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In the News, 13th November 2015

By November 13, 2015 November 28th, 2019 No Comments

DW in the NewsIt has been a busy week with a number of reports, including the brand new OFE report, featuring on  a variety of different websites:

Offshore marine group Otto Marine used Douglas-Westwood charts in their November 2015 update:

OttoMarine.com  (Pg. 19)


Douglas-Westwood’s brand new World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast 2015-2019 was released this week and appeared on a number of news sites:

“Spending for oilfield equipment has fallen sharply over the past year, mostly impacting the U.S. onshore, but recovery should begin by 2017 and accelerate thereafter, according to new research by UK-based Douglas-Westwood Ltd.”

EcoFriendlyLLC.com 09/11/2015
NaturalGasIntel.com 09/11/2015
OGFJ.com 09/11/2015
EnergyGlobal.com 10/11/2015
PetroleumAfrica.com 10/11/2015


The World Floating Production Market Forecast 2015-2019 was featured on the Maritime Executive, as well as some other sites this week:

“2015 has been a weak year for floating production and storage (FPS) unit orders, with only four awarded so far this year.”

Maritime-Executive.com 08/11/2015
TradeNewsWire.net


DW’s World ROV Operations Market Forecast 2015-2019 was back in the news this week:

“Douglas-Westwood (DW) forecast the market for the operation of work-class ROVs to total $14.2 billion over the period to 2019, in the seventh edition of the World ROV Operations Market Forecast.”

MarineTechnologyNews.com 11/11/2015
MaritimeGlobalNews.com 11/11/2015
MyInforms.com 11/11/2015
Offshore-Mag.com 11/11/2015


Another report to feature in the news this week was the World LNG Market Forecast 2016-2020:

“Capital expenditure (capex) on global LNG facilities will total $241 billion between 2016 and 2020, marking an increase of 34 per cent compared to the preceding five-year period, according to a new report from Douglas-Westwood (DW).”

SinopecNews.com.cn 11/11/2015
The-Mea.co.uk 11/11/2015
TradeArabia.com 11/11/2015
BunkerPortsNews.com 12/11/2015


This week’s DW Monday was featured on a number of sites:

“History repeats itself. In January 1959 the first LNG vessel shipped out from Lake Charles, Louisiana to deliver its trial cargo to Europe. Soon, another important LNG shipment is going to leave the Gulf of Mexico.”

EnergyGlobal.com 09/11/2015
HellenicShippingNews.com 10/11/2015
NGV.ru 10/11/2015
Verslas.Lrytas.Lt 12/11/2015