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In the News, 18th March 2016

By March 23, 2016 November 28th, 2019 No Comments

DW in the NewsA number of reports have been featured in the news this week, while DW Monday was featured on a range of websites:

An article by Katy Smith was featured on the Oil&Gas Journal:

“Iran’s O&G sector has been impacted by sanctions in recent years. The signing of the JCPOA in July 2015, the subsequent lifting of the sanctions represents a significant step forward in terms of normalizing the country’s relations with the global community.”

OGFJ.com 16/03/2016


A press release by Keppel that was released last week and referenced DW appeared in the news again this week:

“Douglas-Westwood forecasts that growth in the offshore accommodation market for units supporting operational activities will be sustained at 3% CAGR from 2015 to 2020.”

MaritimeExecutive.com 11/03/2016
Ship.gr 11/03/2016
StraitsTimes.com 12/03/2016
HKRichie.com 14/03/2016
OilandGasPeople.com 14/03/2016
ShipsandPorts.com 14/03/2016


The update to DW’s World Drilling & Production Market Forecast was released late this week but has already begun to feature in the news:

“DW’s deepwater drilling forecast for 2016-2021 is 44% lower – production is now anticipated to peak at 2.8 mmboe/d in 2019 before declining to 2.5 mmboe/d by 2021. Many of these slippages have been high-profile developments for their respective operators.”

MaritimeGlobalNews.com 17/03/2016
WorldEnergyNews.com 17/03/2016


Douglas-Westwood’s World Deepwater Market Forecast 2016-2020 which featured heavily in the news last week continued to generate interest:

“DW is forecasting that deepwater expenditure will total US$137 billion between 2016 and 2020, a 35 per cent decline compared to its previous deepwater forecast covering the 2015-2019 period. In the long run however, deepwater projects will remain cost-competitive.”

SeamanBook.com 10/03/2016
SubseaWorldNews.com 10/03/2016
SubseaIntel.com 11/03/2016
OSJOnline.com 14/03/2016


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

“In recent years, fishing communities in North West Europe have reaped numerous benefits from the rise of offshore wind – fishing vessels and their crews have been regularly employed for the transfer of technicians and equipment to wind farms off the coast.”

EnergyVoice.com 14/03/2016
MarineScienceandTechnology.com 14/03/2016
MaritimeProfessional.com 14/03/2016
OffshoreSource.com 14/03/2016
OWJOnline.com 14/03/2016
OffshoreWind.biz 14/03/2016
HeliHub.com 15/03/2016
PRSync.com 17/03/2016