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Report Coverage

  • Global Market Outlook
  • Regional Market Outlook
  • Cost Drivers
  • Supply Market Outlook

Market Size

Global market size

$9.67 Billion

North America

$8.20 Billion

Europe

$0.33 Billion

APAC

$0.34 Billion

Table of contents

  1. Stimulation Chemical Executive Summary
  2. Category Landscape
  3. Global Market Outlook
  4. COVID-19 Impact on Stimulation Fluids Market

 

  1. Stimulation Chemical Market Analysis 
  2. Category Description
  3. Global Market Overview for Stimulation Fluids
  4. Regional Market Outlook
  5. Market Drivers and Constraints
  6. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis:
     Innovation
    Sustainability

 

  1. Stimulation Chemical Cost Analysis and Breakup 
  2. Cost Break up
  3. Cost Drivers

 

  1. Stimulation Chemical Engagement and Contract Practices
  2. Best Practices
  3. Types of Engagement and Contract Practices

 

  1. Stimulation Chemical Supply Analysis
  2. Supply Market Outlook

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Global Market Outlook on Stimulation Chemical

The global stimulation fluids market is estimated to be $9.67 billion in 2020, and it is expected to reach $12.1 billion by the end of 2023, with a CAGR of 7.6 percent. In Q2 2020, the stimulation fluids market across all the regions is expected to
decline, due to low activities

  • Stimulation fluids are required during drilling and production operation. However, there are many regional and global providers present in the market except for proprietary products
  • North America and Middle East regions are highly matured while APAC and LATAM regions are medium matured markets

Global market for stimulation fluids is estimated to be at $9.7 billion in 2020. On a global scale, fracturing by application and gelling agents by fluid type contributed to majority of the stimulation fluids market share in 2020

  • The stimulation fluids market is expected to drop by more than $2.4 billion in 2020 compared to 2019 due to lower oil and gas activities across the globe 

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In terms of value, the global oil and gas stimulation fluids market stood at $9.7 billion in 2020. The market is forecast to reach $12.1 billion by the end of 2023, with a CAGR of 7.6 percent
• The stimulation fluids market is completely dependent on drilling activities and production of crude oil. The market is expec ted to drop by $4.7 billion in 2020. However, rebounding oil price is seen as the key driving force for wireline services activities in the comin g years
• Segment wise, gelling agents accounted for over 30 percent of the overall stimulation fluids market in 2020 while hydraulic fracturing activities attributed to more than 50 percent of the stimulation fluids market 

Global Stimulation Fluids - Market Drivers and Constraints

 Drivers

  • Stimulation fluids are primarily required during hydraulic fracturing, matrix acidization, acid fracking, enhanced oil recovery and other well simulation activities. Increasing in number of drilling wells and increase in the production of crude oil and gas globally will increase demand for stimulation fluids
  • An expected, increase in CAPEX spending by major oil and gas companies will drive the demand for well stimulation fluids in the near future
  • Advancement in technologies in the application of nanoparticles for well stimulations is likely to increase the demand

Constraints

  • Stringent environment & emission regulations are making the stimulation fluids costlier across several countries.
  • Major oil & gas assets in Australian Offshore, Gulf of Mexico, Canada are located in environmentally sensitive areas require state-of-art technology which comes with higher cost.
  • Current scenario of low oil prices slowdown the drilling activity affecting stimulation

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