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Technip Energies and Partners to Develop Reusable Floating Wind Anchors

Technip Energies, in partnership with Université Gustave Eiffel, Valeco, and OPEN-C Foundation, has launched the PAREF project, an R&D program aimed at accelerating industrial-scale development of floating wind.The project, funded by the French State as part of France 2030 operated by ADEME, aims to design, fabricate, and test a reusable anchoring system, high and low connectors, and tendons for a tension line system, all while minimizing the impact on the marine environment in real offshore conditions.The PAREF project will provide the anchoring system for the NextFloat project.To remind

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Norwegian Parliament Strikes Deal to Advance Seabed Mining

won't be any interest, but at the same time it is also in these companies' interest to partake in an activity that has a good reputation and adheres to demands on sustainability," he said.Seabed mining start-up Loke Marine Minerals, which is backed by investors such as oil service company Technip FMC and Norwegian maritime group Wilhelmsen, welcomed the decision."Great day not only for Norway but for the world," Loke CEO Walter Sognnes Norway told Reuters. "We need to have a fact- based evaluation of deep sea minerals as a provider of critical minerals for the green energy

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Connecting the Dots: From Remote Operations to Full Autonomy

time negotiating the necessary culture change within individual organizations, to really reap the benefits.Harvest Technology Group is a relatively young and small Australian company that has caught the attention of a number of offshore and subsea industry heavyweights, from Fugro to Ocean Infinity, Technip FMC and DOF Subsea. Damiain Brown, Chief Product Officer, and Adam Ford, Special Projects Lead, from Harvest discuss the potential of technology to make a real difference in the maritime industry with Offshore Engineer.Working in the offshore environment is difficult enough, however poor connectivit

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Kraken Robotics Appoints Adu as Head of Services Business

business development, HSSE, and production. "As a global leader in the marine technology sector, Kraken has been attracting talent worldwide from notable companies and organizations such as Ultra Defense, Cenovus Energy, ExxonMobil, Mind Technologies, the Royal Canadian Navy, Turkish Navy, and Technip. As the market for naval defense technologies is seeing strong secular growth, Kraken has been building increased depth in our Business Development and Sales teams," Kraken said.Kraken said that commander Peter Kirkegaard would be migrating to Kraken’s sales team as Subject Matter Expert

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Floating Offshore Wind: Technip Energies' Semi-Submersible Concept Wins FLOWIN Prize

Technip Energies, with its three partners  Crowley, Anchor QEA, and Offshore Construction Associates, has been awarded the Floating Offshore Wind Readiness (FLOWIN) prize for Phase One by U.S. Department of Energy. The prize was awarded for Technip Energies’ in-house floater solution INO15, a three-column semi-submersible concept designed to support 15 MW wind turbine. Technip Energies was one of nine $100,000 award winners."The overarching goal of the three-phase FLOWIN prize is to establish a pathway to cost-effective domestic manufacture and deployment of commercial utility-scale

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Geoquip Names Turner CEO

has considerable experience as a CEO and specifically of the offshore energy sector. He joins Geoquip Marine from British Engines, where he was also CEO. Prior to this Richard served as President and CEO of JDR Cable Systems. Before joining JDR Richard was Vice President of Global Manufacturing at Technip Umbilical Systems

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Technip Energies, X1 Wind, Partners to Deliver Important Floating Wind Project

The European Commission has chosen Technip Energies, X1 Wind, and a consortium of ten international entities, to deliver the NextFloat project, a program aimed at accelerating industrial-scale floating wind.NextFloat project's main objectives are to demonstrate a competitive, sustainable, and integrated floating offshore wind solution optimized for deep waters and to accelerate the industrial-scale deployment of floating offshore wind. The integrated solution relies on X1 Wind's floating offshore wind technology, which, according to the project partners, allows for a lighter floater

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DNV and 25 Partners Launch JIP for Floating Offshore Wind Substations

.The following companies have joined as partners: ABB, Aibel, Aker Solutions, Atlantic offshore energy, BP, EDF, Elia Group, Equinor, Falck Renewables, GE Renewable Energy, Gicon, Hitachi Energy, IV One, Oil states industries, Orsted, Prysmian, RWE, Saipem, Shell/Eolfi, Siemens Energy, SSE Renewables, Technip Energies, Terna Plus Srl, Total Energies, Worley."DNV continuously works together with the industry to develop up to date standards and recommended practices tailored to the demands of the advancing renewables market. One of the most-widely used documents is the DNV-ST-0145 standard which provides

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Technip Energies' Inocean Gets DNV AiP for Offshore Wind Floater

Inocean, a Norwegian subsidiary of Technip Energies, has received an Approval in Principle (AiP) and Basic Design Approval for DNV for its new INO12TM semisubmersible platform concept. An Approval in Principle (AiP) is an independent assessment of a concept within an agreed framework, confirming that the design is feasible, and no significant obstacles exist to prevent the concept from being realized. A Basic Design Approval is the stage of review where global aspects of the design, hull structure, stability, mooring, marine systems, and technical safety, are reviewed and approved by DNV in

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