Competing and Differentiating in the MAC-Driven Global Oil and Gas Industry

Competing and Differentiating in the MAC-Driven Global Oil and Gas Industry

Customer Behavior Changes and Opportunities Grow as Models Evolve

RELEASE DATE
27-Jan-2015
REGION
Global
Research Code: NE14-01-00-00-00
SKU: EG01581-GL-MR_16432

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In the oil and gas industry, increasing CAPEX enables more companies to execute mega projects, which require new supplier engagement models, and early engagement of strategic suppliers can produce significant savings. Bottom line: automation is a strategic supplier, and the MAC concept ultimately improves project management for end users. Declining workforce, increasing project complexities, changing customer-buying approach for end-to-end systems, and increasing automation supplier capabilities drive MAC market growth. This study analyzes the market by sub-segment, geography, and project size in 2014. The competitive landscape, ecosystem trends, and existing MAC projects are analyzed. Winning strategies and top predictions are offered.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

CEO’s 360° Perspective—Oil and Gas Industry

Mega Trends to Micro Booms

What Are Mega Trends and Micro Booms?

Micro Booms—What Will We be Looking Into?

Scope of the Study

Contract Methodology Definitions—EPC

Contract Methodology Definitions—EPCM

Contract Methodology Definitions—PMC

Capital Project Lifecycle Overview

Automation Project Lifecycle Overview

Business Insight—What is it?

Global CAPEX Increases Year on Year to Boost Supply

Global Hot Spots and Emerging Geographies

High CAPEX Enables More Mega Projects

Mega Projects Have Mega Challenges and Causes

Global Hot Spots and Emerging Geographies

High Stakes Mega Projects Call for New Supplier Models

Automation Enables Strategic Business Objectives

A MAC Saves 30% on Project Cost

MAC Saves on Cost by Participating in All Project Phases

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Growth Insights—Why should I care?

Convergence of Trends Further Forces MAC to Evolve

Customer Buying Behavior—Exxon Mobil’s MICC Concept

Customer Buying Behavior—Shell’s Honeycomb Model

Analysis of Global MAC Projects in the Oil and Gas Industry

Analysis of Global MAC Projects in the Oil and Gas Industry (continued)

Analysis of Global MAC Projects in the Oil and Gas Industry (continued)

Convergence of Supplier Capabilities and Customer Needs

Global Market Size for MAC in the Oil and Gas Industry

MAC by Project Size

MAC by Region

MAC by Value Chain Segment

Upstream Onshore—Conventional Oilfields

Upstream Onshore—Shale Plays

Upstream Onshore—Oil Sands

Upstream Offshore—Conventional Platforms

Upstream Offshore—FLNG (includes FPSO and FSRU)

Upstream Offshore—Subsea

Midstream—LNG

Midstream—GTL

Midstream—Pipelines and Storage

Downstream—Refineries and Petrochemicals

MAC Market Forecast in the Oil and Gas Industry

Competitive Landscape for MAC Projects

Competitors’ Product Portfolio to Leverage MAC

Emerson Emerges as Market Leader for MAC in Oil and Gas

Yokogawa Offers Increased Value per MAC Engagement

Honeywell

Ecosystem Disrupted to Create More Value

Profit Insights—What should I do about it?

IOCs Widen MAC Scope through Corporate Agreements

Strategic Investments Will Unlock More Value From NOCs

Offering Managed Services for NOC

Offering Managed Services Widens the MAC Scope

TIDO Enables Several New Industry Practices

MIC Becomes the Next Breed of Offering after MAC

IBM Explores MIC Landscape with its IT Expertise

Technologies and Domain Expertise Turns MAC into MAIC

The Harvard Business Review (HBR) Profit Pool Analysis

Profit Pool for Automation Suppliers in the Oil and Gas Industry

Drive Corporate Agreement for Enhancing Business Value

Top Recommendations

Legal Disclaimer

Market Engineering Methodology

Partial List of Companies Interviewed

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In the oil and gas industry, increasing CAPEX enables more companies to execute mega projects, which require new supplier engagement models, and early engagement of strategic suppliers can produce significant savings. Bottom line: automation is a strategic supplier, and the MAC concept ultimately improves project management for end users. Declining workforce, increasing project complexities, changing customer-buying approach for end-to-end systems, and increasing automation supplier capabilities drive MAC market growth. This study analyzes the market by sub-segment, geography, and project size in 2014. The competitive landscape, ecosystem trends, and existing MAC projects are analyzed. Winning strategies and top predictions are offered.
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Author Naveen Kumar Ramasamy
Industries Energy
WIP Number NE14-01-00-00-00
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