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  • Offshore wind farms for Scottish and Irish waters Developments at several proposed offshore and onshore wind farms continue offshore in the Irish Sea and both on and offshore Scotland. First, DONG Energy and ScottishPower Renewables have decided to go ahead with the construction of the West of Duddo...

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  • This is the main report of the Offshore Wind Cost Reduction Pathways Study, which identifies and quantifies cost reduction opportunities for the offshore wind industry. It is an evidence-based study, which enriches the reader’s understanding of the drivers and dependencies of offshore wind costs. Th...

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  • Improving offshore wind performance thorugh better use of jack-up vessels in the operations and maintenance phase

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  • The Amrumbank West wind farm in the North Sea has begun construction with the installation of the first foundation 37 km north-west of the island of Helgoland, Germany.   The 288 MW wind farm from E.ON is being constructed by the jackup rig MPI Discovery, which has been chartered by E.ON for s...

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  • Here, Martin Maeso MEI gives an overview of the importance of the Energy Institute's (EI) Technical Programme, and describes some of the new initiatives on the table for 2013, both in terms of work areas and developing knowledge provision.

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  • A smarter approach to asset integrity is proving to be the cost-effective answer to corrosion and erosion in ageing oil and gas assets, writes Robert Stokes.

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  • The news that three auctions are to be held this year brightens the E&P picture in Brazil, reports Patrick Knight

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  • Since the COP21 Agreement on climate change, transport decarbonisation is becoming an imperative. The big question is how fast energy transformation will occur. In this month’s issue we look at the timeline for the electrification of cars and expected impact on the oil sector. An NGVA study suggests...

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