Market Scenario

The rising prices have boosted the upstream activities in oil industry. This has resulted in a rise in demand for the Oilfield Equipment Market Research. In recent times oil and gas has been witnessing a significant downturn due to the continuous fall in the prices. These changes in the supply and demand dynamics is expected to raise the number of oil wells thus, resulting in boosting the oil field Equipment market. Increasing demand for oil and gas is also expected to fuel the demand in the Oilfield Equipment Market Research.

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The oilfield service industry is completely dependent on upstream operations thus, in this scenario, it will be profited. Oilfield equipment are elementary equipment used for the development of successfully explored oilfields. These include a wide range of equipment that perform the functions starting from drilling to well completion. The main functions of oilfield equipment include drilling, data acquisition, well intervention, well logging, well completion, pressure maintenance, flow control, and others.

Oilfield Equipment Market Research is expected to expand due to various factors that drive the market. The factors include, oil price recovery, increasing oil exploration and field development activities, rising number of mature oil wells. For instance, in April 2018, Carnarvon Petroleum Ltd., Perth, has announced its plans for redevelopment of Buffalo oil field in the Timor Sea. The field now lies completely within the jurisdiction of East Timor following the signing of the Maritime Boundary Treaty with Australia earlier this year.

Global Oilfield Equipment Market Research is segmented on the basis of equipment, type and region. Based on equipment the market is further segmented into Drilling Equipment, Field Production Machinery, Pumps, Valves, Others. Amongst these segments, drilling equipment segments holds the largest share due to increased number of drilling projects across the globe. On the basis of type, market is classified as drilling (Drill Pipe, Drill Collars), Pressure & Flow control (BOP, Valves, Manifold). Drill Pipe segment accounts for the largest market share due to large drilling activities in offshore and onshore. Also, shale production, which requires drill pipes as an essential set of equipment, has witnessed growth.

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Global Oilfield Equipment Market Research

Global Oilfield Equipment Market Research is expected to observe phenomenal growth during the forecast period owing to increasing exploration and drilling activities and recovery of oil prices after price shock of 2014. North America region held the largest market share in Oilfield Equipment Market Research. In North America region exploration activities and rock study activities for shale oil, oil sands, and carbonate rocks are rising. For instance the production from shale oil in 2017 was 4.67 million barrels, which contributed half of the total oil produce from U.S. Asia Pacific and Africa region are likely to lead to the growth of Oilfield Equipment Market Research. Major growth is attributed to the discoveries in Gulf of Thailand, and South China Sea from Asia Pacific and Mediterranean Sea and Egypt desert from Africa.

Key Players

The key players of global Oilfield Equipment Market Research are GE Oil and Gas (U.S.), Weatherford International (U.S.), Schlumberger (U.S.), Superior Energy Services (U.S.), Pioneer Energy Services Corp. (U.S.), C&J Energy Services Ltd. (U.S.), and National Oilwell Varco, Inc. (U.S.). Halliburton (U.S.), Basic Energy Services, Inc. (U.S.), Expro International Group Holding Ltd. (UK), Wireline Engineering Ltd. (UK), Oilserv (UAE), SGS (Switzerland), ABB Oil, and Gas and Petrochemical Business Unit (Switzerland) are among others.

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