Oil industry is getting increasingly affected by fluctuating crude oil prices resulting in low investments being made by companies across the globe. The oil field services market is directly dependent on the number of operational oil rigs. In spite of anticipated decline in overall global rig count in 2015, Saudi Arabia plans to carry out its oil field operations in accordance to its pre-existing exploration and production plans, thereby boosting oil field equipment rental market in the country. The biggest reason attributable to this is the country’s unwillingness to lose its share in global oil & gas exports. Additionally, the country’s increasing interest in exploring its shale oil reserves is expected to increase rig count in the coming years, which would have a positive impact on the equipment rental market. 

According to Saudi Arabia Oil Field Equipment Rental Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020”, Saudi Arabian market for oil field equipment rental is projected to grow at around 11% through 2020. The eastern region of the country accounts for a lion’s share in Saudi Arabia’s oil field equipment rental market, and the region’s dominance is expected to continue over the next five years. Drilling equipment rental segment accounts for majority of equipment rental revenues, followed by production equipment rental segment. “Saudi Arabia Oil Field Equipment Rental Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2020” discusses the following aspects oil field equipment rental market in Saudi Arabia:
  • Saudi Arabia Oil Field Equipment Rental Market Size, Share & Forecast
  • Segmental Analysis (Drilling and Production Equipment Rental)
  • Policy & Regulatory Landscape
  • Changing Market Trends & Emerging Opportunities
  • Competitive Landscape & Strategic Recommendations
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Report Methodology 

The information contained in this report is based upon both primary and secondary research. Primary research included surveys with oil field services providing companies, across the globe. Secondary research included an exhaustive search of relevant publications like company annual reports, financial reports and proprietary databases.

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1.     Research Methodology

2.     Analyst View

3.     Oilfield Equipment: Process and Product Overview

3.1.   Drilling Equipment

3.2.   Production Equipment

4.     Global Oil-Field Equipment Rental Market Outlook

4.1.   Market Size & Forecast

4.1.1. By Value

4.1.2. By Rig Count

4.2.   Market Share & Forecast

4.2.1. By Geography

5.     Saudi Arabia Oil field Equipment Rental Market Outlook

5.1.   Market Size & Forecast

5.1.1. By Value

5.2.   Drilling Equipment Market Share & Forecast

5.2.1. By Value

5.3.   Production Equipment Market Share & Forecast

5.3.1. By Value

5.4.   Market Size & Forecast

5.4.1. By Rig Count

6.     Market Dynamics

6.1.1. Drivers

6.1.2. Challenges

7.     Trends& Developments

7.1.   Rig Count in Saudi Arabia to Increase in 2015 Despite the Recent Drop in Crude Oil     Prices

7.2.   Cost Optimization to Support the Desired Production Rate

7.3.   Red Sea Deep Water Exploration Plans to be Delayed

7.4.   China’s Sluggish Economic Growth Processes Further Drops Crude Oil Demand

7.5.   Saudi Arabia in Process to Create Shale Revolution

8.     Policy & Regulatory Landscape

9.     Saudi Arabia Economic Outlook

10.  Competitive Landscape

10.1.  Halliburton Company

10.2.  Schlumberger N.V. (Schlumberger Limited)

10.3.  Chesapeake Energy Corporation

10.4.  Weatherford International public limited company

10.5.  Precision Drilling Corporation

10.6.  Parker Drilling Company

10.7.  Superior Energy Services Inc.

10.8.  Oil State International Inc.

10.9.  Basic Energy Services Inc.

10.10.  FMC Technologies, Inc.

11.  Strategic Recommendations

 


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  • List of Figures

     

    Figure 1: Percentage Share of Cost Components of Oil Well Development Phases

    Figure 2:Percentage Share of Cost Components of Oil Well Development Process

    Figure 3:Major Oil Field Equipment Rental Equipment used in Drilling and Production Activities

