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Offshore Drilling Industry in the Americas to 2016 - Activity in Latin America Expected to Drive Expenditure in the Future

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南北アメリカ地域の海洋掘削産業 Offshore Drilling Industry in the Americas to 2016 - Activity in Latin America Expected to Drive Expenditure in the Future
出版日: 2012年09月30日 ページ情報: 英文 82 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、南北アメリカ地域の海洋掘削産業の現状と見通しについて調査分析し、海洋掘削産業の重要性、発展の経緯、技術コンセプト、地域/主要国・水深別の海洋掘削への投資額、掘削井数の推移と予測、主要リースホルダー、各種市場推進因子と課題などをまとめ、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 目次

第2章 はじめに

第3章 イントロダクション:海洋掘削産業

  • 南北アメリカ地域における海洋掘削の重要性と主要海域
  • 海底探査事業の海洋掘削事業への影響
  • 海底探査および掘削事業に影響を及ぼす地方自治体・民間の各種規制の重要性
  • 海洋掘削事業の発展と主要な入札評価基準
  • 海洋掘削産業と上流石油・ガス産業バリューチェーンの一部としてのその役割
  • リグタイプとサポートサービス
  • 海洋掘削技術のコンセプト
  • コア海洋掘削事業を補う主な関連区分

第4章 主要動向と課題

第5章 南北アメリカ地域の海洋掘削市場予測

  • 支出予測
  • 地域別支出予測
  • 海底井の予測
  • 地域別海底井の予測
  • 南北アメリカ地域の主要海洋掘削業者のプロファイル
    • Transocean Ltd
    • Noble Corporation
    • Diamond Offshore Drilling
    • Ensco International
    • Hercules Offshore

第6章 北米主要国の海底井と掘削支出統計

  • 北米の海洋掘削予測
  • 米国の海底掘削井:統計・支出
  • カナダの海底掘削井:統計・支出

第7章 中南米主要国の海底井と掘削支出統計

  • 中南米の海洋掘削予測
  • ブラジルの海洋掘削予測
  • ベネズエラの海洋掘削予測
  • アルゼンチンの海洋掘削予測
  • トリニダードトバゴの海洋掘削予測
  • メキシコの海洋掘削予測

第8章 付録

付録

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Product Code: GBIGE00063MR

Summary

GBI Research, a leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, "Offshore Drilling Industry in the Americas to 2016 - Activity in Latin America Expected to Drive Expenditure in the Future". The study, which is an offering from the company's Energy Research Group, provides an in-depth analysis of the offshore drilling market in the Americas and highlights the various concerns, shifting trends and major players in the region. The report provides forecasts for the offshore drilling industry in the Americas region to 2016. The report also provides segmental forecasts of the offshore drilling market in the Americas region by water depth and highlights the major countries in the region. The report provides in-depth analysis of the key trends and challenges in the offshore drilling market in the region. An analysis of the competitive scenario, data on the offshore wells and drilling expenditure in the region are also provided for each of the market segments.

Scope

  • Overview and analysis of the offshore drilling industry of Americas
  • Analysis of the historical trends and forecasts to 2016
  • Analysis and forecasts of offshore wells drilled and offshore drilling expenditure
  • Provides country-specific data analysis of the US, Canada, Brazil, Mexico, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, and Argentina
  • Analyzes the opportunities and challenges in the offshore drilling industry of Americas
  • Analyzes the competitive scenario in the offshore drilling industry of the Americas

Reasons to buy

  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the offshore drilling industry in Americas.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in the offshore drilling industry in Americas.
  • Increase future revenues and profitability with the help of insights on the future opportunities and critical success factors in the offshore drilling industry of Americas.
  • Benchmark your operations and strategies against the major players in the offshore drilling industry in Americas.
  • Benchmark your operations and strategies using key insights from the major current and expected business developments with regard to the American offshore drilling industry.

Executive Summary

Offshore Drilling in the Americas Spreads to the South of the Continent

The offshore regions of Trinidad and Tobago, the Falkland Islands, and Suriname are expected to be on the list for exploration for many international oil companies, who aim to drill within the next few years, boosting offshore drilling expenditure in the South American region, states a new report by industry experts GBI Research.

The new report* looks at offshore drilling activity, which has been a major focus of countries in the Americas, as governments encourage their energy industries in order to make their countries as self-sufficient as possible. Despite political uncertainties, oil and gas giants are moving in on South American countries in order to profit from their relatively unexploited resources.

