As part of the Biden-Harris administration’s goal of deploying 30 gigawatts of offshore wind energy capacity by 2030, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has announced it will initiate the environmental review of a proposed 2,430-megawatt wind energy project offshore Massachusetts.
The Methanol Institute has welcomed multi-disciplinary methanol consultancy GREEN MARINE as its latest member.
The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy (MPE) has approved a total of nine plans for development and operation (PDOs) and one plan for installation and operation (PIO), all operated by Aker BP.
The HOPE (Hydrogen Offshore Production for Europe) project consortium has signed a €20 million grant agreement with the European Commission. This followed the positive evaluation of the proposal submitted by the partners in response to the call for proposals issued by the Clean Hydrogen Partnership, co-founded and co-financed by the European Union.
In a new project win, Ramboll will develop the electrical infrastructure for the planned energy island in the Danish North Sea. The contract has a value of DKK 225 million over 10 years.
The energy island in the North Sea will be key to powering Europe with renewable energy.
TotalEnergies announces the signature of an agreement with Petronas and Mitsui to develop a carbon storage project in Southeast Asia. The partners will evaluate several CO2 storage sites in the Malay Basin, including both saline aquifers and depleted offshore fields. This partnership aims to develop a CO2 merchant storage service to decarbonize industrial customers in Asia.
TotalEnergies announces the signature of a Strategic Collaboration Agreement with Gentari Renewables Sdn Bhd, the clean energy solutions company of Petronas, to develop renewable energy projects in the Asia Pacific region. Already collaborating in the upstream sector in 8 countries around the world, this agreement further strengthens TotalEnergies’ partnership with Petronas in the energy transition.
Global OTEC has been granted Approval in Principle (AiP) by Lloyd’s Register (LR) for a barge to support the world’s first-of-a-kind floating Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) system. The 1.5MW floating unit named Dominique, is being designed by Global OTEC and set to be installed in São Tomé and Príncipe in 2025.
RINA, an inspection, certification and consulting engineering multinational, and AFRY, a European leader in engineering, design, and advisory services, have undertaken an initial study of how the Gulf region and Europe could be linked directly with a pipeline to transport low-carbon hydrogen, a key component in climate-friendly energy and industry systems of the future.