Distributed Temperature Sensing Market - Forecast(2023 - 2028)
Distributed Temperature Sensing Market Report Overview
Distributed Temperature Sensing Market size is analyzed to grow at a CAGR of 5.8% during the forecast period 2022-2027 to reach $958 million by 2027. The Distributed Temperature Sensing technique is used to measure temperature in a variety of fiber optic applications that employ optical fibers. DTS has a number of advantages, including its small size, resilience to ionizing radiation, and immunity to electromagnetic interference. These benefits have increased their use for detecting and measuring temperature in a variety of industries, including oil and gas, power and utility, and others. DTS technology usually uses a regular telecoms fiber optic connection, with specialized cables or sensing points necessary only when temperatures above 100°C. Multi-mode fibers are commonly used for shorter ranges (up to 40km) and single-mode fibers for longer ranges (40-100km). Because optical fiber cables are not impacted by electromagnetic interference, DTS systems are utilized for temperature monitoring and detecting hot spots along with power cables. DTS technology is also rapidly being employed in scientific research and ecological monitoring. These are some of the fastest emerging sectors for the application of this technology. By Scattering method, DTS Technology has Rayleigh scattering, Raman scattering, and Brillouin Scattering. Because distributed temperature sensing is a new technology, its use in water-based applications has increased in recent years. A variety of geophysical approaches and Sagnac interferometer are being developed for monitoring hydrologic activities at large scales and within the catchment. Some geophysical technologies are in high demand to quantify the fluxes between surface water and groundwater. All of these factors are expected to contribute to the increasing usage of DTS.
The report: “Distributed Temperature Sensing Industry Outlook – Forecast (2022-2027)”, by IndustryARC covers an in-depth analysis of the following segments of the Distributed Temperature Sensing industry.
By Fiber Type: Single-mode fiber, Multi-mode fiber
By Scattering Method: Rayleigh scattering, Raman scattering, and Brillouin Scattering
By Application: Oil and Gas, Power Cable Monitoring, Fire Detection, Process and Pipeline Monitoring, Environmental Monitoring, Others
By Geography: North America, South America, Europe, APAC, and RoW
- In 2021, Multi-mode fiber accounted for the largest segment in the Distributed Temperature Sensing market. The light-carrying core of multimode fibers is relatively large. These are commonly utilized in DTS applications and are available in core diameters of 50m and 62.5m.
- During the forecast period 2022-2027, APAC is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR of 8.3%. Due to the existing oil and gas production industry and increasing technical breakthroughs in developing nations like China, Japan, and South Korea, the Asia-Pacific region is the fastest-growing market for Distributed Temperature Sensing.
- The low operational costs of the Distributed Temperature Sensing industry are driving its expansion. Furthermore, Distributed Temperature Sensing systems are safe for use in hazardous zones such as those with explosive gas atmospheres and others, making such sensors appropriate for use in industrial sensing applications.
- DTS technology has become a vital part of the oil and gas and power cable monitoring industries. DTS systems aid in continuous, real-time downhole monitoring in order to maximise asset operational and economic performance. This enables reservoir engineers to better understand the injection and production dynamics and, as a result, maximise production and improve recovery, resulting in increased earnings.
Distributed Temperature Sensing Market, By Region, 2021
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Distributed Temperature Sensing Market Segment Analysis – By Fiber Type
By Fiber Type, the Distributed Temperature Sensing Market has been segmented into Single-mode fiber, Multi-mode fiber. In 2021, Multi-mode fiber accounted for the largest segment in the Distributed Temperature Sensing market. The light-carrying core of multimode fibers is relatively large. These are commonly utilized in DTS applications and are available in core diameters of 50m and 62.5m. Light rays are allowed to travel in multiple directions within the fiber. The bigger core diameter aids in the propagation of more optical power through the fiber. Because there are several modes present, the signal disperses, and so there is more power loss than with single-mode fiber, limiting the signal carrying capacity in terms of distance traveled. The core of the multi-mode fiber is big in diameter, providing numerous paths for light to flow through the fiber. It has a high nonlinearity threshold and can launch more power via the fiber. Because it has a higher temperature resolution, this fiber type is commonly employed for long-distance transmission. In March 2020, The OPTHERMOTM FTS3500 fiber-optic distributed temperature sensor system was introduced by Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. The FTS3500 inherits the FTR3000's compact housing size and interface compatibility while enhancing the sampling interval performance.
