Transparency Market Research has announced the addition of the “Completion Fluids Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2016 - 2024" report to their offering.
Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/06/2017 -- The completion fluids market is a vital part of the oil and gas industry. Completion fluids are used to top up a reservoir before the initial extraction operations begin, and alter the chemical balance of the reservoir to make it suitable for extraction. As such, the formulation of completion fluids used in distinct regions has to be customized, making their role vital for the industry.
The prime driver for the global completion fluids has been the growing acknowledgment of the insufficiency of conventional oil sources. Conventional terrestrial oil wells have started to dry up at an alarming rate, leading to growing use of shale oil and offshore oil and gas resources. This has been vital for the completion fluids market, as more processing is required in unconventional oil and gas extraction technologies. New regional and competitive entities have emerged in the lead in the oil and gas market due to the shifts caused by the changing dynamics of oil production, which has also altered the global completion fluids market. The instability in the oil and gas sector has affected the completion fluids market adversely, but the latter is likely to exhibit steady progress in the coming years.
Regionally, key offshore oil producing regions such as Latin America, Asia Pacific, and West Africa are likely to be crucial for the global completion fluids market. While the Middle East's dominance on the global petroleum sector has been founded on the abundance of terrestrial oil, an increasing number of players in the region are also expanding their offshore resources, leading to growing demand from the completion fluids market. Growing shale oil activities in North America are also vital for the completion fluids market.
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Completion fluids are solid free highly filtered liquids that are used in the completion of oil and gas wells. Completion fluids help facilitate the final operation before the initiation of production. The chemical composition or properties of completion fluids should be in line with the reservoir characteristics. Brines such as bromides, chlorides, and formates are the typically used completion fluids. Besides these, any fluid with proper characteristics can be used as completion fluid. Based on application, the global completion fluids market has been segmented into onshore and offshore operations. In terms of fluid type, the completion fluids market can be segregated into oil based fluids, water based fluids, synthetic based fluids, and foams. The completion fluids market can be further divided in terms of region.
Global Completion Fluids Market: Trends and Opportunities
The global completion fluids market is expected to expand significantly, led by the rise in demand for cutting-edge technologies and implementation of nanotechnology. Increase in demand for energy, significant expansion of the shale industry, and rise in offshore drilling activities to locate the potential oil and gas reserves are the primary factors driving the completion fluids market. Usage of ecofriendly fluids that are less damaging to reservoirs is expected to be the new trend in the global completion fluids market. The completion fluids market is anticipated to expand at a significant pace in the near future due to the adoption of the state-of-the-art components and nanotechnology.
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The global completion fluids market has been contracting since the last few years owing to the instability in the upstream sector. Factors such as initial cost of upstream project, political issues, and stringent regulations of governments are restrains in completion fluids market. Certain regulations pertaining to environmental concerns, especially in offshore projects, need to be cleared by agencies such as the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) and Ministry of Environmental Affairs (MEA). These factors are estimated to hamper the completion fluids market in the next few years.