Three floating wind exclusivity agreements have been signed by Cerulean Winds as part of Crown Estate Scotland’s Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas leasing round.
Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG)
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'Ambitious' schedule expected to see an FID made later this year.
Aberdeen’s floating wind crown has been passed to Norway today as the world’s largest project, Hywind Tampen, officially opens.
Crown Estate Scotland, the body which manages seabed rights for offshore renewables, has announced Euan McVicar as its new chair.
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Project partners behind the Salamander floating wind farm have signed an exclusivity agreement with Crown Estate Scotland following success in the INTOG leasing round.
A panel of industry experts suggested there would not rush to hold an 'INTOG 2' leasing round, given the challenges and pace needed to deliver existing projects in tandem with ScotWind.
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Only two of the nine zones up for grabs in the targeted oil and gas category of the INTOG leasing round had successful applications.
Harbour Energy, TotalEnergies and BP are among the big winners of the floating wind auction, aimed at oil and gas electrification and tech development.
Crown Estate Scotland has announced the winners of its "world-first" innovation and targeted oil and gas leasing round as 13 of the 19 applications have been successful.
As the winners of the innovation and targeted oil and gas process are expected to be announced, we look at what is up for grabs.
Flotation Energy and Vårgrønn have filed a scoping report for the Cenos floating wind project, their second INTOG venture aimed at powering offshore oil and gas assets.
The backers of the Green Volt floating wind farm off Peterhead have submitted a key marine application ahead of a licensing award, as they look to deliver the project by the middle of the decade.
Aiken has appointed Baptiste Gougeon to the role of business director for its modular outfitting and refurbishment business, as it looks to make good on energy transition opportunities.
Flotation Energy is consulting on potential onshore cable routes that would link its proposed Green Volt floating wind farm with the National Grid, making landfall at Peterhead.
Crown Estate Scotland talks INTOG, ScotWind 2, and looks back on a year since the first ScotWind awards were unveiled.
Orcadian Energy will look to the INTOG offshore leasing round to help progress its flagship Pilot development, chief executive Steve Brown said, as the firm looks to make headway in 2023.
Global Underwater Hub CEO Neil Gordon says the subsea sector needs clearer visibility on major projects in wind, oil and gas and defence.
A total of 19 applications have been made for its Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas (INTOG) offshore wind leasing process, Crown Estate Scotland has said.
“We’re hopeful we can get the seabed lease then put our foot down on delivering,” is the message from the triarchy behind the Salamander floating wind scheme off Peterhead.