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High returns from oil & gas will enable strong growth in distributed fibre optics over next decade
LONDON, UK. 11th July 2014: Distributed Acoustic Systems (DAS) are currently changing the way companies find, acquire, and manage, energy resources, according to a new piece of research released by business intelligence analysts visiongain.
A detailed analysis of the latest political, economic and technological trends lies at the heart of visiongain’s quantitative and qualitative analysis of the DAS market. The 334 page report, entitled Distributed Acoustic Sensing Systems (DAS) Market 2014-2024: Fibre Optics for Oil & Gas, Utility, Military, Infrastructure & Security Applications, provides a thorough quantitative and qualitative analysis of the global DAS market, 15 leading national markets, 4 key constituent submarkets within each national market, and 12 notable companies, along with 273 tables, charts and graphs. 74 contracts are detailed for major ongoing programmes. 247 companies and other organisations are mentioned. Visiongain’s analysis also presents revenues from the DAS market for each company alongside market prospects.
The report also includes a detailed qualitative strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) analysis of the DAS market underpinning the forecasts for the period 2014-2024. Distributed Acoustic Sensing Systems (DAS) Market 2014-2024: Fibre Optics for Oil & Gas, Utility, Military, Infrastructure & Security Applications therefore provides an unrivalled level of detail in its analysis of market trends and commercial prospects.
The report’s findings are reinforced by exclusive expert interviews with 9 leading companies involved in the DAS market, including: Baker Hughes, Fotech Solutions, fibrisTerre GmbH, Silixa, OZ Optics, Pruett Tech Inc., POLUS-ST, AP Sensing, and Senstar.
The visiongain analyst responsible for the DAS market research summarised its findings:
“The flourishing of the oil & gas industry is continuing to provide significant opportunities for the application of distributed fibre optic products, particularly when it comes to unconventional exploration and improved oil recovery. Indeed, thanks to better and better technology, firms now have the ability to both view existing reservoirs in more effective ways, as well as obtain a higher return on investment in new areas of operation. This trend, while providing the most substantial contracts for many fibre-optic companies, is also reinforced by activity in other market verticals, particularly the homeland security and military environments, with private purchases in the former and large public purchases in the latter ensuring input for companies that do not just specialise in oil & gas products.”
Distributed Acoustic Sensing Systems (DAS) Market 2014-2024: Fibre Optics for Oil & Gas, Utility, Military, Infrastructure & Security Applications is an invaluable reference offering extensive market analysis and evaluation of future commercial prospects.
For further information about visiongain’s Distributed Acoustic Sensing Systems (DAS) Market 2014-2024: Fibre Optics for Oil & Gas, Utility, Military, Infrastructure & Security Applications please visit http://www.visiongain.com/
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