The demand for Global Positive Displacement (PD) Pumps Market is anticipated to be high for the next five years. By considering this demand we provide latest Global Positive Displacement (PD) Pumps Market Report which gives complete industry analysis, market outlook, size, growth and forecast till 2025. This report will assist in analyzing the current and future business trends, sales and revenue forecasts.
Positive Displacement (PD) Pumps Market is rapidly growing due to increasing environmental awareness for the use of clean consumable water in the emerging economies. Rising industrialization in the developing nations such as China, India, Brazil, and South Africa have created a major decline in the level of consumable water and raised the groundwater contamination level. Many emerging nations are presently facing a huge scarcity in the disposable water level and ground water adulteration. The above trend is directing boosting the wastewater and sewage treatment activities across the globe, thus propelling the positive displacement pumps market size by 2025.
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Surge in wastewater treatment industry due to comprehensive regulatory controls of newly discovered contaminants require proper & timely testing and monitoring. As water scarcity remains the foremost concern and desalination technology still proves to be costly, there is a growing need for wastewater treatment to meet the demand for clean and safe water for consumption.
According to the United Nations World Water Development report, the global water usage is increasing every year and is expected to reach approximately 3.6 times of 1950 levels in 2025. The above mentioned trends will spur the product demand in coming years as these pumps are extensively used for pumping wastewater, viscous liquids, activated sludge, effluents, etc. due to its superior pressure, flow rates, and other features.
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The significant increase in oil & natural gas exploration activities after the shell oil reserves discovery will subsidize the global positive displacement market growth. According to IEA, Norway, the U.S. and Russia are producing over 190 thousand barrels of oil per day since 2017, which is anticipated to grow substantially. This will help to accomplish promising gains in positive displacement pumps market size in the near future.
Developments in the oil & gas production technology, including the horizontal drilling & hydraulic fracturing combination, have enhanced the oil production in the region and are attracting vendors to invest in this industry. In oil & gas industry, these pumps are majorly employed for several applications which include cooling loops, water supply & drainage, pipelines, heat exchangers circulation, pumping stations, hot water discharge, etc.
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The prominent players in the positive displacement (PD) pumps market, which include Schlumberger Ltd, HERMETIC-Pumpen, Pentair, Baker Hughes, Flowserve, Sulzer, IDEX Corporation, Ebara Corporation, Weir Group, Fristam Pumps, Coalfax Corporation, Altra Industrial Motion, Grundfos, AR North America, Verder, Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group, Price Pump Company, and others. Most of the key players such as Altra Industrial Motion, etc are engages in the mergers & acquisition activities in order to expand their product portfolio and global reach.
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