2025 Projections: Oil Pipeline Infrastructure Market Report by Product and Regional Outlook | 2.5% CAGR

[260 Pages Report]: Global Market Insights presents an extensive report on Oil Pipeline Infrastructure Market share that offers qualitative information about prevailing trends and a detailed analysis of the growth trajectory of this industry.

The U.S. oil pipeline infrastructure market size will surpass the cumulative installation of 450,000 km in 2018. Upgradation of drilling technologies coupled with robust investment in infrastructure development will stimulate the business growth. Majority of the fields across Texas and North East U.S., including the Permian basin will come in to production in 2019. Significant offshore funding leading to increasing rig count across the U.S. will boost the development of pipeline network.

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Oil Pipeline Infrastructure Market will grow over USD 135 billion by 2025. Increasing investment toward E&P activities along with ongoing discoveries of several potential fields will drive the oil pipeline infrastructure market. Rising concerns to ensure energy security coupled with direct influence on employment generation, GDP and other macroeconomic factors will augment the industry landscape. For instance, in 2018, various oil reserves were discovered across the U.S., Norway, Oman and Cyprus in which nearly all the fields across Guyana and Cyprus were ultra-deep-water fields.

The oil pipeline infrastructure market size is set to grow on account of booming international oil trades and rapid globalization. Increasing requirement for replacement of aging infrastructure along with ongoing refurbishment projects will complement the industry landscape. Strict environment norms coupled with protest from regional activist group will hinder the clearance of various pipeline projects.

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Rising production from subsea oilfields will proliferate the growth across offshore oil pipeline infrastructure market. Growing industry consolidations for access to foreign reserves or joint development of oil rich fields along with flexible trade policies will augment the industry landscape. Furthermore, prevailing upgradation and replacement projects will positively enhance the industry outlook.

In April 2018, McDermott International publicized its air & saturation dive for offshore pipeline development project, for replacement of several pipeline assets.Ongoing geopolitics and rivalry among the leading industry players competing to capture maximum industry share will foster the Middle East oil pipeline infrastructure market. Major industry players including Iran and Qatar are extending its pipelines toward Europe in order to diversify from Russian dominance. Major oil pipelines are anticipated to start operations by 2022 that include Naeen-Rey pipeline and Goureh-Jask pipeline with a length of 420 km and 1,100 km respectively.

Growing need for establishing efficient and reliable oil transport network across the developing economies will drive the oil pipeline infrastructure market from transmission lines. Stringent codes and standards regarding the quality and raw material have instigated the replacement of various pipelines. Respective government funding for upgradation of existing assets coupled with increasing number of greenfield projects will enhance the industry outlook.

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Eminent players operating in the oil pipeline infrastructure market share comprises Enbridge, TransCanada, Kinder Morgan, Enbridge, Pembina, PetroChina, CNPC, Petrobras, National Oil Varco, Bechtel, Europipe, Chelpipe, Welspun Corporation, Jindal Group and CRC Evans.

 Partial Table of Contents (ToC) of the report:

Report Content
Chapter 1 Methodology & Scope
1.1 Methodology
1.2 Market definitions
1.3 Market estimates & forecast parameters
1.4 Data sources
1.4.1 Primary
1.4.2 Secondary Paid sources Public sources

Chapter 2 Executive Summary
2.1 Oil pipeline infrastructure market 360 degree synopsis, 2014 – 2025
2.1.1 Business trends
2.1.2 Application trends
2.1.3 Operation trends
2.1.4 Diameter trends
2.1.5 Product trends
2.1.6 Regional trends

Chapter 3 Oil Pipeline Infrastructure Industry Insights
3.1 Industry segmentation
3.2 Industry landscape, 2014 – 2025
3.3 Industry ecosystem analysis
3.3.1 Vendor matrix
3.4 Innovation & sustainability
3.4.1 Enbridge
3.4.2 Gazprom
3.5 Regulatory landscape
3.5.1 North America U.S. Key regulatory bodies Antidumping Duty
3.5.2 Europe Pipeline Works Authorizations Projects of Common Interest (PCI): Infrastructure Regulation International Organization for Standardization Business standard company (BSI) European standard BS EN 14161
3.5.3 Asia Pacific Australia Pipeline Standards Western Australia China National Energy Administration (NEA) National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC): Oil and Gas Pipeline Protection Law India PNGRB Act (March 2006)
3.5.4 Middle East Regulations in Pipeline Transportation Qatar
3.5.5 Latin America Brazil National Agency of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Biofuels (ANP)
3.6 Price trend analysis
3.6.1 By Diameter
3.6.2 By Region North America Europe Asia Pacific Middel East & Africa Latin America
3.7 Industry impact forces
3.7.1 Growth drivers Increasing oil and gas investments Rapid discovery of shale oil reserve Growing crude oil consumption
3.7.2 Industry pitfalls & challenges Geopolitical uncertainty Volatile crude oil prices
3.8 Customer requirement
3.9 Entry barriers
3.10 Growth potential analysis
3.11 Porter’s analysis
3.12 Competitive landscape, 2018
3.12.1 Strategy dashboard Enbridge Inc. TransCanada Gazprom China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) DCP Midstream
3.13 PESTEL Analysis

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