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North America Waste Management in Drilling Market

  • Report Code: WA 1039
  • Publish Date: 14 May 2014
  • Next Update Date: 14 Aug 2014
  
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The North American waste management in drilling market was estimated to be $2,261 million in 2013 and is forecast to reach $3,615 million by 2018, at a CAGR of 9.8%, from 2013 to 2018. Treatment & disposal services accounted for $906 million, due to an increased exploration and production activities, especially in subsea deepwater and ultra-deepwater areas.

 

The report analyses the waste management in drilling market by types of services and geography. In terms of geography, the report is segmented into the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. The waste management in drilling services included in this report are containment & handling, treatment & disposal, and solid control. Treatment & disposal and solid control together had around 71% share in 2013, and are expected to increase their share to 73.5% by 2018. This growth is driven by increasing environmental concerns and also the increasing E&P Capex by the oil & gas companies.

 

The increased unconventional exploration activities in this region have revolutionized the country’s energy mix. Wastes generated during these activities have to be properly treated and disposed off, which demands effective drilling waste practices.

 

The report also provides an extensive competitive landscaping of companies providing the drilling waste management services. Some of the key players operating in the market are Schlumberger Ltd., National Oilwell Varco Inc., Halliburton, Baker Hughes (U.S), and Weatherford International Ltd., among others. The regional market shares, new product/service launches, M&A, and product portfolios of the key market players have been detailed in the report.

 

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Product differentiation

  • Comparing the different technologies used by companies to provide waste management services, and differentiating them on various parameters

 

Market inducing data

  • Drilled footage in million feet
  • New oil field discoveries (regional and country level data)

 

Expert insights

  • Beneficial reuse of drilling wastes
  • Recycling of muds
  • Reuse of cuttings
  • Drilling waste management: In-depth value chain analysis
  • Interrelation between the segments
  • Impact of segments on the market
  • Brief information about equipment used in drilling waste management services


1 Executive Summary

 

2 Introduction

    2.1 Objectives Of The Study

    2.2 Market Definition

    2.3 Market Coverage

    2.4 Stakeholders

    2.5 Research Methodology

        2.5.1 Approach

        2.5.2 Market Size

        2.5.3 Key Secondary Sources

        2.5.4 Key Primary Sources

        2.5.5 Macro Indicators Affecting The Market

    2.6 Assumptions

        2.6.1 Cost Trends

        2.6.2 Demand For Drilling Waste Management Services

        2.6.3 Discharge Practices And Standards For Drilling Mud And Cuttings

        2.6.4 Exchange Rates And Currency Conversion

        2.6.5 Future Investment Trends

        2.6.6 Table Totals

        2.6.7 Currency Value

        2.6.8 Company Financials

    2.7 Acronyms

 

3 Market Dynamics

    3.1 Drivers And Restraints

        3.1.1 Drivers

            3.1.1.1 Increasing Environmental Concerns Speed Up The Market

            3.1.1.2 Increased E & P Capex Drives Drilling Activities

            3.1.1.3 New Technologies

        3.1.2 Restraints

            3.1.2.1 High Competition In The Service Market

            3.1.2.2 Lack Of Experienced Personnel

            3.1.2.3 New Technologies And Alternative Solutions

    3.2 Auxilary Factors

    3.3 North America Dominates The Market

    3.4 Increased E&P Capex  Drives Drilling Activities

    3.5 Increasing Global Offshore Exploration & Development Activities

    3.6 Environmental Impacts

    3.7 Waste Minimization

    3.8 Reuse Or Recycle

    3.9 Treatment & Disposal

    3.10 U.S.

        3.10.1 U.S. Drilling Waste Industry Regulation

    3.11 Canada

        3.11.1 Canada Drilling Waste Industry Regulation

    3.12 Mexico

        3.12.1 Mexico Drilling Waste Industry Regulation

 

4 Top Growing North America Market, By Services, 2013 – 2018

    4.1 Overview

    4.2 Drilling Waste Management Market, By Services

 

5 Top Growing Market, By Countries, 2013 – 2018

    5.1 Overview

    5.2 Global Drilling Waste Management Market, By Geography

 

6 Competitive Landscape

 

7 Developments: Waste Management In Drilling

    7.1 Developments: North America Region, By Companies

 

