Digital Oilfield Wireless Sensor Networks - A Market Dynamics Report

Digital Oilfield Wireless Sensor Networks - A Market Dynamics Report

On World, Date of Publication: Jan 30, 2015, 69 Pages
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Wireless sensor networking (WSN) is one of the key digital oilfield technologies that are transforming the oil and gas industry.

For this report, 220 industrial automation professionals have been surveyed in Q4 2014, and found that half are targeting the oil and gas industry.

Of the 100+ oil and gas survey respondents, a majority are deploying or planning WSN solutions.

WSN users are focused on speeding up well site automation, lowering costs and pushing oilfield management to the cloud. In addition, our survey found growing interest in Internet of Things areas such as cloud computing, IP addressable sensors and wearables.

For the past decade that we have been surveying the oil and gas industry, new drilling techniques, wireless technologies including WSN and cloud infrastructure has transformed North America from a heavily dependent importer to the largest global producer.

In this same time frame, WSN has been securely and reliably deployed in large numbers from offshore platforms to arctic oilfields. Our research shows a potential cost reduction of up to 80% using wireless sensor network automation systems combined with cloud connected production optimization solutions.

By 2018, millions of oil and gas WSN devices will be deployed worldwide for wellhead automation, pipeline operation and exploration of new and existing oilfields. This represents an annual market worth $2 billion at this time.

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

Vendors & Suppliers:

ABB
Adaptive Wireless Solutions
Aginova
Ambient Systems
AmbioSystems
Apprion
ARM 
Atmel
AwiaTech 
Azbil Corporation
B&B Electronics 
Banner Engineering
Cisco
Cooper Industries
Corporation
Cubic
Cymbet
Cypress Envirosystems
DecaWave
Defendec
Digi
Eaton
Electrochem
Eltav
Emerson
Endress+Hauser
EnOcean
E-Senza
FairfieldNodal 
Ferro Solutions
Freescale 
FreeWave
GainSpan
GasSecure
General Electric
Geospace 
Hewlett-Packard
Hitachi
Honeywell
IBM
INOVA Geophysical 
Invensys
Infinite Power Solutions
Intergraph 
Invensys
Linear
Lumedyne Technologies
MACTek Corporation
Marvell
MEMSIC
Mesh Systems

Microchip
Micropelt
Micron 
MicroStrain
Mide
Murata 
National Instruments
New Cosmos Electric 
Nivis
nPhase 
NXP
OleumTech
Omnimetrix
On-Ramp Wireless
Panasonic
Panduit 
Pedigree Technologies
Pepperl+Fuchs
Permasense
Perpetua
Perpetuum
Phoenix Contact
ProSoft Technology
Radiocrafts
RAE Systems
Raytheon
Redline 
Rockwell
Rohrback Cosasco Systems
Scanimetrics 
Schneider Electric
Semtech
SENSeOR
SensorLogic
SERCEL 
Siemens
SIGFOX 
Silicon Labs
Smart Cloud
SoftDEL
Softing
Synapse Wireless
Texas Instruments
ThingWorx 
Toshiba
vMonitor
Wireless Seismic
Yokogawa
Zedi
Zencus

End Users, Systems Integrators & Others:

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 
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
Tyco 
URS Corporation
US Amines
Valero 
Weatherford
Williams
WINA



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Executive Summary

The Opportunity
Increasing Deployments & Growing Network Sizes
Impact of the Internet of Things
Migration to Standards
Methodology/Scope

Digital Oilfield Wireless Sensor Networks

Market Forces & Drivers
Wireless Sensor Network Variations
Wireless Mesh
Point-to-Multipoint
Others

Target Markets & Applications

Well Site Automation
Downhole Sensors
Seismic Surveying
Pipeline Operations
Tank Farms
Corrosion & Structural Integrity
Health, Safety & Environmental

Adoption Trends

Survey Respondent Overview
WSN Involvement
Inhibitors & Current Applications
Growing Installations
Expanding Network Sizes
WSN Protocols Used & Satisfaction Levels
Planned WSN Applications
Most Sensing Wearables
Investment Areas & The Internet of Things
The Digital Oilfield Value System
Transmission & Communications
Remote Monitoring & SCADA Systems
WSN Market Leaders & Innovators
Wide Area Wireless Transmissions
Data Measurement
MEMS Seismic Sensors
HP & Shell MEMS Seismic Survey System
Lumedyne's Time Domain Switched Accelerometer
Other MEMS Innovations
Production Optimization
WSNs for Artificial Lift
Production Operations Management

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

Technology Dynamics

Standards Viewpoints
Wireless Mesh Networking
Power Management
Energy Harvesting
IP Sensor Networking
Innovation Areas
WSN Standards & Industry Alliances
IEEE 802.15.4
IEEE 802.15.4g (Smart Utility Networks)
IEEE 802.15.4e
IEEE 802.15.4e Timeslotted Channel Hopping
WirelessHART
ISA100
ISA100.11a
The Heathrow Group
ZigBee
WiFi (802.11)
Bluetooth/IEEE 802.15.1
Bluetooth Smart
IP Smart Object Technologies
IETF Standards
6LoWPAN
ROLL/RPL
CoRE/CoAP
6TiSCH
IPSO Alliance
IEEE Architectural Framework for the Internet of Things
Open Source Initiatives
TinyOS
Contiki
FreeRTOS
OpenWSN
Eclipse Foundation
MQTT
Californium CoAP Framework