The major offshore oil and gas fields in the Americas are the Gulf of Mexico, the Newfoundland and Nova Scotia oil fields off the Canadian coastline, and the Campos and Santos basins off the coast of Brazil. However, the offshore basins of the islands of Trinidad and Tobago are rich in natural gas reserves, as are the Carina Aries and Perla oil field shallow water blocks off the Argentine and Venezuelan coasts respectively. Other places in the Americas with offshore drilling investment potential are Suriname, the Falkland Islands, Uruguay, Cuba, Peru and Ecuador, as recent exploration attempts branch out in search for new oil and gas reserves.

International oil companies are beginning to invest in exploration and drilling activity off the coast of Suriname, which lies close to the Caribbean. July 10, 2012 saw oil giant Chevron announce its entry into a joint venture with Bermuda-based Kosmos Energy Ltd. to aggressively explore for hydrocarbons with each company holding a 50% stake in two Kosmos deepwater basins off the coast of Suriname.

Similarly, April 2012 saw the government of Trinidad and Tobago declare the commencement of deepwater block bidding for six offshore blocks off the East Coast Marine Area and Trinidad and Tobago Deep Atlantic Area. As a proactive measure to encourage offshore exploration, the government of Trinidad and Tobago cut back its petroleum profit tax from 50% to 35%, and has ensured state participation as means to encourage and support international E&P companies to drill in offshore Trinidad and Tobago.

Offshore drilling expenditure in South and Central America increased over 2000-2008, from $4 billion in 2000 to $10.50 billion in 2008, due to substantial exploration activities off the coast of Brazil in the deepwater Santos and Campos basins. An energy demand drop occurred as a result of the global financial crisis of 2008, but a steady increase in expenditure has developed since then. The offshore drilling expenditure in the South and Central American region is expected to grow at an Average Annual Growth Rate [AAGR] of around 7.8%, from $12.04 billion in 2011 to around $16.74 billion in 2016.

Offshore Drilling Industry in the Americas to 2016 - Activity in Latin America Expected to Drive Expenditure in the Future

This report provides forecasts for the offshore drilling industry in the Americas to 2016, and segmental forecasts of the offshore drilling market in the Americas by water depth while highlighting the major countries in the region. It also provides in-depth analysis of the key trends and challenges in the offshore drilling market in the region. An analysis of the competitive scenario, data on the offshore wells and drilling expenditure in the region are additionally given for each of the market segments.

The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research's team of industry experts.

Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents 5

  • 1.1 List of Tables 7
  • 1.2 List of Figures 8

2 Introduction 9

3 Introduction to the Offshore Drilling Industry 10

  • 3.1 Significance of Offshore Drilling and Major Offshore Areas in the Americas 10
  • 3.2 Impact of the Offshore Exploration Business on the Offshore Drilling Business 10
  • 3.3 Importance of Various Local Government and Private Regulations Influencing the Offshore Exploration and Drilling Business 10
  • 3.4 Offshore Drilling Business Development and Key Bid Evaluation Criteria [BEC] 11
    • 3.4.1 Technical Suitability 11
    • 3.4.2 Price 11
    • 3.4.3 Availability 11
  • 3.5 The Offshore Drilling Industry and Its Role as a Part of the Upstream Oil and Gas Industry Value Chain 11
  • 3.6 Types of Rig and Support Services 12
    • 3.6.1 Mobile Bottom Supported Rigs 12
    • 3.6.2 Floating Rigs 12
    • 3.6.3 Key Technologies Used as Supporting Mechanisms in Floating Rigs 13
    • 3.6.4 Subsea Production and Processing Systems 13
  • 3.7 Offshore Drilling Technology Concepts 14
    • 3.7.1 Exploratory Wells 14
    • 3.7.2 Appraisal Wells 14
    • 3.7.3 Development Wells 14
    • 3.7.4 Deepwater Drilling 14
    • 3.7.5 Rotary Drilling Procedures 14
  • 3.8 Key Allied Segments Supplementing the Core Offshore Drilling Business 15
    • 3.8.1 Oilfield Services 15
    • 3.8.2 Geo-Scientific Support Services 15
    • 3.8.3 Rig Support Services 15
    • 3.8.4 Engineering and Equipment Support Services 16

