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世界と中国のFPSO産業(2011年)

Global and China FPSO Industry Report, 2011

発行 ResearchInChina 商品コード 228181
出版日 ページ情報 英文 152 Pages
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世界と中国のFPSO産業(2011年) Global and China FPSO Industry Report, 2011
出版日: 2011年12月12日 ページ情報: 英文 152 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界と中国のFPSO産業について調査分析し、産業の概要、セグメント別の市場の概要、主要企業のプロファイルなどを提供して、概略以下の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 海洋(オフショア)エンジニアリングの概要

  • 石油掘削リグプラットフォーム
  • 生産プラットフォーム
  • オフショア支援船(OSV)
  • 深海石油探査
  • 世界のオフショア石油・ガス産業の投資

第2章 浮体式生産プラットフォーム

  • FPSOの概要
  • FPSOの操業モード
  • FPSOの構造
  • FDPSO、DRFPSO
  • LPG-FPSO
  • タンカーを改造して建造するFPSO

第3章 FPSの操業

  • FPSOの操業
  • 三井海洋開発(MODEC)
  • SBM Offshore
  • BW Offshore
  • Teekay
  • Bluewater Energy Services
  • Fred. Olsen Production
  • Maersk FPSOs
  • Bumi Armada
  • Petrobras
  • Engevix/GVA
  • Royal Dutch Shell
  • CNOOC
  • Total

第4章 FPSの産業と市場

  • 産業投資:地域別
  • 産業規模:地域別
  • LNG-FPSO
    • 概要
    • 市場
  • FPSの請負業者
  • FPSOプロジェクト:2008年〜2011年11月(オペレーター、貯蔵容量、船体建造、トップサイド建造を含む)
  • FPS-SEMI
  • TLPとSPAR

第5章 FPSの請負業者分析

  • Samsung Heavy Industries
  • Hyundai Heavy Industries
  • STX
  • Keppel
  • COSCO Shipyard
  • Sembcorp
  • DSME
  • Drydocks World

図表

目次
Product Code: ZYW092

Abstract

Offshore engineering equipment consists of exploration equipment, drilling facility, production equipment and auxiliary equipment. Production platforms include fixed platforms and floating platforms, and the latter are the mainstream in the current market, mainly including tension-leg platform (TLP), spar platform (SPAR), semi submersible platform (SEMI) and floating production, storage and offloading equipment (FPSO).

With respect to the number of floating production platforms, FPSOaccounts for approximately 60%, ranking first, followed by SEMI, TLP and SPAR. SEMI is mainly applied in the North Sea and South American waters, while TLP and SPAR are mostly located in Gulf of Mexico (GOM). FPSO is likely to be the most promising one in the future.

As of December 1, 2011, there are 187 FPSOs in operation around the world, of which 108 FPSOs are run by operators and the rest 79 FPSOs are operated by petroleum companies. The number of FPSOs in West African waters hits 44, ranking No. 1, and that in South American waters, British and Chinese waters reaches 39, 17 and 17, respectively. Moreover, 16 FPSOs are situated in Australian waters, 9 FPSOs in Vietnamese waters and 8 FPSOs in Indonesian and Norwegian waters separately. Around 60% of FPSOs are conversions, and 40% are newly built ones.

Among large petroleum companies, Petrobraspossesses 16 FPSOs, ranking No. 1, and has ordered another 8 FPSOs. From 2012 to 2015, Petrobraswill launch 17 FPSOs into operation. CNOOC now owns 14 FPSOs and does not plan to add any more recently. CNOOC is still at the infancy stage of deep-sea oil exploration and development. French Total has 6 FPSOs, 5 of which are located in West African waters, and the company plans to add 5 FPSOs by 2017 in West African waters. The petroleum companies in USA are mainly engaged in GOM and onshore oil field projects. SHELL focuses on the LNG area, has poured USD5 billion into building the world's first LNG-FPSO and shown little interest in ordinary FPSO.

