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  • A leading UK energy company undertaking exploration, development, production, marketing and supply of oil and gas while maintaining a responsible approach to health, safety & the environmentPreviously named Statoil)

  • Energy companies Drax Group, Equinor and National Grid Ventures have launched a new campaign, Zero Carbon Humber, to show how carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS) technology could make the Humber a net zero carbon economy and provide a foundation for the rollout of hydrogen as a fuel across the ...

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  • Dogger Bank Wind Farms, the developer of what will become the worlds largest offshore wind farm when built, has unveiled GE Renewable Energy as its preferred turbine supplier. GE will supply Dogger Bank with its Haliade-X turbine, with a generating capacity of 12 MW or more the final number of tu...

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  • The worlds largest floating offshore wind farm, and the first to power offshore oil and gas platforms, will be built by Siemens Gamesa for deployment off the coast of Norway.The company has been awarded five contracts by Norwegian energy company Equinor to supply wind turbines to the Hywind Tampen ...

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  • The Governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, and former Vice President Al Gore have announced the winners of New York's first comprehensive offshore wind solicitation. The project will see the construction of two offshore wind farms in Long Island waters, with a combined capacity of 1.7 GW. Contract...

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  • Norways $1tn sovereign wealth fund made up of the surplus revenues of the countrys petroleum sector has unveiled plans to phase out its investments in oil and gas companies that only conduct exploration and production. The announcement marks the funds latest foray into fossil fuel divest...

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  • Norway aims to develop the worlds first storage facility capable of receiving CO2 from a variety of industrial sources. Brian Davis reports.

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