Shale Processing Equipment and Component Manufacturing Markets Worldwide

Oct 1, 2011
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Natural gas from shale (shale gas) is the fastest growing source of gas in the United States and Canada.

In the United States, shale gas production increased at an annual rate of 48% in recent years (2006-2010). In 2010, 23% of all gas produced in the United Stated originated from shale deposits.

Industry analysts project that the growing trend in shale gas production is very likely to continue and by 2020 shale gas production may even reach 12.6 Tcf per annum.

The significant resources of shale gas and the increasing production in North America will allow the United States and Canada to feed their nationwide hunger for natural gas.

Rapidly developing shale gas production will require additional processing capacity. Gas processing is necessary to transform raw gas into a pipeline quality product that can be transported to marketers and end-users. An extra layer of infrastructure is required to treat and transport natural gas liquids in addition to dry gas.

Inadequate processing equipment could lead to price instability, a slow-down of economic growth and a reduction in the delivery of natural gas to end-users.

Shale gas producers and midstream operators have recognized this opportunity and several gas processing facilities have mushroomed in shale plays areas. Numerous new projects have been announced for the upcoming years. But the potential for shale gas processing equipment and the components market is much greater.

To keep up with the growing shale gas production, over 10 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of additional processing capacity is necessary by 2015 in the shale plays regions. The estimated capital cost for investments in gas processing infrastructure is about $8.5 billion in 2010 dollars.

By 2020, gas processing capacity requirements will increase to over 18 Bcf/d. In total, the industry investments in gas processing facilities are estimated at $14.7 billion in 2010 dollars for the 2011- 2020 period. A significant percentage of that sum will be invested directly in gas processing equipment and components.

This Report contains comprehensive data on the gas processing equipment and components market including historical data (2006-2010) and 2011-2020 forecast for the market size in terms of dollars invested in new infrastructure and in gas processing equipment alone. The study identifies the key trends affecting the marketplace, while profiling major manufacturers and product end-users (gas processing operators).

Report Methodology

The information in Shale Processing Equipment and Components Manufacturing Market Worldwide is based on primary and secondary research.

The primary research involved collecting information from companies participating in the market and analysts for the natural gas industry to recognize to main factors influencing the market, its major challenges and opportunities. It also included consultations with gas technology specialists to get insight in the latest advancements in natural gas processing

The secondary research consisted of gathering data from government and industry publications, trade associations, business journals, company websites, annual corporate reports and other relevant sources. The primary sources were the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the U.S. Geological Survey, the Gas Processors Association, the Gas Technology Institute and the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America.

What You’’ll Get in this Report

Global Shale Processing Equipment and Components Manufacturing Market provides a comprehensive overview on the past, current and prospectus markets for natural gas processing equipment and components in the main active shale plays in the United States and Canada. The prospectus for industry developments outside North America are also outlined and discussed.

The Report presents the main characteristics of raw gas shale composition and processing requirements. The main steps of shale gas processing are detailed along with the equipment involved in the process.

The industry expenditures on gas processing equipment in shale plays for the period 2006-2010 are provided along with 2011-2020 forecast for investments in the relevant infrastructure.

The main active shale plays are characterized in terms of shale gas reserves, current production and processing capacities along with the main gas processing operators in the region. The Report provided information on the recent investments in gas processing infrastructure for each shale play region and all anticipated projects.

The Report includes a discussion on the main trends shaping the market, based on the most recent available information and data.

A wide range of the market participants are profiled. The main companies investing in gas processing infrastructure in shale regions are also reported, with their recent and planned investments.

How You’ll Benefit from this Report

If you are a gas processing equipment manufacturer, the study will help you to assess your position versus other market participants. It will provide you with up-to-date information on your competitors’ business structure, product portfolio and clients, offering you invaluable aid in preparing an effective business strategy.

If you are a gas processing operator, the report will provide you with comprehensive information on equipment and components providers and will help you choose the suppliers best-suited to your business needs.

If you are examining investment opportunities in gas processing equipment and components market, the report will offer you a complete outlook on the current market size, diversification and main trends, based on the contemporary data. It will enhance your decision-making capabilities and help you identify the best investment prospectus.

This report will also help:

  • Marketing managers identify market opportunities and develop targeted promotion plans for shale gas processing equipment and components.

  • Research and development professionals stay on top of competitor initiatives and explore demand for shale gas processing equipment and components.

  • Advertising agencies working with gas processing manufacturers to understand the product buyer to develop messages and images that compel shale gas producers and midstream operators to buy their products.

  • Business development executives understand the dynamics of the market and identify possible partnerships.

