Anti Corrosion Technologies for Offshore Structures (TechVision)

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The need for anti-corrosion technologies for offshore structures has gained prominence in the last three years due to increasing demand for effective and sustained protection of offshore structures that can result in their increased service life and reduced operating costs. Growth opportunities for anti-corrosion technologies is expected to be foremost in offshore structures in oil & gas, and wind energy segments also hold immense potential for anti-corrosion coatings in the next 5 to 10 years.
This research service titled, "Anti-corrosion Technologies for Offshore Structures (TechVision)", focuses on the technology advances, innovations and emerging opportunities in the offshore anti-corrosion technologies across applications with specfic primary focus on the oil and gas and offshore wind energysegments. The research focuses on providing an overview of anti corrosion technologies such as anti-corrosion coatings, cathodic protection (CP), and metal plating, their applications and innovation landscape. The research also highlights the needs and requirements of end users and a technology roadmap highlighting the expected adoption of various technologies that will enable coating manufacturers to meet requirements of offshore structures.

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1. Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3 Key Findings: Challenging Offshore Environments Drive Corrosion Technology Innovations2. Technology Snapshot2.1 Importance of Anti-corrosion Technologies for Offshore Structures2.2 Floating Production Storage Offloading (FPSO) and Drilling Platforms: The Two Major Corrosion Prone Areas2.3 Anti-corrosion Coatings: The Most Widely Recognized Method to Prevent Corrosion2.4 Cathodic Protection (CP): Most Popular for Submerged Bodies2.5 Metal Plating: Most Preferred for Metallic Coatings2.6 Corrosion Inhibitors Are Often Used to Prevent Corrosion2.7 Various Other Anti-corrosion Technologies Addressing Specific Anti-corrosion Demands3. Innovation Landscape: Anti-corrosion Coatings3.1 Zinc-rich Coatings: The Most Common Metal-based Primer3.2 Thermally Sprayed Aluminum (TSA) Coatings Offer Protection Against Exposure to Seawater Immersion3.3 Epoxy and Urethanes: Most Commonly Used Anti-corrosion Organic Coatings3.4 Composite Coatings and Multilayer Polyolefins being Increasingly Used in Offshore Structures3.5 Simple, Smart, and Sustainable: Future Technology Trends of Anti-corrosion Coatings3.6 Key Innovators: Corporates and Academia Collaborate For Technology Development3.7 Recent Innovations: R&D in APAC is More Focused on Self-healing Coatings3.8 Recent Innovations: Researchers Have Developed Some More Self-healing Formulations3.9 Recent Innovations: US Tops in R&D for Smart Coatings 3.10 Recent Innovations: Nanotechnology Holds Immense Potential3.11 Recent Innovations: Nanotechnology Enables Enhanced Coating Performance3.12 Recent Innovations: Near-Zero VOC is Another Area with High Corporate R&D Interest3.13 Recent Innovations: Newly Introduced Advanced Coating Formulations Offer Excellent Operational Flexibility3.14 Recent Innovations: Significant Advances in the Wind Power Industry4.0 Innovation Landscape: Cathodic Protection (CP)4.1 Impressed Current and Sacrificial Anodes: The Two Major CP Types4.2 CP in Conjunction with Coatings Offers Excellent Corrosion Protection4.3 Technology Trends: Smart and Customized are the two Future Trends for CP4.4 Key Innovators: Corporates are the Most Active Innovative Body4.5 Recent Innovations: Advances in Remote Controlling of CPs are the Most Researched Area5. Innovation Landscape: Metal Plating5.1 Zinc, Nickel, Chromium, and Copper: The Most Commonly Used Materials for Anti-corrosion Plating5.2 Technology Trends: Electroplating with Reduced Environmental Impact is the Future Trend5.3 Key Innovators: Start-ups are Most Active in Offering Innovative Solutions5.4 Recent Innovations: Corporates Have Developed Scalable Electroplating Methods to Offer Great Corrosion Resistance 6. Innovation Landscape: Others6.1 Recent Innovations- Smart Corrosion Sensors and Advanced Corrosion Inhibitor Technologies can Revolutionize the Anti-corrosion Industry6.2 Recent Innovations: Robotics and Software Contribute to Anti-corrosion Technology Advances 7. Need Assessment 7.1 Demand for Performance Enhancements Encourages New Product Development7.2 Stakeholders’ Initiatives Expected to Address Industry Needs8. Technology Roadmap8.1 Technology Roadmap (2016–2022): Novel Coating Formulations Will Drive The Future Of Anti-corrosion Technologies8.2 Analyst Insights: R&D Initiatives Need to Focus on Ensuring Reliability9. Key Patents9.1 Key Patents—North America9.2 Key Patents—Europe9.3 Key Patents—APAC and Rest of World10. Key Contacts10.1 Key Contacts Legal Disclaimer11. The Frost & Sullivan Story11.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story11.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career11.3 Global PerspectiveI11.4 ndustry Convergence11.5 360 degrees Research Perspective11.6 Implementation Excellence11.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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