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Global Marine Laundry Equipment Market Insights Report 2022, Trends & Opportunities to 2028|Miele Marine, METOS, Loipart, Deyuan, DanUni Marine & Offshore etc

marine washing machines market Marine Laundry Equipment Market Report Coverage: Key Growth Drivers and Challenges, Segmentation and Regional Outlook, Top Industry Trends and Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, COVID-19 Impact analysis and projected recovery as well as market size and forecast. Latest started research related to Global Marine Washing Machine Market, it …

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Guide to selecting lighting for offshore wind energy applications

Lighting for offshore wind energy applications Offshore wind farms present a lighting challenge as they are constantly exposed to salt, wind and water. You need to specify a quality, heavy-duty fixture to withstand these conditions. lighting for one offshore wind farm must take into account a number of important considerations. …

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Ørsted christens the first SOV in Asia Pacific

Ørsted held a ceremony with Taiwanese shipping company Ta San Shang Marine Co. Ltd. at Taichung Port. off to christen and christen the first-ever purpose-built Service Operation Vessel (SOV). TSS pioneerin the Asia-Pacific region. TSS pioneeris the ‘home away from home’ for Ørsted’s O&M team and crew. It …

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Production Size, Share, Trends, Business Insights and Analysis Growth Forecast to 2031 – SMU Daily Mustang

Rockville, USA May 15, 2022 (Smudailymustang) – The Offshore Pipelines market report aims to provide an industry insight through detailed market segmentation. The report provides detailed information on the market overview and scope, its drivers, restraints and trends. This report aims to include qualitative and quantitative aspects of the industry …

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Norway is turning its back on gas and oil to become a renewable superpower

Norway has announced plans to significantly expand its offshore wind power production by 2040, aiming to turn a country that has built its wealth on oil and gas into an exporter of renewable electricity. The centre-left government, which has been criticized by environmentalists for continuing to support the oil and …

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Biden scraps three offshore oil lease sales and limits new drilling this year

Placeholder when loading item promotions The Interior Department confirmed Wednesday it will not go through with three proposed oil and gas lease sales in the Gulf of Mexico and off the coast of Alaska, taking millions of acres off the auction block. The decision, made as US gas prices have …

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CA Offshore Wind Energy: Energy Commission drafts targets

California’s Energy Commission has released a draft report outlining what some are calling “aggressive” goals for offshore wind power development in the Pacific Ocean — and Morro Bay is likely to play a key role in helping the state meet its goals. The draft report, which was posted to the …

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Global EMI Webinar Series

Learn about the latest development trends and hot topics in the energy, mining and infrastructure industries. Financing the Energy Transition: Global Trends in Renewables (7 April 2022)Access the webinarRenewable energy, which includes wind, solar and other renewable energies, hit a new investment record of $366 billion in commitments in 2021 …

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Standard ETC acquires 25% interest in Dolphin Drilling

Standard ETC, an Oslo Stock Exchange-listed company formerly known as Standard Drilling, has acquired 25% of offshore drilling operator Dolphin Drilling for $10 million through a share offering. Martin NesStandard ETC Chief Executive, said: “We are delighted to announce our investment in Dolphin Drilling, a company with deep industrial roots …

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China contagion threatens to derail world’s emerging markets

A widespread sell-off in China is rippling through emerging markets, threatening to wipe out growth and drag everything from stocks to currencies and bonds lower. Fresh Covid outbreaks – and the government’s tough policy to contain them – are worrying global investors who fear lockdowns in China will resonate around …

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Dark clouds on the horizon for electric vehicle batteries

The shift to renewable energy sources and electrified transportation represents a megatrend, a global seismic shift in energy production, storage and consumption. But dark clouds form, clouds reminiscent of another time. The United States has turned the supply chain for that future over to offshore suppliers of the critical materials …

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PGS ASA: First Quarter 2022 Results

