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Maeve Gielty / 1 June 2023

Moving 500 miles to Join Goal7

Moving 500 km (just used miles to get a catchy title!!) from Dublin, Ireland to Aberdeen for a new job in sustainability may seem like a wild decision at first, but let me spend the next few minutes changing your mind…

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It’s hard to believe I am celebrating my first year with Goal7; it’s been a busy year and as a result has come around very quickly.

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Neptune Energy today announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ørsted and Goal7 to explore powering new integrated energy hubs in the UK North Sea with offshore wind-generated electricity.

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Tracy Kabau / 24 December 2022

The first Graduate Geoscientist in the team!

I have to say joining Goal7 as the first member of the team from a Geoscience background was a daunting prospect, especially having just recently graduated from University, but four months in, I can honestly say it was the best decision for me.

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Technology and data

Technology review for seawater desalination to provide the water feedstock for green and blue hydrogen production

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Eeva Aarnio / 11 December 2022

My first month on the Goal7 Graduate Program

Having joined Goal7 just 5 weeks ago, I can share first-hand how the transition has been for me, graduating from university, and moving straight into my first graduate role.

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Energy transition

Electrification Competition studies underline importance of cross-industry collaboration. Find out more on Goal7 and Project Neos - electrification of offshore oil and gas assets using renewable offshore wind energy

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Press Release / 7 March 2022

ASCO switches to HVO renewable fuel

ASCO switches to HVO renewable fuel to reduce direct carbon emissions by 46% in the UK

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Ørsted, together with Neptune Energy and Goal7, have been awarded £239,000 from the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA) to fund a study into the potential use of renewable energy to provide power to a gas-producing offshore platform.

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