World Development Drilling & Production Forecast

Posted by Michelle Howard
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Douglas-Westwood has launched the first of a new suite of quarterly products which provide unparalleled insight into global oil & gas drilling & production (D&P); the core driver of oilfield services and equipment markets worldwide. The DWD&P suite provides a granular country-by-country assessment of historic, current and future annual development drilling & production activity for both the onshore and offshore sectors.


 
Through to 2020 and utilising a proprietary methodology, DWD&P provides – for the first time – country level data and insight on development drilling markets worldwide, whilst allowing for flexibility through a modular approach to purchasing.


 
The first DWD&P product – The World Development Drilling & Production Forecast – provides data analysis on 51 key countries representing 96% of global onshore and offshore hydrocarbon production. Based on specially constructed detailed models, this report presents results by examining each country in turn. We provide a summary of hydrocarbon potential and sensitised production outlook, with associated development drilling requirements segmented into oil & gas and onshore & offshore, which is divided into deep and shallow water.


 
The World Development Drilling & Production Forecast contains:

  •  Drilling & production data – generated in-house through models exclusive to DW, we assess the prospects of  51 countries and determine historic, current and potential future production and associated development well-drilling requirements: oil & gas, onshore & offshore, offshore; deep and shallow water  
  • Detailed analysis – summary level overview analysis and market commentary provided at country-level alongside data and forecasts. Identification of sensitised scenarios used to drive drilling forecasts.
  • Full global coverage – the only product on the market able to provide such a level of granularity and confidence on the development drilling and production market.
  • Long-term outlook – a seven-year forecast from 2014 to 2020 provides a medium-term perspective on development drilling & production opportunities.
  • Hindcast – annual data back to 2004 enables examination of each country’s long-term D&P trends.  
  • Comprehensive experience – gained from nearly 25 years of research. This product has been developed through exposure to industry-leading international M&A engagements including numerous diligence exercises conducted for oilfield services, equipment and drilling organisations worldwide, including those in opaque or less-publicised markets such as China, the Middle East and Russia.
  • Dynamic – an ongoing process, DWD&P research is updated continuously, allowing for regular updates and detailed knowledge of each country’s hydrocarbon activity and potential.
  • Independent – through a refined methodology, this product does not rely on one source of external data, but uses a considered approach to derive historic, current and future views on each and every one of the 51 countries.
  • Highly flexible – we believe that this product provides unrivalled segmentation of data / forecasts, but we are able to provide further detailed segmentation, grouping or analysis – including scenario comparison.
  • Contact us for Analyst support – through our network of global offices, we can provide further insight through local analysts.
  • Quarterly updates – for the highest level of accuracy, a subscription option is available for quarterly reports (February, May, August, November), but we also offer one-time purchase of the last released version.  


 

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