PGS ASA challenging Q1 – Encouraging market outlook Snack Q1 2022 Revenue and other income of $136.2 million compared to $165.7 million in the first quarter of 2021 Higher contract revenue and delayed multi-client sales compared to Q1 2021 MultiClient pre-funding revenue decreased significantly due to a low volume of …

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Global Offshore Crane Market Evolving Trends & Opportunities In The Pandemic End Of COVID-19 To 2029 – Ripon College Days

Offshore Crane Market is a professional and detailed report that focuses on primary and secondary drivers, market shares, leading segments and geographical analysis. This analysis provides an examination of various market segments that can be relied on to observe the fastest development within the estimated forecast framework. The report includes …

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Will Biden’s Commerce Department Really Penalize Solar Power in Asia?

President Biden tours a solar plant in New Hampshire. Are these panels all made in Asia? Most … [+] probably yes. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) ASSOCIATED PRESS They are baa-aack. The Commerce Department is again probing US solar imports from Southeast Asia, most of them by Chinese multinationals, after dropping a …

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Firms are lining up to work with SeAH at its Teesside site, which employs 1,500 people

It turned out that a number of local companies were seeing the opportunity to get involved in the construction of a huge new offshore wind farm at Teesworks. The major supply chain event welcomed a total of 187 of Tees Valley’s biggest names from a range of sectors including Francis …

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Defense silently acquires Pacific Support Vessel

The defense has spent $93 million to acquire a used 5,204-ton offshore support vessel currently at anchor in the Canary Islands, replacing the “big-hulled” naval vessel that then-Defense Secretary Christopher Pyne said was it would be built in Western Australia in 2018. While Senate Estimates in October 2021 were told …

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In a push for co-ops and condominiums, the state budget supports wind farms

For New York City Co-op and condominium boards struggle to cut their buildings carbon emissions enough to meet the strict requirements Climate Mobilization Act, the state’s $220 billion budget for 2022-23 contains some welcome news. Crain reports that the budget primarily includes a record-breaking investment in renewable energy and in …

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Offshore Supply Vessel (OSV) Market 2022 Size, Share, Growth, Trends, COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Forecasts to 2028

The global offshore support vessels market size has been estimated at USD 22.27 billion in 2021 and USD 23.66 billion in 2022 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.40% to reach US$34.33 billion by 2028. Offshore Support Vessels (OSV) Market 2022-2028 A new …

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Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessels Market size, scope and forecast

New Jersey, United States – That Anchor Handling Tug Supply Vessel Market The report offers a comprehensive overview of important aspects that will drive market growth such as: B. Market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, industrial sector …

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Pas natural gas may not help Europe replace Russian supplies

Europe has been clamoring to buy more American natural gas in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. As the second largest natural gas producer in the country, Pennsylvania is going to win, right? Not necessarily. Some oil and gas industry experts say that while Pennsylvania is a major producer in …

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UK calls for revival of North Sea oil and natural gas development to reduce Russian imports

The UK government on Thursday unveiled an energy security strategy to reduce its reliance on fossil fuel imports that would revive offshore oil and gas production in the North Sea. The nation, like others in Europe, is trying to rid itself of Russian oil and natural gas imports. Their strategy …

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Harlem Globetrotters of Offshore Wind will put a new spin on the energy transition: Cole von Corio

Even for one of the fastest rising stars of the energy transition, the offshore wind industry, meeting the International Energy Agency’s forecast of 2 TW of turbines spinning by 2050 – out of the 49 GW currently installed – is an inevitable daunting task. But for Jonathan Cole, who came …

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Kongsberg Maritime wins two offshore wind contracts

Kongsberg Maritime (KM) has been awarded two orders, one with Integrated Wind Solutions (IWS) to supply two Commissioning Service Operation Vessels (CSOVs) with integrated equipment solution and the other with Sembcorp Marine to supply the Wind Turbine Installation Vessel (WTIV). comprehensive technology package. Under the contract with IWS, KM will …

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Sempra considers offshore wind project in Morro Bay

