by 2035. Natural gas use will rise at faster rates than either coal or oil, both in percentage terms and quantities, with its share rising from 23% to 26%.