表紙
市場調查報告書

油田設備的全球市場

World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast 2018-2022 Q4

出版商 Douglas-Westwood 商品編碼 344807
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 100 Pages
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
價格
Back to Top
油田設備的全球市場 World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast 2018-2022 Q4
出版日期: 2019年01月16日內容資訊: 英文 100 Pages
簡介

由於全球油田設備市場停滯,預計從2016年到2020年的調查期間,以年率3%的比例下降。

本報告提供全球油田設備市場現況與展望調查分析,油田設備的支出資料,全球市場,地區市場,及各設備種類的分析。

第1章 調查手法

第2章 全球分析

  • 全球支出:概要
  • 全球支出:境內/海上
  • 全球支出:終端用戶
  • 境內支出:各設備類型
  • 海上支出:各設備類型

第3章 人工採油

  • 電動水中幫浦
  • 氣舉
  • 油壓 & 噴氣舉升
  • 單軸螺旋泵浦
  • 往返幫浦
  • 桿式泵

第4章 搬送工具

  • 撓曲油管單位
  • 滑線單位
  • 纜線單位

第5章 井下開採設備

  • 鑽頭
  • 鑽震擊
  • 鉸刀
  • 穩定劑

第6章 Lower Completion

  • 流入控制設備
  • Packer
  • 篩砂器

第7章 地面泵

  • 耐酸泵
  • 水泥頭
  • 水泥歧管
  • 水泥幫浦
  • 流量頭
  • 壓裂頭
  • 壓裂閥組
  • 壓裂泵
  • 氮幫浦

第8章 管書商品

  • 鑽鋌
  • 鑽管
  • 生產管

第9章 幫浦,壓力及流量管理

  • 離心式幫浦
  • 壓縮機
  • 鑿岩機 & 試驗歧管
  • 生產歧管
  • 生產樹

第10章 閥門、致動器

  • 致動器
  • 粉筆閥門
  • 插頭,閘極 & 蝶閥
  • 浮雕 & 止回閥

第11章 固定 & 浮體式生產

  • 固定平台
  • 浮體式生產系統
  • 鍋爐
  • 熱交換器
  • 輸出壓縮機
  • 分離 & 處理設備
  • 渦輪機
  • 廢熱回收單位

第12章 鑽機 & 鑽機設備

  • 境內鑽機
  • 海上鑽機
  • 防噴設備
  • 絞車
  • 泥水幫浦
  • 頂驅

第13章 中游

  • 致動器
  • 離心式幫浦
  • 壓縮機
  • 管線
  • 幫浦
  • 渦輪機
  • 閥門

第14章 海洋支援船 (OSV)

  • 直升機
  • ROV

第15章 附錄

圖表

本網頁內容可能與最新版本有所差異。詳細情況請與我們聯繫。

目錄
Product Code: ISBN 978-1-910045-67-1

Westwood's World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast shows global expenditure of $731bn over 2018-2022, a $10bn uplift on the September edition.

As 2019 begins, the oil and gas industry finds itself at a crossroads. Short-term oil prices have been hard to predict - leaving operators with difficult decisions on project sanctioning. Despite the uncertainty, investment is going ahead, as highlighted by the OFE sector - which is expected to continue growing from a low of $119bn in 2017, to $142bn in 2019. Based on current sentiments, this investment is expected to continue into the 2020's; with the FPS sector being a particular bright-spot as operators sanction projects in established areas (e.g. Brazil's pre-salt basin), as well as new frontiers such as Guyana and the nascent FLNG industry, all of which will contribute to 2022 equipment spend being 8% higher than 2018.

Key Conclusions:

  • Global expenditure of $731bn over 2018-2022, a $10bn uplift on the September edition.
  • As also detailed in Westwood's Q4 World Floating Production Market Forecast, almost $72bn is now expected to be spent on the construction of Floating Production System (including LNG FPSOs) over the forecast - 24% of offshore oilfield equipment expenditure.
  • Floating Production expenditure will be dominanted by Africa, Latin America and North America, which will account for a combined 76% of total spend.
  • Latin American will be dominated by large FPSOs installations for Petrobras, whose recent management plan indicates that 18 units will be installed between 2018 and 2023, with additional multi-billion FPSOs also likely to be ordered over the forecast period.
  • Conversely, the majority of expenditure in Africa and North America will be from FLNG liquefaction vessels.
  • 547 fixed platforms are expected to be installed over 2018-2022, with associated expenditure of $83bn, highting the continued importance of fixed platforms to the offshore market.
  • Activity in Canada is also trending upwards, and is expected to continue, following the sanctioning of the country's first LNG export terminal and the Aspen oil sands project.
  • Offshore rig construction continues to weigh on the outlook, however, with a -11% CAGR for the sector over the forecast.

