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EPEn has recently completed a complex study for a major UK windfarm developer. The Offshore Wind Development project is planned in a congested area of the UK North Sea. The development complexity concerns constructability, operations and decommissioning due to environmental sensitivity, existing shipping lanes and adjacent oil and gas installations and infrastructure. To support the Development Consent Order (DCO) process, EPEn performed a...
EPEn refreshes and redevelops our services in environmental consultancy and climate change mitigation and adaptation to better meet the changing needs of our clients and global market demand for clean energy, environmentally responsible developments and climate change resilience. With the redevelopment of our environmental and climate change consultancy services in addition to our wide range of services in terms of investment strategy, renewable...
In an increasingly congested UK continental shelf, major offshore windfarm developments need to successfully manage project interfaces both within the development and consenting phase and also during construction and operations. Successful interface management is achieved based on the provision of relevant and up to date information covering the offshore windfarm development space and surrounding areas. EPEn is working with a major windfarm...
EPEn has joined the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative, to align our sustainability strategies and operations with other companies world-wide to advance, together, in achieving common sustainability goals. The next steps will be working on our Communication in Progress which will outline the actions to further incorporate the principles into our business strategy and operations. To check EPEn’s UN Global Compact profile, please...
Working for Non-Operated Venture Partners, EPEn provided an independent wells and completions cost and schedule estimate for two subsea wells in deep-water offshore Israel. The study included an assessment of the drilling program, completions design and comparison against local benchmarks as well as the delivery of a complete independent cost and schedule estimate for each of the wells. Additional recommendations were provided on analysis of NPT...
  Navitas Petroleum (https://www.navitaspet.com/) is a public oil and natural gas exploration and production partnership with significant exploration prospects focused on North America.In support of their investment in a potential major greenfield FPSO project, EPEn was engaged to conduct a comprehensive independent technical due diligence exercise covering wells, subsea, flow assurance, turret and...
Tritax Big Box is the UK’s leading investment company focused on larger scale logistics real estate. Tritax is fully committed to a continuous improvement in environmental performance through responsible business and property management practices. As part of this the company is considering the application of increased power generation from onsite-renewables and lower carbon energy sources. As part of this green energy transition, EPEn assisted...
By the beginning of February 2020, UK wind power production consisted of 10,429 wind turbines with a total installed capacity of over 22 gigawatts: 13,575 megawatts of onshore capacity and 8,483 megawatts of offshore capacity. However, leading-edge erosion (LEE) of the turbine blade, particularly for offshore turbines, is a growing problem for the wind energy sector today, which incurs high costs for inspection, maintenance, repair, and loss of...
In an increasingly congested UK continental shelf, new offshore wind license areas, potential new wind farm developments and existing oil and gas offshore infrastructure will occupy adjacent or even overlapping areas in the offshore space. Within the next 5-15 years many of the existing offshore oil and gas facilities will be decommissioned, but these mid to long-term decommissioning plans are not publicly available information.  EPEn’s...
EPEn continues to grow in wind energy - meeting with Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co., Ltd to discuss offshore wind energy technology and new developments in the UK and South Korea