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Marine Power Systems’ WaveSub Gets SCORE Grant

August 22, 2014

Grant programme, Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE), has announced Marine Power Systems’ WaveSub as the latest innovation to receive funding. Marine Power Systems was founded with the sole purpose of developing and bringing to market the novel, patent protected wave energy converter ‘WaveSub’. The award winning WaveSub has four key USPs which… Continue Reading »

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ABB Makes a Breakthrough with New Transmission Cable System

August 22, 2014

ABB, the leading power and automation technology group, has announced a breakthrough in cable technology. It has successfully developed and tested a 525 kilovolt (kV) extruded high-voltage direct current (HVDC) cable system to make renewable energy installations more efficient and cost-effective. This latest innovation will more than double the power capacity to about 2,600 megawatts… Continue Reading »

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Lower Tertiary Trend Remains Focus of Western Gulf Bidding

August 21, 2014

Lower Tertiary trend acreage in the western deepwater Gulf of Mexico was once again a focal point of bidding in the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s Western Gulf lease sale Wednesday. Fourteen companies submitted 93 bids on 81 of the 4,026 offered in Western Planning Area Lease Sale 238. The sale, which offered more than… Continue Reading »

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TDW Assists PTTEP in Pipeline Repair on Bongkot Platform

August 21, 2014

Responsible for providing Thailand with 20 percent of its annual natural gas supply, PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP) works hard to make certain that natural gas production from the Bongkot and Erawan Production Platforms, located in the Gulf of Thailand, flow with little disruption. PTTEP is vigilant for safety and efficiency, continually… Continue Reading »

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Divers explore depths to find Dhammazedi Bell

August 21, 2014

400 years ago, the largest ancient bell sunk to the depths of River Rangoon after having been stolen by a governor of Thanlyin from Shwedagon Pagoda during 1600s for the purpose of melting it down to produce cannons. However, the raft that carries the bell broke halfway across the river and the bell remained submerged… Continue Reading »

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Treasure hunting with the pros

August 21, 2014

Michigan husband-and-wife restauranteurs Seth and Audrey Doherty — both experienced Great Lakes divers — spent a week’s vacation in Key West last month hunting for ancient underwater treasure. Their two days of scuba diving about 35 miles southwest of the Island City weren’t exactly scenic: visibility hovered around 10 feet and there was a vicious… Continue Reading »

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Wood Mackenzie: Third Wave of US Shale to Show Europe the Way Ahead

August 21, 2014

Energy research firm Wood Mackenzie believes the emerging third phase of onshore unconventional oil and gas development in the United States could show the way ahead for shale gas and oil projects in Europe. Wood Mackenzie said that after conducting an in-depth analysis of U.S. unconventional activity over the last decade, it considers that the… Continue Reading »

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Ofgem Shortlisted Bidders for Westermost Rough and Humber Gateway Transmission Links

August 21, 2014

Ofgem has announced a short list of four bidders competing to own and run transmission links to two offshore windfarms. They are both located in the North Sea off the coast of Yorkshire. The shortlisted bidders go through to the final bid stage where Ofgem will appoint the Offshore Transmission Owner (OFTO) for each project,… Continue Reading »

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