Proposed Offshore Wind Development Sale in NY Bight

In support of the Biden-Harris Administration’s goal of installing 30 gigawatts of offshore wind energy by 2030, the U.S. Department of the Interior has announced a proposed sale for offshore wind development on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) in the New York Bight, an area of shallow waters between Long Island and the New Jersey coast.Continue reading “Proposed Offshore Wind Development Sale in NY Bight”

Reducing Offshore Carbon Emissions

On June 24, industry experts will discuss efforts to reduce emissions from offshore production facilities as part of the NOIA ESG Panel on Reducing Carbon Emissions. The panelists are: Mike Paulin, Intecsea, technical advisor. He will discuss design approaches for offshore facilities that help achieve emission reductions. Monica Bøe, Equinor Production International (EPI), vice president safety, security and sustainability,Continue reading “Reducing Offshore Carbon Emissions”

Webinar June 24: How Jones Act Applies to Canadian Companies in Offshore Wind

Marine Renewables Canada and the the Consulate General of Canada in Boston will host a webinar June 24 for an overview of the Jones Act and how it applies to Canadian companies looking to enter the offshore wind supply chain. The Jones Act is a federal law that regulates maritime commerce in the United States.Continue reading “Webinar June 24: How Jones Act Applies to Canadian Companies in Offshore Wind”

Contract for First Hydrogen-Fuel Inland Waterway Vessel

Concordia Damen has signed a historic contract with Lenten Scheepvaart for the construction of the first ever inland waterway vessel to run on hydrogen. The vessel, to be named MV Antonie, will be 135 meters long, weigh 3,700 tons and boast a revolutionary fuel cell propulsion. It will be used to transport salt between DelfzijlContinue reading “Contract for First Hydrogen-Fuel Inland Waterway Vessel”

Panama Canal Launches Decarbonization

The Panama Canal has launched its process of decarbonizing its operations, with the aim of becoming carbon neutral by 2030. While the Panama Canal contributed to a reduction of more than 13 million tons of CO2 equivalent emissions in 2020 by offering a shorter route for ships in comparison to the most likely alternative routes,Continue reading “Panama Canal Launches Decarbonization”