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In the News, July 3rd 2015

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DW in the NewsThis week saw a number of industry magazines reference DW, as well as a DW Monday that appeared on a large number of sites:


A speech by Mike Haney at this year’s OTC was referenced in the editor’s note of Asian Oil & Gas magazine:

“In a meeting organized by OTC and the US Department of Commerce, Michael Haney, director of Douglas-Westwood said exploration and production activities are expected to grow from moderate to high in China.”

Asian Oil & gas Magazine


Underwater Technology 3 published an article by Katherine Dunn:

“Just as the legacy of the 1980s-90s created a shortage of experienced workers – contributing to rising costs, execution challenges and safety concerns – the numbers of lost personnel both current and future, threatens the long-term capacity of the industry.”

UT3 June July 2015

UT3 also had an article on the World Subsea Hardware Market Forecast 2015-2019:

“DW forecasts global subsea hardware Capex will total $145billion between 2015 and 2019. This represents growth of more than 27% compared with the preceding five-year period.”

UT3 June July 2015

An article about the World Offshore Wind Market Forecast 2015-2024 appeared on Maritime Executive this week:

“Further standardization and collaboration needs to occur, says Celia Hayes, a Researcher at DW and co-author of the recently released World Offshore Wind Market Forecast which provides a ten-year view of the sector through to 2024.” 01/07/2015 

Douglas-Westwood’s World Oilfield Services Market Forecast 2015-2019 was also featured in the news this week:

Douglas-Westwood, which covers 20 OFS operators, is estimating a 34% decline in total U.S. spending this year; ‘On a basin-by-basin level, the Barnett and the Bakken will be hit hardest,’ said Houston-based analyst Jacob Halevy in a recent report.”

NGI’s Shale Daily 26/06/2015

This week’s DW Monday appeared on a number of websites:

“Between 2009 and 2014, refining margins rarely exceeded $5/bbl in Europe and $8/bbl in Asia, whilst the US was the only safe-haven, averaging $15/bbl, according to the DW Monday report from consultancy Douglas-Westwood.” 29/06/2015 29/06/2015 29/06/2015 30/06/2015 30/06/2015 30/06/2015 30/06/2015 01/07/2015 01/07/2015 01/07/2015 02/07/2015

Last week’s DW Monday also appeared in the news this week:

“DW stressed that although the FPSO market is not optimistic about the short-term, but long-term the market is still encouraging, FPSO’s are a deepwater field development solution.” 30/06/2015 30/06/2015 01/07/2015 02/07/2015