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オイルサンドと重油の世界市場:生産とインフラ市場

Oil Sands and Heavy Oil Worldwide: Production and Infrastructure Markets

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オイルサンドと重油の世界市場:生産とインフラ市場 Oil Sands and Heavy Oil Worldwide: Production and Infrastructure Markets
出版日: 2012年04月20日 ページ情報: 英文 124 Pages
概要

密度と粘度の高いビチューメンは、超重質油や重油とともに非在来型の原油源として、アップストリーム事業や生産者の製品ラインにおいて世界的にその役割を増大させています。

当レポートでは、2007-2021年間の世界/地域/国ベースのインフラ・プロジェクトについての年間資本支出額 (CAPEX) と年間市場売上とともに、重油、超重質油、ビチューメンの生産量 (バレル/日) における歴史的/将来的なトレンドを詳細に分析し、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリ

第2章 ビチューメン、重油、超重質油の生産とアップグレード:イントロダクション

  • イントロダクション
  • 非在来型原油源としての重油とオイルサンド
  • 重油/ビチューメン生産の業界の歴史
  • オイルサンド (ビチューメン) と重油の世界的埋蔵量
  • 非在来型石油回収
  • 非在来型油田インフラ
  • 非在来型石油生産設備のインフラ
  • ビチューメンと超重質油のアップグレード
  • 結論

第3章 世界のオイルサンドと重油の生産

  • イントロダクション
  • カナダのビチューメン生産
  • 歴史的/将来的生産量 (千バレル/日) (2007-2021)
  • ベネズエラの超重質油生産
  • 米国の重油生産
  • ベネズエラ以外の南米における非在来型石油生産
  • 中東における非在来型石油生産
  • ロシアと中央アジアにおける非在来型石油生産
  • アジア太平洋における非在来型石油生産
  • 欧州における非在来型石油生産
  • アフリカにおける非在来型石油生産
  • 世界の非在来型石油生産開発におけるトレンドと影響
  • 結論

第4章 市場規模と成長:石油開発/生産の資本支出 (CAPEX) とインフラ

  • インフラ
  • 方法論と組織
  • カナダのオイルサンド生産の資本支出
  • ベネズエラの超重質油の資本支出
  • 米国の重油の資本支出
  • 南米の重油の資本支出
  • 中東における重油の資本支出
  • ロシアと中央アジアにおける重油の資本支出
  • アジア太平洋における重油の資本支出
  • 欧州における重油の資本支出
  • アフリカにおける重油の資本支出
  • オイルサンド/重油プロジェクトへの資本支出と装置/製品市場に対する世界的展望
  • 結論

第5章 サプライヤと業界

  • イントロダクション
  • カナダのオイルサンド装置/バルク・サプライヤ業界の構成
  • 主要サプライヤ
  • 主要国際サプライヤの機会
  • 結論
目次
Product Code: SB3866412

Dense and viscous, bitumen is counted along with extra-heavy crude oil and heavy crude oil as unconventional crude oil resources that are finding a growing role in upstream operations and producer portfolios worldwide. Between 2007 and 2011, global unconventional crude oil production rose at a rate nearly four times higher than total crude oil production (compound annual growth rate [CAGR] of 1.5% to 0.4%) and represented nearly half of the total production gains (518,000 barrels a day of 1.06 million barrels a day). In this report, SBI Energy details historical and forecast trends in heavy oil, extra-heavy oil and bitumen production (in barrels a day), associated annual capital spending (CAPEX) volumes, and annual market volumes for project infrastructure on a global, regional and country basis between 2007 and 2021.

Oil Sands and Heavy Oil Worldwide - Production and Infrastructure Markets is an informative and comprehensive resource featuring data-driven analysis of global crude oil resources with an American Petroleum Institute (API) gravity equal to or less than 22.2° (degrees) and viscosity above 100 centipoise (cP) or, the viscosity of maple syrup. With such features, unconventional crude oil resources like heavy oil, extra-heavy oil and crude bitumen can present unique challenges to traditional well production. In the Canadian oil sands, rounds of steam assisted gravity drainage (SAGD) projects are anticipated for completion each year through 2016, with each project using continuous injection of steam into horizontal wells to mobilize bitumen. Other industry projects are profiled worldwide, where steam well injection, water injection (secondary recovery), advanced drilling and other development strategies are employed to unlock heavy oil, extra-heavy oil, and bitumen.

