The Global Subsea Market to 2022: Drivers, Supply, Demand Forecast, Balance & Day Rates –

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All markets turn. The subsea market might be bouncing along the bottom
right now, but change is coming. The inflection point when demand can
improve again can be seen. Though like that unreliable acquaintance
that’s the soul of the party, just don’t expect it to turn up right now
or on time. It’s on the way though.

That’s an improvement in demand. Sounds good. But that doesn’t even mean
in the next five years demand will be back to where things were at the
most recent peak. And even if it did, the supply side is completely
different. Supply has grown so much that, while welcome, modest
increases in demand, won’t tighten the market that much. Rampant supply
will keep the market out of balance. That makes for an industry that’s
going to be a lot more complicated and a lot trickier.

Immediately things are still tough, but there is light at the end of the
tunnel. Understanding how that’s going to play out is paramount. There’s
already wreckage strewn over the pitch, and more will follow.
Realignment, refinancing, consolidation, and all sorts of moves will
come with it. Some of it to deal with the huge sums already spent, that
now looks like a busted flush. Some of it as smart money moves it to try
and take advantage of others’ distress and do deals at the bottom of the

This definitive annual ‘Global Subsea Market to 2022’ report tells you
what you really need to know about the market. The report is forthright
and direct. All the needless noise and wailing of the industry is
stripped away for straight to the point answers. What you really need to
know. The report gives you the brass-tacks of where the market is and is
going. With the market tougher than ever before, being aware of what the
issues and risks are has never been more vital.

Key Topics Covered

1. Summary – An Inflection Point, Maybe

2. Subsea Drivers – Money and the Oil Price

3. Sheltering Outside the Subsea Proper

4. Supply: The Key to Balance

5. Demand Forecast: Waiting for Something Anything

6. Balance and Day Rates: Both Under Pressure

7. Business Environment

8. Glossary of Terms

9. Contacts

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