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Oilfield Process Chemicals: Global Markets

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Oilfield Process Chemicals: Global Markets

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The world's energy needs are increasing as emerging economies such as China, India, Latin America and Africa develop their capabilities and raise the living standards of their populations. This BCC Research study estimates the five-year forecast for the oilfield process chemicals industry from 2014 through 2019. It also reviews the chemicals that are consumed in the exploration, drilling, and production of oil and gas globally. Growing and contracting segments, technological challenges that the industry is facing, and possible solutions to those challenges are highlighted in this report.

Use this report to:
- Receive an overview of the oilfield process chemicals market.
- Receive information on the structure of the industry.
- Review the chemicals that are consumed in the exploration, drilling, and production of oil and gas globally.
- Receive information on government regulations and policies.

Highlights
- The global market for oilfield process chemicals reached nearly $7.4 billion in 2013. This market is expected to grow to $7.7 billion in 2014 and nearly $9.7 billion in 2019, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.6%.
- The drilling chemicals segment of the market reached nearly $2.7 billion in 2013. This market is expected to grow to $2.8 billion in 2014 and $3.5 billion in 2019, with a CAGR of 4.6%.
- The stimulation fluids segment of the market is expected to grow to $1.6 billion in 2014 and $2 billion in 2019, a CAGR of 4.6%.

INTRODUCTION

STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
Oilfield process chemicals support the exploration and processing of crude oil and natural gas in the field. Various factors influence the demand for oilfield process chemicals. The world's energy needs are increasing as emerging economies such as China, India, Latin America and Africa develop their capabilities and raise the living standards of their populations. Crude oil and natural gas are critical to the energy supply chain. For this reason, many nations are looking to be self-sufficient in energy generation across the supply chain, resulting in a drive to secure feedstocks they can control. They do not want to rely on imports from nations that may have differing political agendas or ideals that are in conflict with theirs, or are located in regions of unrest and instability that could threaten the supply of key raw materials. In addition, most of the easy-to-extract oil in locations that can be easily accessed and supported has been recovered.

All of this generates a demand for energy companies to uncover rich sources of future fuel, leading to operations that drill deeper into the Earth's substructure, explore
deeper waters offshore and increase the exploitation of unconventional sources of oil and gas. In addition, companies are attempting to maximize the amount of oil and gas
that can be extracted from existing reservoirs by increasing the deployment of secondary and tertiary methods of recovery. This appetite for oil and gas leads to an increased market for chemicals which enable the above activities to take place.

This study was conducted to determine the future of the oilfield process chemicals industry on a worldwide scale. The forecast demand and production of oil will have a direct impact on the need for oilfield process chemicals. This study estimates the five-year forecast for the oilfield process chemicals industry from 2014 through 2019.
During this period, new oil and gas discoveries efforts to reduce environmental impact, and the drive for energy self-sufficiency will support the growth of the industry moving forward. Based on this information, BCC forecasts the oilfield process chemicals industry will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.6% over the next five years. This estimate is based on projections in the oil drilling, exploration and production sectors. It does not include the value of services and other products offered
by oilfield process chemical companies. Values have been confirmed with industry sources and industry experts.

REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
This report is an update of an earlier (2011) BCC Research study of the oilfield process chemicals industry. Exploration and production have rebounded from the lows of the
2008 and 2009 recession and, lead by North American shale assets, oil sands and the Gulf of Mexico's deepwater resources, the last three years have been a dynamic period
for the oil and gas industry. As the industry moves into 2014, investments in the energy renaissance are shifting from the upstream sector to midstream infrastructure,
refinery operations and petrochemical facilities.

In view of these trends, BCC Research has decided that this is an appropriate time to revise the 2011 report in order to provide readers with an up-to-date understanding of
the value and structure of the global oilfield process chemicals industry. Chemical manufacturing sales, a $7.4 billion industry, experienced rapid gains during the early
part of this century, with growth rates of over 10% year on year. The challenges associated with deeper drilling and coping with hotter and higher pressure environments, as well as the drive to recycle and reuse material, means the usage of specialty chemicals will only increase. This study will review the chemicals that are consumed in the exploration, drilling, and production of oil and gas globally. It will highlight growing and contracting segments, technological challenges that the industry is facing, and possible solutions to those challenges.

