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米国の坑井刺激剤市場の予測

Well Stimulation Materials (US Market & Forecast)

発行 Freedonia Group 商品コード 235743
出版日 ページ情報 英文 335 Pages
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米国の坑井刺激剤市場の予測 Well Stimulation Materials (US Market & Forecast)
出版日: 2014年06月30日 ページ情報: 英文 335 Pages
概要

シェールガスやタイトオイルなどの非在来型資源の開発により、かつては縮小し続けていた米国国内の原油・天然ガス生産量は増産へと転じています。2000年代に入って水平掘削・水平破砕が成功したこと、天然ガス価格が上昇傾向にあることなどが、非在来型資源の開発や、さらには坑井刺激剤の需要拡大を促進する要因となっています。更に、油井・ガス井の深度が深くなって、より複雑な技術(スリックウォーターなど)が必要となっていること、既存の坑井の更新・改修需要も増えてきたことが、坑井刺激剤の需要を拡大する要素となっています。

当レポートでは、米国の坑井刺激剤市場について調査し、過去の需要実績(過去5〜10年間分)および将来予測(今後5〜10年間分)について、製品・地域別に提供しており、市場環境因子の検討、油田技術の分析、主要企業の市場シェアやプロファイルなどを含めてお届けします。

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・天然ガス市場の概況
    • 石油市場の将来展望
      • 価格動向
      • 生産量
      • 油井の完成状況
    • 天然ガス市場の将来展望
  • 坑井掘削状況
  • 坑井完成状況
  • 市場の変動
  • 坑井刺激剤の価格動向と製品ミックス
  • 環境・規制の検討事項(連邦・州・地方レベル)
  • 国際市場の環境

第3章 技術

  • 概要
  • 坑井掘削プロセス
    • 水平掘削
    • 多方向掘削
  • 坑井仕上げプロセス
    • 坑井刺激プロセス
      • 水圧破砕方式
      • 多段階破砕方式
      • 再破砕方式
      • 他の破砕技法
    • 酸処理
    • 他の坑井刺激技術
  • 坑井の破砕方法
    • 架橋ゲル
    • 線形ゲル
    • スリックウォーター
    • ハイブリッド方式
    • 気体ベース流体
    • 他の破砕用流体
  • 流体の酸処理

第4章 製品

  • 概要
  • プロパント
    • 砂(コーテッドサンド/生砂)
    • セラミック
    • その他
  • 流体の基礎的素材
    • ポリマーゲル化剤(グアルゴムなど)
    • 工業用ガス
    • 界面活性剤
    • 摩擦抑制剤
    • 架橋(クロスリンク)用化学品
    • 破砕機
    • その他の基礎的素材
  • 流体用添加物
    • 殺生物剤
    • 腐食・ スケール防止剤
    • その他の添加物
  • その他の素材

第5章 地域

  • 全体的状況
    • 坑井の生産・掘削状況
    • 坑井の完成状況
    • 坑井刺激剤の地域別需要量
  • 南部(テキサス・ルイジアナ・アーカンソーなど)
    • 油田・ガス田の概況
      • 坑井の生産・掘削状況
      • 坑井の完成状況
    • 坑井刺激剤の需要量
  • 中西部(ノースダコタ・オクラホマ・オハイオなど)
  • 東部(ペンシルバニア・ウェストバージニアなど)
  • 西部(コロラド・ワイオミングなど)

第6章 産業構造

  • 概要
  • 市場シェア
    • プロパント
    • 化学品・ガス市場シェア
  • マーケティングおよび流通
  • 事業協力協定
  • 企業買収・売却
  • 研究開発

企業プロファイル(計129社分)

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目次
Product Code: 3160

Growing shale gas, tight oil production to drive gains

The rapid growth in production of unconventional resources like shale gas and tight oil has had a ripple effect throughout the US economy. After years of declines, US crude oil production is rising again and abundant low cost natural gas resources are rejuvenating the US manufacturing sector. This will provide opportunities for manufacturers of well stimulation materials across the board as oil and gas operators continue to require large amounts of proppants, as well as chemicals like biocides, guar gum, and surfactants.

