Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) in the Energy Industry 2015-2025 CAPEX on New Build ROVs & AUVs, and Spending on ROV Operations

Aug 12, 2015, 09:00 ET from Visiongain

LONDON, August 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --

Visiongain's new 244 page report reveals that the ROV market will see CAPEX of $1.253bn in 2015, including spending on ROV new builds and ROV Operations.

The ROV New Build submarket is worth $157.5m in 2015 while the ROV Operations submarket is worth $1.095bn in the same year. Though the oil price fall has affected spending in both sections of the ROV market, strong growth is anticipated for much of the ten year forecast period owning to the increasing depth and complexity of operations and expanding HSQE regulations.

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Market scope: The report provides detailed projections of capital expenditure for the ROV market as a whole, as well as for the new builds and operations submarkets. The latter submarket is further broken down by region, with analysis included of the types of sectors driving demand for ROV operations in the different regions (e.g. construction support, drilling operations, decommissioning). In addition to market forecasts from 2015-2025, our new study shows current market data, market shares, original critical analysis, and revealing insight into commercial developments.

The Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROV) in the Energy Industry 2015-2025 report responds to your need for definitive market data: 

• Where are the ROV market opportunities?
- 188 tables, charts, and graphs reveal market data allowing you to target your strategy more effectively

• When will the ROV market grow?
- Global, regional and ROV submarket forecasts and analysis from 2015-2025 illustrate the market progression

• Why will the ROV market evolve?
- Read an expert interview with a key opinion leader revealing the factors.
- This report features an exclusive interview with Harry Jarvis, the ROV Director at Subsea 7.

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• Which ROV submarkets will flourish from 2015-2025?
- Stay informed about the potential for each of the ROV submarkets with forecasts and analysis from 2015-2025:

- For the new build submarket, subdivided into:
- CAPEX on observational, inspection, light work-class
- CAPEX on medium and heavy work-class ROVs.

- Spending on ROV operations, i.e. the value of contracts for ROV services.
- The ROV operations submarket includes forecasts for the following regions:
- Africa
- Asia Pacific
- Europe
- North America
- Rest of the World
- South America

• Where are the regional ROV market opportunities from 2015-2025?
- Focused regional forecasts and analysis explore the future opportunities
- ROVs in the European Energy Industry Market Forecast 2015-2025
- ROVs in the North American Energy Industry Market Forecast 2015-2025
- ROVs in the South American Energy Industry Market Forecast 2015-2025
- ROVs in the African Energy Industry Market Forecast 2015-2025
- ROVs in the Asia Pacific Energy Industry Market Forecast 2015-2025
- Market Forecast for ROVs in the Energy Industry of the Rest of the World 2015-2025

• What are the factors influencing ROV market dynamics?
- SWOT and PEST analyses explores the factors.
- Technological issues and constraints.
- Supply and demand dynamics
- Competition from new product types
- Advances in product quality
- Analysis of barriers to entry

• Who are the leading ROV companies?
- Our report reveals the companies of central importance to this market, with detailed profiles for each. Profiles contain details of the portfolio of ROVs operated or manufactured by the companies, along with an overview of recent merger activity and a future outlook.
- The report also contains details on other companies in the ROV market and the type of activity they are involved in.

• New Build ROV Manufacturers
- Forum Energy Technologies
- Saab Seaeye
- Schilling Robotics
- Soil Machine Dynamics (SMD)
- VideoRay

 • New Build ROV Manufacturers & ROV Service Providers/Operators
- Fugro
- Hallin Marine
- IKM Gruppe
- Oceaneering International Inc.
- Subsea 7 S.A.

• ROV Service Providers/Operators
- Canyon Offshore
- DeepOcean Group
- DOF Subsea
- Harkand
- Saipem
- Technip

• The report also offers an analysis of the composition of the fleet by ROV vehicle type and operator and a forecast of how the ratios of AUVs, work class and light work class vehicles are likely to change during the period under forecast.
- Work Class ROV Fleet by Company, 2008-2015
- Number of ROV Units Operated by Main Operators, 2008-2015
- Percentage of the ROV Fleet Operated by Main Operators 2010
- Percentage of the ROV Fleet Operated by Main Operators 2015
- Share of the Fleet Operated by the Three Main Operators 2008-2015

Who should read this report?
- Anyone within the ROV value chain, including
- CEO's
- COO's
- CIO's
- Business development managers
- Marketing managers
- Suppliers
- Technologists
- Investors
- Banks
- Government agencies
- Contractors

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Companies Mentioned in this Report 

Acergy S.A.

ACSM

AF Decom Offshore

Ageotec

AGR Field Operations Holdings AS

Aker Solutions

Allseas

Anadarko

Andrews Survey

Antrim Energy Inc.

