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Asia-Pacific Well Intervention Market

  • Report Code: WE 1097
  • Publish Date: 23 May 2014
  • Next Update Date: 23 Aug 2014
  
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The well intervention market in Asia-Pacific was estimated to be $1,240 million in 2013 and is forecast to reach $2,338 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 13.5 %, from 2013 to 2018.

 

The market report on the well intervention market in the Asia-Pacific region analyses the market by types of services, application areas, and countries. The report covers countries such as China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Australia, among others. The well intervention services included in this report are logging & bottom hole surveys, tubing/packer failure & repair, stimulation jobs, remedial cementing, zonal isolations operations, sand control services, artificial lift services, fishing, and re-perforation.

 

The application areas covered in this report include onshore and offshore areas. The logging & bottom hole survey intervention services accounted for $218 million of the well intervention market in this region. Logging & bottom hole survey, tubing/packer failure & repair, and stimulation well intervention services collectively hold around 34% share of the well intervention market in Asia-Pacific and is expected to have over 35% share by 2018.

 

The rising energy demand, redevelopment of mature oil field wells, increasing exploration and production activities in shale reservoirs, and commercially viable offshore drilling at multiple depths are some of the key drivers for the Asia-Pacific well intervention market. China leads the market in Asia-Pacific.

 

The Asia-Pacific region is characterized by continuous technical innovative applications in various segments of the oil and gas industry with the presence of top service providers such as Weatherford (Ireland), Halliburton Ltd (U.S.), Baker Hughes (U.S.), and so on in the market. Asia-Pacific is one of the growing markets of well intervention/workover services. This report provides an extensive competitive landscaping of the major companies operating in the well intervention. Some of the key players operating in this market are Baker Hughes, Halliburton, Schlumberger Ltd., Weatherford International Ltd. The market shares, new product/service launches, M&A, product portfolios of the key market players in the well intervention market in Asia-Pacific have been detailed in this report.

 

 

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  • Key Competitors/Consumers Product Benchmarking
  • Limited addition of market segment assessment by geography/application
  • Additional company profiles and landscape

 

 

Product Analysis

  • The comparison of service portfolios of each company, mapped at regional levels
  • Analysis of the key upcoming projects

 

 

Macro data

  • Producing wells count (regional and country level data)
  • Drilled wells (regional and country level data)
  • Total reserves (regional and country level)

 

 

Expert forum

  • Qualitative inputs on intervention activities and studying the trends in different countries


1 Introduction

    1.1 Objectives Of The Study

    1.2 Market Definitions

    1.3 Market Covered

    1.4 Stakeholders

    1.5 Research Methodology

        1.5.1 Market Size

        1.5.2 Key Data Points Taken From Secondary Sources

        1.5.3 Key Data Points Taken From Primary Sources

    1.6 Assumptions

    1.7 Acronyms

 

2 Market Snapshot

    2.1 Market Value

    2.2 Market Value Forecast

    2.3 By Services

    2.4 By Application

 

3 Market Overview

    3.1 Introduction

    3.2 Drivers And Restrains For Well Intervention Market

        3.2.1 Drivers

            3.2.1.1 High Energy Demand Due To Growing Population

            3.2.1.2 Low Oil Reserves

        3.2.2 Restraints

            3.2.2.1 High Environmental Risk

    3.3 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

        3.3.1 Threat Of New Entrants

        3.3.2 Threat Of Substitutes

        3.3.3 Suppliers’ Power

        3.3.4 Buyers’ Power

        3.3.5 Degree Of Competition

    3.4 Support Tables

        3.4.1 Demand And Supply Scenario Of Crude Oil

        3.4.2 Demand And Supply Scenario Of Natural Gas

        3.4.3 Proved Oil Reserves

        3.4.4 Proved Gas Reserves

            3.4.4.1 Synchronization With Growing Investment In Shale Gas

 

4 Well Intervention-Asia-Pacific Market  By Services

    4.1 Introduction

    4.2  By Services

    4.3 Support Tables

        4.3.1 Equipment Used Within The Industry

            4.3.1.1 Tools & Equipment Used

                4.3.1.1.1 Coiled Tubing Units

                4.3.1.1.1 Coiled Tubing Market Dynamics

                4.3.1.1.2 Key Elements Of Coiled Tubing

                4.3.1.1.3 Advantages Of Coiled Tubing

                4.3.1.1.4 Coiled Tubing Intervention Services

            4.3.1.2 Wireline Services

                4.3.1.2.1 Wireline Market Dynamics

                4.3.1.2.2 Slickline

                    4.3.1.2.2.1 Slickline Intervention Services

                4.3.1.2.3 Electric Line (E–LINE)

                    4.3.1.2.3.1 Electricline (E-Line) Intervention Services

            4.3.1.3 Hydraulic Workover (HWO)

                4.3.1.3.1 Hydraulic Workover Equipment Market Dynamics

                4.3.1.3.2 Advantages Of Hydraulic Workover

                4.3.1.3.3 Hydraulic Workover/Intervention Services

            4.3.1.4 Riserless Light Well Intervention

 

5 Well Intervention Market By Applications

    5.1 Introduction

    5.2 By Application

    5.3Country Analysis

    5.4 Offshore  Market

    5.5 Types Of Offshore Services

 

6 Well Intervention: Competitive Landscape

    6.1 Asia-Pacific: Market Share, By Companies

    6.2 Asia-Pacific: Developments, By Companies

 

7 Company Profiles   

    7.1 Schlumberger LTD

        7.1.1 Introduction

        7.1.2 Products & Services 

        7.1.3 Financials

    7.2 Weatherford International Ltd.

        7.2.1 Introduction

        7.2.2 Products & Services 

        7.2.3 Financials

    7.3 Halliburton Co.

        7.3.1 Introduction

        7.3.2 Products & Services 

        7.3.3 Financials

    7.4 Baker Hughes Inc.

        7.4.1 Introduction

        7.4.2 Products & Services 

        7.4.3 Financials

 

