A new recommended practice (RP) to standardize operator requirements for welding and inspection of subsea equipment. The Universal Smart Energy Framework (USEF), co-developed by DNV GL. DNV GL has presented Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (SHI) with an Approval in Principle (AIP) for the Cyber Secure. Northern Drilling’s West Mira is the first rig in operation to be awarded the DNV GL Battery (Power) class notation. It has been published by DNV GL. Developed through a joint industry project. DNV GL has awarded Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) the world’s first Approval in Principle (AIP) for the Cyber Secure (Advanced) class notation. It avoid unnecessary cost and risk.
A new DNV GL recommended practice (RP) has unlocked new opportunities for the oil and gas sector. DNV GL recognised at inaugural wind investment awards ceremony in London. Singapore’s Maritime Port Authority (MPA) and DNV GL have renewed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The new RP aims to streamline manufacturing processes and significantly reduce lead-time and cost. DNV GL was asked to carry out a power failure investigation after a major fire at a large-scale South Korean energy storage facility. For the first time, DNVGL-RP-B204 “Welding of subsea production system equipment” provides agreed and harmonized operator requirements.
Stian Saltnes Gurrik, JIP Project Manager says “The joint industry project has shown that the subsea sector is willing and prepared to standardize requirements”.
The additional scope has been awarded as a result of the use of the Samsung Smart Ship Solution, SVESSEL. With the Battery class notation, company helping customers in the offshore industry take advantage of new technologies for safer. The AIP proves that the vessel design, which was developed in cooperation with the Advanced Research. DNVGL-RP-F303 Subsea pumping systems provides a comprehensive specification for subsea pumping systems. The best practice guidelines that will ensure consistency in the fabrication of subsea pressure retaining equipment such as wellheads. Ms Quah Ley Hoon, Chief Executive, MPA, and Remi Eriksen, Group President & CEO, DNV GL, recently signed the MoU in Singapore.
The RP has been published following a JIP, initiated by DNV GL in February 2017. The awards celebrate the achievements of the energy industry across the globe. Cyber security is now an essential part of safe ship design and operation. DNV GL has won advisory of the Year at the inaugural European Wind Investment Awards. The MPA and DNV GL have been working together since 2014 to drive innovation in the maritime industry. The JIP involving twelve operators, contractors and fabricators addressed supply chain uncertainty and high costs related to qualifying welding activities. DNV GL is also at the forefront of sustainable ocean initiatives.
The RP has already been included as a contract reference in several new subsea development projects. The European Wind Investment Awards celebrates the best practice in the European wind industry. The three-year MoU covers many of the most important emerging trends within the maritime industry. This new addition to DNV GL’s growing set of recommended practices for subsea applications is another important step. It follow-up project will lead to criteria for bankability and validating remaining functionality. It makes it vital that the marine industry strengthens security to guard against cyber-attacks. DNV GL’s new recommended practice for Welding of subsea production system equipment.
It towards a more united, sustainable, and cost-effective sector. Company glad to receive the world’s first AIP from DNV GL for the Cyber Secure. DNVGL-RP-F303 has been published following a joint industry project including participants from subsea operators Equinor. DNV GL, the world’s largest resource of independent energy experts. Recently it joined 30 companies and institutional investors to sign up to the UN Global Compact Sustainable Ocean Principles. Korea is emerging as one of the fastest growing markets for energy storage systems in the world. The ‘serious game’ seeks to promote greater understanding of energy markets.
USEF was shortlisted alongside impressive projects from the Dubai Electricity & Water Authority. Shell and Woodside in addition to four major systems suppliers. The 13 categories were judged by some of the biggest names in wind and DNV GL saw off stiff competition from Everoze. The operating environment ahead for the maritime industry will be defined by three trends. After one such major fire at a large energy storage facility, DNV GL was contracted by the site’s insurer. Company expect cyber security technology, verified by DNV GL, will meet the customer’s requirements on cyber risks. DNVGL-RP-B204 complements the launch of another new DNV GL RP to deliver more cost.
HHI’s cyber security design was based on an LPG carrier currently under construction. The project sought to address several obstacles to subsea processing and pumping. DNV GL was also shortlisted in the Innovation Award category for its WindGEMINI digital twin for wind turbine operations. The unprecedented pace of change company face today can impact maritime trade flows. The investigation allowed the insurer to make an evidence-based pay-out decision. DNV GL’s history is intertwined with the oceans, which has allowed company to build deep expertise across the industries. USEF was founded by seven key players, including DNV GL, active across the smart energy industry.
Liv A. Hovem, CEO, DNV GL Oil & Gas says “The oil and gas sector is on a clear path to increasing efficiency and reducing its carbon footprint”.
Company seeing offshore rigs stepping up to take advantage of energy storage systems. It include overcoming the sector’s perceived novelty and unfamiliarity of subsea processing technology. Wind power has a significant part to play in the future energy mix. The environmentally efficient subsea processing for improved hydrocarbon recovery. It has been verified through the assessment of the ship’s propulsion, steering. Lower emissions and the decarbonization of processes are the benefits of adopting energy efficient subsea processing systems. DNV GL’s Energy Transition Outlook 2019, forecasts that 30% of all global electricity production.
NVGL-RP-F303 provides a detailed specification for subsea pumping systems. It will come from wind energy by 2050, with 12% from offshore wind and 18% from onshore wind. The company’s series of JIPs aims to extend the scope of RPs to more applications within subsea production systems. Decarbonisation and digitalisation are two important trends shaping the maritime industry. The agreement highlights the emphasis that MPA Singapore. The power failure investigation found that insufficient monitoring. In order to keep pace and stay competitive, it is essential for all involved in the subsea industry to work together to standardize operations.