AOOD technology Limited

Apache Corporation

Aquabotix

Archer

Atlas Elektronik

ATP Oil & Gas

Baker Hughes

BG Group

BHP Billiton

Blade Petroleum Ltd.

BMTI

BOA Marine Services

Bowtech products

BP

BPZ Energy

Bridge North Sea

CABACO Marine

Canadian Natural Resources (CNR)

Canyon Offshore

Carpentia Contracting

Centrica plc

Chevron

Chubu Electric Power

CISCREA

C-Innovation

CNOOC China Limited

ConocoPhillips

CTC Marine Projects

Dana Petroleum

Deep Ocean Engineering Inc.

Deep Ocean Group

Deep Trekker

Dela Sub Sea LLC

Det Norske Oljeselskap ASA

DOER Marine

DOF AS

DOF Group

DOF Subsea

Dominion Diving

DONG Energy

Dubai Petroleum

Dynacon

DWTEK Co. Ltd

ECA Robotics

Encana

Endeavour International

Energy Resource Technology

ENI

ENI UK Ltd

EnQuest PLC

EOG Resources Inc.

EON

ExxonMobil

Floatation Technologies

FMC Technologies

Forum Energy Technologies

Fugro

Fugro Subsea Services Limited

GDF Suez

GNOM

Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation

Hallin Marine

Harkand

Heerema Marine Contractors

Helix Energy Solutions Group

Hess Ltd

Hibiscus Petroleum

Husky Energy

Hydroid

Hydrpacoustics Inc

IKM Gruppen

IKM Subsea

Imenco

INPEX

Inpex Browse Ltd

InSite Technologies

Integrated Subsea Services

International Submarine Engineering

iSurvey Group AS

i-Tech

Itochu

JINPAT Electronics Co. Ltd

Kodeco

Kuwait Foreign Petroleum

Kystdesign AS

LBO Inc

LLOG

Lukoil

Lundin Petroleum

Maersk Oil

Marathon Oil UK

Marine Exploration Service

Mariscope

McDermott

Meridian Ocean Services

Mermaid Maritime

Micro ROV Services

Mitsubishi

MMTSweden AB

MODEC

Moog Inc

MR Subsea KS

MTCS- England

Murphy Oil

Neptune Marine Services

Nexen Inc.

Noble Energy

NYK Line

Oaktree Capital Management

Ocean Modules

Oceaneering International

Oceanvision

OceanWorks

Odebrecht

Osaka Gas

Outland technology

PDL Solutions Ltd

Pearl Energy

Pegasus International

Pemex

Perenco Oil and Gas

Perry Slingsby Systems

Petrobras

Premier Oil

Prons ROV Ltd

PTTEP

Qatar Petroleum

Qstar- School of Ocean Technology

Rialto Energy Ltd

Rosneft

R.O.V. Technologies

ROV Specialities

ROVOP

Rovtech Systems

RWE-DEA

Saab Underwater Systems AB

Saab-Seaeye

Saipem

Salamander Energy

Santos

SBG Systems

SBM Offshore

ScanSense

Schahin Group

Schilling Robotics

Shark marine technologies

Seabotix

Seadrill

Seamor Marine

Searay Ltd

Seatronica Ltd.

Seaview Systems

Semisubmersible Systems Inc.

Serica Energy

Shell

Shell Australia

Sidus Solutions

SMD (Soil Machine Dynamics)

SNK Ocean Co. Ltd.

Sogenal Ltd.

Soil Machine Dynamics (SMD)

Sonsub

Specialist Services

Stanley plastics Ltd
Statoil

Stone Energy

Sub-Dimension Engineering Ltd

Subsea 7

Subsea Tech

Subsea Vision

Submersible Systems Inc.

Superior Energy Services

SURF Subsea

Syntech Technology

Syscustom Corp

Tech-Fab

Technip

Teekay

Teledyne RD Instruments

The MacArtney Underwater Technology Group

The Underwater Centre Scotland

Toho Gas

Tokyo Gas

Total E&P Australia

Total S.A.

TradeWinds Petrotrade

Transocean

Trelleborg

Trico Supply

TS Marine Group Holdings Pty Ltd

T&T Marine Salvage

Underwater Solutions

Veolia Marine Services (ES Offshore Marine Division)

VideoRay

Wood Group PSN

Woodside

WT Industries

Xcite Energy

YPF

Government Agencies and Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report 

American Bureau of Shipping

Brazilian National Oil, Natural Gas and Biofuels Agency

DECC - Department of Energy & Climate Change (UK)

EIA - Energy Information Administration

European Union

GWEC- Global Wind Energy Council

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

IMO - International Maritime Organisation

OPEC - Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries

Royal Navy

Transparency International

United Nations (UN)

US Government's Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE)

World Bank

World Economic Forum

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