Reportlinker Adds Oilfield Process Chemicals: Global Markets

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Oilfield Process Chemicals: Global Markets

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THIS REPORT CONTAINS

The global oilfield chemicals market is projected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.7% between 2010 and 2015 as the drilling activities return and production rates are stimulated and new wells brought online. The market should reach a value of $8.2 billion at the manufacturing level by 2015, from a value of $6.2 billion in 2010.

Drilling-related chemicals accounted for 52% of the total 2009 market. It is projected that by 2015, drilling-related chemicals will increase to 55% to 56% of the oilfield chemicals market. This sector is worth an estimated $2.3 billion in 2010 and is expected to be worth $3 billion in 2015, a 5.7% compound annual growth rate (CAGR).

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

Oilfield process chemicals support the exploration and processing of oil and natural gas in the field. Various factors influence the demand for oilfield process chemicals. The world's demand for energy is increasing as emerging economies such as China, India, Latin America and Africa develop their capabilities and raise the living standards and conditions of their populations. Crude oil and natural gas are critical feedstocks in the energy supply chain. For this reason, many nations are looking to be self-sufficient in energy generation across the supply chain, resulting in the drive to secure feedstocks that they control and not be reliant on imports from nations that may have differing political agendas or ideals that are in conflict with theirs, or are located in regions that are a hot bed of unrest and instability, threatening the supply of these key energy raw material. In addition, all the easy-to-extract oil in locations that can be easily accessed and supported have been located, thus the need to explore more isolated and harsher environments is required.

All of this generates a demand for oil companies to increase exploration activities to uncover rich sources of future fuel, leading to operations that are drilling deeper into the Earth's substructure, moving further out to sea into deeper waters (offshore), increasing the exploitation of unconventional sources of oil, and setting up in remote and isolated areas. In addition, companies are looking to maximize the amount of oil and gas that can be extracted from existing reservoirs by increasing the deployment of secondary and tertiary methods of recovery. This appetite for oil and gas leads to an increased demand for, and sale of chemicals that enables the above activities to take place.

This study was conducted to determine the future of the oilfield process chemicals industry on a worldwide scale. The forecast demand and production of oil will have a direct impact on the demand for oilfield process chemicals. This study estimates the 5-year forecast for the oilfield process chemicals industry from 2010 through 2015.

In recent years, the industry has been affected by a credit crunch, resulting in a significant drop in the number of explorations and new drilling expeditions undertaken. Coupled with the biggest oil spilled in U.S. industry off the Gulf of Mexico, oil and gas companies are in the spotlight. However, new oil discoveries, technology advancements enabling companies to reduce the environmental impacts of their operations, and the drive for energy self-sufficiency will support the growth of the industry moving forward. Based on this information, BCC forecasts the oilfield process chemicals industry will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.7% over the next 5 years. This estimation is based on projections in the oil drilling, exploration, and production sectors. This study does not include the value of services and other products offered by oilfield process chemical companies. Values have been confirmed with industry sources and industry experts.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY

The purpose of doing this study is to provide market research on the worldwide value of the oilfield process chemicals industry. This $5.8 billion industry, at the manufacturers' levels of sales, experienced rapid growth during the early part of this century, with growth rates of over 10% year on year. However, the rate of growth slowed down significantly and then fell away as the industry was impacted by the worldwide recession and the lack of available funds on the money markets. The challenges associated with drilling deeper, the need for chemicals to cope with hotter and high pressure environments, and the drive in the recycling and reusing of material means the usage of specialty chemicals will increase as the industry recovers from the downturn.

