Additive Manufacturing Opportunities In Oil & Gas Markets 2016: A Ten-year Forecast

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Table of Contents

Chapter One: Understanding Opportunities for Adoption of Additive Manufacturing Technology in the Oil and Gas Industry 
1.1 Oil and Gas Industry Dynamics and Their Influence On Adoption of AM
1.1.1 Relevant Adopting Sectors of the Oil and Gas Industry
1.1.2 Subsea Operations and Considerations for AM
1.1.3 Will Low Oil Prices Smother or Drive Adoption of AM?
1.1.4 Adoption Model for AM in O&G
1.2 Understanding AM Opportunities in Oil and Gas Through Adoption Patterns in Other Industries
1.2.1 Aerospace End-Use Component Manufacturing in Turbomachinery
1.2.2 Lessons to be Applied from Medical and Dental Industries Use of 3D Scanning and Modeling
1.2.3 Oil and Gas Industry Could Take Cues from Automotive Industry with Widespread Printing of Sand Molds and Cores
1.3 Extracting Value from Additive Manufacturing in Oil and Gas Operations
1.3.1 Supply Chain Flexibility and On-Demand Manufacturing in Oil and Gas Operations: Reality or Pipe Dream?
1.4 3D Printing Services and the Future of AM in Oil and Gas
1.5 Current Industry Activity and Future Adoption Timelines
1.5.1 Future Opportunity Sizing and Adoption Timelines
Chapter Two: Analyzing Current and Potential Additive Manufacturing Applications for the Oil and Gas Industry
2.1 Examining and Applying the Additive Manufacturing Applications Spectrum to the Oil and Gas Industry
2.1.1 Use of Prototyping and Technical Modeling and Its Role in Advancing Acceptance of Additive Manufacturing in Oil and Gas
2.1.2 Indirect Manufacturing Through 3D Printed Tooling Provides Quickly Attainable Benefits
2.2 End-Use Printing Applications in Exploration and Upstream Markets
2.2.1 Drill Bits and Drill Components
2.2.2 Sensors and Associated Housings in Oil and Gas Components
2.2.3 Combustion Systems and Turbomachinery
2.2.4 Valve Fittings and Pump Components
2.3 Midstream and Refinery Applications of Additive Manufacturing Technology
2.3.1 Heat Exchangers in Natural Gas Compression Systems
2.3.2 Components for Gas Processing and Refinery Operations
2.3.3 Catalytic Reactors and Components
2.4 Creative Tertiary and Downstream Applications of Additive Manufacturing Technology in the Oil and Gas Industry
2.5 Leading Innovators and Potential Market Leader Profiles for AM in Oil and Gas
2.5.1 GE Oil and Gas
2.5.2 Halliburton
2.5.3 Siemens
2.5.4 Royal Dutch Shell
2.5.5 Maersk Oil
2.5.6 3M
2.6 Oil and Gas Part Volume Projections
2.7 Key Points from This Chapter
Chapter Three: Analysis of Potential for Additive Manufacturing Technologies and Materials in the Oil and Gas Industry 
3.1 Metal Additive Manufacturing Technologies and Materials
3.1.1 Metal Powder Bed Fusion Technology
3.1.2 Directed Energy Deposition Technology
3.1.3 Metal Binder Jetting
3.1.4 Hybrid Metal Additive Manufacturing Solutions Have Stronger Value Play in Oil and Gas
3.2 Polymer, Ceramic, and Sand-Based Additive Manufacturing Technologies and Materials
3.2.1 Technologies for Rapid Prototyping
3.2.2 Technologies for Other Applications
3.3 Material Development to Enable Additive Manufacturing in Oil and Gas
3.4 The Role of Software Tools in Additive Manufacturing for Oil and Gas
3.4.1 Development of Oil and Gas AM Software Solutions
3.5 Key Points from This Chapter
Chapter Four: Ten-Year Market Forecasts 
4.1 Forecast Methodology
4.2 Overall Oil and Gas Market Forecast Data
4.3 Oil and Gas AM Hardware Market Data
4.4 Oil and Gas AM Materials Market Data
4.5 Oil and Gas AM Services and Software Market Data
About SmarTech Markets Publishing
About the Analyst
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report 

List of Exhibits
Exhibit 1-1:  Markets for AM Equipment in the Oil and Gas Industry
Exhibit 1-2: The Innovation/Investment Dichotomy for Additive Manufacturing in Oil and Gas
Exhibit 1-3: SmarTech Additive Manufacturing Adoption Model for Oil and Gas Markets
Exhibit 1-4: Oil and Gas Leaders on the SmarTech AM Adoption Model
Exhibit 1-5: Adapting Success from Leading Adopters of AM
Exhibit 1-6: Using AM to Address Oil and Gas’ Biggest Challenges
Exhibit 1-7: Print Outsourcing Projections for the Oil and Gas Industry, by Part Category, 2015-2019
Exhibit 1-8:  Current Adoption of AM Technology in the Oil and Gas Sector
Exhibit 1-9: Total Projected Additive Manufacturing Revenues in Oil and Gas, by Segment, 2015-2025
Exhibit 2-1: Total Projected Part Volume, by Material Category, 2015-2025
Exhibit 2-2: Comparison of Total 3D Printed Part Volumes, by Industry, 2015-2025 (thousands of parts)
Exhibit 2-3: Projected Metal AM Part Volume in Oil and Gas, by Application Group, 2015-2025
Exhibit 2-4: Projected Polymer AM Part Volume in Oil and Gas, by Application Group, 2015-2025
Exhibit 3-1: Laser Metal Powder Bed Fusion System Parameters
Exhibit 3-2: Electron-Based Powder Bed Fusion System Parameters
Exhibit 3-3: Powder-Based Directed Energy Deposition System Parameters
Exhibit 3-4: Key Identified Metal AM Material Development Initiatives by Print Technology
Exhibit 4-1: Total Projected AM Revenue Opportunities, by Category, 2015-2025
Exhibit 4-2: Projected Regional AM Revenue Opportunities (All Categories), by Region, 2015-2025
Exhibit 4-3: Projected Annual Growth Rates, by Opportunity, 2015-2025
Exhibit 4-4: Total Projected AM Hardware Revenue Opportunities, by Technology, 2015-2025
Exhibit 4-5: Total Projected AM Hardware Unit Shipments, by Technology, 2015-2025
Exhibit 4-6: Total Projected AM Hardware Install Base, by Category,  2015-2025
Exhibit 4-7: Total Projected AM Material Shipments, by Category, 2015-2025 (thousands of kilograms)
Exhibit 4-8: Total Projected AM Material Revenues, by Category, 2015-2025
Exhibit 4-9: Total Projected Metal AM Material Shipments, by Material Type, 2015-2025
Exhibit 4-10: Total Projected 3D Printing and AM Services Revenue,  2015-2025
Exhibit 4-11: Total Projected 3D Printing and AM Services Revenue, by Geography, 2015-2025
Exhibit 4-12: Total Projected AM Software Revenues in Oil and Gas, 2015-2025