8  Macroeconomic Indicators

    8.1 Introduction

 

9 Vessel And Systems

    9.1 Introduction

    9.2 History About Subsea WIV Development

    9.3 Subsea Well Intervention Categories

        9.3.1 Light Well Intervention (Lwi)

        9.3.2 Medium Well Intervention (MWI)

        9.3.3 Heavy Well Intervention

    9.4 Vessel Applications

        9.4.1 Well Intervention

        9.4.2 Riserless Completion Running

        9.4.3 Riser Based Completion Running

        9.4.4 Through Tubing Rotary Drilling (TTRD)

        9.4.5 Extended Well Testing (EWT)

        9.4.6 Tophole Drilling

        9.4.7 Well Capping

        9.4.8 Plug & Abandon

        9.4.9 Deepwater Installation/Retrieval

    9.5 Business Model/Present Status

    9.6 Permanent Systems

        9.6.1 ROV Systems

        9.6.2 Cement Unit

        9.6.3 Coiled Tubing Unit

        9.6.4 Wireline Logging Unit

    9.7 Non-Permanent Systems

        9.7.1 Mud Logging Unit

        9.7.2 Logging While Drilling (LWD) / Measurement While Drilling (MWD) Unit

        9.7.3 Well Testing Equipment

        9.7.4 Burner Booms

 

List of Tables

 

TABLE 1  Demand Of Crude Oil, By Geography,2007 - 2012 (‘000 Bbl/Day)
TABLE 2  Percentage Change In Crude Oil Consumption, By Geography, 2009 – 2012  
TABLE 3  Supply Of Crude Oil, By Geography,2007 – 2012 (‘000 Bbl/Day)
TABLE 4  Percentage Change In Crude Oil Production, By Regions, 2009 – 2012  
TABLE 5  Demand Of Natural Gas, By Geography, 2007 – 2012 (Bcm)
TABLE 6  Percentage Change In Natural Gas Consumption,  By Geography,2009 – 2012  
TABLE 7  Supply Of Natural Gas, By Geography, 2007 – 2012 (Bcm)
TABLE 8  Change In Natural Gas Production, By Geography,2009 – 2012  
TABLE 9  Growth Of Proved Oil Reserves, By Geography, 2007 – 2012 (‘000 Million Bbls)
TABLE 10  Growth Of Proved Gas Reserves, By Geography,2007 – 2012 (TCM)
TABLE 11  Proved Shale Gas Reserves, 2012 (%)
TABLE 12  Count Of Active Offshore Rigs  
TABLE 13  Global New Discoveries, BY Geography, 2013  
TABLE 14  Technically Recoverable Shale Oil Reserves, By Major Countries, 2011 (Billion Bbl)
TABLE 15  Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Reserves, By Major Countries, 2011 (TCF)
TABLE 16  Oil & Gas Investment Change, 2012 – 2013 (&Billion)
TABLE 17  Asia-Pacific Market Values, Byservices, 2013 - 2018($ Million)
TABLE 18  Coiled Tubing: Manufacturers & Service Providers  
TABLE 19  Coiled Tubing: Applications & Processes  
TABLE 20  Wireline Units:Manufacturers & Service Providers  
TABLE 21  Slickline Services: Applications & Processes  
TABLE 22  Electricline Services: Applications & Processes  
TABLE 23  Hydraulic Workover Equipment: Manufacturers & Service Providers  
TABLE 24  Hydraulic Workover: Applications & Processes  
TABLE 25  Rlwi Vessel: Applications  
TABLE 26  Asia-Pacific Market Values,  By Applications, 2013 – 2018 ($ Million)
TABLE 27  Asia-Pacific Onshore By Country, 2011 - 2018 ($ Million)
TABLE 28  Asia-Pacific: Offshore Revenue,By Types,2013– 2018 ($Million)
TABLE 29  Offshore Services Classification, By Types (Light)
TABLE 30  Offshore Services Classification, BY Types (Medium)
TABLE 31  Offshore  Services Classification, BY Types (Heavy)
TABLE 32  Asia Pacific: Developments  
TABLE 33  Schlumberger LTD.: Products & Services  
TABLE 34  Schlumberger Ltd.: Financials  
TABLE 35  Weatherford International Ltd.: Products & Services  
TABLE 36  Weatherford International Ltd.: Financials  
TABLE 37  Halliburton Co.: Products & Services  
TABLE 38  Baker Hughes Inc.:Products & Services  
TABLE 39  Baker Hughes Inc.: Financials  
TABLE 40  Number Of Wells  

 

List of Figures

 

FIGURE 1  Market Segmentation  
FIGURE 2  Well Intervention-Asia-Pacific Ecosystem  
FIGURE 3  Top Growing Asia Pacific market, by Services, 2013 – 2018  
FIGURE 4  Top Growing Well Intervention-Offshore-Asia-Pacific Market,By Revenue, 2013 – 2018  
FIGURE 5  Porter’s Five Force Analysis  
FIGURE 6  Top Growing Asia-Pacific Market, by Services 2013-2018
FIGURE 7  Market Share: 2013  
FIGURE 8  Market Share: 2018  
FIGURE 9  Schlumberger Ltd.: Ecosystem  
FIGURE 10  Weatherford International Ltd.: Ecosystems  
FIGURE 11  Halliburton Co.: Ecosystems  
FIGURE 12  Halliburton Co.: Financials  
FIGURE 13  Baker Hughes Inc.: Ecosystem

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