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  • 12 November 2020

    Singapore-based integrated marine services provider PSA Marine has secured a three-year EUR 30 million equivalent sustainability-linked loan from DBS Bank. The loan features an interest rate adjustment linked to an Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) target. This requires a fleet of PSA Marine’s Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs) to be substantially deployed to support offshore wind […]

  • 13 August 2020
    Vessels

    Ventus Marine has taken delivery of crew transfer vessel (CTV) Ventus Lugang which will service the Formosa 1 offshore wind project in Taiwan. Ventus Lugang was delivered on 1 August at the Port of Kaohsiung and will join its sisters CTV Ventus Beigang and service accommodation transfer vessel (SATV) Ventus Formosa as the primary fleet […]

  • 8 September 2020
    Contracts & Tenders, Vessels, Wind Farm Update

    Ørsted has signed crew transfer vessels (CTV) contracts to charter five ships and form a Taiwan-flagged CTV fleet for the construction work on the Greater Changhua 1 & 2a offshore wind farms. These CTVs will be owned and operated by Dong Fang Offshore, a 100 per cent subsidiary of Taiwan’s Hung Hua Construction, and Ventus […]

  • 27 November 2019
    Vessels

    Singapore-based PSA Marine and its Taiwanese partner, Ta Tong Marine, have formed a joint venture company, Ventus Marine, to service a long-term contract awarded by Siemens Gamesa for the Formosa 1 offshore wind farm in Taiwan. The charter commenced on 1 November and is served by a 26-metre, 12-pax CTV Ventus Beigang. Ventus Beigang is […]

  • 16 April 2020
    Operations & Maintenance, Vessels

    Ventus Marine’s service accommodation transfer vessel (SATV) Ventus Formosa has begun its charter on the Formosa 1 offshore wind project in Taiwan. The joint venture of PSA Marine and its Taiwanese partner Ta Tong Marine Group took delivery of the 36-meter purpose-built SATV earlier this year. Ventus Formosa is in charge of providing operations and […]

  • 12 September 2017
    Business & Finance, Vessels

    PSA Marine has acquired shareholding in Njord Offshore, which has been managing the crew transfer vessels of PSA Marine’s subsidiary Ventus Marine Limited since 2015.

  • 23 April 2020
    Operations & Maintenance, Vessels

    Siemens Gamesa has inaugurated the world’s first Service Accommodation Transfer Vessel (SATV) in Taiwan. The 35-metre Ventus Formosa will operate from Taichung. The vessel will support Siemens Gamesa’s full service agreement for the Formosa 1 offshore wind project. Penguin International built the SATV at its shipyard in Singapore and delivered it at the beginning of […]

  • 8 December 2015
    Business & Finance, Vessels

    PSA Marine has entered into partnership with Njord Offshore to provide crew transfer services to the offshore wind market in Europe. The partnership will see PSA Marine providing a fleet of modern 21-metre and 26-metre crew transfer vessels (CTVs) through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Ventus Marine. The CTVs are operated under the ISM code and certified […]

  • 5 June 2015

    DISA International has acquired the remaining 50% stake in C‐Ventus Offshore Windfarm Services BV from Wals Diving & Marine Services. C‐Ventus is a service provider in the offshore wind segment. On basis of its rope‐access, survey, diving and ROV capability, C‐Ventus renders a wide array of services from the seabed up, in the installation and O&M phases of offshore […]

  • 12 February 2018
    Business & Finance, Operations & Maintenance

    The Netherlands-headquartered offshore wind O&M and IRM specialist, C-Ventus, opened an office in the OrbisEnergy building in Lowestoft, UK, in January. Following the announcement, Offshore WIND spoke with the company’s Managing Director Hans Reinigert, Peter van Veen Commercial Manager in the Netherlands, and Jeremy Hardin, who has been appointed as the Commercial Manager at C-Ventus UK.

  • 29 June 2018

    As offshore construction and maintenance projects move further out to sea, crew and personnel transfer times lengthen. This not only presents a requirement for innovative transfer vessels, but also the need for medical care to be available in situ in the event of an emergency.