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海洋平台的維護、維修、運用 (MMO) 服務的全球市場的預測:2017-2021年

World Offshore Maintenance, Modifications & Operations Market Forecast 2018-2022

出版商 Douglas-Westwood 商品編碼 290941
出版日期 內容資訊 英文
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海洋平台的維護、維修、運用 (MMO) 服務的全球市場的預測:2017-2021年 World Offshore Maintenance, Modifications & Operations Market Forecast 2018-2022
出版日期: 2018年05月03日 內容資訊: 英文
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全球石油、天然氣海洋平台的維護、維修、運用 (MMO) 服務的支出額,預計從2017年到2021年以4.0%的年複合成長率發展,2021年3,780億美元的規模成長。

本報告提供石油、天然氣海洋平台的維護、維修、運用 (MMO) 服務的市場調查,固定式、浮體式平台的總數,能源需求,石油價格,政策及法規等市場的各種影響因素分析,各服務區分、資產區分、地區的支出額的變化與預測,競爭環境,供應鏈分析等彙整資料。

第1章 摘要、總論

  • 摘要
  • 總論

第2章 成長推動因素及阻礙因素

  • 海上固定平台數
  • 海上浮體式平台數
  • 石油的需求:短期預測
  • 石油的供給:短期預測
  • 石油的供需平衡
  • 天然氣的需求與供給:短期預測
  • 石油及天然氣價格的協定:短期預測
  • 政策及法規
  • 資產的生命週期

第3章 調查方法

  • 概要
  • 障礙與法規
  • 資產服務定義
  • 資產完整性定義
  • 支援服務定義
  • 維修定義

第4章 供應鏈分析

  • 市場的途徑
  • 總括協定:Duty Holder 模式
  • 總括協定:運用、維護與維修
  • 供應鏈:資產服務
  • 競爭情形:資產服務
  • 供應鏈:資產完整性
  • 競爭情形:資產完整性
  • 供應鏈:支援服務
  • 競爭情形:支援服務
  • 供應鏈:維修
  • 競爭情形:維修

第5章 市場分析:服務的各類型

  • 資產服務:服務的各種類、資產類型
  • 資產服務:各地區
  • 資產完整性:服務的各種類、資產類型
  • 資產完整性:各地區
  • 支援服務:服務的各種類、資產類型
  • 支援服務:各地區
  • 維修:服務的各種類、資產類型
  • 維修:各地區

第6章 各地區市場分析

  • 地區市場概要
  • 非洲
  • 亞洲
  • 澳大拉西亞
  • 東歐、舊蘇聯圈(FSU)
  • 南美
  • 中東
  • 北美
  • 挪威
  • 其他的西歐各國
  • 英國

第7章 附錄

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目錄

Offshore MMO: Leaner Supply Chain to See $376bn of Expenditure Over Next 5 Years; Wind Opportunities Emerging

The latest edition of the World Offshore Maintenance, Modifications & Operations Market Forecast is now available. The report, which is complemented by an online data platform (SECTORS), shows $376bn of global O&G MMO spend over the 2018-2022 forecast period, while offshore wind O&M presents a $28bn market opportunity over 2018-2022.

Key Conclusions:

  • O&G market to total $376bn over 2018-2022, with a 3.4% CAGR.
  • Global fixed and floating platform population to increase from 8,139 to 8,477.
  • Asset Services to account for 58% of total MMO expenditure.
  • Asset Integrity to be boosted by emphasis on ‘maintenance optimisation'.
  • Modifications spend saw dramatic decline through the downturn but is expected to see a strong recovery through the forecast period.
  • Offshore wind to see 36 GW of capacity additions to 2022, overall O&M expenditure of $28bn over the same period.

The offshore MMO market has seen a turbulent few years, with operators stripping back non-essential maintenance regimes and demanding significant pricing reductions for any greenlit work. A much leaner supply chain has emerged following the downturn. While there is not expected to be much respite in these pressures from operators the O&G MMO market is expected to average 3.4% growth per annum, totaling expenditure of $376bn over the next five years.

As we emerge from the downturn, Westwood also expects to see strong growth for asset integrity as operators look to optimise their maintenance regimes - thereby maintaining production while keeping control of brownfield expenditure. This service line is likely to see the strongest recovery towards pre-downturn levels, despite sustained lower pricing, of the O&G services covered in the report. Meanwhile, asset services and support services, which are more labour orientated, are expected to see more measured growth profiles out to 2022. Modifications, on the other hand, saw a dramatic decline (-43%) in expenditure over 2014-2016, due to operators shelving non-essential plans. Over the forecast period, many of these delayed modifications are expected to now go ahead.

For the first time, Westwood has included offshore wind operations & maintenance (O&M) expenditure in this report. The market is expected to total $71bn over 2018-2026, and therefore represents a significant opportunity for MMO players in the O&G space. We have already seen some of the major O&G players diversifying into renewables, including Aker Solutions, Wood, Petrofac and Fluor, although this has been primarily EPCI focused. However, as the market matures, the offshore wind O&M market is expected to be an increasingly attractive proposition for MMO firms.

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