Competitive Landscape

Company Profiles
WSN Components
WSN Systems & Platforms


List of Figures

Figure 1: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues (2013-2018)
Figure 2: Oil & Gas Vendors/End Users – Largest WSN Networks
Figure 3: Most Important Enterprise Strategic Investment Areas
Figure 4: (Select) Approach to Standards in 2012 and 2014
Figure 5: Global E&P Spending (2012-2017)
Figure 6: Planned WSN Approach
Figure 7: Most Common Well Site WSN Applications
Figure 8: Oil & Gas Respondents by Industry Role
Figure 9: Oil & Gas Respondents by Job Position
Figure 10: Oil & Gas Respondents – WSN Involvement
Figure 11: Vendors & End Users WSN Involvement in 2012 and 2014
Figure 12: WSN Adoption Inhibitors in 2012 and 2014
Figure 13: Most Common WSN Applications in 2012 and 2014
Figure 14: Oil & Gas Respondents - Total Number of WSN Installations
Figure 15: Vendors/ End Users - WSN Installations in 2012 and 2014
Figure 16: Oil & Gas Respondents - Largest WSN Installation
Figure 17: Vendors/End Users - Largest WSN Installation in 2012 and 2014
Figure 18: Currently Used WSN Protocols in 2012 and 2014
Figure 19: Satisfaction w/ Current Industrial WSN Systems
Figure 20: Planning WSN Applications in 2012 and 2014
Figure 21: Planned WSN Applications in 2012 and 2014
Figure 22: Most Likely Oil & Gas Enterprise Wearable Technologies
Figure 23: Enterprise Wearable Tech Pen Rate in 2018
Figure 24: Enterprise Strategic Investment Areas
Figure 25: Years for the IoT to Become Ubiquitous
Figure 26: The Digital Oilfield Value System
Figure 27: Global Remotely Monitored Oil & Gas Wells (2013-2018)
Figure 28: Most Likely Sensors to be Used with WSNs
Figure 30: Global Annual Oil & Gas WSN Units by Market (2013-2018)
Figure 31: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Market (2013-2018)
Figure 32: Global Annual Oil & Gas WSN Units by Segment (2013-2018)
Figure 33: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Product Segment (2013-2018)
Figure 34: Global Oil & Gas WSN Units by Solution (2013-2018)
Figure 35: Global Oil & Gas WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2013-2018)
Figure 36: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Geography (2013-2018)
Figure 37: Global Oil & Gas WSN Chipsets by Technology (2013-2018)
Figure 38: Global E &P WSN Unit Shipments by Solution (2013-2018)
Figure 39: Global E&P WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2013-2018)
Figure 40: Global E&P WSN Revenues by Eqpmnt & Services (2013-2018)
Figure 41: Global E&P WSN Revenues by Geography (2013-2018)
Figure 42: Global E&P WSN Chipsets by Technology (2013-2018)
Figure 43: Global Pipelines WSN Unit Shipments by Solution (2013-2018)
Figure 44: Global Pipelines WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2013-2018)
Figure 45: Global Pipelines WSN Revenues by Eqpmnt & Services (2013-2018)
Figure 46: Global Pipelines WSN Revenues by Geography (2013-2018)
Figure 47: Global Pipelines WSN Chipsets by Technology (2013-2018)
Figure 48: Most Important WSN Features in 2012 and 2014
Figure 49: Standards Viewpoints in 2012 and 2014
Figure 50: Wireless Mesh Field Devices
Figure 51: Satisfaction with Battery Lifetime
Figure 52: Wireless Field Devices Powered w/ Energy Harvesting
Figure 53: Importance of IP Addressable Sensors
Figure 54: Most Important WSN Innovation Areas
Figure 55: The Digital Oilfield WSN 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: Global Annual Oil & Gas WSN Units by Market (2013-2018)
Table 5: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Market (2013-2018)
Table 6: Global Annual Oil & Gas WSN Units by Product Segment (2013-2018)
Table 7: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Product Segment (2013-2018)
Table 8: Global Oil & Gas WSN Units by Solution (2013-2018)
Table 9: Global Oil & Gas WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2013-2018)
Table 10: Global Oil & Gas WSN Revenues by Geography (2013-2018)
Table 11: Global Oil & Gas WSN Chipsets by Technology (2013-2018)
Table 12: Global E&P WSN Unit Shipments by Solution (2013-2018)
Table 13: Global E&P WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2013-2018)
Table 14: Global E&P WSN Revenues by Eqpmnt & Services (2013-2018)
Table 15: Global E&P WSN Revenues by Geography (2013-2018)
Table 16: Global E&P WSN Chipsets by Technology (2013-2018)
Table 17: Global Pipelines WSN Unit Shipments by Solution (2013-2018)
Table 18: Global Pipelines WSN Eqpmnt Revenues by Solution (2013-2018)
Table 19: Global Pipelines WSN Revenues by Eqpmnt & Services (2013-2018)
Table 20: Global Pipelines WSN Revenues by Geography (2013-2018)
Table 21: Global Pipelines WSN Chipsets by Technology (2013-2018)
Table 22: WSN Components – Profiles
Table 23: WSN Systems & Platforms – Profiles

 

Date of Publication:
Jan 30, 2015
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