The information was obtained using standard research techniques of primary and secondary research, including but not limited to: library resources, the Internet, company quarterly and annual reports, published material, and discussions with industry experts and active players.

INTENDED AUDIENCE
This study will be of interest to chemical companies that manufacture specialty chemicals because it will identify segments of high growth and highlight the challenges that multifunctional and specialty chemicals might need to overcome. The study will also be of interest to oilfield service companies and oilfield companies active in the industry as well as university and research groups looking to exploit technology that has been developed in other industries. Finally, the study will be of interest to any company or investment firm looking at possible acquisitions or additions to their portfolio in the field of oilfield process chemicals.

SCOPE OF REPORT
The scope of this study includes only the chemicals used in the upstream part of the oilfield processes and market sizes that have been calculated at the manufacturing level rather than at the oilfield service sales level. In many cases, what material is in scope and what is out of scope is clear cut, and materials that are classified as minerals have been excluded. Where it is not so clear (as in the case of insoluble salts or the usage of material produced on-site) judgment has been made by the analysts based on discussions with industry experts. Chemicals in scope have been categorized in three different ways: by process application, by type, and by chemical function. Both past and current market performance of oilfield process chemicals is assessed.

Projected sales for the industry as a whole are forecast by application, type and function and the market is assessed on a worldwide scale. Impacts on the oil and gas industry are explained and the potential effects of political issues, environmental legislation and energy policies are also considered.

METHODOLOGY
Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing this market research report. BCC Research evaluated each market by application, type, and
function. To make projections for the future of oilfield process chemicals, the oil and gas industry was reviewed in terms of exploration, drilling and production. This was accomplished by evaluating the industry's forecast for exploration and production as well as recent oil reserve discoveries. Also taken into account were historical relationships between oilfield process chemicals and oil and gas production. EIA demand projections were also taken into account. Political situations were considered as was current and pending environmental legislation. Information directly related to the oilfield process chemicals industry was also analyzed.

Company annual reports were reviewed and sales values were confirmed by reliable sources. Company market shares were also confirmed and cross-referenced. The
chemicals discussed in this report are those qualifying for the functions listed.

