Research and Markets: Africa Well Intervention Market Forecast To 2018, Analysis By Region, Well Intervention Types, Competitive Landscape, Deal Analysis
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/rlvb5w/africa_well) has announced the addition of the "Africa Well Intervention Market Forecast To 2018, Analysis By Region, Well Intervention Types, Competitive Landscape, Deal Analysis" report to their offering.
“Africa Well Intervention Market Forecast To 2018, Analysis By Region, Well Intervention Types, Competitive Landscape, Deal Analysis”
Africa's well intervention market is expected to reach $1.49 billion, up from $0.85 billion in 2013, at a CAGR of 11.9%.
Africa is home to some of the fastest growing economies. Most of them were encouraged by new discoveries of oil and gas. According to EIA, 16 of the 54 countries in Africa are oil exporters. Africa's potential for future oil and gas remains exceedingly positive, with ongoing drilling activity in the East and West Africa.
Offshore oil and gas in Africa stretching over 12 countries and is called Gulf of Guinea. The Gulf is significant producer of oil and gas and is now attracting significant amounts of foreign direct investments targeted at Africa's oil and gas. Mordor Intelligence predicts the trend continues to rise in the coming future.
Key Topics Covered:
2 Report Guidance & Description
3 Overview and Well Intervention Scenario
4 Market Overview
5 Offshore Production & Reserves
6 Onshore Production & Reserves
7 Drivers & Constraints
8 Cases of Loss of Well Integrity
9 Africa Well Intervention Demand
10 Company Profiles
11 Well Intervention Supply
12 Intervention Vessel Work Scopes
13 Financial Deals Landscape
14 Recent Developments
- Aker Solutions Asa
- Archer - The Well Company
- Baker Hughes Inc.
- Cudd Energy Services
- FMC Technologies Inc.
- Haliburton Co
- Helix Energy Solutions Group Co
- Weatherford International Ltd
- Welltec International Aps
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