The improved oil prices seen since the beginning of 2017 have helped a number of FPS projects move forward after a severe decline in FPS orders during the downturn. This continued for much of 2018, with key units in frontier areas such as the Karish & Tanin FPSO in Israel and the Etinde JV FLNG in Cameroon ordered. Both of these projects are gas-focused, but oil focused developments such as the Penguins Redevelopment in the UK also saw a sanction decision in 2018 - highlighting an overall more positive attitude in the industry. This will also have a positive impact on other offshore sectors, with high-capex wells required to be drilled for many of the projects that have moved forward in 2018.

This positivity was challenged, however, by the continuing price fluctuations which have led to a decline in oil prices in the last three months, resulting in an extension of the OPEC cuts into 2019. This continuing uncertainty has impacted many projects, particularly high-Capex units with long-lead times such as Bonga SW and Zabazaba in Nigeria and the Buzios 5 FPSO in Brazil, which have all been delayed into at least 2019. Though FID delays cannot be viewed positively, it continues a trend in recent years where the backlog of projects that are at the FID stage grows - providing large upside to later years in the forecast depending on the oil price.

Overall, the oilfield equipment market remains below the highs of 2013-2014 but has continued to recover. Had oil prices of above $80/bbl remained across the year, we would likely have seen higher levels of expenditure and ordering, however these priojects have simply been deferred. As a result, 2019 and beyond look reasonably strong, with a series of project sanctioning decisions expected to lead to strong improvements in both the onshore and offshore oilfield equipment sectors.

The World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast offers unique insight into over 60 different equipment types across upstream and midstream and is an essential product for business planners and those looking to make informed investment decisions. Drawing from Westwood's SECTORS product and a wide-range of other internal databases (including land rigs, pipelines, helicopters and upstream infrastructure), the World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast also takes account of the latest macro-economic trends through daily updated databases and explicit commodity price, global inflation and supply chain pressure inputs.

Table of Contents

1. Methodology

  • Methodology
  • Barriers & Limitations
  • Methodology: Overview

2. Global Analysis

  • Global Expenditure: Overview
  • Global Expenditure: Onshore/Offshore
  • Global Expenditure: End Users
  • Onshore Expenditure: Equipment Type
  • Offshore Expenditure: Equipment Type

3. Artificial Lift

  • Artificial Lift
  • Electrical Submersible Pumps
  • Gas Lift
  • Hydraulic & Jet Lift
  • Progressive Cavity Pumps
  • Reciprocating Pumps
  • Rod Pumps

4. Conveyancing Tools

  • Conveyancing Tools
  • Coiled Tubing Units
  • Slickline Units
  • Wireline Units

5. Downhole Drilling Equipment

  • Downhole Drilling Equipment
  • Drill Bits
  • Drilling Jars
  • Reamers
  • Stabilisers

6. Lower Completion

  • Lower Completion
  • Inflow Control Devices
  • Packers
  • Sand Screens

7. Surface Pumping

  • Surface Pumping
  • Acid Pumps
  • Cement Heads
  • Cement Manifolds
  • Cement Pumps
  • Flowheads
  • Frac Heads
  • Frac Manifolds
  • Frac Pumps
  • Nitrogen Pumps

8. Tubular Goods

  • Tubular Goods
  • Drill Collars
  • Drill Pipe
  • Production Tubing
  • Well Casing

9. Pumps, Pressure & Flow Control

  • Pumps, Pressure & Flow Control
  • Centrifugal Pumps
  • Field Compressors
  • Drilling & Test Manifolds
  • Production Manifolds
  • Production Trees

10. Valves & Actuators

  • Valves & Actuators
  • Actuators
  • Choke Valves
  • Plug, Gate & Butterfly Valves
  • Relief & Check Valves

11. Fixed & Floating Production

  • Fixed Platforms
  • Floating Production Systems
  • Boilers
  • Heat Exchangers
  • Export Compressors
  • Separation & Processing Equipment
  • Turbines
  • WHRUs

12. Rigs & Rig Equipment

  • Onshore Rigs
  • Offshore Rigs
  • Blowout Preventers
  • Drawworks
  • Mud Pumps
  • Top Drives

13. Midstream

  • Midstream
  • Actuators
  • Centrifugal Pumps
  • Compressors
  • Line Pipe
  • Pumps
  • Turbines
  • Valves

14. Offshore Support Vehicles

  • Helicopters
  • ROVs

15. Appendix

Back to Top