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美國的水力壓裂用液體市場

The U.S. Market for Fracking Fluids

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美國的水力壓裂用液體市場 The U.S. Market for Fracking Fluids
出版日期: 2014年02月10日 內容資訊: 英文 253 Pages
簡介

美國的水力壓裂用液體市值,2012年達到184億美元,2013年達到260億美元,預計2018年達373億美元,2013-2018年的5年7.4%的年複合成長率被預料。

本報告提供頁岩天然氣及石油生產所採用的水力壓裂用液體的美國市場的相關調查、市場概要、市場趨勢(實際成果資料、年複合成長率預測)、頁岩層能源生產的明細、碾碎中的生產網站、企業、市場佔有率的生產網站、水力壓裂技術,及各並提供主要企業簡介等,為您概述為以下內容。

第1章 簡介

第2章 摘要

第3章 概要

  • 產業定義
  • 市場成長的促進要素
  • 市場逆風
  • 預測可能的未來發展
  • 機會的摘要:各類能源

第4章 水力壓裂用液體:結構各成分

  • 水力壓裂用液體的種類
  • 水力壓裂用液體的種類
  • 水力壓裂用液體系統
  • 液體成分的市場
  • 分散劑
  • 支撐劑
  • 化學添加物

第5章 水力壓裂用液體:各地區的頁岩市場應用

  • 結構的種類
  • 州基礎的水力壓裂用液體的機會
  • 地為基礎的水力壓裂用液體的機會
  • 水力壓裂用液體的機會:各類能源
  • 從氣體儲存層產生的水力壓裂用液體
  • 從石油儲存層產生的水力壓裂用液體
  • 水力壓裂用液體的機會:各地區
  • 東北地區
  • 墨西哥灣沿岸/西南地區
  • 內陸地區
  • 洛磯山脈地區
  • 西海岸地區
  • 其他

第6章 產業結構與趨勢

  • 產業圖
  • 石油、天然氣開發(E&P)企業
  • 能源服務企業
  • 化學品企業
  • 廢水處理企業
  • 產業價值鏈
  • 產業促進要素
  • 市場成長的促進要素
  • 產業的競爭策略
  • 產業上重要的轉換
  • 產業趨勢
  • 政府法規
  • 回收、再利用
  • 水力壓裂用液體的利用、收益:各地區

第7章 企業簡介

第8章 附錄

第9章 參考資料

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目錄
Product Code: EGY121A

The U.S. fracking fluid market was valued at $18.4 billion in 2012, grew to $26 billion in 2013, and is projected to reach about $37.3 billion in 2018, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.4% for the five-year period, 2013 to 2018.

This report provides:

  • An overview of the U.S. market for fracking fluids, which are used in hydraulic fracturing, or "hydrofracking," for shale gas and oil production.
  • Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2012, estimates for 2013, and projections of CAGRs for the period of 2013 to 2018.
  • Breakdowns of energy production from shale formations, production sites being fractured, and production sites by company and market share.
  • Examinations of hydrofracturing technology, including conventional, nonwater horizontal, staged fracks for hydrocarbon harvesting (zipper fracks), and gas-based fracking.
  • Comprehensive company profiles of production site operators and fracking fluid suppliers.

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Since the first commercial application of hydraulic fracturing to stimulate oil and gas production in 1946, the technology has developed into a reliable process that has found use in more than 1 million producing wells across the U.S. Today, 33.3% of gas production and 26.2% of oil production emanate from the shale resources that employed the use of hydraulic fracturing. Since the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from 2013 to 2018 for shale gas and oil production from hydraulic fracturing will reach 5.4% and 8.3%, respectively, the market for the fracking fluids that comprise the technology has consequently grown in importance.[1] Furthermore, industry experts estimate that 60% to 80% of all new and existing wells drilled will employ hydraulic fracturing to remain viable.

Growing environmental and health concerns over the technology have pushed the oil and gas operators to seek new fracking fluid components that offer both financial and environmentally sustainable benefits. Thus, the nexus between the growing domestic energy production and increasing concern over the environmental and health concerns of the hydraulic fracturing technology have forced closer scrutiny of the market prospects for fracking fluid in the U.S. This report seeks to provide a breakdown of all the fracking fluid components, as well as projections for their markets from 2013 to 2018, using 2012 as the base year.

The major objectives of the report include:

  • A summary analysis of energy production from shale resources.
  • A review of the most widely used hydraulic fracturing techniques.
  • A breakdown of the key components of fracking fluid.
  • An estimation of the market projections from 2013 to 2018.
  • An overview of the market drivers, industry structure and trends.
  • A listing and review of the major suppliers of fracking fluids and production site operators in shale gas and oil.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

Advances in hydraulic fracturing over the past several decades have led to the resurgence of domestic energy production in the U.S. For the first time in U.S. history, projections of oil and gas production place the U.S. as the largest oil producer in 2017 and a net exporter of natural gas in the early 2020s.[2] The uptick in production sees the highest growth rate in production of oil from the Bakken Shale under the states of North Dakota and Wyoming and gas production from the Marcellus Shale under the states of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia and New York.

Specifically, oil production in the Bakken Shale in North Dakota has reached nearly 750,000 barrels a day and industry experts claim that production may reach 2 million barrels a day by 2020.[3] For gas production, the Department of Energy (DOE) estimates that the gas volume in the Marcellus Shale (the largest natural gas repository in the U.S.) exceeds 270 trillion cubic feet.[4] Published reports indicate that the number of active wells in the Marcellus Shale will increase from 1,750 to at least 5,000 in the coming decades.[5] With approximately 6,000 to 600,000 gallons of fracking fluid expended for each well, despite the headwinds, the market for fracking fluids in the U.S. offers strong growth prospects for years to come.

