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BOEM and USACE Collaborate to Meet Offshore Wind Goals

In order to increase renewable energy production in offshore waters and help the Administration meet its commitment to deploy 30 gigawatts of offshore wind energy by 2030, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) have entered into an agreement in support of planning and reviewing renewable energy projects on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS).

BOEM and USACE Collaborate to Meet Offshore Wind Goals

Registration Open for Offshore Energy 2021

The registration for Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference 2021 is now live! The event, to be held on October 26 - 27 in Amsterdam RAI, the Netherlands, will attract thousands of offshore professionals and hundreds of exhibiting companies.

Registration Open for Offshore Energy 2021

SPE Offshore Europe Live Event Moves to February 2022

The organizers of SPE Offshore Europe 2021 have announced that the show’s face-to-face event is moving to 1-4 February 2022 at P&J Live, Aberdeen and the conference will run virtually from 7-10 September 2021.

SPE Offshore Europe Live Event Moves to February 2022

Equinor Presents Strategy to Accelerate Energy Transition

Equinor has set a clear ambition to become a net zero energy company by 2050, including emissions from production and final consumption. Today, Equinor also sets interim ambitions, aiming to reduce net carbon intensity with 20% by 2030 and 40% by 2035.

Equinor Presents Strategy to Accelerate Energy Transition

Wison Delivers China's First Floating Wind Platform

Wison Offshore & Marine Co., Ltd. (“WOM") has announced official completion of its semi- submersible foundation platform for the Three Gorges Guangdong Floating Offshore Wind Power Project developed by China Three Gorges (“CTG”).

Wison Delivers China's First Floating Wind Platform

North Carolina Governor Calls for Additional 8 GW of Offshore Wind Energy

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has issued an executive order calling for the development of 2.8 GW of offshore wind power by 2030, and 8 GW by 2040. Governor Cooper’s executive order builds on a 2018 order to transition the state to clean energy and a 2021 report highlighting how North Carolina could capture economic benefits from the estimated $100 billion U.S. offshore wind market if it took steps to embrace the industry. With today’s announcement, U.S. states commitments to offshore wind power generation total 40 GW, stretching from the Carolinas to the Gulf of Maine.

North Carolina Governor Calls for Additional 8 GW of Offshore Wind Energy
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