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GRS welcomes max von bröckel

Global Renewables Shipbrokers is pleased to announce that Max von Bröckel has joined their Hamburg Team. He has been working as a shipborker in the offshore wind energy sector since 2015. Together with Merlin, Alex and Ralph he will serve the GRS Charter Enquiries for all kind of Offshore Construction, Accommodation, Dive Support and W2W Vessels. Welcome Max! 
Get in touch with us:  www.grs-offshore.com

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GRs & Hansa release fresh market compass

Global Renewables Shipbrokers GmbH & Hansa Maritime Journal released another FRESH "Market Compass - Offshore Wind". This biannual up-to-the-minute Market Report indicates all the latest rates and trends in the offshore wind vessel market. The 6th Version is now available in the 04/2018 edition of the Hansa Maritime Journal.  
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VesselS FOR charter

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Jack Up´s
Starting Day Charter Rate
unpropelled: 25.000 EUR
DP<500t crane: 32.000 EUR
DP>500t crane: 40.000 EUR
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WALK-2-WORK
Starting Day Charter Rate
<40 ChrtsPax: 19.000 EUR
>40 ChrtsPax: 24.000 EUR
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Construction Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
DP2<50t gear: 13.500 EUR
DP2>100t gear: 25.000 EUR
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VesselS FOR SALE

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AHT (#574)
Built: 2003
LoA:
Beam:
40,00 m
11,40 m
BP: 54 tons
M/E:            Prop.: 2 x CP   
2x fp

Price: USD 750.000,-
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ASD Tug (#575)
Built: 2015
LoA: 24,40 m
Beam: 11,25 m
Draft:                  BP:                      Speed:  3,05 m       
60 tons              12,5 kn                       
Price: USD 4.800.000,-
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 CTV (#302)
Built: 1997
LoA: 14,98 m
Beam: 5,01 m
Pax: 12
Speed:             LC:                                                 Price: EUR  15 kn                    10 mt                                    220.000       
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OFFSHORE VESSELS

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bokalift 1



The recently converted self-propelled DP2 crane vessel Bokalift 1 has started installing foundation pin piles on the 102-turbine East Anglia ONE offshore wind farm in the UK North Sea waters. This is the Boskalis vessel’s first contract since undergoing conversion and being put back into operation. Located 43km off the Suffolk Coast, the 714MW East Anglia ONE will comprise 102 Siemens Gamesa 7MW wind turbines installed on jacket foundations. 60 of the jacket foundations and the accompanying pin piles are being manufactured by the UAE-based Lamprell, with the remaining 42 jackets and pin piles being delivered by the Spanish joint venture between Navantia and Windar. The steel structures are being delivered to the Port of Vlissingen, the Netherlands.
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newbuild service vessel



Chinese shipowner Shanghai Xiongcheng Offshore Engineering placed an order for a 50-metre offshore wind farm service vessel at the Jiangsu Dayang Offshore Equipment shipyard. The vessel concept was developed by Shanghai Xiongcheng together with the Swedish marine design company FKAB and its main function is to provide maintenance services to offshore wind farms along China’s East Coast area. The wind farm service vessel will come equipped with a walk-to-work gangway with a 6 degrees wave compensation unit. The vessel will also feature a DC diesel-electric propulsion system and two azimuth contra-rotating thrusters, to achieve best operational function and fuel efficiency in both transit and DP2 conditions.
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Pacific orca



Wind turbine installation vessel (WTIV) Pacific Orca has started installing wind turbine towers on Vattenfall’s European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) in the Aberdeen Bay. Pacific Orca loaded the first turbine components for the wind farm in the Port of Esbjerg, Denmark, in mid-March. The jack-up is installing the towers on suction bucket foundations, the first of which was recently installed by the floating crane Asian Hercules III. Located some three kilometers off Aberdeen, EOWDC, also known as the Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm, will comprise eleven MHI Vestas 8.4MW turbines inter-connected by 66kV inter-array cables. The 92.5MW wind farm is expected to generate first power this summer and operate for 20 years.
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OFFSHORE WINDParks

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denmark´s 800mw offshore windfarm plans

Denmark's Energy, Supply and Climate Minister Lars Christian Lilleholt announced the Governments intentions of building a new 800MW offshore wind farm. This new proposed wind farm will be joining the currently under-construction Kriegers Flak. A couple of months ago the wind farm had its second offshore substation Gravity Based Foundation (GBF) installed. Kriegers Flak is set to become Denmark's largest wind farm with a capacity of 600MW which will be provided by 72 SG 8.0-167 DD. The proposed wind will help Denmark reach its fossil fuel free goal of 2050 set out by Lars Christian Lilleholt.

