Global High-Pressure Oil and Gas Separator Market 2017-2021
The global HPOGS market is highly reliant upon the state of the global oil industry and the crude oil prices. The primary use of the product is concentrated in the upstream oil and gas industry. The recent rout in the global crude prices, leading to a reduction in drilling activities, is expected to have a significant effect on the course and the high-pressure separator market over the forecast period.
Technavio’s analysts forecast the global HPOGS market to grow at a CAGR of 1.24% during the period 2017-2021.
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The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global HPOGS market for 2017-2021. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenues generated from the sale of the HPOGS and estimated from the number of oil and gas exploration rigs operational worldwide.The market is divided into the following segments based on geography:
Technavio Announces the Publication of its Research Report – Global HPOGS Market 2017-2021
Technavio recognizes the following companies as the key players in the global HPOGS market: Alfa Laval, FMC Technologies, Frames Energy Systems, Halliburton, and M-I SWACO
Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: ACS Manufacturing, AMACS, Burgess-Manning, Cameron, eProcess Technologies, Exterran, Grand Prix Engineering, HAT International, HYDRASEP, Kirk Process Solutions, Kubco Decanter Services, KW International, Metano Impianti, China Oil HBP Technology, Oil Water Separator Technologies, Peerless Europe Limited, Separator Spares & Equipment, Sepco Process, SMICO Manufacturing, SOPAN O&M Company, Stanley Filter Company, Sulzer, Surface Equipment, and Zeta-Pdm
Commenting on the report, an analyst from Technavio’s team said: “The recent fall in the crude oil prices in the oil and gas industry has led to a decrease in rig counts globally. This has hampered the global HPOGS market negatively. For instance, Baker Hughes reduced rotary rigs by 21 to 934 in September 2016 from May 2016. This is 206 rigs lower than September 2015. The drastic reduction in the number of operational rigs can be attributed to weakened oil prices and increased rig efficiencies. Huge cuts in the capital budget of E&P companies have directly impacted the number of operational rigs. Many rigs have been put on idle or shutdown mode. On the other hand, between 2008 to 2015, the oil and gas production in the US increased while the number of rigs operated decreased. The rigs that are being manufactured currently are technologically more advanced and efficient. Over 2016-2020, the rig count is predicted to decrease until 2017. It is expected to stabilize after 2017 and increase in 2019 and 2020.”
According to the report, the global oil and gas industry has seen an increase in the unconventional oil and gas resources such as oil sands and shale oil and gas. Oil sands have been commercially produced since the 1960s. The Alberta basin in Canada is estimated to hold 1.7-2.5 trillion barrels of bitumen. The successful shale oil and gas extraction in the US since 2008 has led to an increase in the global oil and gas supply. The shale oil and gas production in the country has increased from 3.76 mbpd in 2011 to 7.41 mbpd in 2015. This drastic increase in oil and gas extraction has increased the number of rigs and related E&P equipment, including high-pressure separators.
Further, the report states that since mid-2014, crude oil prices are falling, which is negatively influencing the oil and gas industry. The falling crude oil price has become a major challenge for oil equipment companies. Companies are shutting down their wells and rigs as the revenue generated is not equal to the expenditure. The number of rigs in use by Baker Hughes has declined by 40%-60% from 2014-2016 during the past oil downturns. Companies have started shifting to the onshore rigs rather than offshore rigs as the cost incurred more than the cost incurred in onshore rigs. However, later when revenue was not generated as per the expectations or calculations, they started shifting toward offshore rigs owing to decrease in prices related to service providers and equipment. The oil equipment industry is affected indirectly as companies are not buying or renting the equipment due to the declining price.
Alfa Laval, FMC Technologies, Frames Energy Systems, Halliburton, M-I SWACO, ACS Manufacturing, AMACS, Burgess-Manning, Cameron, eProcess Technologies, Exterran, Grand Prix Engineering, HAT International, HYDRASEP, Kirk Process Solutions, Kubco Decanter Services, KW International, Metano Impianti, China Oil HBP Technology, Oil Water Separator Technologies, Peerless Europe Limited, Separator Spares & Equipment, Sepco Process, SMICO Manufacturing, SOPAN O&M Company, Stanley Filter Company, Sulzer, Surface Equipment, Zeta-Pdm.