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  • This month’s issue of Petroleum Review begins with a look at how the international oil and gas sector is looking to transition to a low carbon future. We assess how central banks are positioning themselves to regulate the process, and highlight a call for fossil fuel companies to disclose potential ...

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  • This document describes good practice in marine surveying processes for offshore wind farm transmission cables (export cables) in the UK. It provides an overview of the geophysical and geotechnical surveys required for export cable installation and maintenance. 

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  • The aim of this project is to investigate the specification of large cables that may be used in large scale Offshore Wind Installations. The first phase of this project is to define a range of appropriate cable dimensions, based upon a collection of reference designs and then predict the continuous ...

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  • A guideline for the offshore wind industry on the safe use and operation of construction vessels

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  • In this month’s issue of Petroleum Review we look at the greater use of debt capital markets as a source of funding for E&P companies, and how 2014 is set to offer independent oil and gas producers new opportunities to access funding to support asset development and M&A activity. We exp...

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  • This report analyses the potential for cost reductions and efficiencies in the offshore wind supply chain in Europe. It examines the areas of the supply chain where the most significant cost savings may be achievable and what might underpin cost reductions.The findings are based on a survey of over ...

  • Natural gas production in the UK peaked in 2000, and in 2004 it became a net importer. A decade later and the UK now imports about half of the natural gas that it consumes. The central thesis of the project on which this report is based is that as the UK’s gas import dependence has grown, it has eff...

  • An analysis to help the maturing European offshore wind industry understand the supply chain challenges it faces and consider how they might be resolved. It forms part of The Crown Estate’s work in supporting the Offshore Wind Programme Board (OWPB), and updates and extends previous gap analyses und...

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  • The purpose of this strategy is to support the sector in delivering this economic potential for the UK by promoting innovation, investment and economic growth in the UK supply chain.

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  • The focus of the fledgling UK offshore wind industry has so far been the development and construction of wind farms in the unforgiving marine environment. But, as more and more offshore assets are commissioned and the number of operational wind turbines continues to grow, the technical and commercia...

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