ODS-Petrodata Releases Global Supply Vessel Forecast

Wednesday, November 30, 2005
ODS-Petrodata recently released its latest in depth study of the global supply vessel market. The ODS-Petrodata Global Supply Vessel Forecast draws on more than 15 years of accurate forecasting models based on the primary market drivers including drilling activity, construction activity and field development. This latest edition covers anchor-handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels of 15,000 bhp and above, and platform supply vessels (PSVs) of 3,000 dwt and above. Highlights include: Forecast of global vessel demand, supply and utilization for the next three years. Regional analysis and demand forecasts for six key offshore markets. Average term day rates for large AHTS and PSV from 2000 to the present. Listing of newbuilds under construction. Geographic distribution and ownership structure of the large AHTS and PSV fleet.

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