Sediment builds up in canals and ports, and so this underwater infrastructure needs to be continuously dredged to required depths.
Deep sea mining is expected to grow 37% annually, from $650mn in 2020 to $15.3bn by 2030. Hydrothermal vents on the ocean floor are chimney-like structures where un
Communication from the depths of the seas currently requires a cable connection or acoustic transmission.
In the North Sea approximately 2000 wells are planned to be permanently plugged and abandoned in the upcoming decade. The industry is already closing more sites tha
Europe is currently the largest market for offshore decommissioning with the majority of this activity taking place in the North Sea. In the North Sea approximately
The total capacity of the offshore wind sector in Europe grew by 18% in 2018 alone. The prospect of larger turbines and deeper waters present a challenge to the cur
The High-Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy (HLP) commissioned the HLP Expert Group to
Norway is one of the leading ocean economies in the world today. The Norwegian Government regards the maritime industry as a priority sector.
This publication, Building Industries at Sea: ‘Blue Growth’ and the New Maritime Economy, l