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  • Ocean Winds and Aker team-up for ScotWind bids

    Ocean Winds and Aker Offshore Wind have submitted joint bids for Crown Estate Scotland’s ScotWind process for new commercial-scale offshore wind farms, covering several locations in the Outer Moray Firth.   The partners propose use of floating devices to deliver 6,000 MW of energy, which…

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  • Record Gas Prices Could Hasten Nord Stream 2 Launch, Analysts Say

    Record gas prices in Europe could hasten clearance for fuel supplies via Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline to Germany, analysts said on the 14th September.   Last week Gazprom said it had finished construction of the pipeline and Germany’s energy regulator has said it has four months to complete operating certification…

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  • Baltic Pipe lands in Poland

    The offshore pipeline of the Baltic Pipe project has reached landfall in Poland, according to the latest update.   The pipeline was pulled from the Castoro Sei vessel using a 1,500-metre long and 119-millimetre wide wire rope pulled by a winch to the shore. In…

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  • Venezuela Heavy Oil Project Reserves Will be Left Stranded

    Venezuela’s heavy oil project reserves will be left stranded as international players divest their interest.   That’s what GlobalData said in a statement sent to Rigzone on the 10th September, which highlighted that TotalEnergies and Equinor had recently divested their respective interests in Petrocedeno to…

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  • Germany has Four Months to Certify Nord Stream 2 Pipeline

    Germany’s energy regulator said on the 13th September that it had four months to complete a certification of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline after receiving all necessary documents for an application for an operating license from the pipeline company.   A week ago, Russian gas group Gazprom said it had finished…

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