Sensors Market in Shale Gas Industry

Sensors Play Critical Role Political Acceptance and Commercial Viability Determine the Future

  • Research Code : MA48-01-00-00-00
  • SKU : ES00052-GL-MR_02472
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  • Release Date : 03-Jul-2014
  • Region : Global
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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, and separation applications has also been covered.
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