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Offshore Drilling Industry in Middle East and Africa to 2016 - Pre-Salt Potential in West Africa and Significant Gas Finds Off the East African Coast Driving Exploration Activity

GBI Research
Published Date » 2013-03-20
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Offshore Drilling Industry in Middle East and Africa to 2016 - Pre-Salt Potential in West Africa and Significant Gas Finds Off the East African Coast Driving Exploration Activity

GBI Research, a leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, “Offshore Drilling Industry in Middle East and Africa to 2016 – Pre-Salt Potential in West Africa and Significant Gas Finds Off the East African Coast Driving Exploration Activity”. The study, produced by the company’s Energy Research Group, provides an in-depth analysis of the offshore drilling market in the Middle East and Africa region and highlights the various concerns, shifting trends and major players in the region. The report provides forecasts for the offshore drilling industry in the Middle East and Africa region up to 2016. 

The report also provides segmented forecasts for the offshore drilling market in major countries in the Middle East and Africa region. In-depth analysis of key trends and challenges in the offshore drilling market in the region are also provided. An analysis of the competitive scenario, data on the offshore wells and drilling expenditure in the region are also provided for each market segment. This report has been compiled using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research’s team of industry experts.

Scope

  • Overview and analysis of the offshore drilling industry in the Middle East and Africa
  • Analysis of past market trends and forecasts to 2016
  • Analysis and forecast for offshore wells drilled and offshore drilling expenditure
  • Country-specific data analysis of Nigeria, Angola, Libya, Egypt, Qatar, UAE, Iran, and Saudi Arabia
  • Analysis of opportunities and challenges in the emerging markets of the offshore drilling industry of Middle East and Africa
  • Analysis of the competitive scenario for the offshore drilling industry in the Middle East and Africa

Reasons to Buy

  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights into the offshore drilling industry in Middle East and Africa.
  • Identify opportunities and challenges in the offshore drilling industry in Middle East and Africa
  • Increase future revenues and profitability with the help of insights on the future opportunities and critical success factors in the offshore drilling industry in the Middle East and Africa
  • Benchmark operations and strategies against major players in the offshore drilling industry in Middle East and Africa
Table of Contents

1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 Executive Summary
2.1 $77.3 billion Expected to be Spent on Offshore Drilling in the Middle East and Africa Between 2012 and 2016
2.2 Ghana Expected to Emerge as Most Promising Exploration Region in West Africa
2.3 Offshore Blocks of Mozambique, Tanzania and Kenya are Driving Operator Activity in East Africa
2.4 Increasing Trend towards Deep and Ultra-Deep Water Exploration and Production Drives Growth of Offshore Drilling Industry

3 Introduction
3.1 GBI Research Report Guidance

4 Introduction to Offshore Drilling Industry
4.1 Offshore Drilling and Major Offshore Areas in Middle East and Africa
4.2 Impact of Offshore Exploration Business on Offshore Drilling Business
4.3 Importance of Various Local Government and Private Regulations Influences Offshore Exploration and Drilling Business
4.3.1 Offshore Drilling Business Development and Key Bid Evaluation Criteria
4.3.2 Technical Suitability
4.3.3 Price
4.3.4 Availability
4.4 Offshore Drilling Industry and Its Role as Part of Upstream Oil and Gas Industry Value Chain
4.5 Types of Rig and Support Services
4.5.1 Mobile Bottom-Supported Rigs
4.5.1.1 Jack-up Drilling Rigs
4.5.1.2 Submersible Drilling Rigs
4.5.2 Floating Rigs
4.5.2.1 Drillships
4.5.2.2 Semi-submersible Drilling Rigs
4.5.3 Key Technologies Used as Supporting Mechanisms in Floating Rigs
4.5.4 Subsea Production and Processing Systems
4.6 Offshore Drilling Technology Concepts
4.6.1 Exploratory Wells
4.6.2 Appraisal Wells
4.6.3 Development Wells
4.6.4 Deepwater Drilling
4.6.5 Rotary Drilling Procedures
4.7 Key Allied Segments Supplementing the Core Offshore Drilling Business
4.7.1 Oilfield Services
4.7.2 Geo-Scientific Support Services
4.7.3 Rig Support Services
4.7.4 Engineering and Equipment Support Services

