An analysis reveals the tipping point between commercial viability of fixed and floating foundations could be at a greater water depth than previously expected.
The application of oil and gas know-how to dynamic power cables is transmitting success to deepwater windfarms.
By the mid-2020s, half of all oil and gas output in Norway could come from platforms receiving renewable power from land, the Norwegian Petroleum Directorate (NPD) said.
Shell and Equinor aspire to be major players in a dramatically expanding U.S. wind power sector.
Renewables and new technologies could push power emissions to zero but would do so in different ways across global markets.
BP CEO expresses concerns about the impact of COVID-19 in a ‘pivotal moment’ for the world.
Wood, the global engineering and consulting company, has secured two solar engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts from an American power and energy company worth over $200 million on June 16.
The French energy giant will acquire a 51% stake in the Seagreen 1 project, which, once completed, will be Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm.