Maryland offshore wind training center opens for business

Arcon’s new training center which will support the U.S. offshore wind and onshore industries has opened its doors after receiving approval from the Global Wind Organization (GWO). The new purpose-built center has been developed by ARCON Training Centre in Maryland, … Read More

Gasum: LNG prices to boost future projects on the maritime market

Gasum, the Nordic energy company, sees the potential of increased investment in future projects due to the price increase of LNG. Courtesy of Gasum In this week’s analysis, Gasum reports that the Risavika LNG reached 30.20 Euro per megawatt-hour. European … Read More

Zvezda cuts steel for another Arctic LNG 2 tanker

The Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex in the Russian Far East has cut the first steel for a new Arc7 ice-class LNG tanker for the Arctic LNG 2 project. Illustration courtesy of Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex The new Arc7 ice-class tanker was ordered … Read More

SCF’s Shell-chartered LNG newbuild delivered

Russia’s largest shipping company Sovcomflot has taken delivery of the Shell-chartered LNG carrier, SCF Timmerman. Courtesy of Sovcomflot The vessel, capable of transporting up to 174,000 cubic meters of the chilled fuel has already left the Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries … Read More

ScotWind offshore wind leasing round opens for applications

Crown Estate Scotland has opened the application window for the ScotWind seabed leasing round for offshore wind projects. From today, 15 January, registered developers are able to apply for seabed rights to build Scotland’s next generation of offshore wind farms. … Read More

Seagreen to reach full capacity, feedback sought on Seagreen1a grid links

Seagreen 1A Ltd. is seeking feedback on the onshore and offshore grid connection proposals related to the remaining 36 turbines to be installed at the Seagreen offshore wind project. The company is undertaking pre-application consultation ahead of potentially submitting applications … Read More

OGA to have ‘blended approach’ for license change requests

The UK Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) has decided to take “a blended approach” to licence management which should dampen the effects of the global Covid-19 pandemic. The coronavirus pandemic first affected the UK in early 2020 and is still … Read More

Shell to cut 330 North Sea jobs

Anglo-Dutch oil giant Shell has revealed plans to cut 330 jobs from its operations in the North Sea, most of them based in Aberdeen. According to an article by the BBC, most of the posts are based at its office … Read More

Reganosa to run LNG-to-power project in Ghana

Spanish LNG terminal operator Reganosa will run and maintain a LNG regasification terminal in Tema, Ghana. Courtesy of Reganosa Currently under construction, the Tema LNG terminal is the first offshore LNG receiving terminal in sub-Saharan Africa, with both of its … Read More

HMD wins AiP for 30,000m3 LNG carrier with prismatic IMO type-B tank

The Korean Register (KR) has awarded Approval In Principle (AIP) for an LNG carrier with a prismatic IMO type-B tank built by Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD). The ship is a small to medium-sized LNG carrier with a B-type cargo tank … Read More