The design of a brand new European insurance fund for the ocean energy sector is underway, to slash the costs of the first commercial projects and accelerate the roll-out of this exciting new industry.
Fast-tracked by advances in technology and increasing customer demand for sustainable supply chains, A.P. Moller - Maersk accelerates the efforts to decarbonize marine operations with the launch of the world’s first carbon neutral liner vessel in 2023 - seven years ahead of the initial 2030-ambition.
Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference (OEEC) will take place in Amsterdam RAI on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 26-27, 2021. The 14th edition of OEEC will have a physical exhibition floor and content program combined with an online event and matchmaking environment. The dates for the event were selected after an inquiry amongst our community.
The Business Network for Offshore Wind, the leading non-profit advocate for U.S. offshore wind at the state, federal and global levels, is hosting an OSW CareerMatch Job Fair, the only national offshore wind job fair. The Job Fair will take place virtually on March 10 and feature top companies, including Avangrid, Boskalis, and more.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has announced they have issued a lease for the first wave energy research project in federal waters off the U.S. West Coast. This lease represents another step forward in achieving the Biden administration’s goals to address climate change and promote offshore renewable energy production.
2H Offshore Engineering Ltd, an Acteon company, has been granted ‘Fit for Offshore Renewables’ status by Offshore Renewable Energy Catapult.
The American Petroleum Institute (API) has welcomed new clean energy research and development funding unveiled by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) under President Biden.
New analysis from Westwood Global Energy Group (Westwood), the specialist energy market research and consultancy firm, reveals Total will outpace clean energy majors Iberdrola and Ørsted on renewable power capacity by 2030.
The Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has approved a revised plan for development and operation (PDO) for partial electrification of the Sleipner field center. The field center will be tied to the Utsira High area solution, and Sleipner is expected to cut emissions by more than 150,000 tonnes of CO₂ per year.