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Chemicals for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development Market Forecast 2014-2024

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Chemicals for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development Market Forecast 2014-2024

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Fracturing Fluid Additives for Shale Gas, Shale (Tight) Oil, Tight Gas & CBM

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Chemicals used in the development of unconventional oil and gas resources are an essential element for ensuring the adequate preparation, fracturing, completion and integrity of an unconventional well. Pumped into the wellbore at different times during the drilling and completion process, the chemicals have a variety of purposes, from initiating cracks, to distributing proppant and protecting tubulars and equipment used.

Shale gas, shale oil, tight gas and coalbed methane all undergo hydraulic fracturing that requires chemicals for preparation, stimulation and clean-up. The demand from these unconventional developments drives the market.

Indeed, the market for these chemicals is demand-side driven, with the development of the shale oil and gas industry of North America the primary factor. Supply-side constraints and price sensitivity are uncommon, with the 2012 spike in guar gum prices the exception.

This market report breaks down expenditure on chemicals for unconventional oil and gas development by region, nation and by the main types/groupings of chemical.
The global market for chemicals used by in unconventional oil and gas development is estimated to be worth $6,168.7m in 2014. Going forward the market experiences further boosts from the international development of shale and tight hydrocarbon resources, with Argentina, China and Russia the most prospective market opportunities for growth.

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• 127 tables, charts, and graphs
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- You will gain from our analyst's industry expertise allowing you to demonstrate your authority on how expenditure on chemicals will benefit from current and anticipated industry trends – in terms of the health of unconventional oil and gas developments in which chemicals will be used and in terms of the most important regional oil & gas industry developments

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• Discover forecasts of expenditure on chemicals for unconventional oil and gas development by 12 chemicals groupings and types in the oil & gas industry, as well as in-depth analysis, from 2014 to 2024:
- Gelling Agent
- Surfactant
- Clay Stabiliser
- Acid
- Biocide
- Breaker
- pH Adjusting Agent
- Iron Control
- Scale Inhibitor
- Crosslinker
- Corrosion Inhibitor
- Friction Reducer

• Forecasts of expenditure on chemicals for unconventional oil and gas development by region / nation, as well as in-depth analysis, from 2014 to 2024:
- Understand the prospects for the chemicals required for unconventional oil and gas development by the leading nations and regions – where will the expenditure be the highest and what opportunities exist for growth going forward?
- Learn about the market potential for companies providing chemicals, from 2014 onwards. You will see where and how opportunities exist with revealing individual market forecasts and analysis for regional markets from 2014-2024. The opportunities within each region are also assessed.
- Americas
- USA
- Canada
- Argentina
- Rest of Americas, with market outlooks for:
- Brazil
- Chile
- Colombia
- Mexico
- Asia
- China
- Rest of Asia
- Europe, with market outlooks for:
- Germany
- Holland
- Hungary
- Poland
- Slovenia
- Turkey
- UK
- Ukraine
- Russia
- The Rest of the World, with a discussion of prospects in:
- Australia
- Oman
- Saudi Arabia

• Explore the factors affecting chemicals suppliers, and all stakeholders manufacturing, supplying, distributing and deploying chemicals to develop unconventional oil and gas resources (shale and tight formations and coalbed methane) . Learn about the forces influencing market dynamics.
- Explore the political, economic, social, and technological (PEST) issues affecting expenditure. Learn about the following business critical issues –
- The demand markets available for chemicals for unconventional oil and gas development – shale gas, shale (tight) oil, tight gas and coalbed methane – including by region, over the coming 10 years.
- The different types of chemicals used, their role and the opportunities for market growth available.
- The strengths and opportunities for greater levels of expenditure by demand markets – the unconventional developments.
- Macro trends in the oil and gas industry of importance to expenditure on the chemicals.