Rising natural gas prices to boost gas production

Historically, the well stimulation market was focused on the stimulation of mature wells. However, success in the Barnett Shale in the early 2000s with techniques such as horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing led to increased stimulation of new wells upon completion. Today hydraulic fracturing is used during the completion of nearly all new wells in the US, both unconventional and conventional, although product use per well is significantly lower for the latter. While activity has cooled somewhat in gas producing areas in recent years due to low natural gas prices, operators have focused instead on liquid-rich formations, more than making up for any decline. Moving forward, as natural gas prices climb, operator activity -- and well stimulation material demand -- in areas with substantial gas deposits is expected to accelerate.

Increasing well depths among product sales drivers

Product sales will be driven not only by overall levels of industry activity but also by increasing well depths and continued efforts to maximize well output and increase completion efficiency. The continued use of high volume hydraulic fracturing will require significant amounts of fracturing fluids and proppants. As plays enter the development stage, operators will work to optimize their process designs, which will lead to continuing changes in the types of proppants and fluids used. For example in recent years gelled fluids lost ground to slickwater formulations but now operators are moving away from slickwater in some areas in favor of hybrid fluids or other products that improve well output while minimizing environmental impact.

A significant amount of this new unconventional resource development is taking place in areas that were not traditional hotbeds of oil and gas activity. For example, despite years of steady oil and gas production, North Dakota and Pennsylvania were not considered major oil and gas producing states until the development of the Bakken and Marcellus formations, respectively. As a result, a number of new proppant production and storage facilities have opened in these states.

Aging wells to benefit restimulation materials

As existing conventional wells continue to age and a number of wells in emerging unconventional formations reach maturity in the coming years, average per well output will fall as the number of new wells is unable to offset the production declines in legacy wells. This will result in a greater number of wells requiring restimulation, creating healthy demand for products utilized in these activities. Additional well stimulation material sales opportunities will present themselves should production from plays with considerable potential, like the Monterey and Wolfcamp, become commercially viable over the next 10 years.

Study coverage

This Freedonia industry study, Well Stimulation Materials, presents historical demand data (2003, 2008 and 2013) plus forecasts for 2018 and 2023 by product and US region. The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles 51 industry players.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • General
  • Macroeconomic Environment
  • Petroleum & Natural Gas Overview
    • Petroleum Outlook
      • Pricing
      • Production
      • Well Completions
    • Natural Gas Outlook
      • Pricing
      • Production
      • Well Completions
  • Producing Well Overview
  • Well Completion Overview
  • Market Volatility
  • Stimulation Material Pricing & Product Mix
  • Environmental & Regulatory Considerations
    • Federal
    • State & Local
  • International Environment

III. TECHNOLOGY

  • General
  • Well Drilling Processes
    • Horizontal Drilling
    • Multilateral Drilling
  • Well Completion Processes
  • Well Stimulation Processes
    • Hydraulic Fracturing
      • Multistage Fracturing
      • Refracturing
      • Other Fracturing Techniques
    • Acidizing
    • Other Well Stimulation Technologies
  • Fracturing Fluids
    • Crosslinked Gel
    • Linear Gel
    • Slickwater
    • Hybrid System
    • Gas-Based Fluids
    • Other Fracturing Fluids
  • Acidizing Fluids

IV. PRODUCTS

  • General
  • Proppants
    • Sand
      • Coated
      • Raw
    • Ceramic
    • Other Proppants
  • Base Fluid Materials
    • Polymer Gelling Agents
      • Guar Gum
      • Other
    • Acids
    • Industrial Gases
    • Surfactants
    • Friction Reducers
    • Crosslinking Agents
    • Breakers
    • Other Base Fluid Materials
  • Fluid Additives
    • Biocides
    • Corrosion & Scale Inhibitors
    • Other Fluid Additives
  • Other Well Stimulation Materials

