How to revamp the offshore wind recruitment strategy to avoid project delays

In the second part of a two-part article, Jordan Mason, contract recruiting manager at Air Swift, looks at the geographic location of employment, friendly competition from other sectors for skills, and how certification can be a barrier for some candidates. The technology sector is a peer. There is an increasing overlap of skills between the … Read more

US monthly crude oil production falls


U.S. crude oil production fell in November, according to new data from the Energy Information Administration. U.S. crude oil supplies averaged 12.375 million bpd in November—down 35,000 bpd from a month ago. It is the latest monthly production data released by the IEA. It is the highest average monthly production level since March 2020. In … Read more

LSU is the first to offer CCUS attention

BATON ROUGE, La., Feb. 01, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Last fall, LSU’s Kraft and Hawkins Department of Petroleum Engineering became the first in the nation to formally focus on carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS). . While other institutions are adding courses, tracks or certificates related to this topic, Louisiana’s location at or near the … Read more

Concerns about golden eagles are partly driving the redesign of Scotland’s wind farms.

He photographed a golden eagle in Scotland. The bird of prey is protected under the UK Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. Education Images | Universal Pictures Group | Getty Images Plans for a wind farm off the coast of Scotland have been revised after a number of concerns, including how the project could affect golden … Read more

Total Energy will start the fourth solar power plant in Japan

Regulatory News: Total Energies (Paris: TTE) (LSE: TTE) (NYSE: TTE) has commenced commercial operation of a 51 megawatt (MW) solar power plant located in Tsu, Mie Prefecture, Japan. The plant, connected to the electricity distribution grid, will supply its electricity to Chubu Electric Power Miraiz Co. Inc., a subsidiary of the regional utility company, through … Read more

Big oil can be big, the analyst said. Why transatlantic mergers make sense.

text size Exxon Mobil Oil Filter. Scott Olson/Getty Images Major U.S. oil companies hit their biggest stock market highs this month since the outbreak of the pandemic, while their peers in Europe are still well off their previous highs. Now one analyst is suggesting a surprising way to close that gap. Exxon Mobil (Marker XOM … Read more

Ukraine’s war to accelerate the transition to clean energy, says BP

LONDON, January 30, 2010 – Russia’s war in Ukraine will accelerate the world’s transition to renewable and low-carbon energy by balancing long-term energy needs, BP announced. Report on Monday. In its 2023 Energy Outlook Benchmark, BP PLC says the Ukraine war will reduce global economic activity by around 3% by 2035. BP lowered its 2035 … Read more

Oil rises after Iran drone strike, China pledges to boost consumption

SINGAPORE, Jan 30 (Reuters) – Oil prices rose early in Asia on Monday, supported by tensions in the Middle East following a drone strike in Iran and Beijing’s pledge to introduce a recovery in consumption to support oil demand over the weekend. Brent crude rose 54 cents, or 0.6 percent, to $87.20 a barrel by … Read more

A New Way to Create Scalable Perovskite Solar Cells |


ARC’s Center of Excellence in Exciton Science has demonstrated a new way to create sustainable, efficient perovskite photovoltaics on an industrial scale. The process is the first effective use of lead acetate to make formamidinium-cesium perovskite solar cells. The Exciton Science Group at Monash University was able to create it. perovskite solar cells At 21% … Read more