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石油・ガス上流産業の世界展望

World Upstream Oil & Gas Outlook

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石油・ガス上流産業の世界展望 World Upstream Oil & Gas Outlook
出版日: 2014年12月31日 ページ情報: 英文 510 Pages
概要

世界の石油・ガス産業は過去10年にわたって激変し、この変化は今後も続くものと見られます。米国における非従来型資源開発の成功によって世界のエネルギー需給バランスが変わり、その影響が石油・ガス市場のみならず、下流産業にも波及。米国におけるシェールガスおよびタイトオイル埋蔵層開拓の進展は少なからず技術向上、とりわけ水平掘削および水圧破砕法の進化から得られた成果です。米国外でもこれらの技法を採用できるか否かが、今後の世界的な産業復興に向けて問われる点でしょう。

当レポートでは、世界の石油・ガス上流産業に注目し、近年の需要推移や主要指標(生産量、生産井数、掘削井数、稼働掘削施設数)の将来予測数値を地域・主要国別に提供するほか、各国で異なる非従来型資源の重要性、主要市場の現況、産業構造、有力企業などについての考察・分析情報をまとめています。

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
  • 世界経済概況
    • 近年の動向推移
    • 世界経済展望
  • 世界人口動態の見通し
  • 世界の石油・ガス産業展望
    • 世界の原油産業展望
      • 埋蔵量と探査活動
      • 需要量
      • 生産量
      • 原油の価格形成パターン
    • 世界の天然ガス産業展望
      • 埋蔵量と探査活動
      • 需要量
      • 生産量
      • 天然ガスの価格形成パターン

第3章 概況

  • 概要
  • 生産井数の概況
  • 掘削井数の概況
  • 稼働掘削施設数の概況
  • 技術の概況
    • 探査
    • 掘削
    • 仕上げ作業
  • 非従来型資源開発
    • タイトオイル・ガス
    • シェール(頁岩)層
    • 炭層メタン
    • オイルサンド(油砂)および超重質原油
  • 環境および規制問題

第4章 北米

  • 概要
  • 原油産業展望
  • 天然ガス産業展望
  • 坑井数および掘削施設数
  • 非従来型資源開発
  • 米国
  • カナダ
  • メキシコ

第5章 欧州

  • 概要
  • 原油産業展望
  • 天然ガス産業展望
  • 坑井数および掘削施設数
  • 非従来型資源開発
  • ロシア
  • 北海沿岸諸国
  • その他欧州諸国

第6章 アジア太平洋地域

  • 概要
  • 原油産業展望
  • 天然ガス産業展望
  • 坑井数および掘削施設数
  • 非従来型資源開発
  • オーストラリア
  • 中国
  • インド
  • インドネシア
  • タイ
  • その他アジア太平洋地域諸国

第7章 中南米

  • 概要
  • 原油産業展望
  • 天然ガス産業展望
  • 坑井数および掘削施設数
  • 非従来型資源開発
  • アルゼンチン
  • ブラジル
  • コロンビア
  • ベネズエラ
  • その他中南米諸国

第8章 アフリカ・中東

  • 概要
  • 原油産業展望
  • 天然ガス産業展望
  • 坑井および掘削施設
  • 非従来型資源開発
  • クウェート
  • オマーン
  • サウジアラビア
  • その他アフリカ・中東諸国

第9章 産業構造

  • 概要
    • 国際石油企業
    • 国内石油企業
    • その他の探査・生産(E&P)受託企業およびサプライヤー
      • 油田施設企業
      • 掘削請負企業
      • その他の製品・サービス供給企業
  • 競争戦略
    • 事業買収・売却
    • 共同契約
    • 設備投資
    • 研究・開発

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Product Code: 3197

Dramatic changes in oil & gas industry? Sound data analysis essential

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The worldwide oil and gas industry has undergone dramatic changes over the past decade and these changes are expected to continue into the future. The success of unconventional resource development in the US has changed the global energy supply and demand balance, not only in oil and gas but also in downstream derivatives. Much of the progress the US has made in exploiting shale gas and tight oil reserves is the result of improved technology, most specifically horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing. The question is whether other countries can apply these improved techniques to duplicate the success of the US and rejuvenate their own oil and gas sector.


