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In the News, 16th December 2016

By December 16, 2016September 7th, 2022No Comments

DW in the NewsIt has been a busy week with a large number of reports being featured on sites, including the recently released Upstream Investment Outlook and World Onshore Pipelines Market Forecast


Douglas-Westwood’s World Onshore Pipelines Market Forecast 2017-2021  was released this week and a number of sites featured articles on it:

“The World Onshore Pipelines Market Forecast 2017-2021, considers the prospects for the onshore pipelines construction business and values the future Capex and Opex markets through to 2021 by key component/segment, region, pipeline product and diameter.” 15/12/2016 15/12/2016 16/12/2016 16/12/2016 

An interview with DW analyst Matt Adams was published by E&P this week which focused on the recently released Upstream Investment Outlook:

“DW called the outlook for LNG and floating LNG prosperous, with Adams saying “it’s an effective solution to the problems of gas export between remote resource bases and construction hubs.” This was one of several areas covered in DW investment outlook.” 09/12/2016

Newspaper The Edge referenced Douglas-Westwood in an article that also appeared on a number of other sites this week:

“These findings are corroborated by DW’s latest projections that global onshore spending is expected to rise 10% year-on-year from 2016 to US$186 billion in 2020, driven by North American growth of 19%.” 15/12/2016 15/12/2016 15/12/2016 

Another report referenced in the news this week was the DW250 – Capital Cost Briefing:

“DW’s recent “Capital Cost Briefing” report analyzed 250 projects to evaluate field development costs. The outcome from this study is that since mid-2014 there has been a remarkable reduction in upstream capital cost per barrel recovered.” 14/12/2016 15/12/2016

The World Offshore Maintenance, Modifications & Operations Market Forecast 2017-2021 was also in the news this week:

“A sustained low oil price environment has led to a large number of delayed maintenance activities as operators continue to look to reduce costs wherever possible.” 13/12/2016 13/12/2016
NewsDog.Today 15/12/2016 15/12/2016 16/12/2016

DW’s World FLNG Market Forecast 2017-2022 was another report that was referenced in the news:

“The CAPEX for FSRUs, FLNG production units and floating import units (FSUs) is expected to reach $41.6 billion between 2016 and 2022, compared to $11.4 billion during 2011-2015, according to Douglas-Westwood’s World FLNG Market Forecast.” 14/12/2016

An article on Offshore Magazine referenced a DW Monday dated the 7th of November, as well as the latest edition of the World Oilfield Services Market Forecast:

“The GE Oil & Gas/Baker Hughes merger “is of a different nature” said Marina Ivanova of DW. This merger, she said, “will create a fullstream offering, encompassing the entire lifecycle from exploration to downstream and power generation.” 15/12/2016

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

“The recent announcement that a permit will not be granted for the Dakota Access Pipeline to drill under the Missouri river, following strong opposition on environmental grounds, is a clear example of the challenges facing the onshore pipeline industry.” 12/12/2016 12/12/2016 12/12/2016