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EU Targets 450 GW Offshore Wind by 2050

with each other and the Commission.The report concludes that 212 GW should be deployed in the North Sea, 85 GW in the Atlantic (including the Irish Sea), 83 GW in the Baltic, and 70 GW in the Mediterranean and other Southern European waters. This reflects the relative wind resources, proximity to energy demand and the location of the supply chain.The report also breaks down how would each country would deploy in an optimal scenario. The 380 GW that would deployed in Northern European waters would require less than 3% of the total space there.The report considers how much it would cost to build these

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DNV GL Strengthens Ocean Space Research Activities

global trade and our increased focus on ocean space will allow DNV GL to navigate the associated risks and opportunities for our customers.”The oceans are of fundamental social and economic importance. DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook forecasts that electricity will meet 40% of final energy demand by mid-century, with offshore wind contributing a significant portion of power generation. A report authored by DNV GL for the UN Global Compact noted that fish consumption has grown twice as fast as population growth since the 1960s and currently 3.2 billion people get 20% of their animal protein

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Aker Solutions Eyes Low Carbon Tech

said it will aim to generate about half of its revenue from renewable energy and low carbon solutions, including 20% from renewables and 25% from technologies that either generate renewable energy or removes or substantially reduces CO2 emissions by 2030."The world will continue to see rising energy demand and the challenge for our industry is the need to deliver this with a significantly lower carbon emissions," said Luis Araujo, chief executive officer of Aker Solutions.Demand for oil and gas is expected to grow over the next decade, although not as fast as the expected growth in renewable

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EnBW, Trident Winds JV for Offshore Wind Project in California

project portfolio," says Dirk Güsewell, Head of Generation Portfolio Development at EnBW. EnBW's first step in the American market is to focus on the West Coast of the United States, and in particular the state of California, which has a strong economy, continuously growing energy demand and ambitious renewable energy and climate goals. EnBW North America and Seattle, Washington-based company, Trident Winds Inc., have formed a joint venture to advance the 650–1,000 megawatt "Morro Bay" offshore wind project off the central coast of California with a grid

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Powering the Seafloor: Put a Socket in It

communication, by the likes of Sonardyne, are helping enable subsea positioning and docking, charging, control and through water communication for these vehicles.ABB’s subsea substation system design has had an ROV “socket”. With scale, these systems could even help level out energy demand, as is being done in cities where car batteries are drawn down at peak demand, when the cars are not being used, suggests Bugge, treating them like mobile power banks.Where there’s not a large amount of power to draw on, subsea batteries could be trickle charged and then used as and when

Remi Eriksen, CEO, DNV GL. (Photo: DNV GL)

DNV GL & “The Future of Spaceship Earth”

, developing nations will continue to lag behind  The replacement of fossil fuels with renewable energy sources is underway  On the current trajectory, we will exceed the carbon budget by the year 2037, entering increasingly dangerous climate change territory  From 2030 onwards, the growth in energy demand will level off, due to the fact that improvements in energy efficiency will outpace the energy demands created by growth in population and productivity   17 UN Global Compact signatories are contributing with their insight: Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Company Head quarter 1

Shell Eyes Next Tender for Dutch North Sea Wind Farm

winning bid was to produce electricity at 7.27 euro cents per kilowatt hour, excluding costs to connect to grid operator TenneT.   Van Loon said Shell supported a faster shift to renewables and less polluting fossil fuels, but that in the meantime gas remained the best option to meet Dutch energy demand.   "Shell sees opportunities for the Dutch to accelerate the energy shift," she said. While DONG's bid showed the cost to produce offshore wind energy had fallen sharply, it "needs to come down more if it is really going to be competitive."   The entire Borssele

A 3D model of the FLPS concept. Note: “FLPS” is the registered trademark of IHI Corporation in Japan. Image: DNV GL

DNV GL Okays New Floating Power Generation Concept

standards and other relevant industry standards.    The FLPS concept is a combination of a Floating Storage and Regasification Unit (FSRU) and a power plant. It is expected to be installed in locations where alternative onshore infrastructure is not feasible or commercially viable, while energy demand is rapidly increasing. The FLPS solution is also in line with the worldwide trend for decentralized power generation.    It provides the opportunity for the receiving location to take advantage of the availability of natural gas as part of their power mix.    The main

(NOIA) Randall Luthi President of the National Ocean Industries Association

NOIA: Maximum Access Offshore Leasing Program

per day of oil and natural gas production; not to mention new revenue to the federal government and to local and state governments, assuming wise policy choices.   “Oil and natural gas will remain major sources of reliable and affordable energy for the foreseeable future, as the global energy demand grows.  Other nations along the Atlantic Ocean, including Canada, Cuba, Mexico, Greenland, Brazil and Ghana, have recognized the energy and economic opportunities off their own shores and are exploring new offshore areas. We should do the same.   “The administration made the

Synergi Pipeline software enables safe and efficient pipeline operations Photo DNV GL

Standardization for Cost Effective Pipeline Innovation - DNV GL

-40 years of standardization paves way for cost efficient offshore pipeline systems - Growing global energy demand and requirements for additional pipeline capacity are driving the pipeline segment.  However, pipeline related innovation is prioritized by only 4% of senior oil & gas professionals, according to research by DNV GL, the technical advisor to the oil & gas industry. Further, the research shows that nearly one in five oil & gas companies (18%) do not have a strategy in place to maintain innovation. Six in ten (61%) respondents agree that operators will increasingly

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