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EBJ-Jan-Feb-2015.zip

EBJ-Jan-Feb-2015.zip

EBJ Vol XXVIII No 01 & 02: Environmental Industry Outlook 2015 and EBJ Annual Snapshot Survey

EBJ provides data on 2014 growth rates in environmental service segments and a forecast for 2015-2016, based on a comprehensive survey of 140 environmental industry executives. At the end of the first quarter of 2015, the outlook for the U.S. and the global economies has uncertainties and volatility to concern environmental firms. The strengthening economic recovery in the United States has been welcome, but it has come with a dramatic drop in oil prices and-as good as that it has been for consumers-a subsequent curtailment of capital investment in new resource development. EBJ's 2015 Snapshot Survey revealed average growth of their segment of 3.9% in 2014, compared to 3.7% projected for 2014 by survey respondents one year earlier. Respondents are projecting mean growth of 6.9% for their company in 2015, up from 6.1% one year earlier.

Exhibits and data included in and with this issue are:

  • Key Forecast Elements
  • Environmental Services: 4 Key Growth Factors in 2000s
  • Environmental C&E Industry vs. GDP Growth: 1991 to 2015
  • Average Annual Growth in Environmental Services Firms
  • Ranking of Environmental Industry Client Sectors in 2015-16
  • Average Operating Margin: 2009 to 2014
  • Change in Operating Margin From 2013 to 2014
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by Service/Media Category: 2015-16
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by N.A. Geographic Region: 2015-16
  • Hot & Cold: 2015 Market Attractiveness
  • Oil & Gas Outlook 2015
  • EIA's Short-Term Outlook on Oil Prices & Production
  • Ranking of Growth Prospects by Geographic Region: 2015-16
  • 2016 Presidential Election: A Tight Scenario: 270 To Win
  • Election 2016: Paterson's Likelihood of the Narrow Set of Possible Scenarios
  • Cost of Corporate Natural Capital Impacts
  • Where Natural Capital Impacts Occur in the Value Chain
  • Global Green Power Production as % of Total
  • Companies Using Third-Party Assurance for GHG Reporting
  • U.S. Environmental Policy, Key Issues - Air/Climate
  • U.S. Policy, Key Issues: Water
  • U.S. Policy, Key Issues: Legal
  • U.S. Policy, Key Issues: Energy & Natural Resources
  • Rating the Impacts of Climate Change in the Next 50 Years
  • EBJ 2015 Survey Respondents: Reasons for Margin Changes in 2014
  • SWOT for "Environmental Industry 2015"
  • EBJ's What's In and What's Out for 2015

Table of Contents

01.2015 Outlook: Environmental industry growth should improve into 2015 and 2016 as government markets stabilize and the still recovering economy feels the benefits of low oil prices and increased development and construction.pg 1-7

02.Politics: Divided Government and Red States & Blue Cities means limited prospects for legislation, but potential for infrastructure; 2016 election forecast.pg 8-9

03.GreenBiz and Trucost’s State of Green Business: Progress on some fronts but most statistical metrics show stagnation in many sustainability goals.pg 10-13

04.Bloomberg BNA environmental regulatory outlook sees full plate for EPA.pg 14-19

05.M&As race on in 2014 but may be in for a cooling off period for larger firms.pg 20-21

06.Profiles of firms in consulting & engineering, remediation and labs: Marstel-Day, Accutest Labs, Trinity Consultants, Anthesis Group, Columbia Technologies, Phylmar, PhycoTech, AquaGen, E2 ManageTech and Brooks Rand.pg 21-35

 

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