INFORMATION SOURCES
Numerous information sources contributed to this study, including interviews with industry experts, research databases, technical abstracts, commerce publications,
government sources, financial and trade information, library resources, and the Internet.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 2
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 2
REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY 2
INTENDED AUDIENCE 3
SCOPE OF REPORT 3
METHODOLOGY 4
INFORMATION SOURCES 4
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS 4
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS 5
BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE 5
DISCLAIMER 5
CHAPTER 2 SUMMARY 7
SUMMARY TABLE GLOBAL MARKET FOR OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY
APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 9
SUMMARY FIGURE VALUE OF OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY APPLICATION,
2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 9
CHAPTER 3 OVERVIEW 11
INTRODUCTION 11
ENERGY DEMANDS VERSUS CHEMICAL CONSUMPTION 11
TABLE 1 WORLD PETROLEUM PRODUCTION, THROUGH 2019 (MILLION BARRELS
PER DAY) 12
FIGURE 1 WORLD PETROLEUM PRODUCTION, 2013-2019 (MILLION BARRELS PER
DAY) 12
TABLE 2 WORLD NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION, 2013-2019 (TRILLION CUBIC FEET) 12
FIGURE 2 WORLD NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION, 2013-2019 (TCF) 12
INDUSTRY SUMMARY 13
CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS 13
CHEMICAL TYPES 14
CHEMICAL FUNCTIONS 14
INDUSTRY BACKGROUND 15
EXPLORATION AND DRILLING 15
TABLE 3 DRILLING MUDS AND ADDITIVES 16
CEMENTING 17
TABLE 4 CEMENTING ADDITIVES AND THEIR PURPOSES 17
WORKOVER AND COMPLETION 18
TABLE 5 WORKOVER AND COMPLETION FLUIDS 19
STIMULATION AND PRODUCTION 19
TABLE 6 STIMULATION/PRODUCTION CHEMICALS 20
ENHANCED OIL AND GAS RECOVERY 20
TABLE 7 ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY APPLICATIONS AND PRODUCTS 22
CHAPTER 4 WORLDWIDE INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 24
OILFIELD CHEMICALS MARKET PLAYERS 24
TABLE 8 WORLDWIDE MARKETERS OF OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS, 2014 24
MARKET SHARES 30
TABLE 9 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY COMPANY, 2013 (%) 31
FIGURE 3 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY COMPANY, 2013 (%) 31
OILFIELD CHEMICALS MARKET PLAYERS 31
AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS 32
ASHLAND AQUALON FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS 32
BAKER HUGHES INC. 32
BAROID INDUSTRIAL DRILLING PRODUCTS 32
BASF CORP, 33
CANADIAN ENERGY SERVICES (CES) 33
CECA 33
CLARIANT OIL SERVICES 33
COASTAL CHEMICAL CO. LLC 33
DOW CHEMICAL CO. 34
DUPONT DE NEMOURS, E.I. 34
EMERY OLEOCHEMICALS GROUP (FORMERLY COGNIS DIVISION) 34
ENGENIUM CHEMICALS CORP. 34
FLEK (LLC FLEK) 35
HALLIBURTON CO. 35
INNOSPEC 35
KEMIRA OYJ 35
LAMBERTI S.P.A. 36
LUKOIL 36
MESSINA 36
M-I SWACO 36
MIRRICO 36
NALCO CHAMPION 37
NEWPARK 37
NUR CHEMICALS & ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES CO. 37
RHODIA S.A. 37
SCHLUMBERGER 37
SEKISUI SPECIALTY CHEMICALS AMERICA 37
SHRIEVE CHEMICAL GROUP 38
STEPAN 38
WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL 38
CHAPTER 5 GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND POLICIES 40
OPEC AND OTHER ALLIANCES 40
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS 41
TABLE 10 U.S. REGULATIONS SPECIFIC TO THE OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS
INDUSTRY 42
LEGISLATION FOLLOWING INCIDENTS 45
TOXICITY TESTING 45
IMPACT OF REACH FOR COMPANIES ACTIVE IN THE EU 46
GOVERNMENT SANCTIONS AND AGREEMENTS 46
POLITICAL UNREST 47
CHAPTER 6 MARKETS BY PRODUCT TYPES AND FUNCTION 49
