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GRS and FLEET Hamburg invite to their second joint Offhshore Workshop

On February the 1st, 2018 the event with the current topic "Non-EU-Crew on Offshore-Vessels in German Waters – How to deal with unlawful expulsion orders" arranged by Global Renewables Shipbrokers together with Fleet Hamburg LLP, will take place in Hamburg. According to the great interest to participate in the case study of Speaker and Solicitor Dr. Philipp Drömann of Fleet Hamburg LLP, followed by a discussion with experts and decision makers from the industry, only some very few guests tickets are still available. In case that you would like to join please send us an email to j.tibke@grs-offshore.com (Tickets to be handed out under the first come-first served principle only). We are looking forward to an interesting lecture, active exchanges and good talks.
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VesselS FOR charter

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Jack Up´s
Starting Day Charter Rate
unpropelled: 23.000 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: 18.000 EUR
>40 ChrtsPax: 23.000 EUR
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Construction Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
DP2<50t gear: 12.000 EUR
DP2>100t gear: 23.000 EUR
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VesselS FOR SALE

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Tug (#514)
Built: 2009
LoA:
Draft:
25 m
3,4 m
BP: 40 tons
M/E: 2 x CAT

Price: EUR 2.500.000,-
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Dredger (#466)
Dim: 24 x 10 m
Spuds: 3
Deck winch: 3
Excavator: Liebherr
Gen: 1 x 35kVa

Price: on request
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PSV (#515)
Built: 1978
LoA: 78 m
Beam: 15 m
M/E: 2 x Deutz
Pax: 28 total

Price: EUR 500.000,-
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OFFSHORE VESSELS

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N-O-S CTVs



Northern Offshore Services (N-O-S) and Fred. Olsen Windcarrier have signed a co-operation deal on 17 January, agreeing to integrate Fred. Olsen Windcarrier’s fleet of crew transfer vessels (CTVs) into N-O-S’s existing management and organisation. N-O-S will now be in charge of seven Fred. Olsen Windcarrier CTVs, and will have a crew transfer vessel fleet of 37 vessels. The agreement is effective immediately for the commercial management of the seven vessels, while N-O-S will take over the operation management as of 1 March.
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innovation



GeoSea’s jack-up Innovation has loaded the first set of monopile foundations in Vlissingen (Flushing), the Netherlands, and is now en route to install them on Ørsted’s 1.2GW Hornsea Project One wind farm off the UK. In total, the Innovation will install 174 monopile foundations, produced by EEW SPC, at the site located some 120 kilometres off the coast of Yorkshire, according to DEME. Ørsted is the sole owner of Hornsea One. The company also has the project rights to the Hornsea Project Two and Three, which have the potential of further 3GW offshore wind power capacity in total.
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hybrid ctv



Ørsted is testing a Surface Effect Ship, a hybrid crew transfer vessel (CTV) between a hovercraft and a catamaran, on the route from Esbjerg Port to the Horns Rev 2 offshore wind farm in the Danish North Sea. Ørsted, the operator of more than 25 offshore wind farms worldwide in different weather conditions, will use the experience of the Horns Rev 2 trials to assess where the new vessel could possibly be used. With a maximum speed of up to 80km/h and the ability to work in harsher weather conditions, the Surface Effect Ship is said to reduce operations and maintenance costs related to the transfer of technicians to offshore wind turbines.

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OFFSHORE WINDParks

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new japanese wind farms announced

Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding has announced plans to construct a 7.5MW wind farm 800m off the coast of Nyazencho, Japan. The project is set to feature four 2MW turbines with a project cost of 5 billion yen. The company aims to start commercial operation by 2020. Four other new Japanese wind farms have also been recently an-nounced and the Environmental Impact Assessment plans have been submitted for public comment. These include the 1GW Tsugaru, 800MW MutsuBay, 180MW Happou-Noshiro and the 240MW Saikai-Enoshima wind farms. With a slow start entering the offshore wind industry, the Japanese Government is due to publish a bill for the crea-tion of policies to promote offshore development which the country is currently lacking and has obstructed development so far.
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offshore works set to kickoff at Hornsea

Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm is all set to begin installation of the monopile foundations. EEW SPC is producing all 174 monopile foundations, with each measuring up to 65m long and weighing 800 tonnes. GeoSea's jack-up vessel Innovation was loaded out with the first batch of monopiles in Vlissingen, Netherlands and arrived onsite on 23rd January. This is over a month later than originally scheduled. According to sources at Ørsted, installation is weather dependent but will be underway this month. NKT’S export cables are also due to arrive Q1 2018 with VBMS carrying out installation work soon after. The project will feature 174 Siemens' SWT-7.0-154 turbines which are to be installed in 2019. When operational, the 1.2GW wind farm is expected to provide enough energy to supply an excess of one million UK homes.
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Cable progress at nissum bredning

JD-contractor are continuing installation of the 66kV cables at Nissum Bredning with first power expected by the end of the month. The developers stated that they are ‘anxiously waiting for the cables between turbines m2 and m1 to be put in’ and that it will be a ‘big day’ when first power is generated. Commissioning of the 28MW project was originally planned for last October but a late start and strong winds have caused delays. The project is financially backed by the Danish Ministry of Energy to test whether several innovative concepts offer significant construction and operation savings including 66kV cables. A 66kV transmission system as opposed to 33kV allows for greater power to be transported along a smaller crosssectional area and reduces the number of cables, transformers and switches required thereby reducing costs.

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OFFSHORE News

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Vietnam breaks ground on new projects

A ground breaking ceremony for two Vietnamese offshore wind farms is to be held next week as part of an investment promotion event being held in the Bac Lieu province. Government leaders and representatives of central ministries, provinces and cities will attend the ground breaking ceremony for the 142MW Bac Lieu Phase III wind farm followed by a short walk to the ground breaking ceremony for the nearby 30MW Soc Trang project. A main theme of the event is "Raising the Potential - Sustainable Development" and it is hoped that it will attract investment to support economic development for the area. The attendees will also include members of the Government of Thailand as well as businesses, financial investors, research companies and project developers.
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locals opose italian offshore wind farm

The City of Manfredonia have announced that they oppose an application for a state concession for a proposed 165MW offshore wind farm. Trevi Energy SpA applied for the maritime state concession with the Port Authority of Manfredonia last November. The documents relating to the concession application are currently available for inspection and comment until the 6th of February 2018. The City of Manfredonia opposes the project on grounds that it will impact tourism and the local fishing industry. This is the latest of many offshore wind farm proposals along this stretch of coastline, which have suffered significant opposition. The Consiglio dei Ministri rejected previous proposals stating that the turbines would cause sig-nificant visual impact to the coastlines of Manfredonia, Zapponeta and Margherita di Savoia.
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new york looks towards a green future

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has unveiled an agenda to combat climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions and a commitment to advance renewable energy including offshore wind. In 2017, Cuomo set a target of up to 2.4GW of offshore wind by 2030 and has subsequently called for two solicitations in 2018 and 2019 for up to 800MW of offshore wind energy. Cuomo will direct the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority to invest $15m in clean energy workforce development and infrastructure advancement to train workers for jobs in offshore wind construction, installation, operation, maintenance and design. Cuomo is also launching an initiative to deploy 1.5GW of energy storage by 2025 and a commitment of at least $200 million from the NY Green Bank for storage-related investments to help lower costs.
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