• Identify the leading companies supplying chemicals for unconventional oil and gas development:
Our report reveals the companies of central importance to this market, including those supplying/distributing the chemicals and the dominant oilfield service providers. The report profiles the activities of these companies. Gain a thorough understanding of the competitive landscape with profiles of 10 leading companies examining their positioning and focus.
- Baker Hughes
- Halliburton
- Schlumberger
- Weatherford
- Chemplex Advanced Materials (Solvay Chemicals)
- Chem Rock Technologies
- IOC (Independence Oilfield Chemicals)
- Newpark Resources
- Rockwater Energy Solutions
- Tetra Chemicals

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1. Report Overview
1.1 Overview: Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives): Market Forecast 2014-2024
1.2 Market Segmentation: Chemicals Used For Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives): Market Forecast 2014-2024
1.3 Market Definition: Chemicals Used For Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives): Market Forecast 2014-2024
1.4 Why You Should Read This Report
1.5 How This Report Delivers
1.6 Key Questions Answered by This Analytical Report Include:
1.7 Who is This Report For?
1.8 Methodology
1.9 Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1.10 Associated Visiongain Reports
1.11 About Visiongain

2. Introduction
2.1 What are Unconventional Oil & Gas Developments?
2.2 Definition of Unconventional Oil & Gas Reserves
2.3 Chemicals Used in the Exploitation of Unconventional Oil & Gas Formations
2.4 Types of Hydraulic Fracturing
2.5 History of Unconventional Oil & Gas Development

3. Global Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
3.1 Demand Side Dynamics
3.1.1 Unconventional Gas Development Dynamics
3.1.2 Shale Gas
3.1.2.1 How Extensive Are Shale Gas Resources?
3.1.3 Tight Gas
3.1.4 Coalbed Methane
3.1.5 Shale (Tight) Oil Development Dynamics
3.2 Supply-Side Dynamics

4. Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives): Chemical Grouping/Type Submarkets 2014-2024
4.1 Market Sizing
4.2 Gelling Agent Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.3 Surfactant Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.3.1 Other Uses of Surfactants within the Oil & Gas Industry
4.4 Clay Stabiliser Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.5 Acid Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.5.1 Environmental Considerations
4.5.2 Supply Side Volatility and Price Regime Spike
4.6 Biocide Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.7 Breaker Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.8 pH Adjusting Agent Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.9 Iron Control Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.10 Scale Inhibitor Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.11 Crosslinker Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.12 Corrosion Inhibitor Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024
4.13 Friction Reducer Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development: Submarket 2014-2024

