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石油・ガス産業の無線センサーネットワーク:マーケットダイナミクスレポート(第6版)

Oil & Gas Wireless Sensor Networks

A Market Dynamics Report (6th edition)

 

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ON World Research
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2018年10月US$2,500
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米国調査会社オンワールドリサーチ(ON World Research)の調査レポート「石油・ガス産業の無線センサーネットワーク:マーケットダイナミクスレポート(第6版)」は、石油ガス産業の6年間の市場規模を市場毎、用途毎、製品セグメント毎、地域毎、技術毎に予測している。法規制や技術の概観、90社以上の企業の競争分析と、石油・ガス産業のIoT製品やサービスについても記載している。

Synopsis:

At a pivotal time for the oil and gas industry, wireless sensor networks (WSN) are connecting stranded assets, streamlining operations and reducing deployment costs.

WSNs have enabled remote monitoring from offshore platforms, battery-less sensors in Arctic oilfields, pipeline leak monitoring in South Africa, wireless seismic sensors and continuous monitoring for stripper wells. Oil and gas WSN advances continue today with multiprotocol wireless mesh devices, passive sensors, wireless MEMs and Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks that provide a new generation of solutions for connecting assets in remote locations as well as enabling exploration projects to go deeper in challenging environments.

Operating on increasingly thin margins and focused on maximizing output from existing resources, oil and gas companies are adopting wireless sensor instruments that provide up to 80% infrastructure savings compared with wired options. As oil prices continue to rise and exploration activity increases, WSN adoption is steadily growing for core applications such as wellhead automation and pipeline compressor/pump station monitoring as well as growing innovations for asset management, worker safety and environmental monitoring.

In 2023, global WSN revenues for oil and gas exploration, production and pipeline operation will reach $2.2 billion up from $480 million in 2017. Production will make up 60% of the revenues by this time, including wellhead automation, asset/equipment monitoring applications, asset tracking and locating, as well as safety and environmental applications.

This report is based on input from 100+ individuals across the whole oil and gas value chain. It also includes an extensive survey conducted by ON World in collaboration with the International Society of Automation (ISA) and the LoRa Alliance.

In this report-- our 6th edition-- we present the key survey findings; 6-year market size forecasts by market, application, product segment, geography and technology; as well as a standards/technology review and competitive analysis of 90+ companies with oil and gas IoT products and services.

 

Primary Research:

A few of the surveyed/interviewed companies include the following:

Vendors, Suppliers & Platforms:

ABB
Adaptive Wireless Solutions
Aginova
AI Senz
Ambient Systems
AmbioSystems
Analog Devices
Apprion
ARM
Atmel
AwiaTech
Azbil Corporation
B&B Electronics
Banner Engineering
Birdz
Buckman
CD Nova
Cisco
Control Data Systems
Cooper Industries
Corporation
Cosasco (Halma)

Cubic
Cymbet
Cypress Envirosystems
DecaWave
Defendec
Digi
Digital Matter
Dwyer Instruments
E.B. Horsman & Son
Eaton
Electrochem
Eltav
Emerson
Endress+Hauser
EnOcean
Ericsson
E-Senza
EVVOS
Expemb Group
FairfieldNodal
Ferro Solutions
Fleet Space Technologies
FreeWave
GainSpan
GasSecure (Drager)
General Electric
Geospace
Huawei
HP Inc.
Hitachi
Honeywell
IBM
Industrial Controls

INOVA Geophysical
Innoveering

Ingenu
Intergraph
Invensys
IOTA Devices
Kerlink
KONCAR
Kontron

 

Link Labs
Lumedyne Technologies

MACTek Corporation
Marvell

Mesh Systems
Microchip
Micropelt
Micron
MicroStrain
Mide
Moxa
Multi-Tech Systems

Murata
National Instruments
New Cosmos Electric
NXP
OleumTech
Omnimetrix
Panasonic
Panduit
Pedigree Technologies
Pepperl+Fuchs
Permasense
Perpetua
Perpetuum
Phoenix Contact
ProSoft Technology
QoSCOM
Radiocrafts
Rakon
RAE Systems
Raycap
Raytheon
Redline
Riken Keiki
RisingHP

Rockwell
Sagemcom
Scanimetrics
Schneider Electric
Semtech
Senet
SENSeOR
SERCEL
Siemens
SigFox
Silicon Labs
Smart Cloud
SoftDEL
Softing
Spartan Controls
Star-Tech Instrument Systems
Synapse Wireless
Sysdev
Texas Instruments
ThingWorx (PTC)
Toshiba
United Electric Controls
WellAware
Wireless Seismic
Yokogawa
Zedi
Zencus
ZTE

End Users, Systems Integrators & Network Operators:

