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|Zeta Petroleum Plc (Zeta) is an oil and gas company that offers exploration and development services. The company explores, develops and produces natural gas and crude oil. It provides services such as technical management services, project management, and corporate management services. Zeta holds projects in Romania, and operates oil and gas assets such as Bobocu Gas Field, Suceava Concession, Jimbolia Oil Field, and Grivita Nord Oil Field. The company's Bobocu Gas Field is located in north of the Buzau valley and Jimbolia Oil Field is located in the eastern part of the Pannonian Basin. Its Suceava Concession license is located on the Moldovian platform, and Grivita Nord concession is located onshore in eastern Romania. It has its operations in the UK, Australia and Romania. Zeta is headquartered in London, the UK.|
Zeta Petroleum Plc Key Recent Developments
Nov 24,2016: Zeta Petroleum Announce Director Resignation & Appointment Of Joint Company Secretary
Jul 29,2016: Zeta Petroleum Announces Quarterly Activities Review - Period Ended 30 June 2016
Jul 24,2016: Zeta Petroleum Provides Quarterly Activities Review - Period Ended 30 June 2015
Apr 29,2016: Zeta Petroleum: Quarterly Activities Review - Period Ended 31 March 2016
Jan 29,2016: Zeta Petroleum Provides Its Quarterly Activities Review For The Period Ended 31 December 2015
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|Date Published: 2017-08-07|
Report: Zeta Petroleum Plc (ZTA) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review
| Table of Contents|
Section 1 - About the Company
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Key Information
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Overview
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Key Employees
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Key Employee Biographies
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Key Operational Heads
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Major Products and Services
Zeta Petroleum Plc - History
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Company Statement
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Locations And Subsidiaries
Other Locations & Subsidiaries
Section 2 - Company Analysis
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Business Description
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Corporate Strategy
Zeta Petroleum Plc - SWOT Analysis
SWOT Analysis - Overview
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Strengths
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Weaknesses
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Opportunities
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Threats
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Key Competitors
Section 3 - Company Financial Performance Charts
Zeta Petroleum Plc - Financial Ratios
Financial Ratios - Capital Market Ratios
Financial Ratios - Annual Ratios
Financial Ratios - Interim Ratios
Financial Ratios - Ratio Charts
Section 4 - Appendix
Note*: Some sections may be missing if data is unavailable for the company
List of Tables
| List of Tables|
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Key Information
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Key Ratios
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Share Data
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Major Products and Services
Zeta Petroleum Plc, History
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Key Employees
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Key Employee Biographies
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Key Operational Heads
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Other Locations
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Subsidiaries
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Key Competitors
Zeta Petroleum Plc, SWOT Analysis
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Ratios based on current share price
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Annual Ratios
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Interim Ratios
Capital Market Ratios
List of Figures
| List of Figures|
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Performance Chart
Zeta Petroleum Plc, Ratio Charts
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|Language Code: EN|
|Region: United Kingdom|
|Report Type: Company Reports|
|Industry: Heavy Industry|
|Sector: Oil and Gas|
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The UK is emerging from recession in the Eurozone with growth in manufacturing and construction. The National Institute for Economic and Social Research is predicting growth of 2.5% in 2014 and 2.1% in 2015. Some economists predict that growth could reach 3% if inflation is properly managed. Unemployment is expected to fall to 6.5 -7% in 2014. Interest rates will remain low and inflation should remain around 2%.
Growth in 2013 was helped by a boost in consumer spending but that will not continue without an increase in wages and a higher debt-to-income ratio in the future.
The manufacturing and construction sectors are still not as strong as they should be and further investments in these sectors is required.
One of the issues that businesses in the UK are keen to address is productivity and many companies are holding off on hiring and pay increases until this issue is tackled.
David Cameron is keen to push more 'reshoring' of jobs in the manufacturing sector and 2013 saw over 1,500 jobs return to the UK in the automobile, clothing, manufacturing and other industries. The provision of cheaper energy including nuclear and 'shale gas' is seen as paramount to increased job creation.
Other challenges in the British economy include an aging population, youth unemployment, an inflexible labour market and competing with the US on energy costs. The US has the advantage of shale gas which is three times cheaper than British gas.
In an effort to increase competitiveness the conservative government is investing £375billion in energy, transport, communications and water over the next 5 years. This will be matched by £25billion from the insurance industry. Taxes have been cut and welfare has undergone reform. There are generous tax incentives for investors in start-up companies. All these efforts should go a long way towards driving growth in the UK.
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According to Kable, 69% and 65% of global oil and gas industry executives are optimistic about the future growth prospects of both their company and the industry, respectively, over the next six months. Optimism towards both company and industry growth prospects has reduced in Q1 2014, compared to Q4 2013 results.
The global energy landscape is changing rapidly with an increase in the role of renewables, rising prices of oil and gas and increases in energy demands from new world markets such as China and India.
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Energy consumption globally is corrulated with gross national product and climate. The largest consumer of energy is US (25% of world energy) and the highest growth in consumption is in China where energy consumption will grow from 22% to 27% of world energy by 2035.
According to a recent report by BP, world energy demand will increase by 41% between 2012 and 2035 with most of this growth coming from emerging economies.
The world's energy sources are oil, gas, coal, nuclear and the renewables are hydroelectric, geothermal, wind, solar and wood.
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However, the energy and resources sectors need to consider their environmental impact. This is a heavily regulated sector where the impact on the environment must always be considered. Government's are motivated to encourage alternative and renewable energy use where possible and offer incentives to do so. Nuclear energy, shale gas, recycling are all part of the energy conversation in today's world.
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