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Middle East Spiral Welded Pipes Market Segmentation by Type (SSAW, HSAW, LSAW, and ERW Pipe); by End User (Oil & Gas, Construction & Infrastructure, Water Industry, and Others); by Application (Crude Oil, Refined Products, and Natural Gas Transmission) – Demand Analysis & Opportunity Outlook 2029

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Middle East Spiral Welded Pipes Market Highlights 2020 – 2029

The Middle East spiral welded pipes market is estimated to garner a sizeable revenue by growing at a noteworthy CAGR over the forecast period, i.e., 2021 – 2029. The growth of the market can be attributed to the growing infrastructural development, rising applications of spiral welded pipes for residential and commercial activities in the region, and the increasing number of desalination plants to treat water. According to the World Bank, 70% of the total desalinated water worldwide is consumed by countries in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Apart from these, pipelines are widely being adopted as a key mode of transportation for petroleum, water, fossil fuel and several refined products, which in turn is expected to boost the demand for spiral welded pipes in the coming years.

The market is segmented by end user into oil & gas industry, petrochemical industry, and water industry, out of which, the oil & gas industry segment is anticipated to hold the largest share in the Middle East spiral welded pipes market on account of the high number of ongoing activities in the oil & gas sector, and a strong presence of many of the largest oil producers worldwide. More than one-third of world’s oil is produced in Saudi Arabia, Iraq, the UAE, Iran and Kuwait. However, the segment for water industry is evaluated to grow with the highest CAGR during the forecast period, which can be ascribed to the intensifying demand for water owing to the rise in population of the region.

Middle East Spiral Welded Pipes Market

Middle East Spiral Welded Pipes Market Geographical Synopsis

On the basis of geographical analysis, the Middle East spiral welded pipes market is segmented into three major regions, including Iran, the GCC (Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman) and rest of the Middle East. The market in the GCC region is estimated to witness a significant growth over the forecast period on the back of increasing number of pipeline projects and oil exports in the region, especially in countries such as Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. In addition to these, growing investment in industries, namely real estate, infrastructure, water sewage and petrochemicals in Saudi Arabia is also assessed to drive growth to the market in this region the near future. It was calculated that the value of infrastructure sector in Saudi Arabia was the highest in the GCC in 2019, amounting to more than USD 6.3 million.  Furthermore, the market in Qatar is also expected to flourish at a high growth rate during the forecast period, which can be credited to major construction ventures in the future such as FIFA world cup 2022 and Doha Metro. CLICK TO DOWNLOAD SAMPLE REPORT

Market Segmentation

Our in-depth analysis of the Middle East spiral welded pipes market includes the following segments:

By Type

  • Spiral Submerged Arc-Welding (SSAW) Pipe
  • Longitudinal Submerged Arc-Welding (LSAW) Pipe
  • Electric Resistance Welded (ERW) Pipe

By End User

  • Oil & Gas Industry
  • Construction & Infrastructure Industry
  • Water Industry
  • Others

By Application

  • Crude Oil Transmission
  • Refined Products Transmission
  • Natural Gas Transmission

Growth Drivers

  • Rising Infrastructural Development in the Region
  • Increasing Number of Desalination Processes in the Middle East

Challenges

  • Risks Associated with the Leakage of Pipes
  • Improper Maintenance of Pipelines

Top Featured Companies Dominating the Market

  • AL JAZEERA STEEL PRODUCTS CO.
    • Company Overview
    • Business Strategy
    • Key Product Offerings
    • Financial Performance
    • Key Performance Indicators
    • Risk Analysis
    • Recent Development
    • Regional Presence
    • SWOT Analysis
  • ArcelorMittal SA
  • Saudi Steel Pipes Company
  • Attieh Steel Ltd.
  • Jindal SAW Limited
  • Arabian Pipes Co.
  • Rezayat Group (National Pipe Company Ltd.)
  • EVRAZ plc
  • JFE Steel Corporation
  • Vallourec group

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. List of Figures 

2. List of Tables 

3. Executive Summary 

4. Research Methodology 

5. Global Spiral Welded Pipes Market an Overview 

6. Middle East Spiral Welded Pipe Market an Overview 

7. Market Segmentation
7.1 By Country
7.1.1 Saudi Arabia
7.1.2 U.A.E
7.1.3 Iran
7.1.4 Kuwait
7.1.5 Qatar
7.1.6 Oman
7.2 By Industry End Use
7.2.1 Oil and Gas Industry
7.2.2 Wastewater Treatment Industry
7.2.3 Construction and Infrastructure Industry 

8. Porter’s Five Force Model Analysis 

9. Industry Growth Drivers
9.1 Increased spending on construction and infrastructure
9.2 Rise in Oil and Gas Sector Projects
9.3 Rise in government spending on water projects 

