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Esvagt’s Service Operations Vessels (SOVs) currently working, and those set to work, in the offshore wind sector have a bright future after their initial offshore wind contracts expire as they will still be in demand, according to Ole Ditlev Nielsen, the company’s Business Development Manager, who joined Offshore WIND Expertise Hub at the beginning of June.
Danish vessel supplier Esvagt has appointed Jakob Thomasen as Chairman with effect from 1 May, 2018.
MHI Vestas has returned to Esvagt and chartered a new Service Operation Vessel (SOV) for a period of fifteen years.
3i Infrastructure has completed an EUR 376 million refinancing of Esvagt, which is expected to enable the Danish vessel supplier to continue its offshore wind services expansion.
Rune Østergaard, current Head of Strategic Customer Management at Siemens Wind Power, will join Esvagt as the Head of Commercial Wind.
Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) has signed a contract with Havyard Design & Solutions for the delivery of a complete diesel electric system to Esvagt’s new HD 831 service operation vessel (SOV).
Denmark’s Esvagt has implemented the MAINTSYS O&M simulation programme from Shoreline in an effort to optimise operations of existing offshore wind farms and offer more precise calculations for new projects.
Havyard Group has confirmed it signed a contract for the fifth Service Operation Vessel (SOV) ordered by Esvagt, which will be chartered by MHI Vestas Offshore Wind for a period of fifteen years to serve the 252MW Deutsche Bucht (DeBu) offshore wind farm in Germany.
SMST will deliver its Access & Cargo Tower to Spanish shipyard Astilleros Zamakona Bilbao, who will install it on Esvagt’s new Service Operation Vessel (SOV) that was chartered by MHI Vestas for the Deutsche Bucht (DeBu) offshore wind farm.
Danish vessel supplier Esvagt has appointed Peter Lytzen as CEO with effect from 1 September.
MHI Vestas and Esvagt’s executives will gather today, 1 December, at Port of Oostende to christen the Service Operations Vessel (SOV) that is now ready to operate at Nobelwind and Belwind 1 offshore wind farms.
Esvagt announced that it will fit out the Safe Transfer Boats (STBs) onboard its Service Operations Vessels (SOVs) itself from now on, and has started with the two STBs onboard Esvagt Mercator, a newly-built SOV chartered by MHI Vestas for the Belwind 1 and Nobelwind offshore wind farms in Belgium.
Palfinger Marine has won a contract to supply complete winch packages for two of Esvagt’s offshore wind service operation vessels (SOVs).
DONG Energy has chosen Esvagt’s standby safety vessel Esvagt Castor to assist in establishing the 1.2GW Hornsea One offshore wind farm located off Grimsby in the UK part of North Sea.