In the past, analysis of the oil and gas industry relied primarily on rig counts and energy prices. While prices for crude oil and natural gas remain the key driver of industry activity, assessing opportunities has become more complex. Now in addition to active drilling rigs, a number of other factors need to be considered to get a clear picture of a country's oil and gas industry outlook. These include the number and type of wells drilled, the available drilling and completion technology in the country, the number and age of producing wells, the health of the domestic service industry, the state of the country's infrastructure, and the existence and potential for development of unconventional formations. This study takes the available information, much of which is spotty and contradictory, and analyzes it to form a comprehensive and consistent set of data that highlights individual country trends.

Number of wells drilled will continue to climb despite slowing US market

Much of the growth in global well drilling activity in recent years has been driven by strong increases in the dominant US market, primarily due to the development of shale gas and tight oil plays. As the focus in the US shifts from exploration and development to reservoir optimization, growth in drilling activity is expected to shift to other regions of the world. Overall the number of wells drilled worldwide is expected to grow nearly two percent per year through 2018 to almost 110,000 wells. North America will still account for over 50 percent of activity but faster growth is expected in most other areas of the world other than Europe. The increasing use of new, more efficient rigs and multi-well pad drilling will be a key factor in raising well counts.

Mature fields offer opportunities for new technologies

There are about two million producing wells in the world, many of which are in mature fields with declining production. Countries around the world are focusing their efforts on using new stimulation and tertiary recovery techniques to rejuvenate these wells in order to maintain production levels. In addition, a number of nations are instituting programs to reactivate old wells using new technology in hopes of increasing output. Countries with the highest number of producing wells include the US, Canada, Russia, and China.

Study coverage

Details on these and other key findings are contained in the upcoming Freedonia industry study, World Upstream Oil & Gas Outlook, presents historical demand data (2003, 2008 and 2013) plus forecasts (2018 and 2023) for the major oil and gas indicators (production, producing wells, wells drilled, active rigs) for 5 world regions by major country. In addition, the importance of unconventional resources from country to country is discussed. The study also considers key market environment factors, assesses industry structure and profiles 35 global competitors.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • General
  • World Economic Overview
    • Recent Historical Trends
    • World Economic Outlook
  • World Demographic Outlook
  • World Oil & Gas Outlook
    • World Crude Oil Outlook
      • Reserves & Exploration
      • Demand
      • Production
      • Crude Oil Pricing Patterns
    • World Natural Gas Outlook
      • Reserves & Exploration
      • Demand
      • Production
      • Natural Gas Pricing Patterns

III. OVERVIEW

  • General
  • Producing Wells Overview
  • Wells Drilled Overview
  • Active Rigs Overview
  • Technology Overview
    • Exploration
    • Drilling
    • Completion
  • Unconventional Resource Development
    • Tight Oil & Gas
    • Shale Formations
    • Coalbed Methane
    • Oil Sands & Extra Heavy Crude
  • Environmental & Regulatory Issues

IV. NORTH AMERICA

  • General
  • Crude Oil Outlook
  • Natural Gas Outlook
  • Wells & Rigs
  • Unconventional Resource Development
  • United States
  • Canada
  • Mexico

V. EUROPE

  • General
  • Crude Oil Outlook
  • Natural Gas Outlook
  • Wells & Rigs
  • Unconventional Resource Development
  • Russia
  • North Sea Countries
  • Other Europe

VI. ASIA/PACIFIC

  • General
  • Crude Oil Outlook
  • Natural Gas Outlook
  • Wells & Rigs
  • Unconventional Resource Development
  • Australia
  • China
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Thailand
  • Other Asia/Pacific

VII. CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA

  • General
  • Crude Oil Outlook
  • Natural Gas Outlook
  • Wells & Rigs
  • Unconventional Resource Development
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Colombia
  • Venezuela
  • Other Central & South America

