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Creatine Market Analysis and Industry Outlook 2022

Posted by Pratiksha M on May 14, 2018 9:35 AM EDT
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The 2017-2022 Global Top Countries Creatine Market Report is a research study available at DecisionDatabases.com. The report studies the market, its value chain, latest trends, forecasts, innovation, drivers, and restraints. It’s a complete guide for the industry knowledge.

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Spotlight on UK supply chain

Posted by Charles Decuir on February 20, 2018 9:20 AM EST
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Former UK defence secretary and energy minister Sir Michael Fallon is to assess the impact of government policy on generating local content in offshore wind projects.

The report, which has been commissioned by Wilton Engineering, will consider the detail of contracts undertaken by the company and its partners in evaluating the effectiveness of the government’s UK content policy.   


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In support of the Administration’s “America First Energy Plan,” the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is pleased to announce the availability of draft guidelines for the use of a “Design Envelope” approach in Construction and Operations Plans (COPs) for offshore wind energy facilities in the United States.

“The Outer Continental Shelf’s offshore wind potential is a tremendous asset and part of the Administration’s America First Energy Plan to make it easier for industry to do business here.” said Secretary Ryan Zinke. “And, now more than ever, we must use every tool at our disposal to ensure an energy-secure future – one that promotes jobs and is affordable, competitive and safe. Offshore wind will play a big role in this future.”


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Norway-based offshore wind services company Fred. Olsen Windcarrier AS has agreed to integrate its fleet of crew transfer vessels (CTVs) into Northern Offshore Services’ (N-O-S) existing management and organisation.

This will be done as part of a newly-signed cooperation agreement that will allow Fred. Olsen Windcarrier to focus its resources and investments on the installation of offshore wind turbines and the provision of operations and maintenance (O&M) services, CEO Even Larsen said in a statement.


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The Southern New England Offshore Wind Energy Science Forum will showcase completed and ongoing research that is taking place at the Block Island Wind Farm and within Southern New England to improve the management and development of offshore wind energy. This 2-day event (December 11 – 12, 2017) will present the priority research topics of interest to resource users – including fishermen, municipalities, and recreational boaters – and state and federal regulators.  Topics will likely include the effects of the construction and operation of offshore wind farms on habitat, fish, marine mammals, avian species, and people.  This event is being organized by the University of Rhode Island (URI) Graduate School of Oceanography,  URI Coastal Resources Center and sponsored by the Rhode Island Coastal Resources Management Council and U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management with financial support from Deepwater Wind and Rhode Island Sea Grant.

To learn more go to http://www.crc.uri.edu/projects_page/southern-new-england-offshore-wind-energy-science-forum/

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All stakeholders have an interest in building on the experience of existing projects to reduce investment cost, streamline the project development process and build high performing projects. From 2014 through 2016, ABS Group served as the Certified Verification Agent (CVA) for the Block Island project, the first commercial offshore wind farm in U.S. waters. In this role, we provided an independent third-party assessment of the design, fabrication and installation of the wind farm on behalf of the client.

Complete the form (linked) below to access the full paper, "Lessons Learned from the First US Offshore Wind Farm – Design, Manufacturing and Construction."


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