Fracking fluids mainly consist of a major solvent such as water, a proppant (sand) and a number of various additives, which include gelling agents, iron controls, breaker fluids, corrosion inhibitors, friction reducers, surfactants, biocides, crosslinkers, acids, solvents, scale inhibitors, clay stabilizers and pH adjusters that all contribute to the efficiency of the fracking process. The fracking fluids are forced down a well with high pressure, and aid in breaking through the porous rock formation that holds trapped oil and gas and facilitates their release and capture. Given the important role that the fracking fluids play in the hydraulic fracturing process, the study will not only provide an overview of the widely used hydraulic fracturing technologies in the U.S., but also present an assessment of the various components of fracking fluids, estimate their projections over the coming years and capture the industry structure, market drivers and major players in energy production and the chemical suppliers with the most influence in the fracking fluid industry.

Since protests against the use of hydraulic fracturing have increased over the recent years, the need to study the market forces and growth detractors of fracking fluids in the market has consequently increased in urgency. Furthermore, the development of new technology that seeks to reuse fracking fluids and reduce the environmental footprint of the process adds to the support of this study since it will analyze each of the market headwinds.

In summary, this study of the U.S. fracking fluid market will provide:

  • A critical review of one of the primary driving forces of domestic energy production for years to come.
  • A closer look at the additive constituents that display the greatest opportunity for chemical suppliers.
  • An analysis of the fracking fluids industry drivers and trends with the greatest influence over domestic energy production.

The information can help companies make informed decisions about their commodity chemical purchase habits as well as the decision to switch fuels (gas, oil or coal) for energy production.

SCOPE OF REPORT

This study provides a comprehensive overview of the fracking fluids market in the U.S., including the hydraulic fracturing technologies most widely used, and the amount and type of production, and presents market forecasts over the next five-year period (2013 to 2018) for each major component and the specific additives in use.

The research covers the market drivers propelling the growth of the fracking fluid industry, the industry structure, trends, and the company profiles of the major production operators and fracking fluid suppliers for the U.S. domestic market. Extensive analysis of the production from each type of hydraulic fracturing technology supports the estimated production growth rates for the specific fracking fluids presented.

BCC Research separates the market analysis into five distinct sections.

The first section presents an overview of energy production from shale resources in the U.S. This section covers the production capacity of each fuel, gas, natural gas, and natural gas liquids across the domestic shale formations.

The second section provides a top-level view of the fracturing technologies that have the greatest influence over the usage of fracking fluids in the market. This section identifies the major hydraulic fracturing techniques most frequently used and presents their baseline fuel production level and production estimates over the next five years.

The third section offers the capstone presentation of the relevant fracking fluids in the U.S. market and their revenues in millions of dollars and production in millions of pounds. The report displays sales values from 2012 and estimates of sales from 2013 to 2018.

In the fourth section, BCC Research presents a diagram of the industry and analyzes the industry structure, market drivers and trends. The analysis covers the forces positioned to inhibit the growth of hydraulic fracturing in the U.S., including the sustainability, environmental and health concerns.

The fifth and final section includes an extensive list of the major players in the industry, separated into three groups: the production site operators, the fracking fluid suppliers and the regulatory agencies by state.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

Dr. Gordon Nangmenyi is a management consultant and principal with Acceleration Advisors, Inc., a boutique management consulting firm in Milwaukee, Wisc. Gordon has worked with both small engineering companies and Fortune 100 companies on the commercial verification of emerging technologies and on business model development and commercialization plans with materials-based technologies in the energy, power and environmental market. Prior to his current role, Gordon conducted a National Science Foundation sponsored Corporate Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at A.O. Smith Corp. and spent 2009 as a William J. Fulbright Scholar as a senior lecturer and researcher at Tshwane University of Technology in South Africa. He completed degrees from Brown University and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, where he received his PhD.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION

  • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
  • SCOPE OF REPORT
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • INFORMATION SOURCES
  • ANALYST CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
  • BCC RESEARCH ONLINE SERVICES
  • DISCLAIMER

