Sensors Market in Shale Gas Industry

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Sensors play a critical role in the oil and gas industry, and thus in the shale gas sector. Currently, most shale gas production occurs in North America (United States and Canada), as production in other countries has not yet commenced due to governmental bans on fracking and strong public opposition. Once these constraints are removed, the potential for sensors and instrumentation in shale gas will increase significantly. In this study on sensors and instrumentation in shale gas, flow, level, pressure, and temperature sensors have been discussed; and wellhead, fracking, and separation applications have been considered. The market share of flow, level, pressure, and temperature sensors in wellhead, fracking, an

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Market Engineering MeasurementsCEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewIntroduction to Global Shale Gas ReservesMarket Definitions Market Definitions (continued)Market Scope and SegmentationKey Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Segmentation Market Distribution ChannelsShale Gas Life CycleShale Gas DevelopmentsMarket Global Shale Gas ResourcesShale Gas Extraction5 Stages of Shale Gas Exploration and DevelopmentMarket Key StakeholdersShale Gas Industry ChallengesSensors Market in Shale Gas Industry—Role of Sensors and InstrumentationOptimized Production of Shale Gas Through Sensors Sensor Benefits and UsesOil & Gas Production FlowMidstream Production FlowShale Oil and Natural Gas Wellhead and GatheringSensing Challenges in FrackingOptical Sensors with Increased Sensitivity Help Process Shale Gas with Different CompositionsConstituents in Shale GasGas Sensors and Detectors in Shale GasClean, Efficient Shale Gas Extraction Through Sensors DAS in Hydraulic Fracturing MonitoringSensors Market in Shale Gas Industry—Environmental Policies, Regulations, and LegislationShale Gas and LegislationRisks of FrackingUnited States Environmental Policies and RegulationsEnvironmental Policies and Regulations in CanadaKey Shale Gas Legislation in EuropeExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Total Sensors Market in Shale Gas IndustryDrivers and RestraintsDrivers Explained Drivers Explained (continued) Drivers Explained (continued) Restraints Explained Restraints Explained (continued) Restraints Explained (continued) Restraints Explained (continued) Restraints Explained (continued) Forecast and Trends—Total Sensors Market in Shale Gas IndustryMarket Engineering MeasurementsForecast AssumptionsRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast DiscussionPercent Revenue by ApplicationRevenue Forecast Discussion by ApplicationPercent Revenue by Sensor in WellheadsPercent Revenue by Sensor in FrackingPercent Revenue by Sensor in SeparationPercent Revenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast by RegionRevenue Forecast by Region DiscussionTrends in Shale Gas Characteristics and Reserves by Region—Total Sensors Market in Shale Gas IndustryShale Gas Exploration ActivitiesUS Shale Gas CharacteristicsUS Shale Gas ReservesUS Basin TypesUS Basin Types (continued)Canada Shale Gas CharacteristicsBasin Types in CanadaShale Gas Reserves in EuropeKey Shale Gas Exploration Projects in EuropeKey Shale Gas Exploration Projects in Europe (continued)Shale Gas Reserves Europe Shale Gas Reserves in Europe (continued) Europe Shale Gas CharacteristicsChina Shale Gas CharacteristicsAustralia Shale Gas CharacteristicsIndia Shale Gas CharacteristicsArgentina Shale Gas CharacteristicsMexico Shale Gas CharacteristicsSouth Africa Shale Gas CharacteristicsMarket Share and Competitive Analysis—Total Sensors Market in Shale Gas IndustryMarket ShareCompetitive EnvironmentKey Oil & Gas Companies Involved in Shale Gas Exploration ActivitiesShale Gas Major ParticipantsThe Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyAdditional Sources of Information on Sensors MarketLearn More—Next Steps




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