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Oil & Gas Infrastructure Security Market Forecast 2014-2024

LONDON, April 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Prospects for Security Personnel and Cyber, Maritime & Perimeter Security Companies 

The oil and gas infrastructure security market will experience steady growth over the next 10 years.  The unconventional oil and gas boom, the expansion of the LNG infrastructure supply chain, continued offshore developments and the emergence of the digital oilfield are all prime factors for new security solution spending.  Visiongain has assessed that global expenditure on oil and gas infrastructure security provisions will reach $36.9bn in 2014.

There are myriad factors affecting the security environment in which oil and gas assets are developed and transited.  Current oil and gas infrastructure, future expansion plans, the present and evolving security situation and the perception of those responsible for infrastructure security all shape current and future spending. Threat perception is particularly important for the IT asset security market; this is because many mid- and small-cap oil and gas companies continue to be unaware of the vulnerabilities inherent in the automation and control systems they are beginning to use on a daily basis.

Instability in some market spaces is currently on the increase - Nigeria, Libya, Iraq, Yemen - to name but a few examples, and this is increasing the security spend on onshore infrastructure security personnel. The involvement of homeland security or military assets in the protection of oil and gas assets further drives up spending.

Lastly, the importance of oil and gas revenue - as a percentage of government revenue, and therefore power - creates a situation where the hydrocarbon assets are strategic targets for dissidents. This consistently leads to a very significant focus on the security of oil and gas infrastructure at a level far above that of territories in which oil and gas is less correlated with the government's power.

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-    Covisint
-    Cimation
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-     Onshore Security Personnel Forecast 2014-2024
-     Perimeter Security, Access Control and Electronic Surveillance Forecast 2014-2024
-     Maritime Security Submarket Forecast 2014-2024 (includes expenditure on security personnel, equipment, security apparatus and assets, access control and surveillance for securing oil and gas assets in the offshore environment).
-     Cyber Security Submarket Forecast 2014-2024
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-    Algeria
-    Canada
-    China
-    Colombia
-    Indonesia
-    Iran
-    Iraq
-    Mexico
-    Nigeria
-    Qatar
-    Russia
-    Saudi Arabia
-    Turkey
-    UAE
-    US
-    Yemen
-    The Rest of the World, which includes market prospects for:
-    Australia
-    Brazil
-    Egypt
-    India
-    Libya
-    Kazakhstan
-    Pakistan
•    Four national markets provide further detail with submarket breakdowns, wherein expenditure is quantified and forecast in each of the four submarkets.  This is revealed for the leading national markets of:
-    Canada
-    China
-    Mexico
-    US
-    And a breakout of the expenditure explicitly on onshore security personnel in Nigeria.
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-    The importance of oil and gas infrastructure security to each leading national market.
-    Trends in the oil and gas industry of importance to spending on infrastructure security.
-    Upcoming oil and gas infrastructure investment and the linkage with increased security solution spending.
-    The evolution of the digital oilfield and its impact on oil and gas infrastructure expenditure.
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-    Advanced Perimeter Systems Limited (APS)
-    Aegis Defence Services Limited
-    Airbus Defence and Space, (Formerly Cassidian)
-    Andrews International
-    Axis Communications AB
-    BAE Systems
-    Cimation
-    Control Risks
-    Covisint
-    Elbit Systems
-    Finmeccanica
-    G4S
-    GardaWorld
-    General Dynamics
-    Honeywell International
-    IndigoVision Group
-    Industrial Defender
-    Kaspersky Lab
-    Kratos Defence and Security Solutions
-    Lockheed Martin Corporation
-    Magal S3
-    Maritime & Underwater Security Consultants (MUSC)
-    McAfee
-    NetWitness Corporation
-    Northrop Grumman
-    Olive Group
-    QinetiQ
-    Raytheon
-    RSA
-    Symantec Corporation
-    Synectics
-    Thales Group
-    Triple Canopy
-    Waterfall Security Solutions

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Companies Listed in this report: 

