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Downhole Tools Market by Types, Application & Geography - Global trends & Forecast to 2019

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Downhole Tools Market by Types, Application & Geography - Global trends & Forecast to 2019

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This report estimates the downhole tools market in terms of value in $million. This has been broken down into component regions and is further split into countries.
The downhole tools market is a fairly established tools industry in the oilfield equipment sector having a decent growth rate. The downhole tools industry is becomes very crucial when it comes to applications for which it can be adopted that ranges from flow and pressure control to the drilling and handling tools. Downhole tools are the tools used for efficient and effective production of oil and gas. It's robust and ruggedness built makes them easy to use in complex well situation. Downhole tools can also be used in high pressure and temperature conditions, when it becomes impossible for any other ordinary equipment to dig out the hydrocarbons. The stringent environmental regulations of the governments also drive the market.

We have used various secondary sources such as encyclopedias, directories, and databases to identify and collect information that was useful for this extensive commercial study of the global downhole tools market. The primary sources – experts and suppliers from the industry – have all been interviewed to obtain and verify critical information, as well as to assess the future prospects of the downhole tools market.

We have also profiled leading players of the industry, along with their recent developments and other strategic industry activities. Some of the key companies' profiles include Baker Hughes Inc. (U.S.), Schlumberger (U.S.), Halliburton (U.S.), Weatherford (Ireland), and Wenzel Downhole tools (Canada) and among others.
North-America dominates the global downhole tools market. In North America U.S. and Gulf of Mexico are the leaders in this segment with maximum developments in downhole tools market.

The downhole tools market is segmented into five major regions, namely North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle-East, Africa and Asia-Pacific. The market is further segmented on the basis of its types namely as flow & Pressure Control, Impurity Control, Drilling, Downhole Control Systems and Handling Tools and it's also segmented on the basis of its application covering Well Drilling, Well Completion, Well Intervention, Formation & Evaluation, and Oil & Gas Production. The report also touches upon various important aspects of the market. These include analysis of the value chain, Porter's Five Forces model and the competitive landscape of the market based on the developments of the key players.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 INTRODUCTION 18
1.1 OBJECTIVES 18
1.2 ANALYST INSIGHTS 18
1.3 MARKET DEFINITIONS 19
1.4 MARKET SEGMENTATION AND MARKETS COVERED 19
1.5 STAKEHOLDERS 20
1.6 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 20
1.6.1 APPROACH 20
1.6.2 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 22
1.6.3 MARKET CRACKDOWN & DATA TRIANGULATION 23
1.6.4 KEY DATA TAKEN FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 25
1.6.5 KEY SECONDARY SOURCES USED 25
1.6.6 KEY DATA TAKEN FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 26
1.6.7 ASSUMPTIONS MADE FOR THIS REPORT 26
2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 29
3 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 31
3.1 NORTH AMERICA IS THE LARGEST MARKET FOR DOWNHOLE TOOLS 31
3.2 DEEPWATER DISCOVERIES & THE INCREASE IN EXPLORATION ACTIVITIES IS DRIVING THE AFRICAN MARKET 33
3.3 MARKET SHARE SCENARIO 34
3.4 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET STRATEGIES 35
3.5 REGIONAL MARKET LIFE CYCLE 36

4 MARKET OVERVIEW 37
4.1 INTRODUCTION 37
4.2 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 38
4.3 MARKET DYNAMICS 39
4.3.1 DRIVERS 39
4.3.1.1 Tapping energy potential of shale gas reserves 39
4.3.1.2 Economic well drilling 40
4.3.1.3 Ultra-deep drilling activities 41
4.3.2 RESTRAINT 42
4.3.2.1 Access to reserve: Political Issues & Technological Incompetence 42
4.3.3 OPPORTUNITY 42
4.4 BURNING ISSUE 43
4.5 WINNING IMPERATIVES 43
4.6 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES MODEL 44
4.6.1 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS 45
4.6.2 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES 45
4.6.3 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS 45
4.6.4 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS 46
4.6.5 DEGREE OF COMPETITION 46
5 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 47
5.1 INTRODUCTION 48
5.2 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET, BY APPLICATION 50
5.2.1 WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 50
5.2.2 WELL COMPLETION MARKET 52

