The research covers the market drivers propelling the growth of the Fracking Fluids and Chemical Industry, the industry structure, trends, and the company profiles of the major production operators and fracking fluid suppliers for the U.S. domestic market. Extensive analysis of the production of each type of hydraulic fracturing technology supports the estimated production growth rates for the specific fracking fluids presented.
Hydraulic fracturing, the process for fracturing underground rock formations with a mixture of pressurized water, propping agents (proppants) and chemical additives to release petroleum or natural gas for extraction, has changed the global energy landscape for the world, and in particular, the U.S. Due to the downturn in the energy sector, gas and oil production from hydraulic fracturing has slowed down considerably. Though the Gulf Coast/Southwest region used REDACTED of the fracking fluid in the U.S. in 2017, by 2022 usage of fracking fluids in the region is expected to fall to REDACTED of the total usage at CAGR of REDACTED from 2017 to 2022.
Since the publication of the last report, the use of the chemical additives fell while the total amount of carrier fluid in the mixture increased. Total revenues for the chemical additives have decreased while that of the carrier fluid have increased dramatically.
Overall, the industry is expected to continue its contraction from 2014 to 2017, however, new growth is expected to occur from 2017 through 2022 as the energy sector begins to recover.
The Research Reports Separates Market Analysis into Following Sections.
Presents an overview of energy production from shale resources in the U.S. This section covers the production capacity of each fuel, gas, natural gas, and natural gas liquids across the domestic shale formations.
Provides a top-level view of the fracturing technologies that have the greatest influence over the usage of fracking fluids in the market. This section identifies the major hydraulic fracturing techniques
Offers the capstone presentation of the relevant fracking fluids in the U.S. market and their revenues in millions of dollars and production in millions of pounds. The report displays sales values from 2016 and estimates of sales from 2017 to 2022
Presents a diagram of the industry and analyzes the industry structure, market drivers and trends. The analysis covers the forces positioned to inhibit the growth of hydraulic fracturing in the U.S., including the sustainability, environmental and health concerns.
Includes an extensive list of the major players in the industry, separated into three groups: the production site operators, the fracking fluid suppliers, and the regulatory agencies by state.
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Reasons for Doing This Study
For the first time in U.S. history, projections of oil and gas production place the U.S. as the largest oil producer in 2017 and a net exporter of natural gas in the early 2020s.1 The uptick in production sees the highest growth rate of oil from the Bakken Shale under the states of North Dakota and Wyoming, and gas from the Marcellus Shale under the states of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia and New York.
The fracking fluid market will provide
A critical review of one of the primary driving forces of domestic energy production for years to come.
A closer look at the additive constituents that display the greatest opportunity for chemical suppliers.
An analysis of the fracking fluids industry drivers and trends with the most considerable influence over domestic energy production.
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