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3D printing in the energy sector: Additive Manufacturing Research publishes new market analysis

The latest market analysis “Additive Manufacturing in the Energy Sector: Market Analysis & Forecast” by Additive Manufacturing Research highlights significant opportunities and potential for 3D printing in the energy sector. The report highlights the transformative role that additive manufacturing (AM) is playing in sectors such as oil & gas, nuclear and renewables.

The findings of the study are of great importance for energy suppliers, technology providers, investors and policy makers. They signal the need to take proactive measures to realize the full potential of additive manufacturing in the ever-changing energy sector. At a time marked by the transition to decarbonization and by rising geopolitical challenges, the integration of additive manufacturing is poised to transform the way oil, gas, nuclear and renewable energy companies design, develop, deploy and maintain critical assets and equipment, while driving innovation for the next generation of energy sources through advanced manufacturing technologies.

The report “Additive Manufacturing in the Energy Sector” highlights current trends, opportunities, challenges and prospects of AM technology, which has now reached the point of maturity where it enables on-demand manufacturing, reducing downtime and improving operational efficiency through advanced part design. It also addresses challenges such as material constraints, regulatory compliance and the need for industry-specific certifications and standards, which are already being addressed. Additionally, the report includes a market forecast highlighting the significant growth potential of AM in the energy sector, segmented by technology, material and application.

Companies and organizations mentioned or profiled in the report include Shell, GE Power & Renewable Energy, ExxonMobil, Baker Hughes, ConocoPhilips, Westinghouse, the American Petroleum Institute, DNV GL, Lloyd’s Register, Stratasys, 3D Systems, EOS, Desktop Metal and Markforged.

The report was written by Oliver Smith of ReThink Additive, an experienced consultant in the 3D printing industry with over ten years’ experience, including advising clients in the energy sector.

For more information on the report, including a free sample, please visit: https://additivemanufacturingresearch.com.

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