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米国の油田化学製品市場

Oilfield Chemicals (US Market & Forecast)

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米国の油田化学製品市場 Oilfield Chemicals (US Market & Forecast)
出版日: 2015年11月30日 ページ情報: 英文 321 Pages
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概要

当レポートでは、米国における油田化学製品の需要実績および予測を配合製品・原材料別に調査分析し、油田技術の概説、各種市場影響因子、産業構成、競合戦略、市場シェア、マーケティング/流通動向、主要企業のプロファイルなどもまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けします。

イントロダクション

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 市場環境

  • 概要
  • マクロ経済環境
  • 石油と天然ガスの見通し
    • 天然ガス
    • 石油
    • 非従来型資源
  • 油田サービスの見通し
  • 石油増進回収法(EOR)
  • 過去の市場動向
  • 価格動向
  • 環境および規制に関する考察
  • 対外貿易
  • 世界の油田化学製品の見通し

第3章 油田技術

  • 概要
  • 採掘技術
  • 坑井刺激技術
  • 石油増進回収法(EOR)

第4章 油田化学製品の展望

  • 概要
  • 刺激剤
  • 採掘剤
  • 仕上げおよび改修剤

第5章 油田化学製品のアプリケーション

  • 概要
  • 刺激剤
  • 採掘剤
  • 製造用薬品
  • セメンティング剤
  • 仕上げおよび改修剤
  • EOR製品

第6章 油田化学製品

  • 概要
  • ポリマー
  • 特殊化学製品
  • 汎用化学製品
  • ガス

第7章 産業構造

  • 概要
  • 市場シェア
  • 競合戦略
  • マーケティングと流通
  • R&D

企業プロファイル

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Product Code: 3352

US demand to remain strong through 2017

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US demand for oilfield chemicals is expected to remain strong through 2017 following double digit annual growth in recent years. Newer technologies such as multistage hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling have allowed development of shale gas and tight oil plays, resulting in a significant improvement in the country's oil and gas outlook. Following decades of declines, oil production has begun to increase again. Natural gas is abundant and prices are low, spurring changes across the entire US manufacturing sector. However, rapid growth has also led to problems with product shortages, rising material costs, and concerns about water use. In addition, other environmental concerns remain, and the oilfield chemical industry will be called upon to provide high performance products with an increasing level of environmental friendliness.


Demand high for chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing

Chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing have become the largest segment of the US market. The boom in fracturing activity is expected to persist, with both the number of fractured wells and the average volume of fluids per well continuing to increase. Of the chemicals used in fracturing, guar gum has presented unique challenges to the industry due to a severe price shock in 2012. Helping to offset the oilfield chemical industry's reliance on this commodity will be the rising use of slickwater fracturing as well as efforts to find alternative polymers that can match guar's performance. Growth is expected to be above average for "green" fracturing products. This will benefit new formulations that use advanced, biodegradable chemicals in place of conventional high volume products such as biocides and surfactants.

Drilling activity to fuel US demand

Drilling activity is expected to remain elevated in the US through coming years, driving healthy demand for drilling and completion fluids and the chemicals they contain. The ability to increase drilling efficiency and reduce rig time, improve well productivity through reduction of formation damage, and better the environmental profile and disposal requirements of these fluids will all be of significant concern. As the performance of water-based drilling fluids continues to improve, they will see increasing use even in difficult drilling conditions such as the Haynesville Shale, where oil-based muds have been the preferred choice. However, demand for oil-based muds will remain healthy for the foreseeable future. Offshore drilling, which is expected to rebound going forward, will support strong demand for both synthetic drilling fluids and high density completion brines.

Other chemicals important in oilfield applications -- such as cementing chemicals, production chemicals, and enhanced oil recovery (EOR) products -- will also see healthy growth. Field production of oil and gas in the US is expected to continue climbing, while the amount of water and other undesirable contaminants rises as well. Both factors will necessitate greater use of production chemicals including biocides, demulsifiers, and corrosion and scale inhibitors. The mature nature of most large oilfields in the US and continued high oil prices will support the use of EOR practices. Additionally, interest is increasing in the use of carbon dioxide EOR as a method of carbon sequestration.