5. Regional and National Markets for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.1 Americas Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.1.1 US Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.1.1.1 General Supply & Demand Dynamics and Their Impact on Unconventional Oil & Gas Development Expenditure
5.1.1.2 Overall Drivers & Restraints for Unconventional E&P CAPEX in the US
5.1.1.3 Outlook for Shale Gas Expenditure
5.1.1.3.1 What are the Economics of Shale Gas Drilling and Completion in North America?
5.1.1.4 How Significant is the Shift from 'Dry Gas' to Liquids-Rich Plays?
5.1.1.5 Outlook for Expenditure on Tight Gas in the US
5.1.1.5.1 Regional Distribution of Tight Gas Assets and CAPEX Focus
5.1.1.5.2 US Tight Gas Economics
5.1.1.6 Outlook for Expenditure on Shale and Tight Oil Development
5.1.2 Canadian Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.1.2.1 Factors Driving and Restraining Unconventional Oil & Gas Development in Canada
5.1.2.2 Key Factors for Investment Growth
5.1.3 Argentinean Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.1.3.1 Factors Driving and Restraining Unconventional Oil & Gas Development in Argentina
5.1.3.2 Shale Formation Drilling
5.1.3.3 Key Factors for Investment Growth
5.1.3.4 Tight Gas E&P Activity in Argentina
5.1.4 Rest of Americas Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.1.4.1 Brazilian Market Outlook for Chemicals Used in Unconventional Oil and Gas Development
5.1.4.2 Chilean Market Outlook for Chemicals Used in Unconventional Oil and Gas Development
5.1.4.3 Colombian Market Outlook for Chemicals Used in Unconventional Oil and Gas Development
5.1.4.3.1 Companies Active in Colombian Shale Oil Development
5.1.4.3.2 What Will Drive Investment in the Colombian Shale Oil Industry
5.1.4.4 Mexican Market Outlook for Chemicals Used in Unconventional Oil and Gas Development
5.1.4.4.1 Mexican Unconventional Resources
5.1.4.4.2 Barriers to Unconventional Mexican Unconventional Oil & Gas Development
5.2 Asian Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.2.1 Chinese Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.2.1.1 Drivers of Expenditure on Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in China
5.2.1.2 Restraints on Expenditure on Unconventional Oil & Gas Development in China
5.2.2 Rest of Asia Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.2.2.1 India's Expanding CBM Industry
5.2.2.2 Unconventional Gas Development in Pakistan
5.2.2.2.1 Tight Gas in Pakistan
5.2.2.3 Natural Gas Pricing in India
5.2.2.4 Distances from Existing Infrastructure
5.2.2.5 Infancy of Unconventional Oil and Gas Industries
5.2.2.6 Economic and Political Instability
5.3 European Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.3.1 How Will European Gas Pricing Affect Unconventional Gas Development in Europe?
5.3.2 Polish Prospects for Chemical Sales to the Unconventional Oil & Gas Industry
5.3.3 UK Prospects for Chemical Sales to the Unconventional Oil & Gas Industry
5.3.4 Ukraine Prospects for Chemical Sales to the Unconventional Oil & Gas Industry
5.3.5 Other European Unconventional Gas Prospects and Potential Demand Markets for Chemicals
5.3.5.1 Dutch Unconventional Gas Outlook
5.3.5.2 German Unconventional Gas Outlook
5.3.5.3 Hungarian Unconventional Gas Outlook
5.3.5.4 North Sea Unconventional Gas Outlook
5.3.5.5 Slovenian Unconventional Gas Outlook
5.3.5.6 Turkish Unconventional Gas Outlook
5.4 Russian Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.4.1 Shale (Tight) Oil Development in Russia and its Impact on Chemicals Expenditure
5.4.2 Limiting Factors upon Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development
5.5 Rest of the World (RoW) Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) 2014-2024
5.5.1 Outlook for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development in Australia
5.5.1.1 East Asian LNG Demand
5.5.1.2 Cooper Basin Unconventional Oil and Gas Development
5.5.1.3 Coalbed Methane
5.5.1.4 Shale (Tight) Oil Prospects
5.5.1.5 Tight Gas in Perth Basin (West Coast Market
5.5.1.6 High Cost of Domestic Gas
5.5.1.7 How Does Supply Chain Orientation Affect Market Development
5.5.1.8 Summary of Drivers & Restraints on Australian Unconventional Oil & Gas Development
5.5.2 Omani Tight Gas Development
5.5.3 Saudi Arabian Shale Gas
5.5.4 Focus on Tight Gas and CBM in RoW
5.5.5 Other Factors Affecting Unconventional Oil & Gas Development in the RoW

6. Barriers to Entry Analysis for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives)

7. PEST Analysis of Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives)

8. Expert Opinion
8.1 Chemplex Advanced Materials
8.1.1 Chemplex Advanced Materials
8.1.2 Chemplex Advanced Materials: Competitors
8.1.3 Operational Reach
8.1.4 Consumption Trends in the Fracturing Fluid Chemicals Industry
8.1.5 Pump Maintenance and Fracture Fluid Composition
8.1.6 Market Expansion Outside of the US
8.1.7 Plateau of Fracturing in the US
8.1.8 Emerging and Marginal Plays
8.1.9 The Biggest Challenges Affecting the Fracturing Fluid Chemicals Industry
8.1.10 Where Do You Think Your Industry Will Be in Five Years Time?
8.1.11 Any Game-Changers in the Supply of Chemicals to the Unconventional Oil & Gas Industry?
8.1.12 Acid Usage in Unconventional Oil & Gas Fracturing