ABB Ltd.
Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Company
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC)
Accenture
Accudata Systems
ADI-Gardiner Ltd
ADT Fire & Security
ADT Security
Advanced Perimeter Systems Limited (APS)
Aegis Defence Services Limited
Agent Vi
AgustaWestland
Airbus Defence and Space
Akamai Technologies
Akera
AlliedSignal Aerospace Service Corporation
Amber Engineering, Inc.
Anadarko
Andrews International
Apache
Apache
Applied Visions, Inc.,
ATG Access
ATI Systems
Austrel
Axis Communications AB
Axxonsoft
BAE Systems
Barca LNG
Barco
Battelle
BBN Technologies
BBN Technologies
BC LNG Export Cooperative LLC
Beech Aircraft Leasing, Inc.
Bell Canada
BG Group
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited
Black Hat
Boeing Defense
Booz Allen Hamilton
Bosch Group
BP
Britannia-U
Broughton High Security
Byres Security
Cairn India
Canadian Energy Research Institute
Cassidian
CE FLNG
Cheniere
Chevron
China National Offshore Oil Corporation's (CNOOC)
China Shipbuilding Industry Company (CSIC)
China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation
Chuba Electric Power
Chubb Systems
Cimation
CNPC
Computer Sciences Corporation
ConocoPhillips
Control Risks
Covisint
CSC
Cyber Squad
Daesung
Def-Logix
Dell
Denim Group
Detection Systems
Detica Limited
Digital Fusion, Inc
Dominion
D-Tec
DVTel
Dyncorp International
EADS
Ecopetrol
Elbit Security Systems (ELSEC)
Elbit Systems
Elsag Datamat
EMC Corporation
EMS Aviation, Inc.
Enbridge
Encana
EnerNex
ENI
Enterprise Products
EOS LNG
ERAPSCO
ESY Export Company, Inc.
Excelerate Liquefaction
Executive Outcomes
Exida Canada
Exmesh Security
Extreme CCTV
ExxonMobil
Finmeccanica
Firetide
FLIR Systems
Forbes
Foxguard Solutions
Freeport LNG Development
Fujitsu Ltd.
FutureSentry
G4S
GardaWorld
Gas Authority of India (GAIL)
Gasfin Development
Gazprom
GDF Suez
General Dynamics
Genetec
Georgia Tech Applied Research
Geutebruck
GKN
Glencore
Global West Vessel Specialist Nigeria (GWVSNL)
Goldman Sachs
Gratte Brothers Security Management
Grimes Aerospace Company
Gulf Coast LNG Export
Gulf LNG Liquefaction
Hardstaff Traffic Barriers Limited
HAURI, Inc
Haverkamp GmbH
Haverstick Consulting
HC Security Solutions
Helicentre Aviation
Henan Provincial Coal Seam Gas Development and Utilization Co.
Hess Corporation
HID Global
Hikvision Digital Technology Co. Ltd.
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited
Honeywell International
HRL Laboratories, LLC
HRL Research Analytics, Inc.
Hughes Training Italia Srl
Huntington Ingalls
IBM Corporation
IBM Research
ICF International
ICx Technologies
IndigoVision Group plc
Industrial Defender
Infinion Technologies AG
Infinova
Inpex
Intel
Inter State Gas Systems of Pakistan
International Electronics Systems, Inc.+
Intransa
Invensys
IPIC (International Petroleum Investment Company)
IPKeys
IQinVision
ITT Advanced Engineering Sciences Division
J & S Franklin
Jacksons Security
Japex
JMA Associates
Jordan Cove
Kaspersky Labs
Kentz Corporation Ltd
Kentz Engineering and Construction Group
Kestrel Technology, LLC
Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS)
KPMG
Kratos Defense & Security Solutions Inc
Kroll Security
Kuwait Foreign Petroleum Exploration Company (KUFPEC)
Larsen & Toubro (L&T)
Leidos
Lloyds of London
Lockheed Martin Aerospace Systems Integration Corporation
Lockheed Martin Australia Pty Limited
Lockheed Martin Canada Inc
Lockheed Martin Corporation
Lockheed Martin Desktop Solutions, Inc.
Lockheed Martin Engine Investments, LLC
Lockheed Martin Integrated Technology, LLC…
Lockheed Martin Operations Support, Inc.
Lookingglass Cyber Solutions
Lukoil
LXE LLC
Magal S3
Magnolia LNG
Mainline Information Systems
ManTech International Corporation
Marathon
Maritime & Underwater Security Consultants (MUSC)
McAfee
Meridian Rapid Defense Group
Merit Network, Inc
Mitsubishi Corporation
Mul-T-Lock Technologies Limited
National Geographic
Neste Oil
NetWitness Corporation
News Corporation
Nexen
Nexight Group
NIOC - National Iranian Oil Company
NISC
Northrop Grumman
Northrop Grumman Information Systems
Novar ED&S Limited
Occidental
Olive Group
OMV
OptaSense
Optex
Oracle
Oregon LNG
Origin Energy
Osaka Gas
Page Europa
Pangea LNG
PAS
PEMEX
Perimeter Security Suppliers Association
Pertamina
Petrobras
PetroCeltic
PetroChina
Petronas
PetroSA
PetroVietnam
PetroVietnam
Philips Communications and Security Inc
PhishMe
Phoenix Energy Holdings Ltd.
Pieridae Energy Canada Ltd.
Pontecelli
PRC China Shipbuilding Trading Company
Progress Energy  Canada Ltd
PTTEP
PureTech Systems
Qatar Petroleum
QinetiQ
Quadrant Security Group
Quantum Secure
Queensland Gas Company Ltd
Radionics, Inc.
RandomStorm
RAPID, LLC
RasGas
Raytag Ltd.
Raytec
Raytheon
RCM Solutions
Regency IT
Reliance High-Tech Limited
Repsol
Rosneft
RSA (Ron Rivest, Adi Shamar and Len Adleman)
Sabine Pass Liquefaction
SAIC, Inc. (Leidos)
Santos
SAP
Sasol
Saudi Aramco
Schlumberger
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
Science Applications International Corp.
Secure Site Solutions
Secure Tech
Secure-NOK AS
Seicos Aztec Technologies
SELEX Communications
SELEX Galileo
SELEX Service Management
SELEX Sistemi Integrati
Sempra
Senstar Corporation
Shell
Shenergy Group
Siemens
SightLogix
Sinopec
Skype
Solana Networks
Sonatrach
Sonegal
Southern LNG Company
Southern Union
Southwest Microwave, Inc.
Spectra Energy
Sperian Protection Europe SAS
SpotterRF
SPSE (Société du Pipeline Sud Européen)
Statoil
SU53
Sun Surveillance
Symantec
SynApps Solutions
Synectics
SYS Technologies
TagMaster
Takreer
Technica Corporation
Telstra
Telvent Canada
Thales
The Electric Power Research Institute
The Grid Protection Alliance
The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
Toho Gas
Tokyo Gas
Total
Transcanada
Transneft
Triple Canopy
TT Government Solutions
Turkmengaz
TZ Limited
UOP LLC
URS
UXC Connect
Venture Global
Viasat
Waller LNG Services
Waterfall Security Solutions
Wescam
Westminster Group Plc
Will Electronics
Wood Group
WT Parker
Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Co
Xodus
Yangkou Port Co. Ltd.
YPF
ZADCO (Zakum Development Company)
Zaun LimitedZenitel