TABLE 11 GLOBAL MARKET FOR OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY PRODUCT
TYPES, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 50
FIGURE 4 MARKET PERCENTAGE BY PRODUCT TYPE, 2013 (%) 50
SPECIALTY CHEMICALS 51
FUNCTIONS AND APPLICATIONS 51
TABLE 12 FUNCTIONS OF SPECIALTY CHEMICALS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS 52
MARKET FORECAST 52
TABLE 13 SPECIALTY CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 53
FIGURE 5 SPECIALTY CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 53
COMMODITY CHEMICALS 54
DISTRIBUTION 54
FUNCTIONS 55
TABLE 14 COMMODITY CHEMICALS AND THEIR FUNCTIONS 55
MARKET FORECAST 56
TABLE 15 COMMODITY CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, THROUGH 2015 ($ MILLIONS) 56
FIGURE 6 COMMODITY CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 56
POLYMERS 57
TABLE 16 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS POLYMER FUNCTIONS AND THEIR
APPLICATIONS 58
TABLE 17 POLYMER CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 58
FIGURE 7 POLYMER CHEMICAL SALES BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 58
GASES 59
TABLE 18 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS GASES AND THEIR APPLICATIONS 60
TABLE 19 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS GASES BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 61
FIGURE 8 OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS GASES AND THEIR REGIONAL SALES
FORECASTS, 2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 61
CHAPTER 7 MARKETS BY PRODUCT FUNCTION AND MANUFACTURERS 63
TABLE 20 GLOBAL MARKET FOR OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY FUNCTION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 63
FIGURE 9 GLOBAL MARKETS BY CHEMICAL FUNCTION, 2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 64
CORROSION CONTROL 65
FACTORS 65
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 65
TABLE 21 CORROSION CONTROL PRODUCTS 65
TABLE 22 CORROSION CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
($ MILLIONS) 67
FIGURE 10 CORROSION CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019
($ MILLIONS) 67
RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS 68
FACTORS 68
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 68
TABLE 23 RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS PRODUCTS 68
TABLE 24 RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS PRODUCTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 69
FIGURE 11 RHEOLOGY MODIFIERS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 69
VISCOSIFIERS 69
FACTORS 69
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 70
TABLE 25 VISCOSIFIERS PRODUCTS 70
TABLE 26 VISCOSIFIERS PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 70
FIGURE 12 VISCOSIFIERS PRODUCT FORECAST BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 70
SYNTHETIC-BASED MUDS 71
FACTORS 71
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 72
TABLE 27 SYNTHETIC-BASED MUDS PRODUCTS 72
TABLE 28 SYNTHETIC-BASED MUDS PRODUCTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 72
FIGURE 13 SYNTHETIC BASED MUDS PRODUCTS BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 72
SCALE CONTROL 73
FACTORS 73
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 74
TABLE 29 SCALE CONTROL PRODUCTS 74
TABLE 30 SCALE-CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 75
FIGURE 14 SCALE-CONTROL PRODUCT FORECAST BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 75
FLUID LOSS CONTROL 75
FACTORS 75
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 76
TABLE 31 FLUID LOSS CONTROL PRODUCTS 76
TABLE 32 FLUID LOSS CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
($ MILLIONS) 76
FIGURE 15 FLUID LOSS CONTROL PRODUCT FORECAST BY REGION, 2014 AND
