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石油・ガス産業におけるM2Mアプリケーション (第3版)

M2M Applications in the Oil and Gas Industry – 3rd Edition

 

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Berg Insight
ベルグインサイト社
2015年8月Eur1,000Eur1,500
1-5ユーザライセンス
139

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この調査レポートは、世界の石油・ガス産業向けモバイルM2Mアプリケーション市場を調査・分析しています。

主な掲載内容 (目次より抜粋)

  1. 石油・ガス産業
  2. 石油・ガスセクタにおけるワイヤレスM2M
    1. 石油・ガスセクタにおけるワイヤレスM2Mインフラ
    2. オペレーション管理
    3. 設備管理
    4. 法規制順守と報告
    5. ビジネスモデルとプロジェクト戦略
  3. 市場予測と動向
    1. 市場分析
    2. 市場促進要因と阻害要因
    3. バリューチェーン分析
    4. 今後の業界動向
  4. 北米の機器とソリューションベンダ
  5. 欧州とその他の国々(RoW)の機器とソリューションベンダ

Description

This study investigates the worldwide market for wireless M2M applications in the oil and gas industry. Typical applications include pipeline, tank and well field equipment monitoring and control. The installed base of wireless M2M devices in the oil and gas industry is forecasted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 20.1 percent from 0.5 million units at the end of 2014 to 1.25 million units by 2019. Get up to date with the latest information about vendors, products and markets.

Summary

Executive summary

M2M  is  an  abbreviation  for  machine-to-machine,  or  technology  that  supports  wired  or wireless communication between devices. M2M technology has evolved from telemetry which is a technology that allows the remote measurement and reporting of information of interest to  the  system  operator.  Supervisory  Control  And  Data  Acquisition  (SCADA)  systems  are centralized  systems  that  utilize  telemetry  to  monitor  and  control  remote  facilities.  SCADA, telemetry  and  M2M  solutions can  be  found  throughout  the  oil &  gas  value chain  including applications such as drill and well monitoring, fiscal metering and pipeline monitoring. Today, M2M  and  telemetry  are  integrational  parts  of  the  broader  term  Industrial  Internet  of  Things (IIoT).  The  oil  &  gas  industry  is  characterized  by  remote  and  inaccessible  facilities  where wireless communication in many cases is the only viable option for transferring data. Wireless technologies  such  as  private  radio,  cellular  and  satellite  communication  can  provide ubiquitous online connectivity at reasonable cost and deliver very high performance, as well as excellent availability. All of these components combined enable the delivery of operations management,  equipment  management  and  regulatory  compliance  applications  linking remote equipment and enterprise IT systems.

Berg Insight estimates that shipments of oil & gas M2M devices featuring cellular or satellite communication  capabilities  reached  0.12  million  units  worldwide  in  2014.  Growing  at  a compound annual growth rate of 21.0 percent, shipments are expected to reach 0.30 million in 2019. Compound annual growth rates for cellular and satellite based devices will be 21.1 percent and 20.6 percent respectively during the same period. The installed base of oil & gas M2M devices is forecasted to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 20.1 percent from 0.5 million units at the end of 2014 to 1.25 million units by 2019. The installed base of cellular and  satellite  based  M2M  devices  in  2019  are  forecasted  to  be  0.99  million  units  and  0.27 million  units  respectively.  Berg  Insight  anticipates  that  pipeline  monitoring  and  tank monitoring  will  be  the  top  M2M  applications  in  the  oil  &  gas  industry.  On-shore  well  field equipment  monitoring  will  be  the  most  common  wireless  application  in  the  upstream segment.

Major  M2M  companies,  oil  &  gas  M2M  specialists  and  global  industrial  technology companies are active on the wireless M2M application market in the oil & gas industry. Sierra Wireless,  Digi  International,  Calamp,  Orbcomm  and  Numerex  are  major  M2M  players  that deliver solutions to a wide range of industries including oil & gas. FreeWave Technologies is an  important  vendor  of  M2M  private  radio  solutions  to  the  North  American  upstream  and midstream oil & gas market. Pason Systems and Zedi are Canadian based companies which are  major  vendors  of  specialized  field  instrumentation,  equipment,  services  and  M2M solutions  for  the  upstream  and  midstream  segments.  CriticalControl,  Elecsys,  DataOnline, ZTR Control Systems, eLynx Technologies, Willowglen Systems, Oleumtech, AMCi Wireless and  American  Innovations  are  providers  of  specialised  wireless  M2M  solutions  for  remote control,  monitoring  and  automation  in  oil  &  gas.  TankLink,  ISA,  Sensile Technologies, Silentsoft,  Powelectrics  and  Silicon  Controls  are  major  vendors  of  remote  monitoring solutions for oil & gas storage tanks in the downstream segment. In addition to specialised M2M players, important actors are also found among global industrial companies. Emerson, Siemens, General Electric, Schneider Electric, Honeywell, ABB and Rockwell Automation are all major providers of wireless monitoring and control solutions to the oil & gas industry.

