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Danish offshore wind operations & maintenance services provider ZITON A/S has raised EUR 100 million in a senior secured bond and EUR 25 million in a second secured bond.
The introduction of innovations in the offshore wind operations and maintenance segment (O&M) is a constant balancing act and the companies must always have their finger on the trigger and evaluate every day when to pull it, Bent Thambo Jensen, Chief Commercial Officer of ZITON, said.
With offshore wind moving towards subsidy-free wind farms and setting a new standard for the industry, a more efficient way of utilisation of vessels and a cooperation on a much higher level need to be in place, according to Thorsten Jalk, CEO of Ziton.
Danish jack-up vessel owner Ziton has reported EUR 29 million revenue for the Fiscal Year 2016, a near 219 per cent increase compared to EUR 9.1 million revenue recorded a year earlier. Ziton more than tripled its revenue in 2016 on the back of increased activity levels and higher utilisation rates for the company’s fleet of specialized jack-up […]
Vattenfall Wind Power AB and Denmark’s Ziton A/S have signed a three-year framework agreement through which Ziton will become the main provider of jack-up vessels for major component replacements at Vattenfall’s offshore wind farms. Both companies agree that this is an important step in the right direction for a more efficient and cost reducing offshore wind market. Working […]
DONG Energy and Ziton A/S have entered a framework agreement that will see Ziton provide services related to main component exchanges on out-of-warranty offshore wind turbines for the next three years. Ziton will provide its jack-up crane vessels for main component exchanges in Danish wind farms operated by DONG Energy not covered by O&M warranty. […]
DBB Jack-up Services A/S has changed its name to Ziton A/S to signal this Denmark-based company’s increased focus on specialist onsite expertise within offshore wind turbine maintenance. Thorsten Jalk, CEO of Ziton A/S, said: “As the offshore wind energy market continues to develop rapidly, specialist companies such as ours need to adapt with it. Our new […]
Offshore wind O&M specialist Ziton has completed the decommissioning of the Utgrunden offshore wind farm off the east coast of Sweden on behalf of Vattenfall.
Offshore WIND’s most read news from 9 to 15 October 2017.
The eighth Offshore WIND Conference was opened on Monday, 9 October, by Bent Thambo Jensen, Chief Commercial Officer of Ziton and the Chairman of the first day of the conference. The sessions saw straight-to-the-point statements and some interesting discussions.
Leading the way! That is the topic of the eighth annual Offshore WIND Conference (OWC) which started today, 9 October, at Amsterdam RAI, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Are you ready to tackle the challenges both short and long term? Secure your seat now for the Offshore WIND Conference where we will delve deeper into the opportunities and challenges the offshore wind industry is facing now and will face up to 2050.
The 8th annual Offshore WIND Conference (OWC) on 9 and 10 October 2017, part of Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference, will focus on the opportunities for the offshore wind sector for the short-, medium- and long-term.
This year Offshore WIND Conference will boast two chairmen who will be guiding and moderating the sessions while also offering their vision on the challenges and opportunities on the road ahead. A first for the event.
Offshore WIND marked the beginning of this month by posting the first videos from its latest Expertise Hub series on Monday, 3 July, and our team decided to add a new batch of interviews each week with the final Expertise Hub interviews scheduled to go online by the end of August.
Some 1,500 offshore wind turbines have come out of their warranty and, as the offshore wind farm developers/ owners are now responsible for keeping them up and running, this is a whole new era for the industry, according to Bert van Dijk, Business Advisor Offshore Wind from Van Dijk E-Projects.
Ziton’s jack up vessel Wind Server is due to be carrying out maintenance work close to two wind turbines within the Gwynt y Môr offshore wind farm area starting this week. The vessel is expected to start working in the vicinity of the turbines C10D and K1M on Thursday, 26 January, a notice to mariners said. The […]
ZITON’s self-propelled jack up vessel J/U Wind Server has returned to the Holyhead port from Morecambe Bay, where the vessel has been working in an Operation and Maintenance (O&M) role, helping to keep the 500+ wind turbines operating 24/7. ZITON, formerly known as DBB Jack-up Services, has been appointed by DONG Energy, Siemens and Vattenfall to carry out […]
DONG Energy and Siemens have deployed a maintenance team to exchange gearboxes and main bearings on two of the turbines at the 173MW Gunfleet Sands offshore wind farm off the Essex coast. The maintenance work is being carried out using Ziton’s jack-up vessel Wind Pioneer, DONG confirmed to Offshore WIND. The Gunfleet Sands offshore wind farm consists of […]