Additive Manufacturing in Energy Production

Additive Manufacturing in Energy Production

The energy and natural resources industries have not been at the forefront of additive manufacturing (AM), but they have been widely testing and experimenting with components. Here, we present a comprehensive overview of use cases of AM across a wide range of sectors and the impact on the supply chain.

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Additive Manufacturing in Energy Production

Additive manufacturing has come more slowly to energy production & natural resources, which are sometimes known for their conservative adoption of new technologies. Among these industries, oil and gas companies are relative leaders in their use of additive manufacturing techniques, particularly for the on-site creation of parts in remote locations.

While the market remains small today, the isolation of many energy generation facilities and resource extraction operations provide a strong incentive to shorten the supply chain for components. Additionally, as the use of composite parts continues to grow, the ability of AM to build these complex parts adds to its attractiveness. However, the adoption of additive manufacturing in energy production and natural resources will likely continue to lag behind that of areas like aerospace & defense and high tech over the next decade.

Sectors covered in this white paper:

  • Wind Industry
  • Solar Industry
  • Oil & Gas Industry
  • Nuclear Industry
  • Water Treatment
  • Gas Turbines
  • Power Plants

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