This study will review the chemicals that are consumed in the exploration, drilling, and production of oil and gas globally. It will highlight chemicals that are growing, segments that are contracting, technology challenges that the industry is facing, and possible solutions and remedies to those challenges. This study will be of interest to chemical companies that manufacture specialty chemicals because it will identify segments that should experience high growth and highlight the challenges that multifunctional and specialty chemicals could overcome. The study will also be of interest to oil field service companies and oil field companies that are active in the industry. It will also be of interest to university and research groups looking to exploit technology that has been developed in another industry that may have applications in this industry. Finally, the study will be of interest to any company or investment firm looking at possible acquisitions or additions to their portfolio in the field of oilfield process chemicals.

The information was obtained using standard research techniques of primary and secondary research including but not limited to library resources, the Internet, company quarterly and annual reports, published material, and discussions with industry experts and active players.

INTENDED AUDIENCE

Derived from multiple sources, this study evaluated the oilfield process chemical, oil, and natural gas information available in numerous government databases, published material from a wide variety of sources, company annual reports and literature, interviews with company personnel, discussions with industry experts, and review of technical abstracts and patents.

SCOPE OF REPORT

The scope of this study includes only the chemicals used in the upstream part of the oilfield processes and market sizes that have been calculated at the manufacturing level rather than at the oilfield service sales level. In many cases, what material is in scope and what is out of scope is clear cut, material that is classified as mineral has been excluded. Where it is not so clear, as in the case of insoluble salts or the usage of material produced on-site, judgment has been made by the analysts based on discussions with industry experts. Chemicals in scope have been categorized in three different ways: process application, by type, and by chemical function. The oilfield process chemicals' current market is assessed, along with past market performance. Projected sales for the industry as a whole are forecasted by application, type, and function. The market is assessed on a worldwide scale. Impacts of the oil and gas industry are explained. The potential effects of political, environmental legislation, and energy policies are also considered.

METHODOLOGY

Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this market research report. BCC evaluates each market by application, type, and function. To make projections for the future of the oilfield process chemicals market, the oil and gas industry was reviewed in terms of exploration, drilling, and production.

This was accomplished by evaluating the industry's forecast for exploration and production into the future and recent oil reserve discoveries. Also taken into account were historical relationships between oilfield process chemicals and oil and gas production. Energy Information Administration demand projections were also taken into account. Political situations were considered as was both current and pending environmental legislation. Information directly related to the oilfield process chemicals industry was also analyzed.

Company annual reports were assessed and sales values were confirmed with reliable sources. Company market shares were also confirmed and cross-referenced. The chemicals focused on for this report are those qualifying for the functions listed.

INFORMATION SOURCES

Numerous INFORMATION SOURCES contributed to this study, including interviews with industry experts, research databases, technical abstracts, commerce publications, government sources, financial and trade information, library resources, and the Internet.

ANALYST CREDENTIALS

John Joe Harkin is a PhD chemist who graduated from the University of Manchester, United Kingdom. He has 20 years of experience providing business insight to a range of companies in the chemical and related industries. The majority of his industrial career was supporting business development activities on a global basis within a specialty firm that was active in many industries including the oilfield chemical industry.

Ronald van Rossum has more than 24 years of experience providing information management services to the chemical industry. For 10 years, he was a global information manager, delivering a wide range of services to a global specialty company. He is an expert information searcher and speaks several languages.

Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION -- Complimentary

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 2

INTENDED AUDIENCE 2

SCOPE OF REPORT 3

METHODOLOGY 3

INFORMATION SOURCES 4

ANALYST CREDENTIALS 4

RELATED BCC REPORTS 4

BCC ONLINE SERVICES 4

DISCLAIMER 5

Chapter 2: SUMMARY

SUMMARY 6

SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 7

SUMMARY (CONTINUED) 8

SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 9

SUMMARY FIGURE VALUE OF OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY APPLICATION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 9

