What We’re Reading – Petroleum Revenues Shrink, Renewables Grow
Petroleum is one of the few construction markets currently shrinking in revenue. From a 2013 height of $59 billion, overall revenue has fallen to $23 billion in 2020, a roughly 60% reduction.
This decrease coincides with the rise in consumer demand for renewable resources. A recent ENR article notes that for the wind companies they reviewed, “revenue grew 185% between 2015 and 2019”.
Learn more from ENR in their quick take – ENR Top 400: Petroleum Construction Market Fizzles for Firms.
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