9. Leading Companies within the Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives)
9.1 Prominent Chemical Solution Suppliers for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development
9.1.1 Chemplex Advanced Materials (Solvay Chemicals)
9.1.2 Chem Rock Technologies
9.1.3 IOC (Independence Oilfield Chemicals)
9.1.4 Newpark Resources
9.1.5 Rockwater Energy Solutions
9.1.6 Tetra Chemicals
9.1.7 Other Prominent Suppliers of Chemicals for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development
9.2 Oilfield Service Companies
9.2.1 Baker Hughes
9.2.2 Halliburton
9.2.3 Schlumberger
9.2.4 Weatherford
9.3 Leading Multi-National Chemicals Supplying Chemicals for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development

10. Conclusions & Recommendations
10.1 Outlook for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives)
10.2 Key Findings

11. Glossary

List of Tables

Table 1.1 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development, 2013-2024, by Region, Nation and Chemical Type ($m, AGR%)
Table 2.1 Chemical Grouping/Type, Purpose
Table 3.1 Global Expenditure on Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives): Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, CAGR%, Cumulative)
Table 4.1 Expenditure on Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) by Region, 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, Cumulative)
Table 4.2 Gelling Agent Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.3 Surfactant Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.4 Clay Stabiliser Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.5 Acid Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.6 Biocide Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.7 Breaker Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.8 pH Adjusting Agent Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.9 Iron Control Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.10 Scale Inhibitor Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.11 Crosslinker Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.12 Corrosion Inhibitor Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 4.13 Friction Reducer Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.1 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development by Nation/Region, 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%, Cumulative)
Table 5.2 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Americas 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.3 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the US 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.4 US LNG Export Terminals Proposed
Table 5.5 US Unconventional Oil & Gas Market Drivers and Restraints
Table 5.6 A Comparison of Major North American Shale Plays by Area (sq. miles), Depth (ft), Thickness (ft)
Table 5.7 US Shale Gas Market Drivers and Restraints
Table 5.8 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Canada, 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.9 Canadian Unconventional Oil & Gas Market Drivers and Restraints
Table 5.10 Canadian LNG Export Terminals (Name, Owner(s), Export Capacity, Cost, Status)
Table 5.11 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Argentina 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.12 Argentine Chemicals for Unconventional Oil & Gas Market Drivers & Restraints
Table 5.13 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Rest of the Americas, 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.14 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Asia 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.15 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in China 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.16 Chinese Unconventional Oil & Gas Market Drivers and Restraints
Table 5.17 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Rest of Asia, 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.18 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Europe 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.19 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Russia 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.20 Drivers & Restraints on the Russian Market for Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives)
Table 5.21 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Rest of the World (RoW), 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %, Cumulative)
Table 5.22 Australian LNG Export/Liquefaction Terminals Under Construction (Location, Operator/Owner, Capacity, Construction Cost $, Earliest Start Date)
Table 5.23 Summary of Australian Drivers & Restraints
Table 7.1 PEST Analysis of Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives)
Table 9.1 Leading Suppliers of Chemicals for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development
Table 9.2 Other Prominent Companies Supplying Chemicals to the Unconventional Oil & Gas Industry
Table 9.3 Major Multi-National Chemicals Companies Supplying Chemicals to the Unconventional Oil & Gas Industry

