Sovcomflot’s icebreaking standby vessel Yevgeny Primakov took the OSJ Support Vessel of the Year award at this year’s OSJ Conference, Awards & Exhibition, while CTV WEM 1 and Maersk Inventor gave it a run for its money
Hard on the heels of MHI Vestas Offshore Wind’s announcement of a 10-MW offshore wind turbine, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has unveiled a 10-MW+ unit with 30% greater annual energy production than its predecessor
The UK oil and gas industry’s history of innovation will be ‘critical’ to efforts to build a low carbon economy, a report claims, but fossil fuels will only play back-up role as a source of electricity as more wind and solar comes online
The world’s largest international financier for renewable energy, the European Investment Bank, has confirmed new backing for investment across India, including onshore wind, offshore wind and solar projects
Turbine maintenance and repair specialist Deutsche Windtechnik says asset owners need to prepare now for the significant number of offshore wind turbines in German waters that will soon reach the end of their warranty period
The Crown Estate has published detail of plans for its next round of offshore windfarms – including proposed locations to be offered for new seabed rights – and said 7 GW, rather than 6 GW could now be developed.
The US stands ready to take advantage of the development of new, large turbines for offshore wind and cost reduction achieved in the European market, but when it comes to foundations the picture is more complex
Organisations representing renewable energy in Ireland have called on Ireland’s minister for communications, climate action and environment Denis Naughten TD to set a target to supply 70% of electricity from renewables by 2030
Certification and operational compliance are two very different things… And with the compliance deadline upon us, shipowners and operators are understandably concerned about enforcement and the potential repercussions if regulatory requirements are not met. Webinar will take place Monday 25 November 15.30 - 16.30 GMT
This two-day conference, 26 & 27 November 2019,brings professionals from across the global Tanker Shipping and Trade industry to London to discuss the business, operational and technical issues impacting the crude, product and chemical tanker trades.
Riviera’s two-day LNG Ship/Shore Interface Conference on 28-29 November brings together Europe’s LNG transportation supply chain to discuss ship and terminal operations at the jetty, offshore and bunker station