March 21, 2016 - 11:02 AM EDT
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The Freedonia Group: US Demand for Midstream Oil & Gas Equipment Will Decline

CLEVELAND, March 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Demand for equipment used in midstream oil and gas applications in the US is expected to decline to $10.5 billion in 2019 as a low oil and gas price environment limits production growth and US midstream infrastructure becomes better adapted to the recent shifts in energy production within the country.  Spending on equipment for use in both crude by rail and gas processing plants will fall from elevated 2014 levels, but pipeline construction and liquefied natural gas (LNG) activity will continue to support a high level of equipment demand through the forecast period.  These and other trends are presented in Midstream Oil & Gas Equipment, a new study from Freedonia Group, a Cleveland-based industry research firm.

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Pipe will remain the largest product category in midstream oil and gas equipment, with demand expected to fully recover and post modest gains by 2019 despite sharp declines in 2015 and 2016.  Demand for equipment associated with natural gas infrastructure, including gas treating and processing equipment and compressors used in pipeline and other applications, will continue to be strong by historical standards, although it is not expected to return to 2014 levels in the near future. 

Market fundamentals will drive the eventual construction of a number of LNG export facilities in coming years, several of which are likely to remain under construction in 2019.  These facilities, all major investments, will boost the overall market for a range of equipment, including compressors, valves, and pumps.  Additionally, several new projects will require construction of LNG storage tanks, which can make up a large part of total project costs due to their size and heavy engineering requirements.

Crude by rail became a major component of US crude oil infrastructure over the past few years, resulting in high demand for new tank cars.  Additionally, new Department of Transportation regulations require that most tank cars in service be replaced or retrofitted with additional safety equipment over the next few years.  Together, these factors will result in continued spending in this segment of the market.  However, growth in pipeline capacity connecting areas such as the Bakken play in the upper Midwest and producing areas in the Rocky Mountains with refineries in other parts of the country will reduce the need for crude by rail through the forecast period.

About The Freedonia Group – The Freedonia Group, a division of MarketResearch.com, is a leading international industrial research company publishing more than 100 studies annually. Since 1985 we have provided research to customers ranging in size from global conglomerates to one-person consulting firms. More than 90% of the industrial companies in the Fortune 500 use Freedonia Group research to help with their strategic planning. Each study includes product and market analyses and forecasts, in-depth discussions of important industry trends, market share information and profiles of the leading industry players. Reports can be purchased at www.freedoniagroup.com and are also available on www.marketresearch.com and www.profound.com.

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