US Oil & Gas Infrastructure Market

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US Oil & Gas Infrastructure Market

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US demand to grow over 6% annually through 2016

US demand for midstream oil and gas infrastructure equipment is forecast to rise over seven percent annually through 2016, approaching $9 billion. Advances will benefit from the development of shale gas plays, especially in areas that have not until recently been major energy producers. These areas will require additional infrastructure in order to economically transport oil and natural gas from the well site. For example, pipeline capacity at the Bakken Shale in North Dakota and Montana is expected to more than double by 2016.

High oil prices to boost drilling activity in the short-term

Growth in the shorter term will benefit from high oil prices, which are boosting oil drilling. This will benefit infrastructure demand in areas such as the Eagle Ford play in Texas. Natural gas prices, while currently low, are expected to rebound by 2016. Expectations of this recovery are boosting demand for natural gas pipelines in areas such as the Marcellus Shale.

Steel to remain dominant, but plastic will grow faster

Pipe will continue to remain the largest product category in value terms, benefiting from construction of new main lines and the need for gathering systems at new drilling sites. Plastic pipe will register stronger gains than steel based on its widespread use in gathering applications. However, steel pipe will remain the dominant material based on its high pressure resistance. Welded pipe will continue to comprise the majority of steel pipe demand, due to its widespread use in transmission applications. Demand for pipeline flow control equipment such as valves, pumps and compressors will rise as a matter of course.

Eastern region to register strongest growth

The Eastern US will post the strongest gains of any region through 2016, benefitting from the need for infrastructure in the Marcellus play. However, the largest region for midstream infrastructure equipment is the Southern Region, which has the largest number of high output producing wells, the most drilling rigs, the largest number of well completions, and the highest levels of oil and natural gas production. In addition, offshore development in the Gulf of Mexico will create additional opportunities in the Southern Region.

Study coverage

Oil & Gas Infrastructure presents historical data (2001, 2001 and 2011) plus forecasts for 2016 and 2021 for demand by type, market and region of the US.The study also assesses market environment factors, evaluates company market share, and profiles 40 competitors in the US industry.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION xI. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1 II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4Macroeconomic Outlook 5Demographic Overview 8Manufacturing Overview 12Electricity Generation 15Oil & Natural Gas Overview 19Oil Market Overview 22Production 25Drilling 30Pricing 32Natural Gas Market Overview 34Production 36Drilling 42Pricing 43Unconventional Production 45Shale 46Tight Gas 47Coalbed Methane 47Midstream Sector Overview 48Environmental & Regulatory Considerations 50Drilling Regulation 50Shale Regulation 52Pipeline Regulation 53International Activity & Foreign Trade 54

III. PRODUCTS 57

General 57Pipe 59By Material 62Steel 63Welded 66Seamless 68Fittings 70Plastic 71By Diameter 73Valves 75Automatic 78Conventional 80Compressors 82Centrifugal 83Reciprocating 85Pumps 86Centrifugal 88Positive Displacement 90Parts, Accessories, & Other Pumps 91Gas Processing Equipment 94Monitoring Equipment 96Storage Tanks 99Other 101

IV. MARKETS 103

General 103Oil 105Natural Gas 107Locations 109Onshore 110Offshore 111 V. REGIONS 115

General 115Producing Wells 119Regional Drilling 121Regional Rig Counts 123Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand by Region 125Southern Region 128Texas 130Louisiana 132Arkansas 133Other Southern States 133Midwestern Region 134Oklahoma 136North Dakota 138Ohio 139Other Midwestern States 140Eastern Region 141Pennsylvania 143New York 145West Virginia 146Other Eastern States 146Western Region 147Alaska 149California 151Other Western States 152