CHAPTER 2 - SUMMARY

  • SUMMARY TABLE: U.S. MARKET FOR FRACKING FLUID REVENUES, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • SUMMARY

CHAPTER 3 - OVERVIEW

  • INDUSTRY DEFINITION
    • DEFINITION OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING TECHNOLOGY
      • Liquid-Based Fracking
      • Gas-Based Fracking
    • DEFINITION OF FRACKING FLUID PRODUCT
      • TABLE 1: U.S. MARKET FOR FRACKING FLUIDS BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES (TRR) FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE, 2013 (TCF/BBO)
      • TABLE 2: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS BASED ON TRR FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE, 2013 (BILLION POUNDS)
      • FIGURE 1: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUID FROM TRR FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE BY REGION, 2013 (% OF USAGE)
      • TABLE 3: CHEMICAL ADDITIVE USAGE BASED ON TOTAL TRR FOR OIL AND GAS IN THE U.S. MARKET BY REGION, 2013 (BILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 4: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID MARKET BASED ON TRR FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE, 2013 ($ BILLIONS)
      • FIGURE 2: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUE PERCENTAGES BASED ON TRR FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE BY REGION, 2013 (%)
      • TABLE 5: TOTAL MARKET FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TRR FOR OIL AND GAS IN THE U.S., 2013 ($ BILLIONS)
      • TABLE 6: TOTAL MARKET FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TRR FOR OIL AND GAS IN THE U.S., 2013 ($ BILLIONS)
    • HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE INDUSTRY
    • IMPORTANCE OF THE INDUSTRY
      • IMPORTANT IMPLICATIONS FOR THE INDUSTRY
    • TECHNOLOGY LIFECYCLE
    • GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
      • TABLE 7: STATES THAT CURRENTLY ALLOW FRACKING AND THEIR STANCE ON DISCLOSURE OF THE FRACKING FLUIDS
  • MARKET DRIVERS
    • GROWTH OF NATURAL GAS IN THE TRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY
    • TREND TO REDUCE DEPENDENCE ON FOREIGN OIL
    • RISING GLOBAL NATURAL GAS PRICES
    • INCREASING REGULATORY INFRASTRUCTURE FOR DEEP WATER DRILLING
    • GROWTH OF NEW REC TECHNOLOGIES
    • OTHER FACTORS THAT SUPPORT A GROWTH TREND
  • MARKET HEADWINDS
  • FORESEEABLE FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS
  • OPPORTUNITY SUMMARY BY ENERGY TYPE
    • TABLE 8: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013, (BILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 9: TOTAL USAGE OF CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES, BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 (BILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 10: U.S. MARKET FOR FRACKING FLUIDS BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES, BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 ($ BILLIONS)
    • TABLE 11: U.S. MARKET FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES, BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 ($ BILLION)
    • TABLE 12: U.S. MARKET FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES, BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 ($ BILLIONS)

CHAPTER 4 - FRACKING FLUIDS BY CONSTITUENTS

  • TYPES OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING
    • HORIZONTAL FRACTURING
    • PLUG-AND-PERFORATE METHOD
    • SLICKWATER FRACTURING
    • COIL TUBE FRACTURING
    • ZIPPER FRACKING
    • WATERLESS FRACKING
    • HYDRAJET-ASSISTED FRACTURING
    • FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE FRACTURING BEHAVIOR
  • TYPES OF FRACKING FLUIDS
    • TABLE 13: LIST OF CONVENTIONAL FRACKING FLUIDS (AVG. MASS %)
    • CARRIER FLUIDS
    • PROPPANTS
    • GELLING AGENTS
    • IRON CONTROL AGENTS
    • BREAKER FLUIDS
    • CORROSION INHIBITORS
    • PH ADJUSTERS
    • BIOCIDES
    • FRICTION REDUCERS
    • SURFACTANTS
    • CROSS-LINKING AGENTS
    • ACIDS
    • SOLVENTS
    • SCALE INHIBITORS
    • CLAY STABILIZERS
  • FRACKING FLUID SYSTEMS
    • TYPES OF FLUID SYSTEMS
      • FIGURE 3: SUMMARY OF FRACKING FLUID SYSTEMS (% OF FRACTURING TREATMENTS)
      • Aqueous Fluid Systems
  • MARKET FOR FLUID COMPONENTS
    • TABLE 14: MARKET SHARE FOR FRACKING FLUIDS BY USAGE VOLUME AND REVENUES, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 4: MARKET SHARE BY USAGE VOLUME, 2013 (MASS %)
    • FIGURE 5: MARKET SHARE BY REVENUES, 2013 (REVENUE %)
  • CARRIER FLUIDS
    • FIGURE 6: MARKET SHARE OF CARRIER FLUIDS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (MASS USAGE %)
    • TABLE 15: USAGE OF CARRIER FLUID- ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 16: CARRIER FLUID MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLION)
  • PROPPANTS
    • FIGURE 7: MARKET SHARE OF PROPPANTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • TABLE 17: USAGE OF PROPPANTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 18: PROPPANT MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • CHEMICAL ADDITIVES
    • Gelling Agents
      • FIGURE 8: MARKET SHARE OF GELLING AGENTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 19: USAGE OF GELLING AGENTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 20: GELLING AGENTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Iron Control Agents
      • FIGURE 9: MARKET SHARE OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 21: USAGE OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS- ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 22: IRON CONTROL AGENTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Breaker Fluids
      • FIGURE 10: MARKET SHARE OF BREAKER FLUIDS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 23: USAGE OF BREAKER FLUIDS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 24: BREAKER FLUIDS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Corrosion Inhibitors
      • FIGURE 11: MARKET SHARE OF CORROSION INHIBITORS BY PRODUCT, IN 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 25: USAGE OF CORROSION INHIBITORS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 26: CORROSION INHIBITORS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • pH Adjusters
      • FIGURE 12: MARKET SHARE OF PH ADJUSTERS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 27: USAGE OF PH ADJUSTERS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 28: PH ADJUSTERS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, 2012-2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Biocides
      • FIGURE 13: MARKET SHARE OF PH ADJUSTERS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 29: USAGE OF BIOCIDES FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 30: BIOCIDES MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Friction Reducers
      • FIGURE 14: MARKET SHARE OF FRICTION REDUCERS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 31: USAGE OF FRICTION REDUCERS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 32: FRICTION REDUCERS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Surfactants
      • FIGURE 15: MARKET SHARE OF SURFACTANTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 33: USAGE OF SURFACTANTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 34: SURFACTANTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Crosslinking Agents
      • FIGURE 16: MARKET SHARE OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 35: USAGE OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 36: CROSSLINKING AGENTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Acids
      • FIGURE 17: MARKET SHARE OF ACIDS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 37: USAGE OF ACIDS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 38: ACIDS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Solvents
      • FIGURE 18: MARKET SHARE OF SOLVENTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 39: USAGE OF SOLVENTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 40: SOLVENTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Scale Inhibitors
      • FIGURE 19: MARKET SHARE OF SCALE INHIBITORS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 41: USAGE OF SCALE INHIBITORS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 42: SCALE INHIBITORS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • Clay Stabilizers
      • FIGURE 20: MARKET SHARE OF CLAY STABILIZERS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
      • TABLE 43: USAGE OF CLAY STABILIZERS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
      • TABLE 44: CLAY STABILIZERS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)

