The bipartisan US infrastructure bill, due to go before the US House of Representatives following the Senate’s approval in early August, contains $73 billion for the modernization of the nation's power grid. A more reliable and expanded grid will be seen as a timely boon for the emerging US Offshore Wind (OSW) industry as electricity infrastructure upgrades will facilitate an easier integration of intermittent renewable energy sources.
Amid the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in Florida, OSI recently donated meals to a shift of Emergency Room (ER) staff from three Cleveland Clinic ER facilities serving the Stuart, Florida area—where OSI is headquartered—in appreciation of their courage and dedication during these challenging times.
Ocean Specialists, Inc. (OSI), a global provider of marine project development and operations services, announced the successful installation of a subsea fiber optic network serving an offshore oil offloading buoy in the Caribbean Sea for a key energy client in Colombia.
Join us August 24th thru the 26th in Richmond, VA for IPF (International Partnering Forum) 2021 Offshore Wind Conference. The conference brings together all the major stakeholders in the industry making it the premier offshore wind conference in North America. This will be a perfect place to network, collaborate, learn about the latest industry developments, and come together in person once again.
As temperatures continue to climb in the US, the arrival of Summer comes as a welcome reprise from the Winter of COVID-19. But the balmy weather brings another, all-too-familiar threat: Hurricanes. The 2021 Atlantic hurricane season officially began on June 1 (and runs through November 30) and NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center has already warned communities up and down the eastern seaboard and in and around the Gulf of Mexico to expect “above normal” storm activity this year.