Port of Aberdeen is a step closer to becoming a strategic hub for floating offshore wind, with its proposed South Harbour upgrade project progressing to Stage 2 ‘priority’ status in the Scottish Offshore Wind Energy Council’s (SOWEC) Strategic Investment Model (SIM). The significant upgrade involves a capital dredge project to deepen 750m of quayside to -14.5m chart datum, providing suitable ...
Port of Aberdeen today (15 March 2024) announces strategic appointments to its leadership team as it targets growth in the energy, trade, and tourism sectors: John Wilson promoted to Head of Engineering, joining the Executive Leadership Team. Benji Morrison is welcomed as the new Harbour Master Peter Suttie promoted to Operations Manager John Wilson has been appointed as Head of ...
Specialist process safety and data science company, Empirisys has announced the opening of a new Aberdeen office as part of its ongoing rapid growth plans and commitment to the North Sea energy industry. The new office, strategically located in the city centre’s Marischal Square, is the latest development for the Cardiff-headquartered business as it strengthens its foothold in the North- ...
The finalists of the seventh annual Decom Mission Awards have been revealed, ahead of an Awards Ceremony which will take place in Aberdeen on 21st May, during the organisation’s Decom Week, 20th – 24th May. The Awards, which were established by Decom Mission to highlight excellence across a number of areas in decommissioning, will this year recognise outstanding efforts in ...
Prestigious IChemE Franklin Medal for 2024 awarded to Empirisys CEO Gus Carroll Leading data science and process safety company Empirisys’ CEO, Gus Carroll, has been awarded the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Franklin Medal for 2024; one of the most prestigious accolades in the Chemical Engineering community. IChemE medals and prizes are awarded annually, and celebrate the remarkable achievements of ...
Renewables for Subsea Power (RSP) project completes 12-month milestone. Plan to finalise Orkney project this Spring. Industry players to assess lessons learned and plan next steps. A groundbreaking ocean energy project which has combined wave power with subsea energy storage to power subsea equipment has now completed a 12-month test programme at sea and will end this Spring. The final ...
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The Cut

The Cut The Cut covers the latest news and updates in decommissioning, as well as a digest of the work of the Decom Mission team as we inform and independently represent decommissioning across the energy sector. Welcome to The Cut. As with all sectors, there is an element of community and network in the decommissioning world. These are end of ...
Atlas Copco Specialty Rental UK and Ireland – a leading provider of temporary industrial and offshore rental equipment – has made a multi-million-pound investment following a substantial growth period, and to drive future growth.  To meet ever-increasing demand for its rental equipment, the company has strategically invested in an extensive range of new assets. This includes power generators, electric and ...
Port of Aberdeen celebrates decade of supPORT-all for local communities Port of Aberdeen’s supPORT-all programme has awarded £800,000 in funding since 2014 Online applications now open for 2024 supPORT-all programme 14 funding awards available for 2024 totaling £25,000 Port of Aberdeen today (12 February 2024) launches funding applications for community projects through its supPORT-all programme, taking its total support to ...
Rovco, the leading provider of high-technology offshore wind solutions is now adding a second hull mounted survey vessel to its fleet with the long-term charter of the DP2 vessel Glomar Worker.  The four-year charter with Glomar comes in response to client demand for innovative geophysical and geotechnical survey solutions. Rovco is now converting the sister vessel to the already contracted ...