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BOW Terminal has signed an agreement with Groningen Seaports to purchase a total of 22ha of land in Eemshaven to build a new offshore wind logistics hub in the northern part of Groningen, the Netherlands.
Groningen Seaports has appointed high-tech company VRT Finland to survey 20 kilometers of underwater structures in Delfzijl and Eemshaven ports during inspections starting at the end of January.
Groningen Seaports plans to construct the west side quay of the Beatrixhaven, which will be used for purposes of the offshore wind industry. The offshore terminal, which is also referred to as Beatrixhaven Quay, Stage 5, will be used for storage of construction elements of wind turbines and a loading dock for goods. The quay […]
EMS Maritime Offshore (EMO) has secured a contract to operate a new heliport in the Port of Eemshaven, the Netherlands.
The Flushing-based BOW Terminal has definitively decided to expand its future offshore wind activities with a new logistics hub in the northern part of Groningen, the Netherlands, following an agreement to purchase a total of 22ha of land in Eemshaven.
Investing EUR 500 million to EUR 1 billion in new port infrastructure in Europe could help the offshore wind sector cut costs by up to 5.3% according to figures released by the WindEurope Ports Platform at the Global Wind Summit in Hamburg.
BOW Terminal has signed a letter of intent to open a new logistics hub in the Port of Eemshaven, in the northern part of Groningen, the Netherlands.
Offshore wind service provider DHSS and Bek & Verburg, a specialist in waste collection and segregation, will build an offshore wind farm service hub at an A1 location in Beatrixhaven, at the heavy cargo quayside in Port of Eemshaven.
Our latest photo of the day shows four vessels at berth in Beatrixhaven, one of Eemshaven Port's docking basins, getting ready for or returning from their respective offshore wind projects. Erik Bertholet, Business Manager Offshore Wind at Groningen Seaports, said the photo was taken on Thursday, 12 January. At the forefront, we have the service operations vessel […]
Thirty-nine Dutch business community leaders, including initiators Siemens, Van Oord, Eneco, Shell, and Rotterdam Port Authority, have joined forces in a Transition Coalition to request the Dutch government to draw up climate legislation to implement the agreements reached at the Paris summit. The Transition Coalition is calling on the government to draw up climate legislation […]
The Dutch holding WP Group will build a facility for its WP Offshore unit at a new location in Eemshaven in mid-2015. The contract for this was recently signed with Groningen Seaports. WP Offshore has opted for a new building at this location because of the excellent position with respect to the offshore wind farms in the North Sea, especially […]
Beatrixhaven, one of Eemshaven Port’s docking basins, is undergoing its final expansion phase to become a specialised offshore wind hub. Groningen Seaports invested over EUR 56 million in the project, and it is gearing up to become a big player in the offshore wind industry. Beatrixhaven will feature a depth of 10.40 meters below the […]
Preparations for the 7th Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference are well underway. On 28 & 29 October 2014 Amsterdam will again be the place to meet the international offshore community. With visitors from over 60 different countries and a proven track record of steady growth since its foundation in 2008, Offshore Energy is a must attend […]
According to a report by Deloitte, the world wide brand gathering consultancy and advice specialists, there is a large area north of the Wadden Sea that is particularly suitable for the development of offshore wind energy. However, this zone is currently allocated to the Dutch Ministry of Defence for military exercises. The area has strong […]
The opening ceremony for the Orange Blue Terminal was held , just two years after the signing of the leasehold contract. The over 20 hectare large multipurpose terminal located on the Dutch side of the mouth of the Ems River was already operating as a marshalling port for offshore wind logistics during construction. This gave […]
Netherlands Northern Offshore Wind (NNOW) held a supply chain meeting on February 15 during which a Belgian Dredging, Environmental and Marine Engineering company (DEME) was introduced to some 40 representatives from the offshore wind industry and related courses. DEME is a consortium of companies involved in offshore projects around the port facilities, oil / gas […]