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In the News, 28th October 2016

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DW in the NewsA large number of reports were featured in the news this week, with DW Monday also proving popular:

Gareth Hector spoke at the Offshore Wind Conference that took place in Amsterdam and was featured in the news:

“Gareth Hector from DW tagged France, Poland and the USA as emerging markets that account for 14% in the global forecasted capacity for the period 2016-2025.” 24/10/2016

The Offshore Wind report was also featured in the news this week:

“According to Douglas Westwood, the wind business is now managing to span a number of offshore engineering projects.” 24/10/2016

DW’s World Downstream Maintenance Market Forecast 2017-2021 was in the news as well this week:

“Findings from DW’s World Downstream Maintenance Market Forecast show the outlook for downstream maintenance expenditure in North America to be particularly positive, with spend expected to reac hUS$24 billion by 2021 – US$1.3 billion higher than in 2014.” 28/10/2016 28/10/2016 28/10/2016

An article that referenced Douglas-Westwood’s World Drilling & Production Market Forecast 2016-2022 was featured on the Drilling Contractor website and will also appear in the November/December edition of their magazine:

“The firm expects that only 10,456 onshore wells will be drilled this year. “There have been massive reductions from US onshore operators,” Douglas-Westwood Analyst Matt Cook said.” 24/10/2016

Another report referenced in the news this week was the North Sea Decommissioning Market Forecast 2016-2040:

“Ben Wilby, analyst at Douglas Westwood, believes there should be enough decommissioning work to keep UK ports busy once the market gets into full swing.” 24/10/2016

An article that referenced DW’s World AUV Market Forecast 2016-2020 was featured on the E&P magazines website:

“Unlike forecasts for many sectors in the offshore industry, the outlook for the AUV market is positive. DW’s most recent edition of the “World AUV Market Forecast” suggests that prospective demand for AUVs in a range of sectors will grow over the next five years.” 28/10/2016

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

“A sustained low oil price environment is a challenging one, with ‘survival of the fittest’ being an undeniable reality of the sector.” 24/10/2016 24/10/2016 24/10/2016 24/10/2016 24/10/2016 24/10/2016 24/10/2016 24/10/2016