  • Information and research center librarians provide market researchers, brand and product managers and other colleagues with the vital information they need to do their jobs more effectively.
Chapter 1 Executive Summary
Report Summary
Global Market for Shale Gas Processing Equipment, Demand Drivers and Inhibitors
Figure 1-1 Shale Gas Production in the United States 2006-2010
Figure 1-2 Projected Gas Processing Capacity Additions 2011-2020 (cumulative from 2010)
In 2010 over $7.7 Billion was invested in Shale Gas Processing Infrastructure
Figure 1-3 Shale Gas Processing Capacity Additions 2006-2010
Shale Gas Processing Technologies and Equipment
Fig 1-4 Gas Processing Scheme (simplified)
Global Market for Shale Gas Processing Equipment and Components 2006-2010
Figure 1-5 Distribution of Cost Components for Gas Processing Facilities - Amine treating, Dehydration, Sulfur Recovery
Figure 1-6 Distribution of Cost Components for Gas Processing Facilities - NGLs Recovery
Table 1-1 Global Annual Expenditures on Shale Gas Processing Plants Subcomponents 2006-2010 (in million 2010 $)
Market Participants and Products End-users
Shale Gas Production in North America Will Reach 12.6 Tcf in 2020
Figure 1-6 EIA Projections on Shale Gas Production in the United States 2011-2020
Report Scope
Report Format
Report Methodology
Abbreviations and Definitions
Table 1-1 Abbreviations Utilized in Report


Chapter 2: Natural Gas Processing Technologies and Equipment
Raw Natural Gas Composition
Table 2-1 Typical Raw Gas Composition
Quality Requirements for Gas Transportation
United States
Table 2-2 Selected U.S. Natural Gas Transmission Pipeline's General Terms and Conditions on Gas Quality
Table 2-3 Representative Pipeline Quality Natural Gas in the United States
European Union
Other Countries
Stages in the Production of Pipeline Quality Natural Gas and Associated Products
Oil and Condensate Removal
Fig 2-1 Gas Processing Scheme (simplified)
Water Removal (Dehydration)
Glycol Dehydration
Solid-Desiccant Dehydration
Mercury Removal
Sulfur and Carbon Dioxide Removal (Gas Sweetening)
Nitrogen Extraction (Rejection)
Cryogenic Systems
Solvent Recovery
Fig 2-02 Nitrogen Rejection/NGLs Recovery Process Scheme
Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA)
NGLs Extraction
Absorption
Cryogenic Expansion
NGLs Fractionation
Fig 2-3 Turboexpander
Fig 2-4 Scheme of Petrogas Model TE Turboexpander
Tab. 2-4 NGLs Products and Markets
Other Key Byproducts of Natural Gas Processing
Helium
Carbon dioxide
Hydrogen sulfide
Shale Gas Composition
Table 2-5 Typical Marcellus Shale Gas Composition vs. Typical Pipeline Quality Gas Composition
Innovations in Gas Processing Technologies
Morphysorb®
Controlled Freeze Zone ™
R-BTEX®
Fig 2-5 R-BTEX Process Scheme
Separex™
Gas/liquid Membranes for Acid Gas Removal and Dehydration
UCARSOL™ Shale H-100