List of Figures

Figure 1.1 Shale (Tight) Oil & Dry Shale Gas Production in the US, 2006-2013 (bcfd)
Figure 1.2 Chemicals Used by the Unconventional Oil & Gas Industry Market Structure, by Chemical Grouping/Type
Figure 1.3 Chemicals Used by the Unconventional Oil & Gas Industry Market Structure, by Regional & National Market (Red Denotes Numerical Individualised Market Forecast – All Others Include a Market Outlook)
Figure 1.4 National & Regional Market Spaces Covered by Report Forecasts
Figure 2.1 Conventional & Unconventional Hydrocarbon Resources Cross-Section
Figure 2.2 Natural Gas Resource Triangle
Figure 3.1 Global Expenditure on Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives): Market Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR%)
Figure 3.2 Regional Shale Gas Resource Estimates (tcf)
Figure 4.1 Expenditure on Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) by Chemical Type/Grouping, 2014-2024 ($m)
Figure 4.2 Expenditure on Chemicals Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development (Fracturing Fluid Additives) by Chemical Type/Grouping, Cumulative Spending 2014-2024 ($m)
Figure 4.3 Gelling Agent Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.4 Gelling Agent Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.5 Surfactant Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.6 Surfactant Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.7 Clay Stabiliser Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.8 Clay Stabiliser Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.9 Acid Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.10 Acid Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.11 Biocide Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.12 Biocide Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.13 Breaker Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.14 Breaker Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.15 pH Adjusting Agent Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.16 pH Adjusting Agent Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.17 Iron Control Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.18 Iron Control Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.19 Scale Inhibitor Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.20 Scale Inhibitor Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.21 Crosslinker Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.22 Crosslinker Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.23 Corrosion Inhibitor Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.24 Corrosion Inhibitor Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 4.25 Friction Reducer Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Forecast 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 4.26 Friction Reducer Used for Unconventional Oil & Gas Development, Expenditure Market Share Forecast 2014 (%)
Figure 5.1 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development by Nation/Region, 2014-2024, 2014-2024 ($m)
Figure 5.2 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development by Nation/Region, 2014 Market Share Forecast (%)
Figure 5.3 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development by Nation/Region, 2019 Market Share Forecast (%)
Figure 5.4 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development by Nation/Region, 2024 Market Share Forecast (%)
Figure 5.5 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development by Nation/Region, Market Share Change 2014-2024 (%)
Figure 5.6 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development by Nation/Region, CAGRs 2014-2019, 2019-2024, 2014-2024 (%)
Figure 5.7 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development by Nation/Region, Cumulative Spending 2014-2024 ($m)
Figure 5.8 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Americas 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.9 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Americas
Figure 5.10 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the US 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.11 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the US
Figure 5.12 US & China Natural Gas Consumption, 2010-2040 (tcf/y)
Figure 5.13 Henry Hub Natural Gas Price ($/MMBtu), April 2004-April 2014
Figure 5.14 US Rig Count, January 2007January 2014 (Number of Oil Rigs, Number of Gas Rigs, %Gas)
Figure 5.15 North Dakota Natural Gas Production, 2000-2011 (mmcfd)
Figure 5.16 Major US Shale Formation Production 2010-2013 (Bcf/d)
Figure 5.17 North American Shale Plays
Figure 5.18 Breakeven Prices for Top North American Shale Plays & Henry Hub Price ($/MMBtu)
Figure 5.19 US Spot (Henry Hub) Gas Price Short Term Forecast 2013-2015 ($/MMBtu)
Figure 5.20 US Tight Gas Plays, Lower 48 States
Figure 5.21 US Tight Gas Reserves, by region (tcf, % total)
Figure 5.22 US Tight Gas Historical Production and Production Forecast, 1997-2024 (tcf)
Figure 5.23 Tight Gas Return on Investment (ROI) Analysis: Fixed $2.5m CAPEX ($m) & Variable Estimated Ultimate Recovery (EUR) (bcf) vs. ROI (%)
Figure 5.24 Tight Gas Return on Investment (ROI) Analysis: Fixed 4.0bcf Estimated Ultimate Recovery (EUR) & Variable CAPEX ($m) vs. ROI (%)
Figure 5.25 US Sources of Natural Gas 1990-2022 Actual & Forecast (tcf)
Figure 5.26 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Canada, 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.27 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Canada
Figure 5.28 Oil and Gas Drilling Rigs in Canada, 2012-2014 (Number of Rigs)
Figure 5.29 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Argentina 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.30 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Argentina
Figure 5.31 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Rest of the Americas, 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.32 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Rest of the Americas
Figure 5.33 Brazilian Natural Gas Import/Export Balance, 2004-2012 (bcm/y)
Figure 5.34 Chilean Gross Domestic Product, 2006-2012 ($bn, AGR%)
Figure 5.35 Colombian Oil Production 1998-2013 (000's bpd)
Figure 5.36 Mexican Oil Production and Exports (000's bpd); Natural Gas Consumption, Production and Shortfall (bcm/y)
Figure 5.37 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Asia 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.38 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Asia
Figure 5.39 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in China 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.40 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in China
Figure 5.41 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Rest of Asia, 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.42 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Rest of Asia
Figure 5.43 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Europe 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.44 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Europe
Figure 5.45 Rotliegend Formation – Conventional and Unconventional Development of the Formation is Marked
Figure 5.46 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Russia 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.47 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in Russia
Figure 5.48 Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Rest of the World (RoW), 2014-2024 ($m, AGR %)
Figure 5.49 Market Share Forecast 2014, 2019, 2024 (%) for Expenditure on Chemicals for Unconventional Oil and Gas Development in the Rest of the World (RoW)
Figure 5.50 Australian Gas Markets
Figure 5.51 Australian Coalbed Methane Reserve Locations
Figure 6.1 Barriers to Entry vs. National Market Size vs. AGR% 2013 ($m, AGR%)

