DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "COVID-19 Cross-Sector Impact - Thematic Research" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This report analyzes the impact of COVID-19 across industry sectors. It provides side-by-side analysis of alternative datasets to present you with unique quantitative analysis of the effects of COVID-19 and how these differ across sectors. It also provides qualitative analysis of each sector and analyzes COVID-19's impact on leading companies.
- According to John Hopkins University data, by 2 June 2020, COVID-19 had infected more than 6.2 million people and claimed 376,000 lives. The pandemic forced governments to impose rigid lockdowns that essentially shut down the worldwide economy for many months. With the exception of India and China, all major economies are expected to shrink this year. Unemployment levels have increased at jaw-dropping rates.
- The COVID-19 recession has not been caused by a demand shock, rather, it is a policy-driven supply shock designed to save people's lives. Consequently, the strategies - of governments and companies - that will be used in the economic recovery could be different from previous recessions.
- Despite the substantial uncertainty regarding the economic downturn, this could well be the first recovery with a focus on sustainability. The human cost of COVID-19 extends beyond infection and into the broader economy. Companies that ignore social, environmental and governance issues could face significant customer backlash. Governments are already showing signs that sustainability - particularly green energy - will feature strongly in stimulus programs.
- The way we live our lives has been changed permanently. However, the extent to which human life will change will be affected by two competing factors: the longevity of COVID-19's presence and the speed with which a vaccine is developed. Most enterprises successfully transitioned to work from home; few will revert back to pre-COVID-19 practices. Many staff will opt to work from home at least part of the week. There will be ramifications for the way we plan our future cities and future transportation networks, as well as for the commercial property sector.
- Up to date major trunk or transmission oil and gas pipelines length data by major regions globally, outlook of the planned and announced pipeline length up to 2023
- Annual breakdown of new-build capex on planned and announced pipelines by major regions globally for the period 2019 to 2023
- New-build pipeline length and capital expenditure by key countries and companies globally
- Regional new-build capex outlook for planned and announced pipelines by key countries and companies
- Details of major new-build pipelines expected to start operations over the next four years by commodity (crude oil, natural gas, NGL and petroleum product pipelines)
Key Topics Covered
- Sector Summaries
- Cross-sector Indices
- Winners and Losers
- Sector Anaysis
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