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A Strategic Outlook for the Global Seamless Steel Pipe and Tube Market to 2028

  • ID: 4617508
  • Report
  • May 2018
  • Region: Global
  • 130 Pages
  • Commodity Inside
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Oil and gas industry is one of the largest consumers of seamless tube and pipes. However, demand for pipes remained comparatively low over the past few years due to subdued oil prices. Recently, with the pullout of the US from the Iran nuclear deal sent oil prices to four-year high reaching $80/barrel. Indeed there would be significant implications on the global energy and pipes (OCTG and line pipes) industries if Iranian sanctions are restored. The Iran factor is not just the only element impacting the supply, part of this includes OPEC production cuts and political and economic crises in Venezuela. On the other side of the equation, demand exhibits some revival. The global economy is performing better than expected with tax cuts in the US and the reluctance of BOJ and ECB to tighten policy indicate towards that there is no immediate threat to the global economy.

With the oil prices rises, the output will also be boosted resulting surge in drillings. We also expect that there would be some supply additions in the global tubes and pipes industry. The US market is expected to see some further capacity additions going forward.

Asia is the key seamless pipe and tube market due to its rapid industrialisation and infrastructural developments. China leads the seamless market as one of the largest producers, though its capacity cuts and antidumping duties on its seamless steel pipes products, production is expected to suffer here. This report expects these initiatives will help improving market fundamentals in the short term.

We also anticipate some changes in the end users markets share going forward, particularly in the power generation due to shift from conventional energy generations toward renewable. Wind and solar energy will see more penetration in the long term. This will put pressure on pressure pipes.

In the OCTG sector, the complexity and depth of wells have remained a key trend. More complex drilling is now being used, such as drilling at a 45-degree angle. Horizontal sections are also getting longer which are creating issues of pulling, compression and weight. We also expect that alternative materials are now on the rise such as aluminium and alloy. This report also understand that carbon fibre composites are also making its way into the energy sector, due to its ideal attributes such as high-temperature capability, corrosion resistant particularly to seawater, and lightweight, long continuous length and high-pressure capability.

Why this report is unique, and a must-read for the seamless steel pipe and tube market?

A Strategic Outlook for the Global Seamless Steel Pipe and Tube Market to 2028 is a valuable resource necessary for examining the global seamless tube and pipe market.

This content-rich report covers the following key aspects:

  • How demand and supply of seamless pipe and tube would perform over the next ten years?
  • Do we have enough production capacity of seamless pipe and tube currently and for the future?
  • How will seamless pipe and tube prices perform?
  • How will the power market provide potential growth opportunities for seamless pipe and tube?
  • How will the seamless pipe and tube significantly increase demand for various types and grades?
  • What will be the major trends and developments in the seamless pipe and tube market and how they will impact the industry?
  • How will the seamless pipe and tube market perform over the next ten years?
  • What will be the main threats and opportunities in the industry?
  • What will be the major drivers behind the increase in seamless pipe and tube demand globally and how various end-use sectors will impact the market?
  • The current and future demand dynamics of seamless pipe and tube in different regions
  • Seamless pipe and tube import and exports
  • Detailed discussions on market strategies and competitive landscapes

Why should you read this report?

  • Demand, production, capacity and trade seamless pipe and tube by leading markets
  • Historical and forecast of seamless pipe and tube prices
  • Seamless pipe and tube demand by major end-use sectors such as OCTG, line pipes, mechanical engineering, pressure pipe, and others
  • Discussion on emerging trends such as shale gas, substitutes materials, renewable energy etc
  • Seamless pipe and tube production capacity by producer
  • Detailed tables, figures and charts
  • This is a content-rich report with all supportive data is provided in Excel

Who should buy this report?

