1 INTRODUCTION 17
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 17
1.2 DEFINITION 17
1.2.1 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY SERVICE: INCLUSIONS VS. EXCLUSIONS 18
1.3 MARKET SCOPE 18
1.3.1 MARKET SEGMENTATION 18
1.3.2 COUNTRIES COVERED 19
1.3.3 YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY 19
1.4 CURRENCY 20
1.5 LIMITATION 20
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS 20

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 21
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 21
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 22
2.1.1.1 Key data from secondary sources 22
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 23
2.1.2.1 Key data from primary sources 23
2.1.2.2 Breakdown of primaries 24
2.2 SCOPE 25
2.2.1 SCOPE OF NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION SERVICES:
INCLUSIONS VS. EXCLUSIONS 25
2.3 KEY INFLUENCING FACTORS/DRIVERS 26
2.3.1 WELL COUNT 26
2.3.2 RIG COUNT 27
2.3.3 PRODUCTION 28
2.3.4 CRUDE OIL PRICES 29
2.4 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 30
2.4.1 IDEAL DEMAND-SIDE ANALYSIS 30
2.4.1.1 Assumptions 30
2.4.1.2 Calculation 31
2.4.2 SUPPLY-SIDE ANALYSIS 31
2.4.2.1 Assumptions 31
2.4.2.2 Calculation 31
2.4.3 FORECAST 33
2.5 MARKET BREAKDOWN & DATA TRIANGULATION 33
2.6 PRIMARY INSIGHTS 34

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 35

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 41
4.1 ATTRACTIVE OPPORTUNITIES IN THE NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET 41
4.2 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY COUNTRY 41
4.3 US WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY WELL TYPE & STATES 42
4.4 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY SERVICE 42
4.5 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY INTERVENTION TYPE 43
4.6 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY WELL TYPE 43
4.7 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY APPLICATION 44

5 MARKET OVERVIEW 45
5.1 INTRODUCTION 45
5.2 MARKET DYNAMICS 46
5.2.1 DRIVERS 46
5.2.1.1 Growing demand for well intervention services to ramp up production from maturing oil & gas fields 46
5.2.1.2 Proliferating shale activities in the US and Canada are increasing the demand for well intervention services in North America 47
5.2.1.3 Expanding the offshore reach of oil & gas exploration & production in the Gulf of Mexico and East offshore Canada 48
5.2.2 RESTRAINTS 49
5.2.2.1 Strict government regulations on drilling activities 49
5.2.2.2 Fluctuating oil prices are affecting operational spending on well maintenance and well intervention services 50
5.2.3 OPPORTUNITIES 51
5.2.3.1 Digitalization of intervention services 51
5.2.3.2 Rising exploration & production activities are expected to drive the North America well intervention market 52
5.2.4 CHALLENGES 52
5.2.4.1 Challenging intervention operations in High-Pressure High-Temperature (HPHT) drilling 52
5.2.4.2 Application of artificial lift techniques of well intervention in horizontal wells 53
5.3 SUPPLY CHAIN OVERVIEW 53
5.3.1 KEY INFLUENCERS 54
5.3.1.1 Equipment manufacturers 54
5.3.1.2 Service providers 54
5.3.1.3 Oilfield operators 54

