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Next Step for Hywind Tampen

Hywind Tampen project is now moving from Stord to the deep-water site at Dommersnes where the concrete slipforming of the spar-substructures will be completed. This is the first concrete slipforming for an offshore project on the Norwegian continental shelf since the Troll A platform was delivered in 1995.

Next Step for Hywind Tampen

CGG and dCarbonX Sign Agreement for Decarbonization Exploration

CGG has signed a strategic agreement to support dCarbonX in the subsurface assessment of its operated clean energy projects offshore Ireland and the UK (which include geothermal energy and storage sites for CO2, hydrogen and ammonia). Such projects are critical in the ongoing energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy systems.

CGG and dCarbonX Sign Agreement for Decarbonization Exploration

Aker Solutions Completes First Phase of the Hywind Tampen Construction

The first part of the construction of the Hywind Tampen concrete foundations was finalized this week at Aker Solutions’ yard in Stord, Norway. The 11 substructures are currently being towed to Vindafjord where the rest of the slip-forming and mechanical outfitting will be completed.

Aker Solutions Completes First Phase of the Hywind Tampen Construction

Feedering the Next Generation Wind Turbines

Barge Master has the solution for feedering the Next Generation Wind Turbines; the BM-Feeder. This new motion compensated platform with its adjustable payload capacity is capable of feedering all Turbine components, including future generations WTG’s.

Feedering the Next Generation Wind Turbines

Seanergy Postponed Until September 2021

Seanergy has postponed due to COVID with the support of our platinum sponsor EDF Renewables, a world leader in renewable energy electricity.

Seanergy Postponed Until September 2021

Equinor and Partners Strike Oil in the Norwegian Sea

Equinor and partners Total E&P Norge AS and Vår Energi AS have struck oil and gas in a new segment belonging to the Tyrihans field in the Norwegian Sea. Recoverable resources are so far estimated at between 3.0 and 4.2 million standard cubic meters of recoverable oil equivalent, corresponding to 19 – 26 million barrels of oil equivalent.

Equinor and Partners Strike Oil in the Norwegian Sea
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