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The latest GRS Jack-Up Availability Report for Q4 / 2019 includes market information as well as technical specifications and availabilities of installation and accommodation Jack-Ups in and around Europe, Asia and the United States.
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From Dec 18th to 19th 2019 the "International Workshop on Offshore Wind Energy (IWOWE)" takes place in Qingdao, China. 
A special invitation was extended to speakers who are leaders within the offshore wind energy sector.
GRS Sales Development Manager Jannis Klar is on the way to Quingdao. He will give a speech about "The evolution of offshore wind vessels“. 
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Jack Up´s
Starting Day Charter Rate
unpropelled: 23.000 EUR
DP<500t crane: 30.000 EUR
DP>500t crane: 40.000 EUR
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Starting Day Charter Rate
<40 ChrtsPax: 17-20.000 EUR
>40 ChrtsPax: 20-25.000 EUR
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Construction Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
DP2<50t gear: 11.000 EUR
DP2>100t gear: 18.000 EUR

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Guard Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
A-Class: 3.000 EUR
B-Class: 2.400 EUR
C-Class: 2.000 EUR
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Crew Transfer Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
12 Pax (12hrs): 2.000 EUR
12 Pax (24hrs): 2.900 EUR
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Platform Supply Vessel (DP2)
Starting Day Charter Rate
Deck <700 sqm: 7.000 EUR
Deck >700 sqm: 9.500 EUR

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CTV #621

LOA:27.40 m
Draft:2.40 m
Speed:23 kn
Propellers:Water Jet


Price:1,200,000 USD

DSV #797

LOA:49.90 m
Beam:12.20 m
Positioning:4 Point Mooring

with crane

Price:5,000,000 USD

DSV #672

LOA:91.12 m
Beam:18.01 m
DP Class:DP 2
Free Deck:700 sqm



3,500,000 USD

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Seajacks Scylla is installing the mono bucket foundations at the Deutsche Bucht offshore wind farm. The 269 MW project will feature 33 MHI Vestas V164-8.0 MW turbines of which 31 have already been installed on traditional monopile foundations.


Huisman has received an order to provide a 5,000mt Tub Mounted Crane (TMC) for Jan De Nul’s new offshore installation vessel Les Alizés.

The TMC crane is designed to allow operations with both main hoist and auxiliary hoist in extreme weather conditions. According to Huisman, the TMC crane will be the largest offshore wind turbine foundation installation crane installed on a monohull vessel.     


High Speed Transfers’ (HST) new fast crew supply vessel HST Euan has begun sea trials offshore Antalya in Turkey.

The vessel was floated out at the beginning of November. HST Euan, and its sister vessel HST Harri, will be deployed on the Northwester 2 offshore wind project in Belgium, under a contract with MHI Vestas.

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The Golf du Lion (EFGL) floating offshore wind farm has been granted authorization from the Aude Precture. Fol-lowing the public consultation held in spring 2019, the domain concession and environmental authorisations for the development of the project and for RTE’s transmission system were granted on 6th November. Located 16km off the coast of Leucate and Le Barcares, the project will demonstrate the semi-submersible WindFloat platform from Principle Power, Inc. MHI Vestas also announced that it had been selected as the preferred turbine supplier for EFGL and will deploy three V164-10.0 MW turbines. RTE will start construction of the transmis-sion system during the second half of 2020 and turbine installation is expected in 2022. The Port La Nouvelle in Southern France will be used as the assembly harbour. The 30 MW pilot project is a continuation of the success-ful partnership between EDP Renewables, Engie, and MHI Vestas, who were behind the WindFloat Atlantic project, which is currently being installed in Portugal.
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Heerema will use the floating method for the construction of Parkwind’s 257 MW Arcadis Ost 1 offshore wind farm, located 20 kilometres northeast of the island of Rugen in the Baltic Sea. Because of the challenging soil conditions at the Arcadis Ost 1 site, Parkwind looked at possible alternatives to traditional installation methodologies. Together with Heerema Marine Contractors and MHI Vestas, the floating installation method was developed. The main advantage of floating installation is that all interaction with the soil can be avoided, reducing the project’s risk compared to traditional jack-up installation and allowing for faster operations, Heerema states. The developed method is based on utilizing a floating installation vessel to assemble the wind turbine components. The vessel will have all turbine components on its deck including a dummy tower. This tower will provide a stable platform onboard the vessel to assemble the nacelle and the blades.
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Bureau UK Joins Triton Knoll Roster

