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When Majid Al-Suwaidi landed in Aruba in 2016, the United Arab Emirates consulate general to New York may have seemed as unlikely a guest as any to the tiny Caribbean island. His home nation and Aruba are separated by more than 12,000 kilometers (roughly 7,500 miles) as the crow flies. And the former oil company geologist wasn’t vacationing, like most tourists there, but had come to discuss business — the business of renewable energy, including solar panels and wind farms.


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EC Infosystems, a leader in Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Billing/Customer Information Solutions (CIS) for companies in the deregulated energy industry, will sponsor DNV GL’s Executive Energy Forum in Key Biscayne, FL on May 15 – 18 th.

After nearly a decade of sponsoring DNV GL’s Energy Executive Forum, EC Infosystems continues to play a critical role in supporting DNV GL’s annual event, which brings together leaders and executives from a variety of industries to exchange ideas, discuss challenges, and spur cross-talent collaboration that leads to pivotal breakthroughs—all to help define the future of energy. This year’s sponsorship will include hosting the opening evening’s grand reception on Tuesday, May 15 th which will be immediately followed by EC Infosystems’ exclusive after-glow party at Dune Beach Lounge.


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RCEA Selects 'Highly Capable' Wind Energy Team

Posted by Web Master 6 on April 5, 2018 9:50 AM EDT
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The Redwood Coast Energy Authority announced this afternoon that it has selected a “consortium” of companies to enter into a public-private partnership to pursue the development of an offshore wind energy project off the North Coast.

According to an RCEA press release, the consortium — which consists of Principle Power Inc., EDPR Offshore North America LLC, Aker Solutions Inc., H.T. Harvey & Associates ad Herrera Environmental Consultants Inc. — includes entities with wind lease application and permitting experience, and represents “a highly capable team with the needed capacity to develop, finance, operate and build a supply chain to support this and future projects.”


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Latest research study from HTF MI with title United States Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels by Manufacturers, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2023. The Research report presents a complete assessment of the market and contains Future trend, Current Growth Factors, attentive opinions, facts, historical data, and statistically supported and industry validated market data. The study is segmented by products type, application/end-users. The research study provides estimates for United States Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels Forecast till 2023.


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America’s offshore wind industry is growing, creating quality, family-sustaining jobs and helping to drive the nation’s clean energy future. This week, the BlueGreen Alliance said that the Offshore Wind Jobs and Opportunity Act introduced by Reps. Niki Tsongas (D-MA), Bill Keating (D-MA), and Raúl Grijalva (D-AZ) will ensure that workers have access to the skills training they need to take advantage of this emerging industry.

“The UWUA applauds the introduction of the Offshore Wind Jobs and Opportunity Act, recognizing the bright future of offshore wind energy production along the Eastern seaboard, and around the world,” said Mike Langford, National President of the Utility Workers Union of America (UWUA).


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Bureau Veritas has developed a comprehensive approach to support shipowners in addressing maritime cyber risks. A new series of classification notations, guidelines, and services enable owners to comply with regulatory requirements, safeguard their crews, and protect their assets from both malfunction and malicious attack.

Cyber threats could impact offshore wind vessels that rely on digital or web-based platforms to manage transport of workers or equipment.


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Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels Market report reports cover detailed information on data type like Industry chain, manufacturing process, cost structure, marketing channel, capacity, production, market share, price, growth rate, consumption, import, export, are also studied in the Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels industry.

Top Companies in Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels Market are: A2SEA, MPI-Offshore, Seajacks, Fred. Olsen Windcarrier, Geosea, Van Oord, Jack-Up Barge, SEAFOX, Swire Blue Ocean, Gaoh Offshore, and more.

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Innovative Inspection of Offshore Foundations

Posted by Charles Decuir on February 28, 2018 12:20 PM EST
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Using Interfering Sound Waves for Monopile Investigation

Offshore wind farm operators face a challenge when trying to establish the integrity of the monopile-transition piece interface which has been used in 80% of turbines constructed before 2012. A key focus is the layer of grout which bonds the two steel sections of the structure, the integrity of which could affect the turbine’s long-term stability. Uniper Technologies, working with a team from the British Geological Survey, has developed a system, the first of its kind, which uses interfering sound waves to investigate the monopile-transition piece underwater and highlight any areas of defective or missing grout. The system, which has been successfully trialled at sea, was a winner of the recent Subsea Inspection competition organised by the Carbon Trust’s Offshore Wind Accelerator. Importantly the technique can inspect the structure from a single surface and within the tight timescales required for offshore procedures. Inspection data is interpreted and shared in a transparent format.


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Reportsbuzz added a new latest industry research report that focuses on “Offshore Wind Cable Laying Vessel market ” and provides in-depth Global Offshore Wind Cable Laying Vessel market analysis and future prospects of Offshore Wind Cable Laying Vessel market 2017. The research study covers significant data which makes the document a handy resource for managers, analysts, industry experts and other key people get ready-to-access and self-analyzed study along with graphs and tables to help understand market trends, drivers and market challenges. The research study is segmented by Application/ end users Offshore Wind Farm Construction, Wind Farm Cable Laying Operations, Wind Turbine Operation and Maintenance, Offshore Energy Installation, Operation and Maintenance, products type Sail-powered, Engine-powered and geographies like United States, China, Europe, Japan, Korea & Taiwan.


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Subsea production systems can be used to develop reservoirs, or parts of reservoirs, which require drilling of the wells from more than one location. Subsea technology in offshore oil and gas production is a highly specialized field of application with particular demands on engineering and simulation.


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