SBI Energy's review of unconventional crude oil development and production provides historical and forecast (2007-2021) production rates by resource type and country (Canada, the United States, Venezuela) or region (Latin America [excluding Venezuela], the Middle East, Russia and Central Asia, Asia-Pacific, Africa, and Europe); historical and forecast development and production CAPEX volumes for unconventional crude oil by country or region; historical and forecast infrastructure markets for well fields, production facilities, subsea fields, and offshore topsides by country or region; historical and forecast upgrader facility expenditures for synthetic crude oil production in Canada and Venezuela; and market breakouts for the leading Canadian oil sands infrastructure market by well pad infrastructure, oil treating systems, water treating systems, steam generation systems, and cogeneration equipment. Remaining report content includes technical and operational overviews of unconventional crude oil production and conversion to synthetic crude oil, leading regional drivers for unconventional crude oil development and production, and roles for North American (U.S. and Canadian) manufacturers and fabricators in regional and overseas supply chains.

Report Methodology

The data, assessments and analysis provided in Oil Sands and Heavy Oil Worldwide - Production and Infrastructure Markets is based on primary and secondary research. Primary research included interviews with firms involved in the construction of unconventional crude oil production facilities, unconventional crude oil producers, and providers of oil field technology and services. Secondary research included the comprehensive review and consolidation of governmental data resources, SEC filings and operational data from heavy oil, extra-heavy oil and bitumen producers worldwide, industry association data, technical studies, and U.S. and foreign trade data.

The report made use of available unconventional crude oil project development information, including project scheduling, cost breakdowns, ongoing capital costs and individual equipment and technology costs that were used to determine the distribution of project CAPEX, procurement and major infrastructure orders.

What You'll Get in This Report

Oil Sands and Heavy Oil Worldwide - Production and Infrastructure Markets contains exclusive insights and projections regarding the future of heavy crude oil, extra-heavy crude oil and bitumen production around the world, and its role in determining producer CAPEX and infrastructure spending both globally and regional. Readers will benefit from extensive data and unique analysis, presented in easy-to-read and illustrative charts, tables and graphs accompanied by fluid and concise commentary and conclusions.

How You'll Benefit from This Report

If your company is already active in the production of unconventional crude oil resources, or is considering a stake in unconventional crude oil development, you will find this report invaluable. You will gain a thorough understanding of the current global production trends for heavy oil, extra-heavy oil and bitumen, as well as projected trends in capital spending requirements and project infrastructure demand through 2021.

This report will help:

  • Upstream service and technology providers understand the market forces shaping demand for ongoing unconventional crude oil development and production.
  • Research and development professionals assess addressable markets for solutions in unconventional crude oil recovery and production facility processing.
  • Business development executives understand the dynamics of the market, evaluate existing product and service portfolios with projected upstream activity,and identify possible partnerships and investment opportunities.
  • Information and research center librarians provide market researchers, product managers, and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Executive Summary

  • Introduction
  • Conventional and Unconventional Crude Oil Defined
    • Table 1-1 Conventional and Unconventional Crude Oil Resources in Density, Viscosity and Composition
  • Global Heavy Oil, Extra-Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reserves
    • Figure 1-1: Global Heavy Oil, Extra-Heavy Oil and Bitumen
    • Reserves by Country and Region (Canada, United States,
    • Venezuela, Rest of Latin America, Russia, Central Asia,
    • Europe, Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Africa) (%)
  • Global and Regional Oil Production
    • Figure 1-2: Global Unconventional Crude Oil Production (Bitumen, Heavy and Extra-Heavy Crude Oil) by Region (thousand barrels/day) (2007-2021)
  • Unconventional Crude Oil Development and Production
  • Spending and Infrastructure
  • Unconventional Crude Oil Production Infrastructure
  • Field, Production Facilities and Upgraders
    • Figure 1-3: General Upgrading Schematic
  • Development and Production CAPEX and Infrastructure Market
    • Figure 1-4: Global Oil Sands and Bitumen Development and Production CAPEX by Region (including Bitumen Upgraders) (2011/2021) ($U.S. billions)
    • Figure 1-5: Global Unconventional Oil Production Project
    • Infrastructure Market by Segment - Onshore Field/Onshore Facility/Offshore Subsea/Offshore Topsides (2011/2021) ($U.S. billions)
  • Conclusion