Companies Listed

3Chem
A&C
Ace Completions
Advanced Energy Solutions, L.L.C.
Aegis
Agri-Empresa
Alturas LLC
America Petrogas
Anadarko
Annova LNG LLC
Apache Corp
Aquaness Chemical
Archer - The Well Company
Argent Marine Management, Inc.
Ascent Resources
Ashland Inc.
ASK Chemical
Aspen Polymers
Aspen Rentals, Inc
AST Chemicals
Astro-Chem Lab, Inc.
AtlaGas
Aurora Resources Corporation
AWE
Azko Nobel
Aztec Drilling
Baker Hughes
Barca LNG LLC
Base Group (Base Chemicals)
BASF
Basic Energy Services
BB Chemicals
BC LNG Export Cooperative
Beach Energy
Berry Petroleum
BG Group
Bill Barrett
Bio-Cide International, Inc
Blue Ribbon
Bosque
BP
Brenntag
Bridas Corporation
C&J Energy Services
Calfrac
Cameron LNG
Canacol
Canexus
Carbo Ceramics
Carib Energy
Catalyst Oilfield Services
CE FLNG, LLC
Chemlogics
Chemplex Advanced Materials (Solvay Chemicals)
Chemrock
Cheniere Marketing
Chesapeake
Chevron
Clearwater International LLC
Clearwater Speciality Chemical Co.
CNOOC
Cochran Chemical
CoilChem
Colossal Chemical
ConocoPhillips
Cordillera Energy Partners
Core Labs
CorsiTech
Crescent Point Energy
CrownQuest
Cuadrilla Resources
Cudd Energy Services
Danlin Ind.
Dart Energy
Delfin LNG LLC
Devon Energy
DFT Inc.
Dominion Cove Point LNG
Dow Chemical
Dow Oil & Gas
DPC Industries
Drillsearch
DuPont
Eastman
EBN
Economy Polymers
ENAP
Encana
Endura Products
ENI
Ensign Well Services Inc
EOG Resources
Eos LNG LLC
Escudero
ESP PetroChemicals, Inc.
Excelerate Liquefaction Solutions
ExxonMobil
Falcon Oil and Gas
Fenix Consulting Delft
Flour
Forest Oil
Forquest
Frac Chem
Freeport-McMoRan Energy
Fritz Industries
FTS International
FX Energy
Gasfin Development
Gastar
Gazprom
GazpromNeft
Geosafe Chemicals
Gibsons
GoFrac LLC
Golar
Golden Pass Products LLC
Great Eastern Energy Corporation Ltd. (GEECL)
Gulf Coast LNG Export
Gulf LNG Liquefaction Company
Haisla
Halliburton
Hess Corporation
Hoegh
Husky Energy
Imerys
Imetame Energia
Independence
Inpex
International Polymerics
IOC (Independence Oilfield Chemicals)
Iskander Energy
Jacam Chemicals
JKX Oil and Gas
Jordan Cove Energy Project, L.P.
K. D. Timmons, Inc.
Kaiser-Francis
Kel-Tech Inc.
Kemira
Khimprom
Kings Chemical Service
KOGAS – Korea Gas Corporation
Kroff Chemical
Lake Charles Exports, LLC
Linn Energy
LNG Development Company (Oregon LNG)
LNG Partners
Lone Star Industries
Lonza
Louisiana LNG Energy LLC
Lukoil
Magnolia LNG
Main Pass Energy Hub
Marathon
Mari Gas Company Ltd
MGM Energy Corporation
Mitsubishi Corporation
Mitsubishi Specialty Chemicals
MOL Group
Momentive
Nadra Yuzivska LLC
Nalco Champion
New Times Energy Corporation
Newfield
