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WorkBoat + Wind Volume 4
A legal team from the Texas Public Policy Foundation is representing Rhode Island fishermen in a lawsuit seeking to overturn permits for the Vineyard Wind offshore energy project. TPPF video image.
Texas Public Policy Foundation brings fishermen’s lawsuit against Vineyard Wind
Salem, Mass., is envisioned as the state's second wind port to support the Commonwelth and Mayflower projects. Avangrid rendering.
Massachusetts, Maryland award new offshore wind contracts
About 130 people attended the WorkBoat offshore wind breakfast at the 2021 International WorkBoat Show in December. Doug Stewart photo
Jones Act skirmishes coming in offshore wind
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management said its environmental assessment foresees 'no significant impact' from up to 800,000 acres of wind energy leases in the New York Bight. BOEM graphic.
BOEM says ‘no significant impact’ from New York Bight wind leasing
Insights from Workboat Show 2021: The Business Network for Offshore Wind defines a path forward
The trawler Virginia Marise from Point Judith, R.I., near the Block Island Wind Farm. Deepwater Wind photo.
Fishermen say offshore wind surveys rip up gear: ‘There has to be accountability’
The Paul Candies, an offshore inspection, maintenance and repair vessel in the Gulf of Mexico, will be modified to help install turbines on the South Fork Wind project east of Montauk, N.Y. Otto Candies photo.
Siemens Gamesa to contract Gulf of Mexico IMR vessel for turbine project
About 130 participants joined the WorkBoat offshore wind breakfast Thursday morning to hear about latest developments in the market. Doug Stewart photo.
Offshore operators see wind power opportunity
The Bureau of Offshore Energy Management approved a plan for 12 wind turbines in the South Fork Wind project 35 miles east of Montauk, N.Y. BOEM graphic.
BOEM approves South Fork Wind ‘habitat alternative’ plan
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BOEM designates wind energy area off central California
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