NAPA: Future green ships to be made of data just as much as steel

The sustainable ship of the future will be made of data just as much as of steel, Mikko Kousa, CEO of Finnish maritime software company NAPA, said in an interview with Offshore Energy. Premium content Checking for account. You need … Read More

Petrobras unveils plans to invest $16 bln in ‘largest revitalization project in the offshore industry worldwide’

Brazilian oil and gas giant Petrobras has revealed its intention to invest $16 billion in the Campos Basin revitalization project, planning to install three new FPSOs and interconnect more than 100 oil rigs over the next five years. The company has … Read More

Landmark report finds legal grounds to hold fossil fuel firms liable for environmental damage

The findings of a report, which Greenpeace describes as a ‘historic win for climate justice,’ indicate that there are legal grounds to hold fossil fuel companies accountable for the harm their actions have historically brought forth to the environment due … Read More

In focus: Great determination for creating net-zero future

A lot of companies involved in the offshore energy sector have already introduced their plans on how to reach the net-zero emissions status by a certain point in the future. In this week’s In Focus, we are spotlighting the most recent … Read More

New energy innovation campus in UK set to transform large-scale manufacturing

A global center of excellence aiming to transform large-scale manufacturing for energy transition-related sectors through innovation and skills development has been launched in the south-east of Scotland. The Arrol Gibb Innovation Campus – AGIC (Courtesy of the University of Edinburgh) … Read More

Louisiana could build first Gulf of Mexico offshore wind farm by 2026

As the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is working towards the first offshore wind auction for the Gulf of Mexico early next year, current legislative developments in Louisiana could lead to the state being the first to build … Read More

EU to phase out all Russian oil imports ‘in orderly fashion’

Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the European Union has proposed a ban on all Russian oil imports, aiming to phase out Russian crude oil within six months and refined products by the end of the year. This was announced on … Read More

Op-ed: What the UK energy security strategy means for wave and tidal stream energy

The following article is an op-ed piece authored by Richard Arnold, policy director at the UK Marine Energy Council. The article first appeared at Marine Energy Wales. Morlais Demonstration Zone (Courtesy of Welsh Government) Putin’s invasion of Ukraine emphasises the interrelated nature … Read More

New North Sea projects targeting 1.3 billion barrels of oil and gas

The annual performance review for the UK’s top producers highlighted 33 new projects targeting 1.3 billion barrels of oil and gas, which will significantly bolster the country’s energy security, the country’s regulator has revealed. The North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) … Read More

In focus: Governments around the globe embracing renewable energy revolution

The week behind us saw many nations exploring renewable energy opportunities to cope with the global energy crisis. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status. Premium Premium content Subscribe to continue Become a PREMIUM … Read More