Distributed Temperature Sensing Market Segment Analysis - By Application
By Application, the Distributed Temperature Sensing Market has been segmented into Oil and Gas, Power Cable Monitoring, Fire Detection, Process and Pipeline Monitoring, Environmental Monitoring, Others. The Oil and Gas segment is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR of 7.2% during the forecast period. DTS technology has become an essential part of the oil and gas industry. The requirement to know the vertical thermal profile and real-time temperature is increasing, resulting in the widespread usage of DTS in petrochemical facilities, drilling, pipelines, floating-roof tanks/fixed-roof tanks, and other applications. DTS systems aid in continuous, real-time downhole monitoring in order to maximize asset operational and economic performance. This allows reservoir engineers to better understand the injection and production dynamics and, as a result, enhance production and improve recovery, resulting in higher revenues. The DTS market has grown quickly in recent years, and DTS measurements are now an essential aspect of the Oil & Gas industry. DTS measures are projected to become more popular as a result of their secure and dependable use even in hostile situations (HT, HP, H2S, explosion protection area). DTS measurements can be utilized in a variety of applications, including the installation of oil wells, the monitoring of pressure vessels, and the detection of leaks in gas pipelines. The development of unconventional resources, such as heavy oil, shale gas, and oil sands, has accelerated in tandem with the rise in global energy demand. For example, Yokogawa has created the DTSX200 distributed temperature sensor (DTS) to aid in the efficient recovery of unconventional resources by monitoring temperature dispersion underground, hence enhancing natural resource production efficiency.
Distributed Temperature Sensing Market Share Segment Analysis - Geography
By Geography, Distributed Temperature Sensing Market has been segmented under North America, Europe, APAC, South America, and RoW. During the forecast period, APAC is expected to grow at the fastest CAGR of 8.3%. Due to the existing oil and gas production industry and increasing technical breakthroughs in developing nations like China, Japan, and South Korea, the Asia-Pacific region is the fastest-growing market for Distributed Temperature Sensing. The rising network of power transmission cables in APAC's technologically developing countries, including China and India, is contributing to the growth of the DTS market in this area. China, India, South Korea, and Australia are among the major countries contributing to the expansion and development of the DTS market in this region. The presence of various oil and gas industries in APAC is also propelling the DTS market ahead. Furthermore, several companies in this region are investing in R&D to develop distributed temperature sensors, which could lead to breakthroughs in the oil and gas industry. For example, Yokogawa Electric Corporation's TDLS8100 probe-type tunable diode laser spectrometer is designed for high pressure and high-temperature gas concentration measurement applications and is suited for use in monitoring flowing gases. Furthermore, other firms, including India, China, and South Korea, are aggressively attempting to enhance their position by entering into several public and private collaborations to utilize distributed temperature sensing advancements for automation and other industrial applications. For example, In June 2021, NKT Photonics, opened a new office in Shenzhen to increase its presence in China. This development enhances its footprint in China and allows for further growth.
Drivers – Distributed Temperature Sensing Market
Promising Safety & reliability of Distributed Temperature Sensing systems for monitoring applications is expected to drive the market growth, The low operational costs of the worldwide Distributed Temperature Sensing industry are driving its expansion:
The low operational costs of the worldwide Distributed Temperature Sensing industry are driving its expansion. Furthermore, Distributed Temperature Sensing systems are safe for use in hazardous zones such as those with explosive gas atmospheres and others, making such sensors appropriate for use in industrial sensing applications. These factors may drive the need for Distributed Temperature Sensing systems, hence increasing the global market's growth throughout the forecast period. Furthermore, numerous market participants are employing effective methods such as technical development and product introduction to expand their global footprint. For example, ABB, a pioneering technology leader in electrification goods, announced the release of non-invasive, highly precise temperature measuring devices in 2019. This new temperature sensor combines cutting-edge technology with tried-and-true components, and it has significant applications in the oil and gas, food and beverage, and chemical industries. During the study period, the aforementioned reasons may fuel the expansion of the worldwide Distributed Temperature Sensing market.