San Diego-based energy giant Sempra plans to invest in offshore wind in California. Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of the Fortune 500 company, and French multinational TotalEnergies on Thursday announced the signing of two letters of intent — one for a liquefied natural gas, or LNG, project that Sempra plans to …

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Shell fuels Olympus tie-back in the Gulf of Mexico

The oil company Shell has started production from a deep-sea connection to its production center Olympus, thereby opening up further added value in the US Gulf of Mexico. Shell announced the start of production power napan underwater development with an estimated peak production of 20,000 barrels of oil equivalent per …

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Russian gas supplies cannot be replaced overnight

HE Minister of State for Energy Affairs Eng Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi said Qatar could not help immediately and no one could replace Russian supplies. He also ruled out that the Ukraine crisis will fundamentally change the way oil and gas costs are paid in the long term. In a …

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Rhode Island leaders want ‘bold’ commitment to offshore wind energy | News, Sports, Jobs

BY JENNIFER McDERMOTT Associated Press Rhode Island leaders want offshore wind power to provide more of the state’s electricity to solidify its position as an industrial hub, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and set an example for other states looking to stave off the worst effects of a warming …

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Orient Cable wins EUR 240 million contract for 1 GW project in China

Orient Cable (NBO) has been awarded a €240 million contract for a 1GW offshore wind project developed by Guangdong Energy in Yangjiang, Guangdong Province, China. The EPCI contract includes the supply, engineering, transportation, installation and pre-commissioning of two 60-kilometer 500 kV 3-conductor export cables. According to the company, the project …

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Fast-track to offshore wind projects to drive down electricity prices, Ryan says

According to Environment and Climate Secretary Eamon Ryan, a new permitting regime for large offshore wind developments will provide security for developers while reducing electricity prices and dependence on fossil fuels for decades to come. The new maritime regulatory regime will be put in place to speed up offshore wind …

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The housing shortage in the NWA is made worse by problems in the material supply chain

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – There is high demand for housing in Northwest Arkansas, and local builders say building materials are hard to come by. The prices for lumber, steel and concrete also change daily. Supply chain issues, largely caused by the pandemic and exacerbated by the war in Ukraine, are …

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Ukraine crisis threatens oil demand and investment, OPEC says

The Ukraine crisis threatens to deepen rising inflation, which in turn hurts oil demand and investment, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) said, Bloomberg reported. Global crude oil prices hit a 13-year high of $139 a barrel last week as Western sanctions on Russian supplies tightened the already-strained …

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Wind Turbines Could Covertly Reverse an Unexpected Effect of Climate Change – Here’s How

offshore wind is They will move farther and farther from shore as demand for renewable energy grows and new floating turbine technology enables deepwater extension. However, for the first time large areas of the British continental shelf now open for development are ‘seasonally stratified’. David Attenborough has described these seasonal …

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Potential for 1,300 floating offshore wind turbines by 2030

Clarkson’s Renewables Intelligence Network sees a global potential for 14.5 GW of electricity generated by 1,300 floating offshore wind turbines by 2030. This represents a huge expansion for Floating Wind, where only 10 projects of 124 MW are active and another 8 projects of 165 MW are under construction. The …

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Rising gas prices make Scottish offshore wind power essential

Rising gas prices highlight the need to ramp up Scottish offshore wind and hydrogen, the energy secretary will later say. Michael Matheson will later present the need for “a more consistent and stable form of energy supply” at the Scottish Renewables Offshore Wind Conference in Glasgow. UK and European gas …

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The debate over the domestic mineral supply chain continues after Biden canceled mining leases in Minnesota

The US sources over 50% of the minerals it uses to make building materials and electric cars from other countries. The company Twin Metals tried to change that by opening an underground mine in northeastern Minnesota. MINNEAPOLIS — The push to develop a cheaper way to make phone batteries and …

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The Australian state of Victoria sets out a rapid growth plan for offshore wind power

MELBOURNE, March 4 (Reuters) – Australia’s state of Victoria on Friday set targets of at least 2 gigawatts (GW) of offshore wind power by 2032 and 9 GW by 2040, setting ambitious targets to fill a gap in electricity supply than coal close – fired plants shut down. Australia, which …

