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Water for U.S. Hydraulic Fracturing: Competitive Strategies, Solutions, & Outlook, 2017-2026

07 June 2017
Market Insight

The hydraulic fracturing market’s call for water management solutions has been kickstarted by a resurgence of drilling activity in 2017 and pressure on companies to rein in operating costs. Energy companies will spend more than US$136 billion from 2017 to 2026 on water management– including water supply, transport, storage, treatment and disposal.

This Market Insight provides in-depth analysis of the evolving landscape for water solutions and business strategies. Bluefield’s basin-by-basin forecast for water management highlights the emergence of new inputs that are influencing energy players’ water and wastewater strategies and associated costs.

80 Slides + Data Appendix. Sections include:

  • Market Drivers and Landscape
  • The Water Supply Chain
  • Water Treatment Solutions
  • Water Service Provider Strategies
  • US & Basin Forecasts
  • Basins Profiled and Analyzed
  • Key Water Service Company Profiles

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Key Features

  • Market forecasts and assumptions by basin (Excel).
  • A 2017–2026 forecast of water management spending by supply, transport, treatment, storage, and disposal.
  • Competitive analysis of water management and technology providers to meet the growing demand for water and water treatment in unconventional oil & gas.
  • In-depth analysis of water supply and treatment solution drivers and bottlenecks by U.S. shale play.
  • Profiles of leading water solutions providers serving the market, including pure-players and energy services companies.

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