EMS Maritime Offshore (EMO), a wholly owned subsidiary of AG EMS, is to be the operator of the newly constructed heliport in Groningen’s Eemshaven. The long-term operation contracts are being signed today. Groningen Seaports remains the owner of the infrastructure needed for the heliport. EMO will be operating this heliport and, depending on market developments, will provide it with a number of small buildings that are still required. The official opening is expected to take place around the summer.
EMS Maritime Offshore GmbH (EMO) have been awarded the contract to secure the shipping traffic to and from the offshore wind farm off Borkum, currently under construction. An agreement was recently signed with Trianel Windkraftwerk Borkum II GmbH & Co. KG (Trianel) in the context of the expansion of the Trianel Windpark Borkum II offshore wind farm.
NHC supports transports for Petrofac to BorWin3-Gamma platform - one of the largest offshore converter stations in the world
ROBUR & SSC Wind to combine into biggest independent German service provider for wind energy services
The management teams of SSC Wind and ROBUR announced the signing of an agreement to combine into the leading, independent German service provider for wind energy services. The transaction is expected to be executed by the end of November. Amongst other, SSC Wind acts as a leader in on- and offshore installation of wind turbines as well as service engineering provider for wind turbines. ROBUR WIND (consisting of ROBUR companies WKA and ROSCH) is leading the fields of blade maintenance as well as on- and offshore maintenance services. Together, the merged ROBUR WIND will become a full-service provider of market-leading solutions to its growing list of customers.
Buss Offshore Solutions and IDEA Groupe establish Joint Venture Buss IDEA Offshore / bundling the experience and core competencies of both companies ensures comprehensive logistics support for French offshore wind market / service portfolio covers logistics services for nearshore and base harbor logistics for the installation phase as well as holistic services for the operation and maintenance phases
German offshore helicopter operator Northern Helicopter expands its business with another helicopter and a second Managing Director.
Nordsee One GmbH is counting on a long-term collaboration with EMS Maritime Offshore (EMO), based in Leer/Emden. On 31/08/2018, EMO signed an extension of its charter contract for MS ‘Windea Four’ with Nordsee One GmbH until 2026. The specialist vessel was developed for use in offshore wind farms and has been outstandingly successful. What made this occasion even more special is that it coincided with the christening of her sister ship MS ‘Windea Six’. EMO’s crew transfer vessel (CTV) ‘Windea Four’ has already been working for the wind farm operator Nordsee One GmbH out of Norddeich since June 2016. The ship transports service technicians and freight to the wind farm of the same name, ‘Nordsee One’, 40 km to the north of the island of Juist. The owners of the wind farm are Northland Power with an 85% share and innogy with 15%.
EMO supplies a crew transfer vessel for the operational phase of offshore wind farm ‘Nordsee One’ EMS Maritime Offshore GmbH (EMO) marked the occasion of Harbour Day in Leer by christening the new addition to its fleet, the crew transfer vessel (CTV) ‘Windea Six’, in the harbour. Member of the German Parliament Gitta Connemann was delighted to assume the honour of christening the ship, especially in her hometown of Leer. When asked how one could become a ship’s godmother, Connemann said: “You mustn’t have red hair like a ship’s kobold.” But a kobold must have stowed away somewhere, for the champagne bottle only burst on the second attempt. EMO has been working for the ‘Nordsee One’ wind farm with MS ‘Windea Four’ since the start of the construction phase in 2015; the Emden-based company has now secured a contract with the operator Senvion GmbH from Hamburg to provide a CTV during the wind farm’s operational phase. EMO has therefore added a catamaran from the Strategic Marine shipyard in Singapore to its fleet. ‘Windea Six’ will go into service out of Norddeich for at least three years, starting immediately.
Elsfleth – August 2018: Auch 2018 hat die German Wind Academy (GWA) die Zertifizierung der Global Wind Organisation (GWO) für ihre Module Basic und Refresher am Standort Elsfleth erfolgreich durchgeführt. Neu dazugekommen ist in diesem Jahr der Offshore Standort Eemshaven in den Niederlanden. Ab sofort bietet die German Wind Academy in direkter Nähe zur Kaikante [...]
Bernhard Schulte Offshore (BSO) has won GE Renewable Energy’s tender to provide a new-build Service Operation Vessel (SOV) to support the maintenance of the 66 Haliade 150-6MW turbines located 28 miles from Germany’s Borkum Island. The total capacity of 396MW will produce enough power for almost half a million homes. BSO’s winning bid showcased the Schulte Group as a strong partner with a track-record in the operation of SOVs in several wind farms and included a proven vessel design build by the Ulstein yard which is known for high quality and on-time delivery.