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The Deepwater and Ultra-deepwater Market Report to 2018 is devoted to the global deepwater and ultra deepwater oil and gas market and provides a comprehensive forecast for and analysis of investment from operators
in the deepwater and ultra-deepwater oil and gas sector, which is fast becoming the biggest growth area for the oil and gas industry. The Deepwater and Ultra-Deepwater Market Report also highlights key trends impacting the deepwater sector globally, provides analysis surrounding the market conditions impacting deepwater exploration and development, as well as supplying information on the key operators present in the sector, and the future prospects for each region. The Deepwater and Ultra-deepwater Market Report includes detailed forecasts of global capital expenditure by region on: subsea, oil and gas platforms, pipelines and control lines. In addition, a regional breakdown of oil and gas platform installations, number of subsea wells, and installation of pipelines
and control lines by length (km) is also presented. Each of the seven regions is then analysed in turn to provide the reader with the most complete analysis of the deep and ultra-deepwater market available today.
The 2014 edition of the Deepwater and Ultra-deepwater Market Report is the tenth edition of the report
published by Infield Systems.
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The outlook for the deep and ultra-deepwater market is positive, with a forecast capital growth rate of around 8% between 2014 and 2018. Whilst Petrobras’ developments offshore Brazil are anticipated to remain a key driver of global demand; comprising 32% of total deepwater Capex over the five year period, Infield Systems also expects a number of other driving factors to emerge over the timeframe. These include the emergence of FLNG technology, with Capex demand expected from FLNG FPSO projects within the Middle East, Australasia and South East Asia, whilst offshore Europe the possible South Stream pipeline development, in addition to Norway’s giant Aasta Hansteen, are expected to significantly boost deepwater demand offshore Europe.
Indeed, the forthcoming five years are likely to be characterised by a growth in deep and ultradeepwater development outside of the traditional ‘deepwater triangle’ of West Africa, Latin America and the Gulf of Mexico, with significant increases in deepwater activity also expected offshore India relating to developments such as the Krishna-Godavari UD project and the continued development of Reliance’s Dhirubhai fields ; whilst offshore Malaysia the giant Rotan development is anticipated to require substantial investment, with the PFLNG-2 facility expected to be installed in 2018.
From an operator perspective, the forthcoming five years is expected to see Petrobras’ dominant market share decrease as a result of the increase in activity by independent operators such as Anadarko and Noble. Altogether, Infield Systems expects a total of 81 operators to direct capital expenditure towards the deep and ultra-deepwater sector over the 2014-2018 timeframe; an increase from 55 operators over the previous 2009-2013 period.
Purchasers of the Global Perspectives Deep & Ultra-deepwater Market Report To 2017 receive 12 months access to a database of fields in water depths of 500 metres and greater, being planned, or considered for development, in the current year and four years forward, worldwide. Deepwater Online (Essentials) is continually updated with the following information provided about each project:
The Deepwater Online (Essentials) access can be upgraded to Deepwater Online (Standard) or Deepwater Online (Professional), or to include either of the two Subsea Online packages: Standard or Professional. Prices for upgrades are detailed below.
Data sets can also be customised by including other field types or data sets from the Infield Offshore Energy Database, including: floating production systems, fixed platforms, subsea completions, pipelines, control lines, offshore loading, supply chain contracts, vessels, drilling rigs and onshore terminals or LNG and GTL plants and facilities. For customised data sets please contact email@example.com to discuss your specific requirements and to obtain a quotation.
Deepwater Online (Standard) identifies all fields in water depths of 300 metres and greater, which are currently producing, or being planned or considered for development, from the current year onwards, worldwide.
Deepwater Online (Professional) includes all fields within the Deepwater Online (Standard) data set, but also identifies the ownership (companies and percentage holdings) for each deepwater field. The ownership information is presented as a text column within the fields information for easy review and as a separate data set, with each percentage holding listed separately for detailed analysis.
Subsea Online (Standard) identifies all fields which are going to be developed with one or more subsea wells in the current year and four years forward, worldwide.
Subsea Online (Professional) identifies all fields, operational and future, which have been, or are going to be, developed with one or more subsea completions.
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