MPA of Singapore issued a circular to inform mariners operating in the vicinity of Senoko Fishery Port that the working period has been extended and the list of craft and working area have been revised.
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Newfoundland and Labrador government will offer finacial support to the “Hibernia Project”, in an effort to protect offshore industry.
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (KHNP) has teamed up with Spanish wind power company OW Offshore and new Ulsan-based renewable company Kumyang Industrial Development, for construction of the world’s largest floating offshore wind power project off Ulsan.
Lloyd’s Register has signed an agreement for a joint development project (JDP) with Northeast Technical Services Co., Inc. (NETSCo) to design and develop a Jones Act compliant wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV).
From almost no offshore wind farms in 2015, Asia’s operational capacity has grown to more than 6 GW today, while China’s growth is expected to make the continent’s installed base rise sixfold by 2025, new analysis by Rystad Energy shows.
A new report issued by DNV GL addresses the cost of offshore wind, which will fall approximately 70% by 2050 and offer new opportunities to players in the offshore wind, oil & gas and maritime industries as they shift their portfolios to become less dependent on fossil fuels.
A new marine innovation challenge in UK, as part of the ADMIRALTY Marine Innovation Programme, focuses on marine geospatial data to help identify new areas for Offshore Renewable Energy.
Consultancy, Rystad Energy, issued a new report predicting that the world’s supply of offshore wind turbine installation vessels (WTIVs) and heavy lift ships are going to fall short by the middle of the decade, reflecting a coming boom in new wind farm development and the advent of ever-larger turbine designs.
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