8 North America, By Companies

    8.1 Schlumberger Ltd.

        8.1.1 Introduction

        8.1.2 Products & Services

        8.1.3 Financials

    8.2 Weatherford International Ltd.

        8.2.1 Introduction

        8.2.2 Prodcuts & Services

        8.2.3 Financials

    8.3 National Oilwell Varco

        8.3.1 Introduction

        8.3.2 Prodcuts & Services

        8.3.3 Financials

    8.4 Halliburton Co.

        8.4.1 Introduction

        8.4.2 Products & Services

        8.4.3 Financials

    8.5 Baker Hughes Inc.

        8.5.1 Introduction.

        8.5.2 Products & Services.

        8.5.3 Financials.

 

9 Waste Management In Drilling Services

    9.1 Introduction

    9.2 Overview

        9.2.1 Market Segmentation

    9.3 Technology

        9.3.1 Waste Management

        9.3.2 Various Technologies In Waste Management

    9.4 Technical Restraints

 

List of Tables

 

Table 1  Macro Indicator Drilled Footage (Million Feet)
Table 2  Global Drilling Waste Management: Market Revenue Share, By Services, 2012  
Table 1  Global Drilling Activities, By Geography, 2011 – 2012 (Million Feet)
Table 2  Onshore Drilling Activities, By Geography (Million Feet) 2011 – 2012  
Table 3  Offshore Drilling Activities, By Geography (Million Feet) 2011 – 2012  
Table 4  Drilling Waste Management: Regional Scenario, 2012-2018  
Table 5  E&P Capital Spending, By Company Types/Regions, 2012  
Table 6  Offshore Fields, By Countries & Water Depth (Feet)
Table 7  Wastes Components & Environment Significant Constituents From Drilling Activities  
Table 8  Exposure Types & Its Duration  
Table 9  Elemental Composition Of Drilling Mud (Mg/Kg)
Table 10  Waste Minimization Technologies  
Table 11  Drill Cuttings Reuse & Recycle Management Options  
Table 12  Drill Cuttings & Drilling Fluid Disposal Technologies  
Table 13  U.S.: Oil & Gas Industry, Key Statistics, 2012  
Table 14  U.S. California: Discharge Practices & Standards For Drilling Mud & Cuttings  
Table 15  U.S. Gom: Discharge Practices & Standards For Drilling Mud & Cuttings  
Table 16  Canada: Oil & Gas Industry, Key Statistics, 2012  
Table 17  Canada: Discharge Practices & Standards For Drilling Mud & Cuttings  
Table 18  Mexico: Oil & Gas Industry, Key Statistics, 2012  
Table 19  Mexico: Discharge Practices & Standards For Drilling Mud & Cuttings  
Table 20  Drilling Waste Management-North America Market Values,  By Services, 2013 - 2018($ Million)
Table 21  Containment & Handling Market By Country ($Million),  By Geography, 2011 – 2018  
Table 22  Treatment & Disposal Market By Country ($Million),  By Geography, 2011 - 2018  
Table 23  Solid Control Market By Country,  By Geography, 2011 – 2018 ($Million)
Table 24  Market By Country ($Million), By Geography, 2012 - 2018  
Table 25  U.S. Market Values, By Services, 2012 - 2018($ Million)
Table 26  Canada Market Values, By Services, 2012 - 2018($ Million)
Table 27  Mexico Market Values, By Services, 2012 - 2018($ Million)
Table 28  North America: Developments  
Table 29  Schlumberger Ltd.: Products & Services  
Table 30  Schlumberger Ltd: Financials  
Table 31  Weatherford International Ltd.: Prodcuts & Services  
Table 32  Weatherford International Ltd.: Financials  
Table 33  National Oilwell Varco: Prodcuts & Services  
Table 34  National Oilwell Varco: Financials  
Table 35  Halliburton Co.: Products & Services  
Table 36  Baker Hughes Inc.: Products & Services  
Table 37  Baker Hughes Inc.: Financials  
Table 38  Waste Minimization Technologies  
Table 39  Drill Cuttings Reuse & Recycle Management Options  
Table 40  Drill Cuttings & Drilling Fluid Disposal Technologies  

 

List of Figures

 

Figure 1  Market Segmentation  
Figure 2  Research Methodology  
Figure 3  Data Triangulation Methodology  
Figure 4  North America- Market Split:  By Services (2013)
Figure 5  North America - Market Size: Services (2012-2018)
Figure 6  North America- Market Split: Services (2013)
Figure 7  Market Share: 2013  
Figure 8  Market Share: 2018  
Figure 9  Schlumberger Ltd: Ecosystem  
Figure 10  Weatherford International Ltd.: Ecosystems  
Figure 11  National Oilwell Varco.: Ecosystems  
Figure 12  Halliburton Co.: Ecosystems  
Figure 13  Baker Hughes Inc.: Ecosystem  
Figure 14  Waste Management Hierarchy

North America Waste Management in Drilling