Chapter 2: Introduction to Bitumen, Heavy Oil and Extra-Heavy Oil Production and Upgrading

  • Introduction
  • Heavy Oil and Oil Sands as Unconventional Crude Oil Resources
    • Table 2-1 Conventional and Unconventional Crude Oil Resources in Density, Viscosity and Composition
    • Heavy Oil
    • Oil Sands (Bitumen)
    • Extra-Heavy O
  • Industry History of Heavy Oil and Bitumen Production
    • Figure 2-1: International Light Crude - Heavy Crude Price
    • Differentials - Western Canada, Maya, Arabian Heavy, Brent, WTI (1983-2011) (%)
      • Figure 2-2: International Light Crude - Heavy Crude Price
    • Differentials - Western Canada, Maya, Arabian Heavy, Brent, WTI (1983-2011) (%)
  • Global Reserves of Oil Sands (Bitumen) and Heavy Oil
    • Figure 2-3: Global Heavy Oil, Extra-Heavy Oil and Bitumen
    • Reserves by Country and Region (Canada, United States, Venezuela, Rest of Latin America, Russia, Central Asia, Europe, Middle East, Asia-Pacific, Africa) (%)
    • Table 2-2: Countries with Significant Deposits of Heavy Oil or Bitumen Grouped by World Region
  • Unconventional Oil Recovery
    • Cold Production
      • Figure 2-4: Cold Production Schematic
    • Steam Injection
      • Figure 2-5: Steam Injection Schematic
    • Combustion
    • Vapor Extraction Process
    • Other Technologies
  • Unconventional Oil Field Infrastructure
  • Unconventional Oil Production Facility Infrastructure
    • Oil Treating and Handling
    • Water Treatment
    • Steam Generation / Cogeneration
  • Bitumen and Extra-Heavy Oil Upgrading
    • Figure 2-6: General Upgrading Schematic
  • Conclusion

Chapter 3: Global Oil Sands and Heavy Oil Production

  • Introduction
  • Canadian Bitumen Production
    • Table 3-1: Canada - Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reserves and In Place
    • Figure 3-1: Canadian Crude Bitumen Production (barrels/day) (2007-2011)
    • Figure 3-2: Canadian Synthetic Crude Oil Production (barrels/day) (2007-2011)
    • Figure 3-3: Canadian Crude Bitumen and Synthetic Crude Oil Production Forecast (million barrels/day) (2012-2021)
    • Figure 3-4: Canadian Heavy Crude Oil Production -
  • Historical and Forecast (thousand barrels/day) (2007-2021)
    • Figure 3-5: Canadian Unconventional Oil Production Portfolio - Share by Type (Crude Bitumen [non-upgraded], Synthetic Crude Oil, Heavy Crude Oil) (% and thousand barrels/day) (2011/2021)
  • Venezuelan Extra-Heavy Oil Production
    • Table 3-2: Venezuela - Heavy Oil and Extra-Heavy Oil Reserves and In Place
    • Figure 3-6: Venezuelan Extra-Heavy Crude Oil Production (barrels/day) (2007-2011)
    • Figure 3-7: Venezuelan Synthetic Crude Oil Production (barrels/day) (2007-2011)
    • Figure 3-8: Venezuelan Extra-Heavy and Synthetic Crude Oil Production Forecast (millions of barrels/day) (2012-2021)
  • U.S. Heavy Oil Production
    • Table 3-3: United States - Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reserves and In Place
    • Figure 3-9: U.S. Heavy Crude Oil Production (barrels/day) (2007-2021)
  • Unconventional Oil Production in the Rest of Latin America
    • Table 3-4: Latin America (excluding Venezuela) -
    • Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reserves and In Place
      • Figure 3-10: Latin American Heavy Crude Oil Production -
    • Historical and Forecast (excluding Venezuela) (thousand barrels/day) (2007-2021)
      • Figure 3-11: Latin American Heavy Crude Oil Production -
    • By Country (Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Rest of Latin America) (% and thousand barrels/day) (2011/2021)
  • Unconventional Oil Production in the Middle East
    • Table 3-5: Middle East - Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reserves and In Place
    • Figure 3-12: Middle Eastern Heavy Crude Oil Production -
    • Historical and Forecast (thousand barrels/day) (2007-2021)
  • Unconventional Oil Production in Russia and Central Asia
    • Table 3-6: Russia - Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reserves and In Place
  • Unconventional Oil Production in Asia-Pacific
    • Table 3-7: Asia-Pacific - Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reserves and In Place
    • Figure 3-13: Asia-Pacific Heavy Crude Oil Production -
    • Historical and Forecast (thousand barrels/day) (2007-2021)
  • Unconventional Oil Production in Europe
    • Table 3-8: Europe - Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reserves and In Place
    • Figure 3-14: European Heavy Crude Oil Production -
    • Historical and Forecast (thousand barrels/day) (2007-2021)
  • Unconventional Oil Production in Africa
    • Table 3-9: Africa - Heavy Oil and Bitumen Reserves and In Place
    • Figure 3-15: African Heavy Crude Oil Production -
    • Historical and Forecast (thousand barrels/day) (2007-2021)
  • Trends and Implications in Worldwide Unconventional Oil Production Development
    • Figure 3-16: Unconventional Crude Oil Production (Bitumen,
    • Heavy and Extra-Heavy Crude Oil) by Global Region (% and thousand barrels/day) (2011/2021)
      • Figure 3-17: Global Unconventional Crude Oil Production (Bitumen, Heavy and Extra-Heavy Crude Oil) by Region (thousand barrels/day) (2007-2021)
  • Conclusion
    • Table 3-10: Global Unconventional Crude Oil Production (Bitumen, Heavy and Extra-Heavy Crude Oil) by Region (thousand barrels/day) (2007-2021)

