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世界のエネルギー分野における積層造形 (3D/4Dプリント) の影響

Impact of Additive Manufacturing (3D/4D Printing) on the Global Energy Sector

発行 Frost & Sullivan 商品コード 702302
出版日 ページ情報 英文 45 Pages
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世界のエネルギー分野における積層造形 (3D/4Dプリント) の影響 Impact of Additive Manufacturing (3D/4D Printing) on the Global Energy Sector
出版日: 2018年08月28日 ページ情報: 英文 45 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界のエネルギー分野における積層造形市場について調査し、技術、ビジネスモデル、および主要企業の分析、エネルギー分野における主な利用例、および成長機会などについてまとめています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 技術状況・トレンド・ビジネスモデル

  • 積層造形とは?
  • 積層造形 - ビジネスモデル
  • 積層造形 - 収益化
  • 積層造形における主要企業
  • 積層造形 - サプライチェーンへの影響

第3章 エネルギー分野における利用例

  • 積層造形 - 原子力産業
  • 積層造形 - 石油・ガス
  • ロボット3Dプリント - 石油・ガスプラントにおけるパーツ製造
  • 積層造形 - 工業用ガスタービンコンポーネントのプロトタイピング・作成
  • 積層造形 - 風力タービンのプロトタイピング・製造
  • 積層造形 - 潮力エネルギー・燃料電池
  • 革新的なレーザー3D技術
  • 3Dプリントで作成された小型水力流込式タービン - Verterra Energy

第4章 成長機会・CTA (行動喚起)

  • 成長機会1:ビジネスモデル
  • 成長機会2:投資/M&A
  • エネルギーにおける積層造形向けの戦略的インペラティブ

第5章 結論

第6章 付録

第7章 FROST & SULLIVAN について

目次
Product Code: MC1B-14

Utilizing Additive Manufacturing Technology to Drive a New Wave of Innovation

Additive Manufacturing or 3D/4D printing has moved from being a novel innovation two decades ago to a business reality. Companies and institutions have been rapidly increasing their investment in a technology concept that has the potential to significantly disrupt conventional supply chains-not only challenging the position of incumbent suppliers, but also creating opportunities for existing companies to expand their operations and for new entrants to disrupt the market. The technology has a cross-industry appeal. A random selection of the products that can conceivably be made with the technology includes machine parts, guns, toys, shoes, rubber pipes, and crockery. The energy industry is not immune to all challenges. It faces considerable pressure to reduce capital expenditure across a range of areas and the ability to simplify and speed up the supply chain would be a key part of that.

In this report, Frost & Sullivan has provided insights into how the industry utilizes Additive Manufacturing to address these challenges and shed light on the possible future applications of the technology in this industry. This insight covers major Additive Manufacturing technologies that have been developed for use in both conventional and unconventional energy fields, with an overview of the top companies in this field. The study focuses on existing research, which has developed products for energy applications and future products which can significantly boost efficiency, lower capital and operational costs, and reduce the time to market for energy companies. The redesign of energy product supply chains allows for local manufacturing at (or near) the client location to become a reality. This entails not only the faster replacement of components, but also the introduction of newer and lighter materials. With an increasing push from product manufacturers and the increasing adoption by energy companies, several new standards and regulations are expected to come into place in order to integrate Additive Manufacturing into the energy industry. With Additive Manufacturing reducing product costs by 40% and the time to market by one-third, it is expected to make a significant contribution toward the energy industry in the future.

The landscape of companies involved in this is broad and diverse. Key companies involved in this industry from an energy perspective include: major utilities, oil and gas exploration and production companies, oil and gas service companies, as well as the established technology OEMs, SMEs, and start-ups. Some of the key participants in this space are ENI, EnergyX, GE, Halliburton, Shell, Siemens, Utilight, and Verterra.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • Key Findings
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Additive Manufacturing (continued)
  • Additive Manufacturing-Challenges the Technology can Solve
  • Additive Manufacturing-Challenges the Technology can Solve (continued)
  • Additive Manufacturing-Maturity of Technologies/Applications

2. TECHNOLOGY STATUS, TRENDS, AND BUSINESS MODELS

  • What is Additive Manufacturing?
  • Additive Manufacturing-Business Models
  • Additive Manufacturing-Monetization
  • Key Companies Working on Additive Manufacturing
  • Key Companies Working on Additive Manufacturing (continued)
  • Additive Manufacturing-Implications for Supply Chain

3. USE CASES IN ENERGY

  • Additive Manufacturing-Nuclear Industry
  • Additive Manufacturing-Nuclear Industry (continued)
  • Additive Manufacturing-Oil and Gas
  • Robotic 3D Printing-Oil and Gas Plant Part Manufacturing
  • Additive Manufacturing-Prototyping and Creating Industrial Gas Turbine Components
  • Additive Manufacturing-Wind Turbine Prototyping and Production
  • Additive Manufacturing-Wind Turbine Prototyping and Production (continued)
  • Additive Manufacturing-Tidal Energy and Fuel Cells
  • Revolutionary Laser 3D Technology-A New Age of Printing for Solar Cells and Electronics: Utilight
  • 3D Printed Small Hydro Runoff Turbines-Verterra Energy

4. GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES AND COMPANIES TO ACTION

  • Growth Opportunity 1-Business Models
  • Growth Opportunity 2-Investment/M&A
  • Strategic Imperatives for Additive Manufacturing in Energy

5. KEY CONCLUSIONS

  • Key Conclusions
  • Legal Disclaimer

6. APPENDIX

  • List of Exhibits

7. THE FROST & SULLIVAN STORY

  • The Frost & Sullivan Story
  • Value Proposition-Future of Your Company & Career
  • Global Perspective
  • Industry Convergence
  • 360° Research Perspective
  • Implementation Excellence
  • Our Blue Ocean Strategy
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