North America is expected to lead the market in the coming decade with more than 50 per cent of the market share, given the ongoing shale boom and increasing drilling activity both onshore and offshore across the country. As a result of this, most of the companies operate in this region.
Global oil field rental services market is now finding its feet as a fastest growing market, given the ever increasing energy demand, increasing shale activity and offshore exploration activities. Oil and gas extraction requires huge machinery and equipment. Many of the operators cannot afford to own all the equipment required for extraction. In that case, they would simply take the required equipment on rent or lease, thereby reducing the capital expenditures and operational costs.
The oil field rental services are a developing market driven primarily by the increasing drilling activity across the world. However demand for customized equipments and services from the operators and maintenance costs are pulling the market back a bit, though these maintenance costs are reduced to a considerable level in recent years.
In the past few years, sensing potential market growth in some regions such as Asia-Pacific and Africa, operators started widening their operations to these countries. The market is expected to grow, as the number of wells being drilled is increasing as a result of increased search activities for coal seam gas and shale gas and lucrative oil and gas prices.
North America, Asia-Pacific and Africa are expected to witness growth in the coming years as a result of increased exploration activities and shale boom. The top companies share almost 70-80 per cent of the market. So, most of the companies in this segment are relatively small. The drilling rental equipment markets occupy the major part of the market because of their wide usage.
Particularly driven by the demand for oil in the developing world which is expected to overtake that in industrialized countries in the coming future, majorly because by strong demand from China, India and other developing nations across Asia which continue to see strong economic growth. And then there is shale revolution which transformed the U.S. energy sector and is sweeping the world.
What the Report Offers
1.1 Report Guidance
1.2 Markets Covered
1.3 Key Points Noted
2 Executive Summary
2.1 Overview and Market Scenario
3 Global Oil and Gas Market Scenario
3.1 Oil Market Scenario
3.1.1 Global Crude Oil Consumption
3.1.2 Global Crude Oil Production
3.2 Natural Gas Market Scenario
3.2.1 Global Natural Gas Consumption
3.2.2 Global Natural Gas Production
4 Drivers, Constraints and Opportunities
4.1.1 Increasing Drilling Activity
4.1.2 Technology Break-troughs
4.1.3 Strong Oil and Gas Demand
4.1.4 Strong Economic Growth of Developing Countries
4.2.1 Unpredictable Market for Oil and Gas
4.2.2 Geographical Challenges
4.3.1 Shale Boom
4.3.2 Opportunities for New Technology Innovations
5 North America Oil Field Equipment Rental Market Analysis, by Type
5.1 Drilling Equipment
5.1.1 Drill Pipe
5.1.2 Drill Collar
5.2 Pressure & Flow Control Equipment
5.2.2 Valves & Manifolds
5.3 Fishing Equipment
5.4 Other Equipments
6 North America Oil Field Equipment Rental Market Analysis, by Country
6.1.2 Market Trends and Recent Activities
6.1.3 Major Countries
18.104.22.168 United States
22.214.171.124 Gulf Of Mexico
7.1.1 Market Share of Key Companies, by Geography
7.1.2 Market Share of Key Companies, by Equipment
8 Competitive Landscape
8.1 Deal Summary
8.1.2 Private Equity
8.1.3 Equity Offerings
8.1.4 Debt Offerings
8.1.6 Asset Transactions
8.2 Recent Developments
8.2.1 New Technology Inventions
8.2.2 New Contract Announcements
9 Key Company Analysis
9.1 Halliburton Co
9.2 Schlumberger Ltd
9.3 Chesapeake Energy Corp
9.4 Weatherford International
9.5 Superior Energy Services Inc
9.6 Precision Drilling Corp
9.7 Parker Drilling Co
9.8 FMC Technologies Inc
9.9 Oil State International, Inc.
9.10 AOS Orwell Ltd
9.11 Basic Energy Services, Inc.
9.12 Knight Oil Tool Inc.
9.13 Tasman Oil Tools Pty Ltd
9.14 Western Energy Services Corp.
9.15 Greene’s Energy Group
10.3 Market Definition
10.3.3 Secondary Research
10.3.4 Primary Research
10.3.5 Expert Panel Validation
10.4 Contact Us