Chapter 3 Market Size and Growth
Market Assessment Methodology
The Role of Shale Gas in the U.S. Energy Portfolio
The U.S. Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Resources
Shale Gas Reached 23% of the Total National Gas Production in 2010
Figure 3-1 Shale Gas Production in the United States 2006-2010
Figure 3-2 Natural Gas Production by Source in the United States 2006-2020
Figure 3-3 North American Shale Plays
Domestic Production from Shale Formations Keeps Natural Gas Imports Low
Figure 3-4 The United States Natural Gas Imports 2001-2010
Natural Gas Processing Infrastructure in the United States
Figure 3-5 Number of Natural Gas Processing Plants by State as in 2009
Figure 3-6 Change in the Number of Gas Processing Plants 2004-2009
Figure 3-7 Natural Gas Processing Plants and Production Basins, 2009
Natural Gas Processing Capacity and Utilization
Figure 3-8 Natural Gas Processing Plant Capacity by State
Figure 3-9 Average Utilization Rate for Processing Plants by State
In 2010 over $7.7 Billion was invested in Shale Gas Processing Infrastructure
Figure 3-10 Shale Gas Processing Capacity Additions 2006-2010
Table 3-1 Major Gas Processing Additions in Shale Regions 2006-2010
Figure 3-11 Global Capital Expenditures on Shale Gas Processing Plants 2006-2010
Figure 3-12 Global Expenditures on Shale Gas Processing Equipment and Components 2006-2010
Global Market for Shale Gas Processing Equipment and Components 2006-2010
Figure 3-13 Distribution of Cost Components for Gas Processing Facilities - Amine treating, Dehydration, Sulfur Recovery
Figure 3-14 Distribution of Cost Components for Gas Processing Facilities - NGLs Recovery
Table 3-2 Global Annual Expenditures on Shale Gas Processing Plants Subcomponents 2006-2010 (in million 2010 $)
Compressors & Pumps
Internal Combustion Engines
Heat Exchangers
Measuring and Controlling Instruments
Electrical Machinery
Materials
Miscellaneous Equipment
Global Expenditures on Shale Gas Processing Infrastructure Will Total $ 7.3Billion in 2020
Shale Gas Production in North America Will Reach 12.6 Tcf in 2020
Figure 3-15 EIA Projections on Shale Gas Production in the United States 2011-2020
Shale Gas Processing Infrastructure Demand 2011-2020
Figure 3-16 Gas Processing Capacity Demand 2011-2020
Figure 3-17 Projected vs. Announced Gas Processing Capacity Additions 2011-2013 (cumulative from 2010)
Table 3-3 New Gas Processing Plants and Expansions in Shale Plays 2011-2013
Figure 3-18 Global Capital Expenditures on Shale Gas Processing Plants 2011-2020 (cumulative from 2010)
Figure 3-19 Global Expenditures on Shale Gas Processing Equipment and Components 2011-2020 (cumulative from 2010)
Table 3-4 Global Annual Expenditures on Shale Gas Processing Plants Subcomponents 2011-2020 (in million 2010 $)
Regional Markets for Shale Gas Processing Infrastructure Forecast: 2011-2020
Figure 3-20 Regional Shale Gas Processing Infrastructure Capital Requirements 2011-2020
Regional Markets Overview
Barnett Shale
Table 3-5 Major Gas Processing Plants in Barnett Shale 2006-2011
Woodford Shale
Marcellus Shale
Table 3-6 Projected Shale Gas Processing Infrastructure Developments in the Marcellus Shale
Marcellus Fractionation Capacity
Table 3-7 Existing and Projected NGL Fractionation Capacity in the Marcellus Shale
Bakken Shale
Table 3-8 Natural Gas Processing Plants in the Bakken Shale 2006-2011
Table 3-9 Projected Shale Gas Processing Developments in the Bakken Shale
Niobrara Shale
Eagle Ford Shale
Table 3-10 Projected Shale Gas Processing Developments in the Eagle Ford Shale
Fayetteville Shale
Piceance Basin
Antrim Shale
New Albany Shale
Haynesville Shale
Emerging Opportunities for Shale Gas in Canada
Table 3-11 Canada Natural Gas Resources (Tcf)
Horn River Basin
Montney Shale
Other Shale Gas Opportunities in Canada
Canada Considering Ban on Shale Gas Development
Potential for Gas Processing Market Developments Outside North America
Figure 3- 21 Map of Global Shale Gas Resources
Global Shale Gas Resources Estimated at 6,300 Trillion Cubic Feet
Figure 3-22 Share of Technically Recoverable Shale Gas in Global Natural Gas Resources
Figure 3-23 Review of Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Resources Estimates in Selected Countries
Table 3-12 Technically Recoverable Shale Gas Resources Estimates for Selected Countries
Europe
Asia- Pacific
China
India
Africa
South America
Major Factors Affecting the Market
Natural Gas Consumption Will Reach over 25 Tcf per year by 2020
High NGL Prices: The Race to Liquids
Figure 3-24 Comparative Spot Price Movements in Natural Gas, Crude Oil and NGLs
Figure 3-25 The U.S. Natural Gas Liquids Production 2006-2010
Restrictions on Shale Gas Exploration Affect the Supply Chain Markets
Table 3-13 Summary of Regional Restrictions on Shale Gas Exploration
GHG Emissions Reduction Agenda


Chapter 4 Employment Outlook
The Job Gains from Marcellus Activity in Pennsylvania
Table 4-1 Estimated Employment Impacts of Marcellus Shale Development in Pennsylvania 2009-2010
The Job Gains from Marcellus Activity in West Virginia
Table 4-2 Estimated Employment Impacts of Marcellus Shale Development in West Virginia in 2009
Employment Forecasts for Marcellus Region 2011-2020
Table 4-3 Estimated Jobs Creation as a Result of Marcellus Shale Development under Three Development Scenarios 2015-2020
Haynesville Shale Case Study


