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In the News, October 16th 2015

By October 16, 2015September 7th, 2022No Comments

DW in the NewsThis week has seen references to a wide variety of DW reports in the news with Subsea Vessel, FLNG and Deepwater all featuring:

 The recently released World Subsea Vessel Operations Market Forecast 2016-2020 was featured on the Maritime Executive website:

“Mark Adeosun, author of The World Subsea Vessel Operations Market Forecast 2016-2020, says the vessel has unique versatility. While it has been built largely for the decommissioning market, it is also capable of subsea construction and Pipelay operations.” 10/10/2015


That was not the only publication to cover the World Subsea Vessel Operations Market Forecast 2016-2020:

“Mark Adeosun said, “Africa, Latin America and North America are expected to account for 47.5% of global subsea vessel expenditure between 2016 and 2020. The ‘golden triangle’ remains vital to subsea vessel demand over the forecast period.” 09/10/2015

Steve Robertson’s quotes on offshore rigs that featured in last week’s DW in the News made it into the news again this week:

“The plunge in oil prices is also slowing the construction and delivery of new rigs, said Steve Robertson, a London-based director at Douglas-Westwood, an energy consultant.” 08/10/2015

Douglas-Westwood’s World FLNG Market Forecast 2015-2021 was referenced as well this week:

“Analyst Douglas-Westwood is even more bullish, predicting that the FSRU fleet will increase from 23 to 55 by 2022, with demand concentrated in Asia and western Europe, “subject to improvement in the spot price.”” 13/10/2015


The World FLNG Market Forecast 2015-2021 was also referenced in a couple of different Offshore Magazine articles:

“That makes the overall FLNG spending $58.3 billion for the period as predicted in World FLNG Market Forecast 2015-2021.”

Offshore Magazine September 2015

Offshore Magazine also referenced the DW Monday from the 27th of July:

“According to a recent report issued by DW, the subsea sector is moving away from using multiple vendors toward selecting one provider that offers multiple services.”

There was also a reference to the World Deepwater Market Forecast 2015-2019 in the news:

“Douglas-Westwood, an energy intelligence group, earlier this year said that Africa will dominate deepwater expenditure from 2015 to 2019.” 12/10/2015 13/10/2015

DW Monday appeared on the NOF Energy website:

“Last week DW renewables delegates attended the RenewableUK Annual Conference and Exhibition. In wake of the Global Offshore Wind Conference in June, expectations were for an upbeat demonstration of what the UK could provide.” 12/10/2015


Last week’s DW Monday was featured in the news this week:

“Douglas Westwood (DW) reports that the oilfield equipment sector appears to be faring better, with average stock performance declining only 20%, compared to performance of major oilfield stocks which have suffered a 39% year-on-year drop.” 10/10/2015