Chapter 4: Market Size & Growth - Oil Development and Production CAPEX and Infrastructure

  • Introduction
  • Methodology and Organization
  • Canadian Oil Sands Production Capital Spending
    • Figure 4-1: Canadian In-Situ Bitumen Development and Sustaining CAPEX (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)
    • In-Situ Field Infrastructure Market
      • Figure 4-2: Canadian Market for Field Infrastructure at In-Situ
    • Bitumen Production Projects (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
    • In-Situ Facility Infrastructure Market - Oil Treating and Handling Systems
      • Figure 4-3: Canadian In-Situ Bitumen Market for Oil Treatingand Handling Systems at In-Situ Bitumen Facilities (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
    • In-Situ Facility Infrastructure Market - Water Treatment Systems
      • Figure 4-4: Canadian Market for Water Treatment Systems at In-Situ Bitumen Facilities (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
      • Figure 4-5: Canadian In-Situ Bitumen Facility Water Treatment Systems -
    • Market Share by Technology (Evaporator, Evaporator and Crystallizer, Lime Softening-Acid Cation Exchange and Other) (2002-2011/2012-2021) (% of New Construction Installations)
    • In-Situ Facility Infrastructure Market - Steam Generation and Cogeneration Systems
      • Figure 4-6: Canadian Market for Steam Generation Systems at In-Situ Bitumen Facilities (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
      • Figure 4-7: Canadian In-Situ Bitumen Facility Steam
    • Generation Systems - Market Share by Technology (Once Through Steam Generators and Drum Boilers) (2002-2011/2012-2021) (% of New Construction Installations*)
      • Figure 4-8: Canadian Market for Cogeneration Equipment at In-Situ Bitumen and Upgrader Facilities (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
    • Canadian Upgrader Capital Spending
      • Figure 4-9: Canadian Upgrader Facility Capital Expenditures -
    • New Construction and Sustaining (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)
      • Figure 4-10: Venezuelan Extra-Heavy Oil Development and Sustaining CAPEX (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)
  • Venezuelan Extra-Heavy Oil Capital Spending
    • Figure 4-11: Venezuelan Extra-Heavy Oil Infrastructure Market by Segment - Field and Facility (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
    • Figure 4-12: Venezuelan Upgrader Facility Capital Expenditures -
    • New Construction and Sustaining (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)
    • Venezuelan Upgrader Capital Spending
  • U.S. Heavy Oil Capital Spending
    • Figure 4-13: U.S. Heavy Oil Development and Production CAPEX (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions
    • Figure 4-14: U.S. Heavy Oil Infrastructure Market by Segment - Field and Facility (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
  • Latin American Heavy Oil Capital Spending
    • Figure 4-15: Latin American Heavy Oil Development and Production CAPEX (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)
    • Figure 4-16: Latin American Heavy Oil Infrastructure Market by Segment - Offshore Subsea, Offshore Topsides, Onshore Oil Field, Onshore Facility (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
  • Heavy Oil Capital Spending in the Middle East
    • Figure 4-17: Middle East Heavy Oil Development and Production
    • CAPEX (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)