Chapter 3: OVERVIEW

INTRODUCTION 10

ENERGY DEMANDS VERSUS CHEMICAL CONSUMPTION 11

TABLE 1 FORECAST WORLD ENERGY CONSUMPTION, 2010 AND 2015 (QUADRILLION BTU) 11

FIGURE 1 FORECAST WORLD ENERGY CONSUMPTION, 2010 AND 2015 (QUADRILLION BTU) 12

OIL VERSUS NATURAL GAS 12

TABLE 2 WORLD ENERGY CONSUMPTION BY FUEL TYPE, 2005–2035 (%) 13

FIGURE 2   WORLD ENERGY CONSUMPTION, 2005–2035 (% BY FUEL) 14

GROWTH FORECAST FOR OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS 14

INDUSTRY SUMMARY 15

CHEMICAL TYPES 15

CHEMICAL FUNCTIONS 16

CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS 16

INDUSTRY BACKGROUND 17

EXPLORATION AND DRILLING 17

Exploration and Drilling (Continued) 18

TABLE 3 DRILLING MUDS AND ADDITIVES 19

CEMENTING 19

TABLE 4 CEMENTING ADDITIVES AND THEIR PURPOSES 20

WORKOVER AND COMPLETION 20

TABLE 5 WORKOVER AND COMPLETION FLUIDS 21

STIMULATION AND PRODUCTION 21

TABLE 6 STIMULATION/PRODUCTION CHEMICALS 22

ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY 23

TABLE 7 ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY APPLICATIONS AND PRODUCTS 24

Chapter 4: WORLDWIDE INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

OILFIELD CHEMICALS MARKET PLAYERS 25

TABLE 8 WORLDWIDE MARKETERS OF OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS, 2010 26

TABLE 8 (CONTINUED) 27

TABLE 8 (CONTINUED) 28

TABLE 8 (CONTINUED) 29

TABLE 8 (CONTINUED) 30

TABLE 8 (CONTINUED) 31

TABLE 8 (CONTINUED) 32

MARKET SHARES 32

TABLE 9 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY COMPANY, 2009 (%) 33

FIGURE 3 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY COMPANY, 2009 (%) 34

OILFIELD CHEMICALS MARKET PLAYERS 34

AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS 34

ASHLAND AQUALON FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS 35

BAKER HUGHES 35

BAROID DRILLING FLUIDS 35

BASF 35

BRINE-ADD FLUIDS, LTD. 36

CANADIAN ENERGY SERVICES (CES) 36

CECA 36

CHAMPION TECHNOLOGIES/CHAMPION SERVO LTD 37

CLARIANT OIL SERVICES 37

COASTAL CHEMICAL CO., LLC 38

DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY 38

DUPONT DE NEMOURS, E.I. 38

EMERY OLEOCHEMICALS (FORMERLY COGNIS DIVISION) 39

FLEK (LLC) 39

HALLIBURTON 39

INNOSPEC 40

KEMIRA 40

LAMBERTI S.P.A. 40

LUKOIL 40

MESSINA–OILCHEM 41

MI SWACO / M-I DRILLING FLUIDS 41

MIRRICO 41

NALCO COMPANY ENERGY SERVICES (ONDEO NALCO) 42

NEWPARK 42

NUR CHEMICALS & ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES CO. 43

RHODIA 43

SCHLUMBERGER 43

SEKISUI SPECIALTY CHEMICALS AMERICA LLC 43

SHRIEVE CHEMICAL GROUP 44

STEPAN 44

WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL LTD. 44

Chapter 5: GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND POLICIES

OPEC AND OTHER ALLIANCES 45

OPEC AND OTHER ALLIANCES (CONTINUED) 46

ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS 47

TABLE 10 U.S. REGULATIONS SPECIFIC TO THE OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS INDUSTRY 48

TABLE 10 (CONTINUED) 49

TABLE 10 (CONTINUED) 50

LEGISLATION FOLLOWING INCIDENTS 51

TOXICITY TESTING 52

IMPACT OF REACH FOR COMPANIES ACTIVE IN THE E.U. 52

GOVERNMENT SANCTIONS AND AGREEMENTS 53

POLITICAL UNREST 54

POLITICAL UNREST (CONTINUED) 55

Chapter 6: MARKETS BY PRODUCT TYPES AND FUNCTION

MARKETS BY PRODUCT TYPES AND FUNCTION 56

TABLE 11 GLOBAL MARKET FOR OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY PRODUCT TYPES, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 57

