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Mar 2017 IPA Newsletter (Volume 9, Issue 1)

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IPA Hosts Inaugural Offshore Leadership Forum: Improving and sustaining the capital efficiency of major oil and gas projects was the focus of the Offshore Leadership Forum, an event organized by Independent Project Analysis (IPA), Inc. and Offshore Magazine. The aim of the Offshore Leadership Forum is to facilitate...


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EPC Market Forecast - May 2015 - Overview

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The following is a brief overview of the topics covered in the current EPC Market Forecast
(May 2015, Volume 9, Issue 2):


Market Overview

In this newsletter, IPA information is used to represent the supply side of the market. Public information is used to characterize the demand side of the market. A key industry concern is the current weakness in the supply of engineering services. Globally,...


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EPC Market Forecast - November 2014 - Overview

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The following is a brief overview of the topics covered in the current EPC Market Forecast (November 2014, Volume 8, Issue 4):


Market Overview

The overall global trend in capital project activity is fairly modest and not likely to change much for the next few quarters. The U.S. continues its slow rebound from the fi nancial crisis of a few years ago. China and much of Asia are struggling to...


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Petroleum E&P Update

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E&P offshore facility projects are experiencing much higher weight growth from development to completion, exceeding industry average contingency estimates meant to mitigate weight uncertainty, according to a new study, first presented at the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) Annual Technical Conference, concludes. IPA’s detailed database of oil and gas projects from around the world was...


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Market Overview – Where Are We Now? Where Are We Going? 2015-Q1

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The overall global trend in capital project activity is fairly modest and not likely to change much for the nextfew quarters. The United States continues its slow rebound from the financial crisis of a few years ago. China and much of Asia are struggling to maintain any growth. Europe is flat, at best.

In this edition, we have developed indicators based on the IPA database. Four topics are...


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