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Triton analyses onshore plans

An intermediate electrical compound (IEC) might not need to be built by the developers of the offshore wind 860MW Triton Knoll farm in the UK North Sea.

read more... 22/09/2017


Cyprus: New gas discovery offshore considered non-profitable

Eni and Total have found gas while drilling offshore Cyprus near the giant Zohr gas field discovery in Egypt waters, but the anticipated quantity of the recently discovered field is too small to develop on its own, as stated by Cypriot Energy Minister Yiorgos Lakkotrypis on Tuesday.

read more... 13/09/2017


UK: The world’s hugest offshore wind farm to be built by Dong Energy

The UK contract to build 1.4 gigawatts (GW) capacity at its Hornsea 2 wind power project, likely to be the world’s hugest offshore wind farm, has been awarded to DONG Energy.

read more... 12/09/2017


Daily (28.08.2017): Oil prices rose on Friday as the US are heavily hit by Hurricane Harvey

Oil prices rose on Friday, as the U.S. dollar weakened and the U.S. Gulf Coast is being hit by Hurricane Harvey, likely to become the biggest storm to affect United States mainland in more than a decade. Refineries, terminals, onshore and offshore production operations and other infrastructure have been shut down or begun storm preparations. Brent crude edged up by 0.71% to $52.41 a barrel, while WTI price surged by almost 1% to end at $47.87 a barrel.

read more... 28/08/2017


HBC to continue subsea inspections of DONG Energy’s offshore wind farms

HBC Group has settled a deal with DONG Energy to carry out sub-sea inspections on DONG Energy’s offshore wind parks, located in German and Dutch North Sea.

read more... 22/08/2017