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For a major helicopter service provider, we delivered an analysis of oil and gas industry drivers, including the impact of shale on offshore activity and frontier areas as well as company strategy and focus. We identified specific drivers for the helicopter market (offshore infrastructure, drilling, manning trends).
We created and implemented a market intelligence program for a major Middle East NOC. We analyzed the NOC’s future project portfolio, developed activity projection models and identified market demand metrics. The client received a market status dashboard to monitor risks and optimize cost strategies.
Supplier Capacity Analysis
We provided a major operator with in-depth yard capacity and analysis for all yards operating in the Nigerian fabrication market. Analyses include fabrication capacity, capability and track record evaluation for multiple offshore structures.
Market & Valuation Reports
We provided semi-annual market and valuation reports for several major European banks. Deliverables included market reports covering these segments: supply vessels, drilling rigs, FPSOs, subsea vessels, pipelay vessels and accommodation vessels. We delivered valuations for 500+ related floating assets.
For an investment bank, IHS provided a full market update on expected oil price/spending levels as well as the supply-demand outlook for rigs, supply vessels, subsea vessels, pipelay vessels, floating production and offshore accommodation market segments.
Drilling Rig Market Outlooks
We provided a major service contractor an annual, five-year forecast for drilled well counts by country, well type, location and water depth segment.
|Industry Trends||Onshore Production Facilities||Umbilicals and Flexible Pipe||Drilling Fluids|
|Upstream Spend||Offshore Heavy Lift||Heat Exchangers||Oil Sands Mining|
|FPSO/FSO||Offshore Pipelay||Gas Compressors||Engineering Services|
|Floaters - TLP, SPAR, Semi||Offshore Installation (DSV/ROV)||Gas Turbines||Construction Labor|
|FLNG||Onshore Pipelay||Inspection, Maintenance & Repair (Platforms)||Jacket Fabrication|
|Topsides Fabrication||Line Pipe||Offshore Helicopter Services||Offshore Rigs – Jackup|
|LNG Liquefaction Facilities||OCTG||Well Logging||Offshore Rigs – Floaters|
|LNG Regasification Terminals||Subsea Equipment||Onshore Drilling Rigs||Offshore Accommodation|
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