CHAPTER 5 - FRACKING FLUIDS BY REGIONAL SHALE MARKET APPLICATION

  • TYPES OF FORMATIONS
  • STATE-BASED FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY
    • TABLE 45: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR EACH STATE, 2013
    • FIGURE 21: TRR-BASED TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE VOLUME PER ACTIVE STATE (BILLION POUNDS)
  • REGION-BASED FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY
    • TABLE 46: REGIONAL FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY WITH LEASED AREA FOR OIL AND GAS DRILLING AND SHALE PLAYS, 2013
    • FIGURE 22: TRR-BASED TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE AREA PER ACTIVE REGION (%)
  • FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY BY ENERGY TYPE
    • FIGURE 23: TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS USAGE AND REVENUES BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 (%)
  • FRACKING FLUIDS GENERATED FROM GAS RESERVOIRS
    • TABLE 47: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • FIGURE 24: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS, 2013 (MASS VOLUME %)
    • TABLE 48: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • FIGURE 25: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS, 2013 (% OF REVENUES)
  • FRACKING FLUIDS GENERATED FROM OIL RESERVOIRS
    • TABLE 49: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 50: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • FIGURE 26: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS, 2013 (% OF REVENUES)
  • FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY BY REGION
    • FIGURE 27: DISCLOSURE STATUS OF STATES BY REGION
  • NORTHEAST REGION
    • States in the Northeast Region
    • Regulations in the Northeast Region
      • TABLE 51: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR EACH STATE IN THE NORTHEAST REGION
    • Shales in the Northeast Region
    • Fracking Fluids for Gas Reservoirs in the Northeast Region
      • TABLE 52: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 53: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION
    • States in the Gulf Coast/Southwest Region
    • Regulations in the Gulf Coast/Southwest Region
      • TABLE 54: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS OF EACH STATE IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION
    • Shales in the Gulf Coast/Southwest Region
    • Texas
      • TABLE 55: TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS USAGE VOLUME FOR THE TEXAS-BASED SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 56: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR THE TEXAS-BASED SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
      • FIGURE 28: TEXAS SHALES BY TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES, 2013 (%)
    • Fracking Fluids for Gas Reservoirs in the Gulf Coast/Southwest Region
      • FIGURE 29: TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS USAGE IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION AND REVENUES BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 (%)
      • TABLE 57: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION, 2012-2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 58: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Fracking Fluids for Oil Reservoirs in the Gulf Coast/Southwest Region
      • TABLE 59: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 60: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • MID-CONTINENT REGION
    • States in the Mid-Continent Region
      • TABLE 61: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR EACH STATE IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION
    • Regulations in the Mid-Continent Region
    • Shales in the Mid-Continent Region
    • Fracking Fluids for Gas Reservoirs in the Mid-Continent Region
      • TABLE 62: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 63: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
    • States in the Rocky Mountain Region
      • FIGURE 30: ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION STATES BY TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE AND REVENUES, 2013 (%)
    • Regulations in the Rocky Mountain Region
      • TABLE 64: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR EACH STATE IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
    • Shales in the Rocky Mountain Region
    • Fracking Fluids for Gas Reservoirs in the Rocky Mountain Region
      • FIGURE 31: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION AND REVENUES BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 (%)
      • TABLE 65: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 66: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Fracking Fluids for Oil Reservoirs in the Rocky Mountain Region
      • TABLE 67: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 68: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • WEST COAST REGION
    • States in the West Coast Region
    • Regulations in the West Coast Region
      • TABLE 69: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR THE WEST COAST REGION
    • Shales in the West Coast Region
    • Fracking Fluids for Oil Reservoirs in the West Coast Region
      • TABLE 70: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE WEST COAST REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 71: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE WEST COAST REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
  • OTHER
    • Fracking Fluids for Gas Reservoirs in the "Other" Region
      • TABLE 72: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE "OTHER" REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 73: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE "OTHER" REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Fracking Fluids for Oil Reservoirs in the "Other" Region
      • TABLE 74: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE "OTHER" REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • TABLE 75: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE "OTHER" REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 6 - INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND TRENDS