5.2.3 WELL DRILLING MARKET 53
5.2.4 OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET 54
5.2.5 FORMATION & EVALUATION MARKET 56
5.3 NORTH AMERICA DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET,
BY APPLICATION 57
5.3.1 INTRODUCTION 57
5.3.2 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET 58
5.3.3 NORTH AMERICA WELL COMPLETION MARKET 59
5.3.4 NORTH AMERICA WELL DRILLING MARKET 60
5.3.5 NORTH AMERICA: OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET 61
5.3.6 NORTH AMERICA FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET 62
5.4 EUROPEAN DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 63
5.4.1 INTRODUCTION 63
5.4.2 EUROPE WELL INTERVENTION MARKET 63
5.4.3 EUROPE WELL COMPLETION MARKET 65
5.4.4 EUROPE WELL DRILLING MARKET 66
5.4.5 EUROPE OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET 67
5.4.6 EUROPE FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET 68

5.5 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 69
5.5.1 INTRODUCTION 69
5.5.2 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET 70
5.5.3 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA WELL COMPLETION MARKET 71
5.5.4 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA WELL DRILLING MARKET 72
5.5.5 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET 73
5.5.6 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET 74
5.6 AFRICA DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 75
5.6.1 INTRODUCTION 75
5.6.2 AFRICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET 76
5.6.3 AFRICA WELL COMPLETION MARKET 77
5.6.4 AFRICA WELL DRILLING MARKET 78
5.6.5 AFRICA OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET 79
5.6.6 AFRICA FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET 80
5.7 MIDDLE EAST DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 81
5.7.1 INTRODUCTION 81
5.7.2 MIDDLE EAST WELL INTERVENTION MARKET 81
5.7.3 MIDDLE EAST WELL COMPLETION MARKET 82
5.7.4 MIDDLE EAST WELL DRILLING MARKET 83
5.7.5 MIDDLE EAST OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET 84

5.7.6 MIDDLE EAST FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET 85
5.8 ASIA-PACIFIC DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 86
5.8.1 INTRODUCTION 86
5.8.2 ASIA-PACIFIC WELL INTERVENTION MARKET 86
5.8.3 ASIA-PACIFIC WELL COMPLETION MARKET 88
5.8.4 ASIA-PACIFIC WELL DRILLING MARKET 89
5.8.5 ASIA-PACIFIC OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET 90
5.8.6 ASIA-PACIFIC FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET 91
6 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET, BY TOOL-TYPE 93
6.1 INTRODUCTION 94
6.2 FLOW & PRESSURE CONTROL TOOLS 96
6.3 DRILLING TOOLS 97
6.4 IMPURITY CONTROL TOOLS 99
6.5 DOWNHOLE CONTROL TOOLS 100
6.6 HANDLING TOOLS 101
7 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 103
7.1 INTRODUCTION 104
7.2 GEOGRAPHIC-ANALYSIS 106
7.2.1 NORTH AMERICA DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 106
7.2.2 EUROPE DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 107
7.2.3 AFRICA DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 108
7.2.4 MIDDLE EAST DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 109
7.2.5 ASIA-PACIFIC DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 110
7.2.6 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 111
8 COUNTRY-WISE ANALYSIS 113
8.1 INTRODUCTION 113
8.1.1 NORTH AMERICA 113
8.1.1.1 U.S. & GOM 114
8.1.1.2 Canada 115
8.1.2 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA 116
8.1.2.1 Mexico 117
8.1.2.2 Brazil 118
8.1.3 EUROPE 119
8.1.3.1 Russia 120

8.1.4 AFRICA 121
8.1.4.1 Egypt 122
8.1.5 ASIA-PACIFIC 123
8.1.5.1 China 124
8.1.5.2 India 125
8.1.5.3 Thailand 126
8.1.6 MIDDLE EAST 127
8.1.6.1 Saudi Arabia 127
8.1.6.2 Oman 129
9 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 130
9.1 INTRODUCTION 131
9.2 KEY PLAYERS OF THE DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 131
9.2.1 REGIONAL ANALYSIS 131
9.2.2 KEY COMPANIES' FOCUS AREA 132
9.3 MOST ACTIVE COMPANIES IN THE DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET 133
9.4 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT-FORM SUCCESS INSTRUMENTS 134
9.5 COMPETITIVE SITUATION & TRENDS 135
9.5.1 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS 135
9.5.2 FACILITY EXPANSIONS 138
9.5.3 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 141
9.5.4 AGREEMENTS & COLLABORATIONS 144
9.5.5 CONTRACTS AWARD 146
9.6 MARKET INVESTMENT ANALYSIS 148