Floating production platforms are principally centralized in the waters of West Africa, South America, Southeast Asia and Australia, GOM and the North Sea. And those in West African waters are mainly centered in Nigeria, Angola, Equatorial Guinea and Congo. Among these four countries, Angola has witnessed the fastest development due to its political stability, while in other three countries, the political unrest has promoted the replacement of fixed platforms and oil pipelines by FPSOs, because fixed platforms and oil pipelines are extremely vulnerable to sabotage while FPSO features high safety factor, small investment and quick economic returns.

The South American waters are mainly controlled by government-owned Petrobras.The Brazilian government hopes that local enterprises will become the biggest beneficiaries of offshore oil exploitation. In 2009, Petrobrasinvited bidding for 8 FPSOs, and 5 groups of manufacturers were involved in the bidding. The bidders included Keppel, the world's largest FPSO conversion enterprise, SBM Offshore, the world's largest FPSO operator and Hyundai Heavy Industries, the world's largest shipbuilder. All these enterprises formed alliance with Brazilian companies, but they were too powerful to be chosen by the Brazilian government. Finally, the alliance of Swedish GVA and Brazilian Engevixwon the bid which totaled USD3.46 billion. GVA was chosen because it's just a design company.

Because of the harsh environment conditions of GOM, TLP and SPAR become the best option and TLP is generally adopted. The North Sea is similar to GOM in environment, and SEMI is mostly employed, for the development of oil field may not last long. In the sea waters of Southeast Asia and Australia, Indonesia and Vietnam, especially the latter, show strong willingness in the exploitation of oil resource, while more natural gas fields are in northwest Australian waters. Arctic waters also have great potential and will be the paradise for FPSO because of its harsh environment.

Approximately 60% of FPSOs are converted from oil tankers. Generally speaking, the oil fields which can be explored for more than 20 years will tend to be equipped with new FPSOs, while the oil fields which can be exploited for less than 15 years tend to opt for converted tankers. A newly-built FPSO costs around USD300-500 million, while a converted tanker costs USD50-200 million. In order to prevent large single-hull tankers from polluting the environment in case of shipwreck, IMO decided to advance the implementation of the phase-out scheme for single hull tankers proposed in December 2003 from 2015 to 2010. FPSO offers an opportunity for the revival of single-hull tankers.

Such factors as vessel size, age and structure are essential in the FPSO conversion. The tanker built before 1990 is backward in technology and is inappropriate to be converted into FSPO. FPSO develops towards ultra-large capacity, especially in West African waters, where only the tanker with a capacity of 250,000 DWT or above is proper to be converted into FPSO.

FPSO operators mostly start up and thrive from tanker or LNG transportation business and have a huge number of fleets. BW Offshore, MODEC, TEEKAY, SBM Offshore, Maerskand Fred. Olsen are such operators. With extensive experience in offshore production, these enterprises cannot be replaced by large petroleum companies, and are able to enjoy rich profits, with EBITDA margin generally surpassing 35%.

STUDY GOAL AND OBJECTIVES

This report provides the industry executives with strategically significantcompetitor information, analysis, and insight on the competitive patternand key companies in the industry, crucial to the development andimplementation of effective business, marketing and R&D programs.

REPORT OBJECTIVES

  • To establish a comprehensive, factual, annually updated and cost-effective information base on market size, competition patterns, market segments, goals and strategies of the leading players in the market, reviews and forecasts.
  • To assist potential market entrants in evaluating prospective acquisition and joint venture candidates.
  • To complement the organizations' internal competitor information gathering efforts with strategic analysis, data interpretation and insight.
  • To suggest for concerned investors in line with the current development of this industry as well as the development tendency.
  • To help company to succeed in a competitive market, and understand the size and growth rate of any opportunity.

METHODOLOGY

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this study. Initially, a comprehensive and exhaustive search of the literature on this industry was conducted. These sources included related books and journals, trade literature, marketing literature, other product/promotional literature, annual reports, security analyst reports, and other publications.