Chapter 5 Participant Profiles
The Linde Group
Table 5-1 Linde Group Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Performance
Figure 5-1 Linde Sales (in € billion) for 2006-2010
Company News
Innovation
Outlook
Cameron
Table 5-2 Cameron Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Table 5-3 Cameron’s Product and Brand Portfolio for Process & Compression Systems
Performance
Figure 5-2 Annual Revenues of Cameron, 2006-2010 (in billion $)
Company News
Acquisitions and Divestitures
Innovation
Personnel Changes
Pall Corporation
Table 5-4 Pall Corporation Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Table 5-5 Pall’s Product and Brand Portfolio for Gas and Oil Processing Industry
Performance
Figure 5-3 Annual Revenues of Pall Corp. 2006-2010 (in billion $)
Company News
Innovation
Personnel Changes
Johnson Controls
Table 5-6 Johnson Controls Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Performance
Figure 5-4 Annual Revenues of Johnson Controls, 2006-2010 (in billion $)
Company News
Acquisitions and Divestitures
Outlook
Personnel Changes
Siemens Energy
Table 5-7 Siemens Energy Profile
Corporate Background
Performance
Figure 5-5 Annual Revenues of Siemens
Figure 5-6 Annual Revenues
Company News
Innovation
Personnel Changes
ABB Ltd.
Table 5-8 ABB Ltd. Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Performance
Figure 5-7 Annual Revenues of ABB, 2006-2010 (in billion $)
Company News
Acquisitions and Divestitures
Innovation
Personnel Changes
BASF Corporation
Table 5-9 BASF Corporation Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Table 5-10 BASF’s Brand Portfolio for Gas Processing
Performance
Company News
Acquisitions and Divestitures
UOP Honeywell
Table 5-11 UOP Honeywell Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Table 5-12 UOP’s Product and Brand Portfolio for Gas Processing Equipment
Performance
Figure 5-9 Annual Revenues of Honeywell, 2006-2010 (in billion $)
Figure 5-10 Annual Revenues of the Honeywell Specialty Materials Segment, 2006-2010 (in billion $)
Innovation
Koch Industries, Inc.
Table 5-13 Koch Industries Inc. Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Table 5-14 Koch-Glitsch Product and Brand Portfolio
Products
Brands
Trays
Valves
Absorption towers
Compressor trains
Compressor trains
High pressure separators
Membrane Technology & Research, Inc.
Table 5-15 Membrane Technology & Research Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Table 5-16 MTR’s Brand Portfolio
GasTech Engineering Corporation
Table 5-17 GasTech Engineering Corporation Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Van Air Systems
Table 5-18 Van Air Systems Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Table 5-19 Van Gas Technologies’ Product and Brand Portfolio
Sivalls, Inc.
Table 5-20 Sivalls Inc. Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Porocel
Table 5-21 Porocel Profile
Product and Brand Portfolio
Table 5-22 Porocel’s Product and Brand Portfolio
Company News
Acquisitions and Divestitures
Cimarron Energy, Inc
Table 5-23 Cimarron Energy Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Innovation
Table 5-24 HAT International Ltd. Profile
Corporate Background
Product and Brand Portfolio
Table 5-25 HAT Product and Brand Portfolio


Chapter 6 End Users
ONEOK Partners
Table 6-1 ONEOK Partners’ Profile
Corporate Background
Shale Plays Business Activities
Performance
Figure 6-2 Annual Revenues of ONEOK, 2006-2010
MarkWest Energy Partners
Table 6-3 MarkWest’s Group Profile
Corporate Background
Shale Plays Business Activities
Marcellus Shale
Figure 6-4 MarkWest Liberty’s Natural Gas Processing Capacity in the Marcellus Shale 2007-2010
Woodford Shale
Haynesville Shale
Performance
Figure 6-5 Annual Revenues of MarkWest, 2006-2010
DCP Midstream Partners
Table 6-6 DCP’s Profile
Corporate Background
Shale Plays Business Activities
Haynesville/Bossier Shale
Pinceance Basin
Antrim Shale
Niobrara Shale
Performance
Figure 6-7 Annual Revenues of DCP, 2006-2010
Caiman Energy
Table 6-8 Caiman’s Profile
Corporate Background
Shale Plays Business Activities
Marcellus Shale
Energy Transfer
Table 6-9 Energy Transfer’s Group Profile
Corporate Background
Shale Plays Business Activities
Eagle Ford Shale
Barnett Shale
Piceance Basin
Haynessville Shale
Marcellus Shale
Performance
Figure 6-10 Annual Revenues of Energy Transfer, 2008-2010

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