10. Restraints
10.1 Impact of falling Oil Prices
10.2 Limitations on use of HSAW 

11. Risk Analysis
11.1 Supply Risk - Medium
11.2 Demand Risk - Medium 

12. A Glance at the Upcoming and Ongoing Pipeline Projects in the Middle East 

13. Government Standards and Specifications 

14. Market Attractiveness 

15. Basic Point Scale analysis (BPS) 

16. Competitive Landscape
16.1 ArcelorMittal
16.1.1 Company Overview
16.1.2 Products and Services
16.1.2.1 Key Financials
16.1.3 Recent Trends and Developments
16.2 Welspun Corp
16.2.1 Company Overview
16.2.2 Products and services
16.2.3 Key Financials
16.2.4 Recent Trends and Developments
16.3 TMK- Group
16.3.1 Company Overview
16.3.2 Products and Services
16.3.3 Key Financials
16.3.4 Recent news and developments
16.4 Saudi Steel Pipe Company
16.4.1 Company Overview
16.4.2 Products and services
16.4.3 Key Financials
16.4.4 Recent News & Developments
16.5 EVRAZ
16.5.1 Company Overview
16.5.2 Products and Services
16.5.3 Key Financials
16.5.4 Recent news & developments
16.6 Vallourec S.A.
16.6.1 Company Overview
16.6.2 Products and services
16.6.3 Key Financials
16.6.4 Recent news & developments
16.7 Jindal SAW Ltd.
16.7.1 Company Overview
16.7.2 Products and services
16.7.3 Key Financials
16.7.4 Recent news & developments
16.8 National Pipe Co. Ltd.
16.8.1 Company Overview
16.8.2 Products and services
16.8.3 Key Financials
16.8.4 Recent news & developments
16.9 Gerab National Enterprises LLC
16.9.1 Company Overview
16.9.2 Products and services
16.9.3 Key Financials
16.9.4 Recent news & developments
16.10 Al Jazeera Steel Products Co.
16.10.1 Company Overview
16.10.2 Products and services
16.10.3 Key Financials
16.10.4 Recent news & developments
16.11 Attieh Steel Ltd. 90
16.11.1 Company Overview
16.11.1 Products and services
16.11.2 Key Financials
16.11.3 Recent news & developments
16.12 JFE Steel Corporation
16.12.1 Company Overview
16.12.2 Products and Services
16.12.3 Key Financials
16.12.4 Recent news & developments
16.13 EEW Group
16.13.1 Company Overview
16.13.2 Products and Services
16.13.3 Key Financials
16.13.4 Recent news & developments
16.14 PSL Limited
16.14.1 Company Overview
16.14.2 Products and Services
16.14.2.1 Key Financials
16.14.3 Recent news & developments
16.15 Arabian Pipes Co.
16.15.1 Company Overview
16.15.2 Products & Services
16.15.3 Key Financials
16.15.4 Recent news & developments 