4 Offshore Drilling Industry in the Americas to 2016 - Key Trends and Challenges 17

  • 4.1 Stringent Offshore Regulations and Slowdown in Process of Issuance of Fresh Drilling Permits Hampering Speed of Activity in the US Gulf of Mexico [USGOM] 17
  • 4.2 Offshore Exploration in the Arctic Region Expected to be Driven in the Second Half of 2012 and 2013 by Operations Planned by International Oil Majors 17
  • 4.3 Rise in Demand for Deepwater and Ultradeep Water Drilling is Expected to Increase Offshore Day Rates for Drillships and Semi-submersibles 18
  • 4.4 Dearth of Qualified Marine Crew Operating in Deepwater US Gulf of Mexico [USGOM] Is Posing Risk of Temporary Operational Slowdown in Deepwater Activity 19
  • 4.5 Offshore Exploration and Production Activity Plans by Oil Companies in South and Central America Expected to Drive Offshore Drilling Expenditure and Demand for Rigs 19

5 Offshore Drilling Activity in the Americas to 2016 - Drilling and Well Forecasts to 2016, Profiles of Major Regional Contractors 20

  • 5.1 Offshore Drilling Expenditure Forecast for the Americas to 2016 20
  • 5.2 Offshore Drilling Expenditure Forecast for the Americas by Region, 2000-2016 22
  • 5.3 Offshore Well Forecast for the Americas to 2016 24
  • 5.4 Offshore Well Forecast for the Americas to 2016, by Region 26
  • 5.5 Profiles of the Major Offshore Drilling Contractors in the Americas 28
    • 5.5.1 Transocean Ltd. 28
    • 5.5.2 Noble Drilling 28
    • 5.5.3 Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. 29
    • 5.5.4 Ensco plc 29
    • 5.5.5 Hercules Offshore 30

6 Key North American Countries' Offshore Wells and Drilling Expenditure Statistics 31

  • 6.1 North America, Offshore Drilling Forecast to 2016 31
    • 6.1.1 North America, Offshore Drilling Expenditure Forecast to 2016, by Water Depth 31
    • 6.1.2 North America, Offshore Drilling Expenditure Forecast to 2016, by Country 33
    • 6.1.3 North America Offshore Wells Forecast to 2016 35
    • 6.1.4 North America Offshore Wells Forecast to 2016, by Country 37
  • 6.2 United States, Offshore Drilling - Wells Statistics and Expenditure To 2016 39
    • 6.2.1 United States, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 39
    • 6.2.2 United States, Offshore Drilling Expenditure [$bn], by Water Depth, 2000-2016 41
    • 6.2.3 United States, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011, by Lease-owned Blocks 43
  • 6.3 Canada, Offshore Drilling - Wells Statistics and Expenditure To 2016 44
    • 6.3.1 Canada, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 44
    • 6.3.2 Canada, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 46

7 Key South and Central American Countries' Offshore Wells and Drilling Expenditure Statistics 48

  • 7.1 South and Central America, Offshore Drilling Forecast to 2016 48
    • 7.1.1 South and Central America, Offshore Drilling Expenditure Forecast to 2016, by Water Depth 48
    • 7.1.2 South and Central America, Offshore Drilling Expenditure Forecast to 2016, by Country 50
    • 7.1.3 South and Central America Offshore Wells Forecast to 2016 52
    • 7.1.4 South and Central America Offshore Wells Forecast to 2016, by Country 54
  • 7.2 Brazil, Offshore Drilling Forecast to 2016 56
    • 7.2.1 Brazil, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 56
    • 7.2.2 Brazil, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 58
    • 7.2.3 Brazil, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 60
  • 7.3 Venezuela, Offshore Drilling Forecast to 2016 61
    • 7.3.1 Venezuela, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 61
    • 7.3.2 Venezuela, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 63
    • 7.3.3 Venezuela, Top Lease Holders, 2011 65
  • 7.4 Argentina, Offshore Drilling Forecast to 2016 66
    • 7.4.1 Argentina, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 66
    • 7.4.2 Argentina, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 68
    • 7.4.3 Argentina, Top Lease Holders, 2011 70
  • 7.5 Trinidad and Tobago, Offshore Drilling Forecast to 2016 71
    • 7.5.1 Trinidad and Tobago, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 71
    • 7.5.2 Trinidad and Tobago, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $ billion, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 73
    • 7.5.3 Trinidad and Tobago, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 75
  • 7.6 Mexico, Offshore Drilling Forecast to 2016 76
    • 7.6.1 Mexico, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 76
    • 7.6.2 Mexico, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 78

8 Appendix 80

  • 8.1 Market Definitions 80
  • 8.2 Abbreviations 80
  • 8.3 References 80
  • 8.4 Methodology 81
    • 8.4.1 Coverage 81
    • 8.4.2 Secondary Research 81
    • 8.4.3 Primary Research 81
    • 8.4.4 Expert Panel Validation 82
  • 8.5 Contact Us 82
  • 8.6 Disclaimer 82

