Offshore Rig Construction Market to 2015 and Current Rig Deployment Scenario - Acquisition of Rivals a Prominent Strategic Option

Date: October 31, 2011
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Offshore Rig Construction Market to 2015 and Current Rig Deployment Scenario - Acquisition of Rivals a Prominent Strategic Option
Offshore Rig Construction Market to 2015 and Current Rig Deployment Scenario - Acquisition of Rivals a Prominent Strategic Option

Summary

GBI Research, a leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, “Offshore Rig Construction Market to 2015 and Current Rig Deployment Scenario - Acquisition of Rivals a Prominent Strategic Option”. The study, which is an offering from the company’s Energy Research Group, provides an in-depth analysis of the global offshore rig construction market and highlights various concerns, key trends and challenges, along with major companies in the industry. The report provides forecasts for the offshore rig construction industry to 2015. It also provides segmental forecasts of the offshore rig construction market worldwide by rig type, and provides comprehensive data on current offshore rigs deployed globally, by rig type. The report also provides in-depth information on new build rig orders by major offshore drilling contractors, by country of rig manufacturing shipyard, and expected new builds and their expected deployment time. The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis by GBI Research’s team of industry experts.

As most countries which possess commercial potential in terms of their offshore reserves seek to achieve energy self-sufficiency, the offshore exploration and production industry is expected to make significant investments in the discovery and development of new offshore reserves. In turn, this will lead to infrastructure investments by exploration and production companies in the form of new build offshore rigs, particularly for untapped shallow water regions with exploration potential. Subsequently, offshore rig construction expenditure is expected to rise from 2011–2015.

As shallow water drilling activity is expected to substantially rise, the business potential for harshenvironment and premium and ultra-premium jack-up rig construction companies is expected to be strong. Also, at present, rig contractors prefer to acquire rival companies as part of their business strategy in order to gain a competitive edge.

Scope

The report provides in-depth analysis of the major factors affecting the offshore rig construction industry worldwide. Its scope includes -
  • Overview and analysis of the global offshore rig construction market to 2015
  • Analysis of the historical trends and forecasts to 2015
  • Segmental forecasts of offshore rig construction expenditure, by rig type
  • Country-specific data with regard to new builds
  • Comprehensive data of currently deployed offshore rigs, by rig type
  • Analysis of the opportunities and challenges in the global offshore rig construction industry
Reasons to buy
  • Develop business strategies with the help of specific insights about the global offshore rig construction industry and the offshore rig deployment situation.
  • Identify key trends and challenges in the global offshore rig construction industry.
  • Increase future revenues and profitability with the help of insight into the expected demandsupply scenario for offshore rigs worldwide.
  • Benchmark your operations and strategies using key insights from current and expected business developments with regard to the offshore rig construction industry.
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 FUTURE OF THE OFFSHORE RIG CONSTRUCTION MARKET AND CURRENT RIG DEPLOYMENT SCENARIO – INTRODUCTION

2.1 Report Guidance

3 OFFSHORE RIG CONSTRUCTION MARKET – OVERVIEW

3.1 Significance of the Offshore Rig Construction Industry as Part of the Value Chain in the Upstream Oil and Gas Sector
3.2 Key Segments of the Offshore Rig Construction Industry
  3.2.1 Jack-Up Rigs
  3.2.2 Semisubmersibles
  3.2.3 Drillships
  3.2.4 Fixed Platforms
  3.2.5 Compliant Towers
  3.2.6 Tension Leg Platforms (TLPs)
  3.2.7 Spar Platforms
  3.2.8 Barges
  3.2.9 Tender Rigs
  3.2.10 Premium and Ultra-Premium Jack-Up Rigs

4 OFFSHORE RIG CONSTRUCTION MARKET TO 2015 – GEOGRAPHIC AND SEGMENT ANALYSIS

4.1 Geographic Scenario of the Global Offshore Rig Construction Industry
4.2 Segmental Analysis of the Global Offshore Rig Construction Industry

