Pune, India, October 2018/MRFR Press Release/- Market Research Future has published a half-cooked research report on the Global Drill Bits Market.
Drill Bits Market – Overview
The surge in oil and gas sector activities is contributing majorly to the equipment market of the industry. Market reports associated with the energy and power industry have been made available by Market Research Future which creates reports on other industry verticals that outlines the current market scenarios. The market is projected to achieve a CAGR of 9.67% in the duration of the forecast period.
The increasing incorporation of new technologies to optimize the drilling process is increasing the research and development activities for creating efficient drill bits. The growing use of new materials in the drill bits production process is increasing the progress of the market. The upturn in the conditions of the oil and gas sector is expected to motivate the drill bits market further in the forecast period.
The drill bits market is segmented on the basis of the type of drill, regions, and applications. On the basis of type, the market is segmented into roller cone cutter bits and fixed cutter bits. On the basis of application, the market is segmented into onshore and offshore applications. The regions included in the drill bit market are Europe, Asia Pacific, North America and the rest of the world.
Detailed Regional Analysis
The regional analysis of the market comprises of regions such as Europe, Asia Pacific, North America and the rest of the world. The North American region is likely to be the chief market for drill bits with amplified horizontal drilling and unconventional drilling activities. The U.S. has, in recent times, set itself up as a main crude oil producing nation with amplified onshore drilling undertakings for extraction of shale oil and gas. Additionally, the Gulf of Mexico region is observing amplified oil and gas enhanced recovery projects that can raise the operating life of maturing oil wells. With rising shale gas development projects in China, the Asia Pacific region is also anticipated to observe speedy growth for the drill bits market. With the escalation in oil and gas discovery activities in nations such as Australia, Philippines, and Indonesia the region is anticipated to observe high demand for drill bits.
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The market is at an optimally productive level and will be capable of generating greater value for the firms in the market and its shareholders. Although, the market has also considerably neutralized the market advantages and thus is promoting an increase in the number of firms in the market. The diversification of the product assortment in the market is increasing the opportunity for the progress of the market. The leadership trends in the market are reinforcing the level of growth that can be achieved in the present market scenario. The evolution patterns are reviewed in tandem to the customer likings to realize the highest growth, and in the long run, viability. The ability to utilize the economies of scale is further proving to be beneficial for overall market growth. The potential for profitability in a market has been determined to be optimistic which will be fruitful for future expansions.
The major contenders in the drill bits market are Atlas Copco (Sweden), Cangzhou Great Drill Bits Co., Ltd. (China), Baker Hughes Inc. (U.S), Torquato Drilling Accessories, ESCO Corporation (U.S), Irwin Industrial Tool Company (U.S.), Halliburton Company (U.S.), NewTech Drilling Products LLC (Russia), Scientific Drilling International Inc (U.S.), National Oilwell Varco Inc (U.S.), Kingdream Public Limited Company (China), Inc. (U.S.), Varel International, Inc (U.S.), and Ulterra Drilling Technologies (U.S) are among others.
Oct 2018 Blackstone Group supposedly has strategies to buy the Texas-based manufacturer of drill parts and downhole tools Ulterra Drilling Technologies in a $700m deal. The acquisition of Ulterra is being reinforced through a debt facility, which is presently being pre-marketed before an official launch. Ulterra is one of the several oilfield services firms supposedly being sold as increased drilling activity and higher oil prices have stimulated owners to seek buyers.