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In the News, 24th March 2016

By March 24, 2016September 7th, 2022No Comments

DW in the NewsThere have been a variety of DW stories in the news this week with references to a range of report including the Offshore Wind and Iran Oil & Gas market forecasts:

Jason Waldie was quoted in an article about Asia shipyards:

“The financial performance of these yards will be “hurting for a while,” Jason Waldie, associate director at Douglas-Westwood, told Rigzone. The Petrobras probe may take a few years to resolve.” 18/03/2016

A recent press release about deepwater drilling offshore West Africa garnered a lot of attention, including from Upstream:

“Douglas-Westwood (DW) has revised its outlook considerably for West Africa’s deepwater prospects by 44% amid project delays and cancellations.” 18/03/2016 18/03/2016 18/03/2016 19/03/2016 21/03/2016 21/03/2016 23/03/2016

Another recent press release, this time referencing DW’s World Offshore Wind Market Forecast 2016-2025 was in the news this week:

“Capacity additions will grow significantly post-2016, peaking at 9.2 GW in 2022, says DW. Both the UK and Germany will install over 10 GW each by 2025, resulting in a hive of offshore wind activity in North Sea.” 23/03/2016 24/03/2016 24/03/2016 24/03/2016

Douglas-Westwood’s Iran Oil & Gas Market Forecast 2016-2020 was also featured in the news this week:

“The new edition of DW’s Iran Oil & Gas Market Forecast, covering a period of 2016-2020, provides updated analysis of Iran’s oil & gas sector, including D&P, OFS, onshore and offshore rig demand, fixed platforms, onshore pipelines and downstream facilities.” 24/03/2016 24/03/2016

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

“This change will require rapid growth in non-fossil energy sources such as renewables and nuclear. Integrating renewable energy into the energy mix is still at an early stage.” 21/03/2016 21/03/2016 21/03/2016 23/03/2016 23/03/2016 23/03/2016