With three offshore wind farms set to be built in the Atlantic Ocean approximately 20 miles south of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, training for the personnel who will construct them is critical.
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With its eyes on the proposed New York Bight offshore wind lease sale, EnBW North America, a subsidiary of Germany’s EnBW AG, has made leadership team changes that will see long-term acting
DEME Offshore’s DP3 vessel Living Stone has successfully installed the DolWin6 High Voltage DC (HVDC) cable in the North Sea. This is the first time a cable laying vessel has installed cables
Ørsted said today that it has submitted a bid to the Maryland Public Service Commission to develop Skipjack Wind 2, a proposed project of up to 760 MW. The bid is in
The latest addition to Danish naval architectural consultancy Knud E. Hansen’s Atlas series of wind turbine installation vessels (WTIV) designs, the Atlas A-class, is able to carry four new-generation 14 MW wind
By Basil M. Karatzas, Founder, Karatzas Marine Advisors & Company Until recently, the offshore drilling market had the distinction of employing the most expensive assets in the maritime industry. A decade ago,
While most of the focus on U.S. offshore wind development is on U.S. East Coast sites primarily suited to turbines with fixed foundations, California and Hawaii could be key states for wind
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.
InfraStrata plc (AIM: INFA), the U.K. infrastructure project specialist that bought the assets of U.K. shipbuilders Harland & Wolff and Appledore Shipyard, has signed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Triumph Subsea
French shipping company Louis Dreyfus Armateurs has selected Schottel to supply a range of propulsion systems for its second wind farm service operation vessel (SOV) the Wind of Hope, the sister vessel