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TotalEnergies could lose the South African license if there is no production plan by September

CAPE TOWN, March 2 (Reuters) – Oil major TotalEnergies (TTEF.PA) could see its license to develop a major South African offshore gas find scrapped if it doesn’t submit a production plan by September, the oil and gas regulator said on Thursday. TotalEnergies discovered two large gas fields, Brulpadda and Luiperd, …

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FACT SHEET: President Biden highlights investments in clean energy manufacturing and delivery that lower consumer costs, strengthen the US energy sector and create high-paying jobs

President Biden championed a bold vision to address the climate crisis with the urgency science demands, using the opportunity to build a strong domestic energy sector that can produce and deploy clean energy for the benefit of all Americans—at a lower cost to families , well-paying jobs for workers and …

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Oil and Gas in Scotland: experts on how to make the most of an uncertain future

ROCKETING Fuel costs, the climate emergency and the Ukraine crisis have put Scotland’s oil and gas industry back in the spotlight, with heated debates over how best to manage the transition to net zero by 2045. Many climate advocates believe that at least no new oil and gas fields should …

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Northrop Grumman supplies the Marine Corps with a next-generation man-portable target device

Workers at Northrop Grumman’s plant in Apopka, Fla., produce components for advanced radio frequency and electro-optical infrared defense systems in October 2021. (Northrop Grumman) According to a company news release Tuesday, the Marine Corps awarded Northrop Grumman a $252 million contract to provide infantry troops with the next generation of …

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SBM Offshore N : expresses interest in Northern Ireland floating offshore wind project

Speaking at an industry event this morning at the Titanic Hotel in Belfast, Niamh Kenny, project manager for the proposed 400MW North Channel Wind floating wind project, said if it goes ahead the development could be vital for Northern Ireland. “We are investigating two sites in the North Channel, midway …

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RWE and Tata Power are developing offshore wind projects in India

Germany-based energy company RWE has partnered with Indian utility Tata Power to explore the potential for joint development of offshore wind projects in India. Tata Power subsidiary Tata Power Renewable Energy has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with RWE Renewables, RWE’s renewable energy business. The collaboration comes after the …

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ExxonMobil brings second major offshore project in Guyana online

At a time when oil prices are skyrocketing and global supply is struggling to meet rapidly recovering energy demand, ExxonMobil and its partners have added 220,000 b/d of oil production capacity to their offshore Guyana project. Production has commenced on the second offshore oil development at the prolific Stabroek block. …

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Offshore Wind Market Will See Huge Growth From 2022 To 2028 : Wirtgen, SANY Group, Rhino Equipment

This press release was originally distributed by SBWire Edison, NJ – (SBWIRE) – 02/17/2022 – The offshore wind market (COVID-19 version) has shown steady growth over the past few years and is expected to grow at a good pace during the forecast period 2022-2028. The exploration provides a 360° view …

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GE and Hyundai Electric bring Haliade-X offshore wind turbine to South Korea

GE Renewable Energy and Hyundai Electric & Energy Systems plan to establish a strategic industrial partnership to support the growth of offshore wind energy in South Korea. The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Wednesday, February 16 to form the strategic offshore wind partnership in South Korea. …

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Construction begins on New York’s first offshore wind farm

New York State broke ground on Friday with its first offshore wind farm, sparking a boom in similar projects aimed at transforming the state’s — and the nation’s — energy mix. The South Fork wind project off the coast of Long Island is scheduled to be operational by the end …

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Global Oil & Gas Offshore Support Vessels Market Research Report 2021

Understand the impact of COVID-19 on the Oil & Gas Offshore Supply Vessels Market with our analysts monitoring the situation around the world. Report description: Market Strides published report titled Offshore Oil & Gas Supply Vessels Market by Type, Application, Regional Analysis, Growth Opportunity and Industry Forecast 2021-2027. The Oil …

