Maersk Supply Service, part of Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk, and offshore wind company Ørsted have joined forces to test a proto-type buoy that will act as both a safe mooring point and a charging station for vessels, potentially displacing a significant amount of marine fuel with green electricity, to cut emissions.
DeepGreen Metals and Allseas Group agreed to establish a strategic partnership to explore high-grade metals obtained from seafloor polymetallic nodule deposits together with Allseas’ offshore engineering capabilities. The companies aims to develop a deep ocean nodule harvesting system that will have minimal impact to the deep sea environment, enabling them to bring clean metals to market.
The BorWin gamma topside has been successfully installed on its jacket foundation in the German North Sea. The giant float-over installation procedure was safely completed on October 11. The platform will supply more than one million German households with clean electricity from wind power.
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