5 Key Trends and Challenges for Offshore Drilling Industry in Middle East and Africa
5.1 Increasing Offshore Discoveries in Middle East and Africa Boost Exploration Activities in the Region
5.2 Floating Production Storage and Offloading Vessels to Play Vital Role in Oil and Gas Production Offshore Middle East and Africa
5.3 West Africa Deepwater Pre-Salt Plays Rapidly Becoming Established as Potential Areas for Exploration Activities
5.4 Increasing Piracy Attacks Impede the Planned Growth of Oil and Gas Markets of Ghana, Ivory Coast, Liberia and Sierra Leone

6 Offshore Drilling Forecasts for Middle East and Africa to 2016
6.1 Offshore Drilling Expenditure Forecasts for Middle East and Africa to 2016
6.2 Offshore Drilling Expenditure Forecasts in the Middle East to 2016, by Country
6.3 Offshore Drilling Expenditure Forecasts for Africa to 2016, by Country
6.4 Offshore Wells Forecasts for Middle East and Africa to 2016
6.5 Offshore Wells Forecasts for Middle East to 2016, by Country
6.6 Offshore Wells Forecasts for Africa to 2016, by Country
6.7 Profiles of Major Offshore Drilling Contractors for Middle East and Africa
6.7.1 Transocean Limited
6.7.2 Noble Corporation
6.7.3 Diamond Offshore Drilling
6.7.4 Ensco International
6.7.5 Seadrill

7 Key Middle East and Africa Countries’ Offshore Wells and Drilling Expenditure Statistics
7.1 Nigeria Offshore Drilling Forecasts to 2016
7.1.1 Nigeria, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, 2000–2016
7.1.2 Nigeria, Offshore Well Forecasts, 2000–2016
7.1.3 Leading Offshore Lease Holders, Nigeria, 2011
7.2 Angola Offshore Drilling Forecasts to 2016
7.2.1 Angola, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, 2000–2016
7.2.2 Angola, Offshore Wells’ Forecasts, 2000–2016
7.2.3 Leading Offshore Lease Holders, Angola, 2011
7.3 Egypt Offshore Drilling Forecasts to 2016
7.3.1 Egypt, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, 2000–2016
7.3.2 Egypt, Offshore Wells’ Forecasts, 2000–2016
7.3.3 Leading Offshore Lease Holders, Egypt, 2011
7.4 Libya Offshore Drilling Forecasts to 2016
7.4.1 Libya, Offshore Drilling Expenditure, 2000–2016
7.4.2 Libya, Offshore Well Forecasts, 2000–2016
7.4.3 Leading Offshore Lease Holders, Libya, 2011
7.5 Qatar Offshore Drilling Forecasts to 2016
7.5.1 Offshore Drilling Expenditure, Qatar, 2000–2016
7.5.2 Offshore Wells Forecasts, Qatar, 2000–2016
7.5.3 Leading Offshore Lease Holders, Qatar, 2011
7.6 United Arab Emirates Offshore Drilling Forecasts to 2016
7.6.1 Offshore Drilling Expenditure, United Arab Emirates, 2000–2016
7.6.2 Offshore Wells’ Forecasts, United Arab Emirates, 2000–2016
7.6.3 Leading Offshore Lease Holders, United Arab Emirates, 2011
7.7 Iran Offshore Drilling Forecasts to 2016
7.7.1 Offshore Drilling Expenditure, Iran, 2000–2016
7.7.2 Offshore Wells Forecasts, Iran, 2000–2016
7.7.3 Leading Offshore Lease Holders, Iran, 2011
7.8 Saudi Arabia Offshore Drilling Forecasts to 2016
7.8.1 Offshore Drilling Expenditure, Saudi Arabia, 2000–2016
7.8.2 Offshore Wells Forecasts, Saudi Arabia, 2000–2016
7.9 Middle East and Africa – Offshore Drilling Scenario of Other Countries
7.9.1 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Bahrain
7.9.2 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Ghana
7.9.3 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Sierra Leone
7.9.4 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Kenya
7.9.5 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Tanzania
7.9.6 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Mozambique
7.9.7 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Liberia
7.9.8 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Republic of the Congo
7.9.9 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Equatorial Guinea
7.9.10 Offshore Drilling Scenario, Namibia

8 Appendix
8.1 Market Definition
8.2 Methodology
8.3 Coverage
8.3.1 Secondary Research
8.3.2 Primary Research
8.3.3 Expert Panel Validation
8.4 Abbreviations
8.5 Bibliography
8.6 Contact Us
8.7 About GBI Research
8.8 Disclaimer

