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In the News, May 29 2015

By May 29, 2015September 7th, 2022No Comments

DW in the NewsA number of our publications have been referenced this week and DW Monday was featured on a large range of websites:

 The World Downstream Maintenance Market Forecast 2015-2019 was released this week and a number of news sites reported on it:

“Global downstream asset maintenance expenditure is expected to total $322 billion between 2015 and 2019, reflecting an increase of 12 per cent when compared to the previous five-year period, a report said.” 26/05/2015 26/05/2015 27/05/2015 27/05/2015 27/05/2015

Douglas-Westwood’s World Deepwater Market Forecast 2015-2019 also appeared in the news this week:

“There is a huge opportunity for deepwater production growth. British consulting firm Douglas-Westwood released, ‘Deep market 5-year forecast’ (2015-2019); the next five years compared with the previous forecast represent a substantial increase of 69%.” 23/05/2015

Douglas-Westwood was quoted on the Wall Street Daily website last November and continued to be referenced elsewhere this week:

“Shale oil extraction is unconventional and more costly. Douglas-Westwood, an energy advisory firm, estimates that nearly half of the US oil projects under development need oil prices greater than $120 per barrel in order to achieve positive cash flow.” 24/05/2015
Pravda.Ru 26/05/2015

A number of charts from Douglas-Westwood presentations were used in an article that appeared on the China Shipbuilding Online website and elsewhere: 27/05/2015 27/05/2015

This week’s DW Monday proved popular, appearing on a number of websites:

“For the US energy industry, 2014 will be remembered as the year when crude oil prices fell below $50/bbl, resulting in significant realignments in the sector, Douglas-Westwood said.” 25/05/2015 25/05/2015 25/05/2015 25/05/2015 25/05/2015 26/05/2015