Wireless  M2M  solutions  have  become  increasingly  popular  in  oil  &  gas  applications  in  the past  few  years.  The  main  drivers  for  adoption  are  safety  and  environmental  concerns, regulatory compliance and demand for improved operational efficiency. In 2014, M2M in oil & gas experienced strong growth levels. However, growth slowed down considerably at the end of the year when oil prices – which started decreasing in July 2014 – reached half of previous levels.  North  America  is  the  leading  region  for  wireless  M2M  in  oil  &  gas  and  energy producers in the region were particularly affected by the price drops which resulted in halted investments.  This  change  in  the  market  has  however  led  to  an  increased  focus  on  cost savings  and  efficiency.  New  technology  and  solutions  with  a  demonstrated  high  ROI  are prioritised,  especially  when  combined  with  Solution-as-a-Service  business  models  which minimise  the  initial  investment.  Automation,  remote  control  and  monitoring  are  extra important in order to make it cost effective to extract, transport and distribute unconventional resources such as shale gas and tight oil.



目次

Table of Contents

Table of Contents ......................................................................................................................... i
List of Figures .............................................................................................................................. v

Executive summary ..................................................................................................................... 1

1  The oil and gas industry ...................................................................................................... 3

1.1  Introduction to the oil and gas industry ....................................................................... 3
1.2  Oil and gas industry players ........................................................................................ 5
1.2.1  International and national oil companies .............................................................. 5
1.2.2  OPEC ..................................................................................................................... 7
1.2.3  Independent Oil and gas exploration and production companies ....................... 8
1.2.4  Oil and gas service companies ............................................................................. 9
1.3  The worldwide oil and gas market ............................................................................ 11
1.3.1  Oil and gas reserves distribution ........................................................................ 11
1.3.2  Oil and gas production ........................................................................................ 13
1.3.3  Oil and gas consumption .................................................................................... 13
1.4  Oil and gas production and distribution .................................................................... 15
1.4.1  Exploration, development and production .......................................................... 15
1.4.2  Transportation and storage ................................................................................. 17
1.4.3  Refining and marketing ....................................................................................... 19

2  Wireless M2M solutions in the oil and gas sector ............................................................. 21

2.1  Wireless M2M infrastructure in oil and gas ............................................................... 22
2.1.1  Facilities segment ................................................................................................ 24
2.1.2  Service segment .................................................................................................. 26
2.1.3  Network segment ................................................................................................ 27
2.2  Operations management ........................................................................................... 29
2.2.1  Exploration and production management .......................................................... 29
2.2.2  Distribution and marketing management ............................................................ 30
2.2.3  Remote site communications .............................................................................. 30
2.3  Equipment management ........................................................................................... 31
2.3.1  Equipment diagnostics and maintenance planning ........................................... 31
2.3.2  Security and Safety ............................................................................................. 32
2.4  Regulatory compliance and reporting ....................................................................... 32
2.4.1  Regulations.......................................................................................................... 32
2.4.2  Tax collection ...................................................................................................... 33
2.5  Business models and project strategies ................................................................... 33

3  Market forecasts and trends .............................................................................................. 35

3.1  Market analysis .......................................................................................................... 35
3.1.1  Installed base and unit shipments ...................................................................... 36
3.1.2  Vertical markets ................................................................................................... 37
3.1.3  Regional markets ................................................................................................ 38
3.1.4  Major Vendors ..................................................................................................... 39
3.2  Market drivers and barriers ........................................................................................ 42
3.2.1  Macroeconomic environment ............................................................................. 42
3.2.2  Regulatory environment ...................................................................................... 43
3.2.3  Competitive environment .................................................................................... 43
3.2.4  Technology environment .................................................................................... 44
3.3  Value chain analysis .................................................................................................. 45
3.3.1  Wireless M2M and telemetry industry players .................................................... 45
3.3.2  Industrial technology industry players ................................................................ 47
3.3.3  Oil and gas industry players................................................................................ 49
3.3.4  Wireless operators and managed service providers .......................................... 50
3.3.5  IoT platform and IT industry players ................................................................... 53
3.4  Future industry trends ............................................................................................... 56