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 76
CEMENT RETARDERS 77
FACTORS 77
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 77
TABLE 33 CEMENT RETARDERS PRODUCTS 78
TABLE 34 CEMENT RETARDERS PRODUCTS BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 78
FIGURE 16 CEMENT RETARDERS PRODUCTS BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 78
BACTERIAL CONTROL 79
FACTORS 79
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 79
TABLE 35 BACTERIAL CONTROL PRODUCTS 80
TABLE 36 BACTERIAL CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
($ MILLIONS) 80
FIGURE 17 BACTERIAL CONTROL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019
($ MILLIONS) 80
WAX AND ASPHALTENE CONTROL 81
FACTORS 81
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 82
TABLE 37 WAX AND ASPHALTENE CONTROL PRODUCTS 82
TABLE 38 WAX AND ASPHALTENE CONTROL PRODUCTS BY REGION, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 83
FIGURE 18 WAX AND ASPHALTENE CONTROL PRODUCTS BY REGION, 2014 AND
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 83
HYDRATE CONTROL 84
FACTORS 84
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 84
TABLE 39 HYDRATE CONTROL PRODUCTS 85
TABLE 40 HYDRATE CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY REGION, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 85
FIGURE 19 HYDRATE CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019
($ MILLIONS) 85
HYDROGEN SULFIDE CONTROL 86
FACTORS 86
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 86
TABLE 41 HYDROGEN SULFIDE CONTROL PRODUCTS 87
TABLE 42 HYDROGEN SULFIDE CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 87
FIGURE 20 HYDROGEN SULFIDE CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019
($ MILLIONS) 88
OIL AND WATER SEPARATION 88
FACTORS 88
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 89
TABLE 43 OIL AND WATER SEPARATION PRODUCTS 89
TABLE 44 OIL AND WATER SEPARATION CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 90
FIGURE 21 OIL AND WATER SEPARATION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014
AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 90
FOAM CONTROL 90
FACTORS 90
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 91
TABLE 45 FOAM CONTROL PRODUCTS 91
TABLE 46 FOAM CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET SHARE BY REGION, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 92
FIGURE 22 FOAM CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 92
MAINTENANCE AND UTILITY 92
FACTORS 92
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 93
TABLE 47 MAINTENANCE AND UTILITY CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 93
TABLE 48 MAINTENANCE AND UTILITY CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 93
FIGURE 23 MAINTENANCE AND UTILITY CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND
2019 ($ MILLIONS) 93
COMMODITY CHEMICALS 94
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 94
TABLE 49 COMMODITY CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 95
TABLE 50 COMMODITY CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 95
FIGURE 24 COMMODITY CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 95
MULTIFUNCTIONAL CHEMICALS 96
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 96
TABLE 51 MULTIFUNCTIONAL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 97
TABLE 52 MULTIFUNCTIONAL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 97
FIGURE 25 MULTIFUNCTIONAL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 97
SHALE CONTROL 98
FACTORS 98
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 98
TABLE 53 SHALE-CONTROL CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 99
TABLE 54 SHALE CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 99
