Oilfield Chemicals

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Oilfield Chemicals

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Hundreds of different chemical compounds may be used during the lifetime of a typical oil or gas well.  Specialty additives provide the necessary fluid properties required for basic drilling, cementing, stimulation and production operations. It is estimated that on a global basis E&P companies spent $37.2 billion in 2016 for services involving the use of oilfield chemicals, of which $13.3 billion was associated with chemicals alone. Furthermore, it is estimated that $6.7 billion was spent in 2016 on chemicals at the manufacturer level.  The oilfield chemicals market is projected to increase at a 12% CAGR going forward as drilling activity recovers as oil prices stabilize and oil production grows at a rate of 1.0-1.5% per year.

This report provides a thorough description of the Oilfield Chemicals Market including:

  • Drilling and completion fluids
  • Background – i.e., what is being done, purpose for using chemicals, job description, fluid selection criteria, vendor selection process, market drivers
  • Types of chemicals/applications – weighting agents, salts, viscosifiers, filtration control materials, rheology control materials, alkalinity and lH0control additives, fluid loss additives, lubricants, flocculants, surfactants/emulsifiers/defoamers, shale stabilisers, corrosion inhibitors, bactericides, calcium reducers, hydrate suppressants, temperature stability agents, and thinners and dispersants.
  • Cementing
  • Background – i.e., what is being done, purpose for using chemicals, job description, fluid selection criteria, vendor selection process, market drivers
  • Types of chemicals/applications – spacers and flushes, density reduction materials, weight materials, viscosifiers, defoamers, dispersants/friction reducers, fluid loss additives, lost circulation materials, gas migration and bonding additives, retarders, accelerators, and thixotropic additives
  • Stimulation
  • Background – i.e., what is being done, purpose for using chemicals, job description, fluid selection criteria, vendor selection process, market drivers
  • Types of chemicals/applications – acids; biocides; breakers; clay stabilizers; corrosion inhibitors; crosslinkers; friction reducers; gelling agents; iron control agents; non-emulsifiers; pH control agents; scale inhibitors; and surfactants
  • Production
  • Background – i.e., what is being done, purpose for using chemicals, job description, fluid selection criteria, vendor selection process, market drivers
  • Types of chemicals/applications – corrosion inhibitors, biocides, scale inhibitors, paraffin compounds, surfactants, demulsifiers/foaming agents, water and gas control, asphaltene control, gas hydrate control, and flocculants
  • Outlook for Service Segments Using Oilfield Chemicals
  • Market size ($) by region, 2010-2022
  • Drilling and completion fluid services
  • Cementing services
  • Stimulation services
  • Production chemical services
  • Market share by vendor, 2010-present
  • Drilling and completion fluid services
  • Cementing services
  • Stimulation services
  • Production chemical services
  • Key trends
  • Regulatory
  • Technology
  • Oilfield Chemicals Market Size ($) by Region, 2010-2022
  • Drilling and completion
  • Cementing
  • Stimulation
  • Production
  • Macro-Economic Outlook, 2010-2022
  • Oil supply/demand/price
  • Gas supply/demand/price
  • Drilling activity
  • Database of Service Firms and Oilfield Chemical Suppliers

The Oilfield Chemicals report is available as immediate digital download upon purchase.