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Energy Voice’s #Oil18 – Coming off the ropes

In the boxing ring, it’s the work off the ropes that counts.

In 1994, 20 years after his debut heavyweight champ George Foreman found himself deep in the 10th round. Battered, bruised, pushed to the brink, it was the strength he found coming off the ropes to secure him a knock out win.

In 2018, three years after the most devastating downturn in the oil industry to date, Energy Voice and its partners ask, how should the sector come off the ropes?
And what does all of this mean for oil in 2018 and beyond?

Your input will help Energy Voice determine what, where and when we can expect the next big offshore breaks. The research results will be revealed at an exclusive event at this year’s Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas. They will also be published in print and online.
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Energy Voice - Survey

As oil prices recover what do you expect to happen to the offshore market in 2018? 1=Least Likely, 5=Extremely Likely

As oil prices recover what do you expect to happen to the offshore market in 2019? 1=Least likely, 5=Highly likely

What do you think are the biggest challenges facing the offshore section right now? 1=Low challenge, 5= High challenge

What are your main business challenges right now? 1=Low challenge, 5=Big challenge

What has the downcycle affected the most in how businesses operate going forward? 1=Least affective, 5 = Most affective

Which markets would you most likely consider diversifying into? 1=low chance, 5=high chance

Which markets would you most likely consider diversifying into? 1=low chance, 5=high chance

Is OPEC effective at the following?

What technological gaps should be addressed? (1=most important 5=least important)

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