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In the News, 18th December 2015

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This edition has two weeks’ worth of news, with the announcement that Douglas-Westwood will be joining the ESIA group dominating the news:

Douglas-Westwood united with Hannon Westwood as part of the ESIA group of companies this week  and this has been referenced on a wide range of sites:

“The addition of the consulting and analytical services from Douglas-Westwood extends ESIA’s reach into the oilfield services market, the release said.”

A-DCenter.com 07/12/2015
AberdeenBusinessNews.com 07/12/2015
EnergyGlobal.com 07/12/2015
EnergyKkeyFacts.com 07/12/2015
EnergyVoice.com 07/12/2015
EPMAg.com 07/12/2015
EvaluateEnergy.com 07/12/2015
LNGJournal.com 07/12/2015
MakingWavesMarketing.com 07/12/2015
MrWeb.com 07/12/2015
MyInforms.com 07/12/2015
NOFEnergy.com 07/12/2015
OffshoreEnergyToday.com 07/12/2015
OGFJ.com 07/12/2015
OilandGasInternational.com 07/12/2015
OilandGasInvestor.com 07/12/2015
OilPro.com 07/12/2015
OilVoice.com 07/12/2015
PennEnergy.com 07/12/2015
ScandOil.com 08/12/2015
Splash247.com 07/12/2015
UGCenter.com 07/12/2015
UpstreamOnline.com 07/12/2015
WorldOil.com 07/12/2015
AfricaIntelligience.com 08/12/2015
InfoMarine.net 018/12/2015
The Press and Journal Aberdeen 08/12/2015
The Press and Journal inverness 08/12/2015
MNA.im 09/12/2015
DIgitalEnergyJournal.com 11/12/2015


Mike Haney was quoted on the Offshore Engineer this week after speaking at an event recently:

“Mike Haney, director of Douglas-Westwood’s Houston office, reminded the crowd that higher oil prices came with increased project costs, eating into profits. Haney notes that spending soared 237% in a 13-year period.”

ORDigital.com 09/12/2015


An article by Steve Robertson was featured on the Energy Voice website:

“On Friday, OPEC concluded its 168th Meeting of the Oil Production and Exporting Countries Conference, with members agreeing to effectively abandon the 30 million barrel per day (mmbbl/d) production limit which has been in place since 2011.”

EnergyVoice.com 08/12/2015


This week saw the release of Douglas-Westwood’s new Iran Oil & Gas Market Forecast 2015-2019 and it appeared on a number of sites:

“DW’s new Iran Oil & Gas Market Forecast provides detailed analysis of key markets within Iran’s oil & gas sector, including historical and forecast drilling and production, oilfield services expenditure, and onshore and offshore rig demand.”

OGFJ.com 07/12/2015
FinancialInsider.news 08/12/2015
Offshore-Mag.com 08/12/2015
PennEnergy.com 08/12/2015
Vinkoert.nl 08/12/2015
SlideShare.net 15/12/2015
SNMEvents.com 15/12/2015


An article by Mark Adeosun that focused on Australasian Subsea Vessels using the World Subsea Vessel Operations Market Forecast was featured on the Oil & Gas Australia website this week:

“Historically, Australasia has mostly been a shallow water region. However, over the forecast period, the region will see an increased focus on deepwater basins, particularly off the coast of Western Australia.”

Energy-Pubs.com


Both the World Subsea Vessel Operations Market Forecast and the World ROV Operations Market Forecast were featured on the Offshore Magazine as well as in the December print edition:

“Douglas-Westwood (DW) has offered new insights into the subsea oil and gas market with two new reports focusing on the global subsea vessel operations market and the global ROV operations market, respectively.”

Offshore-Mag.com 08/12/2015


The recent release of the World Oilfield Services Market Forecast 2015-2019 was featured on the Offshore Engineer website:

“Energy analysts Douglas-Westwood say the oilfield services market has seen a 39% drop in capex in the last year, with North American expenditure falling the hardest, at 55%.”

OEDigital.com 18/12/2015


The World Floating Production Market Forecast was also featured on in Offshore Magazine and on their website this week:

“Douglas-Westwood’s quarterly version of the World Floating Production Market Forecast 2015-2019 report states that between 2015 and 2019 $68 billion will be spent on FPS units – an increase of 49% compared to 2010-2014.”

OffshoreMag.com 08/12/2015


A recent press release on the World Offshore Wind Market Forecast was featured in the news this week:

“Cumulative offshore wind capacity is forecast to reach 57GW. These are amongst the findings of the new sixth edition of the Douglas-Westwood World Offshore Wind Market Forecast which provides a ten year view of the sector through to 2024.”

Energias-Renovables.com 16/12/2015
RechargeNews.com 16/12/2015
RenewableEnergyMagazine.com 16/12/2015


An interview in World Maritime News with Nick Brown of Lloyds Register referenced Douglas-Westwood’s recent LNG Market Forecast:

“The Australasian LNG construction boom is coming to an end, according to a Douglas-Westwood forecast, which says that global spending on LNG carriers is set to decrease as well.”

WorldMaritimeNews.com 08/12/2015

Mark Adeosun was quoted on the Interfax Energy website in an article related to the LNG Market Forecast:

“Shipping activity is accelerating, but it is doing so on the back of supply factors, not demand, which could leave some sellers finding it difficult to turn a profit.”

InterfaxEnergy.com


This week’s DW Monday, which focused on DW appearance at Prospex as part of the ESIA Group:

“Following the announcement of DW joining the ESIA Group on 7th December, DW were delighted to be able to exhibit with our new colleagues at PROSPEX 2015 in London on 9th and 10th December.”

EnergyGlobal.com 14/12/2015
Noodls.com 14/12/2015
OilVoice.com 14/12/215
WN.com 14/12/2015
FinancialInsider.news 15/12/2015
WildWellEnt.com 16/12/2015


Last  week’s DW Monday focused on the offshore wind sector and was covered on a number of sites:

“In addition to O&G companies moving into the OW supply chain, a number of start-ups are entering the OW sector. This has been evident to DW, who have recently provided bespoke consulting for new companies looking to take advantage of this growing sector.”

MarineTechnologyNews.com 07/12/2015
NOFEnergy.com 07/12/2015
OffshoreWindBiz.com 07/12/2015
OSJonline.com 07/12/2015
OSJOnline.com 08/12/2015