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DEME Offshore get major Hornsea wind farm contract

DEME Offshore has been awarded a major contract for the transport and installation of 165 foundations at Ørsted’s Hornsea Two offshore wind farm in the UK. Additionally, DEME Offshore secured the contract for the transport and installation of the turbines at the wind farm, the company said in its release. The 1.4 GW Hornsea Two offshore wind farm is located approximately 89 km off the Yorkshire coast and will meet the electricity needs of over 1.3 million homes per year. The wind farm borders the northern and western edge of the Hornsea One wind farm, where DEME Offshore was already involved in the foundations, turbines and export cable works.

DEME Offshore will transport and install the 165 monopile foundations and carry out scour protection. The monopiles and transition pieces will be installed by the company’s new DP3 offshore installation vessel ‘Orion’, entering the fleet by the end of the year. The new flagship features an unrivalled combination of exceptionally high transport and load capacity, as well as a crane with a 5,000 tonnes lifting capacity.

DEME Offshore will also provide installation vessel capacity to transport and install 165 Siemens Gamesa 8.4 MW turbines at the wind farm. Turbine installation will be carried out with offshore installation vessels ‘Sea Challenger’ and ‘Sea Installer’. Installation should be completed in early 2022.

The total contract value is approximately over EUR 200 million.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Van Oord aan de slag in Mexico

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(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Van Oord heeft de opdracht voor een landaanwinningsproject in Mexico binnengesleept. Dit maakte de Nederlandse baggeraar maandag bekend.

Binnen 10 maanden zal Van Oord 12 miljoen kubieke meter zand winnen om 600 hectare nieuw land mee aan te leggen.
Dit land is nodig voor een nieuwe raffinaderij van Pemex.

Van Oord werkt voor deze opdracht samen met Grupo Huerta Madre. De contractwaarde bedraagt circa 235 miljoen euro.

Door: ABM Financial News.
info@abmfn.nl
Redactie: +31(0)20 26 28 999

© Copyright ABM Financial News B.V. All rights reserved.
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Van Oord Installs Deutsche Bucht Inter Array Cables

Van Oord has installed more than 40 kilometres of inter array cables for the 269 MW Deutsche Bucht offshore wind farm. These cables form the connection between the turbines and the offshore substation and enable smooth dispatch and transfer of electricity to the mainland. Every offshore wind park has a unique cable design. For the Deutsche Bucht project, Van Oord’s cable laying vessel Nexus installed a smart web of cables at 40 metres water depth. The inter array grid was designed to guarantee reliable and safe transmission of the generated electricity. The vessel installed at a rate of up to three cables per 24 hours.

To protect the cables, Van Oord’s trencher Dig-It has now been deployed to bury the previously laid cables to the required depth of 1.5 metres below the seabed. The remote-controlled trencher uses the jetting module. By injecting a high water flow, the soil is liquified enabling lowering of the cable.

In the meantime, Van Oord’s offshore installation vessel Aeolus started turbine installation. Each turbine has three 80-metre rotor blades and a rated output of 8.4 MW. Commissioning of the wind farm is expected to take place in the second half of 2019.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Van Oord krijgt grote klus in Mozambique

Gepubliceerd op 19 jun 2019 om 08:00 | Views: 1.078

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ROTTERDAM (AFN) - Baggeraar Van Oord heeft een grote opdracht voor een lng-project binnengesleept in Mozambique. De totale contractwaarde voor het consortium van Van Oord en zijn Britse partner TechnipFMC bedraagt meer dan 1 miljard dollar, waarvan rond de 400 miljoen dollar toekomt aan de Nederlanders.

Het gaat om het Area 1 Golfinho/Atum lng-ontwikkelingsproject waarin olieconcern Anadarko Petroleum alles bij elkaar miljarden dollars investeert. Van Oord voert de werkzaamheden in ondiep water uit. Er moeten bijvoorbeeld allerlei pijpsystemen aangelegd worden. TechnipFMC neemt het werk in dieper water voor zijn rekening.

De komende maanden staan in het teken van de projectvoorbereiding. Voor de werkzaamheden gelden strenge milieu- en omgevingseisen. De daadwerkelijke uitvoering begint in 2021
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Van Oord and Mammoet Enter Into Promising Cooperation With Scale-Up Verton

Van Oord and Mammoet are joining forces in a partnership with the promising scale-up Verton to develop a new lifting method for installing wind turbine blades. The company was scouted via the maritime innovation platform PortXL. By sharing knowledge and expertise, international marine contractor Van Oord, heavy lifting and transport specialist Mammoet and Australian tech company Verton, are developing a way to shorten the installation cycle times and make installation safer for operators.