6 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY SERVICE 55
6.1 INTRODUCTION 56
6.2 LOGGING & BOTTOMHOLE SURVEY 57
6.2.1 OPERATORS ARE DETERMINED TO BETTER UNDERSTAND THE GEOLOGY OF THE RESERVOIRS, WHICH IS DRIVING THE LOGGING & BOTTOMHOLE SURVEY SERVICE ACROSS NORTH AMERICA 57
6.3 TUBING/PACKER FAILURE & REPAIR 59
6.3.1 GROWING FOCUS FOR MAINTAINING THE WELL INTEGRITY DURING WELL LIFE IS DRIVING THE TUBING/PACKER FAILURE & REPAIR WELL INTERVENTION SERVICES SEGMENT IN NORTH AMERICA 59
6.4 STIMULATION 59
6.4.1 DEMAND FOR HYDRAULIC FRACTURING IN THE US OFFERS A LUCRATIVE OPPORTUNITY TO STIMULATION SERVICE PROVIDERS 59
6.5 REMEDIAL CEMENTING 60
6.5.1 COMPLEXITY IN CARRYING OUT SQUEEZE JOBS IN OFFSHORE AND SHALE RESERVES IS EXPECTED TO DRIVE THE REMEDIAL CEMENTING SEGMENT IN NORTH AMERICA 60
6.6 ZONAL ISOLATION 61
6.6.1 INCREASE IN OIL & GAS PRODUCTION FROM MATURE & HORIZONTAL
WELLS IS EXPECTED TO DRIVE THE ZONAL ISOLATION MARKET 61
6.7 SAND CONTROL 62
6.7.1 REDEVELOPMENT OF AGING RESERVOIRS IN OIL SANDS IN CANADA PROVIDES A LUCRATIVE OPPORTUNITY FOR THE SAND CONTROL MARKET 62
6.8 ARTIFICIAL LIFT 63
6.8.1 INCREASINGLY CHALLENGING PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENTS FROM MATURE OIL & GAS FIELDS 63
6.9 REPERFORATION 64
6.9.1 INCREASING PRODUCTION FROM MATURE WELLS IS LIKELY TO SUPPORT THE GROWTH OF THE REPERFORATION SEGMENT 64
6.10 FISHING 64
6.10.1 PREVENTION OF SIGNIFICANT NONPRODUCING TIME IN THE OIL & GAS WELLS IS DRIVING THE NORTH AMERICAN FISHING SERVICE SEGMENT 64
6.11 OTHERS 65

7 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY INTERVENTION TYPE 66
7.1 INTRODUCTION 67
7.2 LIGHT WELL INTERVENTION 68
7.2.1 INCREASING DEMAND FOR RISERLESS LIGHT WELL INTERVENTION (RLWI) VESSEL ASSISTS THE GROWTH OF THE LIGHT WELL INTERVENTION SEGMENT 68
7.3 MEDIUM WELL INTERVENTION 69
7.3.1 MEDIUM WELL INTERVENTION SEGMENT IS GROWING AT THE HIGHEST RATE OWING TO THE RISING DEVELOPMENTS OF UNCONVENTIONAL RESERVES WITH THE SUPPORT OF SNUBBING UNITS 69
7.4 HEAVY WELL INTERVENTION 70
7.4.1 DEVELOPMENTS IN MATURE FIELDS SUPPORT THE ADOPTION OF HEAVY WELL INTERVENTION SERVICES 70

8 WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY WELL TYPE 71
8.1 INTRODUCTION 72
8.2 HORIZONTAL WELL 74
8.2.1 WELLS DRILLED HORIZONTALLY INTO TIGHT OIL, AND SHALE GAS FORMATIONS CONTINUE TO ACCOUNT FOR AN INCREASING SHARE OF HORIZONTAL WELLS IN NORTH AMERICA 74
8.3 VERTICAL WELL 75
8.3.1 DEMAND FOR WELL INTERVENTION SERVICES IN AGEING OIL & GAS FIELDS IS LIKELY TO DRIVE THE VERTICAL WELL SEGMENT 75

9 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY APPLICATION 76
9.1 INTRODUCTION 77
9.2 ONSHORE 78
9.2.1 GROWING SHALE ACTIVITIES IN THE ONSHORE REGION AND RISING RATE OF ONSHORE OILFIELDS REACHING MATURITY DRIVE THE ONSHORE
WELL INTERVENTION SERVICES 78
9.3 OFFSHORE 80
9.3.1 INCREASING NUMBER OF DISCOVERIES, ALONG WITH HIGH COST OF INTERVENTION IN OFFSHORE LOCATIONS, IS DRIVING OFFSHORE
WELL INTERVENTION MARKET IN NORTH AMERICA 80

