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On Tuesday, 7 November, the 60th and final monopile built for the Arkona offshore wind farm was lowered into water at the port basin of EEW Special Pipe Constructions GmbH prior to being towed to the installation site some 35 kilometres northeast of the Rügen Island in the German Baltic Sea.
Bladt Industries has shipped the remaining five transition pieces (TPs) for the Arkona offshore wind farm from the Port of Aalborg to Sassnitz, Germany.
GeoSea’s offshore wind installation vessel Innovation has installed the second batch of monopile foundations at the Horns Rev 3 site and returned to Port of Esbjerg today to pick up the next four, a spokesperson from Vattenfall confirmed to Offshore WIND.
Approximately 76 kilometres of subsea cable for the 385MW Arkona offshore wind farm has arrived to the basis station of Mukran Port on Rugen island.
The Mukran Port in Sassnitz on the island of Rügen has published a photo of the transition pieces for the 385MW Arkona offshore wind farm.
DONG Energy has appointed Con4Mare as the marine warranty surveyor for the transport and installation of the transition pieces and monopile foundations at the 1.2GW Hornsea Project ONE offshore wind farm.
E.ON will protect all 60 steel foundations of the Arkona offshore wind farm in the German Baltic Sea with a special anti-corrosion coating developed in cooperation with Rambøll Germany and in coordination with the relevant authorities.
The first set of transition pieces built by Bladt Industries for the 385MW Arkona offshore wind farm has arrived to the Mukran Port on Germany’s Rügen island.
Bladt Industries carried out the final load-out of Walney 4 transition pieces in Aalborg on 31 July.
DONG Energy has decided to use only monopile foundations on the 174-turbine Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm.
Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd (BOWL) has shared a photo of the teams at Burntisland Fabrications’ (BiFab) facility in Methil preparing to upend one of the jacket foundations built for the 588MW Beatrice offshore wind farm.
Offshore Structures Britain (OSB) has shipped out the last six transition pieces built for DONG Energy’s Walney Extension offshore wind farm.
The Hornsea Project One offshore substation Z13 arrived at Bladt Industries’ site in Aalborg last week, the company informed via social media, where it also published a photo of the first load out of its share of the Walney Extension transition pieces.
According to Bladt Industries’ 2016 annual results, the company saw a very favourable year with offshore wind projects as the main driver. Bladt reported a revenue increase from DKK 3 billion (approx. EUR 403 million) in 2015 to DKK 3.5 billion (approx. EUR 470 million) last year.
The installation vessel Aeolus has arrived at Belfast Harbour ahead of the foundation installation works at the Walney Extension offshore wind farm in the UK.
Teesside-headquartered Francis Brown Ltd has won a contract to fabricate 26 steel boat landings for the wind turbines that will be located at the 588MW Beatrice offshore wind farm.