Taiwan: Taiya Renewable Energy to Join Floating Wind Demonstration and 3-2 Zonal Development in 2023

Taiya Renewable Energy (TRE), an offshore wind power developer in Taiwan, said Thursday it would bid for the second phase of wind power zonal development and floating demonstration project in 2023. Taiya has invited local and foreign investors interested in the development of Taiwan's offshore wind power to cooperate with it. Taiwan's Ministry of Economic... Continue Reading →

Jan de Nul’s Les Alizés Vessel Departs China for First Offshore Wind Mission in Germany

Offshore installation company Jan De Nul said Thursday that Les Alizés, its next-generation heavy lift vessel, had sailed away from the CMHI Haimen Shipyard in China and is currently heading for Europe. The vessel was delivered by the shipyard on January 16 and departed Thursday. Les Alizés is designed for loading, transporting, lifting, and installing offshore... Continue Reading →

Marco Polo Marine Partners Up with S. Korean Firms for Offshore Wind Work

Marco Polo Marine, a Singapore-listed offshore vessel company, has entered the South Korean market with a "landmark" Memorandum of Understanding signed with South Korean companies Namsung Shipping Co., Ltd. and HA Energy Co., Ltd. (“HA-E”). Under the MoU, the companies have committed "to jointly pursue synergistic offshore wind vessel operations in South Korea." South Korea’s... Continue Reading →

US company expands subsea product portfolio for offshore wind market

Panduit, a US provider of electrical and network infrastructure solutions, has bought the subsea cable and pipe protection product portfolio and related technologies from South Korea marine manufacturer DongWon EN-Tec (DWE). The product portfolio covers URAPROTECT, a polyurethane submarine cable and pipe protector solution, bend stiffeners and restrictors, and J-Tube seals for wind turbine applications. ... Continue Reading →

Welligence Global Offshore Drilling Outlook

(OE) Welligence expects global offshore exploration drilling activity in 2023 to remain relatively steady year-on-year. The majors will drive much of the activity in their core regions, along with Petrobras, the world’s leading deepwater operator. And while there are far fewer independents active in the offshore today compared to 10 years ago, Welligence still anticipates... Continue Reading →

China Launches an18 MW Offshore Wind Turbine

(OWB) CSSC Haizhuang Wind Power, a subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), has rolled out the nacelle of the H260-18MW offshore wind turbine prototype. The H260-18MW has a rotor diameter of 260 metres and an individual capacity of 18 MW, making it the largest and the most powerful wind turbine currently on the market... Continue Reading →

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