5 KEY TRENDS AND CHALLENGES IN THE OFFSHORE RIG CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

5.1 Key Trends of the Offshore Rig Construction Industry
  5.1.1 Offshore Rig Contractors are Acquiring Rivals as a Beneficial Business Strategy Due to Increasing Cost of Rig Manufacturing and the Poor Credit Situation
  5.1.2 Offshore Upstream Sector is Expected to Record a Significant Rise in Jack-Up Rig Construction Activity Due to Increasing Demand for Shallow Water Offshore Development
  5.1.3 Rapidly Growing Demand for Premium and Ultra-Premium Jack-Ups will Create a Shortage of Premium Jack-Ups by 2015
  5.1.4 Improved Risk Assessment Will Reduce Costs and Time Delay for Rig Construction Projects
  5.1.5 Rig Construction is Expected to be Strengthened by the South East Asian Rig Construction Industry
  5.1.6 Rise in Deep and Ultra-Deep Water Drilling in Brazil is Expected to Strengthen the Drillship Construction Industry
5.2 Major Challenges of the Offshore Rig Construction Industry
  5.2.1 Cost Dynamics are Proving to be Unfavorable to the Brazilian Offshore Rig Construction Industry Due to Inadequate Workforce Training and the Unattractive Labor Market
  5.2.2 Technological Developments in Offshore Rig Construction could Lead to Successful Exploration and Production in Geographically Challenging Areas
  5.2.3 Stricter Offshore Regulations for Safety and Environmental Protection Will Lead to Technological Modifications in the Engineering Design of Offshore Rigs

6 OFFSHORE RIG CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY FORECASTS TO 2015 AND CURRENT STATUS OF WORLDWIDE OFFSHORE FLEET IN OPERATION

6.1 Offshore Rig Construction Newbuild Expenditure Forecasts to 2015
6.2 Offshore Rig Construction Newbuild Expenditure Forecasts to 2015, by Segment
  6.2.1 Offshore Rig Construction Newbuild Expenditure Forecasts to 2015, Jack-Up Rigs
  6.2.2 Offshore Rig Construction Newbuild Expenditure Forecasts to 2015, Semisubmersible Rigs
  6.2.3 Offshore Rig Construction Newbuild Expenditure Forecasts to 2015, Drillships
6.3 Offshore Rig Order Costs, Forecasts to 2015, by Segment
  6.3.1 Offshore Rig Order Costs, Forecasts to 2015, Jack-Up Rigs
  6.3.2 Offshore Rig Order Costs, Forecasts to 2015, Semisubmersible Rigs
  6.3.3 Offshore Rig Order Costs, Forecasts to 2015, Drillships
6.4 Newbuild Rig Orders by Offshore Drilling Contractors
6.5 Pending Rig Orders by Rig Segment and Rig Availability in Future
  6.5.1 Pending Rig Orders and Rig Availability, Jack-Up Rigs, Updated August 2011
  6.5.2 Pending Rig Orders and Rig Availability, Semisubmersibles, Updated August 2011
  6.5.3 Pending Rig Orders and Rig Availability, Drillships, Updated August 2011
  6.5.4 Pending Rig Orders and Rig Availability, Tender Rigs, Updated August 2011
  6.5.5 Pending Rig Orders and Rig Availability, Inland Barges, Updated August 2011
6.6 Current Status of Worldwide Offshore Rigs and Expected Newbuilds
  6.6.1 Current Status, Number of Worldwide Offshore Rigs and Expected Newbuilds
6.7 Current Status of Worldwide Fleet in Operation by Individual Offshore Structure and Type, and Deployment Location
  6.7.1 Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Jack-Up Rigs, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
  6.7.2 Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Semisubmersible Rigs, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
  6.7.3 Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Drillships, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
  6.7.4 Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Inland Barges, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
  6.7.5 Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Drill Barges, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
  6.7.6 Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Tender Rigs, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
  6.7.7 Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Platform Rigs, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
  6.7.8 Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Submersibles, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
6.8 Expected Newbuild Offshore Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
  6.8.1 Expected Newbuild Jack-Up Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
  6.8.2 Expected Newbuild Semisubmersible Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
  6.8.3 Expected Newbuild Drillships, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
  6.8.4 Expected Newbuild Inland Barges, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
  6.8.5 Expected Newbuild Tender Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard

