DW Monday: NAM operators try to focus on efficiencies, not OPEC

Posted on December 5, 2016

Many in the world of energy are looking to the OPEC cuts for price stability to gain confidence in future project investment. In North America, a large fragmented group of operators do not have the time or money to focus on global supply cuts or temporary oil price improvements. While a price bump would improve…read more

In the News, 2nd December 2016

Posted on December 2, 2016

Douglas-Westwood was referenced on both the BBC and Upstream websites this week, while a number of websites featured DW Monday:  The BBC referenced Douglas-Westwood a number of times in an article on the outcome of the OPEC meeting: “It is Iraq that has been the producer growing output fastest. The latest market report form energy…read more

DW Monday: Nowhere Fast

Posted on November 28, 2016

Myanmar, once impeded by political and economic trade embargoes, has seen a dramatic turnaround in fortunes since the lifting of international sanctions in 2012. A number of Western E&P players such as Shell, ENI and Chevron, as well as Independents including Reliance Industries and Oil India amongst others, have been drawn to the country’s gas…read more

Upstream Investment Outlook Q4 2016 – an introduction by Andrew Reid CEO

Posted on November 25, 2016

Upstream Investment Outlook Q4 2016 – an introduction by Andrew Reid CEO An independent view on the current and future state of the upstream oil & gas market Over the last two years our industry has faced one of the worst downturns in the history of the sector. Lay-offs, expenditure cuts, and oil price speculation…read more

In the News, 25th November 2016

Posted on November 25, 2016

Both the World FLNG Market Forecast and the North Sea Decommissioning Market Forecast were featured in the news this week:   Douglas-Westwood’s World FLNG Market Forecast 2017-2022 report was referenced in the news this week: “Douglas-Westwood predicts that despite concerns over the fall in LNG spot prices and the lack of sanctioning for new floating…read more

DW Monday: Industry Collaboration to Trigger Long-term Stability

Posted on November 21, 2016

The oil & gas industry is known for being cyclical, however, the current reality of a ‘lower for longer’ oil price has made sanctioning large offshore projects financially unviable. Many oil majors have opted to focus on subsea well tiebacks, as the memories of any floating production system reaching FID (Final Investment Decision) begins to…read more

In the News, 18th November 2016

Posted on November 18, 2016

Both the World LNG and  World FLNG reports were featured in the news, while this week’s DW Monday proved very popular, appearing on a range of websites:   An article by Mark Adeosun on the World LNG Market Forecast 2017-2021 was featured on the Oil & Gas Financial Journal website this week: “Furthermore, demand in…read more

NEW DW Reports & Services Launches

Posted on November 16, 2016

NEW Reports & Services Launches As we approach the end of 2016, Douglas-Westwood is pleased to announce the coming launches of three new and improved market forecasts, two new product releases and the latest Market Forecast report schedule for 2017: World Offshore Oil & Gas Helicopters Market Forecast 2017-2021 Analysis by use, application and regional…read more

DW Monday: NOCs Ready for Market Moves

Posted on November 14, 2016

The end of one of the worst downturns in the history of oil & gas may be in sight, as OPEC’s November meeting looms large – bringing with it fresh hopes of a production cut and consequent market rebalancing. In this context, DW has recently undertaken analysis of 15 major upstream players, to understand prospects…read more

In the News, 11th November 2016

Posted on November 11, 2016

It has been a big week in the political world with Douglas-Westwood’s article about the new US president generating a lot of media coverage: Douglas-Westwood’s article on how the new presides will affect the energy sector was extremely popular, appearing on a wide range of websites, including Bloomberg and Upstream: “UK-based energy industry analysis firm…read more

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