This report is an update of an earlier (2014) BCC Research study of the oilfield process chemicals industry. The last two years have been a turbulent period in the global oil and gas industry, as global economic weakness, more stringent fuel economy regulations, expanding use of alternative energy, and the development of extremely efficient engines have combined to dramatically reduce the need for oil. Meanwhile, the exploitation of new reserves, especially of shale oil, in numerous regions around the world, has glutted the market for oil. While market conditions are more favorable in the gas industry, gas production is still expected to exceed consumption in the near to mid-term.
These conditions are a recipe for lower prices and decreased profits. Oil and gas companies therefore are focusing on increasing their operating efficiency to preserve their margins and maintain the reinvestment rates necessary to grow production.
In view of these trends, BCC Research has decided that this is an appropriate time to revise the 2014 report in order to provide readers with an up-to-date understanding of the value and structure of the global oilfield process chemicals industry. This study will review the chemicals that are consumed in the exploration, drilling, and production of oil and gas globally. It will highlight growing and contracting segments, technological challenges that the industry is facing, and possible solutions to those challenges.
The information was obtained using standard research techniques of primary and secondary research, including but not limited to: library resources, the Internet, company quarterly and annual reports, published material, and discussions with industry experts and active players.
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SCOPE OF REPORT
The scope of this study includes only the chemicals used in the upstream part of the oilfield processes. In many cases, what material is in scope and what is out of scope is clear-cut, and materials that are classified as minerals have been excluded. Where it is not so clear (as in the case of insoluble salts or the usage of material produced on-site) judgment has been made by the analysts based on discussions with industry experts. Chemicals in scope have been categorized in three different ways: by process application, by type, and by chemical function. Both past and current market performance of oilfield process chemicals is assessed. Projected sales for the industry as a whole are forecast by application, type and function and the market is assessed on a worldwide scale. Impacts on the oil and gas industry are explained and the potential effects of political issues, environmental legislation and energy policies are also considered.Report Scope:
The scope of this study includes only the chemicals used in the upstream part of the oilfield processes. In many cases, what material is in scope and what is out of scope is clear-cut, and materials that are classified as minerals have been excluded. Where it is not so clear (as in the case of insoluble salts or the usage of material produced on-site) judgment has been made by the analysts based on discussions with industry experts. Chemicals in scope have been categorized in three different ways: by process application, by type, and by chemical function. Both past and current market performance of oilfield process chemicals is assessed. Projected sales for the industry as a whole are forecast by application, type and function and the market is assessed on a worldwide scale. Impacts on the oil and gas industry are explained and the potential effects of political issues, environmental legislation and energy policies are also considered.
– An overview of the global market for oilfield process chemicals
– Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2015, estimates for 2016, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) from 2015 through 2021
– Information on how these chemicals impact the challenges associated with drilling deeper, help the industry cope with hotter and higher pressure environments, and affect the drive to recycle and reuse materials
– Analyses of which chemical segments are growing, segments of the market that are contracting, technology challenges the industry is facing, and possible solutions and remedies for those challenges
– Identification of the segments that should experience high growth during the time frame covered
– A look at the challenges that multifunctional and specialty chemicals need to overcome in the near future
– Profiles of leading companies in the industry
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 SUMMARY
Chapter 3 OVERVIEW
Chapter 4 WORLDWIDE INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Chapter 5 POLITICAL AND REGULATORY DIMENSIONS
Chapter 6 MARKETS BY PRODUCT TYPES AND FUNCTION
Chapter 7 MARKETS BY PRODUCT FUNCTION AND MANUFACTURERS
Chapter 8 MARKETS BY PRODUCT APPLICATION
Chapter 9 TECHNOLOGY
Chapter 10 PATENTS
Chapter 11 METHODS OF MANUFACTURE
Chapter 12 COMPANY EXPERTISE AND KNOW-HOW
Chapter 13 GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES
Chapter 14 INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Chapter 15 APPENDIX 1: COMPANY PROFILES
ADVANCED AROMATICS L.P.
AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS
AL SANEA CHEMICALS
ANCHOR DRILLING FLUIDS USA INC.
ASHLAND AQUALON FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS
BAKER HUGHES INC,
BAROID INDUSTRIAL DRILLING PRODUCTS (HALLIBURTON)
BEFAR GROUP CO., LTD
BRITISH PETROLEUM CORP. (BP)
BWA WATER ADDITIVES
CABOT SPECIALTY FLUIDS LTD.
CANADIAN ENERGY SERVICES (CES)
CEBO INTERNATIONAL B.V. (CEBO HOLLAND B.V.)
CHENGDU CATION CHEMISTRY CO., LTD.
CHINA PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY CORP. (CHINA NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORP. CNPC)
CLARIANT OIL SERVICES
CNPC BOHAI DRILLING ENGINEERING CO., LTD.
COASTAL CHEMICAL CO. LLC
CRODA INTERNATIONAL PLC
DORF KETAL CHEMICALS PVT. LTD.
DOW CHEMICAL CO.
DRILLING SPECIALTIES CO. (ChevronPhillips Chemical Co.)
DUPONT DE NEMOURS, E.I.
EMERY OLEOCHEMICALS GROUP
ENERCHEM INTERNATIONAL INC.
ENGENIUM CHEMICALS CORP.
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES INC.
FLEK (LLC FLEK)
GLOBAL DRILLING FLUIDS & CHEMICALS LTD.
GULF COAST CHEMICAL
HEBEI HUAYUN HONGYE CHEMICAL CORP.
INNOVATIVE CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES CANADA LTD. (ICTC)
MARATHON OIL CO.
MARUBENI SPECIALTY CHEMICALS
MIDWEST CUSTOM CHEMICALS
NATIONAL CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM INDUSTRIES
NAVDEEP CHEMICALS PVT. LTD.
NEWPARK DRILLING FLUIDS
NUR CHEMICALS & ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES CO.
OCCIDENTAL PETROLEUM CORP.
OIL CHEM TECHNOLOGIES (OCT)
OPPENHEIMER BIOTECHNOLOGY INC.
PRODUCTION CHEMICAL INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS LTD.
PUYANG KAILI CHEMICAL CO., LTD.
QINGDAO OCEANVIEW INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD.
QUIMICA APOLLO S.A. DE C.V.
RE CHEM SERVICES GMBH
SCOMI ANTICOR S.A.
SEKISUI SPECIALTY CHEMICALS AMERICA LLC
SETAC CHEMICAL CORP.
SHELL CHEMICALS, LP
SHELL INTERNATIONALE PETROLEUM MIJ B.V.
SHRIEVE CHEMICAL GROUP
SYRGIS PERFORMANCE CHEMICALS (PCHEM)
TRICAN WELL SERVICE LTD.
WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL LTD.
WELL FLOW LLC
WILDCAT CHEMICALS AUSTRALIA PTY., LTD
Chapter 16 APPENDIX 2: REFERENCES
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