FIGURE 26 SHALE CONTROL CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 99
ACIDIZING 100
FACTORS 100
PRODUCTS AND PROJECTED SALES 100
TABLE 55 ACIDIZING CHEMICAL PRODUCTS 101
TABLE 56 ACIDIZING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 101
FIGURE 27 ACIDIZING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 101
OTHER PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES 102
E-COMMERCE 102
CHAPTER 8 MARKETS BY PRODUCT APPLICATION 105
PRODUCT APPLICATION AND MANUFACTURERS 105
TABLE 57 GLOBAL MARKET FOR OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS BY APPLICATION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 106
FIGURE 28 ANNUAL SALES BY APPLICATION, 2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 106
DRILLING 107
TABLE 58 EXAMPLES OF PRODUCTS USED FOR DRILLING, INCLUDING DRILLING
MUDS AND THEIR ADDITIVES 108
TABLE 59 DRILLING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 109
FIGURE 29 DRILLING PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 109
WORKOVER AND COMPLETION FLUIDS 109
TABLE 60 WORKOVER AND COMPLETION FLUIDS PRODUCTS 110
TABLE 61 WORKOVER AND COMPLETION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION,
THROUGH 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 110
FIGURE 30 WORKOVER AND COMPLETION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014
AND 2019 ($ MILLIONS) 111
CEMENTING ADDITIVES 111
TABLE 62 CEMENT ADDITIVE AND SPECIALTY PRODUCTS 112
TABLE 63 CEMENTING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 112
FIGURE 31 CEMENTING CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 112
STIMULATION AND PRODUCTION CHEMICALS 113
TABLE 64 STIMULATION/PRODUCTION CHEMICALS 114
TABLE 65 STIMULATION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2017 ($
MILLIONS) 114
FIGURE 32 STIMULATION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 114
TABLE 66 PRODUCTION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 115
FIGURE 33 PRODUCTION CHEMICALS MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 115
ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY 116
TABLE 67 ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 119
FIGURE 34 `ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY MARKET BY REGION, 2014 AND 2019 ($
MILLIONS) 119
PROCESSES OF ENHANCED OIL RECOVERY 120
Specific Techniques 120
CO2 Injection 121
Nitrogen Injection 122
Water Injection 123
Chemical Injection 123
Microbiological Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR) 123
Steam Injection 124
Alternative/New Technologies 124
In Situ Combustion 124
THAI (Toe to Heel Air Injection) 124
SAGD (Steam Assisted Gravity Drainage) 125
Cold Flow Production 125
TABLE 68 EOR TECHNOLOGY CHEMICALS 125
CHAPTER 9 TECHNOLOGY 127
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 127
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT (R&D) 128
TABLE 69 IMPACTS OF NEW TECHNOLOGY PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AND
RESEARCH 128
NEW TECHNOLOGY 129
TABLE 70 PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT/IMPORTANT APPROACH 130
CHAPTER 10 PATENTS 132
TABLE 71 U.S. PATENTS (GRANTED AND PENDING) BY MAIN PROCESS APPLICATION,
2000-2014 132
TABLE 72 EUROPEAN/WORLD PATENTS (GRANTED AND PENDING) BY MAIN
PROCESS APPLICATION, 2000-2010 132
PATENTS BY COMPANY 133
TABLE 73 U.S. AND EUROPEAN PATENTS BY COMPANY, 2000-2014 133
CHAPTER 11 METHODS OF MANUFACTURE 135
MATERIALS 135
TABLE 74 LIST OF MATERIALS COMMONLY USED FOR THE MANUFACTURE OF
OILFIELD PROCESS CHEMICALS 135
MATERIAL COSTS 137
TABLE 75 INDUSTRY IMPACT OF MATERIAL COST FACTORS 137
CHAPTER 12 COMPANY EXPERTISE AND KNOW-HOW 139
TABLE 76 COMPANY EXPERTISE 139
CHAPTER 13 GROWTH OPPORTUNITIES 143
