Latest News for: Project offshore contracting
29 Feb 2024
... programs to integrate new clean energy resources like a first-in-the-nation networked geothermal pilot project, solar, offshore wind, electric vehicles and battery storage, into the electric system.
28 Feb 2024
commercial-scale offshore project to deliver generated electricity to the grid; andExecuted a multi-year contract extension of a master services agreement with an existing gas utility customer in ...
27 Feb 2024
... deepwater engineering and construction player McDermott, seeking damages for failing to fulfil its contractual obligations on the Greater Tortue Ahmeyim (GTA) project offshore Mauritania and Senegal.
The Berkshire Eagle
24 Feb 2024
Seven weeks after the project's first electrons began to flow, five of Vineyard Wind's offshore turbines are now generating enough power for 30,000 Massachusetts homes, officials announced Thursday.
The Salem News
23 Feb 2024
Seven weeks after the project’s first electrons began to flow, five of Vineyard Wind’s offshore turbines are now generating enough power for 30,000 Massachusetts homes, officials announced Thursday.
22 Feb 2024
Norwegian offshore vessel ... DOF’s contract scope includes project management, engineering, procurement and logistics of cable and all associated equipment as well as the complete offshore works.
22 Feb 2024
the direct and indirect impacts of implementing recommendations resulting from the business review announced in November 2022; unusual weather conditions and their effect on energy sales to customers ...
Cape Cod Times
18 Feb 2024
In December, NPR reported, "The problems first surfaced in Massachusetts when two offshore wind developers announced that the large projects they had signed contracts for were "no longer viable" under the terms of their existing agreements..".
The Maritime Executive
17 Feb 2024
... installation vessels citing for example its existing contract for the installation at the UK’s Hornsea 3 project, which will consist of up to 231 offshore wind turbines and be completed in 2027.
15 Feb 2024
New York is reviewing bids for offshore wind contracts that allowed developers to seek a higher price for previously awarded projects to account for rising inflation, interest rates and project costs.
AP / Adel Hana