VI. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 155

General 155Market Share 157Mergers & Acquisitions 161Product Development & Manufacturing 166Cooperative Agreements 168Competitive Strategies 170Company Profiles 172ABB Limited 173A-D Technologies, see Dura-Line HoldingsAmerican Cast Iron Pipe Company 174Ameron International, see National Oilwell VarcoAMETEK Incorporated 175ASCO Valve, see Emerson ElectricAshcroft, see Nagano KeikiAzonix, see CraneBalon Corporation 178Barksdale, see CraneBenxi Northern Steel Pipes Company Limited 179Bonney Forge Corporation 180Boomerang Tube LLC 181California Steel Industries, see JFE HoldingsCameron International Corporation 182Chandler Engineering, see AMETEKChevron Phillips Chemical Company LLC 186CIRCOR International Incorporated 187CLYDEUNION Pumps, see SPXControl Components, see IMIControl Systems International, see FMC TechnologiesCrane Company 189Dresser, see General ElectricDresser-Rand Group Incorporated 192Dura-Line Holdings Incorporated 194Dynalco, see CraneEbara Corporation 196Emerson Electric Company 197EnergeX Tube, see JMC Steel GroupEVRAZ plc 200Farris Engineering, see Curtiss-WrightFlowserve Corporation 202FMC Technologies Incorporated 204Framo Engineering, see SchlumbergerGardner Denver Incorporated 207GE Oil & Gas, see General ElectricGeneral Electric Company 209Goulds Pumps, see ITTGROQUIP, see Curtiss-WrightGrupo Villacero SA de CV 212Hamilton Sundstrand, see United TechnologiesHyundai Hysco Company Limited 213ITT Corporation 214J-M Manufacturing Company Incorporated 216JFE Holdings Incorporated 218JMC Steel Group 219John Wood Group plc 221Lakeside Steel, see JMC Steel GroupLawrence Pumps, see FlowserveLiaoning Northern Steel Pipe Company Limited 222Milton Roy, see United TechnologiesNagano Keiki Company Limited 223National Oilwell Varco Incorporated 225Newco Valves, see Cameron InternationalNorthwest Pipe Company 229Novatech, see Weir GroupOAO TMK 230O'Brien, see AMETEKParagon Industries Incorporated 232Parker-Hannifin Corporation 233Petrolab, see AMETEKPipeline Engineering & Supply, see CIRCORInternationalPolyPipe, see Dura-Line HoldingsPrecision Instrumentation, see Nagano KeikiPSL Limited 236Schlumberger Limited 237Seaboard Holdings, see Weir GroupSeAH Steel Corporation 241Siemens AG 242SKF AB 244Smith International, see SchlumbergerSolartron ISA, see AMETEKSolent & Pratt, see Curtiss-WrightSPX Corporation 246Stupp Brothers Incorporated 248Sulzer Limited 249Sundyne, see United TechnologiesTai Feng Qiao Metal Products Company Limited 251TapcoEnpro International, see Curtiss-WrightTenaris SA 252Tex-Tube, see Grupo VillaceroTianjin Lida Steel Pipe Group Company Limited 254TMK IPSCO, see OAO TMKTruflo Rona, see IMITyco International Limited 255United Spiral Pipe, see SeAH Steel and United StatesSteelUnited States Steel Corporation 258United Technologies Corporation 260V & M Star, see VallourecVallourec SA 263voestalpine AG 264voestalpine Tubulars, see National Oilwell Varco andvoestalpineWellstream Holdings, see General ElectricWelspun Corporation Limited 265Wheatland Tube, see JMC Steel GroupWilson International, see National Oilwell VarcoWL Plastics Corporation 266Zimmermann & Jansen Technologies, see IMIOther Companies Mentioned in Study 268

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Summary Table 3SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT 1 Macroeconomic Indicators 8

2 Population & Households 12

3 Manufacturers' Shipments 15

4 Electricity Generation by Fuel Source & Plant Type 18

5 Oil & Natural Gas Supply & Demand 22

6 Crude Oil & Other Liquids Supply & Demand 24

7 Crude Oil Drilling Indicators 32

8 US Natural Gas Supply & Demand 39

9 Natural Gas Drilling Indicators 43

10 Steel Line Pipe Foreign Trade 56

SECTION III -- PRODUCTS 1 Oil & Gas Infrastructure Equipment Demand by Type 58

2 Pipe Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 62

3 Pipe Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure by Material 63

4 Steel Pipe Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure by Type 65

5 Welded Pipe Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 68

6 Seamless Steel Pipe Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 70

7 Steel Pipe Fittings Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 71

8 Plastic Pipe Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure by Type 73

9 Oil & Gas Infrastructure Pipe Demand by Diameter 75

10 Valve Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 78

11 Automatic Valve Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 80

12 Conventional Valve Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 81

13 Compressor Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 83

14 Centrifugal Compressor Demand in Gas Infrastructure 85

15 Reciprocating Compressor Demand in Oil & Gas

Infrastructure 86

16 Pump Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 88

17 Centrifugal Pump Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 89

18 Positive Displacement Pump Demand in Oil & Gas

Infrastructure 91

19 Parts, Accessories, & Other Pump Demand in Oil & Gas

Infrastructure 94

20 Gas Processing Equipment Demand in Oil & Gas

Infrastructure 96

21 Monitoring Equipment Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 99

22 Storage Tank Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 101

23 Other Equipment Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure 102

SECTION IV -- MARKETS 1 Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand by Market & Location 105

2 Oil Infrastructure Equipment Demand 107

3 Natural Gas Infrastructure Equipment Demand 109

4 Onshore Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand 111

5 Offshore Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand 114

SECTION V -- REGIONS 1 Oil & Gas Producing Areas by Region 118

2 Producing Oil & Gas Wells by Type & Region 120

3 Wells Drilled by Region 122

4 Active Rotary Rigs by Region 124

5 Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand by Market & Region 127

6 Southern Region: Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand 130

7 Midwestern Region: Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand 136

8 Eastern Region: Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand 143

9 Western Region: Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand 149

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 1 US Oil & Gas Infrastructure Equipment Sales

by Company, 2011 156

2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 164

3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 169

LIST OF CHARTS SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 Crude Oil Imports by Source, 2011 252 US Crude Oil Production, 2001-2011 273 US Crude Oil Production by State, 2011 284 US Crude Oil Producing States, 2011 295 Crude Oil Prices, 2001-2011 346 US Natural Gas Production, 2001-2011 407 US Natural Gas Production by State, 2011 408 US Natural Gas Producing States, 2011 419 Natural Gas Wellhead Prices, 2001-2011 45

SECTION III -- PRODUCTS

1 Oil & Gas Infrastructure Equipment Demand by Type, 2011 592 Steel Pipe Demand in Oil & Gas Infrastructure by Type, 2011 66

SECTION V -- REGIONS

1 Producing Oil & Gas Wells by Region, 2011 1202 Wells Drilled by Region, 2011 1233 Active Rotary Rigs by Region, 2011 1254 Oil & Gas Infrastructure Demand by Region, 2011 128

SECTION VI -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 Oil & Gas Infrastructure Market Share, 2011 158

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