New assignments for DOF vessels

Thanks to the award of an integrated field support vessel (FSV) contract, Norway’s DOF Group has secured multiple new jobs in the Atlantic region with an undisclosed operator in West Africa. DOF disclosed on Monday that the duration of this contract is 365 days. However, the deal also entails optional 365 days. Under the terms of... Continue Reading →

Equinor Sticks to Renewables Profit Goal

(Reuters) Norwegian energy firm Equinor's renewables business faces rising supply chain bottlenecks and strong rivalry for new projects, but will not compromise on its 4-8% investment return target, the head of the unit told Reuters. While still largely an oil and gas producer, state-controlled Equinor is investing heavily in offshore wind, securing permits in Britain,... Continue Reading →

UK: ORE Catapult, NZTC Team Up to Help Power Oil & Gas Platforms with Floating Wind

(OE) The UK-based Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult and the Net Zero Technology Centre said Thursday they'd examine potential pathways for the delivery of innovative floating offshore wind technology integrated with existing energy infrastructure, as part of their five year collaboration under the Energy Transition Alliance banner. According to the partners, the WINTOG program will... Continue Reading →

Celtic Sea Cluster Launches Strategy to Maximize Floating Wind Tech Benefits for Wales and South West England

(OE) The Celtic Sea Cluster, formed last year Welsh Government and Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership to help drive market creation for floating wind, has now launched its new Regional Strategy, outlining how Wales and South West England can maximise the economic benefits of floating offshore wind technology, in line with the... Continue Reading →

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