The developers of a floating wind scheme off the northeast coast of Scotland have begun gathering wave, wind and weather data at the site.
The team behind the upcoming Salamander floating offshore wind project is holding a second series of public consultation events in Peterhead this month.
Offshore wind ‘heavy hitter’ Hugh Yendole has been appointed as project development director for a major floating scheme off Peterhead.
Project partners behind the Salamander floating wind farm have signed an exclusivity agreement with Crown Estate Scotland following success in the INTOG leasing round.
Consultancy firm ERM Group has secured work on the Salamander Floating offshore wind farm, a joint venture between Simply Blue Group, Orsted and Subsea7.
“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.
A number of key uncertainties remain over the deployment of hydrogen, but one point of agreement from Adipec this week has been the need for long-term contracts.
US-headquartered Ocergy has been awarded a pre-FEED (front-end engineering design) deal for the foundations for the Salamander floating wind farm off Aberdeenshire.
A key milestone has been reached in development of the Salamander floating wind farm off Peterhead.
Wood (LON: WG) has been awarded the principal design and pre-FEED scope for Salamander, the 100MW floating windfarm to be built off Peterhead.
Ørsted will take a majority stake in the Salamander floating wind project off the Aberdeenshire coast, as part of a joint venture set up by Simply Blue Group and Subsea 7.
Floating wind firm Simply Blue Group has drawn a €7.5m (£6.3m) investment from Octopus Renewables.
Floating wind Salamander aims to provide stepping stone for green hydrogen Dolphyn off north-east coast
Energy firms behind ambitious plans to develop floating wind and green hydrogen projects off the north-east coast will work together to see if their schemes are an ideal match.
The Global Energy Group (GEG) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate with a partnership planning a new floating wind development off the north-east coast.
Ophir Energy will close almost half of its offices and reduce its headcount as it looks to streamline costs following its acquisition of Salamander Energy earlier this year. The move was made as chief executive Nick Cooper admitted the company faced a “tough time” in the commodity cycle. However the company’s head insisted Ophir continued to have a strong balance sheet despite the changes.
Ophir Energy said its board of directors has reached an agreement with Salamander Energy in its takeover bid. The transaction for the entire share capital of Salamander Energy means shareholders will be entitled to 0.5719 of new Ophir shares.
Ophir Energy has made an indicative offer to acquire Salamander Energy, the companies have said in a joint statement. The company is making an offer of 0.5719 of its own shares for each Salamander share. Both Ophir Energy and Salamander said there was “compelling strategic logic” for the move, that will leave the pair with a strong portfolio of operations across Africa and South East Asia.