A dozen key projects in the North Sea will deliver a “golden opportunity” for the UK supply chain in the coming years, according to new research.
Global Underwater Hub (GUH)
Subsea Expo, the global underwater showcase in Aberdeen, is set to return to pre-pandemic numbers this year, with more than 6,000 visitors expected.
Global Underwater Hub to grasp “greatest opportunity for subsea in our generation”
The Global Underwater Hub (GUH) has announced the makeup of its new ten-strong board, drawing on talent from across the energy and marine sectors.
Organisers or Subsea Expo 2022 have hailed the event as a major success after the three-day conference in Aberdeen came to a close.
Global Underwater Hub (GUH) chief executive Neil Gordon has backed the UK's blue economy to grow exponentially in the coming years.
“You would like to think it was good planning,” joked Neil Gordon, chief executive of the Global Underwater Hub (GUH), “but I think it’s just fortunate that, at the moment, it looks as if everything has landed well for us.”
Maybe yesterday should be renamed Green Monday rather than Blue Monday. It was certainly a day to celebrate the ambition for renewable energy in Scotland as the ScotWind licencing round was announced with provision for significantly more GW than anticipated.
Organisers say it is their intention to continue with the flagship Subsea Expo event in February, despite the cancellation of SPE Offshore Europe amid rising omicron cases.
In a year that continued to be dominated by the pandemic and the rapid acceleration of the energy transition, both the underwater industry and its representative body have been evolving.