FIGURE 4   MARKET PERCENTAGE BY PRODUCT TYPE, 2009 (%) 57

SPECIALTY CHEMICALS 58

FUNCTIONS AND APPLICATIONS 59

TABLE 12   FUNCTIONS OF SPECIALTY CHEMICALS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS 59

MARKET FORECAST 60

TABLE 13 SPECIALTY CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 60

FIGURE 5 |SPECIALTY CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 61

COMMODITY CHEMICALS 62

DISTRIBUTION 63

FUNCTIONS 63

TABLE 14   COMMODITY CHEMICALS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS 64

MARKET FORECAST 64

TABLE 15 COMMODITY CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 65

FIGURE 6 COMMODITY CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 66

POLYMERS 66

TABLE 16 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS POLYMER FUNCTIONS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS 67

TABLE 17 POLYMER CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 67

FIGURE 7 POLYMER CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 68

GASES 68

TABLE 18 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS GASES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS 69

TABLE 19 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS GASES BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 70

FIGURE 8 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS GASES AND THEIR REGIONAL SALES FORECASTS, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 70

Chapter 7: MARKETS BY PRODUCT FUNCTION AND MANUFACTURERS

MARKETS BY PRODUCT FUNCTION AND MANUFACTURERS 71

TABLE 20 GLOBAL MARKET FOR OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY FUNCTION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 72

FIGURE 9 GLOBAL MARKETS BY CHEMICAL FUNCTION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 73

CORROSION CONTROL 74

FACTORS 74

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 75

TABLE 21 CORROSION CONTROL PRODUCTS 75

TABLE 22 CORROSION CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 76

FIGURE 10 CORROSION CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 77

RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS 77

FACTORS 77

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 78

TABLE 23 RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS PRODUCTS 78

TABLE 24   RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS PRODUCTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 78

FIGURE 11 RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 79

VISCOSIFIERS 79

FACTORS 79

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 80

TABLE 25 VISCOSIFIERS PRODUCTS 80

TABLE 26 VISCOSIFIERS PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 80

FIGURE 12 VISCOSIFIERS PRODUCT FORECAST BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 81

SYNTHETIC-BASED MUDS 82

FACTORS 82

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 82

TABLE 27   SYNTHETIC-BASED MUDS PRODUCTS 82

TABLE 28 SYNTHETIC-BASED MUDS PRODUCTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 83

FIGURE 13 SYNTHETIC BASED MUDS PRODUCTS BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 83

SCALE CONTROL 84

FACTORS 84

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 85

TABLE 29 SCALE CONTROL PRODUCTS 85

TABLE 30 SCALE-CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 86

FIGURE 14 SCALE-CONTROL PRODUCT FORECAST BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 86

FLUID LOSS CONTROL 87

FACTORS 87

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 87

TABLE 31 FLUID LOSS CONTROL PRODUCTS 87

TABLE 32 FLUID LOSS CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 88

FIGURE 15 FLUID LOSS CONTROL PRODUCT FORECAST BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 88

CEMENT RETARDERS 89

FACTORS 89

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 89

TABLE 33 CEMENT RETARDERS PRODUCTS 89

TABLE 34 CEMENT RETARDERS PRODUCTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 90

FIGURE 16 CEMENT RETARDERS PRODUCTS BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 90

BACTERIAL CONTROL 91

FACTORS 91

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 91

TABLE 35 BACTERIAL CONTROL PRODUCTS 92

TABLE 36 BACTERIAL CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 92

FIGURE 17  BACTERIAL CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 93

WAX AND ASPHALTENE CONTROL 93

FACTORS 94

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 94

TABLE 37 WAX AND ASPHALTENE CONTROL PRODUCTS 95

TABLE 38 WAX AND ASPHALTENE CONTROL PRODUCTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 95

