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”

UK Offshore Energy Workforce Transferability Review

The new U.K. Offshore Energy Workforce Transferability Review by Robert Gordon University (RGU) highlights that the offshore energy workforce mix will change significantly in the next 10 years, with roles in decarbonized energies projected to increase from 20% to 65% of all jobs in the offshore energy sector (oil and gas, offshore wind, carbon capture utilization andContinue reading “UK Offshore Energy Workforce Transferability Review”

Improving Efficiency of Offshore Renewable Energy Generation

A new project being led by the National Oceanography Centre to develop a system to improve the efficiency of offshore renewable energy generation and help develop the blue economy has been awarded funding from Innovate UK’s Sustainable Innovation Fund. Submarine High-fidelity Active-monitoring of Renewable energy Cables (SHARC) is a project that aims to improve the operational efficiency ofContinue reading “Improving Efficiency of Offshore Renewable Energy Generation”

Citizen Science with New Ocean Alert Mobile App

The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has released Ocean Alert, a new mobile data collection app for marine megafauna sightings. Collected data will help BOEM plan offshore energy and mineral development in ways that lessen the potential impacts to species such as sea turtles, sharks and whales and their habitats. BOEM developed theContinue reading “Citizen Science with New Ocean Alert Mobile App”