4  Norh American device and solution vendors .................................................................... 59

4.1  Advantis ..................................................................................................................... 62
4.2  AMCi Wireless ............................................................................................................ 62
4.3  American Innovations ................................................................................................ 63
4.4  Apprion ...................................................................................................................... 65
4.5  Atek Access Technologies ........................................................................................ 66
4.6  Banner Engineering ................................................................................................... 67
4.7  Belden ........................................................................................................................ 67
4.8  Bentek Systems ......................................................................................................... 69
4.9  CalAmp ...................................................................................................................... 70
4.10  Critical Control Energy Services ................................................................................ 71
4.11  DataOnline ................................................................................................................. 72
4.12  Digi International ........................................................................................................ 73
4.13  Elecsys ....................................................................................................................... 75
4.14  eLynx Technologies ................................................................................................... 76
4.15  Emerson .................................................................................................................... 77
4.16  FreeWave Technologies ............................................................................................ 78
4.17  General Electric ......................................................................................................... 80
4.18  Geoforce .................................................................................................................... 82
4.19  High Tide Technologies ............................................................................................. 83
4.20  Honeywell .................................................................................................................. 84
4.21  Independent Technologies ........................................................................................ 85
4.22  M2M Data Corporation .............................................................................................. 86
4.23  Numerex .................................................................................................................... 87
4.24  OleumTech ................................................................................................................ 89
4.25  Orbcomm ................................................................................................................... 90
4.26  Pason Systems .......................................................................................................... 93
4.27  Pedigree Technologies .............................................................................................. 94
4.28  Quake Global ............................................................................................................. 95
4.29  Red Lion ..................................................................................................................... 96
4.30  Rockwell Automation ................................................................................................. 97
4.31  Sierra Wireless ........................................................................................................... 99
4.32  SPOC Automation ................................................................................................... 101
4.33  Telog Instruments .................................................................................................... 101
4.34  Telular (SkyBitz, TankLink) ...................................................................................... 102
4.35  Trimble ..................................................................................................................... 104
4.36  Vizimax ..................................................................................................................... 105
4.37  WellAware ................................................................................................................ 106
4.38  Willowglen Systems ................................................................................................. 107
4.39  Wireless Seismic ...................................................................................................... 108
4.40  Xenon ....................................................................................................................... 109
4.41  Zedi .......................................................................................................................... 109
4.42  ZTR Control Systems ............................................................................................... 110

5  European and Rest of World device and solution vendors ............................................. 113

5.1  ABB .......................................................................................................................... 115
5.2  Eaton ........................................................................................................................ 116
5.3  Eurotech .................................................................................................................. 118
5.4  GasSecure ............................................................................................................... 119
5.5  ISA ........................................................................................................................... 120
5.6  Moxa ........................................................................................................................ 121
5.7  Pacific Controls ........................................................................................................ 121
5.8  Powelectrics ............................................................................................................. 123
5.9  PSI ........................................................................................................................... 123
5.10  Racom ...................................................................................................................... 124
5.11  Schneider Electric .................................................................................................... 125
5.12  Semaphore .............................................................................................................. 127
5.13  Sensile Technologies .............................................................................................. 128
5.14  Sercel ....................................................................................................................... 129
5.15  Siemens ................................................................................................................... 130
5.16  Silentsoft .................................................................................................................. 131
5.17  Silicon Controls ....................................................................................................... 132
5.18  SRETT ...................................................................................................................... 133
5.19  WFS Technologies .................................................................................................. 134
5.20  Wireless Innovation.................................................................................................. 135
5.21  Yokogawa ................................................................................................................ 135
5.22  Zencus ..................................................................................................................... 136
Glossary .................................................................................................................................. 139