V. REGIONS

  • General
    • Producing Wells
    • Wells Completed
    • Well Stimulation Material Regional Demand
  • Southern Region
    • Oil & Gas Well Overview
      • Producing Wells
      • Wells Completed
    • Well Stimulation Material Demand
      • Texas
      • Louisiana
      • Arkansas
      • Other
  • Midwestern Region
    • Oil & Gas Well Overview
      • Producing Wells
      • Wells Completed
    • Well Stimulation Material Demand
      • North Dakota
      • Oklahoma
      • Ohio
      • Other
  • Eastern Region
    • Oil & Gas Well Overview
      • Producing Wells
      • Wells Completed
    • Well Stimulation Material Demand
      • Pennsylvania
      • West Virginia
      • Other
  • Western Region
    • Oil & Gas Well Overview
      • Producing Wells
      • Wells Completed
    • Well Stimulation Material Demand
      • Colorado
      • Wyoming
      • Other

VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • General
  • Market Share
    • Proppants
    • Chemicals & Gases Market Share
  • Marketing & Distribution
  • Cooperative Agreements
  • Acquisitions & Divestitures
  • Research & Development
  • COMPANY PROFILES
  • Adomite, see Ecolab
  • Air Liquide Group
  • Air Products and Chemicals Incorporated
  • Akzo Nobel NV
  • Albemarle Corporation
  • Ashland Incorporated
  • Atlas Resin Proppants, see Badger Mining
  • Badger Mining Corporation
  • Baker Hughes Incorporated
  • BASF SE
  • Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated
  • Cadre Material Products LLC
  • CARBO Ceramics Incorporated
  • Champion Technologies, see Ecolab
  • Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC
  • Clariant International Limited
  • CorsiTech, see Ecolab
  • D&I Silica, see Hi-Crush Partners
  • Dorf Ketal Chemicals India Private Limited
  • Dow Chemical Company
  • Drilling Specialties, see Chevron Phillips Chemical
  • DuPont (EI) de Nemours
  • Ecolab Incorporated
  • Economy Polymers & Chemicals
  • Elementis plc
  • EPCO Carbon Dioxide Products, see Air Products
  • and Chemicals
  • Erna Frac Sand LC
  • Fairmount Minerals Limited
  • Ferus Incorporated
  • flexFrac Proppant Sand Suppliers LLC
  • FMC Corporation
  • Fores Limited
  • Frac-Chem, see Koch Industries
  • FTS International Services LLC
  • Georgia-Pacific Chemicals, see Koch Industries
  • Halliburton Company
  • Hi-Crush Partners LP
  • Imerys SA
  • Kemira Oyj
  • Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP
  • Koch Industries Incorporated
  • Linde Group
  • Lonza Group Limited
  • Lubrizol, see Berkshire Hathaway
  • M-I SWACO, see Schlumberger
  • Messina Incorporated
  • Mineração Curimbaba Limitada
  • Momentive Performance Materials Holdings LLC
  • Nalco Holding, see Ecolab
  • Nexeo Solutions Holdings LLC
  • Novecare, see Solvay
  • Optiblend Industries, see PfP Industries
  • Oxane Materials Incorporated
  • Pattison Sand Company LLC
  • Permian Mud Service, see Ecolab
  • PeroxyChem LLC
  • PfP Industries LLC
  • Pioneer Natural Resources Company
  • Praxair Incorporated
  • Preferred Sands LLC
  • Premier Silica, see Pioneer Natural Resources
  • Progressive Resources, see Air Liquide Group
  • PyraMax Ceramics, see Imerys
  • Rio Tinto Group
  • Roemex Limited
  • Saint-Gobain
  • Santrol, see Fairmount Minerals
  • Schlumberger Limited
  • SCR-Sibelco NV
  • Sierra Frac Sand LLC
  • Solvay SA
  • Superior Silica Sands LLC
  • Texas Silica LLC
  • Unimin, see SCR-Sibelco
  • US Borax, see Rio Tinto Group
  • US Silica Holdings Incorporated
  • Weatherford International Limited
  • Other Companies Mentioned in Study

