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Global Perspectives Deep & Ultra-deepwater Oil & Gas Market Update Report 2005/09

Sector Forecasts & Analysis
For each sector, identifies the development and the evaluation of all known prospects. Specific analysis is available for each sector, wells, floating production, subsea, fixed platforms, pipelines, risers and umbilicals.

Global Forecasts
Forecasts and capital expenditure figures are provided by region, component, operator and field owner with a number of conventional and alternative model profiles. Includes forecast spend by actual year as well as alternative perspectives with expenditure by order year and year on-stream for each of the key sectors and regions.

Comprehensive Project Listings
Comprehensive Project Listings Purchasers will receive 12 months’ free InfieldOnline access to a database, updated weekly, of all projects being considered for development 2005/09 in water depths greater than 500 m. Online access provides a field by field project listing detailing;

• operators
• project name
• water depths
• high temperature/high pressure
• location
• production rates,
• reserves
• project status
• development type
• on stream year
• depletion year
• nos subsea & surface wells

A sample database is available at
Subscriptions can upgrade to include additional information.

OFFPEX™ Modelling System

OFFPEX™ is a highly developed and complex modelling and
forecasting system that utilises a wide range of market drivers
including macro-economic, technoeconomic and business processes to forecast the scheduling and value of projects, component by component.

The OFFPEX™ system incorporates Infield’s global Offshore Energy Database to produce detailed financial and business models including capital expenditure and supply/demand.

These models are fully scalable and adaptable, from individual field development elements through to company, national, regional and global forecasts and scenarios Timelines range from projects in the 1920’s to decommissioning projects scheduled at the end of this Century.

This is only one of a series of reports that cover the market,
technology and players.

• Deep & Ultra-deepwater
• Subsea
• Floating Production
• FSO’s
• Fixed Production
• Decommissioning

Infield Energy Data Analysts
Infield has been providing accurate, timely and detailed data and information on the worldwide oil and gas industry since 1986. Now widely acknowledged as one of the definitive independent reference sources, Infield has developed a range of products and services designed to assist senior executives with their business decisions. For more information please visit To purchase a copy of Deep & Ultra-deepwater Market Update 2005-2009 visit the Infield online shop.

Download a pdf for a leaflet giving details of the report and an order form.

The Second Edition of this Global Perspectives Market Report,
published by Infield Energy Data Analysts, provides an in-depth
analysis of the global deep and ultra-deepwater sector over the years 2000 to 2009. Detailed forecasts for the period 2005-2009 are provided.

The report brings together the Infield Offshore Energy Database, the OFFPEX™ Market Modelling and Forecasting System and Infield’s analytical expertise to produce a unique insight into the values, drivers and prospects for this sector.
The OFFPEX™ system allows a bottom up approach to the forecast with all the field infrastructure considered and analysed.

New to the 2005-2009 Edition

Infield’s analytical team have provided a comparative analysis of the current forecast to the 2004 forecast. The concept is to provide companies with a much more fundamental understanding of the forecasting process and the drivers that have an impact upon the dynamics of the market.

New Deepwater Discoveries

In the period to April 2005, 10 new deepwater discoveries have been announced, compared to 38 in 2004 and 54 in 2003. A further 29 fields are expected to be brought into production in 2005 and there are 195 deepwater fields slated for development for 2005/09 with a total of 37,279 MMBOE, compared to 91 for the period 2000/04.

• Infield’s forecasts a total spend of US$68,895M for 2005/09 in this sector.

The report will also highlight the increasing importance of offshore ultra-deepwater developments (+1500M). Infield has identified 34 Ultradeepwater prospects 2005/09, with total reserves of 5,591 MMBOE. This compares to 17 for the period 2000/04.

Offshore Prospects & Forecasts
In the Deep & Ultra-deepwater Market Update 2004/08 Infield’s forecast showed continued growth in activity for deepwater development; US$20.9bn on world floating production & fixed platform facilities, US$17.7bn on subsea and US$18.5bn on control lines, umbilicals, risers and flowlines.

The new report provides an updated forecast for 2005/09.

Underlying Market Drivers

Investigates the main and secondary drivers, re-investment rates, oil price sensitivity, politics, economics, production, energy demand, technology, infrastructure, subsidy, grants and taxation modularity.

The Global Market Potential
Examines prospects for both Deep & Ultra-deepwater by projects, reserves and production identifying the market potential trends by region, water depth, operator, field ownership and development type.

Regional Forecasts & Analysis
For each of the main regions - Africa, Asia, Australasia, Europe, the Middle East, North America and Latin America the report looks at recent important activity, analysis of all known prospects, field sales, mergers and discoveries.

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