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In the News, June 12th 2015

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DW in the News

There has been plenty of references to Douglas-Westwood this week, with a large number of our reports appearing in the news:

 An article on Offshore Wind by Rachel Stonehouse was featured in Offshore Engineer this week ahead of the upcoming release of the World Offshore Wind Market Forecast 2015-2019:

“About US$336 billion (€300 billion) could be spent in offshore wind Capex over the next 10 years, with cumulative capacity surpassing 57GW, Douglas-Westwood’s Rachel Stonehouse explains.”

OEDigital.com


A quote from Jason Waldie from the Sea Asia 2015 conference in April was featured in news reports this week:

“The oversupply of drilling assets is putting a strain on the industry’, Jason Waldie, associate director (Singapore) at Douglas-Westwood told attendees at the Sea Asia 2015 conference in April.”

Asian Yards Adapt to Industry Downturn 05/06/2015
SweetCrudeReports.com 06/06/2015
CDiver.net 08/06/2015


Both Jason Waldie and Mike Haney were quoted in an article that appeared on Marine Link:

“All the major drilling companies have lost 50% of their value – Ensco, Transocean, Seadrill – banks absolutely don’t want to lend them money,’ says Jason Waldie, energy analyst for Douglas-Westwood.”

MarineLink.com 10/06/2015


Douglas-Westwood’s World Offshore Oil & Gas Helicopter Market Forecast 2015-2019 was released late last week and the press release was featured on other websites this week:

“Despite turmoil this year in the oil & gas industry, Douglas-Westwood (DW) forecasts $25 billion in expenditure on offshore helicopter services between 2015 and 2019 in its new World Offshore Oil & Gas Helicopters Market Forecast 2015-2019.”

SlideShare.net 05/06/2015
NOFEnergy.com 08/06/2015


Douglas-Westwood’s World Offshore Maintenance, Modifications & Operations Market Forecast 2015-2019 was featured in the news this week:

“More than $426 billion is forecast to be spent over the next five years on offshore oil & gas MMO. However, analysts at Douglas-Westwood warn in a new study of the MMO market that a 12% decline in expenditure is expected this year.”

EnergyVoice.com 09/06/2015


The World Drilling & Production Market Forecast 2015-2021 was recently updated and featured in the news this week:

“In the latest World Drilling & Production Forecast, Douglas-Westwood (DW) predicts combined oil & gas production from ultra-deep (>1,000m) fields will grow 7.7 percent year-on-year over 2015-2021 from 6.5 mboe/d to 10.2 mboe/d.”

Maritime-Executive.com 11/06/2015


The World Subsea Hardware Market Forecast 2015-2019 was referenced in an article on the Åsgard Subsea Gas Compression project:

“According to analysts Douglas-Westwood, subsea spending will continue to rise, but Sætre has plans to deal with that.”

Maritime-Executive.com 09/06/2015
SeafarersRights.org 09/06/2015
TradeNewsWire.net 10/06/2015
Ocnus.net 11/06/2015


The World Subsea Hardware Market Forecast 2015-2019 was featured in another news story as well:

“Douglas-Westwood forecasts global subsea hardware Capex will total $145 billion between 2015 and 2019. This would be 27% above the preceding five-year period.”

Offshore-Mag.com 08/06/2015


The recently released World Deepwater Market Forecast 2015-2019 was featured in this month’s edition of Offshore Support Journal:

“Despite imminent project delays, spending on deepwater projects in the period 2015-2019 will still total US$210 billion.”

Offshore Support Journal June 2015
The Malaysian Reserve (Press Reader) TheMalaysianReserve.com (official website) 10/06/2015


Offshore Magazine referenced the World Floating Production Market Forecast 2015-2019 this week:

“Douglas-Westwood forecasts that despite the current low oil price environment, between 2015 and 2019 $81 billion will be spent on FPS units – an increase of 73% compared to 2010-2014.”

Offshore-Mag.com 10/06/2015

Last year’s World Floating Production Market Forecast also featured on a website this week:

“According to expert consultancy Douglas-Westwood, the investment of these companies between 2014 and 2018 will amount to 100,000 million, an increase of almost 140 percent over the period of recession.”

Energia16.com 08/06/2015


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

“Despite surging production from U.S. shale plays, the scale of long-term production remains uncertain, leading to the question of where will be the next major play?”

OffshoreEnergyToday.com
HellenicShippingNews.com 09/06/2015
EnergyGlobal.com 08/06/2015

 


Last week’s DW Monday continued to appear on news sites this week:

“In the latest World Drilling & Production Forecast, Douglas-Westwood predict combined oil & gas production from such fields will grow 7.7% year-on-year over 2015-2021 from 6.5 mboe/d to 10.2 mboe/d.”

NaturalGasEurope.com 05/06/2015
Sinaval.org.br 06/05/2015