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Port Capacity in Question as UK Offshore Wind Expands

Apr 01, 2022

U.K. port bosses are scratching their heads as to how to meet demand as offshore wind, including new floating projects, ramps up around the country’s coastline.The U.K. government is pushing this source of energy and has a 40-gigawatt (GW) by 2030 target—ramping up from around 30 GW today—for offshore wind. While fixed bottom projects continue to roll out, through some of the world’s largest offshore wind farms…

NY Offshore Wind: Evaluating Sea-shore Interconnections

Jan 18, 2022

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) announced the start of a major analytical project to understand transmission interconnections between offshore wind turbines and land-based points of interconnection (POIs)…

DNV GL updates pipeline sector RPs

Mar 17, 2015

Across the oil and gas industry, life extension of assets and infrastructure is an increasingly important issue for operators as they look to balance the integrity, safety and productivity of the asset. To reflect the changing needs of the industry…

McDermott Altamira first free trade zone in Mexico

Jan 06, 2015

McDermott International received authorization from the Central Administration of Customs in Mexico to operate its Altamira fabrication facility near Tampico, Mexico, as a free trade zone. The Altamira fabrication yard…

Middle Eastern promise

Jan 01, 2015

The shallow waters of the Persian Gulf, also known as the Arabian Gulf, belie the plethora of offshore infrastructure – new and old – in the Middle East. Elaine Maslin probes beneath the waves. In 2005…

Subsea infrastructure - growing and moving deeper

Jan 01, 2015

Subsea hardware spending in 2014-18 is forecast to nearly double the size of installed subsea infrastructure, according to Douglas Westwood’s latest estimates. Matt Loffman sets out the detail. Douglas-Westwood forecasts subsea hardware capex will total US$117 billion between 2014 and 2018…

South Africa’s western offshore attracts operators

Oct 21, 2014

Oil and gas exploration has turned many areas of Sub-Saharan Africa into economic hotspots, and operators are now looking at South Africa’s western coast. Planned infrastructure improvements may improve exploration logistics, but…

ONS: Aasta Hansteen on schedule

Aug 26, 2014

The Aasta Hansteen project, one of biggest and most complex industrial projects in Europe, is on schedule to begin production in 3Q 2017, says Statoil. Statoil, which made a presentation about the project at ONS, in Stavanger, this week…

Meeting lifting standards

Aug 01, 2014

The Heidrun FSU crane in Protea’s yard, Poland. Photo from Protea. Protea has designed its largest crane to date for Statoil’s Heidrun FSU, a project that will aid the life extension of the Heidrun field…

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