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Ørsted Secures Licenses to Develop Large-Scale Offshore Wind Projects in Australia

The Australian Government has announced that it has granted a feasibility license for Ørsted’s first offshore wind project in Australia and intends to grant a license for a second project, subject to consultation. With the licenses, Ørsted aims to develop large-scale offshore wind farms off the coast of Gippsland, Victoria, to be operational in the early 2030s.

Ørsted Secures Licenses to Develop Large-Scale Offshore Wind Projects in Australia

CIP Announces New Company and Two Offshore Offshore Wind Feasibility Licenses

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) are proud to share we have been successful in Australia’s first offshore wind feasibility license process and secured site exclusivity to develop two offshore wind projects through our flagship funds. CIP also announced the launch of a new platform company called Southerly Ten, which is dedicated to the development and delivery of offshore wind projects in Australia and New Zealand.

CIP Announces New Company and Two Offshore Offshore Wind Feasibility Licenses

Bureau Veritas Joins Nemo to Shape the Future of Maritime Nuclear Energy

Bureau Veritas reaffirms its commitment to sustainable energy solutions as a founding member of the Nuclear Energy Maritime Organization (NEMO), an international membership organization for stakeholders involved in all aspects of floating nuclear power and nuclear mobility. In collaboration with leading industry partners, Bureau Veritas embarks on a journey to help shape the future of nuclear energy in the maritime sector, ensuring safety, reliability, and environmental stewardship.

Bureau Veritas Joins Nemo to Shape the Future of Maritime Nuclear Energy

BOEM Proposes Offshore Wind Sales in Oregon and the Gulf of Maine

The Department of the Interior has announced two proposals for offshore wind energy auctions off the coast of Oregon and in the Gulf of Maine. The two sales proposed by the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) have the potential to generate more than 18 gigawatts of offshore wind energy, enough to power more than six million homes.

BOEM Proposes Offshore Wind Sales in Oregon and the Gulf of Maine

Report Shows Louisiana’s Energy Expertise Can Fuel Offshore Wind Benefits

A new report released shows Louisiana businesses and workers stand to benefit from expansion of offshore wind nationally and in the Gulf of Mexico. The “Louisiana Offshore Wind Supply Chain Assessment,” released by the Southeastern Wind Coalition, GNO Inc., Center for Planning Excellence, and The Pew Charitable Trusts, with research partner and global energy consultancy Xodus Group, identifies recommendations to tap into more Louisiana know-how to help build offshore wind in US waters.

Report Shows Louisiana’s Energy Expertise Can Fuel Offshore Wind Benefits

Vallourec Wins Additional Order from ExxonMobil Guyana

Vallourec has secured a fourth major order in the framework of the Long-Term Agreement (LTA) signed in 2021 with ExxonMobil Guyana. Under the contract, Vallourec will deliver line pipe for ExxonMobil Guyana’s deep-water Whiptail project. The Whiptail project is located in the Stabroek Block, a 26,800 km2 strategic basin located off Guyana’s continental shelf, where several important discoveries have been made since 2015.

Vallourec Wins Additional Order from ExxonMobil Guyana
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