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"Insightful and detailed industry information"
Private Equity Firm, USA
"The pre-eminent forecaster of the future of the Oil and Gas Industry"
Underwater Technology Network, UK and USA
The oilfield services industry is complex and characterised by a significant number of service product lines. Sectors by Westwood Global Energy Group cuts through the complexity and provide vital intelligence for investors. We have been one of the leading oilfield service intelligence providers for 30 years.
“Our Mission is to support our client’s decision making through detailed oilfield service sector insight and forecasting”
We deliver this through an online portal containing sector focused reports, databases and analytical tools. Our experienced team of analysts, located across the globe, have answered thousands of bespoke industry requests, and have been the first to develop coverage of many emerging technology themes including global deepwater business, Russian oilfield service sector, subsea processing technology. Our research coverage includes some unique offerings such as a global land rig database, offshore helicopter markets, Autonomous Underwater Vehicles markets.
Sectors now covers 100 service and equipment expenditure lines – covering Capex and Opex – totalling over $8tn of spend across 2005-2023. Contrast the fortunes of three closely watched areas of industry activity - drilling, production and cost - via a single online tool.
Leading indicators of business performance are highlighted in Sectors’ drilling metrics. Gain unique insight into significant changes in the near-term outlook for the oil & gas sector worldwide.
Increase your chances of winning projects and improve efficiencies with custom reports which capture production & field data. Leverage seven year hindcast and forecast data to capture a clear picture of trends and activity in the global oilfield sector.
Westwood Global Energy Group forecasts global to country level expenditure across 21 drilling and well service lines including; rig & crew, production chemicals, casing and tubing services and more.
Equipment expenditure is broken down into type and component. This allows for the aggregation of component lines into their relevant sections i.e. Artificial lift as a type and ESPs as a component.
Taken from the hugely popular annual market forecast of the same name, the new MMO dataset within Sectors provides access to the forecast expenditure and analysis of 20 individual service lines to country level.
With a dramatic improvement in FPS orders in 2017, which is expected to continue into 2018, defining and detailing future revenues and the availability of units has never been so important. The new Sectors FPS Module delivers a tracker of both current and future deployments as well as expenditures split by component from global to unit level.
Sectors Modules of Interest:
Drilling & Well Services
Floating Production Systems
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