The second edition of ‘The World Offshore Operations & Maintenance Market Forecast’ is now available. Over $335 billion is expected to be spent over the next five years, with production services dominating this. The market is recovering from the effects of the global downturn of 2008-2009, although O&M markets are shown to be considerably less vulnerable to downturn than their capital-led counterparts. Growth will be driven by a combination of needing to operate and maintain a vast and aging infrastructure, high oil prices, buoyant new offshore field development activity and rampant price inflation for equipment and services.
‘The World Offshore Operations & Maintenance Market Forecast 2012-2016’ contains:
Offshore operations & maintenance expenditure 2007-2016
This wide-ranging report details all sectors of the offshore operations and maintenance market, with comprehensive expenditure forecasts for each, segmented regionally. The report will enable the reader to better understand where and when to make investment decisions. Geared to senior executives' needs, the report assumes no previous knowledge of the subject area.
‘The World Offshore Operations & Maintenance Market Forecast 2012-2016’ is essential for:
Production & Drilling: data used in both the presentation and market modelling of this report are from in-house research and databases unless stated and have been sense checked by official data sources where possible.
Key Assumptions: Although all assumptions used in the development of market forecasts are inherently speculative we have used published data by leading industry sources where possible. We have also sense checked volumes of market expenditure with active players within the relevant market sections where possible.