Changing Tides in Offshore Oil and Gas Production: Subsea Automation Opportunities at the Ocean Floor

Future Vision of a Subsea Factory Bolstering Growth

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The abundance of global offshore oil and gas reserves encourages end users to expand exploration and production activities at deep-water and ultra-deep-water levels to ensure sustained profitability. As solution providers aim to provide integrated packaged solutions such as separation, compression, boosting, and water reinjection at the ocean floor, subsea production is set to disrupt offshore dynamics and further allow end users to tap into uncharted areas, such as the Artic. This strategic research deliverable provides key value chain participants a snapshot of key regional dynamics as well as the evolving subsea ecosystem, automation and control system market sizing and opportunities, and feasible market entry strategies.

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryMega Trends to Micro Booms—Definitions and Tie-insMega Trends to Micro BoomsWhat Are Mega Trends and Micro Booms?Micro Booms—What Will We Be Looking Into?Introduction—Scope and SegmentationScope of the StudyMarket DefinitionsFirst Base—Business InsightsBusiness InsightsTaking Exploration and Production Down Under— Emergence of the Subsea EraState of the Offshore IndustrySubsea Processing and ProductionMarket HeadwindsSubsea Factory of the FutureExploring Unchartered Territories—Subsea Automation May Crack the Code for Impossible Oil and Gas Fields Such as the ArcticRegional ActivityPressing Need to Improve Recovery Rates Second Wave of New Technology Advancements Future VisionSecond Base—Growth InsightsGrowth InsightsBarrier to Entry—As the Subsea Equipment Market Continues to Grow, EPIC Firms Take Center StageSubsea Automation at the Ocean FloorBuilding Blocks of Skid-mounted SystemsSubsea EcosystemSubsea Equipment Market Demystifying the Subsea Architecture—The Onset of New Technologies to Create Opportunities for Control Systems and Process Control Equipment Tracing the Value ChainAutomation System MappingAutomation and Process Control Equipment: Size of the Pie Risk Reward MatrixThird Base—Profit InsightsProfit InsightsNext Subsea Frontiers—Key Market Entry Strategies for Subsea Value Chain Participants to Ensure Sustainable Growth Short-term Opportunity MappingPower Requirements for New TechnologiesOpportunity for Variable Speed DrivesInstallation versus Intervention CostsFuture of Control SystemsStrengthening the Weakest Link through Partnerships—Business Imperatives to Consolidate Best-in-class Packaged SolutionsTop 3 Growth StrategiesOneSubsea Formation Valves Provide a Platform for PartnershipsStrategic Partnership of a Niche Solution ProviderAlignment with Key End UsersAdvancements in Servicing TechnologyTop RecommendationsTop RecommendationsCompany ProfilesCompany Profile—FMC TechnologiesCompany Profile—Aker SolutionsCompany Profile—CameronCompany Profile—GE Oil and GasLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyPartial List of Companies InterviewedLearn More—Next Steps




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