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Norway Coalition Talks Start, with Climate and Oil in Focus

Sep 14, 2021

Norway's Labour Party began coalition talks with other members of the center-left bloc on Tuesday seeking to form a government after their parliamentary election victory, with the focus on climate change and oil.Labour leader Jonas Gahr Stoere must…

Chevron to Triple Low-carbon Investments

Sep 14, 2021

U.S. oil producer Chevron Corp on Tuesday pledged to triple to $10 billion its investments in low-carbon fuel and projects through 2028 amid pressure to boost clean-energy markets.Oil producers globally have stepped up plans to transition to a less carbon intensive production…

InfraStrata Proposes Name Change to Harland & Wolff

Sep 14, 2021

InfraStrata, the UK quoted company focused on strategic infrastructure projects and physical asset lifecycle management, has applied to Companies House to trade under the name Harland & Wolff Group Holdings plc.The company, which in 2019 bought Harland & Wolff…

Cotta Named Supply Chain Manager for Mayflower Wind

Sep 14, 2021

Massachusetts offshore wind developer Mayflower Wind announced it has hired Will Cotta as its supply chain manager.Cotta, who has experience working with the Mass Clean Energy Center and the offshore wind industry, is charged with growing Mayflower’s…

TGS Kicks Off Offshore Seismic Survey in Mauritania

Sep 14, 2021

Norwegian seismic data firm TGS has announced the start-up of a new 2D seismic survey in the MSGBC Basin, offshore Mauritania.The survey, North-West Africa Atlantic Margin (NWAAM) 2021, will comprise 7,500 kilometers of seismic data, with a modern broadband acquisition set-up…

Japan to Open Bidding for Akita Area Offshore Wind Farm

Sep 14, 2021

Japan's industry ministry will open bidding for an area off Akita, northern Japan, for the development of an offshore wind farm while designating four 'promising areas' and identifying 10 as potentially suitable for development, it said in a statement…

Ampelmann First to Deploy Motion-Compensated Gangway in China's Offshore Wind Sector

Sep 14, 2021

Dutch offshore access provider Ampelmann has signed its first contract offshore China, to provide the A-type gangway to Guangdong Safety New Energy for the offshore wind works off Guangdong province. Ampelmann said it was able to secure this…

Norway Allocates Two Areas for CO2 storage

Sep 14, 2021

The Norwegian government on September 10 announced two areas for applications related to injection and storage of CO2 on the Norwegian continental shelf, based on interest from several players in the industry.'Capture and storage of CO 2 is…

Siemens Gamesa Opens Offshore Wind Nacelle Assembly Plant in Taiwan

Sep 14, 2021

Offshore wind turbine maker Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has officially inaugurated its new offshore facility in Taichung, Taiwan, the company’s first offshore nacelle assembly facility outside of Europe. The facility will now be starting regular operations…

BHP Handing Smaller than Expected $3.9B Clean-up tab to Woodside in Oil Merger

Sep 14, 2021

BHP Group will transfer a smaller-than-expected $3.9 billion in oil and gas decommissioning liabilities to Woodside when it merges its petroleum business with the independent Australian gas producer.Woodside's shares jumped 6.5% after the figure was disclosed in BHP's annual report on Tuesday…

DEME, Quair, Aspiravi JV Reveal ScotWind Bid

Sep 14, 2021

A consortium composed of DEME Concessions NV, Qair Marine SAS, and Aspiravi International NV called Thistle Wind Partners (TWP) has revealed its participation in Crown Estate Scotland’s ScotWind seabed leasing process. ScotWind is a seabed leasing round…

Helix Nets Multi-year Well Intervention Deal in U.S. Gulf of Mexico

Sep 14, 2021

Offshore oil and gas well services company Helix Energy Solutions said Monday it had won a multi-year riser-based well intervention scope of work with an unnamed major operator for the charter of the Helix Q5000 and 15K Intervention Riser System in the US Gulf of Mexico…

Crosby Tugs Merges with SEA.O.G

Sep 13, 2021

U.S.-based marine services and transportation companies Crosby Tugs and SEA.O.G Offshore have merged to focus on delivering installation support and operations and maintenance services for the U.S. offshore wind industry.“We are looking forward…

Shell to Use Hiber's Satellite-linked Tech for Well Integrity Monitoring

Sep 13, 2021

Industrial IoT as-a-service company Hiber has struck a deal with oil major Shell to provide it with access to Hiber's satellite-connected IoT well-monitoring solution. Hiber describes its tech, called HiberHilo, as an end-to-end IoT solution…

SBM Offshore's Liza Unity FPSO Receives ABS SUSTAIN-1 Notation

Sep 13, 2021

SBM Offshore's Liza Unity FPSO, which last week set sail from Singapore en route to Guyana, has been awarded the SUSTAIN-1 notation by classification society ABS – the first FPSO in the world to receive it.According to ABS, the SUSTAIN-1 notation…

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