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Event providing insights into the changing industry as Offshore Energies UK enters week one

The future of offshore energy will be the focus of an event to mark the first week of the UK’s leading integrated energy trade association, Offshore Energies UK. Senior industry figures will join OEUK CEO Deirdre Michie to discuss how companies are working together to create cleaner offshore energy. Many …

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OGUK rebrands as Offshore Energies UK – News

Offshore Energy UK In addition to oil and gas, Offshore Energies UK will champion low-carbon offshore energy technologies, including carbon capture and storage, hydrogen production and offshore wind energy. OIL & Gas UK (OGUK) changes name to Offshore Energies UK (OEUK) and expands to include offshore low-carbon energy technologies being …

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Offshore Support Vessels (OSV) Sales Market Research Report 2021 Segmented by Applications, Geography, Trends and Forecast 2028 – Cleveland Sports Zone

GET SAMPLE REPORTBUY FULL REPORT Global Sales market for offshore support vessels (OSV). Research is an intelligence report where painstaking efforts are made to study the correct and valuable information. The data under consideration was created taking into account both the existing top players and the upcoming competitors. The business …

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President Aliyev says more gas supplies will reach foreign markets in 2022

President Ilham Aliyev said European energy markets would see more gas flowing from Azerbaijan on the southern gas corridor in 2022 amid market instability that could lead to a volatile energy crisis. President Aliyev’s remarks were made on Friday at the 8th ministerial meeting of the Southern Gas Corridor (SGC) …

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The teenager is playing his part in the construction of the world’s largest offshore wind farm, just a stone’s throw from his home

A Nafferton teenager is helping build the world’s largest offshore wind farm after completing an apprenticeship with the project’s civil engineering company. Fin Needham, 18, lives not far from the East Riding sites where onshore work was being carried out to prepare the first two phases of the wind farm …

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The chaos in the supply chain and the standstill in the ports could drag on into 2023

The timetable for a correction in container shipping is receding further and further into the background. The first forecasts for a downturn were for October 2020 after the Golden Week holiday in China. Then it was after Lunar New Year 2021, then mid-2021, then late last year, then after Lunar …

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Build OSVs with racing technology for improved operations

Seacat Scepter Brings Racing Technology for Improved Seakeeping and Operations (Chartwell Marine) Published 01/26/2022 19:57 by The Maritime Executive Demands on the offshore wind supply chain are increasing as more wind farms are built that are both larger and further from the sea. Designers want to make the ships both …

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Plans for floating wind energy projects off the UK coast receive a funding boost

This 2018 image shows a floating wind turbine in waters off the coast of France. SEBASTIEN SALOM GOMIS | AFP | Getty Images Eleven projects focusing on floating wind technology are one step closer to completion following an investment tranche aimed at making the most of Britain’s windswept shores. The …

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Schlumberger sees capital spending increase of 20% or more in North America in 2022: CEO

The recovery from the coronavirus pandemic continues to improve the energy landscape as both oil prices and demand gather momentum around the world after two quiet years of spending and drilling austerity, oilfield services giant Schlumberger said Jan. 21. Schlumberger expects “a period of stronger rebound in short-cycle activity” in …

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How a volcano separated Tonga from the world

At least three people were swept away by the waves, including Angela Glover, who was originally from England. She had moved to Tonga and opened an animal shelter with her husband, who was a tattoo artist. After the volcano erupted, she posted a photo of a red, glorious sunset on …

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Six Key Offshore Wind Issues in 2022 – Westwood

The following is a guest column from Westwood Global Energy Group Lead Analysts Michelle Gomez, Bahzad Ayoub and Ruth Chen. The offshore wind industry had another record year in 2021. Around 18.6 GW of capacity was put into operation – the highest annual increase in the industry. Mainland China’s push …

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Forever Oceans signs agreement with the Brazilian government for the world’s largest offshore concession for sustainable fish production

