After delaying for more than one and a half year, federal authorities have completed their environmental review of Vineyard Wind, which is now merely one step away from approval. An enormous milestone for the industry, says developer.
Information sent to the Danish Maritime Authority shows that the operator behind the controversial gas project expects to compete pipe-laying efforts through the country's waters during the third quarter of this year.
Battery supplier Corvus Energy believes fuel cells could be the key to unlocking shipping's green transition, and an unexpected phone call from Japan's Toyota only fueled the company's belief in the project further.
Saudi Arabian oil saw its most serious attacks in 18 months when export terminal Ras Tanura came under missile and drone fire in an assault claimed by Houthi rebels, prompting a near 3-percent rise in Brent crude price.
At Maersk Supply Service, only three percent of seafarers are female. The company wants to ensure that women never find themselves alone in a male-dominated environment and will deploy women in pairs, head of crew management tells EnergyWatch's sister media ShippingWatch.
The federal republic has agreed to pay compensation to energy companies operating domestic atomic power stations following the country's policy shift to phase out the contentious energy source in the wake of the Fukushima Dai-Ichi meltdowns.