The World Deepwater Market Report 2010-2014
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A new edition of the industry-leading study
The deepwater oil and gas business is now, without-doubt, firmly established as a major expenditure driver in the offshore sector. Douglas-Westwood has tracked its emergence and growth since the 1990s and pleased to publish the latest in a series of industry-leading studies on the market.
Despite global economic turmoil and oil price fluctuations having a marked impact on activity levels, the deepwater sector is forecast to quickly recover and resume its growth trend, with annual expenditure reaching around $35 billion in 2014 and a total global Capex of $167 billion for the 2010-2014 period. With these figures in mind, the latest edition of the World Deepwater Market Report offers an excellent resource for those seeking a timely update on this dynamic and changing industry.
Building on previous editions, The World Deepwater Market Report provides a detailed country-by-country and component-led analysis as well as an exploration of deepwater production designs, sector trends and development prospects. It also offers comprehensive deepwater case studies including field developments in the Brazilian Santos Basin, Angola, Gulf of Mexico, India and the UK.
Detailed country-by-country analysis
The report presents analysis based on unique and proprietary data covering historic and forecast deepwater expenditure breakdowns for Africa, Asia, Australasia, Latin America, North America and Western Europe. Prospects and projects within each of the geographies are highlighted and discussed.
Deepwater market evolution and sector trends
The World Deepwater Market Report 2010-2014 is geared to senior executive needs and assumes no previous reader knowledge of the subject area. It offers an explanation of the key concepts and terms, and explains some of the recent trends and themes in play in the market including supply-side constraints, cost inflation, financing issues and backlog analysis within the subsea equipment sector. The report highlights that drilling and completion of subsea wells will form the majority of deepwater spend over the forecast period.
An acclaimed series
The World Deepwater Market Report 2010-2014 is the latest in an acclaimed series of business studies used by organisations in over 60 countries worldwide. These include oil majors, investment banks, OEMs, offshore contractors, agencies and government departments.
Introduction and Executive Summary – Overview of key report findings and underlying drivers
Why Deepwater? – Business drivers, trends and strategies
Deepwater Trends & Themes – Noteworthy sector and market trends & themes
Deepwater Exploration – Reservoir appraisal, drive & recovery
Subsea Infrastructure and Installation – Infrastructure functions, subsea field development, pipelines, risers & umbilicals
Deepwater Production Platforms and Vessels – Designs & concepts, tower-based production, FPSOs, FPSSs, TLPs, Spars & hybrid alternatives
Emerging Technology – HPTP, Subsea processing, AUVs, Arctic exploration & production
Major Deepwater Development Prospects – Regional breakdown covering Africa, Asia, Australasia, Latin America, Middle East, North America, Western Europe and other territories
Deepwater Case Studies – Case studies from around the world including the pre-salt fields in Santos Basin (Brazil). Dhirubhai (India), Laggan and Tormore (West of Shetland) & Pluto LNG (Australasia)
Deepwater Capex - Market Forecast 2010-2014 – Detailed breakdown and analysis at a regional and component level
Apedices – Equipment manufacturers, offshore construction, drilling operators and shipbuilders
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