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In the News 9th December 2016

By December 9, 2016 November 28th, 2019 No Comments

DW in the NewsA number of reports have been in the news this week including the World AUV Market Forecast:

Jason Waldie was quoted in an article after his recent appearance at OSEA2016:

“Jason Waldie, Associate Director, Douglas-Westwood said, “Although we see global oversupply to sustain until the end of the decade, there are signs that it may begin to subside. The question is how quickly?”

YourSubseaNews.com  05/12/2016


The World AUV Market Forecast 2016-2020 was referenced by Kraken Sonar in a recent press release:

“Douglas-Westwood’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. AUV demand is expected to grow nearly 50% over the next four years.”

CantechLetter.com 07/12/2016
EINNews.com 07/12/2016
Finance.Yahoo.com 07/12/2016
KrakenSonar.com 07/12/2016
MarketWired.com 07/12/2016
StockWatch.com 07/12/2016
StockHouse.com 08/12/2016


The World FLNG Market Forecast 2017-2022 was also referenced in the news this week:

“Industry analysts Douglas-Westwood (DW) forecast a significant increase in global CAPEX spent on FLNG facilities between 2016 and 2022 – from US$11.4 billion between 2011 and 2015 to US$41.6 billion between 2016 and 2022.”

LNGIndustry.com 06/12/2016


The recent DW press release that focused on the outcome of the US election was featured in the news this week:

“The result is undoubtedly a blow for the renewable energy industry,” said Matt Loffman, an analyst at energy consultant DW. “The historic election result is perhaps welcome news for a hydrocarbon industry that has been on the ropes for over two years.”

MinnLawyer.com


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

“Many in the world of energy are looking to the OPEC cuts for price stability to gain confidence in future investment. In NA, a large group of operators do not have the time or money to focus on global supply cuts or temporary oil price improvements.”

BunkerPortsWorldwide.com 06/12/2016
NaturalGasIntel.com 06/12/2016
OffshorePost.com 06/12/2016