Two players in design battle for Equinor’s stalled project while EIS gets unfavourable review

Equinor has selected two engineering players to carry out conceptual studies for an FPSO vessel while the review of the project’s EIS deemed it an unreliable source of information for decision-making processes. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript … Read More

In focus: Emission-reduction initiatives ramping up across offshore energy sectors

The COVID-19 pandemic may have transformed the way we live and work; however, the offshore energy sector seems to find its way through these challenges. A flashback to the week behind us reveals that new roadmaps to achieve net-zero goals … Read More

Townsville welcomes Australia’s largest backhoe dredge Woomera

Earlier this week, Port of Townsville welcomed Australia’s largest backhoe dredge, Woomera, which will be used to widen the port’s 14.9-kilometre shipping channels over the next two years. The $232 million Channel Upgrade is the largest infrastructure project in the … Read More

In focus: Net-zero future initiatives gathering momentum amid restrictions imposed by raging pandemic

Building a sustainable future in a pandemic-ridden world is no easy feat as it brings out many challenges to the fore, however, the energy and maritime industries have shown a great determination to overcome such obstacles in their quest to … Read More

Revamped PEWEC wave device shaping up as ‘the clean power solution’ for small Mediterranean islands

The new and improved version of PEWEC (Pendulum Wave Energy Converter), being developed by Italy’s national agency ENEA and Polytechnic University of Turin, could prove to be an ideal solution for small and medium-sized islands across the Mediterranean as they … Read More

Chevron orders key Jansz-Io element worth over $500 million from South Korean shipyard

Chevron has ordered a key element for the development of its Jansz-Io project from a South Korean shipyard. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status. Premium Premium content Subscribe to continue Become a PREMIUM … Read More

In focus: 2022 begins with renewables

After the holidays and well-deserved break, the energy transition community returns to its activities dedicated to making the world a less polluted and more healthy home. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status. Premium … Read More

Delayed Johan Castberg FPSO almost ready for journey to Norway

Equinor’s FPSO vessel for the Johan Castberg project, located in the Barents Sea, has left the dock at a shipyard in Singapore. Premium content Checking for account. You need javascript to validate your login status. Premium Premium content Subscribe to … Read More

In focus: Working together towards a sustainable future

The energy transition process is moving ahead with each passing day as witnessed in a week behind us with a lot of announcements highlighting the net-zero future. A good example of the will to change comes from CNOOC Petroleum Europe … Read More

In focus: Global innovations and collaborations take the wheel of energy transition

The direction of the global transition to clean energy is getting more refined each week, as more of the world’s energy majors start investing in innovation and collaboration to shift energy production away from GHG-heavy sources. Premium content Checking for … Read More