Global Electric Submersible Pump Market to Gross $ 17 Bn by 2025

January 24, 2020


According to a recent study titled ‘Electric Submersible Pump Market By Industry (Oil & Gas {Onshore, Offshore}, Sewage & Wastewater, Agriculture, Building Services), By Well (Borewell {Sewage & Wastewater, Agriculture, Building Services}, Open well {Sewage & Wastewater, Agriculture, Building Services}), By Operation (Single Stage, Multistage), Industry Analysis Report, Regional Outlook (U.S., Canada, Mexico, Russia, Norway, UK, Denmark, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, France, China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Australia, South Korea, Singapore, New Zealand, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Turkey, Kuwait, UAE, Angola, Nigeria, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Chile), Application Potential, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2019 - 2025’, available with Market Study Report LLC, the electric submersible pump market is anticipated to exceed USD 17 billion by 2025.


Rapid infrastructural development across emerging economies and a burgeoning rise in population would drive the demand for electric submersible pumps (ESP). Factors like mounting concerns over depleting water resources, aging infrastructure and growing demand for reliable water supply have stimulated ESP industry expansion. The product is essentially used in high-rise buildings and municipal facilities to ensure efficient water supply and distribution.
 

As per regional share, Europe ESP market is projected to endow considerable gains over the years to come. According to the study, the Europe market is projected to grow at rate of over 5% by 2025. Rising number of mature wells across the region along with constant innovation in product landscape might expedite the demand for electric submersible pumps. Increasing maturity of oilfields across Romania and Russia may further drive new proceeds in Europe ESP market.
 

Burgeoning demand for water across the agricultural sector coupled with expanding government investments geared towards offering effective irrigation solutions could propel ESP systems adoption. These units are being deployed on a large scale across agricultural projects and drip irrigation activities to enable efficient water use. Rise in crop production owing to effective distribution of water and reduced dependency on rainfall could expedite ESP system sales.
 

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Rising concerns over water scarcity along with severe shortage of drinking and sanitary water is expected to proliferate the growth of borewell ESP market. Accentuating requirement for municipal sewage & drainage facilities in accordance with rising installation of industrial & commercial water management systems may improve ESP business outlook.


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Rapid infrastructural advancements across developing countries coupled with surge in population could drive electric submersible pump (ESP) market size. Factors like mounting concerns over depleting water resources, ageing infrastructure and growing demand for reliable water supply could boost product penetration. Profound application across high-rise buildings and municipal facilities could ensure efficient water supply and distribution.
Rising concerns over water scarcity along with lack of available drinking and sanitary water is expected to proliferate borewell ESP market growth. Increasing requirements for municipal sewage & drainage facilities in accordance with rising adoption of industrial & commercial water management systems is aiding segment growth.
Presence of mature wells across Europe along with constant innovation in technology landscape is expediting the demand for ESP systems. Large number of oilfields across Romania and Russia have reached maturity, necessitating the need for effective ESP units. The study cites that Europe ESP market could endow considerable gains over the years, with predicted growth rate going over 5% by 2025.
Burgeoning advancements in the agricultural sector coupled with expanding government investments geared towards offering effective irrigation solutions could propel the need for ESP systems. These units are being deployed in massive-scale across numerous agricultural operations. Rise in production of crops on account of reduced dependency on rainfall and effective water distribution could have influenced local farmers to opt for ESP systems.