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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 caisson precasting area consists of a 10,000 m2 working space at the dock, which will be used primarily for preparing the reinforcements and assembling formwork for the caissons. It also includes a 32,000 m2 area of water, where a floating dock will be positioned (see photo). A first in France, this 56-metre-long, 50- metre-wide and 27-meter-tall floating dock will make it possible to prefabricate the 18 caissons.
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.
Kelvin Hughes is a world leader in the design and supply of navigation and surveillance radar systems for naval ships, submarines, coastguard vessels, port Vessel Traffic Service (VTS), coastal surveillance, special forces, offshore infrastructure and merchant ships. SharpEye™ solid state Doppler radar is at the heart of our navigation and surveillance systems providing maritime situational awareness through advanced target detection capability. SharpEye™ will detect the smallest of targets in severe weather, earlier, and at longer ranges than conventional magnetron based radar.
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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...
Florence School of Regulation topic of the month September 2016 http://fsr.eui.eu/offshore-energy-infrastructure/ Tim Schittekatte, Research Associate at Florence School of Regulation, introduces Offshore Energy Infrastructure, the FSR topic of the month and a rapidly developing and expanding source of renewable energy in Europe. What is the current situation and what difficulties are faced? Photo credit: Gunfleet Sands Offshore Wind Farm by Tim Sheerman-Chase https://www.flickr.com/photos/tim_uk/9423483084/ CC Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/
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...
Infrastructure has been a key driver of Australia’s economic growth. Frank Kwok, Co-head of Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets Asia-Pacific, considers the growing demand of infrastructure in Australian cities and the opportunities that exist for offshore and private sector investment. For more infrastructure insights from Macquarie, visit: http://www.macquarie.com/GII-2017
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.
The vessels will include a modified flight deck capable of operating the latest Merlin helicopters, larger stores and more accommodation for embarked troops. They will also be the first ships to be built with a BAE Systems designed, new state-of-the-art operating system called Shared Infrastructure, which will be rolled out across the Royal Navy’s surface fleet over the next ten years. Shared Infrastructure revolutionises the way ships operate by using virtual technologies to host and integrate the sensors, weapons and management systems that complex warships require. By replacing multiple large consoles dedicated to specific tasks with a single hardware solution, the amount of spares which are required to be carried onboard is reduced, significantly decreasing through-life costs.
Successfully Executed Biggest Ever Angle Tap in India (36" On 42") 19th June 2015 was a historic day in the field of Hot Tapping Services In India, as Plant-Tech successfully completed 36" Angular Hot Tapping, The biggest ever angular tapping executed in India thus far. Our esteemed Client, M/s Offshore Infrastructre Limited was awarded with LSTK contract of plant turn Around in Bharath Petroleum Corporation Limited, Mumbai, which involved several hot tapping works, including this historic job. M/s Offshore offloaded the works of hot tapping to Plant - Tech, A name trusted by most of the petrochemical refineries and fertilizers. Angle Tapping is not a New Concept in India. In the past various sizes of Angular Hot Tappings have been executed in India by other service providers, and the ...
2016 Ocean Technology Conference Ocean Technology in New England and Atlantic Canada: Promoting a Network of Collaboration Dana Eidsness of MITC leads the panelists and audience in a question and answer session on the subject of Offshore Energy & Marine Infrastructure.
India is ranked 5th globally in terms of installed wind capacity. During 2015, it installed 2.62 GW - bringing the total to over 25 GW. Indian wind installations accounted for a 5.8 percent share of the global market in 2015. Among renewables, wind power accounted for almost two-thirds of the installed capacity. Wind power capacity accounted for over 8.7 percent of the total installed capacity in the country. India was also among the top 10 investing countries in renewable energy, with its commitments rising to USD 10.2 billion (EUR 8.9bn) Official projections for 2022 are to see a total installed capacity of 60 GW of wind power in India. Recently India published the offshore wind policy. We closely support the central government and the States to facilitate the advent of an offshore win...
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