The key role of Distributed Temperature Sensing DTS systems in hydrogeological research and increase in rules and regulations pertaining to safety standards is projected to drive market growth:
Distributed Temperature Sensing technologies are crucial in monitoring downhole temperature for hydrogeological studies at an unprecedentedly high frequency. The Distributed Temperature Sensing has been widely used in the assessment of subsurface thermal properties, site investigations of groundwater flow, and well flow. Furthermore, Distributed Temperature Sensing systems are widely utilized for heat pulse tests, thermal advection studies, and hybrid cable flow logging. The use of Distributed Temperature Sensing provides a significant advantage over discrete point temperature measurements, particularly in deep wells, as well as the potential for method development in conjunction with other hydrogeophysical research. These characteristics may result in massive investment opportunities in the worldwide market in the coming years. Government laws that promote safety, as well as an increase in industrialisation and building activity, are driving the rapid installation of Distributed Temperature Sensing systems, particularly in technologically advanced countries such as China, India, and Brazil. The DTS system delivers temperature information along the length of the cable, improving the safety of the equipment and surroundings. Various countries are heavily involved in developing strong and mandatory OSH standards and laws to assure operational safety. For example, the EU issued a directive on offshore oil and gas operations safety in June 2014, which covers the entire life cycle of all exploration and production activities, from design to final removal of an oil or gas infrastructure. As a result, rising safety standards and favourable government policies around the world have boosted the expansion of the Distributed Temperature Sensing market.
Challenges – Distributed Temperature Sensing Market
The higher starting costs associated with Distributed Temperature Sensing technologies are limiting the growth of the market:
The expense of distributed sensing
technology is one of its most severe drawbacks. If there is no requirement to
detect the temperature at multiple locations, traditional thermocouples will be
deployed at a fraction of the cost of a FO system. The higher starting costs
associated with Distributed
Temperature Sensing technologies are predicted to slow
global market growth during the forecast period. Furthermore, complexity in
fault detection and troubleshooting processes are expected to reduce demand for
Distributed Temperature Sensing systems, which may finally impede global market growth
during the analyzed period. The cost of a distributed system can be very high,
depending on the applications, the type of cable used, and the operating
conditions, and it is still out of reach for every firm that requires real-time
monitoring and sensing. DTS installation costs might account for up to 20% of
the total well cost. Furthermore, the DTS boxes and data analysis service come
at an additional expense. For example, Distributed temperature sensor costs
around 90 lakhs. Furthermore, the cost of installation and maintenance of these
systems makes their deployment problematic. As a result, the high cost of
distributed temperature sensing poses a significant barrier to market growth.
Distributed Temperature Sensing Industry Outlook
Technology launches, acquisitions, Partnerships and R&D activities are key strategies adopted by players in the Distributed Temperature Sensing market. In 2021, the market of Distributed Temperature Sensing Market share has been fragmented by several companies. Distributed Temperature Sensing top 10 companies include
- Ap Sensing GmbH
- Furukawa Electric Co., Ltd.
- GESO GmbH & Co. Projekt KG
- Lios Technology GmbH
- Omicron Electronics GmbH
- Omnisens SA
- Schlumberger Ltd.
- Sensornet Ltd.
- In February 2020, Schlumberger announced the opening of a world-class manufacturing center in King Salman Energy Park (SPARK). The center will manufacture various technologies including liner hangers and packers and valve technologies, such as GROVE valves and ORBIT rising stem ball valves, to help improve the efficiency of oil and gas operations in the Kingdom and neighboring countries.
- In February 2020, SOCAR-AQS (Azerbaijan) and Halliburton signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to form a new joint venture to provide a broad suite of oilfield products and services in Azerbaijan.
- In November 2019, NKT Photonics expanded its reach to the United States by opening a new facility in Boston. This facility not only serves as sales and support but it also accommodates an application & service laboratory and state-of-art single-frequency fiber laser production.
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