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Nuclear project sets out carbon and hydrogen ambitions

Nuclear project sets out carbon and hydrogen ambitions

Harnessing hydrogen and filtering ambient air to remove carbon are among the ideas to make a new nuclear plant planned for Suffolk as green as possible.
Vattenfall first to order 'gamechanger' in-turbine toilet

Vattenfall first to order 'gamechanger' in-turbine toilet

Within weeks of its launch, the offshore wind industry’s first in-turbine toilet has secured its first entire wind farm order from Swedish energy group Vattenfall.
Norwich-based energy consultancy makes three new appointments to its board

Norwich-based energy consultancy makes three new appointments to its board

International and award-winning energy consultancy, Cornwall Insight, has strengthened its board with three new appointments.
New Sizewell B boss bids to extend power station’s life by 20 years

New Sizewell B boss bids to extend power station’s life by 20 years

The new station director of Sizewell B has set his sights on extending its lifespan by 20 years – arguing it is crucial to meeting the country’s electricity needs.
Update on OGA approach to licence amendments

Update on OGA approach to licence amendments

The Oil & Gas Authority (OAG) has release the below update on its approach to licence amendments during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Neptune Energy awards $6.5M contracts for Cygnus gas facility

Neptune Energy awards $6.5M contracts for Cygnus gas facility

Neptune Energy today announced the award of integrity management and fabric maintenance contracts for its operated gas production platform, Cygnus, to Oceaneering and Stork, to the value of approximately $6.5 million.
International vessel specialist targets Lowestoft hub as UK growth base

International vessel specialist targets Lowestoft hub as UK growth base

An international offshore transport and installation contractor with some of the world’s largest vessels has chosen Lowestoft’s offshore renewables hub as the location to strengthen its UK presence.
Taller turbines used to help protect seabirds off Norfolk coast

Taller turbines used to help protect seabirds off Norfolk coast

During the design phase of its Norfolk projects, Swedish energy group Vattenfall sensitively sited individual turbines and made them taller, maximising the wind energy that could be generated off the Norfolk coast, whilst minimising the impact on biodiversity. 
Energy consortium completes another successful offshore retrofit solution campaign

Energy consortium completes another successful offshore retrofit solution campaign

Despite challenging weather and the Covid-19 pandemic, N-Sea Renewable and Utilities Services, as part of a consortium between N-Sea Group and SeaRenergy Offshore Holding, have successfully completed a project to retrofit subsea cable protection.
Huge wind farm off Norfolk coast gets go-ahead despite concerns

Huge wind farm off Norfolk coast gets go-ahead despite concerns

One of the world's biggest wind farms will be built off the Norfolk coast after the government gave it the go-ahead - despite concerns about the impact on wildlife and villages in the county.