List of Tables


Table 1: Offshore Industry, West Africa, Major Discoveries, 2011
Table 2: Offshore Industry, Africa, Major Discoveries, 2012
Table 3: Offshore Drilling, Middle East and Africa, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 4: Offshore Drilling, Middle East, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 5: Offshore Drilling, Africa, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 6: Offshore Drilling, Middle East and Africa, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 7: Offshore Drilling, Middle East, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 8: Offshore Drilling, Africa, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 9: Transocean Limited, Rig Fleet Summary, Middle East and Africa, 2012
Table 10: Noble Corporation, Rig Fleet Summary, Middle East and Africa, 2012
Table 11: Diamond Offshore, Rig Fleet Summary, Middle East and Africa, 2012
Table 12: Ensco International, Rig Fleet Summary, Middle East and Africa, 2012
Table 13: Seadrill, Rig Fleet Summary, Middle East and Africa, 2012
Table 14: Offshore Industry, Nigeria, Planned Upstream Projects
Table 15: Offshore Drilling, Nigeria, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 16: Offshore Drilling, Nigeria, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 17: Offshore Industry, Nigeria, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Table 18: Offshore Industry, Nigeria, Planned Upstream Projects
Table 19: Offshore Drilling, Angola, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 20: Offshore Drilling, Angola, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 21: Offshore Industry, Angola, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Table 22: Offshore Drilling, Egypt, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 23: Offshore Drilling, Egypt, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 24: Offshore Industry, Egypt, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Table 25: Offshore Drilling, Libya, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 26: Offshore Drilling, Egypt, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 27: Offshore Industry, Libya, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Table 28: Offshore Drilling, Qatar, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 29: Offshore Drilling, Qatar, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 30: Offshore Industry, Qatar, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Table 31: Offshore Drilling, United Arab Emirates, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 32: Offshore Drilling, United Arab Emirates, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 33: Offshore Industry, United Arab Emirates, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Table 34: Offshore Drilling, Iran, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 35: Offshore Drilling, Iran, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 36: Offshore Industry, Iran, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Table 37: Offshore Drilling, Saudi Arabia, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Table 38: Offshore Drilling, Saudi Arabia, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Table 39: Offshore Industry, Ghana, Leading 10 Companies by Gross Acreage (km2), 2012
Table 40: Offshore Industry, Sierra Leone, Leading Companies by Gross Acreage (km2), 2012
Table 41: Offshore Industry, Kenya, Leading 10 Companies by Gross Acreage (Sq km), 2012
Table 42: Offshore Industry, Tanzania, Leading 10 Companies by Gross Acreage (km2), 2012
Table 43: Offshore Industry, Mozambique, Leading 10 Companies by Gross Acreage (km2), 2012
Table 44: Offshore Industry, Liberia, Leading 10 Companies by Gross Acreage (km2), 2012
Table 45: Offshore Industry, Namibia, Leading 10 Companies by Gross Acreage (km2), 2012

List of Figures


Figure 1: Offshore Drilling, Middle East and Africa, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 2: Offshore Industry, Middle East and Africa, Number of Discoveries, 2008–2012
Figure 3: Floating Production and Storage Offloading Vessel Industry, Middle East and Africa, Number of Active Floating Production and Storage Offloading Vessels by Country, 2011
Figure 4: Offshore Drilling, West Africa, Pre-Salt Basins
Figure 5: Offshore Drilling, Middle East and Africa, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 6: Offshore Drilling, Middle East, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 7: Offshore Drilling Africa, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 8: Offshore Drilling, Middle East and Africa, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 9: Offshore Drilling, Middle East, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 10: Offshore Drilling, Africa, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 11: Offshore Drilling, Nigeria, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 12: Offshore Drilling, Nigeria, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 13: Offshore Industry, Nigeria, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Figure 14: Offshore Drilling, Angola, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 15: Offshore Drilling, Angola, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 16: Offshore Industry, Angola, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Figure 17: Offshore Drilling, Egypt, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 18: Offshore Drilling, Egypt, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 19: Offshore Drilling, Libya, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 20: Offshore Drilling, Libya, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 21: Offshore Industry, Libya, Leading Offshore Lease-Holders, 2011
Figure 22: Offshore Drilling, Qatar, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 23: Offshore Drilling, Qatar, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 24: Offshore Drilling, United Arab Emirates, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 25: Offshore Drilling, United Arab Emirates, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 26: Offshore Drilling, Iran, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 27: Offshore Drilling, Iran, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016
Figure 28: Offshore Drilling, Saudi Arabia, Drilling Expenditure ($bn), 2000–2016
Figure 29: Offshore Drilling, Saudi Arabia, Wells Drilled, 2000–2016

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