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In the News, June 19th 2015

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DW in the NewsNew market reports have received plenty of attention this week as has DW’s work on the Energy 2050 project:


The recently released World Offshore Accommodation Market Forecast 2015-2020 was featured on a number of sites this week:

“Douglas-Westwood expects average demand for offshore accommodation vessels between 2015 and 2020 to average almost 42,000 personnel on board (PoB) per year. This represents an increase of 14% compared to the preceding six-year period.” 12/06/2015 15/06/2015 15/06/2015 16/06/2015 16/06/2015 17/06/2015 17/06/2015

This week saw the release of the World Offshore Wind Market Forecast 2015-2024 and it has already begun to feature in the news:

“Cumulative offshore wind capacity is forecast to reach 57GW, driven by the continued development of established markets such as the UK, Germany and China and bolstered by emerging markets including the US and France.” 18/06/2015 18/06/2015

The World Deepwater Market Forecast 2015-2019 featured on the Society Of Petroleum Engineers website recently:

“Douglas-Westwood expects deepwater Capex to rise post-2016, driven by the continued development of deepwater fields off Latin America and West Africa, as well as new developments off East Africa.” 02/05/2015

Douglas-Westwood’s work on the Energy 2050 project was referenced this week:

“The ground-breaking research led by Energy Voice, and done in partnership with EY, Robert Gordon University (RGU), Fifth Ring, Burness Paull and Douglas-Westwood, is part of a year-long global initiative to gauge market perspectives and trends.” 15/06/2015
Press and Journal  15/06/2015 15/06/2015

The results of the latest wave of research were also released this week:

“In the latest wave of findings from Energy 2050 – Securing our Future, Energy Voice exclusively revealed the industry’s sentiment around technology and development amid recent heightened sector pressures.” 16/06/2015

Last year’s World AUV Market Forecast 2014-2018 was referenced in a news article this week:

“The global AUV fleet is expected to expand by 42 percent to 825 units by 2018, led by strong military sector demand, according to a 2014 report by consultancy Douglas-Westwood.” 14/06/2015

The DW Monday released this week was referenced in a couple of different articles:

“Matt Adams with Douglas-Westwood in London said, ‘It follows logically that prices will recover, but that recovery is likely to be slow and gradual.” 15/06/2015 15/06/2015 15/06/2015 15/06/2015 15/06/2015