„During the 4th Offshoreforum in Rostock Michael vom Baur discussed the future of offshore wind energy with Christian Pegel, Minister für Energie, Infrastruktur und Digitalisierung of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and Thomas Lambusch, President Nordmetall. He underlined the important role of offshore windfarms in the future power generation system, where the new projects do not need subsidies any […]
„Michael vom Baur presents a Review of Offshore Market Developments and Outlooks during the 112. Annual Meeting of the German Naval Architects Society (Schiffbautechnische Gesellschaft STG) on 22.-24. November 2017 in Potsdam. Despite the massive downturn in the oil + gas sector, offshore activities, e.g. wind power, ocean energy, decommissioning of facilities, ocean mining and […]
The Nord Stream2 project has been controversial for several years. The dispute has three dimensions: 1. an economic dimension (German / European natural gas market, market share RUS), 2. a regulatory dimension (compliance with the 2009 EU Gas Directive) 3. a political dimension (German and EU policy towards RUS, interests Eastern European EU members + […]
Stromerzeugung in MV 2016 Dipl.-Ing (VDI) Michael vom Baur hat eine Kurzstudie „Stromerzeugung in MV 2016“ erstellt, um die aktuelle Nutzung der im Lande erzeugten regenerativen Energien abzuschätzen. Auf Basis von hochaufgelösten Daten des Übertragungsnetzbetreibers 50 Hertz Transmission GmbH (1/4 Std) wird darin die regenerative Stromerzeugung (Wind, PV, Biomasse) in MV dem Lastgang gegenübergestellt, mit […]
The Rostock-based maritime and industry training center AFZ Rostock GmbH and its affiliate ISC Training & Assembly GmbH are investigating opportunities and related investments on the dynamic changing training market for offshore, cruise ship and industry staff. MvB euroconsult is consulting AFZ / ISC in this project, e.g. by compiling the respective business plan.
Michael vom Baur has contributed in the supporting expert panel and partly also as consultant in the chapter “Shipping Link
Germany has ordered a new 85m-Fishery Research Vessel, which will replace the existing FRV under the same name “Walther Herwig” in 2020. The EUR 85M contract was awarded to Damen Shipyards Group, Gorinchem/NL. The engineering will be done in Damen’s HQ in Gorinchem/NL and also in Damen Engineering, Gdansk/PL and in an affiliate in Galati/ROM. […]
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