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Fred. Olsen Windcarrier’s jack-up vessel Seafox 5 has officially changed its name to Blue Tern. The Norway-based company emphasized that most of its vessel have a name starting with ‘B’, therefore renaming Seafox 5 was a natural step. Fred. Olsen Windcarrier made an agreement with the Seafox International Group in December last year for the […]
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier has made an agreement with Seafox International Group to acquire a 51% ownership in the jack-up vessel Seafox 5.
The Seafox 5 jack-up has left the Port of Eemshaven in the Netherlands loaded with the first set of turbine components to be installed on the 396MW Merkur offshore wind farm in the German North Sea.
The Seafox 5 jack-up has arrived in Eemshaven to load the first set of wind turbine components for the 396MW Merkur offshore wind farm project in the German North Sea.
The 151-metre, self-propelled, DP2, jack-up rig Seafox 5 has left the Damen Verolme Rotterdam (DVR) shipyard following a four-month refit.
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, […]
The self-propelled DP2 jack-up Seafox 5 is close to delivery in Singapore for subsequent dry-tow to the North Sea. Following the naming ceremony at Keppel FELS shipyard on 18 August 2012, the multi-purpose support vessel is currently carrying out sea trials and is expected in the North Sea early November. This new KFELS design is […]
The KFELS MPSEP vessel will be deployed for foundation works at DanTysk in the German Sector of the North Sea, starting 4Q2012. Keppel FELS Limited (Keppel FELS) is pleased to announce that a contract from the joint-venture Aarsleff Bilfinger Berger (ABJV) Dan Tysk, worth in excess of EUR 35 million, has been secured for SEAFOX […]
Isle of Man based Seafox Group is pleased to announce that they have officially entered into a joint-venture and construction agreement with Keppel FELS in Singapore for the Seafox 5 with delivery scheduled for mid 2012. The Seafox 5 is specifically designed to meet all the requirements in both the Offshore Wind and the Oil […]
The 75.5-metre self-elevating jack-up Seafox 7 has undergone its second five-year survey and maintenance works at Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam (DSAm).
Seafox informed today, 1 December, that it decommissioned two Forewind’s Dogger Bank meteorological masts at the end of September, together with Ardent as the main subcontractor for the works.
HM MOS International Limited, parent company of Millennium Offshore Services Superholdings LLC, and Seafox Group, parent company of Seafox Contractors and Workfox, will combine to form what they claim is the world’s largest offshore jack-up accommodation service vessels (ASV) and support company. The merged group will have a global reach spanning Europe, the Middle East & North […]
Aluminum catamaran, Sea Fox, was presented to the public in the AGHO Port of Oostende, Belgium on 8th and 9th November. This offshore wind farm service catamaran was launched on 18 September 2013 by French work boat builder Navalu. During the first sea trails, the catamaran showcased its high speed performance which exceeded 24 knots. […]
French work boat builder Navalu launched the SeaFox, an offshore wind farm service catamaran last Wednesday, 18 September 2013. This vessel, with a total length of 24 meters and width of 9.90 meters, was designed to work on offshore wind farms in the North Sea. Built for Enviroserve, shipowner based in Lowestoft (Suffolk), the vessel […]
After months of careful planning and detailed engineering, the Seafox 5 installed the first offshore wind monopile on February 28th. These monopiles serve as the foundations of the DanTysk Offshore Wind Park. The main contractor for the foundations of this wind farm is Aarsleff Billfinger Berger Joint Venture (ABJV) that, with use of the Seafox […]
Keppel FELS Limited (Keppel FELS) is on track to deliver Seafox 5, one of the largest and most advanced multi-purpose offshore wind turbine installers of its kind to the Seafox Group, ahead of time and with an impressive safety record. The vessel, Seafox 5, is able to operate in harsh environments and up to 65 […]
The Seafox 5 jack-up rig has installed the tower and the nacelle of the first GE Haliade 6MW wind turbine on the 396MW Merkur offshore wind farm in the German North Sea.
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The last of the 66 GE Haliade 150-6MW turbines has been installed at the Merkur offshore wind farm in the German North Sea.
Turbine installation team working on the Merkur offshore wind farm has reached a halfway point on this 396MW project in the German North Sea.
The Merkur offshore wind farm has produced its first power following a successful test on one of the wind farm’s GE Haliade 6MW wind turbines, according to Merkur Offshore GmbH.
22 out of 66 GE HaliadeTM 150-6MW turbines have so far been installed on the Merkur offshore wind farm in the German North Sea, Merkur Offshore GmbH reports.
The first batch of 30kVA power generators built by Eqin for the Merkur offshore wind farm’s turbines is now in place, the Dutch manufacturer said.
GE Renewable Energy has hired specialists from RTS Wind AG to work on the 396MW Merkur offshore wind farm, which marks the first cooperation between the two companies.
The first of the 66 GE HaliadeTM 150-6MW wind turbines has been installed on the 396MW Merkur offshore wind farm in the German North Sea, Merkur Offshore GmbH reports.
Fourteen years ago in 2002 the Sif Group made 80 monopiles for the Horns Rev wind farm off the Danish coast near Esbjerg. These piles were four metres in diameter, the thickness of the steel was five centimetres, and they weighed between 180-230 tonnes depending on their length. In 2016, Offshore WIND was invited to visit the new Sif Group production, storage and load-out terminal built on Maasvlakte 2, the new area of reclaimed land extending the Port of Rotterdam even further out into the Southern part of the North Sea.