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Partners Plan Floating Wind Farm in South Korea

and support the industrial development of the Ulsan region to serve as a manufacturing hub for domestic and export offshore wind markets.The wind farm will be included with the joint venture announced between EDP Renewables and Engie, that will aim to become one of the five largest offshore wind energy operators globally, created to harness offshore wind energy opportunities around the world. The EDP Renewables/Engie JV currently has 1.5 GW of capacity under construction and a further 4 GW in the pipeline globally.The firm has a solid commitment to the Windplus consortium, which is set to deploy the

Subsea 7 Acquires 4Subsea

offering. 4Subsea digital insights will create value for Subsea 7 in both our services provided to customers, and to improve efficiency within our own operations and delivery.“4Subsea’s experienced team of subsea domain experts and data scientists provides innovative digital solutions to energy operators, reducing operational risk, cost and providing actionable insights.”An early priority project will be a joint effort between Subsea 7 and 4Subsea toward monitoring of key operational data on Subsea 7 vessels, contributing to the digitalization of its marine operations. With the use of

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Partners Lead New Swarm Technology Research

flying node system which will allow the flying nodes to operate in a swarm and move from their initial seabed position to a new seabed location. This Swarm Technology will be used to enhance the capability of the flying node system and provide even greater savings in cost and time for the offshore energy operators performing ocean bottom seismic surveys.“I would also like to thank the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC) for their support of this project. OGIC assists companies to find academic partners and provides funding for innovative projects which benefit the oil and gas industry.&rdquo

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MacArtney to Distribute LISST Instruments

and industrial LISST models will get the job done. With group headquarters in Esbjerg, Denmark, and Norwegian operations located in Stavanger, Norway, MacArtney is well geared for supplying LISST solutions to major North Sea and Norwegian Continental Shelf based offshore oil, gas and renewable energy operators. Furthermore, empowered by expert ocean science staff, MacArtney is looking to harness the vast potential of supplying LISST solutions to Scandinavian and Icelandic science institutes, authorities, applications and projects. What is more, MacArtney is confident that LISST products will provide

Energy Companies Propose Rebuild of European Energy Policy

. Faced with this failure, the nine energy companies have seen the need to formulate concrete proposals to revitalize Europe’s energy policy now: 1.    Limit soaring energy bills European consumers (citizens and industries) must be able to pay fair prices for their energy. Energy operators are, through their investments, at the forefront of the development of renewable energy sources across Europe. However, it is now necessary to draw the lessons from recent EU policy developments (including recognizing that the rules of the game to which investors sign up, simply cannot be subject

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MacArtney to Display Medium Voltage Inline Termination

and converter units and connecting them to the grid is bound to receive the undivided attention of developers and operators. Within this context, the proven and dependable connectivity solution represented by the MacArtney MV Inline Termination promises to deliver multiple advantages to renewable energy operators within wind, wave and tidal energy sectors alike. MacArtney MV Inline Termination solutions are often used to connect dynamic cables from offshore renewable energy converters to static export cables. Moreover, they are used for interconnecting subsea units. MacArtney MV Inline Terminations

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