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Iemants, part of the Smulders Group, loaded out the jacket foundation for the Merkur wind farm offshore substation from its facility in Vlissingen, the Netherlands, on Tuesday, 5 September.
Ørsted and its project partners, Macquarie and Sumitomo, officially opened the 573MW Race Bank offshore wind farm on 13 June at a ceremony in Grimsby, UK.
Smulders sent off the jacket foundation for the EnBW Hohe See offshore substation (OSS) from its yard in Vlissingen on 29 May and the structure is now travelling to the German project site in the North Sea, where it will be installed on 31 May or 1 June.
Ørsted and its Race Bank project partners, Macquarie and Sumitomo, will hold an inauguration ceremony for the 573MW offshore wind farm in Grimsby, UK, on 13 June.
EnBW has started the offshore construction on two wind farms in the German North Sea – the 497MW Hohe See and the 112MW Albatros.
A barge loaded with two gravity-based foundations (GBFs) for the high voltage station of the 605MW Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm has arrived in Koge, Denmark, Blue Water Shipping (BWS), the port agents for the project, told Offshore WIND.
Our latest photo of the day shows Seacat Services’ crew transfer vessel (CTV) Seacat Volunteer picking up technicians from the substation at Ørsted’s 573MW Race Bank offshore wind farm located off the North Norfolk coast, UK.
The 2,660t topside for the Merkur offshore substation was lifted yesterday, 11 January, from a transport barge to the Oleg Strashnov heavy lift vessel, which is expected to install it on its foundation today.
A barge carrying two gravity based foundations (GBFs) for the high voltage station of the Danish 605MW Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm has left the port of Ostend, Belgium.
An offshore substation topside built by Engie Fabricom-Tractebel and Iemants for the Merkur offshore wind farm has been loaded out at ENGIE Fabricom’s yard in Hoboken, Belgium.
Jan De Nul and Iemants have completed the two gravity-based foundations for Kriegers Flak substations. The steel structures, designed and built by Iemants (Smulders), have been placed on top of their corresponding concrete structures and the foundations are now being prepared to be transported from the port of Ostend in Belgium to Denmark by the end of December.
The first steel structure which will support one of Kriegers Flak offshore substations was placed onto the concrete section of the gravity based foundation (GBF) at the port of Ostend, Belgium, Jan De Nul said.
ENGIE Fabricom has rolled out the substation topside being built for the Hohe See offshore wind farm at the company’s yard in Hoboken, Belgium.
Seaway Heavy Lifting’s vessel Oleg Strashnov is currently at the Merkur offshore wind farm site as the vessel is deployed on installing the jacket foundation for the Merkur offshore substation. According to vessel’s AIS data, Oleg Strahnov has arrived at the site on 8 October.
German transmission system operator TenneT has awarded UK companies RPS Energy Limited and Ordtek Limited with contracts to provide consultancy and QA/QC services for unexploded ordnance (UXO) survey campaigns on two separate projects.
Jan De Nul Group has taken delivery of the multipurpose vessel Adhémar de Saint-Venant which as of next week will start working on the Kriegers Flak OSS project in Denmark.
Seaway Heavy Lifting’s vessel Oleg Strashnov has installed two offshore substations on DONG Energy’s 660MW Walney Extension wind farm in the Irish Sea.
The second offshore substation built by the Engie Fabricom/Iemants consortium for DONG Energy’s 660MW Walney Extension wind farm has set sail from the Engie Fabricom site in Hoboken, Belgium, bound for the wind farm in the Irish Sea.
Following the installation of the jacket foundation on 15 March, the 2,900t topside for the second offshore substation at the Race Bank offshore wind farm was installed over the weekend.
The Engie Fabricom and Iemants consortium has shipped the first of two offshore substations built for DONG Energy’s 660MW Walney Extension offshore wind farm in the Irish Sea from the construction yard in Hoboken, Belgium.