  • INDUSTRY DIAGRAM
    • FIGURE 32: FRACKING FLUID INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
  • OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION COMPANIES
  • ENERGY SERVICES FIRMS
  • CHEMICAL COMPANIES
  • WASTEWATER TREATMENT FIRMS
  • INDUSTRY VALUE CHAIN
    • FIGURE 33: HYDRAULIC FRACTURING PROCESS VALUE CHAIN
    • Extraction
    • Processing with Fracking Fluid
    • Waste Disposal of Spent Fracking Fluid (Flowback)
    • Fracking Fluid Recycling
  • INDUSTRY DRIVING FORCES
    • MACROECONOMIC GROWTH DRIVERS
      • U.S. Oil and Gas Consumption and Prices
      • U.S. Liquid Fuel Imports
        • Pipeline Infrastructure
          • TABLE 76: PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE AND PROJECTIONS, THROUGH 2018 (MILES)
        • Wastewater Treatment Disposal, Reuse, Recycling
          • FIGURE 34: FRACKING FLUID DISPOSAL, 2013 (% OF TREATMENT)
  • MARKET GROWTH DRIVERS
    • Extended Horizontal Length
    • Multi-Well Drilling Pads
    • Walking Drilling Rigs
    • Formation-specific Drilling Bits
  • INDUSTRY COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES
    • ANALYTICS FOR PRODUCTION PROFILE MANAGEMENT
    • CHEMICAL TRANSPORTATION AND RECYCLING
    • REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT
    • BARRIERS TO ENTRY
  • IMPORTANT SHIFTS IN THE INDUSTRY
    • GLOBAL FOCUS ON U.S. SHALE COMPANIES
    • IMPACT ON OTHER INDUSTRIES
    • DISTRIBUTION CHANNELS
  • INDUSTRY TRENDS
    • ENERGY DEMAND
    • WELL COUNT
      • FIGURE 35: CUMULATIVE GAS WELLS BY REGION, 2000-2013 (NUMBER OF WELLS)
    • ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS
      • TABLE 77: NATURAL GAS DRILLING AND HYDRAULIC FRACTURING CHEMICALS WITH 10 OR MORE HEALTH EFFECTS
  • GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS
  • RECYCLING AND REUSE
  • FRACKING FLUID USAGE AND REVENUES BY REGION
    • FIGURE 36: REGIONAL FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY, 2013; USAGE VOLUMES AND ASSOCIATED CAGR, 2013-2018 (MILLION POUNDS/%)
    • FIGURE 37: REGIONAL FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY, 2013; REVENUES AND ASSOCIATED CAGR, 2013-2018 ($ MILLIONS/%)
    • Total Fracking Fluids Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 78: USAGE OF TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • FIGURE 38: REGIONAL BASED TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE, 2012-2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • FIGURE 39: USAGE VOLUME OF TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • Total Fracking Fluids Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 79: REVENUES FOR TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (%)
      • FIGURE 40: REVENUES FOR TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • Carrier Fluids Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 80: USAGE OF TOTAL CARRIER FLUID BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • FIGURE 41: USAGE VOLUME OF CARRIER FLUID BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • Carrier Fluids Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 81: REVENUES FOR CARRIER FLUID BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLION)
      • FIGURE 42: REVENUES FOR CARRIER FLUID BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • Proppants Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 82: USAGE OF PROPPANTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • FIGURE 43: USAGE VOLUME OF PROPPANTS BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • Proppants Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 83: REVENUES FOR PROPPANTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
      • FIGURE 44: REVENUES FOR PROPPANTS BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • Chemical Additives Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 84: USAGE OF TOTAL CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
      • FIGURE 45: USAGE VOLUME OF TOTAL CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • Chemical Additives Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 85: REVENUES FOR TOTAL CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
      • FIGURE 46: REVENUES FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • Gelling Agents Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 86: USAGE OF GELLING AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Gelling Agents Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 87: REVENUES FOR GELLING AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Iron Control Agents Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 88: USAGE OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Iron Control Agents Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 89: REVENUES FOR IRON CONTROL AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Breaker Fluids Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 90: USAGE OF BREAKER FLUIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Breaker Fluids Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 91: REVENUES FOR BREAKER FLUIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Corrosion Inhibitors Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 92: USAGE OF CORROSION INHIBITORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Corrosion Inhibitors Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 93: REVENUES FOR CORROSION INHIBITORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • pH Adjusters Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 94: USAGE OF PH ADJUSTERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • pH Adjusters Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 95: REVENUES FOR PH ADJUSTERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Biocides Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 96: USAGE OF BIOCIDES BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Biocides Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 97: REVENUES FOR BIOCIDES BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Friction Reducers Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 98: USAGE OF FRICTION REDUCERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Friction Reducers Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 99: REVENUES FOR FRICTION REDUCERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Surfactants Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 100: USAGE OF SURFACTANTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Surfactants Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 101: REVENUES FOR SURFACTANTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Crosslinking Agents Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 102: USAGE OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Crosslinking Agents Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 103: REVENUES FOR CROSSLINKING AGENTS BY REGION, 2012-2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Acids Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 104: USAGE OF ACIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Acids Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 105: REVENUES FOR ACIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Solvents Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 106: USAGE OF SOLVENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Solvents Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 107: REVENUES FOR SOLVENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Scale Inhibitors Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 108: USAGE OF SCALE INHIBITORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Scale Inhibitors Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 109: REVENUES FOR SCALE INHIBITORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • Clay Stabilizers Usage Volume by Region
      • TABLE 110: USAGE OF CLAY STABILIZERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • Clay Stabilizers Revenues by Region
      • TABLE 111: REVENUES FOR CLAY STABILIZERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 7 - COMPANY PROFILES

  • OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION COMPANIES
    • TABLE 112: TOP LEASEHOLDERS OF FEDERAL LANDS FOR UNCONVENTIONAL ENERGY PRODUCTION
    • FIGURE 47: TOP LEASEHOLDERS OF FEDERAL LANDS FOR UNCONVENTIONAL ENERGY PRODUCTION (%)
  • NORTHEAST REGION
    • TABLE 113: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION
    • FIGURE 48: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION (%)
  • GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION
    • TABLE 114: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION
    • FIGURE 49: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION (%)
  • ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
    • TABLE 115: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
    • FIGURE 50: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION (%)
  • MID-CONTINENT REGION
    • TABLE 116: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION
    • FIGURE 51: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION (%)
  • WEST COAST
    • TABLE 117: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE WEST COAST REGION
    • FIGURE 52: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE WEST COAST REGION (%)
  • FRACKING FLUID SUPPLIERS
    • TABLE 118: TOP FRACKING FLUID SUPPLIERS BY TOTAL REVENUES, 2012 ($ MILLIONS)
  • CARRIER FLUID
    • TABLE 119: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CARRIER FLUID IN THE U.S., 2013
    • FIGURE 53: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CARRIER FLUID IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
  • PROPPANTS
    • TABLE 120: TOP SUPPLIERS OF PROPPANTS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • FIGURE 54: TOP SUPPLIERS OF PROPPANTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
  • CHEMICAL ADDITIVES
    • Gelling Agents
      • TABLE 121: TOP SUPPLIERS OF GELLING AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 55: TOP SUPPLIERS OF GELLING AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Iron Control Agents
      • TABLE 122: TOP SUPPLIERS OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 56: TOP SUPPLIERS OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Breakers
      • TABLE 123: TOP SUPPLIERS OF BREAKERS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 57: TOP SUPPLIERS OF BREAKERS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Corrosion Inhibitors
      • TABLE 124: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CORROSION INHIBITORS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 58: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CORROSION INHIBITORS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • pH Adjusters
      • TABLE 125: TOP SUPPLIERS OF PH ADJUSTERS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 59: TOP SUPPLIERS OF PH ADJUSTERS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Biocides
      • TABLE 126: TOP SUPPLIERS OF BIOCIDES IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 60: TOP SUPPLIERS OF BIOCIDES IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Friction Reducers
      • TABLE 127: TOP SUPPLIERS OF FRICTION REDUCERS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 61: TOP SUPPLIERS OF FRICTION REDUCERS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Surfactants
      • TABLE 128: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SURFACTANTS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 62: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SURFACTANTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Crosslinking Agents
      • TABLE 129: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 63: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Acids
      • TABLE 130: TOP SUPPLIERS OF ACIDS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 64: TOP SUPPLIERS OF ACIDS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Solvents
      • TABLE 131: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SOLVENTS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 65: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SOLVENTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Scale Inhibitors
      • TABLE 132: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SCALE INHIBITORS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 66: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SCALE INHIBITORS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • Clay Stabilizers
      • TABLE 133: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CLAY STABILIZERS IN THE U.S., 2013
      • FIGURE 67: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CLAY STABILIZERS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
  • COMPANY PROFILES
    • BAKER HUGHES
      • Overview
      • Company Performance
      • Product Portfolio
      • Research and Development
    • FTS INTERNATIONAL
      • Overview
      • Company Performance
      • Product Portfolio
      • Research and Development
    • HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.
      • Overview
      • Company Performance
      • Product Portfolio
      • Research and Development
    • NABORS COMPLETION AND PRODUCTION SERVICES, LLC
      • Overview
      • Company Performance
      • Product Portfolio
      • Research and Development
    • PIONEER NATURAL RESOURCES CO.
      • Overview
      • Company Performance
      • Product Portfolio
      • Research and Development
    • SCHLUMBERGER
      • Overview
      • Company Performance
      • Product Portfolio
      • Research and Development

CHAPTER 8 - APPENDIX

  • SIGNIFICANT RELATIVE PATENTS
    • TABLE 134: SIGNIFICANT RELATIVE PATENTS
  • REGULATORY AGENCIES
    • TABLE 135: SUMMARY OF STATE DEPARTMENTS THAT REGULATE FRACKING FLUIDS
  • COMPANY INFORMATION
    • TABLE 136: COMPANY INFORMATION

