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In the News, 4th November 2016

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DW in the NewsA number of reports were features in the news this week including the latest edition of the World Oilfield Services Market Forecast:

 

A number of sites referenced the World Oilfield Services Market Forecast 2016-2020 this week:

“Douglas-Westwood’s (DW) Q3 2016 World Oilfield Services (OFS) Market Forecast predicts a renaissance in onshore spend through the remainder of the decade, with global expenditure increasing 10% year-on-year, reaching $187 billion in 2020.”

Energy-Pedia.com 01/11/2016
HeraldScotland.com 01/11/2016
OilandGasEurasia.com 01/11/2016
PublicNow.com 01/11/2016
UpstreamOnline.com 01/11/2016
WN.com 01/11/2016
OilfieldTechnology.com 02/11/2016
OilNewsKenya.com 02/11/2016
Rigzone.com 02/11/2016
TexasGlobalSystems.com 02/11/2016
OilSNS.com 04/11/2016


An article appeared on Energy Voice which referenced the World Drilling & Production Market Forecast 2016-2022:

“Douglas-Westwood has disagreed with an OGA prediction that UKCS exploration and appraisal (E&A) work would recover to the point that about 50 wells would be drilled annually by 2021.”

EnergyVoice.com 31/10/2016
PressReader.com (The Press and Journal) 31/10/2016


Another article appeared on Energy Voice this week, which also featured an interview with DW analyst Matt Cook:

“An analyst at Douglas-Westwood has predicted that fracking will not turn into a thriving industry in the UK. Matt Cook said shale was too “small and niche” in the UK due to a lack of big plays requiring serious investment.”

EnergyVoice.com 31/10/2016
PressandJournal.com 31/10/2016


The recent Offshore Wind Market Briefing was another report to feature in the news this week:

“A recent forecast from analyst Douglas-Westwood suggests the global offshore wind industry will see capital expenditure of over €286bn between 2017-2025, led by Europe, which will make up some 65% of the total spend.”

RechargeNews.com 31/10/2016


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

“For the energy industry, the politicisation of critical infrastructure decisions is nothing new. For decades energy investors’ calls for long term planning have been at odds with the oft short term horizons of political decision making.”

OffshorePost.com 31/10/2016
OilFieldTechnology.com 31/10/2016
OilVoice.com 31/10/2016
HellenicShippingNews.com 01/11/2016