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The construction of the operations and maintenance (O&M) base for the 353MW Galloper offshore wind farm has started in Harwich, UK.
China’s Ouyang Offshore has launched its wind turbine installation vessel, OuYang 1, at Dayang Offshore Equipment’s yard in Jiangsu, China.
Scotland-headquartered GSS Marine Services and Taiwan’s marine construction company Hwa Chi Construction Co. Ltd. have established a joint venture company to jointly support the Taiwanese booming offshore wind industry.
Acta Marine has officially named its new walk-to-work (W2W) vessel Acta Auriga at a ceremony held in Emden, Germany.
Offshore Wind Consultants Limited (OWC) has signed a contract with ScottishPower Renewable to carry out an offshore readiness assessment to ensure East Anglia ONE is ready to complete the offshore works in an efficient and safe manner.
Danish Shipping has called for a common international regulatory framework for small high-speed vessels below 500 gross tons, such as Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs).
The Ulstein SX195 hull of Acta Marine’s new walk-to-work (W2W) vessel Acta Auriga has arrived from Crist shipyard in Poland to Ulstein Verft in Norway, where the vessel will be outfitted, commissioned and tested before joining Acta Marine’s fleet.
Siem Offshore Contractors’ (SOC) accommodation and personnel transfer vessel Siem Moxie has been chartered by DEME Group’s company Tideway for the inner-array cable installation works at the Rentel offshore wind farm.
Zbridge BV, a company established by Ztechnologies, informed today (3 October) that its walk-to-work system has been installed on the Construction Support Vessel (CSV) Sun Enabler to support operations at the Race Bank offshore wind farm.
International classification society Bureau Veritas has issued new rules for the classification of offshore service vessels.
40 per cent of the turbine foundations are now in place at the 659MW Walney Extension offshore wind farm, DONG Energy said.
UK-based Wind Energy Marine has placed an order for two wind farm support vessels (WFSVs) with the French shipbuilder Piriou.
Ahead of the construction start of the Beatrice offshore wind farm in April, Siem Offshore is set to begin with boulder removal and SCAR plough campaign at the project site as of 8 March.
Offshore WIND spoke to James Strong, Business Development Director at Reflex Marine, a company looking for new ways of personnel and cargo transfer between wind turbines and vessels, and one of the developers of a guidance document for personnel crane transfer, released this summer.