Study coverage

Details on these and other key findings are contained in the upcoming Freedonia industry study, Oilfield Chemicals, presents historical demand data (2002, 2007, 2012), plus forecasts (2017, 2022) by product and application, as well as for formulated fluids. This study also assesses market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles more than 35 US industry competitors.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION xi

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

  • General 4
  • Macroeconomic Environment 6
  • Petroleum & Natural Gas Outlook 9
    • Natural Gas 12
      • Exploration & Reserves 15
      • Production 18
      • Drilling 19
      • Pricing 21
    • Petroleum 23
      • Exploration & Reserves 26
      • Production 29
      • Drilling 32
      • Pricing 34
    • Unconventional Resources 36
      • Shale Formations 37
      • Tight Formations 39
      • Coalbed Methane 39
  • Oilfield Services Outlook 40
  • Enhanced Oil Recovery 43
  • Historical Market Trends 45
  • Pricing Trends 49
    • Formulated Fluids 49
    • Oilfield Chemicals 51
  • Environmental & Regulatory Considerations 53
  • Foreign Trade 57
  • World Oilfield Chemicals Outlook 58

III. TECHNOLOGY 61

  • General 61
  • Drilling Technologies 62
    • Directional Drilling 64
    • Horizontal & Multilateral Drilling 65
    • Dual-Gradient Drilling 67
    • Other Drilling Technologies 68
  • Well Stimulation Technologies 69
    • Hydraulic Fracturing 70
    • Gas Fracturing 73
    • Multistage Fracturing 74
    • Acidizing 75
    • Other Well Stimulation Technologies 75
  • Enhanced Oil Recovery 76
    • Thermal Recovery 77
    • Gas Recovery 78
    • Chemical Recovery 78
    • Other EOR Methods 79

IV. FORMULATED FLUIDS OUTLOOK 81

  • General 81
  • Stimulation Fluids 84
    • Crosslinked & Linear Gels 86
    • Slickwater Fracturing Fluids 88
    • Other Stimulation Fluids 90
      • Gas Fracturing Fluids 91
      • Acidizing 92
      • All Other Stimulation Fluids 92
  • Drilling Fluids 93
    • Oil-Based Drilling Fluids 98
    • Water-Based Drilling Fluids 99
    • Synthetic-Based Drilling Fluids 101
    • Demand by Location 103
    • Market Share 106
  • Completion & Workover Fluids 108
    • Product Characteristics 110
    • Market Share 111
  • Cement Slurries 113

V. OILFIELD CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS 116

  • General 116
  • Stimulation Fluid Additives 118
    • Gelling Agents 120
    • Biocides 123
    • Breakers 125
    • Crosslinking Agents 126
    • Other Stimulation Fluid Additives 128
  • Drilling Fluid Additives 130
    • Weighting Materials 132
    • Viscosifiers 134
    • Shale Inhibitors 136
    • Other Additives 138
  • Production Chemicals 140
    • Corrosion & Scale Inhibitors 143
    • Demulsifiers 144
    • Asphaltene & Paraffin Inhibitors 146
    • Other Production Chemicals 148
  • Cement Additives 151
    • Fluid Loss Control Additives 153
    • Accelerators & Retarders 155
    • Extenders 157
    • Other Additives 159
  • Completion & Workover Fluid Additives 161
  • Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Products 163

VI. OILFIELD CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 167

  • General 167
  • Polymers 170
    • Natural & Synthetic Gums 172
      • Guar Gum 174
      • Xanthan Gum 175
      • Other Gums 175
    • Cellulose & Starch Polymers 176
    • Polyacrylamides 178
    • Other Polymers 179
  • Specialty Chemicals 180
    • Corrosion & Scale Inhibitors 183
    • Biocides 185
    • Demulsifiers 187
    • Other Specialty Chemicals 189
  • Commodity Chemicals 191
    • Barite 194
    • Acids 196
    • Clays 198
    • Other Commodity Chemicals 200
  • Gases 202
    • Carbon Dioxide 205
    • Nitrogen 208