CHAPTER 9 - BIBLIOGRAPHY

LIST OF TABLES

  • SUMMARY TABLE: U.S. MARKET FOR FRACKING FLUID REVENUES, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 1: U.S. MARKET FOR FRACKING FLUIDS BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES (TRR) FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE, 2013 (TCF/BBO)
    • TABLE 2: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS BASED ON TRR FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE, 2013 (BILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 3: CHEMICAL ADDITIVE USAGE BASED ON TOTAL TRR FOR OIL AND GAS IN THE U.S. MARKET BY REGION, 2013 (BILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 4: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID MARKET BASED ON TRR FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE, 2013 ($ BILLIONS)
    • TABLE 5: TOTAL MARKET FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TRR FOR OIL AND GAS IN THE U.S., 2013 ($ BILLIONS)
    • TABLE 6: TOTAL MARKET FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TRR FOR OIL AND GAS IN THE U.S., 2013 ($ BILLIONS)
    • TABLE 7: STATES THAT CURRENTLY ALLOW FRACKING AND THEIR STANCE ON DISCLOSURE OF THE FRACKING FLUIDS
    • TABLE 8: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013, (BILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 9: TOTAL USAGE OF CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES, BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 (BILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 10: U.S. MARKET FOR FRACKING FLUIDS BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES, BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 ($ BILLIONS)
    • TABLE 11: U.S. MARKET FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES, BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 ($ BILLION)
    • TABLE 12: U.S. MARKET FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BASED ON TECHNICALLY RECOVERABLE RESOURCES, BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 ($ BILLIONS)
    • TABLE 13: LIST OF CONVENTIONAL FRACKING FLUIDS (AVG. MASS %)
    • TABLE 14: MARKET SHARE FOR FRACKING FLUIDS BY USAGE VOLUME AND REVENUES, 2013 (%)
    • TABLE 15: USAGE OF CARRIER FLUID- ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 16: CARRIER FLUID MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLION)
    • TABLE 17: USAGE OF PROPPANTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 18: PROPPANT MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 19: USAGE OF GELLING AGENTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 20: GELLING AGENTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 21: USAGE OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS- ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 22: IRON CONTROL AGENTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 23: USAGE OF BREAKER FLUIDS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 24: BREAKER FLUIDS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 25: USAGE OF CORROSION INHIBITORS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 26: CORROSION INHIBITORS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 27: USAGE OF PH ADJUSTERS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 28: PH ADJUSTERS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, 2012-2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 29: USAGE OF BIOCIDES FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 30: BIOCIDES MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 31: USAGE OF FRICTION REDUCERS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 32: FRICTION REDUCERS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 33: USAGE OF SURFACTANTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 34: SURFACTANTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 35: USAGE OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 36: CROSSLINKING AGENTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 37: USAGE OF ACIDS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 38: ACIDS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 39: USAGE OF SOLVENTS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 40: SOLVENTS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 41: USAGE OF SCALE INHIBITORS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 42: SCALE INHIBITORS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 43: USAGE OF CLAY STABILIZERS FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (THOUSAND POUNDS)
    • TABLE 44: CLAY STABILIZERS MARKET REVENUE FOR ALL SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ THOUSANDS)
    • TABLE 45: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR EACH STATE, 2013
    • TABLE 46: REGIONAL FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY WITH LEASED AREA FOR OIL AND GAS DRILLING AND SHALE PLAYS, 2013
    • TABLE 47: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 48: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 49: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 50: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 51: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR EACH STATE IN THE NORTHEAST REGION
    • TABLE 52: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 53: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 54: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS OF EACH STATE IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION
    • TABLE 55: TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS USAGE VOLUME FOR THE TEXAS-BASED SHALES, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 56: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR THE TEXAS-BASED SHALES, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 57: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION, 2012-2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 58: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 59: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 60: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 61: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR EACH STATE IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION
    • TABLE 62: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 63: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 64: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR EACH STATE IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
    • TABLE 65: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 66: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 67: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 68: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 69: SHALE AND FRACTURING STATUS FOR THE WEST COAST REGION
    • TABLE 70: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE WEST COAST REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 71: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE WEST COAST REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 72: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE "OTHER" REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 73: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS IN THE "OTHER" REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 74: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE "OTHER" REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 75: FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS IN THE "OTHER" REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 76: PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE AND PROJECTIONS, THROUGH 2018 (MILES)
    • TABLE 77: NATURAL GAS DRILLING AND HYDRAULIC FRACTURING CHEMICALS WITH 10 OR MORE HEALTH EFFECTS
    • TABLE 78: USAGE OF TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 79: REVENUES FOR TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (%)
    • TABLE 80: USAGE OF TOTAL CARRIER FLUID BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 81: REVENUES FOR CARRIER FLUID BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLION)
    • TABLE 82: USAGE OF PROPPANTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 83: REVENUES FOR PROPPANTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 84: USAGE OF TOTAL CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 85: REVENUES FOR TOTAL CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 86: USAGE OF GELLING AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 87: REVENUES FOR GELLING AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 88: USAGE OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 89: REVENUES FOR IRON CONTROL AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 90: USAGE OF BREAKER FLUIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 91: REVENUES FOR BREAKER FLUIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 92: USAGE OF CORROSION INHIBITORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 93: REVENUES FOR CORROSION INHIBITORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 94: USAGE OF PH ADJUSTERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 95: REVENUES FOR PH ADJUSTERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 96: USAGE OF BIOCIDES BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 97: REVENUES FOR BIOCIDES BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 98: USAGE OF FRICTION REDUCERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 99: REVENUES FOR FRICTION REDUCERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 100: USAGE OF SURFACTANTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 101: REVENUES FOR SURFACTANTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 102: USAGE OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 103: REVENUES FOR CROSSLINKING AGENTS BY REGION, 2012-2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 104: USAGE OF ACIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 105: REVENUES FOR ACIDS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 106: USAGE OF SOLVENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 107: REVENUES FOR SOLVENTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 108: USAGE OF SCALE INHIBITORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 109: REVENUES FOR SCALE INHIBITORS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 110: USAGE OF CLAY STABILIZERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • TABLE 111: REVENUES FOR CLAY STABILIZERS BY REGION, THROUGH 2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 112: TOP LEASEHOLDERS OF FEDERAL LANDS FOR UNCONVENTIONAL ENERGY PRODUCTION
    • TABLE 113: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION
    • TABLE 114: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION
    • TABLE 115: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION
    • TABLE 116: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION
    • TABLE 117: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE WEST COAST REGION
    • TABLE 118: TOP FRACKING FLUID SUPPLIERS BY TOTAL REVENUES, 2012 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 119: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CARRIER FLUID IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 120: TOP SUPPLIERS OF PROPPANTS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 121: TOP SUPPLIERS OF GELLING AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 122: TOP SUPPLIERS OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 123: TOP SUPPLIERS OF BREAKERS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 124: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CORROSION INHIBITORS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 125: TOP SUPPLIERS OF PH ADJUSTERS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 126: TOP SUPPLIERS OF BIOCIDES IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 127: TOP SUPPLIERS OF FRICTION REDUCERS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 128: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SURFACTANTS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 129: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 130: TOP SUPPLIERS OF ACIDS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 131: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SOLVENTS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 132: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SCALE INHIBITORS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 133: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CLAY STABILIZERS IN THE U.S., 2013
    • TABLE 134: SIGNIFICANT RELATIVE PATENTS
    • TABLE 135: SUMMARY OF STATE DEPARTMENTS THAT REGULATE FRACKING FLUIDS
    • TABLE 136: COMPANY INFORMATION