Subsequently, telephone interviews or email correspondence was conducted with marketing executives etc. Other sources included related magazines, academics, and consulting companies.

INFORMATION SOURCES

The primary information sources include NBS(National Bureau of Statistics of China), China Customs, and Wind etc.

Table of Contents

1. Overview of Marine (Offshore) Engineering

  • 1.1. Oil Rig Platform
  • 1.2. Production Platform
  • 1.3. Offshore Support Vessel
  • 1.4. Deep-water Oil Exploration
  • 1.5. Global Offshore Oil & Gas Industry Investment

2. Floating Production Platform

  • 2.1. Overview of FPSO
  • 2.2. Operation Mode of FPSO
  • 2.3. Structure of FPSO
  • 2.4. FDPSO or DRFPSO
  • 2.5. LPG-FPSO
  • 2.6. FPSO Converted from Tanker

3. FPS Operation

  • 3.1. FPSO Operation
  • 3.2. MODEC
  • 3.3. SBM Offshore
  • 3.4. BW Offshore
  • 3.5. Teekay
  • 3.6. BluewaterEnergy Services
  • 3.7. Fred. Olsen Production
  • 3.8. MaerskFPSOs
  • 3.9. BumiArmada
  • 3.10. Petrobras
  • 3.11. Engevix/GVA
  • 3.12. Royal Dutch Shell
  • 3.13. CNOOC
  • 3.14. Total

4. FPS Industry and Market

  • 4.1. Industry Investment by Region
  • 4.2. Industry Scale by Region
  • 4.3. LNG-FPSO
    • 4.3.1. Overview
    • 4.3.2. Market
  • 4.4. FPS Contractors
  • 4.5. FPSO Projects in 2008-Nov. 2011 (Including Operator, Storage Capacity, Hull Fabricator, Topsides Fabricator)
  • 4.6. FPS-SEMI
  • 4.7. TLP and SPAR

5. FPS Contractors Analysis

  • 5.1. Samsung Heavy Industries
  • 5.2. Hyundai Heavy Industries
  • 5.3. STX
    • 5.3.1. STX (Dalian) Shipbuilding
    • 5.3.2. STX Marine Engineering
    • 5.3.3. STX OSV
  • 5.4. Keppel
  • 5.5. COSCO Shipyard
    • 5.5.1. Nantong COSCO Shipyard Engineering
    • 5.5.2. COSCO Shipyard (Qidong) Marine Engineering
  • 5.6. Sembcorp
  • 5.7. DSME
  • 5.8. DrydocksWorld

