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Middle East & North Africa Oilfield Services Market Report 2008-2012
The Middle East & North Africa Oilfield Services Market Report by energy business consultants Douglas-Westwood (DWL) is the groundbreaking first edition of a study
The report describes the key drivers behind the dramatic growth in drilling and workover activity, including the growth in global energy demand, the lack of opportunities outside the region and technological advances that improve both recovery and overall success rates of drilling and workover developments. A country-by-country overview of recent and future production activity (onshore and offshore where activity is present or forecast) along with forecast drilling and workover volumes is provided. The countries analysed are Algeria, Egypt, Iran, Libya, Kuwait, Neutral Zone, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, UAE and the Yemen.
technology overview & market dynamics
The report discusses the processes and technology used in drilling and workover activities from the perspective of a reader who is new to the industry. The key oilfield services players active in the industry and their respective capabilities are reviewed including an assessment of rig numbers and services offered.
The Middle East & North Africa Oilfield Services business is growing rapidly, with expansion visible in the drilling and workover markets both onshore and offshore. Within the report, the oilfield services market is segmented by drilling activity and workover activity, with constituent markets valued including the provision of; Rig & Crew, Mud Logging, Fishing & Milling, Openhole Logging, Drilling Fluids, Directional Drilling, Completion, Cementing, Casing and Bit Programme (drilling markets) and Rig & Crew, Re-completion, Fracturing, Perforation, Production Logging, Completion Fluids, Remedial Cementing and Tubing (workover markets).
Outputs from DWL’s market modeling, which have been crossed-checked via industry consultation, are presented in $m values for the above sub-segments on a country by country basis. Regional totals are presented for each key category.
an acclaimed series
The Middle East & North Africa Oilfield Services Market Report is the latest in an acclaimed series of business studies used by organisations in 37 countries. These include the oil majors, investment banks, offshore contractors, agencies and departments of governments.
1 Executive Summary – Introduction, summary and conclusions
2 MENA in the context of global energy supply – Sections including; global energy demand, distribution & production, diversification (LNG and pipelines), regional upstream organisations (e.g. OAPEC, OPEC) and MENA in the global context.
3 The MENA energy business – Sections including; political and economic transitions, state involvement, energy policy, profiles of major hydrocarbon producers, cost inflation and technology needs.
4 Technical overview – Drilling, workover, artificial lift & other enhanced recovery methods.
5 Competitive landscape – Overview, MENA drilling contractors, offering/country coverage, rig fleet, profiles, etc. MENA workover contractors, offering/country coverage, profiles, etc.
6 Country overviews (for each of the following countries, including high-level drivers, hydrocarbon production, wells drilled, wells operating, workovers, etc)
Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Iran, Iraq, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, UAE and Yemen.
7 MENA oilfield services market forecast – Overview, methodology, expenditure/
8 Expenditure & activity forecast – split by Country for the following components:
Cementing, fracturing, perforation, fishing/milling, fluids, bits, logging, directional drilling, completion and casing.
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