FIGURE 18 WAX AND ASPHALTENE CONTROL PRODUCTS BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 96

HYDRATE CONTROL 96

FACTORS 96

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 97

TABLE 39 HYDRATE CONTROL PRODUCTS 98

TABLE 40 HYDRATE CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 98

FIGURE 19 HYDRATE CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 99

HYDROGEN SULFIDE CONTROL 99

FACTORS 99

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 99

TABLE 41 HYDROGEN SULFIDE CONTROL PRODUCTS 100

TABLE 42 HYDROGEN SULFIDE CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 100

FIGURE 20 HYDROGEN SULFIDE CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 101

OIL AND WATER SEPARATION 101

FACTORS 102

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 102

TABLE 43 OIL AND WATER SEPARATION PRODUCTS 103

TABLE 44 OIL AND WATER SEPARATION CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 103

FIGURE 21 OIL AND WATER SEPARATION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 104

FOAM CONTROL 104

FACTORS 104

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 105

TABLE 45 FOAM CONTROL PRODUCTS 105

TABLE 46 FOAM CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 105

FIGURE 22 FOAM CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 106

MAINTENANCE AND UTILITY 106

FACTORS 106

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 106

TABLE 47 MAINTENANCE AND UTILITY CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 107

TABLE 48 MAINTENANCE AND UTILITY CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 107

FIGURE 23 MAINTENANCE AND UTILITY CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 108

COMMODITY CHEMICALS 108

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 109

TABLE 49 COMMODITY CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 109

TABLE 50 COMMODITY CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 109

FIGURE 24 COMMODITY CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 110

MULTIFUNCTIONAL CHEMICALS 110

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 110

TABLE 51 MULTIFUNCTIONAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 111

TABLE 52 MULTIFUNCTIONAL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 111

FIGURE 25 MULTIFUNCTIONAL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 112

SHALE CONTROL 112

FACTORS 112

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 113

TABLE 53 SHALE-CONTROL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 113

TABLE 54 SHALE CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 113

FIGURE 26 SHALE CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 114

ACIDIZING 114

FACTORS 114

PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 115

TABLE 55 ACIDIZING CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 116

TABLE 56 ACIDIZING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 116

FIGURE 27 ACIDIZING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 117

OTHER PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES 117

E-COMMERCE 118

Chapter 8: MARKETS BY PRODUCT APPLICATION

PRODUCT APPLICATION AND MANUFACTURERS 119

TABLE 57 GLOBAL MARKET FOR OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 120

FIGURE 28 ANNUAL SALES BY APPLICATION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 121

DRILLING 122

DRILLING-RELATED CHEMICAL SALES VS. OIL PRODUCTION 123

TABLE 58 GLOBAL DRILLING-RELATED CHEMICAL SALES VS. OIL PRODUCTION, THROUGH 2015 (MILLIONS) 124

FIGURE 29 LOBAL DRILLING-RELATED CHEMICAL SALES VS. OIL PRODUCTION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 124

TABLE 59 GLOBAL OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS SALES VS. OIL PRODUCTION, THROUGH 2015 (MILLIONS) 125

FIGURE 30 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS SALES VS. OIL PRODUCTION, 2010 AND 2015 (MILLIONS) 125

DRILLING CHEMICAL PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 126

TABLE 60 EXAMPLES OF PRODUCTS USED FOR DRILLING, INCLUDING DRILLING MUDS AND THEIR ADDITIVES 127

TABLE 61 DRILLING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 127

FIGURE 31 DRILLING PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 128

WORKOVER AND COMPLETION FLUIDS 129

TABLE 62 WORKOVER AND COMPLETION FLUIDS PRODUCTS 129

TABLE 63 WORKOVER AND COMPLETION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 130