Verton has developed a remote rotating device that uses gyroscopic modules to rotate a suspended load. A new concept has been developed in which this unit is integrated into a lifting yoke for installing wind turbine blades. ‘The system allows operators to rotate and install heavy loads without using tag lines. Not only is this safer for operators, but it also shortens the installation cycle times’, Says Wouter de Wildt, mentor from Van Oord.

Both Van Oord and Mammoet have committed to engage in the first of three phases of the development. The first phase is the kick-off phase, to have the technical assessment and requirements made up. Turbine supplier Vestas will be knowledge partner in this development. Vestas will provide the project partners with the technical information and expertise required for the development of the new product.

Mr Jacques Stoof, Director Market Development and Innovations Mammoet of said that “We are pleased to collaborate with other organisations in the same field, so we can jointly develop new tools and equipment to help the world of renewable energy to work safer and more efficiently.”

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Van Oord bestelt derde sleephopperzuiger

Gepubliceerd op 16 jul 2019 om 11:47 | Views: 487

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ROTTERDAM (AFN) - Baggeraar Van Oord versterkt zijn baggervloot met een derde nieuwe sleephopperzuiger. Het Rotterdamse bedrijf heeft daarvoor een bestelling geplaatst bij scheepsbouwer Keppel uit Singapore.

Het schip is vergelijkbaar met de twee vaartuigen die Van Oord in mei vorig jaar al bestelde bij Keppel. De nieuwe hoppers zullen bestaande vaartuigen vervangen en zorgen dat de vloot moderner en zuiniger wordt.
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DEME Completes Elia’s Modular Offshore Grid Subsea Export Cable Installation Well Ahead of Schedule

DEME said that it has successfully completed the installation of 85 km of subsea export cable for Elia’s Modular Offshore Grid, deploying the state-of-the-art cable installation vessel ‘Living Stone’. The cable connects Elia’s Offshore Switch Yard to the shore station Stevin at Zeebrugge, as well as the Rentel wind farm Offshore Substation. ‘Living Stone’ collected the cable at the manufacturer Hellenic Cable in Greece , transported it to the site in Belgium and performed a flawless cable installation, offshore jointing and four pull-ins. With the innovative cable installation system on board of ‘Living Stone’, works have been completed in record time and well ahead of schedule. The unique dual-lane cable installation system, consisting of two cable highways - can install one cable while the next cable can be simultaneously prepared on deck, including the installation of the cable protection system.

Mr Marco Kanaar, Project Director at DEME Offshore, said that “This is again a very successful job executed by the ‘Living Stone’. It was great to see all plans worked out without any set back. Usually with a new, complex vessel such as the ‘Living Stone’ you might expect some teething problems, however it was great to see that our crew had already ironed out any potential issues beforehand. Definitely the great team spirit between our marine crew and project team and certainly the constructive approach from our client Elia have been instrumental to the success.”

Tom Pietercil, Project Director at Elia, said that “The MOG plays an essential role in the transition towards more renewable energy. We are especially proud that Elia can act as a pioneer in this regard. The project has been completed in record time: the first agreements were made with the authorities in March 2016, and the MOG will be operational this September. This is the result of good cooperation between all partners in the project.”

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Northwester 2 Construction Works At Sea Kicked Off

Construction works for the seventh offshore wind farm off the Belgian coast have started. Developer Parkwind and marine contractor Jan De Nul Group announce that offshore seabed preparation works have commenced for the 219 MW offshore wind farm Northwester 2. The Northwester 2 wind farm will count 23 V164-9.5MW MHI Vestas Offshore Wind turbines and will be the first project to ever install this model. The turbines on monopile foundations will link through an offshore high voltage station to Elia’s Offshore Switch Yard (OSY) to export its electricity. As of 2020, the Northwester 2 wind farm will power approximately 220,000 households in Belgium.

The Northwester 2 project will introduce a new design for the external access platforms on the foundations: the box platform. The platform has an innovative design developed and patented by Parkwind that consists only of steel plate material.

Jan De Nul Group has just finished the offshore scour protection works on the different wind turbine locations. At each location, Jan De Nul Group’s subsea rock installation vessel Simon Stevin has installed a 32 m diameter wide and 700 mm thick rock layer to stabilize the seabed around the foundation. Jan De Nul Group is now gearing up to install the first foundation in the coming days. The monopile foundations for the wind turbines will be hammered directly through the rock layer into the seabed.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Jan De Nul Installs All 3 Export Cables on Formosa 1 Phase 2

Jan De Nul Group announced that its cable laying vessel Willem de Vlamingh has successfully installed the three export cables on the 120MW Formosa 1 Phase 2 wind farm in Taiwan. As part of Jan De Nul Group’s EPCI contract for building of the overall Balance of Plant, Jan De Nul Group mobilised its Cable Laying Vessel Willem de Vlamingh to install the 17 inter array and 3 export cables. These three export cables have been successfully installed within one week. Thanks to its shallow draft design, the Willem de Vlamingh was able to position in water depths of not more than 7 metres, thus limiting the shore pull distance to around 1,750 metres. At the beach landing, the cables have been pulled through three HDD ducts into the transition joint bays. The Willem de Vlamingh is also acting as Trenching Support Vessel for the jet-trenching of both the export as well as the inter array cables.