BRASILIA, Brazil — Bill Bien, the CEO of Forever Oceans, a leading sustainable seafood innovator, today met with Jorge Seif Junior, Minister of Aquaculture and Fisheries of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Supplies to sign a concession agreement bringing Brazil is pursuing to become an emerging leader in sustainable …

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Kenyan-Chinese relations gain new impetus from visit – world

State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi (right) and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta visit the China-built Kipevu Oil Terminal offshore project in the coastal city of Mombasa, capital of Kenya, Jan. 6, 2022. [Photo/Xinhua] When Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi addressed the …

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Connection of offshore wind energy to the grid

The fourth round of the UK government’s Contracts for Difference (CfD) auction scheme, designed to boost investment in low-carbon energy, has begun and aims to support 12GW of new generation capacity. It will provide £285m annually in support for low-carbon energy production, which the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial …

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What to Consider When Buying Your Offshore Stocks in 2022

Columnists What to Consider When Buying Your Offshore Stocks in 2022 Friday January 14th 2022 People visit the electric car maker Tesla’s showroom in the El Corte Ingles store in Lisbon. The company and technology-oriented firms are among the best performing stocks to invest in. PHOTO | AFP From RUFAS …

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BNOW debuts scholarships for students interested in offshore wind careers

Liz Burdock The Business Network for Offshore Wind has launched its new Rising Star: Offshore Wind Scholarship to develop the next generation of leadership positions in the offshore wind sector. As it expands rapidly to meet the demand for renewable energy, the U.S. offshore wind industry needs skilled, intelligent, and …

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Daily Oil Price Fundamental Forecast – Speculators are betting on the escalation of supply problems in Kazakhstan

US West Texas Intermediate and international Brent crude oil futures gave way on Friday as traders weighed delivery concerns over the civil unrest in Kazakhstan and outages in Libya against a US labor market report that fell short of expectations and its potential impact on Federal Reserve policies. On Friday …

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Bulkers wait offshore as Indonesia prepares to lift coal export ban

Indonesia halted export shipments of coal while increasing domestic shipments (file photo) Published January 7, 2022 6:50 PM by The maritime executive Indonesia appears ready to lift its coal export ban just a week after sending shock waves across world markets declaring that it is suspending all export shipments for …

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South Korean 1.5 GW offshore floating wind and energy storage project approved

Singapore-based underwater engineering company G8 has received approval to continue plans for a 1.5 GW offshore wind project agreed with South Korean industrial conglomerate Holim Tech. The offshore wind farm is to be coupled with a next-generation lithium-ion energy storage system with an ultra-long service life from G8 technology partner …

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Algeria’s Sonatrach presents a five-year investment plan worth $ 40 billion

Sonatrach will invest the money in gas exploration and production as well as oil exploration, production and refining. Photo credit: Anita Starzycka / Pixabay. Algeria’s state-owned oil company Sonatrach reportedly plans to invest $ 40 billion over five years through 2026. According to a report by Agence France Presse, the …

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Why Nova Scotia Fossil Fuel Megaprojects Are Going Too Bankrupt

Several of Nova Scotia’s energy mega-projects have failed in the past few months and years, and some say society’s shift towards renewable energy is the reason. AltaGas, the company with plans to store up to 10 billion cubic feet of natural gas in underground caverns along the Shubenacadie River, announced …

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Offshore Supply Vessels (OSV) Market 2021-2028, By Types, Applications, and Key Players – Tidewater, Island Offshore Management, Hornbeck, Farstad Shipping, Tidewater – Industrial IT

The current report on “Offshore Supply Vessels (OSV) Market Report 2021 by Main Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2028 “ offered by Credible markets, includes a comprehensive study of the geographic landscape, the size of the industry and the company’s sales estimate. In addition, the report also …

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Offshore Support Vessels Market Size 2021-2028, by Types, Applications & Key Players – Farstad Shipping Asa, Oceanpact, Finarge, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Deep Sea – Industrial IT

