DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/p9qslj/oilfield) has announced the addition of the "Oilfield Equipment Rental Market by Drilling Equipment (Drill Pipe, Drill Collars, Heavy-Wate, Drill Subs), Pressure & Flow Control Equipment (BOP, Valves & Manifolds), Fishing Equipment and Other Equipment - Global Trends and Forecasts to 2019" report to their offering.
The oilfield equipment rental market will grow from an estimated $ 26,818 million in 2014 to $53,706 million by 2019 with a CAGR of 14.9% from 2014 to 2019
Most oilfield equipments are so expensive that it is better for the companies to rent instead of purchasing them. Renting provides significant savings over capital investment and helps in curtailing the inventory costs as well as the infrastructure to store the same. It also minimizes downtime, and hence the capital can be utilized for more profitable ventures.
The global oilfield rental equipment market is projected to exhibits high growth on an account of rising oil & gas prices and increased E&P activities, influenced by rising energy demand. The revenue for OER market was $23,300 million globally for the year 2013. The market is estimated to grow with a projected CAGR of 14.9%, owing to extensive drilling activities being carried out globally.
North America holds major market share followed by Asia-Pacific and Europe & Eurasia. In terms of individual countries, the market is dominated by U.S. on account of its flourishing drilling activities due to an increased focus on unconventional shale plays. Africa is projected to have the highest CAGR during next five years due to an increase in offshore E&P activities. Asia-Pacific market will be driven by increasing drilling activity especially in Australia, China, Russia and India. Whereas the flourishing oil & gas industry and increase in E&P spending will drive the growth in Latin American market due to the drilling activities taking place in Brazil.
Drilling equipment holds the major market share due to their wide usage among the various types of oilfield equipments. The factors driving growth in the OER market are increasing drilling activity; rising oil prices (which compensate for the uneconomical field productivity affinity of the oilfield operators to rent rather than buy the oilfield equipment, and advancement in technology. All these factors hugely favor renting of the oilfield tools. OER is a highly developing market despite having a large base due to growing energy demand.
The oilfield rental industry is very fragmented and offers opportunities for consolidation. This can be seen by the several major M&A activities taking place in the industry, as well as subsidiary formation by big players for the purpose of renting. There are very few industry leaders disconcerted over the optimal growth strategy for this market. In this industry, most of the players are very small and local rental companies.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Executive Summary
3 Premium Insights
4 Market Overview
5 Industry Trends
6 OER Market, By Type
7 Animal Feed Additives Market, By Geography
8 Competitive Landscape
9 Company Profiles
- FMC Technologies
- Halliburton Co.
- Oil States International Inc.
- Parker Drilling Co.
- Seventy Seven Energy Inc. (Chesapeake Energy Corporation)
- Superior Energy Services Inc.
- Weatherford International Ltd.
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