FIGURE 32   WORKOVER AND COMPLETION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 130

CEMENTING ADDITIVES 131

TABLE 64 CEMENT ADDITIVE AND SPECIALTY PRODUCTS 131

TABLE 65 CEMENTING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 132

FIGURE 33   CEMENTING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 132

STIMULATION AND PRODUCTION CHEMICALS 133

TABLE 66 STIMULATION/PRODUCTION CHEMICALS 133

TABLE 67 STIMULATION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 134

FIGURE 34 STIMULATION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 134

TABLE 68 PRODUCTION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 135

FIGURE 35   PRODUCTION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 135

ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY 136

FACTORS 136

Factors (Continued) 137

SALES PROJECTIONS 138

Sales Projections (Continued) 139

TABLE 69 ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 140

FIGURE 36 ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY MARKET BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 ($ MILLIONS 140

PROCESSES OF ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY 141

Specific Techniques 142

CO2 Injection 142

CO2 Injection(Continued) 143

Nitrogen Injection 144

Water Injection 145

Chemical Injection 145

Microbiological Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) 146

Steam Injection 146

Alternative/New Technologies 147

In Situ Combustion 147

THAI (Toe to Heel Air Injection) 147

SAGD (Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage) 147

Cold Flow Production 148

TABLE 70 EOR TECHNOLOGY CHEMICALS 148

Chapter 9: TECHNOLOGY

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 149

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (R&D) 150

TABLE 71 NEW TECHNOLOGY / PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & RESEARCH 151

TABLE 72 IMPACTS OF NEW TECHNOLOGY PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND RESEARCH 152

NEW TECHNOLOGY 152

NEW TECHNOLOGY (CONTINUED) 153

TABLE 73 DRILLING & PRODUCTION RELATED RESEARCH AND NEW TECHNOLOGY 154

TABLE 73 (CONTINUED) 155

TABLE 74 POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF DRILLING AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY 155

TABLE 74 (CONTINUED) 156

Chapter 10: PATENTS

PATENTS 157

DRILLING PATENTS 158

EOR PATENTS 158

METHODOLOGY OF PATENT SURVEYS INCLUDED IN THIS STUDY 159

TABLE 75 U.S. PATENTS (GRANTED AND PENDING) BY MAIN PROCESS APPLICATION, 2000–2010 160

TABLE 76 EUROPEAN/WORLD PATENTS (GRANTED AND PENDING) BY MAIN PROCESS APPLICATION, 2000–2010 160

TABLE 77   PATENTS (GRANTED AND PENDING) PER YEAR, 2000–2010 161

PATENTS BY COMPANY 161

TABLE 78 U.S. PATENTS (GRANTED AND PENDING) BY COMPANY, 2000–2010 161

TABLE 78 (CONTINUED) 162

TABLE 78 (CONTINUED) 163

TABLE 79 EUROPEAN / WORLD PATENTS (GRANTED AND PENDING) BY COMPANY, 2000–2010 163

TABLE 79 (CONTINUED) 164

PATENTS PENDING 164

NEW PRODUCT OPPORTUNITIES 165

TABLE 80 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT/IMPORTANT APPROACH 165

Chapter 11: METHODS OF MANUFACTURE

MATERIALS 166

TABLE 81 LIST OF MATERIALS COMMONLY USED FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS 166

TABLE 81 (CONTINUED) 167

MATERIAL COSTS 168

TABLE 82 INDUSTRY IMPACT OF MATERIAL COST FACTORS 169

Chapter 12: COMPANY EXPERTISE AND KNOW HOW

TABLE 83 COMPANY EXPERTISE 170

TABLE 83 (CONTINUED) 171

TABLE 83 (CONTINUED) 172

TABLE 83 (CONTINUED) 173

Chapter 13: GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES

GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES 174

TABLE 84 WORLD CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION BY COUNTRY, THROUGH 2015 (MILLION BARRELS PER YEAR) 175

