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Fred. Olsen Windcarrier announced today it has placed an order with the Lamprell Energy Ltd. shipyard in Dubai for two self elevating vessels for installation of offshore wind turbines.
Fred. Olsen Ocean has reported NOK 145 million operating revenue in the first quarter of 2018, a 60.2% slide compared to NOK 364 operating revenue in Q1 2017, attributed mainly to the underutilisation of the jack-up installation vessels Brave Tern and Bold Tern.
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier has recently posted a video showing the turbine installation process on Iberdrola’s 350MW Wikinger offshore wind farm in the German Baltic Sea.
Vattenfall has selected Fred. Olsen Windcarrier to supply a crew transfer vessel (CTV) to service the 110MW Lillgrund offshore wind farm in Sweden.
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier’s fleet of seven Bayard class crew transfer vessels (CTVs) reached 1,000 days without a lost time incident (LTI) on 12 October.
All Fred. Olsen Ocean companies including Fred. Olsen Windcarrier A/S, the crew transfer vessel (CTV) business unit, and Universal Foundation A/S have now achieved ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 certification.
Fred. Olsen Ocean, part of Norway’s Bonheur Group, recorded NOK 264 million in revenues in the fourth quarter of 2016, a 20.5% rise compared to NOK 219 million in revenues recorded in the same period a year earlier.