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Westwood: North Sea outlook becoming more positive

Six of the offshore exploration wells that are set to drill in the UK in 2017 have an average pre-dr...

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DW: Vessel contractors preparing to bounce back as market shows signs of balance

The announcement on the 28th February of Emas Chiyoda’s bankruptcy is the latest in a long line of v...

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2017-2025 OW Market Forecast: Total Spend Decreases by 2%, DW Says

Total spend within the offshore wind market over the 2017-2025 period has decreased by 2%, from EUR ...

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  • Business & Finance
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Douglas-Westwood: Offshore Wind Driving 2017-2021 Subsea Cable Market Growth

Subsea cable demand will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7% over the 2017-2021 perio...

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  • Business & Finance
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DW: Will demand for local content undermine cost cuts drive?

Brazil and Tanzania are two countries at very different stages of oil and gas development, Douglas-W...

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Douglas-Westwood sees troublesome outlook for heavy lift vessels

Heavy lift vessel (HLV) contractors have faced a challenging market in recent years as the low oil p...

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DW: O&G operators to shift away from troubled deepwater areas

Hydrocarbon production from the ‘Golden Triangle’ will peak in 2019 due to the lack of projects sanc...

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DW: Energy industry left with ‘legacy of mixed fortunes’ as Obama exits

As President Obama leaves the Oval Office on Friday, he leaves a legacy of mixed fortunes for the en...

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DW: Future of Azeri hydrocarbons ‘likely to hinge on gas’

At the end of December 2016, BP-operated AIOC and Socar were busy signing a letter of intent on the ...

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DW: Substantial reserves can be developed when oil market recovers

E&P deepwater exploration and appraisal activity has dramatically declined and, in line with fal...

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Report: Subsea Could Stabilize in Long-Term

A new report by energy research and consulting service, Douglas-Westwood (DW), said that due to the ...

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  • Business & Finance
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DW cautiously optimistic about new oil & gas FIDs

The oil & gas industry is known for being cyclical, however, the current reality of a ‘lower for...

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DW: Non-OPEC NOCs best positioned for OPEC meeting outcome

The end of one of the worst downturns in the history of oil and gas may be in sight, as OPEC’s Novem...

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DW: Supply chain players who diversify offering better positioned for recovery?

Historically, the oil & gas industry has witnessed merger and acquisition (M&A) activity thr...

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Douglas-Westwood: Multi-Billion Offshore Wind Projects Now the Norm

Offshore wind construction activity has surged in recent years and the trend is likely to continue w...

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  • Business & Finance
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DW sees positive spin in wave of upstream contracts due to be awarded

A sustained low oil price environment is a challenging one, with ‘survival of the fittest’ being an ...

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DW: International E&P firms to go for Brazilian pre-salt fields?

In a move to increase foreign investment amid the nation’s worsening economic position, Brazil’s Con...

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DW: Average spend for new upstream projects falls by 40 pct

Recently, OPEC announced production cuts as a strategy to reduce over-supply in the market and give ...

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DW: OPEC faces a ‘huge challenge’ after output reduction deal

OPEC’s surprise announcement last Wednesday of a preliminary output reduction agreement seemed to be...

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DW: Struggle ahead for offshore oilfield services. Onshore picking up from 2017

Offshore oilfield services companies are set for a long and bumpy road ahead, Douglas-Westwood, an e...

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DW: prolonged low prices boost FLNG conversion market

The LNG industry continues to struggle through a prolonged storm of low prices, with LNG spot prices...

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  • Vessels
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DW: new developments to shake up LNG market

Recent development in the LNG market is expected to have a significant impact on both the constructi...

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DW: North American activity to push global LNG Capex up

The LNG industry, boosted by North American activity which is driving the return to growth in global...

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DW: Change of approach needed in offshore survey market

Offshore surveys are a necessary precursor for both oil and gas and renewable energy installations o...

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  • Equipment
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DW: global FLNG capex to hit $41.6 billion

Despite challenging market conditions, global capital expenditure on FLNG facilities is forecast to ...

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DW: After narrowing by year-end, oil oversupply to grow again in 2017

There is a general consensus amongst industry analysts that the oil oversupply creating the current ...

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