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GRS strengthens its service portfolio with Global Renewables Invest & Finance! This service will be managed by Uwe Schuldt with effect from May 1st, 2020. Uwe is responsible for all activities in the field of Project and Corporate Finance, Due Diligence, Strategic Analysis, Distressed Situations as well as Mergers & Acquisitions.
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The latest GRS North Sea Barge Report for Q 02 / 2020 is now available! The report includes market information as well as technical specifications and availability of barges.

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VesselS FOR charter

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Jack Up´s
Starting Day Charter Rate
unpropelled: 24.000 EUR
DP<500t crane: 30.000 EUR
DP>500t crane: 38.000 EUR
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Starting Day Charter Rate
<40 ChrtsPax: 20-23.000 EUR
>40 ChrtsPax: 23-27.000 EUR
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Construction Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
DP2<50t gear: 12.000 EUR
DP2>100t gear: 17.000 EUR

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Guard Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
A-Class: 3.200 EUR
B-Class: 2.500 EUR
C-Class: 2.100 EUR
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Crew Transfer Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
12 Pax (12hrs): 2.300 EUR
12 Pax (24hrs): 3.200 EUR
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Platform Supply Vessel (DP2)
Starting Day Charter Rate
Deck <700 sqm: 4.000 EUR
Deck >700 sqm: 4.800 EUR

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CTV #621

LOA:27.40 m
Free Deck:40 sqm
Speed:23 kn
Propellers:Water Jet
Price:900,000 USD

OSV #753

LOA:65.00 m
Free Deck:370 sqm
1 Z Type Ports.

1 Z Type Starb.

Price:11.0 Mio USD

Survey #687

LOA:53.80 m
DWAT:1,250 ts
BP:50 ts
M/E:2x2,348 kw

7,500,000 USD

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Fred. Olsen Windcarrier's jack-up installation vessel Brave Tern has left the Port Esbjerg and is now heading to Taiwan for installation work at the Yunlin offshore wind farm. Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy has commissioned Fred. Olsen Windcarrier to install its 80 SGRE SG 8.0-167 DD turbines at the Taiwanese site. The 132 metre vessel Brave Ternwas launched in 2012 prior to its delivery later that year. The vessel is a GustoMSC NG-9000C-HPE design with four 92m legs. Since its delivery, the vessel has worked regularly in the offshore wind market.


C-bed's offshore accommodation vessel Wind Innovation has been deployed in the UK to support MHI Vestas Offshore Wind which is conducting upgrade operations at a number of offshore wind farms. The vessel will support four wind farms across three countries. It will use of both Liverpool and Eemshaven for loading of supplies and crew change. It will also act as project base camp for operations on the Burbo Bank Extension, Borkum Riffgrund 2, Norther and Walney Extension projects.




Swire Blue Ocean A/S (SBO) has announced the installation of Pacific Osprey's new crane boom in the Port of Esbjerg. The 422 ton boom was lifted onto the vessel with the help of two shore cranes and locked to the base of the crane. In the coming days, the team will focus on mounting the boom hoist wires. Pacific Osprey is a 2012 built self-elevating wind farm installation vessel. It was originally fitted with a 1,200 ton main crane @ 31m radius – 97m hook height above deck – which was used in the installation of both foundation and wind turbine generator (WTG) installations.

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Jan De Nul Gr. AND LS Cable to connect Dutch duo

TenneT has awarded a consortium of Jan De Nul Group and LS Cable & System contracts for the supply and installation of high voltage cables for the grid connection for the Hollandse Kust Noord and West Alpha offshore wind farms. Jan De Nul Group will take care of the transportation, laying and protection of the cables that will be designed and manufactured by LS Cable & System. Offshore execution will take place in 2022-23. The Hollandse Kust Noord and Hollandse Kust West Alpha export cable systems will consist of two 220 kV AC cable systems each. These four cable systems will cover a total length of 210 km, connecting the wind farms to the onshore Dutch power grid near Beverwijk, just north of the port of IJmuiden.
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DEA issues Thor notice