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • Macroeconomic Indicators
  • Petroleum & Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • Petroleum Supply & Demand
  • Petroleum Production & Producing Wells
  • Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • Natural Gas Production & Producing Wells
  • Producing Wells by Type & Formation
  • Well Completions by Type & Formation
  • Well Stimulation Material Market, 2003-2013
  • Prices for Selected Well Stimulation Materials

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

  • Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Proppant Demand by Type
  • Sand Proppant Demand by Type
  • Coated Sand Proppant Demand
  • Raw Sand Proppant Demand
  • Ceramic Proppant Demand
  • Other Proppant Demand
  • Base Fluid Material Demand by Type
  • Polymer Gelling Agent Demand by Type
  • Guar Gum Gelling Agent Demand
  • Other Polymer Gelling Agent Demand by Type
  • Acid Demand in Well Stimulation
  • Industrial Gases Demand by Type
  • Surfactant Demand in Well Stimulation
  • Friction Reducer Demand
  • Crosslinking Agent Demand
  • Breaker Demand
  • Other Base Fluid Material Demand by Type
  • Fluid Additive Demand by Type
  • Biocide Demand in Well Stimulation
  • Corrosion & Scale Inhibitor Demand in Well Stimulation
  • Other Fluid Additive Demand by Type
  • Other Well Stimulation Material Demand

SECTION V -- REGIONS

  • Oil & Gas Producing States by Region
  • Producing Wells by Region
  • Wells Completed by Region
  • Well Stimulation Material Demand by Region
  • Southern Region: Producing Wells by Type, Formation, & State
  • Southern Region: Wells Completed by Type, Formation, & State
  • Southern Region: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type & State
  • Texas: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Louisiana: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Arkansas: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Other Southern States: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Midwestern Region: Producing Wells by Type, Formation, & State
  • Midwestern Region: Wells Completed by Type, Formation, & State
  • Midwestern Region: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type & State
  • North Dakota: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Oklahoma: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Ohio: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Other Midwestern States: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Eastern Region: Producing Wells by Type, Formation, & State
  • Eastern Region: Wells Completed by Type, Formation, & State
  • Eastern Region: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type & State
  • Pennsylvania: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • West Virginia: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Other Eastern States: Well Stimulation Material Demand
  • Western Region: Producing Wells by Type, Formation, & State
  • Western Region: Completed Wells by Type, Formation, & State
  • Western Region: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type & State
  • Colorado: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Wyoming: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type
  • Other Western Areas: Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • US Well Stimulation Material Sales by Company, 2013
  • Selected Cooperative Agreements
  • Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • US Petroleum Consumption, 2003-2013
  • Crude Oil Prices, 2003-2013
  • US Petroleum Production, 2003-2013
  • Petroleum Well Completions, 2003-2013
  • US Natural Gas Consumption, 2003-2013
  • Natural Gas Prices, 2003-2013
  • US Natural Gas Production, 2003-2013
  • Natural Gas Producing States, 2013
  • Natural Gas Well Completions, 2003-2013
  • Well Stimulation Material Market, 2003-2013
  • World Well Stimulation Material Demand, 2013

SECTION III -- TECHNOLOGY

  • Drilling Rigs by Type, 2003-2013

SECTION IV -- PRODUCTS

  • Well Stimulation Material Demand by Type, 2013
  • Proppant Demand by Type, 2013
  • Base Fluid Material Demand by Type, 2013
  • Fluid Additive Demand by Type, 2013

SECTION V -- REGIONS

  • Producing Wells by Region, 2013
  • Wells Completed by Region, 2013
  • Well Stimulation Material Demand by Region, 2013
  • Southern Region: Well Stimulation Material Demand by State, 2013
  • Midwestern Region: Well Stimulation Material Demand by State, 2013
  • Eastern Region: Well Stimulation Material Demand by State, 2013
  • Western Region: Well Stimulation Material Demand by State, 2013

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • US Well Stimulation Material Market Share, 2013
  • Proppant Market Share, 2013
  • Chemicals & Gases Market Share, 2013
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