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ChemIQ is PacWest’s newest suite of market intelligence products, offering in-depth analysis and forecasts of stimulation chemical consumption/demand, segmented by region and chemical product type. The ChemIQ suite consists of:
ProppantIQ provides detailed analysis of proppant market, including demand, supply, pricing, and industry cost structure for the US land market and Canada. The market analysis is segmented by key proppant types: sand, resin-coated sand, and ceramic proppant. It includes historical estimates and well as forecasts for the time period of 2011-2016, including analysis on a quarterly and annualized basis.
Future releases will include the expansion of proppant supply analysis, integration of a proprietary transportation and logistics model, analysis of top E&P proppant consumers, and the addition of regional pricing indices.
ProppantIQ is published quarterly and is available as an annual subscription.
Analysis/forecast of US proppant supply, demand, and pricing, by play and proppant type (sand, resin-coated sand, ceramics); including regional pricing indices, logistics and transloading analysis and a marginal cost curve buildup.
Detailed analysis and forecast of global fracturing services market, including regional breakdown of supply, demand, utilization, pricing, as well as market, and technology trends and analysis of stacked vs. active horsepower
WaterIQ provides an analysis of the US Land market for oilfield water management services, including detailed basin-by-basin analysis and forecasts of volumetric flows of drilling, frac, flowback, and produced water as well as market size by segment.
Analysis of US oilfield water management market, including regional supply, demand, pricing, trends for sourcing, logistics, drill/frac, flowback, treatment, and disposal services.
As rig and well completion counts have diverged in recent years, better estimates of well completions / wells frac’ed have become critical as the most relevant metric for properly measuring and forecasting oilfield activity. WellIQ is the only market intelligence product available that provides detailed play-by-play well completion counts and forecast for all US and Canadian oilfield regions.
Play-by-play details of NAM rig counts, well completions, wells frac’ed, frac stages, and stimulated length with a rolling three year forecast
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With the oil price seemingly stuck at a WTI price cap of $50/bbl, E&P operators are challenged to find new opportunities to extend drilling inventories which generate economic volumes. Valuations of Permian acreage remain high, which further limits opportunity to enter and add value. Overall, few plays
Cuts and postponements hitting the service sector hard while oil supply slowly rebalances IHS Costs and Technology teams published their most-recent quarterly reviews of Global and North America upstream spending and the semi-annual IHS Upstream Industry Trends report, which provide a detailed overview of the past few months