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    By the Numbers

    What’s in Store for US Offshore Wind?

    By Philip Lewis, Intelatus Global Partners

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    Brendan Smith, president of Seaward Services, outlines his vision for the multifaceted marine services company.

    By Eric Haun

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    Jones Act Uncertainties Persist in US Offshore Wind

    Many questions surrounding the Jones Act remain as the United States continues to build up its offshore wind energy industry, though 2023 could bring some answers.

    By Charlie Papavizas, Winston & Strawn LLP

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    Over 8 GW of Floating Wind for California, But Who Will Build It?

    As the dust settles from December's California floating wind auction, and developers begin to discuss their plans, marine and energy industry intelligence firm Intelatus says development of the floating wind manufacturing and installation supply chain must speed up.

    By Philip Lewis, Intelatus Global Partners

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    Onshore Funding for Offshore Wind

    Grant funding is available for ports and operators serving the U.S. offshore wind industry.

    By James A. Kearns and Brett Richards, Jones Walker LLP

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    US Offshore Wind: Our Interconnected Future

    It will take a team effort that spans sectors and even industries to meet the United States’ goal of 30 GW of offshore wind by 2030.

    By Greg Lennon, ABS

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    Ports: Building A New Energy Industry

    Sorting out infrastructure, ports and logistics issues will be key as the offshore wind industry scales up to meet the United States’ ambitious targets.

    By Tom Ewing

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    Vessel Conversions Gaining Favor in US Offshore Wind

    A difficult financial environment for newbuilds is leading U.S. offshore wind stakeholders to consider repurposing existing Jones Act vessels from offshore oil and gas.

    By Eric Haun

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    ZF Marine Transmissions Are a Top Choice for Offshore Vessels

    Vessel operators in the offshore domain turn to the transmission experts at ZF Marine.

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    Tech Files: Offshore Wind

    Marine News highlights some of the latest vessels and technologies making waves in the offshore wind industry.

Marine News, January 2023 Volume 34, Number 1

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