Offshore news

  • Xellz acquires more land at Rosslare, july 2020
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    Xellz acquires more land at Rosslare

    2020-07-10T10:38:00Z

    Xellz has acquired an additional 100,000 sq m of land in Rosslare, Republic of Ireland, as it progresses its plans to create a free economic zone (FEZ) at the port.

  • Huisman to deliver OMC for Green Jade Taiwan, july 2020
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    Huisman to deliver Green Jade OMC

    2020-07-09T12:17:00Z

    Huisman will deliver an offshore mast crane (OMC) that will be installed on the offshore construction vessel Green Jade, which will be deployed in the Taiwanese offshore wind energy market.

  • DEME installs first jacket foundation at Moray East offshore wind farm, july 2020
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    First jacket in place at Moray East

    2020-07-08T11:24:00Z

    DEME Offshore has installed the first jacket foundation at the 950 MW Moray East offshore wind farm in Scotland.

  • Wind feeder barge, july 2020
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    Wind Feeder barge unveiled

    2020-07-07T14:02:00Z

    A specialised vessel – the Wind Feeder Barge – has been developed by Germany-based Port Feeder Barge to provide heavy lift transport solutions in rivers and coastal waters.

  • LOC awarded Johan Sverdrup work, july 2020
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    LOC awarded Johan Sverdrup work

    2020-07-03T09:20:00Z

    International marine and engineering consultancy firm LOC Group will provide marine warranty surveyor services for the second phase of Equinor’s Johan Sverdrup oilfield development in the North Sea.

  • Brent Alpha arrives at Able Seaton Port, july 2020
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    Able to decommission Brent Alpha

    2020-07-02T15:17:00Z

    Demolition contractor and port services provider Able has received the 17,000-tonne Brent Alpha platform in preparation for dismantling and recycling.

  • Liebherr TCC78000 loads monopiles rostock for danish wind farm, june 2020
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    Danish wind farm gets a lift with Liebherr

    2020-06-29T09:50:00Z

    The Liebherr TCC 78000 heavy-duty crane has loaded monopiles for the Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm at the port of Rostock in Germany.

  • Fred. Olsen Brave Tern vessel
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    Fred. Olsen Windcarrier secures financing

    2020-06-26T09:30:00Z

    Fred. Olsen Windcarrier has entered into two long-term debt financing arrangements for the three offshore wind turbine transportation and installation jack-up vessels in its fleet – Brave Tern, Bold Tern and Blue Tern.

  • Jan De Nul completes offshore installation of Trianel Windpark Borkum II, june 2020
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    Jan De Nul completes Trianel work

    2020-06-23T10:36:00Z

    Jan De Nul Group has completed the installation of all 32 wind turbine generators for the Trianel Windpark Borkum II (TWBII) project in the German North Sea.

  • DEME Offshore installs first turbine for SeaMade Germany, june 2020
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    DEME starts SeaMade

    2020-06-23T10:16:00Z

    DEME Offshore has installed the first turbine at the SeaMade offshore wind farm, located 45 km off the Belgian coast.

  • Irish offshore wind potential gathers momentum
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    Irish offshore wind potential gathers momentum

    2020-06-02T14:30:00Z

    The Republic of Ireland has fast-tracked seven offshore wind energy projects through its upcoming marine planning regime.

  • Jones Act-compliant offshore installation vessel due in 2023
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    Jones Act-compliant offshore installation vessel due in 2023

    2020-05-12T10:20:00Z

    Dominion Energy’s chief executive Thomas Farrell said the utility is part of a consortium developing a Jones Act-compliant installation vessel for the USA's offshore wind energy sector.

  • Xellz Ireland secures land to support offshore wind farms
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    Xellz Ireland secures land to support offshore wind farms

    2020-02-27T07:40:00Z

    Dutch heavy lift and project logistics company Xellz has secured approximately 200,000 sq m of land at the port of Rosslare in the Republic of Ireland through its subsidiary, Xellz Ireland.

  • ABP boosts support for offshore energy sector
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    ABP boosts support for offshore energy sector

    2020-02-06T14:40:00Z

    Associated British Ports (ABP) has opened a new port office in Lowestoft that will support the offshore energy sector.

  • French offshore contractors appointed
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    French offshore contractors appointed

    2020-01-15T13:20:00Z

    EDF Renewables selected a consortium of Atlantique Offshore Energy, GE Grid Solutions and DEME Offshore to deliver offshore substations for French offshore projects.

  • Tyne prepares for offshore wind work
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    Tyne prepares for offshore wind work

    2019-11-29T08:35:00Z

    The port of Tyne in the UK is investing nearly GBP10 million (USD12.9 million) in the Tyne Dock Enterprise Park to support the offshore wind energy sector. 

  • COLI and GRS target Japanese offshore renewables
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    COLI and GRS target Japanese offshore renewables

    2019-11-01T10:50:00Z

    Hamburg-headquartered Global Renewables Shipbrokers (GRS) has established a strategic partnership with COLI Schiffahrt & Transport in order to service Japan’s rapidly emerging offshore renewable energy market.

  • Brexit and the impact for offshore renewables
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    Brexit and the impact for offshore renewables

    2019-10-24T10:00:00Z

    If the UK leaves the European Union (EU) without a deal on the exit proceedings, there will be a significant effect on the offshore renewable energy market, said Global Renewables Shipbrokers (GRS).

  • Challenges facing towage and offshore operators
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    Challenges facing towage and offshore operators

    2019-09-20T13:10:00Z

    Sandro Lipani, director chartering and operations for Malta-based Augustea Maritime Transportation, discusses some of the challenges of operating in the towage and offshore support sector.

  • Changing offshore landscape drives down Boskalis results
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    Changing offshore landscape drives down Boskalis results

    2019-08-22T12:50:00Z

    In announcing its half-year results, Royal Boskalis Westminster cited “operational and contractual issues on a limited number of offshore projects” as a key reason behind the drop in its six-month core earnings.