1NCE
ADNOC Group
AEC
American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers
Apache Corp.
Applied Measurement & Control
Arkema
Ashland
Baker Hughes
Bayer
Beaubout Company
BP
BRAAS Company
Brazos Electric
BSC Engineering
BSI Engineering
Byres Security
Cal Trol
Chemtech
ChevronPhillips
CMC Associates
Colpipe
ConocoPhillips
Dash7 Alliance
Dave Allert Company
DDTop Group
Discovery Acquisition
Dubai Natural Gas Company
DuPont
EcoPetrol
Electronic Controls Design
Elgin Industries
Energy Transfer
ESP Safety Inc.
ExxonMobil
Experitec
Factory IQ
FiberTEQ
Fluor
Ford, Bacon & Davis
Frontline Management
Halliburton
Hart Communication Foundation
Herman Storey Consulting
Hilliard Corporation
Holly Frontier
Industrial Automation Networks
International Society of Automation

 

KBR
Lawrence Berkeley National Labs

LBA Group
Lesman Instrument Company
Lubrizol
Mcki Wireless
Mead O'Brien
Metso
Mettler Toledo
MTS Systems Corp.
Myotis Wireless
New Page Corp.
NACE International
NIST
Oak Ridge National Labs
Occidental Petroleum
Omega Engineering
Origin Energy
Orange Research
OYO Geospace
Palmer Wahl
PanTech Controls
PCS Ferguson (Dover)
Petrobras
Petroleos de Venezuela
Proteus Vietnam
Puffer Sweiven
RasGas
Reichhold
Rexel
R.S. Stover
SABIC
Saudi Aramco
Sietech Solutions
Simarck Controls
Solar Reserve
South West Water
Spartan Controls
Statoil
Suncor Energy
Syncrude
Thinxtra

Tyco
URS Corporation
US Amines
Valero
Weatherford
Williams

 



目次

Executive Summary
Methodology/Scope

The Oil & Gas WSN Ecosystem
Market Forces & Drivers
Wireless Sensor Network Variations
Wireless Mesh Sensor Networks
Long Range Wireless Sensor Networks
Low Power Wide Area Networks

Target Markets & Applications
Well Site Automation
Machine Health/Equipment Monitoring
Downhole Sensors
Seismic Surveying
Pipeline Operations
Tank Farms & Storage
Corrosion & Structural Integrity Monitoring
Health, Safety & Environmental Monitoring
Wireless Gas Detectors

The Digital Oilfield Value System
Transmission & Communications
Remote Monitoring & SCADA Systems
Market Leaders & Innovators
Wide Area Wireless Transmissions
Data Measurement
MEMS Seismic Sensors
HP & Shell MEMS Seismic Survey System
Time Domain Switched Accelerometer
Other MEMS Innovations
Production Optimization
WSNs for Artificial Lift
Production Operations Management

Adoption Trends & Survey Results

Wireless Sensor Networks
Adoption Status
Fastest Growing Applications
WSN Protocols Used
Wireless Mesh & Standards Views
Satisfaction Levels
Most Important Purchasing Considerations
Planned WSN Applications
Needed Innovations
Strategic Investment Areas
Low Power WAN
LPWAN Awareness
Product Development
LPWAN Applications
LPWA Network’s Impact
Future Projections

Technology Dynamics
Summary
Mesh Networking Standards
IP Addressable Sensors
Multi-Protocol Chips and Modules
LPWA Networks
WSN Standards & Industry Alliances
Short Range WSN Technologies
IEEE 802.15.4
IEEE 802.15.4e
IEEE 802.15.4e Time-slotted Channel Hopping (TSCH)
IEEE 802.15.4k (Low Energy Critical Infrastructure Networks)
IEEE 802.15.4g (Smart Utility Networks)
Wi-SUN Alliance
Zigbee
Dotdot
WiFi
Bluetooth Low Energy
Bluetooth 5
Bluetooth Mesh
Industrial WSN Standards
WirelessHART
HART-IP
ISA100
ISA100 Wireless
ISA100 Wireless Compliance Institute (WCI)
WirelessHART Convergence
WIA-PA
LPWA Networks
Cellular Based LPWA Technologies
LTE-M
NB-IoT
Non-Cellular LPWA Technologies
Sigfox
LoRa Alliance
Weightless SIG
ETSI’s Low Throughput Networks (LTN)
Other LPWA Technologies
RPMA (Ingenu)
Qowisio
Link Labs
LPWAN Network Tests
Range
IP Smart Object Technologies
IETF Standards
OMA SpecWorks
Open Source WSN/IoT Initiatives

Global Total Market Size Forecasts
Methodology
Global Total Units by Market
Global Total Revenues by Market
Global Total Units
Global Revenues by Product Segment
Global Total Units by Solution
Global Total Equipment Revenues by Solution
Global Total Revenues by Geography
Global Total Units by Technology