10 COMPANY PROFILE 150
(Company at a Glance, Recent Financials, Products & Services, Strategies & Insights, & Recent Developments)*
10.1 BAKER HUGHES 150
10.2 BILCO TOOLS, INC. 156
10.3 EXCALIBRE DOWNHOLE TOOLS LIMITED 159
10.4 HALLIBURTON 163
10.5 LOGAN OIL TOOLS INC. 169
10.6 NATIONAL OILWELL VARCO, INC. 175
10.7 OIL STATES INTERNATIONAL 181
10.8 SAINT GOBAIN 186
10.9 SCHOELLER BLECKMANN OILFIELD EQUIPMENT AG 191
10.10 SCHLUMBERGER LTD. 196
10.11 UNITED DRILLING TOOLS LIMITED 202
10.12 WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL LTD. 206
10.13 WENZEL DOWNHOLE TOOLS 212
*Details on company at a glance, recent financials, products & services, strategies & insights, & recent developments might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 SHALE/TIGHT OIL RESERVES 39
TABLE 2 OFFSHORE DRILLING ACTIVITY, BY GEOGRAPHY (IN '000 FEET) 41
TABLE 3 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 49
TABLE 4 WELL INTERVENTION MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 51
TABLE 5 WELL COMPLETION MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 52
TABLE 6 WELL DRILLING MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 53
TABLE 7 OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 55
TABLE 8 FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 56
TABLE 9 NORTH AMERICA: WELL INTERVENTION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 58
TABLE 10 NORTH AMERICA: WELL COMPLETION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 59
TABLE 11 NORTH AMERICA: WELL DRILLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 60
TABLE 12 NORTH AMERICA: OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET SIZE,
BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 61
TABLE 13 NORTH AMERICA: FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET SIZE,
BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 62

TABLE 14 EUROPE: WELL INTERVENTION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 64
TABLE 15 EUROPE: WELL COMPLETION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 65
TABLE 16 EUROPE: WELL DRILLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 66
TABLE 17 EUROPE: OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 67
TABLE 18 EUROPE: FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 68
TABLE 19 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA: WELL INTERVENTION MARKET SIZE,
BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 70
TABLE 20 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA: WELL COMPLETION MARKET SIZE,
BY COUNTRY ANALYSIS, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 71
TABLE 21 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA: WELL DRILLING MARKET SIZE,
BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 72
TABLE 22 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA: OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 73
TABLE 23 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA: FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 74
TABLE 24 AFRICA: WELL INTERVENTION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 76
TABLE 25 AFRICA: WELL COMPLETION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 77

TABLE 26 AFRICA: WELL DRILLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 78
TABLE 27 AFRICA: OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 79
TABLE 28 AFRICA: FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 80
TABLE 29 MIDDLE EAST: WELL INTERVENTION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 81
TABLE 30 MIDDLE EAST: WELL COMPLETION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 82
TABLE 31 MIDDLE EAST: WELL DRILLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 83
TABLE 32 MIDDLE EAST: OIL & GAS PRODUCTION TOOLS MARKET SIZE,
BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 84
TABLE 33 MIDDLE EAST: FORMATION EVALUATION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 85
TABLE 34 ASIA-PACIFIC: WELL INTERVENTION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 87
TABLE 35 ASIA-PACIFIC: WELL COMPLETION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 88
TABLE 36 ASIA-PACIFIC: WELL DRILLING MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 89
TABLE 37 ASIA-PACIFIC: OIL & GAS PRODUCTION MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 90
TABLE 38 ASIA-PACIFIC: FORMULATION EVALUATION MARKET SIZE,
BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 91
TABLE 39 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY TOOL TYPE,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 95

TABLE 40 FLOW & PRESSURE CONTROL TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 96
TABLE 41 DRILLING TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 97
TABLE 42 IMPURITY CONTROL TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 99
TABLE 43 DOWNHOLE CONTROL TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 100
TABLE 44 HANDLING TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 101
TABLE 45 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 104
TABLE 46 NORTH AMERICA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 106
TABLE 47 EUROPE: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 107
TABLE 48 AFRICA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 108
TABLE 49 MIDDLE EAST: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 109
TABLE 50 ASIA-PACIFIC: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 110
TABLE 51 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE,
BY COUNTRY, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 111
TABLE 52 U.S. & GOM: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 114
TABLE 53 CANADA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 115
TABLE 54 MEXICO: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 117
TABLE 55 BRAZIL: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 118
TABLE 56 RUSSIA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 120
TABLE 57 EGYPT: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 122