VII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 211

  • General 211
  • Market Share 214
  • Competitive Strategies 218
  • Marketing & Distribution 221
  • Research & Development 224

COMPANY PROFILES 226

  • Air Products and Chemicals Incorporated 227
  • Akzo Nobel NV 229
  • Albemarle Corporation 231
  • AMCOL International Corporation 233
  • American Colloid, see AMCOL International
  • Ashland Incorporated 235
  • Baker Hughes Incorporated 237
  • BASF SE 240
  • Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated 243
  • Capitol Aggregates Limited 244
  • Champion Technologies, see Ecolab
  • Chemtura Corporation 245
  • Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC 246
  • Clariant International Limited 248
  • Croda International plc 250
  • Dow Chemical Company 253
  • DuPont (EI) de Nemours 255
  • Ecolab Incorporated 257
  • Elementis plc 261
  • Emery Oleochemicals Group 263
  • Enerchem International Incorporated 264
  • GEO Drilling Fluids Incorporated 265
  • Halliburton Company 267
  • Hi-Mar Specialty Chemicals, see Elementis
  • INVISTA, see Koch Industries
  • Israel Chemicals Limited 271
  • Jordan Bromine, see Albemarle
  • Kemira Oyj 273
  • Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP 275
  • Koch Industries Incorporated 277
  • Lafarge SA 278
  • Lubrizol, see Berkshire Hathaway
  • Messina Incorporated 280
  • M-I SWACO, see Schlumberger
  • Multi-Chem Group, see Halliburton
  • Nalco Energy Services, see Ecolab
  • National Oilwell Varco Incorporated 282
  • Newpark Resources Incorporated 283
  • Nexeo Solutions LLC 286
  • NOV FluidControl, see National Oilwell Varco
  • Occidental Petroleum Corporation 287
  • OxyChem, see Occidental Petroleum
  • Praxair Incorporated 289
  • Rhodia Novecare, see Solvay
  • Roemex Limited 290
  • Schlumberger Limited 291
  • Solvay SA 295
  • TETRA Technologies Incorporated 297
  • TIORCO, see Ecolab
  • Weatherford International Limited 299
  • Other Companies Mentioned in Study 302
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LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table 3

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 Macroeconomic Indicators 9
  • 2 US Oil & Natural Gas Field Production 12
  • 3 US Natural Gas Supply & Demand 14
  • 4 Natural Gas Drilling Indicators 20
  • 5 US Petroleum Supply & Demand 25
  • 6 Petroleum Drilling Indicators 33
  • 7 Oilfield Services Indicators 42
  • 8 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) 45
  • 9 Oilfield Chemical Market, 2002-2012 47
  • 10 Selected Oilfield Chemical Product Prices 53

SECTION IV -- FORMULATED FLUIDS OUTLOOK

  • 1 Formulated Fluid Demand by Type 83
  • 2 Stimulation Fluid Demand 86
  • 3 Crosslinked & Linear Gel Fracturing Fluid Demand 88
  • 4 Slickwater Fracturing Fluid Demand 90
  • 5 Other Stimulation Fluid Demand 91
  • 6 Drilling Fluid Demand by Type 96
  • 7 Oil-Based Drilling Fluid Demand 99
  • 8 Water-Based Drilling Fluid Demand 101
  • 9 Synthetic-Based Drilling Fluid Demand 103
  • 10 Drilling Fluid Demand by Location 105
  • 11 Completion & Workover Fluid Demand 110
  • 12 Oilfield Cement Slurry Demand 115

