Fluxys and Equinor have agreed to develop a major infrastructure project for transporting captured CO2 from emitters to safe storage sites in the North Sea, connecting Belgium to Norway. The project is in the feasibility stage, with an investment decision expected by 2025.
Time is running out for the EU to meet its 100 MW ocean energy deployment target by 2025 - but it isn’t too late, says a new report released by Ocean Energy Europe. Secure, decarbonized and affordable energy is a top EU priority, and this should be reflected in the timely implementation of its Offshore Renewables Strategy.
The Marine Renewable Energy Collaborative of New England (MRECo) congratulates the University of Rhode Island (URI) for its recent acceptance into the US Department of Energy’s Testing Expertise and Access for Marine Energy Research (TEAMER) program.
James Fisher and Sons plc (James Fisher), the global provider of specialist products and services to the energy, marine and defense industries, and Graig Shipping PLC (Graig), long established UK shipowner, have unveiled a pioneering service operation vessel (SOV) design concept.