EHS Services: Market Size And Forecast 2018-2022 (US)
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Increasing investment in oil and gas, chemicals and mining, decentralised environmental policy and climate change impacts are just a few of the factors driving spend on EHS services at 5% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) to reach $16.3 billion in 2022. The Verdantix analysis also offers a view into market size and forecast by service line and across 25 industries grouped in four EHS risk categories.
Table of contentsEHS Services: Market Size And Forecast 2018-2022 (US)
Market Size Data Reflect The Revenue Of EHS Service Providers Across 11 Unique Service Lines
The Market Forecast Encapsulates The Impact Of Five Major Drivers
Spending On EHS Services In The US Will Reach $13.6 Billion In 2018
Federal Policy Changes Shrink Some Opportunities Whilst Expanding Others
The US EHS Services Market Will Grow At A 5% CAGR To Reach $16.3 Billion In 2022
Table of figuresFigure 1. EHS Service Lines Definitions
Figure 2. EHS Decision-Maker Plans For 2018 Consulting Budgets In The US
Figure 3. EHS Decision-Maker Plans For 2018 Spending On Consulting Services
Figure 4. Spend On EHS Services In 2018 By Service Line In The US ($billions, %)
Figure 5. Market Share Of Multi-Disciplinary Firms Compared To Dedicated EHS Consultants (2018)
Figure 6. Market Share Of Vendors In The US EHS Services Market In 2018 ($billions, %)
Figure 7. Forecast For EHS Services In The US (2018-2022)
Figure 8. Growth Rate For Eleven EHS Service Lines In The US (2018-2022)
Figure 9. Forecast For Eleven EHS Service Lines In The US (2018-2022)
Figure 10. Industry Categorization By Level Of EHS Risk
Figure 11. Forecast For EHS Services Spend By Industry In The US (2018-2022)
Organisations mentionedAECOM, Amec Foster Wheeler, American Meteorological Society, Antea Group, Arcadis, Atkins, Bluewater Energy Services, BP, Californian Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, Chicago Bridge & Iron (CB&I), Deloitte, District of Colombia, DuPont Sustainable Solutions, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Environmental Resources Management (ERM), Exxon Mobil, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Foth, GEI Consultants, Golder Associates, Jacobs-CH2M, Keystone Construction & Maintenance, McDermott, O&G, Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), Parametrix, PwC, SAI Global, SCS Engineers, Shell, SNC-Lavalin, Statista, SUEZ, Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), The Nature Conservancy, Trinity Consultants, United Nations, US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), US Climate Alliance, US Department of Interior, US Department of Transportation, US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Veolia Environmental Services, Vermont Yankee Nuclear Power Plant, Wood, WorleyParsons, WSP.
About the author
Isabel is an Analyst in the Verdantix EHS Innovative Technologies practice group, including research on all applications of EHS Software, and digital technologies used for EHS services delivery and EHS training. Her current agenda is focused on the market evolution of EHS services digitization, as well as benchmarking EHS technology buyer’s budgets, priorities and preferences globally. Isabel has been with Verdantix for more than a year, and previously worked within the sustainability function of GlaxoSmithKline. Isabel holds an MSc in Environmental Sustainability from the University of Edinburgh.