Growth Opportunities for Pipe Coatings in Oil and Gas and Water and Wastewater in Europe and North America, Forecast to 2022

Revival of the Oil and Gas Industry and Rapid Expansion and Refurbishment of Pipelines in Water Infrastructure Drive the Demand

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Pipelines are mainly used to transport and distribute oil, gas, chemicals, and water in North America and Europe. Among the various modes available for transporting energy, pipelines have proven to be the most cost effective and efficient option. Corrosion remains one of the key problems associated with pipelines that are often based on metals such as copper, aluminum, cast iron, stainless steel, and other alloys. Corrosion is a critical threat for pipelines and the cost of corrosion is approximately 3% of US GDP on a year-on-year basis. Various coatings formulated to protect pipeline external and internal surfaces from corrosion and other chemical and mechanical damages are broadly termed as pipe coatings. Pip

Research Scope

In this study, the market for pipe coatings in the end-user industries of oil and gas and water and wastewater is analyzed for North America and Europe. The base year is 2017. Fusion Bonded Epoxy (FBE), polyurethane, concrete, and 3LPE/3LPP are the major chemistries involved in the formulation of these coatings.

The market for pipe coatings is highly competitive among manufacturers of lower-range products used mostly in the water and wastewater industry. Additionally, the presence of a significant number of large and regional market participants offering such products compels manufacturers to maintain low prices due to the high price sensitivity of customers, especially in the developing countries of Eastern Europe.


Research Highlights

The market in North America is expected to witness considerable growth from the water and wastewater sector, while a recovery in crude oil prices is expected to propel revenue growth in the region from the oil and gas sector. Active focus of the US government to promote the Oil and Gas industry’s activities to obtain energy independence is likely to continue to drive the demand for pipes and, in turn, for coatings in the region. Oil and gas operators are increasingly focusing on maintenance and repair activities to ensure uninterrupted operation of facilities, especially in the scenario of lower crude oil prices.  

Overall, 95% of the people living in Europe have access to clean drinking water and return wastewater to the environment in a safe manner. However, a significant share of the pipe infrastructure in the region is old and needs renewal. Pipe coatings that are used in the drinking water segment are associated with growing concerns over aquatic toxicity, eutrophication, and other environmental dangers. Pipe coatings are, therefore, formulated with organic inhibitors that do not contain heavy metals for transportation of drinking water to avoid water contamination.

Pipe coatings face regulatory pressure from organizations such as the US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) and REACH that mandate the use of products with low VOC emissions and eliminate the use of heavy metals. Manufacturers are increasingly investing in product development to enhance environmental sustainability and product efficiency. Customers are looking for products that are easier to apply, with quicker drying times and longevity.

Table of Contents

Growth Opportunities for Pipe Coatings in Oil and Gas and Water and Wastewater in Europe and North America, Forecast to 2022Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Questions This Study Will AnswerOverview and IntroductionMarket DefinitionsMarket Definitions (continued)Geographic CoverageIntroductionIntroduction (continued)Types of Pipe CoatingsTypes of Pipe Coatings (continued)Pipe Coatings—Standards and SpecificationsPipe Coatings—Standards and Specifications (continued)Pipe Coatings—Standards and Specifications (continued)Pipe Coatings—Standards and Specifications (continued)Pipe Coatings—RegulationsPipe Coatings—Key Product and Technology TrendsPipe Coatings—Key Product and Technology Trends (continued)Digital Transformation in the Pipe Coating IndustryValue Chain AnalysisValue Chain Analysis (continued)Market Segmentation Forecast AssumptionsPipe Coatings in the Oil and Gas IndustryOil and Gas Industry OverviewMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Revenue ForecastUnit Shipment ForecastUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by Chemistry—North AmericaPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by Chemistry—Europe Percent Unit Shipment Forecast Discussion by Chemistry—North America and EuropePercent Unit Shipment Forecast Discussion by Chemistry—North America and Europe (continued)Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by ApplicationPercent Unit Shipment Forecast Discussion by ApplicationPercent Revenue Forecast by RegionPercent Revenue Forecast Discussion by RegionPercent Revenue Forecast Discussion by Region (continued)Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by End Use—North AmericaPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by End Use—Europe Percent Unit Shipment Forecast Discussion by End UsePipe Coatings in Water and Wastewater IndustryWater and Wastewater Industry OverviewMarket Engineering MeasurementsMarket DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Market RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRevenue ForecastUnit Shipment ForecastUnit Shipment and Revenue Forecast DiscussionPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by Chemistry—North AmericaPercent Unit Shipment Forecast by Chemistry—Europe Percent Unit Shipment Forecast by Chemistry Discussion—North America and EuropePercent Unit Shipment Forecast by ApplicationPercent Unit Shipment Forecast Discussion by ApplicationPercent Revenue Forecast by RegionPercent Revenue Forecast Discussion by RegionPercent Revenue Forecast Discussion by Region (continued)Growth Opportunities and Companies to ActionGrowth Opportunity—3 Layer CoatingsStrategic Imperatives for Success and Growth ConclusionKey ConclusionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixAbbreviations and Acronyms UsedAbbreviations and Acronyms Used (continued)List of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)The Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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