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Dallas Office Energy Outlook - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7728/us-dallas-office-energy-outlook-2016-jllDallas Office Energy Outlook - 2016Look for renewable technologies like wind and solar to be bigger market drivers as established Dallas companies use this turbulent period as a reason to expand and reposition.
Denver Office Energy Outlook - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7729/us-denver-office-energy-outlook-2016-jllDenver Office Energy Outlook - 2016Sublease space is rising as contracting energy companies and energy-related service providers introduce additional sublease space to market. Mergers and acquisitions are also alive and well with notable Denver energy firms seizing on opportunities.
Fort Worth Office Energy Outlook - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7730/us-fort-worth-office-energy-outlook-2016-jllFort Worth Office Energy Outlook - 2016Occupancy levels remain stable in downtown Fort Worth, despite a number of energy tenants vacating space and energy remaining an important driver for the market.
Houston Industrial Energy Outlook - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7731/us-houston-industrial-energy-outlook-2016-jllHouston Industrial Energy Outlook - 2016Houston's midstream and downstream industrial tenants have opportunities in the market with increased options for space and the ability to leverage existing conditions for more favorable lease terms.
Houston Office Energy Outlook - 2016/united-states/en-us/research/7732/us-houston-office-energy-outlook-2016-jllHouston Office Energy Outlook - 2016The sublease market is ultra-competitive across Houston with numerous energy companies attempting to sublease excess space. As of midyear 2016, over 9.2 million square feet of Class A sublease space was available.