    Figure 4:Cost Components of Drilling Process

    Figure 5:Equipment Associated with Drilling Activities

    Figure 6:Components of Rotatory Equipment

    Figure 7:Components of Circulation System

    Figure 8:Global Proven Oil Reserves, By Volume, 31st December, 2013 (Thousand Billion Barrels)

    Figure 9:Global Oil Field Equipment Rental Market Size, 2010 - 2020F (USD Billion)

    Figure 10:Global Oil Rig Count, 2010 - 2020F (Unit)

    Figure 11:Saudi Arabia Crude Oil Production, By Volume, 2010 - 2020F (Million Barrels Per day)

    Figure 12:Saudi Arabia Oil Field Equipment Rental Market Size, By Value, 2010 - 2020F (USD Billion)

    Figure 13:Saudi Arabia Drilling Equipment Rental Market Size, By Value, 2010 - 2020F (USD Billion)

    Figure 14:Saudi Arabia Oil Field Equipment Production Rental Equipment Market Size, By Value, 2010 - 2020F (USD Billion)

    Figure 15:Saudi Arabia Rig Count, 2010 - 2020F (Units)

    Figure 16:Saudi Arabia Oil Field Equipment Rental Market Share, By Region, By Value, 2014 - 2020F

    Figure 17:Percentage Share of Equipment Rental cost, in the year 2014 & 2020

    Figure 18:Geographical Location of Major Oil Fields in Saudi Arabia, By Region, 2014

    Figure 19:Halliburton Company Financials, 2009 – 2013

    Figure 20:Halliburton Company Revenue, By Activity, 2013

    Figure 21:Halliburton Company Revenue, By Activity, 2013

    Figure 22:Halliburton Company Revenue, By Geography, 2013

    Figure 23:Schlumberger Limited Financials, 2009 - 2013

    Figure 24:Schlumberger Limited Revenue, By Geographies, 2013

    Figure 25:Schlumberger Limited Revenue, By Activity, 2013

    Figure 26:Chesapeake Energy Corporation Financials, 2009 - 2013

    Figure 27:Chesapeake Energy Corporation Revenue, By Activity, 2013

    Figure 28:Chesapeake Energy Corporation Production, By Activity, 2013

    Figure 29:Weatherford International Public Limited Company Financials, 2009 – 2013

    Figure 30:Weatherford International Public Limited Company, Net Operating Revenue, By Activities, 2013

    Figure 31:Weatherford International Public Limited Company Revenue, By Activities, 2013

    Figure 32:Precision Drilling Corporation Financials, 2009 – 2013

    Figure 33:Precision Drilling Corporation Revenue, By Geography, 2013

    Figure 34:Precision Drilling Corporation EBITDA, By Activities, 2013

    Figure 35:Parker Drilling Company Financials, 2009 - 2013

    Figure 36:Parker Drilling Company Revenue, By Drilling, By Geography, 2013

    Figure 37:Parker Drilling Company Revenue, By Activities, 2013

    Figure 38:Superior Energy Services Inc. Financials, 2009 – 2013

    Figure 39:Superior Energy Services Inc. Revenue, By Drilling, By Geography, 2013

    Figure 40:Superior Energy Services Inc. Revenue, By Activities, 2013

    Figure 41:Oil State International Inc. Financials, 2009 - 2013

    Figure 42:Oil State International Inc. Revenue, By Revenue, By Geography, 2013

    Figure 43:Oil State International Inc. Revenue, By Activities, 2013

    Figure 44:Basic Energy Services Inc. Financials, 2009 - 2013

    Figure 45:Basic Energy Services Inc. Revenue, By Activities (2013)

    Figure 46:FMC Technologies, Inc. Financials, 2009 - 2013

    Figure 47:FMC Technologies Inc. Revenue, By Activities, 2013

     

    List of Tables

     

    Table 1:Crude Oil Production in Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, 2014 (Barrels/day)