Singapore’s Seatrium to Build Two Substations for U.S. Offshore Wind Farm Projects

(OE) Singapore's Seatrium, through its subsidiary Sembcorp Marine Offshore Platforms Pte. Ltd. (“SMOP”), has secured a contract worth more than S$500 million for two offshore wind farm substations from Empire Offshore Wind, a joint venture between Equinor and BP. The contract award follows the completion of the FEED (Front-End Engineering and Design) contract secured by... Continue Reading →

Noble drillship cleared to operate offshore Mexico

(OM) Noble Corp drillship Noble Globetrotter I should start a contract offshore Mexico shortly following an extended permitting delay, the company said in its latest results statement. As for other vessels in the company’s 16-strong fleet, the Noble Gerry de Souza has sailed from the US Gulf of Mexico (GoM)  to Nigeria. Noble Discoverer is due to begin a one-well contract... Continue Reading →

Floating Offshore Wind and the Need for High-end AHTS

Theodor Sørlie, Contributor (OE) As the world continues to scramble for renewable energy, floating offshore wind has emerged as a key capacity enabler in the coming decades. With no major commercial scale projects currently in operations, the segment is largely based on governments and developers ambitious project plans for the future. Nonetheless, this market segment can... Continue Reading →

BlueFloat Energy, Greenvolt to Jointly Tackle Offshore Wind Projects in Portugal

(OW) Spain-headquartered BlueFloat Energy and Greenvolt have joined forces to develop offshore wind projects in Portugal. According to the partners, Portugal holds great potential for offshore wind, which is now recognised by the national policymakers who seek to unlock the potential of this technology to deliver on the country’s decarbonisation targets. Portugal has recently identified... Continue Reading →

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