  • Seamless steel tubes and pipes producers
  • Steel pipe producers
  • Steel billet producers
  • Steel pipes end users
  • Steel pipes distributor, traders and service centres
  • Government bodies
  • Suppliers of equipment and machinery
  • Industry consultants, researchers and analysts
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Chapter 1 - Executive Summary

Chapter 2 - Introduction and Methodology

Chapter 3 - Asia

Chapter 4 - Europe

Chapter 5 - Central and South America

Chapter 6 - North America

Chapter 7 - Middle East, Africa and Oceania

Chapter 8 - End-use Sectors

Chapter 9 - Competitors Landscape

Appendix A: Import and exports statistics of seamless pipe and tube by major countries 2013-2017 (volume and value)
Appendix B: Macroeconomic and demographic indicators for selected countries 2013-2028
Appendix C: Global Energy generation by type in major markets 2013-2028

List of Tables

Table 1.1: Global seamless pipe and tube consumption by region 2013- 2028 (million tonnes)
Table 1.2: Global seamless pipe and tube consumption by region 2013- 2028 ($ billions)
Table 1.3: Global seamless pipe and tube production by region 2013- 2028 (million tonnes)
Table 1.4: Global seamless pipe and tube demand, production and capacity 2013- 2028 (million tonnes)
Table 1.5 Global seamless pipe and tube production capacity by country 2017 (‘000 tonnes)
Table 1.6: Global seamless pipe and tube price forecasts by various grades 2013- 2028 ($/t)
Table 1.7: Global seamless pipe and tube demand by carbon and alloy 2013- 2028 (million tonnes)
Table 3.1: Asian demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 3.2: Asian seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 3.3: Net exports of seamless pipe and tube in Asia 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 3.4: Seamless pipe and tube production capacity in Asia by plant 2017(‘000 tonnes)
Table 4.1: European seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 4.2: European seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 4.3: Net exports of seamless pipe and tube in Europe 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 4.4: Seamless pipe and tube production capacity in Europe by plant 2017(‘000 tonnes)
Table 5.1: Central and South American seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 5.2: Central and South American seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 5.3: Net exports of seamless pipe and tube in Central and South America 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 5.4: Seamless pipe and tube production capacity in Central and South America by plant 2017(‘000 tonnes)
Table 6.1: North American seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 6.2: North American seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 6.3: Net exports of seamless pipe and tube in North America 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 6.4: Seamless pipe and tube production capacity in North America by plant 2017(‘000 tonnes)
Table 7.1: Middle Eastern, African and Oceanian seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 7.2: Middle Eastern, African and Oceanian seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 7.3: Net exports of seamless pipe and tube in the Middle East, Africa and Oceania 2013-2028 (million tonnes, % change)
Table 7.4: Seamless pipe and tube production capacity in the Middle East, Africa and Oceania by plant 2017(‘000 tonnes)
Table 8.1: Seamless pipes and tube demand by OCTG sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Table 8.2: Seamless pipe and tube demand by line pipe sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Table 8.3: Seamless pipe and tube demand by mechanical engineering sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Table 8.4: Seamless pipe and tube demand by pressure pipe sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Table 8.5: Seamless pipe and tube demand by other sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)

Table A.1: Exports of Seamless pipe and tube by country 2013-2017 (tonnes)
Table A.2: Imports of Seamless pipe and tube by country 2013-2017 (tonnes)
Table A.3: Exports of Seamless pipe and tube by country 2013-2017 ($)
Table A.4: Imports of Seamless pipe and tube by country 2013-2017 ($)
Table B.1: Macroeconomic forecasts by selected countries 2013-2028 (%)
Table C.1: Global Energy generation by type of energy in major markets 2013-2028

List of Figures

Figure 1.1: Global seamless pipe and tube consumption by region 2013- 2028 (million tonnes)
Figure 1.2: Global seamless pipe and tube by region 2013- 2028 ($ billions)
Figure 1.3: Global seamless pipe and tube production by region 2013- 2028 (million tonnes)
Figure 1.4: Global seamless pipe and tube demand, production and capacity 2013- 2028 (million tonnes)
Figure 1.5: Global seamless pipe and tube price forecasts 2013- 2028 ($/t, % change)
Figure 1.6: Global seamless pipe and tube demand by carbon and alloy 2013- 2028 (million tonnes)
Figure 3.1: Asian seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes)
Figure 4.1: European seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes)
Figure 5.1: Central and South American seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes)
Figure 6.1: North American seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes)
Figure 7.1: Middle Eastern, African and Oceanian seamless pipe and tube demand and supply 2013-2028 (million tonnes
Figure 8.1: Seamless pipe and tube demand by OCTG sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Figure 8.2: Seamless pipe and tube demand by line pipe sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Figure 8.3: Seamless pipe and tube demand by mechanical engineering sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Figure 8.4: Seamless pipe and tube demand by pressure pipe sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)
Figure 8.5: Seamless pipe and tube demand by other sector (‘000 tonnes, % change)

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