Busan to build 'floating city'
Busan Metropolitan City is to take a step towards the development of a floating city for the first time in Korea. The city and the Busan Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning (BISTEP) have recently announced that they will hold th...
Fraunhofer IWES to study rain erosion of turbines
Smalls drops, big impact: Even just minor rain erosion damage on rotor blade surfaces can impair performance and shorten the service life of wind turbines. Fraunhofer IWES has been operating a rain erosion test bench since 2015 in order to achiev...
Sparrows Group acquires Alpha Offshore Service
Sparrows Group has cemented its position in the renewables sector with the acquisition of Danish wind energy expert Alpha Offshore Service A/S. Already a supplier of capital equipment to the wind energy industry, the deal significantly strengt...
Sale of EXMAR’s share in four FSRUs
Excelerate Energy and EXMAR NV announced on December 7 that they have concluded the acquisition by Excelerate Energy of the full 50% shares held by EXMAR in four companies, Excelerate NV, Explorer NV, Express NV and Excelsior BVBA, each owners of...
RGU launches world-first decommissioning simulator
Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon University (RGU) announced on December 4 that it has launched a state-of-the-art decommissioning simulator to service the growing sector. Simulator 1The simulator and the associated software is a world-first and will...
SBM Offshore awarded turnkey contract for Johan Castberg
SBM Offshore announced on December 6 that the Company has been awarded the contract and received the corresponding notice from Statoil to proceed with the engineering, procurement, construction (EPC) work scope for a large-scale turret mooring sy...
Sembcorp Marine wins Statoil contract
Sembcorp Marine Ltd (the “Group”) announced on December 6 that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Sembcorp Marine Rigs & Floaters Pte. Ltd., has secured a US$490 million contract from Statoil Petroleum AS (“Statoil”) on the turnkey Engine...
Statoil submitting plan for Johan Castberg
Statoil submits the PDO (plan for development and operation) for the Johan Castberg project on December 5 on behalf of the partnership with Eni and Petoro. Several major contracts will also be awarded to Norwegian industry. “This is a ...
Aker Solutions wins Johan Castberg job
Aker Solutions announced on December 5 that it won key work to help Statoil develop the Johan Castberg field, the largest oil discovery in the Norwegian Barents Sea. The company will supply the subsea production system and design the topside o...
Wison to set China's FSRU industry standards
Wison Offshore & Marine announced on December 5 that it will collaborate with China Classification Society (CCS) Wuhan Rules & Research Institute on various fronts of floating LNG storage and re-gasification facility(“FSRU”) developme...
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