By 2030, more than half of all wind turbines installed offshore will be super-sized units of more than 8 MW capacity. That is one of the findings of research by Norway’s Rystad
Aberdeen, Scotland-based North Star Renewables has awarded Finantieri’s Norwegian based subsidiary Vard an additional contract for the design and construction of a hybrid service operation vessel (SOV). To be built at Vard’s
The two new two high-spec “walk to work” offshore wind Commissioning, Service and Operations vessels (CSOVs) recently ordered by Oslo-headquartered Awind AS will feature MacGregor equipment packages. Awind AS, is a wholly-owned
Norwegian headquartered Fincantieri Group company Vard has secured contracts for the design and construction of three hybrid Service Operation Vessels (SOVs) for Aberdeen, Scotland, based North Star Renewables. The trio will operate
China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI) shipyard in Jiangsu, China, has floated out Alfa Lift, a newbuild heavy installation vessel, designed and built for installing the next generation of extra-large offshore wind foundations.
Spanish engineering company Marcelo Penna Engineering has joined forces with Dutch offshore transfer system specialist Safeway to design an intelligent Service Operation Vessel and gangway combination that puts a high focus on
Aberdeen, Scotland, based North Star Renewables reports that it has finalized a GBP 96 million (about $132 million) funding package to build its new fleet of three service operations vessels (SOVs). North