Offshore Support Vessel Operation Market report is a perfect foundation for those who seek for comprehensive study and analysis of the Offshore Support Vessel Operation market. This report presents the diverse study and information to help you understand your niche and focus on the major market channels in the regional …

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Political focus: Europe’s offshore energy strategy

Europe is surrounded by water: the north, the Mediterranean, the Baltic and Black Seas, and the Atlantic. Offshore renewable energy is also more than just wind farms and includes tidal and wave power, floating solar panels and algae biofuels. But what role can renewable offshore energies play in the future …

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The strong women of the tea gardens

It was noon on October 6, 2018. A woman was sitting under a mahogany tree in the Sreemangal Upazila Health Complex in Moulvibazar. Another woman was holding a newborn baby wrapped in a blanket. A couple of men were there too. I approached them out of curiosity, only to hear …

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Regulators are ordering Shell’s Prelude LNG for a safety review

File image courtesy of Shell Published 24 Dec 2021 12:15 by The maritime executive After Australia’s National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority (NOPSEMA) ordered Shell to shut down its giant Prelude LNG offshore gas facility until it can demonstrate it has made safety improvements. Earlier this month, a …

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The Christmas supply chain crisis has been averted, explain Biden and the FedEx CEO

WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 (Reuters) – President Joe Biden said before meeting with US officials and private companies including FedEx (FDX.N) that US measures to clean up supply chain confusion have averted a pre-Christmas crisis. On Wednesday. Biden set up a task force in June to address the high prices and …

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Litgrid: starts preparing a feasibility study for offshore wind integration

The Lithuanian power transmission system operator Litgrid is continuing its cooperation with the Japanese energy company TEPCO Power Grid and is starting to prepare a study to evaluate technical and economic alternatives for offshore wind integration. The study is carried out taking into account the objectives of the National Energy …

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Climate change is creating bottlenecks in the supply chain – and your supermarkets are not prepared for it

Before the days of antiseptic supermarkets, with their fluorescent lights and linoleum floors, food was sold in very different types of markets, most of which were unsuitable for a modern day health inspector. Take medieval Europe: even the stockiest of today’s carnivores would have felt a little queasy to see …

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The state gives two companies the green light to expand offshore wind energy

A completed five-turbine wind farm off Block Island, RI Deepwater Wind Photo. When the Maryland Public Service Commission awarded two offshore wind energy companies leases for the construction of turbines off the coast of Ocean City in 2017, it came as a surprise – even for the energy developers themselves. …

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IKM Subsea confirms the contract with Buzios ROV Services with

December 16, 2021 Skandi Santos / Photo credit: Celso Marino – MarineTraffic.com Oslo-based AKOFS Offshore, a subsea borehole intervention and installation company, signed a three-year contract with the Brazilian company Petrobras for its Skandi Santos last week. Under the contract, Skandi Santos will perform a wide range of subsea services …

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Biden Government Focus on Offshore Wind Power: DOI’s Plan and Other Recent Developments | Holland & Knight LLP

US Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced in October that the Biden administration would open up the US coast to large-scale offshore wind farms. At a wind industry conference in Boston, Haaland outlined a plan under which her agency’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) would potentially sponsor up …

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Former FX official says China should avoid excessive yuan appreciation

SHANGHAI: Avoiding excessive yuan appreciation should be one of China’s priorities in dealing with market expectations and regulations, said a former senior official with the country’s foreign exchange regulator. One challenge to exchange rate fluctuations or flexibility is that the currency could overshoot, deviating from its economic fundamentals, said Guan …

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Norway’s first hydrogen ships are awaiting delivery of fuel for launch by 2024

Rendering of the Topeka design for a Ro-Ro for operation with hydrogen on the west coast of Norway (Wilhelmsen) Published 12/9/2021 5:12 PM by The maritime executive The Norwegian government has allocated US $ 25 million for a project to build two zero-emission hydrogen-powered ships for operation in the offshore …

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Baker Hughes Turbomachinery powers Pluto LNG Train 2 | Rigzone

