GE Renewable Energy Finalizes Supply Contracts with Dogger Bank Wind Farm

GE Renewable Energy has finalized supply contracts (subject to final notification to proceed) with Dogger Bank Wind Farm, a 50:50 joint venture between SSE Renewables and Equinor, for the first two phases of what will become the world’s largest offshore … Read More

Japan’s offshore wind ambitions attracting major developers

What a national-level push for offshore wind can do in a relatively short time is perhaps best visible from Japan’s example, with some of the biggest offshore wind names now making concrete business moves in the country whose government put … Read More

From idea to reality: five years since the first subsea compression system

Trusted partner in electric technology Over the years, Alewijnse has been a trusted partner for various owners, operators and shipyards in new builds, mid-life extension programs and ad hoc service requests. Being a frontrunner in both innovative energy, propulsion, automation … Read More

Equinor Enters Agreement to Sell East Coast Wind Assets

Equinor has entered into an agreement with BP to sell 50% of its non-operated interests in the Empire Wind and Beacon Wind assets on the U.S. East Coast for a total consideration – before adjustments – of $1.1 billion. Through … Read More

Equinor suffers further delays on Martin Linge project as Covid-19 disrupts topside work

Norwegian energy giant Equinor has experienced a further delay in the development of its operated Martin Linge offshore field. Equinor’s Martin Linge field is currently under development. The platform jacket was installed on the field in 2014 and topside modules … Read More

Equinor Enters Joint Bid Agreement for Japanese Offshore Wind Auction

Equinor, an offshore wind developer, Jera and J-Power have entered a joint bid agreement prior to Japan’s upcoming Round 1 offshore wind auction. The three companies will jointly evaluate and work towards submitting a joint bid in the Round 1 … Read More

Equinor’s Johan Castberg project under investigation amid ‘major challenges’ with FPSO hull welds

Norwegian offshore safety watchdog, the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA), has launched an investigation into challenges related to the completion of the hull and equipment for Equinor’s Johan Castberg FPSO. The Johan Castberg (formerly Skrugard) field is situated approximately 100 … Read More