Newpark Resources
Oil Chem Technologies
Oman Gas Company
Oman LNG
Oman's Oil Company for Exploration and Production (OOCEP)
Omega Treating Chemicals
OMV
Origin Energy
Pangea LNG (North America) Holdings
Parchem
PDVSA
PEMEX – Petroleos Mexicanos
Penn Virginia
Petra Energia SA
PetroChina (CNPC)
Petronas, Japex, Progress Energy
Petroplex
Petrowayuu
PfP Technology
Pieridae Energy Canada Ltd.
Polish Oil & Gas Company
Poltava Petroleum Company
PPG Industries
Pro-Stim Chemicals
Quantum Energy Chemicals
Range Resources
Repsol
RIL – Reliance Industries Limited
Rocanda
Rockwater Energy Solutions
Rosneft
RSI Refinery Specialties
RWE
Sabine Pass Liquefaction
SACHEM
Sachem
San Leon Energy
Sandtrol
Santos
Sasol
SB Power Solutions Inc.
Schlumberger
SCT&E LNG, LLC
Senex Energy
Serinus Energy
Shell
Shrieve Chemical
Sino Gas and Energy
Sinopec
Skyline Chemical
Smart Chemicals Services
SNF Floerger
Solvay
Southern LNG Company
Southwestern Energy
Spectra Energy
Statoil
StimTeq
Strom Inc.
Swift Energy
Synergy Oil & Gas
SynOil Energy Services
Talisman
Terra Expro
Tetra Chemicals
Texas LNG LLC
Thatcher Company
Thomas Petroleum
Tiger Energy Partners
TNK-BP
Total S.A.
Trican Well Services Ltd.
Trunkline LNG Export
Ultra Petroleum
United Oilfield Services
Univar
Valley Solvents
Valuera Energy
Venture Global LNG
Vertex Chemicals
WadeCo Specialities
Waller LNG Services
Water Mark Technologies
Weatherford
Wintershall
WK Merriman
X CHEM
XTO Energy
YPF

Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report

Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Board
Alberta Geological Survey
American Petroleum Institute (API)
Australian Department of Resources, Energy & Tourism
Australian Petroleum Production and Exploration Association
Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (India)
FARC - The Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia
Government of New South Wales, Australia
Ministry of Land and Resources (China)
Ministry of Water Resources (China)
National Development and Reform Commission of China (NDRC)
National Energy Administration of China (NEA)
Queensland Government, Australia
Revenue Watch Institute
SPE (Society of Petroleum Engineers)
The Indian Directorate General of Hydrocarbons
United States Geological Survey (USGS)
US Coast Guard (USCG)
US Department of Energy (DoE)
US Department of the Interior
US Energy Information Administration (EIA)
US Federal Energy Regulation Commission (FERC)
US Maritime Administration (MARAD)
US Security and Exchange Commission (SEC)
World Trade Organisation


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