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Douglas-Westwood has launched the Upstream Investment Outlook to provide its independent view on the current, and future, state of the upstream oil & gas market – in order to educate investors and guide businesses through the coming months and years.
Purchase by 9th December 2016 and receive a complimentary copy of DW’s Capital Cost Briefing
Douglas-Westwood’s World Subsea Hardware & Vessel Operations Market Forecast 2017-2021 analyses the factors influencing the global subsea market, with detailed insight on both the subsea hardware and vessel operations demand and supply trends. Hardware expenditure, vessel-day demand and expenditure are analysed, with commentary on segmented regional outputs.
Douglas-Westwood’s World Offshore Helicopters Market Forecast 2017-2021 presents analysis of the use, application, and regional changes in the offshore helicopters market. Covering macroeconomics prospects, key sector drivers, supply-chain dynamics and regional market analysis, the report offers an independent assessment of the current environment in the offshore helicopters market and its projected evolution through to 2021.
The ninth edition of the World Onshore Pipelines Market Forecast provides analysis of the onshore pipelines market through to 2021 by key component, region, product type (gas & liquid) and diameter. The report forecasts global capital expenditure, with a cost breakdown including right of way, line pipe, fittings, stations and construction.
The DW250 – Capital Cost Briefing examines trends in development costs in the upstream industry, with segmented analysis on deepwater, shallow water, oil sands, conventional onshore and the US unconventional industry, supported by analysis, insight and industry consultation.
Douglas-Westwood’s (DW) quarterly publication the World Oilfield Equipment Market Forecast provides unique insight into the global oilfield equipment (OFE) market. The underlying data and models have been fully updated for the latest Q3 2016 report issued in October 2016. The outputs include historic, current and future expenditure forecasts for 60 diverse oilfield equipment lines including blowout preventers, frac equipment, compressors, pumps, production trees and ESPs.