TABLE 77 WORLD CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION BY COUNTRY, THROUGH 2019
(MILLION BARRELS PER YEAR) 143
TABLE 78 WORLD NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION BY COUNTRY, THROUGH 2019
(TRILLION CUBIC FEET PER YEAR) 144
REGIONAL IMPACTS TO INDUSTRY 145
CHAPTER 14 INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 148
INDUSTRY DRIVING FORCES 148
STRATEGIES FOR STAYING COMPETITIVE 148
CYCLES AND OTHER WEAKNESSES ASSOCIATED WITH THE OIL AND GAS
INDUSTRY 149
TRADE PRACTICES 150
INDUSTRY LIFE CYCLE 150
Impact/Dependency on Other Industries 150
CRITERIA FOR SUCCESS 150
CHAPTER 15 APPENDIX 1: COMPANY PROFILES 154
COMPANY PROFILES 154
ADVANCED AROMATICS L.P. 154
AIR LIQUIDE, L' 154
AIR PRODUCTS AND CHEMICALS 154
AKZO NOBEL 155
AL SANEA CHEMICALS 155
ALBEMARLE 155
ANCHOR DRILLING FLUIDS USA INC. 155
AQUA CHEMICALS 156
ASHLAND AQUALON FUNCTIONAL INGREDIENTS 156
AUBIN 156
AVA S.P.A. 157
BAKER HUGHES INC, 157
BARIT URALA 157
BAROID INDUSTRIAL DRILLING PRODUCTS (HALLIBURTON) 157
BARZAGHI S.R.L. 158
BASF 158
BASF CORP. 158
BEFAR GROUP CO., LTD 158
BORREGAARD LIGNOTECH 159
BRITISH PETROLEUM CORP. (BP) 159
BWA WATER ADDITIVES 159
BYCOSIN AB 160
CABOT SPECIALTY FLUIDS LTD. 160
CANADIAN ENERGY SERVICES (CES) 161
CEBO INTERNATIONAL B.V. (CEBO HOLLAND B.V.) 161
CECA 161
CELANESE 161
CHAMPION TECHNOLOGIES 162
CHEMTURA 162
CHENGDU CATION CHEMISTRY CO., LTD. 162
CHEVRON 162
CHIMEC S.P.A. 163
CHINA PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY CORP. 163
CLARIANT OIL SERVICES 163
CNPC BOHAI DRILLING ENGINEERING CO., LTD. 164
COASTAL CHEMICAL CO. LLC 164
CONOCOPHILLIPS 164
CRODA INTERNATIONAL PLC 164
CYTEC INDUSTRIES 165
DI-CORP 165
DORF KETAL CHEMICALS PVT. LTD. 165
DOW CHEMICAL CO. 166
DRILLING SPECIALTIES CO. 166
DUPONT DE NEMOURS, E.I. 166
EMERY OLEOCHEMICALS GROUP 167
ENERCHEM INTERNATIONAL INC. 167
ENGENIUM CHEMICALS CORP. 167
ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGIES INC. 168
EXXONMOBIL 168
FLEK (LLC FLEK) 168
GCHEMICAL CO. 168
GLOBAL DRILLING FLUIDS & CHEMICALS LTD. 169
GULF COAST CHEMICAL 169
GUMPRO CHEM 169
HALLIBURTON CO. 169
HEBEI HUAYUN HONGYE CHEMICAL CORP. 170
INEOS OLIGOMERS 170
INNOSPEC 170
INNOVATIVE CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGIES CANADA LTD. (ICTC) 171
KEMIRA OYJ 171
KMCO 171
LAMBERTI S.P.A. 172
LUBRIZOL 172
LUKOIL 172
MARATHON OIL CO. 173
MARUBENI SPECIALTY CHEMICALS 173
MESSINA 173
M-I SWACO 173
MICRO BAC 174
MIDWEST CUSTOM CHEMICALS 174
MIRRICO 174
MOMENTIVE SPECIALTY CHEMICALS INC. 175
MONTELLO INC. 175
MULTI-CHEM 175
NALCO CHAMPION 175
NATIONAL CHEMICAL AND PETROLEUM INDUSTRIES 176
NAVDEEP CHEMICALS PVT. LTD. 176
NEWPARK 176
NUR CHEMICALS & ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES CO. 177
OCCIDENTAL PETROLEUM CORP. 177
OIL CHEM TECHNOLOGIES (OCT) 177
OPPENHEIMER BIOTECHNOLOGY INC. 178
PETROCHINA 178
PETROTREAT 178
PRODUCTION CHEMICAL INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS LTD. 178
PUYANG KAILI CHEMICAL CO., LTD. 179
QINGDAO OCEANVIEW INTERNATIONAL CO., LTD. 179
QUIMICA APOLLO S.A. DE C.V. 179
RAMEX AS 179
RE CHEM SERVICES GMBH 180
RECON TECHNOLOGY 180
REDA OILFIELD 180
ROEMEX LTD. 181
SANJEL CORP. 181
SCHLUMBERGER 181
SCOMI ANTICOR S.A. 182
SEKISUI SPECIALTY CHEMICALS AMERICA LLC 182
SETAC CHEMICAL CORP. 182
SHELL CHEMICALS, ROYAL DUTCH 182
SHELL INTERNATIONALE PETROLEUM MIJ B.V. 183
SHRIEVE CHEMICAL GROUP 183
SICHEM 183
SMC TECHNOLOGIES 183
STEPAN 184
SYRGIS PERFORMANCE CHEMICALS (PCHEM) 184
TBC-BRINADD 184
TIORCO 184
TOTAL S.A. 185
TRICAN WELL SERVICE LTD. 185
UNITOP CHEMICALS 185
VASUDHA CHEMICALS 186
WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL LTD. 186
WELL FLOW LLC 186
WILDCAT CHEMICALS AUSTRALIA PTY., LTD 186
CHAPTER 16 APPENDIX 2: REFERENCES 188
TABLE 79 REFERENCES 188