      • Figure 4-18: Middle East Heavy Oil Infrastructure Market by Segment - Offshore Subsea, Offshore Topsides, Onshore Oil Field, Onshore Facility (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
  • Heavy Oil Capital Spending in Russia and Central Asia
  • Heavy Oil Capital Spending in Asia-Pacific
    • Figure 4-19: Asia-Pacific Heavy Oil Development and Production
    • CAPEX (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)
    • Figure 4-20: Asia-Pacific Heavy Oil Infrastructure Market by Segment - Offshore Subsea, Offshore Topsides, Onshore Oil Field, Onshore Facility (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
  • Heavy Oil Capital Spending in Europe
    • Figure 4-21: European Heavy Oil Development and Production
    • CAPEX (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)
      • Figure 4-22: European Heavy Oil Infrastructure Market by Segment - Offshore Subsea, Offshore Topsides, Onshore Oil Field, Onshore Facility (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
  • Heavy Oil Capital Spending in Africa
    • Figure 4-23: African Heavy Oil Development and Production
    • CAPEX (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)
      • Figure 4-24: African Heavy Oil Infrastructure Market by Segment - Offshore Subsea, Offshore Topsides, Onshore Oil Field, Onshore Facility (2007-2021) ($U.S. millions)
  • Global Outlook on Capital Spending and Equipment & Product Markets at Oil Sands and Heavy Oil Projects
    • Figure 4-25: Global Oil Sands and Bitumen Development and Production CAPEX by Region (including Bitumen Upgraders) (2011/2021) ($U.S. billions)
    • Figure 4-26: Global Unconventional Oil Production Project Equipment and Bulk Products Market by Segment
    • Onshore Field/Onshore Facility/Offshore Subsea/Offshore
    • Topsides (2011/2021) ($U.S. billions)
  • Conclusion
    • Table 4-1: Global Unconventional Oil (Heavy Oil, Extra-Heavy Oil and Bitumen) Development and Production CAPEX and Field, Facility, Subsea and Topsides Infrastructure Markets (2007-2021) ($U.S. billions)

Chapter 5: Suppliers and Industry

  • Introduction
  • Canadian Oil Sands Equipment and Bulk Supplier Industry Composition
    • Figure 5-1: Alberta Fabricated Metal Products Market Share by Country/Region - Alberta, Rest of Canada, United States, and International (2002-2011e) (%)
    • Figure 5-2: Alberta Oil & Gas Field Machinery Products Market Share by Country/Region - Alberta, Rest of Canada, United States, and International (2002-2011e) (%)
  • Major Suppliers
  • Babcock & Wilcox
  • Baker Hughes
  • Flint Energy Services
  • GE Water & Process Technologies
  • IST/Aecon
  • PCL Industrial Management
  • Veolia WST
  • Weatherford
  • Major International Supplier Opportunities
    • Steam Generator Imports
      • Figure 5-3: Steam Generator Import Share by World Region in Oman, Venezuela, Colombia and Alberta (2002-2010) (%)
    • U.S. Exports of Field Production Equipment (Lift Pumps and Oil Well Downhole Equipment)
      • Figure 5-4: U.S. Exports of Lift Pumps and Oil Well Downhole Equipment by Heavy Oil Region - Canada, Latin America (including Venezuela), the Middle East, Russia/Central Asia, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa (2002-2011) ($U.S. millions)
    • U.S. Exports of Offshore Oil Production Platforms and their Components
      • Figure 5-5: U.S. Exports of Offshore Oil Production Platforms and their Components by Heavy Oil Region - Canada, Latin America (including Venezuela), the Middle East, Russia/Central Asia, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Africa (2002-2011) ($U.S. millions)
  • Conclusion
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