Exploration & Production
Units by Solution
Equipment Revenues by Solution
Revenues by Equipment & Services
Global Revenues by Geography
Chipset Shipments by Technology

Pipelines & Storage
Units by Solution
Equipment Revenues by Solution
Revenues by Equipment & Services
Global Revenues by Geography
Chipset Shipments by Technology

Competitive Landscape
Chips, Modules & Development Kits
IoT Connectivity, Device Management & Network Infrastructure
Devices & Vertical Systems
Platforms

List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues (2017-2023)
Figure 2: Oil & Gas - (Select) Planned WSN Applications
Figure 3: Oil & Gas – LPWA Adoption
Figure 4: Global E&P Spending (2016-2023)
Figure 5: Wireless Mesh Field Devices by Oil & Gas Industry
Figure 6: Oil & Gas Respondents’ Planned WSN Approach
Figure 7: Oil & Gas Respondents Rate LPWA as an Innovation Area
Figure 8: Annual Oil & Gas Corrosion Costs by Segment
Figure 9: Select Wireless Gas Detectors
Figure 10: The Digital Oilfield Value System
Figure 11: Global Remotely Monitored Oil & Gas Wells (2017-2023)
Figure 12: Most Likely Sensors to be Used with WSNs
Figure 13: Oil & Gas Respondents by Geography
Figure 14: Oil & Gas Respondents by Industry Role
Figure 15: Oil & Gas Respondents by Job Position
Figure 16: Oil & Gas Respondents by Target Markets
Figure 17: Oil & Gas Respondents by WSN Status
Figure 18: Oil & Gas – Total WSN Devices Installed
Figure 19: Oil & Gas - Largest WSN Installation
Figure 20: Oil & Gas – Fastest Growing Applications
Figure 21: Oil & Gas – WSN Protocols Used
Figure 22: Oil & Gas – WSN Protocols Used Over the Last 2 Years
Figure 23: Oil & Gas – Wireless Mesh Devices Installed
Figure 24: Oil & Gas - Standards Viewpoints
Figure 25: Oil & Gas – WSN Satisfaction Levels Rated
Figure 26: Oil & Gas - Most Important WSN Considerations
Figure 27: Oil & Gas - Planning WSN Applications
Figure 28: Oil & Gas - Planned WSN Applications
Figure 29: Most Important WSN Innovation Areas Rated
Figure 30: Oil & Gas - Strategic Investment Areas
Figure 31: Oil & Gas - LPWA Adoption Status
Figure 32: Oil & Gas - LPWA Product Timeline
Figure 33: Oil & Gas - Wireless Applications Requiring >1K Bytes/Day
Figure 34: Oil & Gas - Most Likely LPWA Applications
Figure 35: LPWA’s Impact
Figure 36: Most Likely LPWA Technologies in 2028
Figure 37: LPWA IoT Penetration Rate by 2028
Figure 38: LPWA Technologies - Range in Meters
Figure 39: LPWA Technologies - 5000 Node Percent Complete vs Power Used
Figure 40: Global Annual Oil & Gas WSN Units by Market (2017-2023)
Figure 41: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Market (2017-2023)
Figure 42: Global Annual Oil & Gas WSN Units by Product Segment (2017-2023)
Figure 43: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Product Segment (2017-2023)
Figure 44: Global Oil & Gas WSN Units by Solution (2017-2023)
Figure 45: Global Oil & Gas WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2017-2023)
Figure 46: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 47: Global Oil & Gas WSN Chipsets by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 48: Global E&P WSN Unit Shipments by Solution (2017-2023)
Figure 49: Global E&P WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2017-2023)
Figure 50: Global E&P WSN Revenues by Eqpmnt & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 51: Global E&P WSN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 52: Global E&P WSN Chipsets by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 53: Global Pipelines WSN Unit Shipments by Solution (2017-2023)
Figure 54: Global Pipelines WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2017-2023)
Figure 55: Global Pipelines WSN Revenues by Eqpmnt & Services (2017-2023)
Figure 56: Global Pipelines WSN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Figure 57: Global Pipelines WSN Chipsets by Technology (2017-2023)
Figure 58: The Oil & Gas WSN/IoT Competitive Landscape

