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Vital role of O&G industry in achieving net-zero by 2050

A green energy transition will require the industry to make real progress in reducing its carbon foo...

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PTO search begins as wave energy developer advances to full scale device

Swansea-based company is developing a flexible ocean energy extraction technology that can harness w...

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TenneT proposes concrete steps to EU, Dutch, German govts

In its recent update on offshore wind power production in Germany, TenneT mentioned it had made prop...

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Precious Shipping: IMO 2020 was absolutely pain-free for us

The IMO 2020 sulphur cap, mandating the switch for all ships to use fuels with a maximum 0.5% sulphu...

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Oil & gas sanctioning in the gutter, industry on hold

Global oil and gas project sanctioning in 2020 has made a colossal drop in comparison to 2019 levels...

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One project after another: Wales tidal lagoon 2.0

Not long after Swansea Bay tidal lagoon project officially reached the end of the road, scheme for a...

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  • Business developments & projects
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Future looks bright for subsea cables market despite Covid-19

Subsea cables, laid on the seafloor to carry telecommunication signals acro...

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COVID-19 impacts offshore wind players’ balance sheets

With financial results for the second quarter and the first half of the year now being presented, th...

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Can Poseidon Principles speed up transition to greener ships

Shipping is a capital-intensive industry. However, over recent years, the availability of capital wi...

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Will Chevron’s Noble swoop trigger a wave of M&A deals?

What will happen next in the upstream M&A and what direction will it take? Is now the time to go...

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Vox Amalia’s first assignments outside the Netherlands

The Vox Amalia, Van Oord’s latest arrival in the fleet, has successfully completed its first dredgin...

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To mine or not to mine deep sea to scale up marine renewables

The increase in metal mining needed to address the transition to renewable energy is drawing increas...

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Six years without fatalities in offshore wind

G+, an organisation dedicated to health and safety performance in offshore wind, has released the 20...

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The business of responsible ship breaking

By Marnix Viergever In the maritime media there is a strong focus on the ship building sector. Obvio...

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Women-hidden potential of O&G industry's energy transition

The oil and gas industry has historically been a hard place for female workers. Now, with the oil an...

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  • Human Capital
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Offshore wind CPPAs, 'powered by renewables' on the rise

Is climate change pushing the corporate world to use as much renewable energy as possible? Or, is it...

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The declining attractiveness of working at sea: Where do we go from here?

The maritime sector is the backbone of the global supply chain, with 90 per cent of the world trade,...

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North Sea exploration: Risk appetite remains

The North Sea has been a cash cow for the UK and Norway contributing to their economies for over hal...

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Flex inks new charter deals as LNG fleet count rises

Flex LNG, the shipping company controlled by billionaire John Fredriksen, has secured new charter de...

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Spotlight on Monaco’s Mediterranean expansion

Monaco’s 38,000 residents currently live on just over 2 square kilometres of land – a surface ...

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Renewable energy investments swelling

Offshore wind could become a $ 1 trillion industry over the next two decades, and renewable energy i...

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Subsea hydrogen storage concept for CO2-free energy production

As the world looks to reach a cleaner future and stop relying on fossil fuels, we will need to repla...

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Decarbonization: How to order future-proof ships when we don’t know the end game?

The path toward decarbonization of the shipping industry in line with the IMO 2050 target – a ...

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  • Vessels
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Truly Dutch: TSHD Anchorage delivered to De Hoop Terneuzen

The 3.200m³ trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) Anchorage was successfully delivered to the Zeala...

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Marine renewables unlikely to harm sea life

Assessing the environmental effects of marine energy is an important step in the permitting process ...

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  • Environment
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