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DNV GL launches revised design standard and new certification guideline for floating wind turbines

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DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts and certification body, has published the revised standard for design of floating wind turbine structures DNV GL-ST-0119, and a new guideline for the certification of floating wind turbines, DNVGL-SE-0422. Together, the two documents define design and certification requirements for floating offshore wind turbine concepts, prototypes […]

Source: DNV GL

Published: September 24, 2018


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Norway’s Largest Oil Pipeline Now in Place

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Category: Energy

STAVANGER — Last week Norway’s largest and longest pipeline, laid by the vessel Saipem Castorone, reached the Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea. Late last week the last pipe of what is now Norway’s longest and largest oil pipeline was installed right next to the riser platform at Johan Sverdrup field. The 36-in. pipeline […]

Source: World Oil

Published: September 10, 2018


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ONS: Cybersecurity Experts Say O&G Industry Not Doing Enough

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Category: Energy

STAVANGER — While the global oil and gas industry seems to have plenty of innovation and new thinking to show off at ONS this year, there is a group of folks that thinks it is coming up short in one specific area and that would be fighting cybersecurity threats adequately. In a morning conference session […]

Source: World Oil

Published: August 29, 2018


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ONS: Updates on the New E&P Landscape of the NCS

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Category: Energy

STAVANGER — Since ONS in 2016, the landscape of E&P companies on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS) has changed significantly. New players have entered the arena, companies have merged and several of the larger majors have changed their organizations, altered their business models or even changed their names and branded outfit, such as Equinor. At […]

Source: World Oil

Published: August 28, 2018


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Energy Minister: Losing Lofoten Would Imperil Norway’s Arctic Push

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Backing down on drilling off Norway’s Lofoten islands could also threaten the search for 16 billion barrels of oil and gas that lies beneath the Barents Sea, the country’s energy minister said. The warning comes amid increasing signs that Labor, the nation’s biggest party and a long-time friend to the oil industry, is starting to […]

Source: Bloomberg

Published: August 19, 2018


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