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Panel 1 May 1, 2015 Please join FPI and The Maritime Alliance on Friday, May 1 in this co-sponsored event - the first in a series of events to be held at SAIS on economics and policy related to the oceans and the Blue Economy. The agenda features a keynote address by Rick Spinrad, Ph.D., Chief Scientist, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and four panel discussions with scholars and practitioners on the following topics: Size and Growth of the Blue Economy, The Future of Offshore Infrastructure, Ocean Planning & Floating Infrastructure, and Policy & Strategic Implications of Offshore Infrastructure. This is a free event, but RSVP is required! Box lunches will be available for pre-registered guests.
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The development of the Aasta Hansteen gas field in the Norwegian Sea is one of the biggest and most complex industrial projects in Europe. The field is located outside established infrastructure in 1,300 meters of water, 300 km from the Norwegian coast in the Norwegian Sea. The field development includes a SPAR platform, which will be the first such installation on the Norwegian continental shelf. The installation features conventional topsides with processing facilities. It is built in the Hyundai Heavy Industries Offshore Yard in Ulsan, South Korea. Polarled is a new 480-kilometer gas pipeline from Aasta Hansteen to Nyhamna in Møre og Romsdal county. The pipeline facilitates the development of Aasta Hansteen and other fields in the Norwegian Sea. -----------------------------------...
North Sea Infrastructure The future development of a North Sea energy system up to approx. 2050 will require a rollout, coordinated at European level, of interlinked offshore interconnectors, i.e. a so-called interconnection hub, combined with large-scale wind power. Any surplus wind power could be converted into other forms of energy, or stored. Situating this interconnection hub on a modularly constructed island in a relatively shallow part of the North Sea would result in significant cost savings. These are the starting points for a proposed efficient, affordable and reliable energy system on the North Sea, which will contribute to European objectives being met. This vision does not preclude the option of providing renewably generated power from the wind farms to nearby oil and gas plat...
A talk by Andreas M. Antonopoulos about how new technologies are initially built on old infrastructures until an "infrastructure inversion" happens and they replace the old infrastructure. Comparisons to the automobile, electricity and internet explain the concept and predict a similar future for bitcoin and financial infrastructure.
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Discover the construction methods Bouygues Travaux Publics and its Monegasque partners will use to develop six hectares of a new eco-neighbourhood primarily consisting of housing (60,000 m²), public facilities, an extension to the Grimaldi Forum, a public car park, a marina with pedestrian wharves, a landscaped park, a seafront promenade and a shaded, planted walkway running the length of the Japanese Garden.
By means of the National Energy Agreement, the Dutch government wants to achieve a substantial increase in the share of wind energy in the Netherlands’ energy mix. To increase offshore wind energy capacity, the government has designated three zones in the North Sea for the development of new wind farms. The offshore wind farms will be connected to the national transmission grid by means of an offshore electricity grid. The Ministry of Economic Affairs has expressed its intentions to appoint TenneT as the operator of the offshore grid. As the offshore grid operator, TenneT can realize its ambition to facilitate the transition to a more renewable energy supply. TenneT is committed to an intensive stakeholder consultation process with respect to e.g. technical and planning issues concerning...
Finite opportunities in traditional infrastructure assets have led to an increased volume of renewable energy investment. Mark Dooley, Macquarie Capital Europe’s Head of Infrastructure, Utilities and Renewables, discusses investment opportunities in the relatively new offshore wind market and what makes it attractive to investors.
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2016 Ocean Technology Conference Ocean Technology in New England and Atlantic Canada: Promoting a Network of Collaboration Prof. Krish Thiagarajan of the University of Maine introduces a panel on Offshore Energy and Marine Infrastructure.
Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. is a leading global dredging and offshore contractor and maritime services provider. We offer a unique combination of experts, vessels and activities. With our origins in the Netherlands, we have been operating for over 100 years. Today we create new horizons for our stakeholders in the ports, offshore energy, maritime and inland infrastructure markets.
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As part of the design and construction of the new Portier Cove eco-neighbourhood in Monaco, Bouygues Travaux Publics has been contracted to build the maritime infrastructure that will serve as base for the offshore extension of the Principality.
Partner Helen Clarke discusses how the Australian Government’s announcement of the new Carbon Price scheme may affect the IT infrastructure services arena as there will likely be flow-on effects for Australian-based data centres and their customers. Originally created 20 July 2011.
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