TABLE 58 CHINA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 124
TABLE 59 INDIA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 125
TABLE 60 THAILAND: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 126
TABLE 61 SAUDI ARABIA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2012-2019 ($MILLION) 128
TABLE 62 OMAN: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 129
TABLE 63 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT, 2011-2014 136
TABLE 64 FACILTY EXPANSION, 2011-2014 139
TABLE 65 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS, 2011-2014 142
TABLE 66 AGREEMENTS & COLLABORATIONS, 2013-2014 145
TABLE 67 CONTRACTS AWARD, 2012-2013 147
TABLE 68 HISTORICAL INVESTMENTS 148
TABLE 69 BAKER HUGHES:PRODUCTS & DESCRIPTION 151
TABLE 70 BILCO TOOLS, INC.:PRODUCT 157
TABLE 71 EXCALIBRE DOWNHOLE TOOLS LIMITED: PRODUCTS 160
TABLE 72 HALLIBURTON: PRODUCTS 164
TABLE 73 LOGAN OIL TOOLS INC.:PRODUCTS 170
TABLE 74 NATIONAL OILWELL VARCO, INC.:PRODUCTS 176
TABLE 75 OIL STATES INTERNATIONAL: PRODUCTS 182
TABLE 76 SAINT GOBAIN: PRODUCTS 187
TABLE 77 SCHOELLER BLECKMANN OILFIELD EQUIPMENT AG: PRODUCTS 192
TABLE 78 SCHLUMBERGER LTD.:PRODUCTS 197
TABLE 79 UNITED DRILLING TOOLS LIMITED: PRODUCTS 203
TABLE 80 WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL LTD.:PRODUCTS 208
TABLE 81 WENZEL DOWNHOLE TOOLS: PRODUCTS 213LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 21
FIGURE 2 DATA TRIANGULATION METHODOLOGY 24
FIGURE 3 GLOBAL DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2012-2019 ($MILLION) 30
FIGURE 4 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET OUTLOOK, BY REGION, 2012-2019 32
FIGURE 5 MARKET SHARE COMPARISON, 2013-2019 33
FIGURE 6 TOP PLAYERS: MARKET SHARE (VALUE), 2013 34
FIGURE 7 MARKET STRATEGY OF TOP PLAYERS, 2011-2014 35
FIGURE 8 REGIONAL DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET LIFE CYCLE, 2013 36
FIGURE 9 U.S.: TOTAL WELLS DRILLED, BY TYPE 40
FIGURE 10 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES ANALYSIS 44
FIGURE 11 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SHARE (VALUE), BY APPLICATION, 2014 48
FIGURE 12 U.S. WELL COUNT, 2012-2013 50
FIGURE 13 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SHARE (VALUE), BY TOOL TYPE, 2013 94
FIGURE 14 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SHARE (BY VALUE), BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013 105
FIGURE 15 NORTH AMERICA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SHARE(VALUE),
BY APPLICATION, 2014 113
FIGURE 16 SOUTH & CENTRAL AMERICA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SHARE,
BY APPLICATION, 2014 116
FIGURE 17 EUROPE: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SHARE (VALUE),
BY APPLICATION, 2014 119
FIGURE 18 AFRICA: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SHARE(VALUE), BY APPLICATION, 2014 121
FIGURE 19 ASIA-PACIFIC: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SHARE, BY APPLICATION, 2014 ($MILLION) 123

FIGURE 20 MIDDLE EAST: DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET SHARE, BY APPLICATION, 2014 127
FIGURE 21 DOWNHOLE TOOLS MARKET STRATEGY, 2011-2014 132
FIGURE 22 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2014 133
FIGURE 23 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENTS, 2011-2014 135
FIGURE 24 FACILITY EXPANSION, 2011-2014 138
FIGURE 25 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 141
FIGURE 26 AGREEMENTS & COLLABORATIONS 144
FIGURE 27 CONTRACTS AWARD 146
FIGURE 28 BAKER HUGHES: SWOT ANALYSIS 155
FIGURE 29 HALLIBURTON: SWOT ANALYSIS 168
FIGURE 30 LOGAN OIL TOOLS INC.:SWOT ANALYSIS 174
FIGURE 31 NATIONAL OILWELL VARCO, INC.:SWOT ANALYSIS 180
FIGURE 32 OIL STATES INTERNATIONAL: SWOT ANALYSIS 185
FIGURE 33 SAINT GOBAIN: SWOT ANALYSIS 190
FIGURE 34 SCHOELLER BLECKMANN OILFIELD EQUIPMENT AG: SWOT ANALYSIS 194
FIGURE 35 SCHLUMBERGER LTD.:SWOT ANALYSIS 201
FIGURE 36 UNITED DRILLING TOOLS LIMITED: SWOT ANALYSIS 205
FIGURE 37 WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL LTD.:SWOT ANALYSIS 211
FIGURE 38 WENZEL DOWNHOLE TOOLS: SWOT ANALYSIS 215

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