North American Shale Oil and Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market, Forecast to 2021

Expansion of Accessible Shale Resources to Combat Current Low Energy Prices, Support Long-Term Revival

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The North American shale oil and gas industry has seen a surge in development in recent years. With the 2014 collapse in oil prices, growth has been stymied and the future has been brought into question. This has impacted water and wastewater technologies because upstream production relies on fracking, which in turn relies on water treatment technologies. The market has seen a peak in 2014 and this number will decline in 2015. The longer-term trajectory, however, forecasts a bounce back in 2021. This research services includes the participation of leading equipment manufacturers, service companies, regulators, and other stakeholders.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Market Engineering Measurements, North America, 2014
CEO’s Perspective
2. Market Overview
Objectives
Market Definitions
Key Questions This Study Will Answer
3. Background—Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market
The Opportunity—Location of Oil and Shale Deposits
The Opportunity—Various Recovery Techniques
Market Development—Shale Gas Growth
Market Development—Recent Shale Oil Production
Viability—Market Price
Viability—Falling Price
Viability—Falling Rig Count
Environmental Regulatory Landscape—Water
Water Management—Responsible Practices
Market Technology Demand—Pre and Post Treatment
4. Drivers and Restraints—Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market
Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Key Market Drivers, North America, 2015–2021
Expansion in Accessible Shale Resources
Issue of Contaminants
Sustainability
Efforts by Equipment Providers to Reduce Costs
Water Management Challenges
Improvements in Technologies to Access Oil and Gas Resources
Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Key Market Restraints, North America, 2015–2021
Impact of Low Energy Prices
Environmental Risks Posed by Use of Water
Regulatory and Political Environment
Competition Amongst Suppliers
Pressure to Diversify Energy Resources
5. Forecasts and Trends—Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market
Market Engineering Measurements
Forecast Assumptions
Revenue Forecast
Revenue Forecast Discussion
Percent Revenue Forecast by Country
Revenue Forecast by Country
Revenue Forecast Discussion by Country
Percent Revenue Forecast by Sector
Revenue Forecast by Sector
Revenue Forecast Discussion by Sector
Definitions
Percent Revenue Forecast by Technology
Revenue Forecast Discussion by Technology
Distribution Channels
Distribution Channel Discussion
Percent Revenue Forecast by Distribution Channel
Revenue Forecast Discussion by Distribution Channel
Market and Competitive Analysis—Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market
6. Market and Competitive Analysis—Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market
Competitive Analysis—Market Share
Discussion
Competitive Environment
Competitive Factors and Assessment
7. The Last Word
3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
8. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology
List of Companies Interviewed
Learn More – Next Steps

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List of Figures & Charts

1. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Key Market Drivers, North America, 2015–2021
2. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Key Market Restraints, North America, 2015–2021
3. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Market Engineering Measurements, North America, 2014
4. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Revenue Forecast by Country, North America, 2011–2021
5. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Revenue Forecast by Sector, North America, 2011–2021
6. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Competitive Structure, North America, 2014
7. The Last Word—3 Big Predictions


1. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Market Engineering Measurements, North America, 2014
2. Monthly Dry Gas Production from US Shale plays Jan 2000 – 2013
3. Gross Withdrawals from Select Shale plays in Canada (2005-May 2013)
4. High-Yield Energy Issuers may struggle with cheap Oil
5. Rig Count, North America, 2009–2015
6. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Revenue Forecast, North America, 2011–2021
7. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Percent Revenue Forecast by Country, North America, 2011–2021
8. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Percent Revenue Forecast by Sector, North America, 2011–2021
9. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Percent Revenue Forecast by Technology, North America, 2011–2021
10. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Distribution Channel Analysis, North America, 2014
11. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Percent Revenue Forecast by Distribution Channel, North America, 2011–2021
12. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Percent Revenue Breakdown by Tier, North America, 2014
13. Total Shale Oil & Gas Water and Wastewater Treatment Market: Competitive Factors, North America, 2014
14. Market Engineering Methodology



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