TABLE 85 WORLD NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION BY COUNTRY, THROUGH 2015 (MILLION BARRELS OIL EQUIVALENT PER YEAR) 176

REGIONAL IMPACTS TO INDUSTRY 177

Chapter 14: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

INDUSTRY DRIVING FORCES 178

STRATEGIES FOR STAYING COMPETITIVE 178

CYCLES AND OTHER WEAKNESSES ASSOCIATED WITH THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY 179

TRADE PRACTICES 180

INDUSTRY LIFE CYCLE 180

Impact/Dependency on Other Industries 181

TABLE 86 WORLD OIL PRODUCTION PROJECTIONS BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 (MILLION BARRELS PER DAY) 181

FIGURE 37 WORLD OIL PRODUCTION PROJECTIONS BY REGION, 2010 AND 2015 (MILLION BARRELS PER DAY) 182

TABLE 87 WORLD OIL PRODUCTION PROJECTIONS BY REGION, THROUGH 2030 (MILLION BARRELS PER DAY) 182

FIGURE 38 WORLD OIL PRODUCTION PROJECTIONS, 2000–2030 (MILLION BARRELS PER DAY) 183

Criteria for Success 183

Criteria for Success Continued) 184

Criteria for Success Continued) 185

Chapter-15: APPENDIX 1

COMPANY PROFILES 186

COMPANY PROFILES 186

ADVANCED AROMATICS L.P. 186

AIR LIQUIDE, L' 186

AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS 186

AKZONOBEL 187

AL SANEA CHEMICALS 187

ALBEMARLE 187

ALKAN LTD 188

ANCHOR DRILLING FLUIDS USA, INC. 188

AQUA CHEMICALS 188

ASHLAND AQUALON FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS 189

AUBIN 189

AVA S.P.A. 189

BAKER HUGHES INCORPORATED 190

BARIT URALA 190

BAROID INDUSTRIAL DRILLING PRODUCTS (HALLIBURTON) 190

BARZAGHI S.R.L. 191

BASF 191

BASF CORPORATION 191

BEFAR GROUP CO., LTD 191

BEST DRILLING CHEMICALS BDC INTERNATIONAL BV 192

BJ SERVICES COMPANY 192

BORREGAARD LIGNOTECH 192

BRINE-ADD FLUIDS, LTD. 193

BRITISH PETROLEUM CORPORATION (BP) 193

BWA WATER ADDITIVES 193

BYCOSIN AB 194

CABOT SPECIALTY FLUIDS LTD. 194

CANADIAN ENERGY SERVICES 195

CANAMARA UNITED SUPPLY LTD 195

CEBO INTERNATIONAL B.V. (CEBO HOLLAND B.V.) 195

CECA 196

CELANESE 196

CHAMPION SERVO LTD 196

CHAMPION TECHNOLOGIES 196

CHEMEX, INC. 197

CHEMJECT INTERNATIONAL INC. 197

CHEMSERV PRODUCTS INC. 197

CHEMTURA 198

CHENGDU CATION CHEMISTRY CO., LTD. 198

CHEVRON 198

CHIMEC S.P.A. 198

CHINA NANHAI MAGCOBAR MUD CORP, LTD. 199

CHINA PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION (CHINA NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORP. CNPC) 199

