In recent years we have seen a surge of offshore wind construction activity. Often running counter-cyclical to the offshore oil and gas industry, we are now seeing the wind business regularly spawning multi-billion-dollar offshore engineering projects.
With the rapid development of the industry, Douglas-Westwood (DW) is publishing a concise 16 page document to update on the latest state-of-play. The Offshore Wind Market Briefing examines the current trends in the offshore wind market by region and applicable sub-segment; supported by analysis, insight and industry consultation.
The Offshore Wind Market Briefing contains:
- Drivers & indicators - a review of the factors influencing offshore wind installation activity, for example, energy demand, supply security, emissions targets, subsidies, production costs, capital & operating expenditure.
- Market definition- background information and market definitions for the offshore wind lifecycle.
- Supply chain & competitive landscaping - overview of the supply chain by individual market and key players, including the competitive positioning of wind farm owners.
- Market forecast- 2012-2022 outlook for new capacity, wind turbines, foundations, cabling and substations.
Why purchase DW's Market Briefings?
DW's market forecasting is trusted by sector players worldwide, with clients including the world's top-10 oil & gas companies, top-10 oilfield services companies and top-10 private equity firms.
This Market Briefing is essential for anyone wanting to gain a quick understanding of a the offshore wind sector, bridging the gap between rudimentary knowledge of an individual segment and the deep insights needed before entering this market or buying/selling particular companies.
Whilst each Market Briefing is no substitute for detailed commercial due diligence, it can help clients active in the sector gain a fast understanding of segment trends, market drivers and value creation.
The Offshore Wind Market Briefing is essential for:
- Private equity firms evaluating investments in the offshore wind sector;
- Growing firms seeking competitive advantage across segments;
- Investment banking and advisory firms improving their understanding of this space;
- Industry analysts seeking a competitive edge.