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APAC Oilfield Chemicals Market

Technological Advancements will Steer Growth of Oilfield Chemicals

  • Research Code : P73A-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : CM00129-AP-MR_00479
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  • Release Date : 19-Jul-2013
  • Region : Asia Pacific
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This research service identifies the major market drivers, restraints, country-wise trends, and segment trends in the APAC oilfield chemicals market. The research covers the south-east Asian countries that include Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, The Philippines, Australia and New Zealand. The study provides an in-depth analyis on the drilling, cementing, completion and workover, production and EOR chemicals. Competitive structure and market share analysis have been done at the total market level. Unit shipment, revenue forecasts, and pricing trends have been provided. Three big predictions are offered for the future of the market.

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