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Oil & Gas Executives Address Deepwater Cost Reduction Strategies at MCE Deepwater Development 2017

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HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Industry Executives will discuss strategies to deliver Value, Efficiency & Flexibility in a cost challenged Deepwater market, April 3-5, 2017, during the 14th annual Deepwater symposium, MCE Deepwater Development 2017 (MCEDD) held at the NH Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam. Interactive Special Sessions focused on “Leveraging Best Practices”, “Industry Collaboration” and “Novel Contracting Approaches” … Continue reading

Quest’s long-term subsea tree award forecast flat compared to May forecast

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Minor adjustments to Quest’s long-term subsea tree award forecast are applied as the oil price continues to fluctuate. ivermectin lotion in india The majority of the adjustments were made to the North Sea, the US GoM and Brazil. ivermectin gel for rats walmart Cost concerns around North Sea projects continue to delay projects, marginal field … Continue reading

What We Might See Over the Next Six Months

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With several potential awards in the pipeline for Q4 we could potentially see a “healthy mix” of those awards being distributed globally to all regions with a larger portion going to Africa/Med, Asia Pacific, and the North Sea. kobe revectina The majority (greater than 50%) of the steel awards will most likely go to Africa … Continue reading

Year To Date the Big 3 Continue To Lead in Steel

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From Q4 2013 to Q3 2014 “The Big 3” (Aker Solutions, Oceaneering, and Technip) continue to dominate the global steel subsea production umbilical market with a combined market share of ninety five percent of the total km (steel) awards and ninety six percent of the total dollars.

North Sea Faces Near-Term Softening of Subsea Demand

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Cost concerns around large greenfield developments in the North Sea have either put some projects on hold or changed their scope to no longer include subsea components. soolantra 1 crema ivermectina Where the subsea tree market is buoyed slightly by demand for brownfield activities (that may not require additional SPU or flowlines), the SPU outlook … Continue reading

Asia Continues to Face Economic and Geopolitical Issues

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There are a number of market factors affecting demand potential out of Asia. العاب كرات Most notably is the lack of activity of Australia. Contributors include, but are not limited to risk associated with local natural gas prices as the large gas fields require stable and agreeable natural gas prices to be commercial. Also, many … Continue reading

Brazil Demand Should Pick Up

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The award volumes for South America, namely Brazil, in 2013 and 2014e were the lowest since 2007. قوانين اونو With the named projects underway, Quest expects Petrobras will need to significantly increase demand for SPU, especially for the pre-salt, in the next two years. تونتي تو اون لاين It is understood that a large multi-year … Continue reading

Increased Brownfield

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Aker Solutions, OneSubsea, and FTI saw 80% of the subsea tree awards YTD 2014. العب لعبة Aker Solutions and FTI were awarded 70% of the subsea control modules and 80% of the subsea manifold orders in the first three quarters of the year. اسرار القمار With the high dollar value of Aker’s win of Kaombo … Continue reading

Africa Backlog of Developments Lends Strength to Overall Forecast

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Africa’s greenfield developments have, for the most part, demand high volumes of steel-tubed SPU and the industry has been waiting for a number of high profile projects to award. بونص بدون ايداع These developments include Shell’s Bonga SW, Cobalt’s Cameia, Anadarko’s Prosperidade, Eni’s Eastern Hub and Sankofa. اللاعب دي ماريا Considering only these five developments, … Continue reading

Change in U.S. Gulf of Mexico Development Profile Adjusts km/Subsea Tree

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As the U.S. GoM focuses on oil developments, for the most part, Quest forecasts a reduced volume of long-distance subsea tiebacks of gas projects to shelf production hosts. ويسترن يونيون المواقع The oil developments also tend to require more subsea trees than their gas counterparts, therefore Quest expects less volume of SPU is expected for … Continue reading

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