Staffing and recruitment specialist Bureau UK has secured a framework agreement to provide resourcing to support the quality assurance, quality control, and surveillance activities across the Triton Knoll offshore wind project.Bureau UK is sourcing engineers to undertake work around Quality and Production Assurance Services for the project. The work carried out will cover the full range of Inspection of plant and equipment.“The work we are doing with Triton Knoll reflects the unique approach of Bureau,” Bureau’s Managing Director David Blanchard said.”We work with our customers on a long-term basis to understand their unique and complex resourcing and find the right people to undertake this often highly complex and critical work.”Triton Knoll will feature 90 MHI Vestas 9.5MW turbines located some 20 miles off the coast of Lincolnshire, UK.The 860MW project, owned by innogy, J-Power and Kansai Electric Power, is scheduled to enter the offshore construction phase in early 2020.
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Fred. Olsen Windcarrier's jack-up vessel Bold Tern has started a turbine blade campaign for three Belgian wind farms. Bold Tern is expected to transit to Ostend next week, from where she will conduct the maintenance cam-paign for Belwind, Nobelwind and Northwind over six months. This marks the first operations and maintenance project for the vessel this year, following gear box ex-changes late last year in the Irish Sea. The three wind farms all feature Vestas turbines, with the V90-3.0 model at Belwind, the V112-3.3 model at Nobelwind and the V112-3.0 MW model at Northwind.
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Turbine installation is nearing half way at the 714 MW East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm. According to Scottish Power 46 of the 102 SWT-7.0-154 turbines have been installed. A2SEA’s SEA CHALLENGER has been onsite since June, with first power successfully achieved in August. Scottish Power have triggered the first CfD phase for a price of 136.08£/MWh. Full commissioning is expected during the first half of 2020. In late October Scottish Pow-er submitted for consent for its final two projects within the East Anglia ONE offshore wind zone, East Anglia TWO and East Anglia ONE NORTH. 
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Tekmar Secures Yunlin CPS Order

Seaway 7 has awarded Tekmar Energy with a contract to provide cable protection systems (CPSs) for wpd’s 640MW Yunlin offshore wind farm in Taiwan.Under the contract, Tekmar will be supplying 150 of their patented CPSs which protect the subsea power cables as they transition from the offshore structures into burial.The Yunlin offshore wind farm is scheduled to be fully operational by the end of 2021, using 80 Siemens Gamesa 8MW turbines. The contract is one of Tekmar’s largest non-EU projects to date.
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Ørsted is seeking managed service provider

This tender concerns sourcing services and has the scope of sourcing labour services and of implementing initiatives aimed at optimising the end-to-end sourcing process and allowing for structured management reporting, the company said.The objective of the tender is to introduce a new structure for sourcing of labour services which supports the shift from a multi-service provider framework agreement based sourcing structure in Ørsted, to a service based agreement structure with one MSP.The cornerstone in the new sourcing structure is the introduction of a new process for sourcing of labour services and this agreement, Ørsted said.The duration of the framework agreement will be 36 months, with options for five 12-month renewals.Interested parties have until 18 December to submit their tenders or requests to participate.
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DEME Begins Neart na Gaoithe Work

DEME Offshore has kicked off engineering activities for the Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind project in Scotland as part of its EPCI contract for the inter-array and interconnector cables. DEME’s scope includes the engineering, procurement, construction, and installation of the subsea cables for the 450MW wind farm, with execution expected in 2021. According to the company, the engineering activities are already underways in order to meet the required project milestones. The layout will include 54 Siemens Gamesa 8MW turbines, distributed across 12 array strings, each connected via dedicated 66kV inter-array cables. The six array loops will be connected to the two offshore substations, with three array loops to each OSS and an interconnector between them. Tier 1 contractors for Neart na Gaoithe were revealed, after the announcement that the project construction had kicked off. Owned by EDF Renewables and ESB, the 450MW offshore wind project will be located 15.5km off the east coast of Fife covering an area of circa 105km2. 
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CTGNE Yangjiang Shapa Phase 1 Delivers First Power

The 300MW CTGNE Yangjiang Shapa Phase 1 wind farm has started delivering electricity after the first wind turbines were connected to the Chinese grid, China Three Gorges said. CTGNE Yangjiang Shapa Phase 1 comprises 55 5.5MW wind turbines and is the Three Gorges Group’s first wind project off the Guangdong Province. The wind farm is located around 28 kilometers off Shapa Town, Yangxi County, Yangjiang City. It covers an area of ​​50 square kilometers with water depths ranging from 27 metres to 32 metres. The first monopile foundation was installed in April, and the offshore booster station was lowered onto its jacket foundation at the end of August. At the end of September, the first wind turbine was in place. The full commissioning of the wind farm is scheduled for 2020. CTGNE Yangjiang Shapa Phase 1 is part of a larger offshore wind project which once fully commissioned will have an installed capacity of over 1GW.
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