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In the News, September 4th 2015

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DW in the NewsThis week Andrew Reid’s appearance at a conference was featured in the news, as was the World FLNG Market Forecast:

Andrew Reid appeared on a panel as part of Energy Voice’s OG2050 project that Douglas-Westwood is involved in. The event was featured in Thursday’s edition of the Press and Journal:

“Andrew Reid…said: “My view is that the industry will correct itself, it will recover. This fundamentally is an opportunity for many businesses to position themselves to be really strong going forward.” 03/09/2015
The Press and Journal 03/09/2015

The Inverness edition of the Press and Journal also referenced Douglas-Westwood:

“The poll, carried out by consultants Douglas-Westwood, found overwhelming support for government incentives to help delay decommissioning of North Sea assets.”

The Press and Journal 03/09/2015

An article by Ben Wilby about the World Floating Production Market Forecast 2015-2019 appeared in the September issue of Offshore Engineer:

“DW forecasts that between 2015 and 2019, $81 billion will be spent on FPS – an increase of 73% over the preceding five year period. A total of 110 FPS Units are forecast to be installed – a 41% increase.”

Offshore Engineer September 2015

The World FLNG Market Forecast 2015-2021 was also featured in the news this week:

“Douglas-Westwood published a report that said the next five years for LNG floating production storage vessel and LNG-FSRU will reach $47.4 billion, of which Asia accounted for about a third of the investment.” 28/08/2015 01/09/2015

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

“Crucially, new renewables targets have been set in the oil and gas havens of Dubai, Brazil, the USA and Mexico so far this year; now a total of 164 countries have adopted a renewable energy target, from just 43 countries in 2005.” 31/08/2015 31/08/2015 01/09/2015 01/09/2015 02/09/2015

The DW Monday from the 20th of July was quoted in a news article this week:

“The sanctions mean that the country has fallen behind in terms of technology. This could hamper the speed at which Iran can capitalise on the lifting of the sanctions, according to energy consultancy, Douglas-Westwood.” 01/09/2015