List of Tables


Table 1: Oil & Gas Target Markets & Applications
Table 2: Wireless WAN Transmission Technologies & Competitors
Table 3: Artificial Lift Methods & Likely Impact for WSN
Table 4: Industrial Wireless Sensor Network Standards
Table 5: LPWA Technologies Summarized
Table 6: Open Source WSN/IoT Initiatives
Table 7: Global Annual Oil & Gas WSN Units by Market (2017-2023)
Table 8: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Market (2017-2023)
Table 9: Global Annual Oil & Gas WSN Units by Product Segment (2017-2023)
Table 10: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Product Segment (2017-2023)
Table 11: Global Oil & Gas WSN Units by Solution (2017-2023)
Table 12: Global Oil & Gas WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2017-2023)
Table 13: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 14: Global Oil & Gas WSN Chipsets by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 15: Global E&P WSN Unit Shipments by Solution (2017-2023)
Table 16: Global E&P WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2017-2023)
Table 17: Global E&P WSN Revenues by Eqpmnt & Services (2017-2023)
Table 18: Global E&P WSN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 19: Global E&P WSN Chipsets by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 20: Global Pipelines WSN Unit Shipments by Solution (2017-2023)
Table 21: Global Pipelines WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2017-2023)
Table 22: Global Pipelines WSN Revenues by Eqpmnt & Services (2017-2023)
Table 23: Global Pipelines WSN Revenues by Geography (2017-2023)
Table 24: Global Pipelines WSN Chipsets by Technology (2017-2023)
Table 25: WSN Components – Profiles
Table 26: IoT Platforms & Network Infrastructure – Profiles
Table 27: Industrial WSN Systems – Profiles
Table 28: Industrial IT/Automation Platforms – Profiles

 

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Bottom Line Focus Will Drive Oil and Gas Wireless Sensor Network Revenues to $2.2 Billion in 2023

San Diego, California, Oct. 4, 2018— At a pivotal time for the oil and gas industry, wireless sensor networks (WSN) are connecting stranded assets, streamlining operations and reducing deployment costs, according to a recently published report by global IoT research firm ON World. 

“Oil and gas WSNs are helping oil and gas companies operate on thinning margins while maximizing output from existing resources,” says Mareca Hatler, ON World’s research director.  “The latest innovations including multiprotocol wireless mesh devices, passive sensors, wireless MEMs and Low Power Wide Area networks provide a new generation of solutions for connecting remote assets as well as enabling exploration projects to go deeper in challenging environments.”

WSNs provide up to 80% savings in infrastructure costs and enable hundreds of applications including remote monitoring from offshore platforms, battery-less sensors in Arctic oilfields, pipeline leak monitoring in South Africa, wireless seismic sensors and continuous monitoring for stripper wells.  As oil prices continue to rise and exploration activity increases, WSN adoption is steadily growing for core applications such as wellhead automation and pipeline compressor/pump station monitoring as well as growing innovations for asset management, worker safety and environmental monitoring.

ON World’s Q2 2018 survey of 159 industrial automation professionals found that 43% are targeting oil and gas applications.  Two in five of the oil and gas respondents have installed over 1,000 WSN nodes across all locations.  Twenty percent (20%) have deployed networks with at least 3,000 nodes compared with 6% in our previous survey in Q4 2016.

ON World’s survey found that the fastest growing oil and gas WSN applications are asset tracking and locating, process control, environmental/safety and asset/machine health monitoring.

Wireless gas detection is an increasingly popular safety application with several products available today including ISA100 Wireless compliant devices by GasSecure (Dräger), New Cosmos Electric, Riken Keiki as well as WirelessHART devices by Emerson and United Electric Controls.  RAE Systems (Honeywell) provides a multi-radio wireless gas detector that includes wireless mesh, WiFi and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE).

Other innovations include a wireless mesh worker safety platform by Scandinavian Reach Technology (SRT) and Kongsberg Maritime’s continuous temperature monitoring solution that uses SENSeOR’s wireless passive SAW sensors to monitor bearings and other moving parts on offshore platforms and shipping tankers.

Applications for wireless mesh sensor networks continues to grow, illustrated by ABB’s WirelessHART equipment monitoring network deployed on the Goliat floating production storage and offloading vessel (FPSO) in the Barents Sea near Norway.  ON World’s survey found that over half of the oil and gas respondents are using WirelessHART and/or ISA100 Wireless.  However, adoption of Bluetooth, WiFi and Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) technologies such as LoRaWAN™, NB-IoT, LTE-M and Sigfox has increased faster. 

A few of the oil and gas LPWA products and platforms that have emerged over the past two years include the following:

  • OleumTech’s line of Sigfox sensor instruments including certified Class 1, Division 1 options
  • Zedi’s LoRaWAN™ IIoT field gateways and devices in partnership with MultiTech
  • WellAware’s RPMA edge devices and cloud platform
  • WESROC’s remote monitoring solution for fuel/lube/propane distributors using Senet's LoRaWAN™ network

In 2023, global WSN revenues for oil and gas exploration, production and pipeline operation will reach $2.2 billion up from $480 million in 2017.  Production will make up 60% of the revenues by this time, including wellhead automation, asset/equipment monitoring, asset tracking and locating as well as safety and environmental applications.

 

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