VIII. AFRICA/MIDEAST

  • General
  • Crude Oil Outlook
  • Natural Gas Outlook
  • Wells & Rigs
  • Unconventional Resource Development
  • Kuwait
  • Oman
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Other Africa/Mideast

IX. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • General
    • International Oil Companies
    • National Oil Companies
    • Other E&P Companies
    • E&P Contractors & Suppliers
      • Oilfield Service Companies
      • Contract Drilling Companies
      • Other Product & Service Providers
  • Competitive Strategies
    • Acquisitions & Divestitures
    • Cooperative Agreements
    • Capital Spending
    • Research & Development

Company Profiles

  • AlMansoori Specialized Engineering
  • Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
  • Apache Corporation
  • Baker Hughes Incorporated
  • BP plc
  • CAT oil AG
  • Chesapeake Energy Corporation
  • Chevron Corporation
  • China National Offshore Oil Corporation
  • China National Petroleum Corporation
  • China Oilfield Services, see China National Offshore Oil
  • China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation
  • CNOOC, see China National Offshore Oil
  • Diamond Offshore Drilling, see Loews
  • Ensco plc
  • Ensign Energy Services Incorporated
  • EOG Resources Incorporated
  • Eurasia Drilling Company Limited
  • Exxon Mobil Corporation
  • Gazprom OAO
  • Halliburton Company
  • Helmerich & Payne Incorporated
  • HighMount Exploration & Production, see Loews
  • Kuwait Petroleum Corporation
  • Loews Corporation
  • LUKOIL OAO
  • Nabors Industries Limited
  • Nexen, see China National Offshore Oil
  • Noble Corporation plc
  • Oman Oil Company SAOC
  • OneSubsea, see Schlumberger
  • Patterson-UTI Energy Incorporated
  • Performix, see Baker Hughes
  • PetroChina, see China National Petroleum
  • Petróleo Brasileiro SA
  • Petróleos Mexicanos SA
  • Precision Drilling Corporation
  • Rosneft Oil Company OJSC
  • Royal Dutch Shell plc
  • Samara-Nafta ZAO, see LUKOIL OAO
  • Saudi Arabian Oil Company
  • Schlumberger Limited
  • SES Holdings, see Schlumberger
  • Seventy Seven Energy, see Chesapeake Energy
  • Sinopec, see China Petroleum & Chemical
  • TerraVici Drilling Solutions, see Helmerich & Payne
  • TNK-BP, see Rosneft Oil
  • Transocean Limited
  • Trinidad Drilling Limited
  • Weatherford International plc
  • Whiting Petroleum Corporation
  • XTO Energy, see Exxon Mobil
  • Other Companies Mentioned in the Study

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Summary Table

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 World Gross Domestic Product by Region
  • 2 World Population by Region
  • 3 World Oil & Gas Production by Region
  • 4 World Crude Oil Proved Reserves by Country, 2013
  • 5 World Petroleum Demand by Region
  • 6 World Crude Oil Field Production by Region
  • 7 World Natural Gas Proved Reserves by Country, 2013
  • 8 World Natural Gas Demand by Region
  • 9 World Natural Gas Production by Region

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

  • 1 World Producing Wells by Region & Resource
  • 2 World Wells Drilled by Region & Trajectory
  • 3 World Active Drilling Rigs by Region & Location

SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA

  • 1 North America: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 2 North America: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 3 North America: Wells & Rigs
  • 4 United States: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 5 United States: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 6 United States: Wells & Rigs
  • 7 United States: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 8 Canada: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 9 Canada: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 10 Canada: Wells & Rigs
  • 11 Canada: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 12 Mexico: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 13 Mexico: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 14 Mexico: Wells & Rigs
  • 15 Mexico: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays

SECTION V -- EUROPE

  • 1 Europe: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 2 Europe: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 3 Europe: Wells & Rigs
  • 4 Russia: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 5 Russia: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 6 Russia: Wells & Rigs
  • 7 Russia: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 8 North Sea Countries: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 9 North Sea Countries: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 10 North Sea Countries: Wells & Rigs
  • 11 North Sea Countries: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 12 Other Europe: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 13 Other Europe: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 14 Other Europe: Wells & Rigs
  • 15 Other Europe: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays

SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC

  • 1 Asia/Pacific: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 2 Asia/Pacific: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 3 Asia/Pacific: Wells & Rigs
  • 4 Australia: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 5 Australia: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 6 Australia: Wells & Rigs
  • 7 Australia: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 8 China: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 9 China: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 10 China: Wells & Rigs
  • 11 China: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 12 India: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 13 India: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 14 India: Wells & Rigs
  • 15 India: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 16 Indonesia: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 17 Indonesia: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 18 Indonesia: Wells & Rigs
  • 19 Indonesia: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 20 Thailand: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 21 Thailand: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 22 Thailand: Wells & Rigs
  • 23 Other Asia/Pacific: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 24 Other Asia/Pacific: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 25 Other Asia/Pacific: Wells & Rigs

SECTION VII -- CENTRAL & SOUTH AMERICA

  • 1 Central & South America: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 2 Central & South America: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 3 Central & South America: Wells & Rigs
  • 4 Argentina: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 5 Argentina: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 6 Argentina: Wells & Rigs
  • 7 Argentina: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 8 Brazil: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 9 Brazil: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 10 Brazil: Wells & Rigs
  • 11 Brazil: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 12 Colombia: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 13 Colombia: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 14 Colombia: Wells & Rigs
  • 15 Colombia: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 16 Venezuela: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 17 Venezuela: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 18 Venezuela: Wells & Rigs
  • 19 Venezuela: Selected Unconventional Resource Plays
  • 20 Other Central & South America: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 21 Other Central & South America: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 22 Other Central & South America: Wells & Rigs

SECTION VIII -- AFRICA/MIDEAST

  • 1 Africa/Mideast: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 2 Africa/Mideast: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 3 Africa/Mideast: Wells & Rigs
  • 4 Kuwait: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 5 Kuwait: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 6 Kuwait: Wells & Rigs
  • 7 Oman: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 8 Oman: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 9 Oman: Wells & Rigs
  • 10 Saudi Arabia: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 11 Saudi Arabia: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 12 Saudi Arabia: Wells & Rigs
  • 13 Other Africa/Mideast: Crude Oil Supply & Demand
  • 14 Other Africa/Mideast: Natural Gas Supply & Demand
  • 15 Other Africa/Mideast: Wells & Rigs

SECTION IX -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

  • 1 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures
  • 2 Selected Cooperative Agreements
  • 3 Capital Expenditures: Selected Oil & Gas Companies, 2013
  • 4 Apache Net Wells Drilled
  • 5 Apache Gross Producing Wells by Type & Location
  • 6 BP Net Wells Drilled
  • 7 BP Gross Producing Wells by Type & Location
  • 8 CNOOC Limited Net Wells Drilled
  • 9 CNOOC Limited Gross Producing Wells by Type & Location
  • 10 Exxon Mobil Net Wells Drilled
  • 11 Exxon Mobil Gross Producing Wells by Type & Location
  • 12 Petróleo Brasileiro Net Wells Drilled
  • 13 Petróleo Brasileiro Gross Producing Wells by Type & Location
  • 14 Royal Dutch Shell Net Wells Drilled
  • 15 Royal Dutch Shell Gross Producing Wells by Type & Location

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

  • 1 World Oil & Gas Production, 2013
  • 2 World Crude Oil Proved Reserves by Country, 2013
  • 3 World Technically Recoverable Shale Oil Reserves by Country, 2013
  • 4 World Crude Oil Field Production, 2013
  • 5 Average Annual Crude Oil Spot Prices, 2003-2013
  • 6 World Natural Gas Proved Reserves by Country, 2013
  • 7 World Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Reserves by Country, 2013
  • 8 World Natural Gas Production by Region, 2013
  • 9 Natural Gas Prices, 2003-2013

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

  • 1 World Producing Wells by Region, 2013
  • 2 World Wells Drilled by Region, 2013
  • 3 World Active Drilling Rigs by Region, 2013
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