Offshore wind news

It’s dimensions over new wind turbine foundation jackets and the quipment needed to handle them:

Saturday 25/9/21 saw MAMMOET with one of their TWIN RING CRANES loading the first Foundation Jacket SN/N14 for the SEAGREEN OWF onto WAGENENBORG`s BARGE 9 at NIGG ENERGY PARK. Three barges carring 2 each will be used to transport the FOUNDATION JACKETS to the Wind Farm . The Tugs mobilized for the tow are CARLO MARTELLO ERACLEA and IEVOLI BLUE:


Photo : David Meek ©

AUGUSTEAs 2009 built 154 TBP CARLO MARTELLO releasing her tow WB11 to STRATHDON and STRATHDEE for the final docking maneuver at NIGG ENERGY PARK. WAGENBORGs WB11 had sea fastenings installed at INVERGORDON and will be used to transport Foundation Jackets to the SEAGREEN OWF.


_David Meek ©

Offshore wind farms are expected to spout like mushrooms along the USEC.
That requires suitable deep water staging bases without height restrictions;

Offshore wind farm activity is affection ports in many parts of the world:

Prysmian Group has also recently announced the award of the SOO GREEN HVDC Link Project, a key milestone in building a US clean energy grid.

Coming to a coast near you:

Ireland is joining the game:

The finance world is seeing opportunities in renewable energy generation projects:

Ørsted recently installed some topside units at their Hornsea 2 windfarm, they claim it will be the largest windfarm in the word.

It is claimed that Equinor/SSE/ENI’s Dogger Bank windfarm will be the biggest in the world when completed.

https://www.offshore-mag.com/renewable-energy/article/14212695/hornsea-two-offshore-substation-wind-turbine-foundations-in-place-in-the-uk-north-sea