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Wind projects face growing objections… on environmental grounds

by Peter Buxbaum  • Nov 23, 2022

If litigation is successful, offshore leases may be in jeopardy.

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GE Renewable Energy selects Mammoet to supply onshore heavy lifting and transport for Dogger Bank Wind Farm

by AJOT  • Nov 21, 2022

• Cranes will support staging of 277 sets of blades, nacelles, and towers at Able Seaton Port • Project will become largest offshore wind farm in world when complete

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DFS appoints Blagovisniy Project Cargo Sales Manager

by AJOT  • Nov 21, 2022

Blagovisniy brings over 24 years’ experience in aviation and air chartering, most recently with Antonov Airlines

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Bureau Veritas to certify major commercial floating wind project in Korea

by AJOT  • Nov 22, 2022

Bureau Veritas a world leader in testing, inspection and certification, in partnership with the Korean Register (KR), has been appointed to lead the project certification of Bada Energy’s Gray Whale 3, a major floating offshore wind farm project in Ulsan, Republic of Korea, that will be a key component of…

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AAL’s Hansen confident in the MPV market
by George Lauriat  • Nov 23, 2022

Whats this about?

It is the “uncontained” shipments that draw a lifetime allegiance of purveyors of the business. As one MPV (Multi Purpose Vessel) analyst bluntly said as an aside, “Boxes are boring.”

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