This page contains an overview of a new market study from Flow Research on the worldwide gas flowmeter market. If you are interested in the study, please contact Jesse Yoder at Flow Research by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Flow Research at 781-245-3200.
Module C: The World Market for Custody Transfer, is a component of a broader study, The World Market for Natural Gas and Gas Flow Measurement, which examines suppliers, producers, applications, industries, custody transfer, and multiphase flowmeters.
About Module C
This module focuses specifically on the market for custody transfer of natural gas, the fastest growing niche within the flowmeter market.
Much of the growth in this market has been due to growth in the use of ultrasonic flowmeters for custody transfer applications. This growth has been spurred by the publication of AGA-9 by the American Gas Association (AGA) in 1998, updated in 2007, as well as standards from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and International Organization of Legal Metrology (OIML). AGA-9 lays out criteria for buyers and sellers of natural gas to follow when using ultrasonic flowmeters for custody transfer of natural gas.
Module C contains market data on DP, turbine, and ultrasonic flowmeters for custody transfer of natural gas, compares their use, and projects the growth in these technologies through 2015.
Market data on ultrasonic, turbine, and differential pressure (DP) flowmeters used for custody transfer applications
Flowmeter growth projections through 2015
Comparison of flowmeter types in custody transfer
Strategies for selling into this market
The proposed segmentation for this study is as follows:
North America (United States and Canada)
Europe (including Central Europe and Former Soviet Union)
Middle East / Africa
Asia without Japan / China
Latin America (Mexico, Central America, and South America)
Flowmeters by Type
Differential Pressure (DP)
Custody Transfer Flowmeters by Application
Flowmeters by Sales Channel
Flowmeters by Customer Type
Strategies for Success
Discussion of market forces at work
Strategic action perspectives
Forming alliances to enhance product offerings
Average pricing data
Obstacles to growth
Reasons behind custody transfer metering success
Quantified growth rates worldwide and by region
For more comprehensive information on what this exciting new study has to offer, view the Module C Overview.
For information on the core study and other modules in the study, view the Complete Gas Flow Study Overview (Core Study plus Modules A-E).
To order this study, contact Flow Research, or fill out the order form above!