SECTION V -- OILFIELD CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS

  • 1 Oilfield Chemical Product Demand by Application 118
  • 2 Stimulation Fluid Additive Demand 120
  • 3 Gelling Agent Demand 123
  • 4 Biocide Demand 124
  • 5 Breaker Demand 126
  • 6 Crosslinking Agent Demand 128
  • 7 Other Stimulation Fluid Additive Demand 130
  • 8 Drilling Fluid Additive Demand 132
  • 9 Drilling Fluid Weighting Material Demand 134
  • 10 Drilling Fluid Viscosifier Demand 136
  • 11 Shale Inhibitor Demand 138
  • 12 Other Drilling Fluid Additive Demand 140
  • 13 Oilfield Production Chemical Demand 142
  • 14 Corrosion & Scale Inhibitor Demand in Oilfield Production 144
  • 15 Demulsifier Demand in Oilfield Production 146
  • 16 Asphaltene & Paraffin Inhibitor Demand in Oilfield Production 148
  • 17 Other Production Chemical Demand 151
  • 18 Cement Additive Demand 153
  • 19 Cement Fluid Loss Control Additive Demand 155
  • 20 Cement Accelerator & Retarder Demand 157
  • 21 Cement Extender Demand 159
  • 22 Other Cement Additive Demand 161
  • 23 Completion & Workover Fluid Additive Demand 163
  • 24 Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Product Demand 166

SECTION VI -- OILFIELD CHEMICAL PRODUCTS

  • 1 Oilfield Chemical Product Demand by Type 169
  • 2 Polymer Demand in Oilfield Applications 171
  • 3 Natural & Synthetic Gum Demand in Oilfield Applications 173
  • 4 Starch & Cellulose Polymer Demand in Oilfield Applications 177
  • 5 Polyacrylamide Demand in Oilfield Applications 179
  • 6 Other Polymer Demand in Oilfield Applications 180
  • 7 Specialty Chemical Demand in Oilfield Applications 182
  • 8 Corrosion & Scale Inhibitor Demand in Oilfield Applications 185
  • 9 Biocide Demand in Oilfield Applications 187
  • 10 Demulsifier & Related Product Demand in Oilfield Applications 189
  • 11 Other Specialty Chemical Demand in Oilfield Applications 191
  • 12 Commodity Chemical Product Demand in Oilfield Applications 193
  • 13 Barite Demand in Oilfield Applications 196
  • 14 Acid Demand in Oilfield Applications 198
  • 15 Clay Demand in Oilfield Applications 200
  • 16 Other Commodity Chemical Demand in Oilfield Applications 202
  • 17 Gas Demand in Oilfield Applications 204
  • 18 Merchant Carbon Dioxide Demand in Oilfield Applications 207
  • 19 Nitrogen Demand in Oilfield Applications 210

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Oilfield Chemical Sales by Company, 2012 213
  • 2 Research & Development Expenditures for Selected Oilfield Chemical Firms, 2008-2012 225

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 US Natural Gas Production by Type, 2002-2022 15
  • 2 US Natural Gas Reserves, 2002-2012 17
  • 3 US Natural Gas Reserves by State, 2012 17
  • 4 US Natural Gas Production, 2002-2012 19
  • 5 Natural Gas Drilling Indicators, 2002-2012 21
  • 6 Natural Gas Wellhead Prices, 2002-2012 23
  • 7 US Crude Oil Imports by Source, 2012 26
  • 8 US Petroleum Reserves, 2002-2012 28
  • 9 US Crude Oil Reserves by State, 2012 28
  • 10 US Petroleum Production, 2002-2012 30
  • 11 Crude Oil Producing States, 2012 31
  • 12 Petroleum Drilling Indicators, 2002-2012 34
  • 13 Petroleum Prices, 2002-2012 36
  • 14 Oilfield Chemical Market, 2002-2012: Oilfield Chemical Demand & Oil & Gas Production 48
  • 15 Oilfield Chemical Market, 2002-2012: Oilfield Chemical Demand, Oil Prices, & Active Rig Count 48

SECTION IV -- FORMULATED FLUIDS OUTLOOK

  • 1 Formulated Fluid Demand by Type, 2012 83
  • 2 Drilling Fluid Demand by Type, 2012: Value & Volume 97
  • 3 Drilling Fluid Market Share, 2012 108
  • 4 Completion Fluid Market Share, 2012 113

SECTION VI -- OILFIELD CHEMICAL PRODUCTS

  • 1 Oilfield Chemical Product Demand by Type, 2012 169
  • 2 Polymer Demand, 2012 172
  • 3 Specialty Chemical Demand, 2012 183
  • 4 Commodity Chemical Demand, 2012 194

SECTION VII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 US Oilfield Chemical Market Share, 2012 215
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