VesselCube is a global database of offshore vessel supply and demand, with complete coverage of historical and future vessel demand from platforms, rigs, subsea facilities and offshore wind installations. Driven by bottom-up data on rig mooring, platform supply, cable-lay, xmas-trees, turbines, foundations, and offshore substations, split along several market dimensions.
Understand the drivers of the offshore vessel market
Get a complete overview of global trends
Find O&M opportunities by exploring the installed base of various categories of offshore infrastructure
Analyze upcoming projects that have yet to be sanctioned
Understand demand for key services and components on upcoming offshore projects.
Managers and strategists focusing on the supply chain for offshore vessel markets:
Engineering, procurement, and construction companies.
Equipment and service suppliers.
Consulting and advisory firms.
Banks, investors, and funds.
VesselCube can be used to analyze the global Vessel demand. Understand which regions will have the highest demand for Vessels over the coming years, and which job types or vessel types will represent the demand. Identify which operational environment and in which segments demand will grow going forward.
VesselCube can be used to understand how the rig market is affected by various oil price scenarios. Dig down to examine vessel demand for specific projects in all corners of the globe, along with the associated breakeven price. Remove projects with high breakeven prices to see downside in a low oil price scenario.
Find O&M opportunities by exploring the installed base of infrastructure within the various offshore segments.
RigCube can be used to analyze the supply of rigs on a monthly, quarterly or yearly basis. Study rig owner fleet development or newbuild construction and retirement trends. The tool can also be used for rig selection – to review equipment specs, availability and rate development in certain regions for selected rig types. Every unit is ranked with a static rig score.
Demand and supply can be measured on a single axis for 1:1 comparison. Both demand and supply side perspectives are built from bottom-up data on rig mooring, platform supply, pipelay, cablelay, xmas-trees, wind turbines, foundations and offshore substations, split along several market dimensions.