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The Future of Completions Design

리서치사 Frost & Sullivan
발행일 2019년 05월 상품 코드 851171
페이지 정보 영문 58 Pages
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갱정 완성 설계의 미래 The Future of Completions Design
발행일 : 2019년 05월 페이지 정보 : 영문 58 Pages

본 상품은 영문 자료로 한글과 영문목차에 불일치하는 내용이 있을 경우 영문을 우선합니다. 정확한 검토를 위해 영문목차를 참고해주시기 바랍니다.

Industry 4.0 기술의 이용에 의해 갱정 완성의 비용상 과제를 해결할 가능성이 있습니다.

석유 및 가스 갱정 완성 설계(Completions Design)의 기술적 동향을 조사했으며, 기술의 정의와 개요, 전통 방법과 첨단 기술의 영향, 향후 성장을 촉진하는 관련 사업자의 활동, 향후 방향성·전망 등을 정리하여 전해드립니다.

제1장 개요

제2장 기술 내역

  • 요점
  • 기술 개요
  • AI + 기계학습
  • 유비쿼터스 센싱
  • 인 메모리 컴퓨팅 또는 디지털 트윈 기술
  • 블록체인 기술
  • 웨어러블 컴퓨팅에 의한 AR/VR기술

제3장 갱정 완성 설계 밸류체인의 주요 기업

  • 갱정 완성 설계 밸류체인의 주요 기업
  • 오퍼레이터 : ExxonMobil
  • 오퍼레이터 : Pioneer Natural Resources
  • 오퍼레이터 : Occidental
  • 오퍼레이터 : Shell
  • 오퍼레이터 : BP
  • 유전 서비스·장비 제조업체 : BHGE
  • 유전 서비스·장비 제조업체 : Weatherford
  • 유전 서비스·장비 제조업체 : Halliburton
  • 유전 서비스·장비 제조업체 : Schlumberger

제4장 향후 방향성·갱정 완성 설계의 진화

  • 향후 방향성 TOP 5
  • 완성 엔지니어의 역할 변화
  • Upstream 석유 및 가스 산업의 디지털 전환에서 중요한 측면 : 갱정 완성 설계에 대한 영향

제5장 결론

  • 결론 : 요점
  • 면책사항

제6장 부록

제7장 FROST & Sullivan 소개

KSA 19.06.04

Impact of Industry 4.0 Technologies on this Critical Phase of Exploration and Production

This study is an overview of future technological trends in oil & gas completions design. Whether for an operator, a contractor, or a start-up, Frost & Sullivan believes that open collaboration and idea sharing will drive business opportunities and progress in the industry. To that end, this study has 3 goals:

  • Describe key areas of technological advancement. Conventional methods of completions design is expected to see incremental changes with the advent and use of new technologies. Which Industry 4.0 technologies will take precedence over others is the big question.
  • Highlight notable work in those technological areas. The oil & gas industry is no stranger to innovation. In the completions stage, what key innovations are happening and who are the notable innovators? Are there notable developments in other industries that we might leverage?
  • Note the activities of operators, contractors, and service providers that are driving them toward the future of the industry. Established players all know the industry landscape is changing. How are they responding to this change? And what can others learn from these strategies?

The future of completions design is inspired from other markets and industries. Several Industry 4.0 technologies are making an impact on new completion designs. At the same time, inspiration for use of new technology is also coming from manufacturing, aerospace, space exploration, and even Silicon Valley.

Equipment will become more integrated, incorporating several technologies. Robotics will leverage sensors and digital twins, while parts ordering and logistics will be handled via blockchain. Parts will be created via additive manufacturing, maintenance will be aided by artificial reality (AR), and the whole system will be coordinated via cognitive computing.

Several future technologies are already on the horizon. While outsiders may have thought these technologies were far off a few years ago, all of the mentioned technologies are under active development or undergoing commercialization. It is not too late to start partnering or exploring technology companies, but the first movers have already begun to move.

From 2006 to 2014, drilling costs formed the bulk for overall upstream projects as drilling service companies were ramping up to capacity. Post that phase, dual factors of reduced drilling activity as well as increased drilling efficiency has brought down cost in that phase dramatically.

With about 75% of costs now attributed to the well completions process, it is imperative for stakeholders to use technology as a means to ensure greater efficiencies, reduce time to complete each rig, and, resultantly, reduce cost of completion.

Early 2019 estimates indicate that the inventory of DUCs in the United States has increased to 8,200 from 4,300 in the last 5 years alone.

Rebounding oil prices that hit the $50/bbl in late 2016 and crossed $70/bbl in summer of 2018 has led to this increase of drilling of non-producing assets.

Among the several factors that impact these numbers, the ones to note include completions crew shortages, capital expenditure constraints, and production management.

Use of key Industry 4.0 technologies could help mitigate some of these challenges and push down breakevens so operators can be profitable even when oil prices are as low as $50s/bbl.

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • The Oil & Gas (O&G) Innovation Council-Study Objectives
  • Special Thanks
  • Scope of the Study
  • Executive Summary
  • Executive Summary (continued)
  • Executive Summary (continued)
  • Executive Summary (continued)

2. TECHNOLOGY BREAKDOWN

  • Key Takeaways
  • Technology Overview
  • Technology Overview (continued)
  • Technology Overview (continued)
  • Artificial Intelligence + Machine Learning in Completions Design
  • Artificial Intelligence + Machine Learning in Completions Design (continued)
  • Ubiquitous Sensing in Completions Design
  • Ubiquitous Sensing in Completions Design (continued)
  • Ubiquitous Sensing in Completions Design (continued)
  • In Memory Computing or Digital Twin Technology for Completions Design
  • In Memory Computing or Digital Twin Technology for Completions Design (continued)
  • Blockchain Technology for Completions Design
  • Blockchain Technology for Completions Design (continued)
  • AR/VR Technology for Completions Design Through Wearable Computing
  • AR/VR Technology for Completions Design Through Wearable Computing (continued)
  • AR/VR Technology for Completions Design Through Wearable Computing (continued)

3. COMPANIES TO ACTION IN COMPLETIONS DESIGN VALUE CHAIN

  • Companies to Action in the Completions Design Value Chain
  • Operators-ExxonMobil
  • Operators-Pioneer Natural Resources
  • Operators-Occidental
  • Operators-Shell
  • Operators-BP
  • Oilfield Services and Equipment Manufacturers-BHGE
  • Oilfield Services and Equipment Manufacturers-Weatherford
  • Oilfield Services and Equipment Manufacturers-Halliburton
  • Oilfield Services and Equipment Manufacturers-Schlumberger

4. FUTURE SHIFTS AND EVOLUTION OF COMPLETIONS DESIGN

  • Top 5 Industry Shifts
  • Top 5 Industry Shifts Explained
  • The Changing Role of the Completions Engineer
  • Critical Aspects of the Digital Transformation of the Upstream O&G Industry-Impact on Completions Design

5. THE LAST WORD

  • The Last Word-3 Key Takeaways
  • Legal Disclaimer

6. APPENDIX

  • List of Exhibits

7. THE FROST & SULLIVAN STORY

  • The Frost & Sullivan Story
  • Value Proposition-Future of Your Company & Career
  • Global Perspective
  • Industry Convergence
  • 360° Research Perspective
  • Implementation Excellence
  • Our Blue Ocean Strategy
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