For the installation of the export cables, Jan De Nul Group relied on its local supply chain network for the performance of the beach pull assistance works including installation of the HDD ducts, dive support and supply and operation of the support vessels.

The wind farm is owned by Formosa I Wind Power Co. Ltd., a partnership of Orsted (35%), JERA (32.5%), Macquarie Capital (25%) and Swancor Holding (7.5%). The offshore wind farm is located around six kilometres off the west coast of the Miaoli district in the Taiwan Strait, with water depths ranging between 15 and 30 metres. The original demonstrator project, comprising two wind turbines with a total capacity of 8MW, is currently being extended. This second phase will add 20 offshore wind turbines with a total capacity of 120MW to Formosa 1's current 8MW capacity. Formosa 1 will be the first commercial-scale offshore wind farm in Taiwan before 2020.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Nederlanders werken aan windpark Taiwan

Gepubliceerd op 9 aug 2019 om 13:02 | Views: 117

LEIDEN (ANP) - De Nederlandse maritiem dienstverlener Heerema heeft een klus binnengehaald voor de aanleg van windparken op zee voor de kust van Taiwan. Het bedrijf vervoert en installeert onder andere de funderingen van meer dan honderd windmolens.

Met de werkzaamheden draagt Heerema bij aan twee windparken op 35 tot 60 kilometers van de kust van de provincie Changhua. Die worden ontwikkeld door de Deense energiereus Ørsted. In totaal moeten de windturbines 900 megawatt aan elektriciteit opwekken, wat genoeg is om grofweg 1 miljoen huishoudens in Taiwan van groene stroom te voorzien.

Naast het leggen van funderingen, installeert Heerema ook twee zogeheten substations. Die zorgen voor het vervoer van elektriciteit naar het vasteland. De onderneming bereidt ook de zeebodem voor op de aanlegwerkzaamheden. Het project begint in 2021 en is naar verwachting in 2022 afgerond. Financiële details zijn niet bekendgemaakt.
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DEME’s New Dredger Bonny River Features SCHOTTEL Propulsion Solutions

The trailing suction hopper dredger “Bonny River”, built at Royal IHC’s Chinese partner yard COSCO Guangdong Shipyard, is propelled by SCHOTTEL. Recently handed over to the Belgian dredging company DEME, the TSHD is driven by controllable pitch propellers and transverse thrusters from the German propulsion expert. With a 15,000 cbm capacity, the vessel is capable of dredging hard soil and able to work in water depths of more than 100 m.

Mr Jan Gabriel, Head of the Technical Construction and Conversion Department at the DEME Group, comments: “The design of the ‘Bonny River’ is inspired by a drive to continuously innovate from an ecological and efficiency perspective. As such, DEME continues to be at the forefront of the industry and significantly reduces the environmental impact of its operations. SCHOTTEL’s propulsion solutions fit in this strategy.”

“Bonny River” is driven by two SCHOTTEL Controllable Pitch Propellers type SCP 129 4-XG with an input power of 8,000 kW each and a propeller diameter of 4.5 m. It reaches a speed of approximately 16 knots. Beyond this, maximum manoeuvrability and propulsion efficiency are provided by tunnel thrusters – two STT 3 FP (750 kW each) and one STT 5 FP (1,500 kW) – which can be demounted from above.

Together with SCHOTTEL’s control partner NORIS and IHC Systems, a complete power management system was developed. This controls the mechanically driven dredging pump, PTOs and the propellers without overloading the dual-fuel engines.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Jan De Nul Bags 600MW Kriegers Flak Contract in Denmark

Jan De Nul Group signs a contract with Vattenfall Vindkraft Kriegers Flak P/S for the transport and installation of 72 8.4MW Siemens Wind Turbine Generators for the Kriegers Flak Offshore Wind Farm in Denmark. Mr Philippe Hutse, Offshore Director at Jan De Nul Group, said that we are proud to have been awarded an offshore WTG installation project of this magnitude. It confirms that Jan De Nul is a trustworthy experienced partner in installing large wind farms at sea. Our investments in knowhow and equipment for offshore installation works bear fruit.

