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Thursday, Jan 20, 2011
DPS Offshore, part of Forum Energy Technologies UK Ltd, will be exhibiting at Subsea 2011 on stand AB1 February 9-10 at Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.  DPS Offshore is a leading provider of rental equipment, ROV systems, ROV tooling and equipment sales plus associated engineering and calibration services to the marine survey, construction, environmental, ROV, hydrographic, geophysical and oceanography industries.
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BHP Billiton approves revised costs for Kipper And Turrum Petroleum Projects

BHP Billiton today announced the approval of increased capital expenditure for the Esso Australia operated Kipper and Turrum projects in the Gippsland Basin, offshore Victoria. Read more…

Maersk Oil announces an unprecedented cross-border deal extends field life

Maersk Oil is entering its first cross-border tie-in, which will enable gas and condensate from a field in Norwegian waters to be taken to Maersk Oil’s Harald platform, in Danish waters, for processing before exporting onwards. Read more…

Ptil announces consent to carry out exploration drilling in block 30/11

Consent: Statoil ASA has been granted consent to carry out exploration drilling of well 30/11-8S in the North Sea. Read more…

Tap increases its interest in WA-351-P

Tap Oil Limited (ASX Code: TAP) has exercised its pre-emptive right to acquire an additional 20% interest in the highly prospective WA-351-P exploration permit in Western Australia’s Carnarvon Basin. Read more…

Roc Oil announces sale of WA-351-P, Carnarvon Basin, Australia

Roc Oil (WA) Pty Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of ROC, announced on 20 December 2010 that it had agreed to sell its 20% interest in WA-351-P, offshore Carnarvon Basin, Western Australia, to Woodside Energy Ltd for US$15.75 million subject to working capital adjustments and normal industry terms and conditions, including the receipt of joint venture and relevant government approvals. Read more…

Subsea 7 launches offshore renewables division

Subsea 7 S.A. (NASDAQ-GS: SUBC; Oslo Børs: SUBC) announces the launch of its offshore renewables division, transferring its proven seabed-to surface expertise, capabilities and strong safety and risk management processes and systems to specifically develop and execute work in this emerging market. Subsea 7 will provide project management, engineering and construction services to support offshore developments in the global renewables industry. The division, based in Aberdeen, Scotland, will be led by Bob Dunsmore, Vice President, Renewables, Subsea 7. Read more…

GE’s advanced wind turbine technology selected for new projects in Romania

Supporting Romania’s drive to increase its supply of clean, renewable energy, GE (NYSE:GE) is teaming with wind farm developer Monsson Alma for two projects that will add 35 megawatts of wind capacity to the country’s power grid. Read more…

DOE-Secretary Chu announces new efforts to promote clean energy in tribal communities

U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu announced two new initiatives to promote tribal energy development and continue strengthening the partnership between the Department of Energy and tribal nations. Read more…

A-Power receives RMB 68 million (US$ 10.2 million) government subsidy for its acquisition of Evatech

A-Power Energy Generation Systems, Ltd. (Nasdaq: APWR) (“A-Power” or the “Company”), a leading provider of distributed power generation systems in China and a manufacturer of wind turbines, today announced that it received a RMB 68.17 million (approximately US$ 10.2 million) cash subsidy on January 6, 2011 from the Liaoning Provincial Government in support for the Company’s acquisition in January 2010 of Evatech Co. Ltd. (“Evatech”), a designer and manufacturer of industrial equipment for liquid crystal displays, plasma display panels, and amorphous-silicon photovoltaic panels. Evatech is based in Japan. Read more…

Constellation Energy to develop 1.25 MW in solar installations for Anne Arundel County and Coppin State University

Constellation Energy (NYSE: CEG) today announced the development of a 750-kilowatt on-site solar installation at Anne Arundel County’s Combined Support Services Complex in Millersville, Md., and the development of a 500 kilowatt on-site solar installation at Coppin State University in Baltimore. Both projects are funded, in part, by grants through the Maryland Energy Administration’s Project Sunburst initiative, which promotes the installation of large-scale solar photovoltaic energy systems on state buildings. Constellation Energy will finance as well as own and operate the on-site solar installations. In return, both organizations will purchase the electricity produced by the systems at a reduced cost from Constellation Energy over a 20-year period. Read more…

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