EVOL: Day two, Subsea Expo 2024 -Sentinel
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by DC Thomson
3d ago
In this Subsea Expo episode we're joined by Ray Riddoch who chatted with us about methane emissions and the growing recognition for mitigating hydrocarbon leaks. Ray tells us more about the latest regulations and requirements.    About Energy Voice Energy Voice investigates and reports on what matters in global energy, helping sector leaders understand the geopolitical and economic factors underpinning current events, and giving them a view on what’s coming over the horizon. Each year, 3.4m professionals use Energy Voice as a trusted source of breaking news and insight. For more info ..read more
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EVOL: Day two, Subsea Expo 2024 - Montrose Port Authority with Plug Port
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by DC Thomson
3d ago
We're joined by Maria from Plug Port and Ann from Montrose Port Authority. They tell us about their joint venture, Shore Power Infrastructure. We discuss connecting to the grid using renewable power and the importance of community and collaboration.  About Energy Voice Energy Voice investigates and reports on what matters in global energy, helping sector leaders understand the geopolitical and economic factors underpinning current events, and giving them a view on what’s coming over the horizon. Each year, 3.4m professionals use Energy Voice as a trusted source of breaking news and insigh ..read more
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EVOL: Day two, Subsea Expo 2024 - Onboard Tracker
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by DC Thomson
3d ago
It’s day two of Subsea Expo and we chat with Kevin Coll of Onboard Tracker about how the service platform is transforming businesses of all shapes and sizes across the energy industry.   About Energy Voice Energy Voice investigates and reports on what matters in global energy, helping sector leaders understand the geopolitical and economic factors underpinning current events, and giving them a view on what’s coming over the horizon. Each year, 3.4m professionals use Energy Voice as a trusted source of breaking news and insight. For more information on how you can speak to those profession ..read more
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EVOL: Day two, Subsea Expo 2024- Global Underwater Hub
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by DC Thomson
5d ago
It's day two at Subsea Expo. We chat with Steve Fernie from Global Underwater Hub about some of the key takeaways from the event and question what are the big topics and exciting developments within the subsea sector.    About Energy Voice Energy Voice investigates and reports on what matters in global energy, helping sector leaders understand the geopolitical and economic factors underpinning current events, and giving them a view on what’s coming over the horizon. Each year, 3.4m professionals use Energy Voice as a trusted source of breaking news and insight. For more information o ..read more
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EVOL: Day one, Subsea Expo 2024 - STATS Group
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by DC Thomson
5d ago
Join Energy Voice at Subsea Expo for the first of our mini pods with STATS Group. We discuss their experience in providing subsea pipeline isolation and intervention solutions, and how these technologies can be applied to enhance the safety and integrity of pipelines in the North Sea. About Energy Voice Energy Voice investigates and reports on what matters in global energy, helping sector leaders understand the geopolitical and economic factors underpinning current events, and giving them a view on what’s coming over the horizon. Each year, 3.4m professionals use Energy Voice as a trusted sour ..read more
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EVOL: Extracurricular crisis, Shell’s LNG outlook and ‘the end of North Sea investment’?
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by DC Thomson
1w ago
Roses are red, hydrogen is blue, celebrate with a Valentine’s day EVOL podcast for two. Ryan travels to Aberdeenshire this week, where council plans to slash childcare provision have stirred warnings over the impact on parents - and gender balance - in the energy sector. The fallout from Labour’s manifesto pledge to hike windfall tax rates continues to blow through the industry, with claims tens of thousands of jobs could be at risk. Could the policy herald “the end of oil and gas investment in the North Sea”, as has been claimed? And Ed gazed into Shell’s LNG-powered crystal ball this week, t ..read more
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EVOL: EPL 'betrayal', rig mishaps and a win for BP
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by DC Thomson
2w ago
Keir Starmer was up in Aberdeen recently but did he listen to the industry?  The team dive into Labour's announcement that it will up the rate of the windfall tax to ensure the headline rate will match that of Norway. Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of commerce has described this as a "betrayal", while others claim investors will run for the hills. Looking back on the dramatic footage of the moment the Ocean Great White semisubmersible rig’s lower marine riser package “unintentionally separated” and fell to the sea floor, Allister, Andrew and Ryan discuss what's next for the incident at BP ..read more
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EVOL: Exploration, Aramco and Monkey-watch
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by DC Thomson
3w ago
Monkeying around! No that’s not about the Japanese macaque on the loose in the Highlands, but the debate around North Sea exploration. The team dig into it as dozens of new licences are issued this week, and as new polling suggests a split between those who support domestic production and those in favour of continued exploration in the UK. And we’re over to Aramco as plans to cut back capacity deliver a blow to big projects and the share prices of big oil contractors.    About Energy Voice Energy Voice investigates and reports on what matters in global energy, helping sector leaders ..read more
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Bridges and Bottlenecks 04: Hydrogen and CCUS
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by DC Thomson
3w ago
Joining Energy Voice’s print features lead, Ryan Duff, is DNV’s market area manager for onshore oil and gas James Jenkins and Tim Dumenil hydrogen asset manager from Storegga. The three dive into the hydrogen and carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS) markets, the issues they are facing and the opportunities for businesses if the UK gets sees success in the sectors. Mr Jenkins tells listeners: “It's fair to say that UK policy support for hydrogen pipeline infrastructure is probably a couple of years behind those of CCS pipeline infrastructure.” About Energy Voice Energy Voice investigat ..read more
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EVOL: Juicing the Orange Basin, Scotland’s port potential and letters to the First Minister
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by DC Thomson
1M ago
Fresh from the bright lights of Pareto’s annual E&P conference in London, Ed reports on Africa Oil’s big hopes for the year – not least of which include exploration opportunities in Orange Basin acreage off Namibia and South Africa. Meanwhile Andrew has been coast to coast looking at the UK’s offshore wind hopes, with port infrastructure remaining one of the key challenges, particularly in the wake of news that another set of floating turbines will be towed abroad for maintenance. And Allister pores over a letter sent by Ithaca Energy to First Minister Humza Yousaf voicing discontent over ..read more
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