Selected Charts

  • Global Oil Supply Sources, 1930-2030
  • Global Deepwater and Shallow Water Oil Supply, 2000-2030
  • Global Investment in Deepwater Area, 2006-2015
  • Global Deepwater Oilfield Development Zones
  • Number of Global Ultra Deepwater Oil Rigs, 2000-2014
  • Global Energy Supply by Type, 2010
  • Global Oil Prices and Offshore Oil Investment, 1960-2020
  • Global Oilfield Output by Region, 1980-2020
  • New Orders Breakdown of Global Floating Production Platform
  • Global Floating Production Platforms for Over 10 Years by Type, as of H1 2011
  • FPSO Topsides
  • Flow Chart of FPSO Topsides
  • Deepwater Oil Production Platform Breakdown by Manufacturers, 2010
  • Number of FPSOs by Operators Worldwide, Dec. 2011
  • Number of FPSOs by Region, Dec. 2011
  • Number of FPSOs Operated by Petroleum Companies, Dec. 2011
  • Global FPSO Operation Map, Aug. 2010
  • Revenue and Operating Income of MODEC, 2004-2011
  • Revenue and Net Income of MODEC, 2004-2011
  • Revenue and New Orders of MODEC, 2004-Sep. 2011
  • MODEC's Order Backlogs, 2007-H1 2011
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of SBM Offshore, 2006-2011
  • Operating Mode of SBM Offshore
  • EBIT of SBM Offshore by Business, 2006-2010
  • New Orders of SBM Offshore by Business, 2006-2010
  • Revenue of SBM Offshore by Business, 2006-2010
  • Backlogs of SBM Offshore, 2006-2010
  • Revenue of SBM Offshore by Country, 2009-2010
  • Revenue and EBITDA Margin of BW Offshore, 2007-2011
  • Global FPSO Distribution of BW Offshore, by the End of Nov. 2011
  • Customers of BW Offshore, 2011
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of Teekay, 2006-2011
  • Structure of Teekay'sAffiliates
  • Revenue and EBITDA Margin of BumiArmada, 2008-2011
  • Global Presence of BumiArmada
  • Revenue of BumiArmada by Division, Q3 2010 and 2011
  • Backlogs of BumiArmada by Division, Q3 2011
  • Revenue and Gross Margin of Petrobras, 2006-2011
  • EBITDA of Petrobrasby Division, 2010
  • Proved Reserves of Petrobrasby Water Depth, 2010
  • Output of Petrobrasby Water Depth, 1980-2010
  • Petrobras' Major Projects, 2010-2015
  • Newly-added Production Facilities of Petrobrasin Campos Basin, 2004-2010
  • Newly-added Production Facilities of Petrobrasin Campos Basin, 2010-2015
  • Santos Pre-salt Oil Field Projects of Petrobras, 2011-2016
  • Development Phases of Petrobras' Pre-salt Oil Fields, 2008-2017
  • Petrobras' Demand for New Vessels and Equipments, 2011-2020
  • FPSO Operating Plan of Petrobras, 2011-2015
  • Global Oilfield Distribution of Royal Dutch Shell
  • Main Development Projects of Royal Dutch Shell, 2011-2020
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of CNOOC, 2006-2010
  • Proved Reserves of CNOOC by Region, Dec. 2011
  • Global FPS Investment by Region, 2004-2015
  • Global FPSO Investment by Region, 2004-2015
  • Global FPS-Semi Investment by Region, 2004-2015
  • Quantity of Newly-built and Converted FPSOs, 2000-2011
  • Global FPS Contract Quantity by Region, 2003-2015
  • Global FPS Contract Quantity by Type, 2011-2015
  • FPS Types in Africa and the Mediterranean, 2004-2015
  • FPSO Contract Quantity in Africa and the Mediterranean, 2011-2015
  • FPS Investment in Asia-Pacific Region by Type, 2004-2015
  • FPS Contract Quantity in Asia-Pacific Region by Type, 2011-2015
  • FPS Investment in North America by Type, 2004-2015
  • FPS Investment in South America by Type, 2004-2015
  • FPS Contract Quantity in South America by Type, 2011-2015
  • Market Size of LNG-FPSO, 2004-2015
  • Global FPS Investment by Type, 2004-2015
  • Market Share of Major FPSO Hull Fabricators, 2003-2011
  • Market Share of Major FPSO Hull Fabricators, 2003-2011
  • Market Share of Main FPSO Topsides Fabricators, 2003-2011
  • Market Share of Main FPSO Topsides Fabricators, 2003-2011
  • Market Share of FPSO Project Contractors, 2008-Nov. 2011
  • Global New FPS-SEMI Orders by Manufacturer, 2000-2011
