LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Technavio has added two new reports on next-gen oilfield technology to its growing library of market research.
The global digital oilfield market 2015-2019 and the global smart oilfield IT services market 2015-2019 reports are now available from the tech-focused research firm. The markets are expected to grow at CAGRs of 5.14% and 5.93% respectively, through the forecast period.
Cost reduction is the common denominator that is spurring growth in both markets.
“Oil prices have fallen to their lowest level since 2009, which has affected the profitability of producers. High efficiency at low cost has become a necessity for exploration and production projects around the world,” says Faisal Ghaus, Vice President of Technavio.
“The entire oil and gas industry needs to optimize operations, increase efficiency, and reduce operational costs, and we expect digital oilfield technology to gain prominence during the forecast period as it offers a high return on investment by increasing production efficiency,” adds Ghaus.
Integrating high tech systems in oilfield production provides concise, real-time, accurate information, and allows for better control and continuous monitoring of subsea infrastructure.
Additionally, companies are exploring reserves in more expensive, complex, and challenging environments that require high technical expertise and managing capabilities. Smart IT helps achieve greater efficiencies in infrastructure and equipment.
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