The U.S. is in the midst of a historic energy boom that is set to create a ripple effect on office, industrial, hotel, multifamily and retail space now and in the future.Why? It's simple, really. More production requires more facilities, and creates more jobs. Those employees and their families need nearby housing, places to work and places to shop.
This collection of resources sheds light on where, when and why the change is happening, how it may impact your business, and what you can do to come out on top.
For the most in-depth look at the situation,
download our Energy Outlook report.
Or, see the content below for bite-size, visual previews of core concepts explored in the Outlook.
Check out the following for visuals highlighting key aspects of our research.
Our recent switch from being a net
importer of oil, natural gas and biofuel to a net
exporterchanged the game for energy companies, the economy, the job market and more.
Which United States metro areas are experiencing the highest
growth in energy production?
Find the answers here.
37 percent of new U.S. jobs created since 2002 are related to natural gas and oil drilling.
Learn about the impact on multifamily housing demand.
U.S. cities strong in the energy industry have experienced
increased employment and burgeoning housing demand.
See the impact on retail development.
The energy boom will have a
long-term impact on real estate across markets and property types—potentially spurring the country’s next economic renaissance.
For the most detailed look at the oil and gas boom and its impact on U.S. business and real estate, download the 2013 Energy Outlook.
Whitepaper: Three best practices that will help energy companies save big
Article: Real estate development key in oil and gas resource plays (The American Oil & Gas Reporter)
To discuss these impacts on your business, contact one of our consultants:
Bruce Rutherford Tenant representation
John Roberts Real estate project management
Kenneth KoupalFacilities management and corporate consulting
Jubal SmithIndustrial and supply chain consulting