Other Organisations Mentioned in This Report

Abhinav Bharat
Algerian Defence Ministry
Algerian Interior Ministry
Algerian Navy
Al-Qaeda
Anonymous
AQIM - Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb
Australian Border Protection Command's Australian Maritime Identification System
Boko Haram
Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre
Centre for Response to National Cyber Threats (Turkey)
Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
CFE (Mexico)
Chatham House
China's Ministry of Land and Resources (China)
Chinese Coast Guard
Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA)
Cutting Sword of Justice
Dartmouth College
Dubai Civil Aviation Authority
East Turkistan Islamic Movement (ETIM)
EIA
ICC International Maritime Bureau (IMB)
IEA
IMF (International Monetary Fund)
Indonesian Navy
Institute for the Analysis of Global Security (IAGS)
Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU)
Jema'ah Islamiyah
King's College London
Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG)
MAHER Center of Iranian National Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT)
Maritime Safety Administration (China)
Marxist-Leninist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC)
MEND - Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta
Ministry of Internal Affairs (Russia)
Ministry of Water Resources (China)
MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Movement for the Survival of the Ogoni People (MOSOP)
Muwahiidun ar-Rusi
National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) (China)
National Energy Administration (NEA) (China)
National Liberation Army (ELN)
Niger Delta People's Volunteer Force
Niger Delta Vigilante (NDV)
NSA - National Security Agency
Office of the Program Manager-Facilities Security Force (OPM-FSF) (Saudi Arabia)
Oil Ministry of Iran
OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries)
OPF - Iraq's Oil Protection Force
PLA (People's Liberation Army)
Popular Revolutionary Army (EPR)
Revenue Watch Institute
Royal Marines
Royal Navy
SEC - Security and Exchange Commission
Strategic Pipeline Protection Department (SPPD) (Georgia)
Syrian Electronic Army
The Communication and Information Ministry (Indonesia)
The Malacca Straits Patrol
The National Computer Network Emergency Response Coordination Centre of China
The Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)
Transparency International
Tufts University
UK Maritime Special Forces (SBS)
United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA)
United Nations Security Council
US Air Force Network Operations
US Army
US Battlefield Information Collection
US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT)
US Department of Commerce
US Department of Defense
US Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
US Department of Justice
World Bank
World Food Programme

To see a report overview please email Sara Peerun on [email protected]


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