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  • By the Numbers: Discoveries & Reserves

  • By the numbers: RIGS

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    Westwood’s top three 2023 offshore drilling rig market predictions

  • Offshore oilfield services spending to keep rising in 2023, led by Brazil

    Offshore E&P capex will shake off the pandemic-induced declines and rebound by 20% in 2022, reaching a total $165B spent on exploration, wells, and facilities.

    By Matt Hale, Lead Analyst, Rystad Energy

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    Global Offshore Exploration Outlook

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    Offshore Support Vessel Outlook for 2023

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    Offshore Wind: The Top 10 Offshore Wind Trends of 2023

  • Emerging U.S. Floating Offshore Wind Segment

    By Philip Lewis, Research Director of Intelatus Global Partners

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    Offshore wind power will improve energy security for Poland and the Baltic States

    In 2024, the first Polish projects will enter the construction phase, and Baltic projects will follow soon after. At stake is the reduction of energy dependence on fossil fuels.

    By Tomasz Laskowicz, Researcher at Intelatus Global Partners

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    Carbon Capture and Storage - an Emerging Offshore Industry

    We are heading towards 2.2°C of global warming - the uncomfortable conclusion of DNV’s recent Energy Transition Outlook report. Closing the gap between our current 2.2°C trajectory and the 1.5°C future we need requires significant deployment of carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies.

    Jamie Burrows, Head of Business Development – CCUS, Energy Systems at DNV

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    Subsea power agnostic

    Using renewable energy to power critical subsea infrastructure needs power management. It’s a capability Verlume will soon be proving off the Orkney Islands – and Hawaii.

    By Elaine Maslin

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    Floating Power: Electricity and Future Fuels

    Beyond shoreside hotel power, there’s floating, utility-sized power, or floating power plants. At the core of these are some familiar names in marine propulsion and national grid power — Wartsila, Siemens Energy, MAN Energy Solutions. Challenging the status quo and working with these paradigm power producers are consortia of companies from the renewables and offshore sectors. Driving development are developing-world demand, the renewal of diesel plants, subsidy and electricity shortages worldwide. Sweetening the pot is a chance to produce unproven fuels hydrogen and ammonia.

    By William Stoichevski

  • A Look inside the Deepwater Atlas

    Marijana Sosic, Manager, Technical Marketing at Transocean, discusses some of the outstanding features of the Deepwater Atlas and sister-ship Deepwater Titan , which together represent an investment of more than $2 billion.

    By Offshore Engineer Staff

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    A Robotic Reach in Offshore Wind

    STL’s Autonomous Synchronised Stabilised Platform being put through its paces at the University of Plymouth’s COAST Laboratory.

    By Elaine Maslin

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    A Digital Future: World’s First Floating Offshore Wind Digital Twin

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    Catching the (Miros) Wave

    Real-time, cloud-based wave monitoring helps offshore operators perform more efficiently and safely, as Jonas Røstad, Chief Commercial Officer, explains.

    By Greg Trauthwein

  • By the Numbers: Middle East Offshore Markets

Offshore Engineer, November/December 2022 Volume 47, Number 6

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