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DW: Operators to shift away from troubled deepwater areas

Hydrocarbon production from the ‘Golden Triangle’ will peak in 2019 due to the lack of projects sanctioned in ...

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DW: Energy industry left with legacy of mixed fortunes

As President Obama leaves the Oval Office on Friday, he leaves a legacy of mixed fortunes for the energy industry, ...

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DW: Future of Azeri hydrocarbons 'likely to hinge on gas'

At the end of December 2016, BP-operated AIOC and Socar were busy signing a letter of intent on the future ...

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DW: As market recovers, large reserves can be developed

E&P deepwater exploration and appraisal activity has dramatically declined and, in line with falling E&A ...

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DW cautiously optimistic about new oil & gas FIDs

The oil & gas industry is known for being cyclical, however, the current reality of a ‘lower for longer’ oil ...

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DW: Non-OPEC NOCs best positioned for OPEC meeting outcome

The end of one of the worst downturns in the history of oil and gas may be in sight, as OPEC’s November meeting ...

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DW: Players who diversify, better positioned for recovery?

Historically, the oil & gas industry has witnessed merger and acquisition (M&A) activity through cycles, as ...

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DW: Positive spin in wave of pending upstream contracts

A sustained low oil price environment is a challenging one, with ‘survival of the fittest’ being an undeniable ...

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DW: International E&P firms to go for Brazil's pre-salt?

In a move to increase foreign investment amid the nation’s worsening economic position, Brazil’s Congress has ...

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DW: Average spend on new upstream projects falls by 40 pct

Recently, OPEC announced production cuts as a strategy to reduce over-supply in the market and give a much-needed ...

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DW: OPEC faces a 'huge challenge'

OPEC’s surprise announcement last Wednesday of a preliminary output reduction agreement seemed to be the ...

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DW: Struggle ahead for offshore oilfield services

Offshore oilfield services companies are set for a long and bumpy road ahead, Douglas-Westwood, an energy ...

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DW: Change of approach needed in offshore survey market

Offshore surveys are a necessary precursor for both oil and gas and renewable energy installations on the seafloor. ...

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DW: Oil oversupply to increase once again in 2017

There is a general consensus amongst industry analysts that the oil oversupply creating the current market downturn ...

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DW: New o&g opportunities to emerge in Brazil?

Laden by corruption scandals and falling oil prices, Petrobras is struggling to repay $130 billion (bn) worth of ...

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DW: Oil & gas sector braces for fall out after Brexit

The decision by 52% of the voters in the EU referendum last week to vote to leave the EU has had far-reaching ...

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DW: Effects of Brexit on UK's oil & gas industry

With the referendum rapidly approaching, the question of what Brexit, a withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the ...

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DW predicts bright future for AUVs in o&g industry

Autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) still have, despite widespread use, the potential for substantial growth with ...

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DW: Complex fields break even in uneven oil market

The Johan Castberg development has faced numerous challenges since inception, Douglas-Westwood, an energy ...

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DW: Recovery in oil prices is coming

Scanning the newspapers, social media and analyst coverage this year, there is consensus that a recovery in oil ...

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DW: Gas to see faster production boost than oil

Whilst 2016 has so far seen much discussion surrounding the oil price, oversupply and the almost daily mini-rallies ...

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