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of Samsung Heavy Industries, 2005-2011
  • Revenue of Samsung Heavy Industries by Business, 2006-2010
  • Backlog Value of Samsung Heavy Industries, 2006-Oct. 2011
  • New Orders Breakdown of Samsung Heavy Industries by Type,2011
  • New Orders of Samsung Heavy Industries by Type, 2006-Oct. 2011
  • Order Backlogs of Samsung Heavy Industries by Type, Oct. 2011
  • Order Backlogs of Samsung Heavy Industries by Region, Oct. 2011
  • Global Presence of Samsung Heavy Industries
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of Hyundai Heavy Industries, 2005-2011
  • Revenue of Hyundai Heavy Industries by Division, 2010
  • Revenue of Hyundai Heavy Industries by Division, 2005-2011
  • New Shipbuilding Order Value of Hyundai Heavy Industries, 2001-2011
  • Shipbuilding Sales and New Order Value of Hyundai Heavy Industries, 2001-2011
  • Shipbuilding Revenue of Hyundai Heavy Industries by Product, 2010
  • New Orders of Hyundai Heavy Industries by Ship Type, Jul. 2011
  • Backlogs of Hyundai Heavy Industries by Ship Type, Jul. 2011
  • Shipbuilding Tonnage of Hyundai Heavy Industries by Plant, 2007-2011
  • Shipbuilding Quantity of Hyundai Heavy Industries by Plant, 2007-2011
  • Revenue and New Order Value of Offshore & Engineering of Hyundai Heavy Industries, 2005-2011
  • Revenue of Hyundai Heavy Industries by Product, 2010
  • New Orders of Offshore & Engineering of Hyundai Heavy Industries by Type, 2007-2011
  • Key Orders of Offshore & Engineering of Hyundai Heavy Industries, H1 2011
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of STX, 2005-2011
  • Revenue and EBITDA Margin of STX OSV, 2007-2011
  • Revenue of STX OSV by Business, 2010
  • Backlogs of STX OSV by Region, 2009-Sep. 2011
  • Backlogs of STX OSV by Ship Type, 2009-Sep. 2011
  • New Order and Backlog Value of STX OSV, 2007-Sep. 2011
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of Keppel, 2005-2011
  • Revenue of Keppel by Business, 2005-Sep. 2011
  • Operating Income of Keppel by Business, 2005-Sep. 2011
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of COSCO Shipyard Group, 2005-2011
  • Ship-repair Business of COSCO Shipyard by Ship Type, 2010
  • Revenue of COSCO Shipyard by Business, 2010
  • Organization of SembcorpMarine
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of Sembcorp, 2005-2011
  • Revenue of Sembcorpby Business, 2005-2011
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of SembcorpMarine, 2006-2011
  • Revenue of SembcorpMarine by Business, 2006-2010
  • Ship-repair Business of SembcorpMarine by Ship Type, 2009-2010
  • Order Type of SembcorpMarine Division, 2010
  • Contract Value and Backlogs of SembcorpMarine, as of Nov. 3, 2011
  • Revenue and Operating Margin of DSME, 2005-2011
  • Revenue of DSME by Ship Type, 2008-2010
  • New Orders of DSME by Ship Type, 2008-2010
  • Backlogs of DSME by Ship Type, 2008-2010
  • Global Offshore Oilfields under Construction, May 2011
  • Output Growth Rate of Global Offshore Oilfields by Region
  • FPSO, FSO and TLP Projects Operated by MODEC
  • BW Group Fleet List
  • BW Offshore FPSO Detail List, by the End of Nov. 2011
  • TeekayFleet List
  • TeekayFPSO List
  • FPSO List of BluewaterEnergy Services
  • MaerskFPSO List
  • Parameters of 4 FPSOs of BumiArmada
  • PetrobrasFPSO List
  • GVA320000. Datasheet
  • Oil Output of CNOOC, 2006-2010
  • Gas Output of CNOOC, 2006-2010
  • Output of CNOOC by Region, Q3 2010 and Q3 2011
  • FPSO List of CNOOC
  • FPSO List of Total
  • FPSO Projects (Including Operator, Storage Capacity, Hull Fabricator and Topsides Fabricator), 2008-Nov. 2011
  • List of FPS-SEMI Worldwide, 2000-2011
  • Performance Record of Hyundai Heavy Industries' Offshore Business, 1976-2011
  • Financial Data of STX Dalian Shipbuilding, 2010
  • Backlogs of Keppel, by the End of Sep. 2011
  • New Orders and Backlogs of DSME by Ship Type, by the End of Oct. 2011
  • 7 Converted FPSOs of DrydocksWorld
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