Baker Hughes, a large oilfield services company, has received an order from Bechtel to supply gas turbines and centrifugal compressors for the expansion of Woodside’s Pluto LNG processing plant in Western Australia. Pluto Train 2, using Baker Hughes’ technology, will be one of the most efficient LNG trains in Australia …

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Nippon Foundation and DeepStar launch joint

The Nippon Foundation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the offshore technology development consortium DeepStar to establish a joint research and development program focused on the decarbonization of offshore oil and gas, with a focus on renewable energies and the environment. The initial program budget is up to …

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Supply chain chaos: Holiday Edition :: exploreClarion.com

CLARION, Pennsylvania (EYT) – Michael Patton of Patton Financial Advising submitted the following article: Supply Chain Chaos: Holiday Edition. The supply chain is the network through which products flow from suppliers ‘factories to retailers’ inventories so that they can ultimately be bought by consumers. Corporate supply chains have been under …

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New Japanese owner and Nordex turbines for 300 MW wind farm in Texas

Nordex has received an order to supply 67 N155 / 4.X turbines in 4.5 MW operating mode for the 300MW El Sauz El Sauz (300 MW) countryWillacy County, Texas, USA, North America Click here for full details Wind farm in Willacy County, Texas, which was acquired this week by Jera …

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Renewable energies are seeing record growth in 2021, but supply chain problems loom

2021 is well on its way to breaking a global record for renewable energy growth, according to the latest renewable energy market report from the International Energy Agency. And this despite skyrocketing raw material prices, which could make the transition to clean energy more difficult in the future. With 290 …

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Mexico’s CFE plans to expand its offshore natural gas pipeline for $ 4.5 billion

Mexican state energy utility Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE) announced on Thursday that it is developing a $ 4.5 billion project with the Sener Department of Energy and the Sistrangas pipeline network operator Centro Nacional de Control del Gas Natural (Cenagas) to expand natural gas access on the Yucatán Peninsula. …

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Black Friday causes toxic congestion in US ports and warehouses

With millions of Americans rushing to take advantage of Black Friday deals this weekend, the shopping spree will add to a pollution crisis in American ports. For months, disrupted supply chains have been polluting the port districts with more pollution than they normally can endure. The holiday season will make …

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Carl: Biden’s war on American energy

From day one in office, President Biden and his administration have been at war with American energy. Less than a year after his presidency, we are already feeling the negative effects of his policy on the pump, on our heating bill and on the prices of practically all consumer goods. …

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Opinion / Editorial: Virginia Seizes Opportunity to Lead in Wind Energy |

Dominion already has the first offshore wind turbine in federal waters, a pilot project with two giant turbines off Virginia Beach. It is interesting and encouraging that the surveillance shows that the underwater supports for the turbines have become a haven for marine life. Siemens Gamesa cited its existing partnership …

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My Squishy Little Dumplings: The hot toy everyone wants

Dart is part of a family of interactive dumplings from toy maker WowWee that hit stores in mid-July. They’re basically what the name suggests – squeezable but inedible dumplings that are big enough to fit in the palm of your hand. And they’re getting harder and harder to find. As …

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Dana Petroleum awards PD & MS-FPSO engineering contract

Up to 80 jobs are to be created in Aberdeen after the engineering and construction company PD&MS has landed a “significant” North Sea contract. The company will be undertaking a series of engineering modifications and offshore construction work on Dana Petroleum’s Triton and Western Isles FPSO facilities. The contract has …

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Where are the water meters for Gainesville? Maybe stuck somewhere offshore

Water Resources Linda MacGregor said they expect to receive the water meters it needs in January, which means some developers who have already requested them will wait several months. The main component that is scarce, according to MacGregor, is brass fittings that help connect the water pipe to the meter. …

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National perspective on the supply chain

A key force driving US supply chain problems is the lack of warehouse space combined with a dramatic increase in consumer demand in the states. On November 5, the National Conference of State Legislatures held a summit meeting to discuss supply chain issues. Ray LaHood, co-chair of Building America’s Future, …

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