List of Figures

Figure 1.1: Energy consumption by fuel (World 2014) ............................................................... 4
Figure 1.2: Oil and gas industry value chain .............................................................................. 5
Figure 1.3: Major integrated oil and gas companies (2014) ....................................................... 6
Figure 1.4: OPEC member countries .......................................................................................... 8
Figure 1.5: Major independent oil and gas operators (World 2014) .......................................... 9
Figure 1.6: Major oil and gas service companies (World 2014) ............................................... 10
Figure 1.7: Oil and gas reserves distribution (World 2014) ...................................................... 12
Figure 1.8: Oil & gas production and consumption by region (World 2014) ........................... 14
Figure 1.9: Total final consumption of oil and gas by sector (World 2012) .............................. 15
Figure 1.10: Active oil and gas rigs (World Jan 2008 – May 2015) .......................................... 16
Figure 1.11: Oil and gas pipelines by country (World 2013) .................................................... 18
Figure 2.1: Overview of wireless M2M infrastructure in oil and gas ......................................... 23
Figure 2.2: Examples of SCADA control devices ..................................................................... 25
Figure 2.3: Example of service segment .................................................................................. 27
Figure 2.4: Wireless network characteristics ............................................................................ 29
Figure 3.1: Oil and gas M2M device shipments by technology (World 2013–2019)................ 36
Figure 3.2: Oil and gas M2M device shipments by vertical (World 2013–2019) ...................... 37
Figure 3.3: Oil and gas M2M device shipments by region (World 2013–2019) ....................... 39
Figure 3.4: Major wireless M2M vendors in the oil & gas market ............................................. 41
Figure 3.5: Data for selected wireless M2M players in the oil & gas market ............................ 46
Figure 3.6: Data for selected industrial technology vendors .................................................... 48
Figure 3.7: Major M2M communication service providers ....................................................... 51
Figure 3.8: Industrial IoT platform vendor landscape ............................................................... 54
Figure 4.1: Oil and gas M2M solution vendors in North America (A–G) .................................. 60
Figure 4.2: Oil and gas M2M solution vendors in North America (H–Z) ................................... 61
Figure 4.3: American Innovations’ Bullhorn solution ................................................................ 64
Figure 4.4: The SmartEFM solution from CriticalControl .......................................................... 72
Figure 4.5: Wireless products from High Tide Technologies ................................................... 83
Figure 4.6: OleumTech wireless oilfield automation ................................................................. 90
Figure 4.7: Electronic drilling recorder from Pason Systems ................................................... 93
Figure 5.1: Oil and gas M2M solution providers in Europe and Rest of World ...................... 114
Figure 5.2: Sensile Technologies Oil Link remote tank monitoring solution .......................... 129
Figure 5.3: Gaslog telemetry system from Silicon Controls ................................................... 133

 

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The installed base of wireless M2M devices in the oil & gas industry to reach 1.25 million by 2019

2015-08-14

According to a new research report from the analyst firm Berg Insight, the number of devices featuring cellular or satellite connectivity deployed in oil & gas applications worldwide was 0.5 million at the end of 2014. Growing at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 20.1 percent, this number is expected to reach 1.25 million units by 2019. The split between cellular and satellite based M2M devices at the end of the forecast period will be 0.99 million units and 0.27 million units respectively. The oil & gas industry is characterized by remote and inaccessible facilities where wireless communication in many cases is the only viable option for transferring M2M data. Pipeline monitoring and tank monitoring are the top two M2M applications in the midstream and downstream segments while on-shore well field equipment is the most common wireless application in the oil & gas upstream segment. Wireless M2M solutions have become increasingly popular in oil & gas applications in the past few years. The main drivers for adoption are safety and environmental concerns, regulatory compliance and demand for improved operational efficiency.

“In 2014, M2M solutions in the oil & gas market experienced very healthy growth levels before slowing down at the end of the year when oil prices reached half of previous levels”, said Johan Svanberg, Senior Analyst, Berg Insight. North America is the leading region for wireless M2M in oil & gas and energy producers in the region were particularly affected by the price drops which resulted in halted investments. This change in the market has however led to an increased focus on cost savings and efficiency. He adds that new technology and solutions with a demonstrated high ROI are prioritised, especially when combined with Solution-as-a-Service business models which minimise the initial investment. Automation, remote control and monitoring are extra important in order to make it cost effective to extract, transport and distribute unconventional resources such as shale gas and tight oil. Major M2M companies, oil & gas M2M specialists and global industrial technology companies are active on the wireless M2M application market in the oil & gas industry. Sierra Wireless, Digi International, Orbcomm and Numerex are major M2M players that deliver solutions to a wide range of industries including oil & gas. FreeWave Technologies is an important vendor of M2M private radio solutions to the North American upstream and midstream oil & gas markets. Pason Systems and Zedi are Canadian based companies which are major vendors of specialized field instrumentation, equipment, services and M2M solutions for the upstream and midstream segments. CriticalControl, Elecsys, ZTR Control Systems, eLynx Technologies, Willowglen Systems, Oleumtech, AMCi Wireless, DataOnline and American Innovation are providers of specialised wireless M2M solutions for remote control, monitoring and automation in oil & gas. Tanklink, ISA, Sensile Technologies, Silentsoft, Powelectrics and Silicon Controls are major vendors of remote monitoring solutions for storage tanks in the downstream segment. Other important players are global technology and automation companies. Emerson, Siemens, General Electric, Schneider Electric, Honeywell, ABB and Rockwell Automation are all major providers of wireless control solutions to the oil & gas industry.

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