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first jacket installation at hornsea project one

The first of four jackets has been installed at the Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm site 120km off the coast of Yorkshire. The foundation will support a massive 2800-tonne structure, known as a topside, to form an offshore substation. Each jacket weighs around 1500 – 1700 tonnes. When completed in 2020 Hornsea Project One will be the biggest wind farm in the world, capable of supplying electricity to well over one million homes. The wind farm will consist of 174 SWT-7.0-154 wind turbines, three substations and due to the distance from shore, a Reactive Compensation Station (RCS).  

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MHI Vestas 9.5MW wind turbines for Northwester 2 

The 224MW Northwester 2 project, the fourth collaboration between Parkwind and MHI Vestas, will comprise 23 turbines installed in the Belgian North Sea. With installation planned for late 2019, Northwester 2 is set to become the world’s first offshore wind farm to feature the record-setting V164-9.5MW turbines, Parkwind said. The Northwester 2 project is expected to create more than 1,000 direct and indirect jobs during the construction phase and 100 long-term jobs for operations and maintenance. The conditional order announcement, which includes a service agreement, comes as the government has recently announced it will double offshore wind capacity in Belgian territorial waters, up to 4 GW by 2025.

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OFFSHORE News

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INDIA SCOPES INTEREST IN 1GW WIND FARM

The National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for the development of a 1GW Offshore Wind Farm in Gujarat, located 23km off the coast in 15-20m water depths. Interested parties have to submit an EOI proposal by 25th May. A technical committee will then create short list of bidders to participate in the subsequent tender. Interested bidders must be either global entities with experience of developing 500MW+ offshore wind projects, or Indian businesses with experience of developing at least 500MW of onshore wind cumulatively. Bidders must also have an average annual turnover of 500 crores (EUR 62 million) during the last three years. The successful bidder will be awarded a PPA for 25 years. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy are expected to announce further offshore wind development plans for the sector in late April, with a streamlined “one stop shop” project permitting process.
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EOLINK INSTALLS NEW FRENCH FLOATER

Eolink and partner Ifremer have installed the Eolink 1/10 scale prototype at Sainte Anne du Portzic, France. The pilot floating structure is a scaled down version of the 12MW Eolink concept which features a light-weight semi-submersible platform designed to support turbines of 10MW+ with rotor diameters over 200m. The patented structure offers improved stress distribution and no vibra-tion issues which reduces fatigue. According to Eolink the single point mooring solution also enables easy installation with significant cost savings. Sea trials are ongoing and inauguration is scheduled for 20th April 2018. Eolink and Ideol’s 2MW Floatgen turbine are set to become the first two installed offshore wind turbines in France. IDEOL have repeatedly installation whilst reportedly waiting for a clear weather window but are hoping to install the concrete ring structure in the coming weeks.
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NEW POLICIES FAVOUR GREEN ENERGY

The new renewable quota system in China has rolled out with the close of “two Governmental sessions”. The new system sets quotas for renewable energy consumption whereas previously the focus was on generation. Provin-cial grid companies and power purchasers will be obliged to meet the quotas by the end of 2018 and 2020 respec-tively. The quotas will be specific to each province taking into account varied resources, development and con-sumptions. For example the Jiangsu province has a large offshore wind industry and a renewable target of 5.5% in 2018 and 6.5% in 2020 whereas Qinghai has a target of 21% and 25%. The difference between these areas ac-counts for the high population and electricity consump-tion of coastal cities in Jiangsu where a small % still equates to a large amount of energy. The system along with the recently issued “Provisional Management Measures for the Development and Construction of De-centralized Wind Projects” signals strong governmental support to boost the development of renewable energy.
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