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UTC 2023: Securing Global Energy

Apr 13, 2023

Global subsea energy leaders will convene in Bergen, Norway at the Underwater Technology Conference (UTC) in mid-June to meet, greet and exchange ideas on the crucial underwater technology topics. Stig Instanes, TechnipFMC and Rune Vesterkjær, Aker Solutions, helped to shape a vibrant and diverse program, and they recently discussed the technical highlights and networking opportunities in store for visitors to UTC ’23…

ABS Studies Near-Shore Green Hydrogen Production in Korea

May 09, 2023

ABS has signed an MoU with Korean industry leaders to produce a feasibility study for a near-shore floating platform for green hydrogen production and liquefaction.The partners include the Korea Institute of Energy Technology; HD Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering…

Lhyfe Launches World First Offshore Hydrogen Pilot

Sep 23, 2022

France-based clean hydrogen producer Lhyfe has launched the world’s first offshore renewable green hydrogen production demonstrator.The pilot was launched yesterday (September 22) in Saint-Nazaire, France, which will now begin an 18-month wind-powered pilot…

Equinor, Naturgy Team up on 200MW Spanish Floater

Sep 22, 2022

Spanish utility and Naturgy and Norway's Equinor are targeting a 200MW floating offshore wind project in the Canary Islands.Following an agreement to work together, made earlier this year, the firm's are targeting the Floating Offshore Wind…

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