Search results for: Demobilization

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16 May 2018 Vessels

Wind farm installation vessel Seajacks Scylla has arrived at the Port of Esbjerg, Denmark, to undergo demobilization.

31 July 2014

Today, a large installation jack up vessel, the Pacific Orca, is arrived at BOW terminal. The Pacific Orca perform their demobilization after its installation of 77 foundations for offshore wind project Borkum Riffgrund 1. Large installation tools and sea fastening will be removed from the deck. After that they will start immediately at the BOW […]

18 October 2018 R&D, Technology

The Netherlands-based Temporary Works Design (TWD) has introduced a Hammock monopile seafastening that is said to accommodate foundations with a diameter of up to 11 metres without any changes to the support structure.

17 May 2018 Vessels

Wind farm installation vessel Seajacks Scylla is set to begin working on the East Anglia One offshore wind farm at the end of July or the beginning of August, a spokesperson on behalf of Seajacks told Offshore WIND.

8 May 2018 Grid Connection

DOC-Swan Hunter, a joint venture partnership between Dutch Offshore Contractors and Swan Hunter, has completed the transportation of inter-array cables for an offshore wind project in Germany.

6 March 2018 Contracts & Tenders, Grid Connection

Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL) has secured a contract to install the Offshore SwitchYard (OSY) platform for Elia's Modular Offshore Grid (MOG) project in the Belgian North Sea.

19 September 2016 Operations & Maintenance, Vessels, Wind Farm Update

Deutsche Offshore Consult (DOC) has won a follow-up contract to manage vessels used by the German wind farm operator Ocean Breeze Energy (OBE) on the 400MW Bard Offshore 1 wind farm from 2016 until 2017. Following a selection process for the operation & maintenance campaigns in 2016/2017, OBE and DOC chose the vessels of Siem Offshore Contractors […]

1 June 2016 Grid Connection, Vessels, Wind Farm Update

The Big Max cable laying barge will start installing the 20-mile submarine cable which will export the electricity produced by the the first US offshore wind farm, the 30MW Block Island, to the mainland later this week. The National Grid (Sea2Shore) subsea cable will connect Block Island, to Naragansett, Rhode Island. The installation works will begin […]

5 October 2015 Vessels

Dutch offshore operator Conquest Offshore has appointed the Port of Amsterdam as the home port for its heavy lift crane barge Conquest MB1. The barge, which has a lifting capacity of 1,400 tons, will settle today in the Cacaohaven. The crane is able to fully rotate 360 degrees. It has a free deck space of 3,700 […]

26 March 2015 Technology, Vessels

SAL Heavy Lift completed the second phase of the Wikinger Pile Testing Campaign with DP II Class vessel MV Lone. The full test campaign comprised two phases with the tests being performed at three locations. During the first phase in November 2014 three sets of three piles each were driven at designated locations to required depths. The second […]

20 January 2015 Vessels

ANTS Offshore will open a 24/7 available Cargo Run Service to reach all North Sea wind clusters. The service with a DPII vessel starts in spring 2015.  ANTS Offshore is the new brand of the German SCHRAMM Group, specialized in harbor operations, port services, transport and logistics for offshore wind clusters. With facilities at Brunsbuettel, Hamburg, Glueckstadt, […]

27 May 2014 Wind Farm Update

GeoSea has finalized the installation of the foundations for the Westermost Rough (UK) offshore wind farm project. This DONG Energy project consists of 35 wind turbine positions 9 km from the coast near Hull in the north east of England, UK. As main contractor for the foundations GeoSea has been responsible for the transport and […]

5 February 2014 Business & Finance, Operations & Maintenance

Serdijn Ship Repair and Zwagerman Offshore Services have established a joint company under the name Rotterdam Offshore Group (ROG). The ideas and activities of Serdijn and Zwagerman are complementary, so a complete portfolio can be offered to clients. Existing markets and new market segments will be addressed in seven business modules: Mobilization and demobilization, maintenance: […]

28 January 2014 Grid Connection, Operations & Maintenance

After succesful cable installation for Northwind offshore wind project, vessel Olympic Taurus started demobilization at BOW Teminal. Olympic Taurus was also the first ship to call at BOW Terminal in 2014, when it collected the last cable reels for installation on the Northwind offshore wind farm. The Northwind offshore wind project is located on the […]

23 December 2013 R&D, Technology, Wind Farm Update

As part of the Dudgeon offshore wind farm development, Fugro GEOS deployed a wave buoy in April on behalf of Statoil for a period of 12 months. The buoy will measure waves, currents and water level and will transmit the data to shore via satellite telemetry, according to KIS-ORCA's website. The wave buoy is a […]

16 December 2013 Operations & Maintenance, Wind Farm Update

As announced on December 13, all of the 80 foundations for the DanTysk offshore wind farm are now installed. This was achieved by using the largest self-propelled installation jack-up vessel of the Workfox fleet, the Seafox 5. The vessel successfully completed the installation of 80 monopiles and transition pieces for the DanTysk offshore wind farm, […]