Well Stimulation Services in the US - Procurement Research Report

Well Stimulation Services Procurement in the US

This report is intended to assist buyers of well stimulation services, which boost production for new oil and gas wells and restore old wells to their original levels of productivity. In this report, well stimulation generally refers to hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” whereby massive amounts of fluid are pumped into a well at pressures that cause the reservoir formation to fracture. The resulting fractures are held open by proppants, typically sand, that provide conduits for hydrocarbons to flow into the well. Well stimulation services also include matrix acidization, which improves the permeability of a well’s reservoir formation by attacking impediments in the well without fracturing it. This report does not cover oilfield water management services.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

AT A GLANCE

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

PRICE ENVIRONMENT
Price Fundamentals
Price Drivers
Recent Price Trend
Price Forecast

PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS
Product Life Cycle
Total Cost of Ownership
Product Specialization
Related Goods
Substitute Goods
Regulation

Quality Control

SUPPLY CHAIN & VENDORS
Supply Chain Dynamics
Competitive Environment
Market Profitability
Switching Cost

PURCHASING PROCESS
Buying Basics
Key RFP Elements
NEGOTIATION STATISTICS

BUYER POWER SCORE COMPONENTS

JARGON & GLOSSARY

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