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In the News, 5th August 2016

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DW in the NewsDouglas-Westwood was referenced on a large number of sites this week with a range of reports mentioned, as well as our recent webinar:

 Jason Waldie was quoted in Rigzone this week:

“Russia needs outlets for its crude production as the country attempts to maximize output. The move is necessary due to the high breakeven costs of its petroleum projects, Jason Waldie, associate director at DW, told Rigzone.” 01/08/2016

DW recently held its first webinar and it was in the news again this week:

“Some oil and gas industry participants have pointed to the recent uptick in oil prices and rig count as signs of a recovery, however, DW has predicted a turnaround is unlikely before 2018.” 29/08/2016

Steve Robertson will be the keynote speaker at the SMM event in Hampburg and a number of sites referenced that:

“The keynote speaker will be Steve Robertson, director – HQ & Research Centre at Douglas-Westwood.” 01/08/2016 01/08/2016 02/08/2016 03/08/2016 03/08/2016

The Q2 edition of Douglas-Westwood’s World Floating Production Market Forecast 2016-2020 was released recently and a number of news sites covered it:

“The Q2 edition of DW’s World Floating Production Market Report 2016-2020 forecasts that Capex for FPS units will total $58 billion (bn) over the period to 2020, Latin America will dominate spend, accounting for 35% of this Capex, mostly from Brazil.” 29/07/2016 02/08/2016 04/08/2016

Douglas-Westwood’s World Oilfield Services Market Forecast 2016-2020 was referenced on a number of sites this week:

Consultancy Douglas-Westwood has been calculating the impact on spending on global oilfield services – dropping 38% last year, and 15% this year.” 31/07/2016 01/08/2016 02/08/2016 02/08/2016 03/08/2016

Another report in the news this week was the World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast 2016-2020

“Oilfield equipment – primarily the building of rigs for onshore and offshore – is down to 32% of its level in 2014, and with few projects being given the green light recently, Douglas-Westwood foresees “a void in construction in the long term.” 31/07/2016 02/08/2016 03/08/2016

The North Sea Decommissioning Market Forecast 2016-2040 was referenced in a story about the Pioneering Spirit:

“Douglas-Westwood forecasted that Pioneering Spirit could save the industry around $12 billion if it were used to remove infrastructure in the North Sea over the next 25 years.” 01/08/2016 02/08/2016

Douglas-Westwood’s World Deepwater Market Forecast appeared in the news as well this week:

“In May analyst Douglas-Westwood adjusted its forecast for spending on deepwater projects to $137 billion between now and 2020, a dramatic 35% fall compared to its own figures from March 2015.” 01/08/2016 

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

“As battle lines were drawn during Libya’s long civil war, Libya’s National Oil Company (NOC) was split between East and West, with opposing governments in Tripoli and Torbruk competing over oil revenues.” 01/08/2016 02/08/2016 02/08/2016