Trends in the NA Shale Industry

Energy Demand Drives Oil and Gas Production

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This study elaborates the massive opportunities that pump companies are presented with complemented by the growing demand for oil and gas in the North American. The study commences by representing the evolution process of the shale boom in North America since 2007 and predicts the market’s position in 2017. The study covers trends in all three segments: upstream, midstream, and downstream. It concludes by highlighting other upcoming countries that offer growth opportunities for pumps with the development of the oil and gas industry there—it details the drivers and restraints of growth in Australia and China, the two countries that look promising in the shale sector, beyond from the United States.This study elaborates the massive opportunities that the growing need for demand across the globe and the latest shale boom in North America is opening up for the pumps industry in 2014 and beyond. The study covers trends in all three segment: Upstream, Midstream and Downstream. The study concludes by touching upon other upcoming countries that offer great growth opportunities for pumps with the development of the O&G industry there.

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Trends in the NA Shale IndustryExecutive SummaryKey FindingsShift to Shale OilShale Oil—Current SituationShale Gas and Oil—Value ChainOpportunities for Pumps and ValvesUpstream SegmentHydraulic Fracturing—Water UsageHydraulic Fracking—Water ManagementEvolution of Hydraulic Fracturing and its Effect on Frac Pump TechnologyPump Usage in Shale Oil and Gas—Production FieldPump Usage in Shale Oil and Gas—Frac Pump UnitPump Opportunities in Shale Oil and Gas—UpstreamValve Opportunities in Shale Oil and Gas—UpstreamTectonic Shifts in Shale Industry—Driving Partnerships in New EcosystemsMidstream—Micro LNGUS LNG Market—100 Million Metric Tons of LNG to be Exported by 2025Rise of Micro LNG Plants to Moderate Pipeline Infrastructure InvestmentsFirst Mover’s Advantage—GE, Dresser Rand, and Shell in Micro LNG ProductionMicro LNG—Mixed Bag of Opportunities for Leading Flow Control Companies in North AmericaMidstream—Pipeline and AlternativesMidstream—Infrastructure in NeedNorth America—Pipeline SpendingPipeline and Rail ProjectsAlternate Midstream InfrastructurePump Opportunities in Shale Oil and GasValve Opportunities in Shale Oil and GasDownstream SegmentHeat Map of US Refinery ProjectsSummary of Project ActivityPump Opportunities in Shale Oil and GasValve Opportunities in Shale Oil and GasLooking Beyond the United StatesBeyond the United StatesChina and Australia—The Next Shale HubsInvestments in Shale Oil E&P Moving toward ChinaChina and Australia—The Next Shale HubsRising Overseas Partnership Deals Drive Australian Shale SectorConclusionConclusionAppendixMarket Overview—DefinitionsLegal DisclaimerThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition—Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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