LIST OF FIGURES

  • SUMMARY FIGURE: U.S. MARKET REVENUE FOR FRACKING FLUIDS, 2012-2018 ($ MILLIONS)
    • FIGURE 1: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUID FROM TRR FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE BY REGION, 2013 (% OF USAGE)
    • FIGURE 2: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUE PERCENTAGES BASED ON TRR FOR SHALE GAS, TIGHT OIL AND COALBED METHANE BY REGION, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 3: SUMMARY OF FRACKING FLUID SYSTEMS (% OF FRACTURING TREATMENTS)
    • FIGURE 4: MARKET SHARE BY USAGE VOLUME, 2013 (MASS %)
    • FIGURE 5: MARKET SHARE BY REVENUES, 2013 (REVENUE %)
    • FIGURE 6: MARKET SHARE OF CARRIER FLUIDS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (MASS USAGE %)
    • FIGURE 7: MARKET SHARE OF PROPPANTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 8: MARKET SHARE OF GELLING AGENTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 9: MARKET SHARE OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 10: MARKET SHARE OF BREAKER FLUIDS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 11: MARKET SHARE OF CORROSION INHIBITORS BY PRODUCT, IN 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 12: MARKET SHARE OF PH ADJUSTERS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 13: MARKET SHARE OF PH ADJUSTERS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 14: MARKET SHARE OF FRICTION REDUCERS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 15: MARKET SHARE OF SURFACTANTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 16: MARKET SHARE OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 17: MARKET SHARE OF ACIDS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 18: MARKET SHARE OF SOLVENTS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 19: MARKET SHARE OF SCALE INHIBITORS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 20: MARKET SHARE OF CLAY STABILIZERS BY PRODUCT, 2013 (USAGE VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 21: TRR-BASED TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE VOLUME PER ACTIVE STATE (BILLION POUNDS)
    • FIGURE 22: TRR-BASED TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE AREA PER ACTIVE REGION (%)
    • FIGURE 23: TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS USAGE AND REVENUES BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 24: TOTAL USAGE OF FRACKING FLUIDS FOR GAS RESERVOIRS, 2013 (MASS VOLUME %)
    • FIGURE 25: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR GAS RESERVOIRS, 2013 (% OF REVENUES)
    • FIGURE 26: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES FOR OIL RESERVOIRS, 2013 (% OF REVENUES)
    • FIGURE 27: DISCLOSURE STATUS OF STATES BY REGION
    • FIGURE 28: TEXAS SHALES BY TOTAL FRACKING FLUID REVENUES, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 29: TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS USAGE IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION AND REVENUES BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 30: ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION STATES BY TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE AND REVENUES, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 31: TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION AND REVENUES BY ENERGY TYPE, 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 32: FRACKING FLUID INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
    • FIGURE 33: HYDRAULIC FRACTURING PROCESS VALUE CHAIN
    • FIGURE 34: FRACKING FLUID DISPOSAL, 2013 (% OF TREATMENT)
    • FIGURE 35: CUMULATIVE GAS WELLS BY REGION, 2000-2013 (NUMBER OF WELLS)
    • FIGURE 36: REGIONAL FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY, 2013; USAGE VOLUMES AND ASSOCIATED CAGR, 2013-2018 (MILLION POUNDS/%)
    • FIGURE 37: REGIONAL FRACKING FLUID OPPORTUNITY, 2013; REVENUES AND ASSOCIATED CAGR, 2013-2018 ($ MILLIONS/%)
    • FIGURE 38: REGIONAL BASED TOTAL FRACKING FLUID USAGE, 2012-2018 (MILLION POUNDS)
    • FIGURE 39: USAGE VOLUME OF TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • FIGURE 40: REVENUES FOR TOTAL FRACKING FLUIDS BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • FIGURE 41: USAGE VOLUME OF CARRIER FLUID BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • FIGURE 42: REVENUES FOR CARRIER FLUID BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • FIGURE 43: USAGE VOLUME OF PROPPANTS BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • FIGURE 44: REVENUES FOR PROPPANTS BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • FIGURE 45: USAGE VOLUME OF TOTAL CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • FIGURE 46: REVENUES FOR CHEMICAL ADDITIVES BY REGION, 2013 AND 2018 (MARKET SHARE %)
    • FIGURE 47: TOP LEASEHOLDERS OF FEDERAL LANDS FOR UNCONVENTIONAL ENERGY PRODUCTION (%)
    • FIGURE 48: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE NORTHEAST REGION (%)
    • FIGURE 49: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE GULF COAST/SOUTHWEST REGION (%)
    • FIGURE 50: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION (%)
    • FIGURE 51: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE MID-CONTINENT REGION (%)
    • FIGURE 52: TOP LEASEHOLDERS IN THE WEST COAST REGION (%)
    • FIGURE 53: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CARRIER FLUID IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 54: TOP SUPPLIERS OF PROPPANTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 55: TOP SUPPLIERS OF GELLING AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 56: TOP SUPPLIERS OF IRON CONTROL AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 57: TOP SUPPLIERS OF BREAKERS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 58: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CORROSION INHIBITORS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 59: TOP SUPPLIERS OF PH ADJUSTERS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 60: TOP SUPPLIERS OF BIOCIDES IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 61: TOP SUPPLIERS OF FRICTION REDUCERS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 62: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SURFACTANTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 63: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CROSSLINKING AGENTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 64: TOP SUPPLIERS OF ACIDS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 65: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SOLVENTS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 66: TOP SUPPLIERS OF SCALE INHIBITORS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
    • FIGURE 67: TOP SUPPLIERS OF CLAY STABILIZERS IN THE U.S., 2013 (%)
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