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North America Subsea Well Access System (WAS) Market

  • Report Code: SU 1000
  • Publish Date: 18 Oct 2014
  • Next Update Date: 18 Jan 2015
  
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The subsea well access system market in North America was valued at $383.4 million in the year 2013, and is forecasted to reach $523.14 million by the end of 2019. It is expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.7% from 2014 to 2019.

 

The ‘Subsea Well Access System Market in North America- forecast, 2012-2019’ report analyzes subsea well access system market by technology. The subsea well access system market by technology covers riserless light well intervention (RLWI) and rig based well access system.

 

Subsea well access system market in North America has witnessed a high growth, and is expected to increase in the coming years, due to the increased requirement for new subsea wells and growth in need for intervention in old subsea wells. Increasing demand of energy and offshore exploration activities are other factors that are driving the subsea well access system market in North America. The new riserless intervention technology can provide significant cost savings up to 40-60% and time saving in the intervention compared to the rig based structures, significantly driving the RLWI market.

 

The report also provides an extensive competitive landscaping of companies operating in the subsea well access system market which includes Fmc Technologies, Weatherford International ltd., Cameron International Corporation, and Aker Solutions. The report also provides regional market shares, new product or service launches, M&A, and the product portfolio of the key market players.

 

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  2. Limited addition of market segment assessment by geography/application
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Product Analysis

  1. Comparison of product portfolio of each company mapped at regional level
  2. Well access systems specification
  3. Direct Vertical Access (DVA), Completion Work Over Riser (CWOR), Riserless Light Well Intervention Intervention Systems
  4. Subsea tree installations by region
  5. Number of offshore subsea/deepwater subsea projects
  6. Subsea equipment capex by region

 

Driving Factors

  1.  The region wise and global E&P spending
  2. Number of subsea wells brought on-stream by region 2004-2014
  3. Number of subsea wells brought on-stream by water depth 2004-2014
  4. The number of wells drilled in a particular region

 

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1 Introduction
1.1 Objective of the study
1.2 Market Definitions
1.3 Market Segmentation & Aspects Covered
1.4 Research Methodology
1.4.1 Assumptions (Market Size, Forecast, etc)

 

2 Executive Summary

 

3 Market Overview

 

4 Well Access System (WAS)-North America, By Technologies
4.1 Split By Geography
4.1 Well Access System (WAS)-U.S. by Technologies
4.1 Well Access System (WAS)-Canada by Technologies
4.1 Well Access System (WAS)-Mexico by Technologies
4.2 Riserless Light Well Intervention (RLWI)-North America
4.3 Rig Based Well Access System-North America
4.3.1 Rig Based Well Access System-North America, By Types
4.3.1.1 Completion Workover Riser System-North America
4.3.1.2 Landing String System-North America
4.3.1.3 Other WAS-North America

 

5 Well Access System (WAS)-North America, By Geographies
5.1 Well Access System (WAS)-U.S.
5.1.1 Well Access System (WAS)-U.S., By Companies
5.1.1.1 Well Access System (WAS)-U.S.-Tenaris
5.1.1.2 Well Access System (WAS)-U.S.-Proserv
5.2 Well Access System (WAS)-Canada
5.2.1 Well Access System (WAS)-Canada, By Companies
5.2.1.1 Well Access System (WAS)-Canada-Aker Subsea
5.3 Well Access System (WAS)-Mexico
5.3.1 Well Access System (WAS)-Mexico, By Companies
5.3.1.1 Well Access System (WAS)-Mexico-Proserv

 

6 Well Access System (WAS)-North America, By Companies
6.1 Split By Geography
6.2 Well Access System (WAS)-U.S. by Companies
6.1 Well Access System (WAS)-Canada by Companies
6.1 Well Access System (WAS)-Mexico by Companies
6.2 Well Access System (WAS)-North America-FMC Subsea & Surface Technologies
6.3 Well Access System (WAS)-North America-Cameron International
6.4 Well Access System (WAS)-North America-Other Companies
6.5 Well Access System (WAS)-North America-Weatherford Drilling Services
6.6 Well Access System (WAS)-Aker Subsea-North America
6.7 Well Access System (WAS)-Tenaris-North America
6.8 Well Access System (WAS)-Proserv-North America