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The definitive onshore pipelines report
The World Onshore Pipelines Market Report 2011-2015, from industry analysts Douglas-Westwood, considers the prospects for this global business and values the future markets through to 2015.
In this third edition of the World Onshore Pipelines Market Report, Douglas-Westwood presents a comprehensive view of the historic market from 2006-2010 and the forecast period from 2011-2015. A detailed database of projects, combined with an involved modelling and forecasting process, result in a unique view of the market in terms of length and value.
The report also reviews all aspects of onshore oil and gas pipelines from design, materials, techniques and components through to construction, operations and maintenance.
The World Onshore Pipeline Market Report 2011-2015 is aimed at the needs of the senior executive and assumes no previous reader knowledge of the subject area. It describes pipeline design and how routes are selected, safety considerations, sizing, flow and pressure control and storage. The choice of pipeline materials is discussed and major pipeline components are reviewed from coatings and fittings to pumps and compressors. Construction techniques and associated issues are explained from stringing, welding and trenching to backfilling, cleaning, sizing, quality control and testing. Operations and maintenance content includes a review of control, integrity, corrosion protection and repairs.
The Douglas-Westwood onshore pipelines market modelling process is based on actual project data and involves thorough independent scrutiny of each of the prospects on the company’s database, then examines the market drivers and prospects. Due to Douglas-Westwood’s project-based evaluation, some prospects have been moved backwards by one or more years. This ‘slippage’ of projects allows the forecasts to reflect the delays and schedule overruns that can occur in the industry.
Expenditure is broken down into the main spend areas of land and right of way, line pipe and fittings, pipeline construction, pump station and equipment and others (including delivery systems, communications and vehicles).
An acclaimed series
The World Onshore Pipelines Market Report 2011-2015 is the latest in an acclaimed series of business studies used by organisations worldwide. These include oil majors, investment banks, research institutes, hardware manufacturers, contractors, agencies and departments of governments.
Executive Summary – report introduction, market overview and conclusions.
Macro-Economic Drivers – analysis of the major forces driving onshore pipeline construction activity.
Introduction to Oil and Gas Pipelines – history, basic theory and terminology and industry regulators.
Transport Methods – pipelines versus other options, review of economic viability and minimising environmental impact.
Pipeline Safety and Security – review of safety records and reducing risks (including security risk).
Pipeline Design – route selection, safety considerations, sizing (line size, wall thickness and flow and pressure control), station location and storage.
Pipeline Materials – including production techniques, steel and different grades.
Major Pipeline Components – leading technologies and companies that provide them for pipe, coatings, fittings and flanges, valves, actuators, pumps and compressors.
Construction Operations – key stages, route preparation, crossings, stringing the pipe, welding and weld inspection, field joint coating, trenching, lowering in, tie-ins, backfilling, cleaning and sizing and pre-commissioning.
Operations and Maintenance – operation and control, control system architecture, control systems, maintaining integrity and fitness-for-purpose, corrosion protection and repairs.
Regional Profiles – review of activity on a region by region basis examining major projects and participants.
Case Studies – examples of recently completed and ongoing pipeline construction projects.
Market Forecasts – historic and forecast capital expenditure and pipeline length by region and market sub-segments covering the period 2006-2015.
Company Profiles – summary information for suppliers, manufacturers and design and engineering firms.
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