CLARIANT OIL SERVICES 199

CLEARWATER ENGINEERED CHEMISTRY 200

CNPC BOHAI DRILLING ENGINEERING CO., LTD. 200

COASTAL CHEMICAL CO., LLC 200

CONOCOPHILLIPS 201

CRODA INTERNATIONAL PLC 201

CYTEC INDUSTRIES 201

DORF KETAL CHEMICALS PVT. LTD. 202

DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY 202

DRILLING SPECIALTIES COMPANY 202

DUPONT DE NEMOURS, E.I. 203

EMERY OLEOCHEMICALS GROUP 203

ENERCHEM INTERNATIONAL, INC. 203

ENERGY CHEMICAL CO. SEMNAN 204

ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES, INC. 204

EXXONMOBIL 204

FLEK (LLC FLEK) 205

GCHEMICAL COMPANY 205

GLOBAL DRILLING FLUIDS & CHEMICALS LTD. 205

GULF COAST CHEMICAL 205

GUMPRO CHEM 206

HALLIBURTON COMPANY 206

HEBEI HUAYUN HONGYE CHEMICAL CORPORATION 206

HEXION SPECIALTY CHEMICALS COMPANY 206

GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS 206

180 EAST BROAD STREET 206

INEOS OLIGOMERS 207

INNOSPEC 207

INNOVATIVE CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES CANADA LTD. (ICTC) 207

INTERCHEM LTD 208

KEMIRA OYJ 208

KMCO 208

LAMBERTI S.P.A. 209

LIPESA 209

LUBRIZOL 209

LUKOIL 210

MARATHON OIL COMPANY 210

MARUBENI SPECIALTY CHEMICALS 210

MESSINA 210

MI SWACO 211

MICRO BAC 211

MIDWEST CUSTOM CHEMICALS 212

MIRRICO 212

MONTELLO INC. 212

MULTI-CHEM 213

NALCO / NALCO ENERGY SERVICES 213

NATIONAL CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM INDUSTRIES 213

NAVDEEP CHEMICALS PVT. LTD 214

NEWPARK 214

NUR CHEMICALS & ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES CO. 214

OCCIDENTAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION 215

OIL CHEM TECHNOLOGIES (OCT) 215

OPPENHEIMER BIOTECHNOLOGY, INC. 215

PETROCHINA 216

PETROFERM 216

PETROTREAT 216

PRODUCTION CHEMICAL INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS LTD. 216

PUYANG KAILI CHEMICAL CO., LTD 217

QINGDAO OCEANVIEW INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD. 217

QUIMICA APOLLO S.A. DE C.V. 217

RAMEX AS 218

RE CHEM SERVICES GMBH 218

RECON TECHNOLOGY 218

REDA OILFIELD 219

RHODIA S.A. 219

ROEMEX LTD 219

ROHM AND HAAS COMP. 220

SANJEL CORPORATION 220

SCHLUMBERGER & SMITH INTERNATIONAL 220

SCOMI ANTICOR S.A. 220

SEKISUI SPECIALTY CHEMICALS AMERICA 221

SETAC CHEMICAL CORPORATION 221

SHELL CHEMICALS, ROYAL DUTCH 221

SHELL INTERNATIONALE PETROLEUM MIJ B.V. 221

SHRIEVE CHEMICAL GROUP 222

SICHEM 222

SMC TECHNOLOGIES 222

STEPAN 223

SYRGIS PERFORMANCE CHEMICALS (PCHEM) 223

TBC-BRINADD 223

TIORCO 223

TOTAL S.A. 224

TRICAN WELL SERVICE LTD. 224

UNITOP CHEMICALS 225

VASUDHA CHEMICALS 225

WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL 225

WELL FLOW LLC 226

WILDCAT CHEMICALS AUSTRALIA PTY., LTD 226

OTHER ORGANIZATIONS AND COMPANIES 226

AMERICAN GAS ASSOCIATION 226

AMERICAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE 226

IHS ENERGY GROUP 227

INDEPENDENT PETROLEUM ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 227

INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF DRILLING CONTRACTORS 227

OGP - INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF OIL & GAS PRODUCERS 227

OPEC - ORGANIZATION OF PETROLEUM EXPORTING COUNTRIES 228

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY (DOE.) / ENERGY INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION, EIA 228

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TABLE 89 U.S. PATENTS BY COMPANY (2000–2010) (LISTED PER COMPANY, ON PATENT NUMBER) 253

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