The Danish Energy Agency has published a prior information notice for the forthcoming tendering of Thor offshore wind farm. Thor is located 20 km off the West Coast of Jutland in North Sea and will be the first of three projects included in the 2018 Energy Agreement to be built over the next decade. First power is expected in Q2 2024 and full commissioning by 2027. The site covers an area of 440 km2, west of Nissum Fjord. It will have a capacity of minimum 800 MW and maximum 1,000 MW making it the largest offshore wind farm in Denmark. The prior information notice is non-binding, and is primarily an opportunity for market players to make adequate preparations for the forthcoming tendering process.
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Taiwanese project nets new investor

Electricity Generating Public Company Limited (EGCO Group) has completed the acquisition of a 25% ownership interest in Yunlin Holding GmbH, which owns the 640 MW Yunlin offshore wind farm project in Taiwan. It joins WPD offshore GmbH and Sojitz Corporation Japan as owners of the project. EGCO Group is an independent power producer in Thailand. The company generates electricity using several fuel sources, such as natural gas, coal, biomass, hydro, solar, wind, and geothermal.
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Committee launches offshore wind inquiry

The UK's Environmental Audit Committee has launched an overarching inquiry looking at technological innovations which could contribute to tackling climate change. Each part of the inquiry will look at a specific technology currently in use or in development and consider its potential and how Government policy can facilitate the UK making the best and most cost-effective use of that technology. The first session of this inquiry will look at offshore wind power. This session will consider the opportunities to maximise continued uptake and effectiveness of this technology, and the challenges faced by the industry in delivering greater capacity.
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MHI Vestas scores Japanese supply agreement

Developers of the Akita Yurihonjo offshore wind farm have selected MHI Vestas Offshore Wind A/S to supply turbines for the Japanese project. The wind farm is expected to have a power generating capacity of approximately 700 MW, making it one of the largest offshore arrays in Japan. The Akita Yurihonjo project is being developed by Akita Yurihonjo Offshore Wind GK (AYOW). AYOW is currently engaged in dialogues with local residents, fishermen and other local stakeholders, while at the same time holding consultations on how the wind farm will contribute to the local community, conducting environmental impact assessments and various other surveys, and examining technical specifications.

Governor inks clean energy legislation

Governor Ralph Northam has signed the Virginia Clean Economy Act and amended the Clean Energy and Community Flood Preparedness Act that requires Virginia to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative. The law requires new measures to promote energy efficiency, sets a schedule for closing old fossil fuel power plants, and requires electricity to come from 100 percent renewable sources such as offshore wind. Energy companies must pay penalties for not meeting their targets, and part of that revenue would fund job training and renewable energy programs in historically disadvantaged communities.
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MMS Offshore secures Taiwan charter

MMA Offshore has been awarded a contract with a top tier construction contractor to support foundation installation for an offshore wind farm project off the coast of Taiwan. The company's multi-purpose supply vessel, MMA Vigilant, will be providing integrated subsea services to monitor the seabed for dredging and piling work over a two month period, with end-to-end project services provided by MMA’s Vessel Operations, Subsea Services and Project Logistics business units.

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Amsterdam looking develop new energy hub

Amsterdam looking develop new energy hub. The dredge sludge depot at the former Averijhaven near IJmuiden will soon be developed into an energy port. A partnership covenant for the new facility has been signed by the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management, the Province of North Holland, the Municipality of Velsen, Tata Steel, IJmuiden Seaport and Port of Amsterdam.  In the coming years, wind farms are to be developed in the North Sea and the Energy Port aims to support these developments by providing an base for their construction and operation. This includes the Hollandse Kust West and IJmuiden Ver offshore wind zones off the Dutch coast.
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Seajacks scores Japanese installation contract

UK based wind turbine installation vessel operator Seajacks International Limited (Seajacks), owned by Marubeni Corporation (Marubeni), INCJ, Ltd., and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd., through its 100% subsidiary Seajacks Japan, Ltd., signed a foundation installation contract with Kajima Corporation for construction of a Japanese offshore wind farm. It concerns the Akita Port and Noshiro Port offshore wind in Akita Prefecture. This projects are expected to be the first bottom-fixed large-scale offshore wind power projects in Japan funded 100% on a commercial basis. This is the first contract in Japan for Seajacks who will commence offshore construction work on a large wind installation vessel called Zaratan in 2021.
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