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List of Figures:
Figure 5- 1: Global HSAW pipe Market Size by volume (Million metric tonnes) & Y-O-Y Growth (%)
Figure 5- 2: Global Energy Demand in 2010 and Forecast in 2025 (quadrillion BTUs)
Figure 6-1: % share of country in terms of HSAW pipes consumption in 2015
Figure 7-1: Saudi Arabia HSAW pipe Market Size by consumption (kilotons) & Y-O-Y Growth (%)
Figure 7-2: Saudi Arabia HSAW pipe Market Size by value (USD Millions) & Y-O-Y Growth (%)
Figure 7-3: UAE HSAW pipe Market Size by volume (Kilotons) & Y-O-Y Growth (%)
Figure 7- 4: UAE HSAW pipe Market Size by value (USD Millions)
Figure 7-5: Iran HSAW pipe Market Size by volume (Kilotons) & Y-O-Y Growth (%)
Figure 7-6: Iran HSAW pipe Market Size by value (USD Millions)
Figure 7-7: Kuwait HSAW pipe Market Size by volume (Kilotons) & Y-O-Y Growth (%)
Figure 7-8: Kuwait HSAW pipe Market Size by value (USD Millions)
Figure 7-9: Qatar HSAW pipe Market Size by volume (Kilotons) & Y-O-Y Growth (%)
Figure 7-10: Qatar HSAW pipe Market Size by value (USD Millions)
Figure 7-11: Oman HSAW pipe Market Size by volume (Kilotons) & Y-O-Y Growth (%)
Figure 7-12: Oman HSAW pipe Market Size by value (USD Millions)
Figure 7-13: Industry wise % share of HSAW pipes
Figure 7-14: % share of oil reserves in Middle East by country at the end of 2014
Figure 7-15: % share of gas reserves in Middle East by country at the end of 2014
Figure 7-16: Oil production by GCC countries in 2015 (Thousand barrels per day)
Figure 7-17: Production of oil in Iran since 2010 (Thousand barrels per day)
Figure 7-18: Production of oil in Iraq since 2010 (thousand barrels per day)
Figure 7-19: Oil consumption in Middle East in 2014 (thousand barrels per day)
Figure 7-20: Natural gas consumption in Middle East in 2014 (billion cubic meters per day)
Figure 7-21: Water Supply capacity by resources in Saudi Area forecast to 2030
Figure 7-22: Total (Industrial, agricultural and domestic) water demand in Saudi Arabia
Figure 7-23: Desalination capacity and production in UAE
Figure 7-24: Water consumption % in U.A.E. in 2014
Figure 7-25: % consumption of fresh water by various sectors in Iran
Figure 7-26: Estimated requirement of water by various sectors in Iraq, 2015
Figure 7-27: % use of water by various sectors in Kuwait
Figure 7-28: % Use of water by various sectors in Qatar
Figure 7-29: % use of water by various sectors in Oman
Figure 7-30: Total value of construction contracts awarded to GCC countries during
Figure 8-1: Porter`s Five Force Model, 2015
Figure 16-1: Arcelor Mittal revenue (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Figure 16-2: Welspun revenue (USD Millions), 2013-2015
Figure 16-3: TMK revenue (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Figure 16-4: Saudi Steel Pipe Co. revenue (USD Millions), 2013-2015
Figure 16-5: EVRAZ revenue (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Figure 16-6: Vallourec S.A. revenue (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Figure 16-7: Jindal SAW Ltd. revenue (USD Millions), 2013-2015
Figure 16-8: Al Jazeera Steel revenue (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Figure 16-9: JFE Holdings, Inc. revenue (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Figure 16-10: PSL Limited revenue (USD Millions), 2012-2014 

List of Tables:
Table 5-1: Number of upcoming pipeline projects in the world
Table 7-1: Iran- Capacity of desalination plants based on technology (Million cubic meters per year)
Table 7-2: Kuwait- Capacity of desalination plants based on technology (Million cubic meters per year)
Table 7-3: Qatar- Capacity of desalination plants based on technology (Million cubic meters per year)
Table 7-4: Oman- Capacity of desalination plants based on technology (Million cubic meters per year)
Table 7-5: Major ongoing and upcoming infrastructure projects in Saudi Arabia
Table 7-6: Major ongoing and upcoming infrastructure projects in U.A.E
Table 7-7: Major ongoing and upcoming infrastructure projects in Iran
Table 7-8: Major ongoing and upcoming infrastructure projects in Iraq
Table 7-9: Major ongoing and upcoming infrastructure projects in Kuwait
Table 7-10: Major ongoing and upcoming infrastructure projects in Qatar
Table 7-11: Investment on Real Estate highest by Qatar in 2014
Table 7-12: Major ongoing and upcoming infrastructure projects in Oman
Table 16-1: Arcelor Mittal key financials, 2013-2014
Table 16-2: Arcelor Mittal revenue by products (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-3: Arcelor Mittal revenue by country (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-4: Welspun key financials (Millions USD), 2014-2015
Table 16-5: Welspun revenue by products (USD Millions), 2013-2015
Table 16-6: TMK key financials (USD Millions), 2013-2014
Table 16-7: TMK revenue by regions (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-8: TMK revenue by products (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-9: Saudi Steel Pipe Co. key financials (USD Millions), 2013-2014
Table 16-10: EVRAZ key financials (USD Millions), 2013-2014
Table 16-11: EVRAZ revenue by regions (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-12: EVRAZ revenue by products (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-13: Vallourec S.A. key financials (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-14: Vallourec S.A-Revenue by regions (USD millions) (2013-2014)
Table 16-15: Vallourec S.A-Revenue by market (USD millions) (2013-2014)
Table 16-16: Jindal SAW Ltd. key financials (USD Millions), 2013-2015
Table 16-17: Gerab National Enterprises LLC financial summary (USD Millions)
Table 16-18: Al Jazeera Steel key financials (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-19: Al Jazeera Steel revenue by products (Metric Tonnes), 2012-2014
Table 16-20: JFE Holdings, Inc. key financials (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-21: JFE Holdings, Inc. revenue by segment (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-22: PSL Limited key financials (USD Millions), 2014
Table 16-23: PSL Limited revenue by products (USD Millions), 2012-2014
Table 16-24: Arabian Pipes Co. financial summary (USD Millions)


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