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World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast 2016-2020

World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast 2016-2020

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Management Report
Published: November 2016
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From: GBP 3650.00  Buy Now!
Research from: Douglas-Westwood
Sector: Oil & Gas

Douglas-Westwood’s (DW) quarterly publication the World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast provides unique insight into the global oilfield equipment (OFE) market. The underlying data and models are being fully updated and the latest Q1 2016 report issued in March 2016. The outputs include historic, current and future expenditure forecasts for 60 diverse oilfield equipment lines including blowout preventers, frac equipment, compressors, pumps, production trees and ESPs.

With a forecast through to 2020 and utilising a proprietary methodology, DW’s World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast provides granular analysis of a market which is expected to enter a period of plateau over 2016-2020 as a result of the market downturn. The forecast includes a regional assessment of total OFE spending in addition to analysis of end users – breaking out onshore and offshore spend by E&P operators and service companies & contractors. DW’s expenditure coverage includes, where appropriate, newbuild, maintenance and replacement expenditure, in addition to manufacturing demand in units broken down into onshore and offshore across a broad range of equipment lines.

Taking into account the latest macro-economic trends through explicit commodity price inputs to all equipment models – including oil price, steel price, global inflation and demand pressures – DW’s OFE forecast provides up-to-date analysis of one of the largest and most diverse markets in the oil & gas sector.

DW’s World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast incorporates a broad range of markets modelled including ROVs, helicopters, midstream, offshore rigs and floating production systems. DW’s World Drilling & Production Forecast (DWD&P) generates the wells drilled and wellstock forecasts which drive DW’s OFE forecast. D&P is updated quarterly, providing detailed hydrocarbon production and drilling data that covers 96% of global production. This established foundation provides a base for the further modelling of footage, equipment fleet and the installed base for appropriate equipment, and is supported by DW’s renowned project-by-project data and models covering land rig markets, pipelines and offshore field development and operations.

The World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast contains:

Oilfield equipment expenditure data— generated in-house using models exclusive to DW; the OFE market forecast utilises DW’s own D&P models for wells drilled, footage and wellstock, in addition to a multitude of data sources including DW’s upstream & midstream construction data and rig fleet data.
Manufacturing demand— unit demand modelling for the majority of equipment covered, broken into onshore and offshore, with further breakdowns available on request.
Full global coverage— the only product to provide regional analysis of the global OFE market.
Detailed analysis— regional data and analysis of historic, current and future OFE spending by equipment in the onshore, offshore and midstream markets.
Comprehensive experience— gained from 25 years of research, the forecast has been developed through extensive primary research and exposure to industry-leading M&A engagements as well as numerous diligence exercises conducted for oilfield equipment manufacturers worldwide, including in less visible markets such as Russia, Eastern Europe, China and the Middle East.
Quarterly updates— for the highest level of accuracy, a subscription option is available for quarterly reports. DW’s models are continually updated, allowing for regular updates and detailed knowledge of expected trends in OFE activity.
Contact us for analyst support— through DW’s network of global offices, DW can provide further regional specific information from local analysts.

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