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With a groundbreaking ceremony held on 17 May and led by Dan Jørgensen, the Danish minister for Climate, Energy & Utilities, Ørsted marked the onsite start of construction of its first green hydrogen project.
The Australian oil industry was stunned by the government’s decision to levy the estimated $200 million cost of decommissioning Laminaria-Corallina oil fields in the Timor Sea.
Building a U.S. offshore wind industry will require more than just fast-tracking permits.
Shareholder advisory PIRC recommended investors vote against Shell's non-binding resolution on its energy transition strategy on Tuesday, setting up a showdown at its annual general meeting next week.
Saitec secures a government grant for a feasibility study into using floating offshore wind to power oil and gas drilling in Canada
Vineyard Wind, a joint venture between Avangrid Renewables and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), has passed the final major step in the federal review process, which means it will likely become the first commercial scale offshore wind farm in the United States.
While the earth’s core is believed to be molten material, the majority of the world’s active volcanoes are believed to be releasing vast amounts of thermal energy on the ocean floor.
Like people, communities sometimes play the “What if?” game, wishing they could get a second shot at some life-changing decisions. They seldom get that chance.
Up and down the East Coast, developers and government agencies are preparing for the massively complex and costly challenge of placing thousands of wind turbines taller than the Washington Monument miles out into the Atlantic.
The proposed Jordan Cove Energy Project in southwest Oregon was dealt another setback this week when a pair of local permits was overturned by the state land use board.
Conservation groups moved Thursday to intervene in a lawsuit defending the Biden administration’s decision to pause new federal oil and gas leasing while it reviews the government leasing program.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced in the Federal Register Friday its intent to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the review of a construction and operations plan (COP) submitted by Revolution Wind LLC. Revolution Wind is a 704-MW offshore wind farm owned by Ørsted and Eversource.
Ten new companies have joined the AquaVentus offshore wind-to-hydrogen project, including offshore wind developers Ørsted, Equinor, and WindMW, as well as the offshore construction company Royal Boskalis Westminster.
The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management announced Thursday it is about to open a 30-day public comment period for an offshore wind farm, Revolution Wind, planned for waters south of Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
After a slow start, the offshore wind industry in the United States is finally poised to take off.
Having fallen a decade behind in developing the renewable energy, the U.S. is priming itself for a space race-style comeback.
The GAO found that BSEE rarely conducts or requires any underwater pipeline inspections.
Rhode Island coastal regulators, at the request of Gov. Daniel McKee, are delaying a key decision on an offshore wind farm to give the project developers more time to reach a compensation deal with the fishing industry.
Study is a collaboration between Lundin Energy Norway and Ocean Harvesting Technologies
Opposition accuses Darragh O’Brien of railroading National Marine Planning Framework through Dáil
New 2MW tidal turbine successfully launched from the Port of Dundee in major milestone for UK marine energy sector
Project partners Shell, RWE, GASCADE, and Gasunie have signed a declaration of intent to further intensify their collaboration on the AquaDuctus project.
The world’s “most powerful tidal turbine” was launched yesterday to coincide with Earth Day.
Pembina Pipeline Corp. has told a federal appeals court that it is pausing development of the proposed Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas (LNG) export terminal and related Pacific Connector pipeline to assess the impact of recent regulatory setbacks.
The first part of the construction of what is expected to be the world’s largest floating offshore windfarm has been completed.