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SeaRoc Group has deployed its SeaHub Communications System on Hornsea Project One’s Reactive Compensation Station (RCS) – the world’s first offshore RCS – thus delivering the third SeaHub system for Ørsted’s 1.2GW offshore wind farm in the UK.
Ørsted reported DKK 1.8 billion (EUR 241.5 million) profit from offshore wind farms in the second quarter of 2018, an 8% jump compared to the same period last year.
Wind farm installation vessel Seajacks Scylla has completed maintenance checks and is ready for its deployment at the East Anglia One offshore wind project in the UK.
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier’s jack-up vessel Brave Tern is ready to tackle the largest turbines currently in the market after completing a crane boom extension at Damen Shipyard in Amsterdam.
Following the official opening of the Race Bank, Ørsted will own and partly own 10 operational offshore wind farms in the UK with a combined capacity of over 3,000MW.
Jack-up vessel Bold Tern installed the eleventh MHI Vestas 8MW wind turbine on Ørsted’s Borkum Riffgrund 2 wind farm in the German North Sea on 26 May, which was the 100th MHI Vestas V164 turbine model to be installed worldwide.
Wind farm installation vessel Seajacks Scylla is set to begin working on the East Anglia One offshore wind farm at the end of July or the beginning of August, a spokesperson on behalf of Seajacks told Offshore WIND.
Wind farm installation vessel Seajacks Scylla has arrived at the Port of Esbjerg, Denmark, to undergo demobilization.
Siemens Gamesa has commenced a blade repair and upgrade campaign at the Anholt offshore wind farm, after signing agreements with Ørsted for these works to be carried out on the Danish offshore wind farm and UK’s London Array, both featuring Siemens Gamesa’s 3.6MW wind turbines that have been affected by leading edge erosion.
The first Hornsea Project One substation topside, Z12, has been installed at the site 120km off the Yorkshire coast.
Danish offshore wind developer Ørsted reported DKK 3 billion (EUR 402.7 million) net profit in the first quarter of 2018, a 150% spike compared to the same period last year, largely due to a strong performance of operating wind farms in the UK.
Offshore wind farms generated a record 7.8TWh of electricity in the fourth quarter of 2017, spurred on by increased capacity and higher wind speeds compared to the same period a year before, according to a report by the UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
Dutch offshore specialist Van Oord reported EUR 403 million revenue coming from offshore wind activities in 2017, a 2.3% increase compared to EUR 394 million revenue recorded in 2016.
The offshore wind terminal at the Belfast Harbour, Ireland, handled 305,000 tonnes of wind farm components in 2017, representing a record since it opened in 2013.
Ørsted has selected Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy as the exclusive supplier of wind turbines for the 1.4GW Hornsea Project Two offshore wind farm.
World’s leading offshore wind developer Orsted expect an operating profit (EBITDA) of approximately DKK 22.5 billion for 2017, which is an improvement compared to the company’s most recent outlook of around DKK 21 billion.
Vroon has christened its new subsea-support walk-to-work (W2W) vessel VOS Stone at a ceremony held in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
MHI Vestas Offshore Wind has awarded Vroon’s VOS Start with a contract to support the commissioning phase of the Borkum Riffgrund 2 offshore wind farm from spring 2018.
Rostock-based offshore foundations manufacturer EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH (EEW SPC) has acquired Bladt Industries’ shares in Offshore Structures Britain Ltd. (OSB) and is now the sole owner of the British site on the River Tees.
Ofgem has appointed Transmission Capital Partners as the preferred bidder to own and operate the high-voltage transmission link to the Dudgeon offshore wind farm for the next 20 years.
Ørsted’s current installed and decided offshore wind capacity accounts for almost 9GW out of its ambition of 11-12GW by the end of 2025, announced at the beginning of this year.
VBMS has awarded Vroon’s subsea-support walk-to-work vessel VOS Stone a contract to support inter-array cabling operations at the 385MW Arkona offshore wind farm from spring 2018.
German heavy lift specialist SAL Heavy Lift GmbH is closing its SAL Offshore B.V. business unit in Delft, the Netherlands.
E.ON AG has contracted Vroon’s subsea-support walk-to-work vessel VOS Stone for logistics support and offshore accommodation at the 385MW Arkona offshore wind farm in the German Baltic Sea.