London & South of England Evening Meeting – Global Offshore Prospects
Imperial Huxley CL3/341, Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, Exhibition Road SW7 2AZ London
18 January, 2018
Energy research and consulting group Westwood Global Energy continue their renowned “Global Offshore Prospects” series of presentations focussing on future oilfield services sector spend and highlighting key leading indicators of activity, considering the outlook and timing for recovery.
Steve Robertson, Matt Cook and Matt Adams will present the firm’s outlook for the next five years and consider both the near-term macroeconomic outlook and specific sector drivers for a variety of offshore energy business services and equipment lines.
Steve joined Westwood in 2002. He has led the firm’s industry-leading research in regions such as Russia and the Middle East and many technology areas including oilfield services, drilling markets, field development, floating production, helicopter services and subsea processing. He has held a number of roles in Westwood’s OFS business including managing MENA Consulting, OFS Research and served on the Board of predecessor company Douglas-Westwood between 2009 and 2014. He now heads Westwood’s worldwide OFS Research & Consulting activities. Steve is a graduate in Economics & Computing and completed an MBA at the University of Kent & Canterbury Business School.
Matt joined Westwood after graduating from Imperial College’s Royal School of Mines with a Geology BSc. His role has included custom research and analysis for the OFS and financial sectors and more recently developing the firm’s suite of research offerings. Matt now leads the Westwood SECTORS Drilling & Production team in further developing and enhancing the analytics and online tool ‘Sectors’.
Matt joined Westwood after graduating from the University of Kent with a BSc (Hons) in Economics. Prior to completion of his degree, Matt spent a period of time working in the International Climate Change team at DECC as part of the Government Economic Service. Since joining Westwood, Matt has been lead author of numerous industry reports, covering Oilfield Equipment, Drilling & Well Services, Downstream Maintenance, Offshore MMO, Offshore Wind, Offshore Helicopters and the Macroeconomic outlook. Based in Faversham, Kent, Matt specialises in economic modelling and market forecasting, and has a keen working interest and knowledge of oilfield engineering and equipment application.
The Huxley room 341 is on the 3rd floor of the Huxley building (which is on ground level if you enter via the walkway from College Main entrance). If you enter via Queen’s Gate then you just need to go up the stairs and you are on level 3, you then turn left to the back of the stairs and around the corner. The Huxley building can be accessed directly from Queens Gate (180 Queens Gate).