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Water for Offshore Oil and Gas

Offshore oil

It is predicted that the number of offshore platforms installed per year will double between 2011 and 2016, representing the continued growth in the offshore oil and gas sector. Driven by increasing global energy demand and technological improvements, E&P companies are increasingly exploiting deepwater fields and investing in solutions to maximise production from mature oilfields. This report will highlight the exciting opportunities for water companies to provide solutions to meet these market developments.

Water for Onshore Oil & Gas

Oil and gas cover web size

By 2035, the IEA predicts that global oil production will increase to 97 million barrels per day and gas production will reach 5 trillion cubic metres to meet growing demands. Managing the increased volumes of produced water associated with this rise in production and sourcing water for operations is become more challenging. There are growing opportunities for oilfield service and water technology companies offering solutions that meet these challenges - this report is an essential guide to the best prospects in the most attractive segments of this market.