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OWC Conducts Black Sea Offshore Wind Feasibility Study

Renewable energy consultancy OWC has completed a zonal appraisal and technical-economic feasibility study for what could become among the first designated offshore wind areas in the Black Sea. The client is Romania-based independent energy company Black Sea Oil & Gas (BSOG).

OWC Conducts Black Sea Offshore Wind Feasibility Study

UK Government Supports EMEC Growth Plans

The UK Government has announced a new £4.6 million support package for the UK’s islands, £3 million of which will be awarded to the Orkney-based European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) over two years.

UK Government Supports EMEC Growth Plans

James Fisher Completes Decommissioning Operations in the Gulf of Thailand

James Fisher Decommissioning, part of James Fisher and Sons plc, extended its contract with a major offshore engineering, preparations, removal, and disposal (EPRD) operator, making the project the largest to date for the offshore decommissioning specialist. The multi-million-pound offshore decommissioning project utilized real time cutting verification technology to remove 25 dormant gas platforms in support of the client’s wider asset end-of-life campaign.

James Fisher Completes Decommissioning Operations in the Gulf of Thailand

Motive Offshore Optimizing Future Offshore Operations with Six-Figure Deal from Briggs Marine

Motive Offshore Group (Motive), which specializes in engineering, inspection and rental equipment for the energy sector, has secured a six-figure contract with Briggs Marine, a leading provider of marine and environmental services, to design and manufacture a 300Te spooler package. The new equipment will allow Briggs Marine to future-proof its planned operations with the spooler set to be deployed across eight UK renewable projects within the next two years.

Motive Offshore Optimizing Future Offshore Operations with Six-Figure Deal from Briggs Marine

Ocean Energy Accelerates Towards Commercialization in 2023

The ocean energy sector accelerated in 2023, according to the latest statistics released today by Ocean Energy Europe. Low market visibility in the past still impacts 2023 deployment figures but new revenue support at national level drastically changes the outlook. 137 MW of tidal and wave energy projects will seek deployment in the next 5 years thanks to EU funding and national revenue support. This prompted several energy majors to enter the field as investors or partners into projects and is kick-starting the sector’s industrialization.

Ocean Energy Accelerates Towards Commercialization in 2023

BOEM Completes Environmental Review of Beacon Wind’s Proposal for Additional Site Testing Offshore Massachusetts

The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has completed its environmental review of Beacon Wind’s proposal to test suction bucket foundations on its lease area offshore Massachusetts. Based on the analysis in the environmental assessment, BOEM determined that the proposed testing will not cause significant impacts to environmental resources. Suction bucket foundations are an alternative foundation type that allow for installation of turbines without the need for pile driving.

BOEM Completes Environmental Review of Beacon Wind’s Proposal for Additional Site Testing Offshore Massachusetts
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