Meanwhile, the Kriegers Flak OWF is located in the Baltic Sea in water depths varying between 15 and 30 metres, at 15 kilometres from shore.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Jan De Nul Completes Installation of All 24 Foundations on Formosa

Jan De Nul Group has successfully completed installation of all twenty foundations on the 120MW Formosa 1 Phase 2 wind farm in Taiwan, the company said in its release. As part of Jan De Nul Group’s EPCI contract for building of the overall Balance of Plant, Jan De Nul Group mobilised the Seaway Yudin to install the 20 foundations. The foundations consist of a monopile and transition piece structure with a grouted connection. The monopiles range from 752 to 1230 Ton with a maximum diameter of 8.4 meter and a length ranging from 60.1 to 79.5 meter. Each of the transition pieces weigh 465 Ton and consists of five internal platforms, an external platform and boat landing.

Over a period of less than one year Jan De Nul Group managed to complete the fabrication process, the sea transport, the load in and out at the marshalling harbour in the Port of Taichung, and finally the installation of all foundations offshore. With the parallel installation of scour protection, export and inter array cables being well underway, Jan De Nul Group are fast tracking the completion of the project.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
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Minder winst voor Belgische baggeraar DEME

Gepubliceerd op 30 aug 2019 om 07:52 | Views: 759

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ZWIJNDRECHT (AFN) - De Belgische baggeraar en maritiem dienstverlener DEME heeft de winst in de eerste helft van het jaar zien dalen. Dat kwam onder meer door een miljoenenlast op vorderingen voor uitgevoerde onderhoudswerkzaamheden in opdracht van de Duitse windturbineproducent Senvion, die in zeer zwaar weer zit.

Uit het handelsbericht van houdstermaatschappij Ackermans & Van Haaren komt naar voren dat DEME een winst in de boeken zette van 44,3 miljoen euro, tegen 48,4 miljoen euro een jaar terug. De omzet dikte licht aan, tot bijna 1,4 miljard euro.

Het DEME-orderboek heeft momenteel een omvang van 3,9 miljard euro, iets hoger dan eind maart en minder dan de de circa 4 miljard euro eind 2018.
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Van Oord aan de slag voor Taiwanese kust

(ABM FN-Dow Jones) Van Oord gaat voor Ørsted kabels installeren voor de kust van Taiwan. Dit maakte het familiebedrijf uit Rotterdam woensdag bekend, zonder financiële details te vermelden.

Van Oord gaat met dit contract aan de slag bij twee offshore windparken, die zich 35 tot 60 kilometer uit de kust van Taiwan bevinden en goed zullen zijn voor de stroomvoorziening van 1 miljoen huishoudens.

Door: ABM Financial News.
info@abmfn.nl
Redactie: +31(0)20 26 28 999

© Copyright ABM Financial News B.V. All rights reserved.
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Van Oord & Shell Testing Biofuel for Vessels

Together with Shell, Van Oord is testing the use of biofuel on its fleet. The biofuel reduces CO2 emissions by more than 40% compared with conventional marine fuel. This test fits in with the ambitions of both parties to reduce the CO2 emissions in the maritime industry. The first pilot will take place during a dredging project in Germany on Van Oord's trailing suction hopper dredger HAM 316.

We are very proud of this collaboration with Van Oord. Biofuels are one of the solutions for shipping that can be implemented in the short and medium term. Biofuels can be blended with conventional fuels without the need for major technical modifications to the engines. Partners such as Van Oord have the technical expertise to monitor and supervise such pilots effectively.

The shipping industry is being faced by major sustainability challenges. By 2050, global shipping will have to emit an average of 50% less CO2 than in 2008. In addition, Van Oord has signed the Green Deal with the aim of achieving a 70% reduction by 2050 compared with 2008. That's why Van Oord and Shell are working together to reduce emissions from vessels. Both parties have signed an agreement to carry out a large-scale biofuel pilot. Following the pilot, the possibility of using biofuels on other vessels will also be examined.

Source : STRATEGIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
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DEME Group’s Orion Route to Europe

DEME Group’s DP3 offshore installation vessel Orion is on the way to Europe for the final construction phase before heading to its first offshore wind project. Orion will arrive in Rostock, Germany, in a few weeks, where it will be equipped with a Liebherr crane that has a lifting capacity of 5,000t. The 216.5m vessel will be able to accommodate a crew of up to 131 people and will be powered by a dual-fuel engine capable of burning liquefied natural gas.

In mid-July, Orion left the COSCO Qidong shipyard in China to start the first series of sea trials, where its performance was measured and the dual-fuel engines tested to their maximum power.

Source : STRATEGIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
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