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Offshore Drilling Industry, Americas, Expenditure by Water Depth [$bn], 2000-2016 21
  • Table 2: Offshore Drilling Industry, Americas, Expenditure by Region [$bn], 2000-2016 23
  • Table 3: Offshore Wells Drilled, Americas, 2000-2016 25
  • Table 4: Offshore Wells Drilled, The Americas, by Region, 2000-2016 27
  • Table 5: Transocean Ltd. - Offshore Rig Fleet Summary for the Americas, H1 2012 28
  • Table 6: Noble Drilling - Offshore Rig Fleet Summary for the Americas, H1 2012 28
  • Table 7: Diamond Offshore Drilling, Inc. - Offshore Rig Fleet Summary for the Americas, H1 2012 29
  • Table 8: Ensco plc - Offshore Rig Fleet Summary for the Americas, H1 2012 29
  • Table 9: Hercules Offshore - Offshore Rig Fleet Summary for the Americas, H1 2012 30
  • Table 10: Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $ bn, North America, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 32
  • Table 11: Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, North America, by Country, 2000-2016 34
  • Table 12: Number of Offshore Wells Drilled, North America, 2000-2016 36
  • Table 13: Offshore Wells Drilled, North America, 2000-2016 38
  • Table 14: United States, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 40
  • Table 15: United States, Offshore Drilling Expenditure [$bn], by Water Depth, 2000-2016 42
  • Table 16: United States, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 43
  • Table 17: Canada, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 45
  • Table 18: Canada, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 47
  • Table 19: Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, South and Central America, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 49
  • Table 20: Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, South and Central America, by Country, 2000-2016 51
  • Table 21: Number of Offshore Wells Drilled, South America, 2000-2016 53
  • Table 22: Number of Offshore Wells Drilled, South America, 2000-2016 55
  • Table 23: Brazil, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 57
  • Table 24: Brazil, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 59
  • Table 25: Brazil, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 60
  • Table 26: Venezuela, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 62
  • Table 27: Venezuela, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 64
  • Table 28: Venezuela, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 65
  • Table 29: Argentina, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 67
  • Table 30: Argentina, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 69
  • Table 31: Argentina, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 70
  • Table 32: Trinidad and Tobago, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 72
  • Table 33: Trinidad and Tobago, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 74
  • Table 34: Trinidad and Tobago, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 75
  • Table 35: Mexico, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 77
  • Table 36: Mexico, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 79

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Offshore Drilling Industry, Americas, Expenditure by Water Depth [$bn], 2000-2016 20
  • Figure 2: Offshore Drilling Industry, Americas, Expenditure by Region [$bn], 2000-2016 22
  • Figure 3: Offshore Drilling Industry, Americas, Number of Offshore Wells Drilled, 2000-2016 24
  • Figure 4: Offshore Wells Drilled, Americas, by Region, 2000-2016 26
  • Figure 5: Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $ bn, North America, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 32
  • Figure 6: Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, North America, by Country, 2000-2016 33
  • Figure 7: Number of Offshore Wells Drilled, North America, 2000-2016 35
  • Figure 8: Offshore Wells Drilled, North America, 2000-2016 37
  • Figure 9: United States, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 39
  • Figure 10: United States, Offshore Drilling Expenditure [$bn], by Water Depth, 2000-2016 41
  • Figure 11: United States, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 43
  • Figure 12: Canada, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 44
  • Figure 13: Canada, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 46
  • Figure 14: Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, South and Central America, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 48
  • Figure 15: Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, South and Central America, by Country, 2000-2016 50
  • Figure 16: Number of Offshore Wells Drilled, South America, 2000-2016 52
  • Figure 17: Number of Offshore Wells Drilled, South America, 2000-2016 54
  • Figure 18: Brazil, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 56
  • Figure 19: Brazil, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 58
  • Figure 20: Brazil, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 60
  • Figure 21: Venezuela, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 61
  • Figure 22: Venezuela, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 63
  • Figure 23: Venezuela, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 65
  • Figure 24: Argentina, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 66
  • Figure 25: Argentina, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 68
  • Figure 26: Argentina, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 70
  • Figure 27: Trinidad and Tobago, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 71
  • Figure 28: Trinidad and Tobago, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 73
  • Figure 29: Trinidad and Tobago, Top Offshore Lease Holders, 2011 75
  • Figure 30: Mexico, Offshore Wells Forecast, 2000-2016 76
  • Figure 31: Mexico, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, $bn, by Water Depth, 2000-2016 78
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