10 NORTH AMERICA WELL INTERVENTION MARKET, BY COUNTRY 82
10.1 INTRODUCTION 83
10.2 US 85
10.2.1 BY SERVICE 86
10.2.2 BY INTERVENTION TYPE 86
10.2.3 BY WELL TYPE 87
10.2.4 BY APPLICATION 87
10.2.5 BY STATES 88
10.2.6 TEXAS 88
10.2.6.1 Huge amount of shale resources and significant drilling activities are driving the well intervention market in Texas 88
10.2.7 KANSAS 90
10.2.7.1 New oil & gas field discoveries bring opportunities to the Kansas well intervention market 90
10.2.8 CALIFORNIA 91
10.2.8.1 Urge for the redevelopment of mature oilfields in California is driving the well intervention market in the state 91
10.2.9 OKLAHOMA 92
10.2.9.1 Continuous well drilling activities in Oklahoma to drive the well intervention market in the state 92
10.2.10 PENNSYLVANIA 92
10.2.10.1 Advances in proven technologies are delivering new opportunities in oil & natural gas exploration & production around Pennsylvania, thereby driving the well intervention services market 92
10.2.11 NEW MEXICO 93
10.2.11.1 New discoveries in New Mexico would drive the well intervention market in the state 93
10.2.12 ILLINOIS 93
10.2.12.1 Shale development prospects in the near future are likely to drive the well intervention market in Illinois 93
10.2.13 COLORADO 94
10.2.13.1 Huge oil & gas reserves in Colorado and continuous production from the state drive the Colorado well intervention market 94
10.2.14 WEST VIRGINIA 94
10.2.14.1 Low oil well drilling activities are hampering the well intervention market in West Virginia 94
10.2.15 NORTH DAKOTA 94
10.2.15.1 Demand for hydraulic fracturing services in the Bakken Ford is likely to drive the North Dakota well intervention market 94
10.2.16 REST OF THE US 94
10.3 CANADA 95
10.3.1 BY SERVICE 96
10.3.2 BY INTERVENTION TYPE 96
10.3.3 BY WELL TYPE 97
10.3.4 BY APPLICATION 97
10.3.5 BY PROVINCE 98
10.3.6 ALBERTA 98
10.3.6.1 Huge potential from shale reserves in Alberta brings opportunities to the Alberta well intervention market 98
10.3.7 BRITISH COLUMBIA 99
10.3.7.1 Innovations from hydraulic fracturing services are driving the well intervention market in British Columbia 99
10.3.8 SASKATCHEWAN 99
10.3.8.1 Focus on increasing heavy oil production is driving the Saskatchewan well intervention market 99
10.3.9 REST OF CANADIAN PROVINCE 100
11 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 101
11.1 OVERVIEW 101
11.2 COMPETITIVE LEADERSHIP MAPPING, 2018 103
11.2.1 VISIONARY LEADERS 103
11.2.2 INNOVATORS 103
11.2.3 DYNAMIC 103
11.2.4 EMERGING 103
11.3 MARKET SHARE ANALYSIS, 2018 105
11.4 COMPETITIVE SCENARIO 105
11.4.1 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES 106
11.4.2 CONTRACTS & AGREEMENTS 107
11.4.3 MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS 108
11.4.4 OTHERS 108

12 COMPANY PROFILE 109
(Business Overview, Products Offered, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, and MnM View)*
12.1 HALLIBURTON 109
12.2 SCHLUMBERGER 117
12.3 BAKER HUGHES, A GE COMPANY 125
12.4 WEATHERFORD 131
12.5 C&J ENERGY SERVICES 136
12.6 SUPERIOR ENERGY SERVICES 139
12.7 ARCHER 142
12.8 EXPRO GROUP 145
12.9 TRICAN 149
12.10 WELLTEC 152
12.11 ALTUS INTERVENTION 154
12.12 BASIC ENERGY SERVICES 159
12.13 RPC 161
12.14 PIONEER ENERGY SERVICES 163
12.15 CALFRAC WELL SERVICES 165
12.16 OCEANEERING 167
12.17 KEY ENERGY SERVICES 169
12.18 NINE ENERGY SERVICES 171
12.19 STEP ENERGY SERVICES 173
12.20 LEGEND ENERGY SERVICES 174
*Details on Business Overview, Products Offered, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, and MnM View might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.
12.21 ANNEXURE 175

13 APPENDIX 176
13.1 INSIGHTS OF INDUSTRY EXPERTS 176
13.2 DISCUSSION GUIDE 177
13.3 KNOWLEDGE STORE 181
13.4 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 183
13.5 RELATED REPORTS 183
13.6 AUTHOR DETAILS 184