7 APPENDIX

7.1 Methodology
  7.1.1 Coverage
  7.1.2 Secondary Research
  7.1.3 Primary Research
  7.1.4 Expert Panel Validation
7.2 Abbreviations
7.3 Contact Us
7.4 About GBI Research
7.5 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: Offshore Rig Construction Industry, Global Revenue (%), 2010
Table 2: Global Offshore Rig Construction Industry, Segment Analysis, Number of Rigs, 2011–2015
Table 3: Total Annual Newbuild Construction Expenditure Forecasts ($bn), 2000–2015
Table 4: Newbuild Jack-Up Rig Construction Expenditure Forecasts ($bn), 2000–2015
Table 5: Newbuild Jack-Up Rig Construction Expenditure Forecasts, Standard Segment ($bn), 2000–2015
Table 6: Newbuild Jack-Up Rig Construction Expenditure Forecasts, Premium/Ultra-Premium Segment ($bn), 2000–2015
Table 7: Newbuild Semisubmersible Rig Construction Expenditure Forecasts ($bn), 2000–2015
Table 8: Newbuild Drillship Construction Expenditure Forecasts ($bn), 2000–2015
Table 9: Jack-Up (Standard and Premium/Ultra-Premium Segment Combined) Rig Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Table 10: Standard Jack-Up Rig Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Table 11: Premium and Ultra-Premium Jack-Up Rig Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Table 12: Semisubmersible Rig Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Table 13: Drillship Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Table 14: Newbuild Rig Orders, Updated August 2011
Table 15: Newbuild Rig Construction Orders by Offshore Drilling Contractor, Updated August 2011
Table 16: Worldwide Jack-Ups Construction Survey, Updated August 2011
Table 17: Expected Number of Jack-Ups to be Delivered, by Year
Table 18: Worldwide Semisubmersibles Construction Survey, Updated August 2011
Table 19: Expected Number of Semisubmersibles to be Delivered, by Year
Table 20: Worldwide Drillships Construction Survey, Updated August 2011
Table 21: Expected Number of Drillships to be Delivered, by Year
Table 22: Worldwide Tender Rigs Construction Survey, Updated August 2011
Table 23: Expected Number of Tender Rigs to be Delivered, by Year
Table 24: Worldwide Inland Barges Construction Survey, Updated August 2011
Table 25: Offshore Rigs and Expected Newbuilds, as of August 2011
Table 26: Global In-Service Rig Fleet Status as of August 2011, by Rig Type
Table 27: Number of Offshore Rigs, by Current Status and Rig Type
Table 28: Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Jack-Up Rigs, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
Table 29: Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Semisubmersible Rigs, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
Table 30: Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Drillships, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
Table 31: Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Inland Barges, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
Table 32: Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Drill Barges, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
Table 33: Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Tender Rigs, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
Table 34: Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Platform Rigs, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
Table 35: Current Status, Worldwide Fleet in Operation, Submersibles, by Structure Name, Deployment Location and Region
Table 36: Expected Newbuild Jack-Up Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
Table 37: Expected Newbuild Semisubmerible Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
Table 38: Expected Newbuild Drillships, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
Table 39: Expected Newbuild Inland Barges, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
Table 40: Expected Newbuild Tender Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
Table 41: Abbreviations

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: Offshore Rig Construction Industry, Global Revenue (%), 2010
Figure 2: Global Offshore Rig Construction Industry, Segment Analysis, Number of Rigs, 2011–2015
Figure 3:Total Annual Newbuild Construction Expenditure Forecasts ($bn), 2000–2015
Figure 4: Newbuild Jack-Up Rig Construction Expenditure Forecasts ($bn), 2000–2015
Figure 5: Newbuild Jack-Up Rig Construction Expenditure Forecasts, Standard Segment ($bn), 2000–2015
Figure 6: Newbuild Jack-Up Rig Construction Expenditure Forecasts, Premium/Ultra-Premium Segment ($bn), 2000–2015
Figure 7: Newbuild Semisubmersible Rig Construction Expenditure Forecasts ($bn), 2000–2015
Figure 8: Newbuild Drillship Construction Expenditure Forecasts ($bn), 2000–2015
Figure 9: Jack-Up (Standard and Premium/Ultra-Premium Segment Combined) Rig Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Figure 10: Standard Jack-Up Rig Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Figure 11: Premium and Ultra-Premium Jack-Up Rig Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Figure 12: Semisubmersible Rig Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Figure 13: Drillship Order Cost ($m Per Rig), 2000–2015
Figure 14: Newbuild Rig Orders, Updated August 2011
Figure 15: Expected Number of Jack-Ups to be Delivered, by Year
Figure 16: Expected Number of Semisubmersibles to be Delivered, by Year
Figure 17: Expected Number of Drillships to be Delivered, by Year
Figure 18: Expected Number of Tender Rigs to be Delivered, by Year
Figure 19: Global In-Service Rig Fleet Status as of August 2011, by Rig Type
Figure 20: Global Newbuild Rig Fleet Status as of August 2011, by Rig Type
Figure 21: Number of Offshore Rigs, by Current Status and Rig Type
Figure 22: Expected Newbuild Jack-Up Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
Figure 23: Expected Newbuild Semisubmerible Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
Figure 24: Expected Newbuild Drillships, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard
Figure 25: Expected Newbuild Tender Rigs, by Country of Manufacturing Shipyard

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