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ElasticBox, the agile application delivery manager, announced freely available public boxes for the DevOps community. ElasticBox works with enterprises to help them deploy any application to any cloud. Public boxes are curated reference boxes that represent some of the most popular applications and tools for orchestrating deployments at scale. Boxes are an adaptive way to represent reusable infrastructure as components of code. Boxes contain scripts, variables, and metadata to automate proces...
Puppet Labs has announced the next major update to its flagship product: Puppet Enterprise 2015.2. This release includes new features providing DevOps teams with clarity, simplicity and additional management capabilities, including an all-new user interface, an interactive graph for visualizing infrastructure code, a new unified agent and broader infrastructure support.
All major researchers estimate there will be tens of billions devices - computers, smartphones, tablets, and sensors - connected to the Internet by 2020. This number will continue to grow at a rapid pace for the next several decades. With major technology companies and startups seriously embracing IoT strategies, now is the perfect time to attend @ThingsExpo, November 3-5, 2015, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. Learn what is going on, contribute to the discussions, and e...
WebRTC services have already permeated corporate communications in the form of videoconferencing solutions. However, WebRTC has the potential of going beyond and catalyzing a new class of services providing more than calls with capabilities such as mass-scale real-time media broadcasting, enriched and augmented video, person-to-machine and machine-to-machine communications. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Luis Lopez, CEO of Kurento, will introduce the technologies required for implementing thes...
Amazon and Google have built software-defined data centers (SDDCs) that deliver massively scalable services with great efficiency. Yet, building SDDCs has proven to be a near impossibility for ‘normal’ companies without hyper-scale resources. In his session at 17th Cloud Expo, David Cauthron, founder and chief executive officer of Nimboxx, will discuss the evolution of virtualization (hardware, application, memory, storage) and how commodity / open source hyper converged infrastructure (HCI) so...
SYS-CON Events announced today that Pythian, a global IT services company specializing in helping companies leverage disruptive technologies to optimize revenue-generating systems, has been named “Bronze Sponsor” of SYS-CON's 17th Cloud Expo, which will take place on November 3–5, 2015, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. Founded in 1997, Pythian is a global IT services company that helps companies compete by adopting disruptive technologies such as cloud, Big Data, advance...
Puppet Labs is pleased to share the findings from our 2015 State of DevOps Survey. We have deepened our understanding of how DevOps enables IT performance and organizational performance, based on responses from more than 20,000 technical professionals we’ve surveyed over the past four years. The 2015 State of DevOps Report reveals high-performing IT organizations deploy 30x more frequently with 200x shorter lead times. They have 60x fewer failures and recover 168x faster
In today's digital world, change is the one constant. Disruptive innovations like cloud, mobility, social media, and the Internet of Things have reshaped the market and set new standards in customer expectations. To remain competitive, businesses must tap the potential of emerging technologies and markets through the rapid release of new products and services. However, the rigid and siloed structures of traditional IT platforms and processes are slowing them down – resulting in lengthy delivery ...
Consumer IoT applications provide data about the user that just doesn’t exist in traditional PC or mobile web applications. This rich data, or “context,” enables the highly personalized consumer experiences that characterize many consumer IoT apps. This same data is also providing brands with unprecedented insight into how their connected products are being used, while, at the same time, powering highly targeted engagement and marketing opportunities. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Nathan Trel...
In his session at @ThingsExpo, Lee Williams, a producer of the first smartphones and tablets, will talk about how he is now applying his experience in mobile technology to the design and development of the next generation of Environmental and Sustainability Services at ETwater. He will explain how M2M controllers work through wirelessly connected remote controls; and specifically delve into a retrofit option that reverse-engineers control codes of existing conventional controller systems so the...
Containers are not new, but renewed commitments to performance, flexibility, and agility have propelled them to the top of the agenda today. By working without the need for virtualization and its overhead, containers are seen as the perfect way to deploy apps and services across multiple clouds. Containers can handle anything from file types to operating systems and services, including microservices. What are microservices? Unlike what the name implies, microservices are not necessarily small,...
The web app is agile. The REST API is agile. The testing and planning are agile. But alas, data infrastructures certainly are not. Once an application matures, changing the shape or indexing scheme of data often forces at best a top down planning exercise and at worst includes schema changes that force downtime. The time has come for a new approach that fundamentally advances the agility of distributed data infrastructures. Come learn about a new solution to the problems faced by software organ...
U.S. companies are desperately trying to recruit and hire skilled software engineers and developers, but there is simply not enough quality talent to go around. Tiempo Development is a nearshore software development company. Our headquarters are in AZ, but we are a pioneer and leader in outsourcing to Mexico, based on our three software development centers there. We have a proven process and we are experts at providing our customers with powerful solutions. We transform ideas into reality.
With the Apple Watch making its way onto wrists all over the world, it’s only a matter of time before it becomes a staple in the workplace. In fact, Forrester reported that 68 percent of technology and business decision-makers characterize wearables as a top priority for 2015. Recognizing their business value early on, FinancialForce.com was the first to bring ERP to wearables, helping streamline communication across front and back office functions. In his session at @ThingsExpo, Kevin Roberts...