Foreword From the Chief Executive

I’m writing this foreword at an extraordinary time, with Russia embarking on a full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

In this edition we explore the concept of an inflationary boom – a time when inflation is rising, oil and gas prices are reaching new highs, energy security is at risk and supply chain logistics issues are the norm. What does this mean for the immediate future of energy sector, and what needs to be done to combat it?

My business, Andrew Hart, Cargostore Worldwide

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Is Nuclear black on the table?

The past few months have been remarkable when it comes to the prospect of seeing a wave of new nuclear build around the world.

Nuclear is back in the limelight and can no longer be dismissed as a viable and sustainable solution, says George Borovas at Hunton Andrews Kurth

Floating an idea for fossil-free platform power

Can the North Sea become a net-zero basin by 2050 while maintaining energy security?

Innovative thinking is needed on the path to decarbonising the offshore oil and gas sector, writes Wärtsilä’s Tim Burnett

Ambitious North Sea transitional deal makes strong process

The quest to achieve net-zero greenhouse gas emissions while also ensuring energy security for the UK is our biggest challenge, but one we believe the North Sea Transition Deal (NSTD) will help us

In the 12 months since the landmark North Sea Transition Deal was signed, the UK oil and gas industry has made strong progress towards delivering on its ambitious commitments, says Mike Tholen at Offshore Energies UK

Floating wind: A chance for offshore success

In one day, the recently announced ScotWind offshore wind leasing round added a pipeline equivalent to double that of all the UK offshore wind currently in operation.

The ScotWind tender results mark the commercial breakthrough of floating offshore wind, but we need significant and sustained investment in infrastructure and supply chain capability if the UK is to deliver the technology at scale and cement itself as a world leader, says Professor Sir Jim McDonald FREng FRSE, President of the Royal Academy of Engineering

The US Golden State: A golden opportunity for offshore wind power

California may be best known in the energy industry for its trailblazing solar market, but the landmark Joint Agency Senate Bill 100 report (SB100), published in March 2021, concluded that Californ

With consistent winds, vast coastlines and a commitment to 100% clean energy, California is ripe to establish itself as a global leader in floating offshore wind power, writes Paula Major, Chair of Offshore Wind California, and VP of Offshore Wind at US Mainstream Renewable Power

Hotspot for renewables but wind powers ahead

The energy landscape of North America is growing into a diverse hotspot for renewable energy.

Discover new renewable energy opportunities in North America with the help of team EIC Houston

Port of Rotterdam CO2 Transport Hub and Offshore

One of the few solutions to tackle emissions from heavy industry is CCS. Currently, CCS is the fastest way to substantially reduce CO2 emissions at a relatively low cost.

The Netherlands has clear climate objectives: to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 55% below 1990 levels by 2030, and to be carbon neutral by 2050.

Carbon storage as a service

When it is operational in 2024 it will be the first-ever cross-border open-source CO2 transport and storage infrastructure network, and will offer companies across Europe the opportunity to store t

Northern Lights is responsible for developing and operating CO2 transport and storage facilities, open to third parties, as part of the Norwegian government’s full-scale CCS Longship project.

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