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Meet the shipbrokers at the windenergy in hamburg starting tomorrow

Only 1 day to go!
From 25. - 28. September the Shipbroker Team of Global Renewables Shipbrokers GmbH welcomes our guest on our booth B4.EG.318 at the WindEngergy 2018 in Hamburg. In addition to vessel  chartering and sale & purchase, our shipbrokers are happy to answer any questions on special topics such as turnkey contracting or the latest market developments. 
We look forward to meeting you in Hamburg!

For further information, please visit our webpage:
www.grs-offshore.com/en/


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VesselS FOR charter

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Jack Up´s
Starting Day Charter Rate
unpropelled: 26.000 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: 21.000 EUR
>40 ChrtsPax: 24.000 EUR
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Construction Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
DP2<50t gear: 15.000 EUR
DP2>100t gear: 22.000 EUR
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VesselS FOR SALE

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PSV (#192)
Built:
LoA:
Beam:
2011
88,0 m
19,0 m


DWT: 5.300
PoB: ttl. 24
DP2
Price: USD         7.500.000,-
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Guard Vessel (#614)
Built: 1986
LoA: 35,0 m
Beam: 7,80 m
Class:
PoB:
Speed:
BV
ttl. 21
12 kn
Price: EUR        650.000,-
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DSV (#615)
Built: 2009
LoA: 86,00 m
Class: ABS
DP2
Air/Sat 
PoB:
Price: USD
Dive
ttl. 98
22.000.000
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OFFSHORE VESSELS


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ESVAGT SOV



Esvagt has won two long-term contracts by MHI Vestas to deliver two new service operation vessels (SOVs) for the Borssele III & IV offshore wind project in the Netherlands and Triton Knoll in the UK. The contracts will run for up to 15 years. An option for an additional SOV for servicing the Moray East offshore wind farm in the UK is also included. According to Esvagt, the agreements reinforce the relationship between the two companies, who have collaborated on the Belwind 1 and Nobelwind 1 offshore wind projects in Belgium since 2010. The newly built SOV Esvagt Mercator commenced its charter at the two wind farms in 2017. The new SOVs will feature an 831L design, on which Esvagt is collaborating with Norwegian Havyard. The 70.5m long vessels will be equipped with a compensated walk-to-work gangway and daughter craft, as well as multiple other features, and will have the capacity to accommodate up to 60 persons.


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merkur sov



Norwegian ship designer and shipbuilder Ulstein has cut the first still for a Service Operations Vessel (SOV) ordered by Bernhard Schulte. The SOV yard number 315 is of the SX195 design from Ulstein, and is destined to operate for GE Renewable Energy on the Merkur offshore wind farm in the German North Sea. The vessel is the third SOV to be constructed by Ulstein for Bernhard Schulte and is a longer version of the two previous vessels. She will come equipped with the X-STERN, same as the previous two vessels: Windea La Cour and Windea Leibniz. The new SOV will have a centrally positioned walk-to-work motion compensated gangway and elevator tower for personnel and cargo transfers, as well as a 3D compensated crane, and will provide accommodation for 120 persons.


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Windea four



EMS Maritime Offshore has secured more work for the Nordsee One offshore wind farm in Germany, with the crew transfer vessel (CTV) Windea Four obtaining a charter extension and the recently-christened Windea Six beginning its first deployment. EMS Maritime Offshore signed a charter extension for Windea Four, which has been transporting service technicians and freight to the offshore wind project 40km to the north of the island of Juist since 2016 and will continue the activities until 2026. Windea Six will be used for the transfer of mechanics for maintenance work during the operational phase of the 332MW wind farm, as part of a contract that EMS Maritime Offshore signed with Senvion in November 2017. Built by Strategic Marine, the new 26-meter long CTV was recently christened in Leer and will go into service for a period of at least three years.

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OFFSHORE WINDParks

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sEAGREEN GETS MINISTERS APPROVAL

Scottish Ministers have agreed to remove the 525MW generating limit for the Seagreen Apha and Bravo offshore wind farm sites. Seagreen Wind Energy Limited (SWEL), a 50/50 partnership between SSE and Fluor, applied to vary the original 2014 consents for Seagreen in April 2018. The developer sought to remove the generating limit for each site so as to enable the installation of more powerful turbines and maximise the output to 1.5GW. According to SWEL they are now focused on submitting for further consent variations for an optimized wind farm design to feature fewer (up to 120) and larger wind turbines (up to 15MW). SSE previously stated that these modifications would help make a more competitive Contract for Differ-ence (CfD) bid which is due to take place May 2019. SWEL need to submit this variation soon if hoping to receive a determination by the next CfD round as Scottish Ministers could take up to nine months to review the application.
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NEDO OFFER SUPPORT TO NEW PROJECT

The New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) has announced it will support Hibiki Wind Energy’s 220MW Hibikinada offshore wind farm in Kitakyushu Port, Japan. NEDO will provide financial support from 2018-2020 to the project to aid with the research and design phase relating to environmental surveys, the EIA report, the design of the major wind farm components and layout as well as estimating the project costs and O&M expenses. The project will feature up to 55 4-5MW turbines, with construction due to start in 2022. NEDO was established as a governmental organization to promote the development and introduction of new energy technologies in Japan. NEDO is currently in the final stages of installing its two-bladed floating wind turbine project also off the coast of Kitakyushu Port. The project consists of a SCD 3MW turbine with a semi-submersible platform based upon Ideol's damping pool design. The project is scheduled for commissioning this autumn.
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france receives first offshore wind power 

Floating offshore wind turbine Floatgen, the first offshore wind turbine installed off the French coast, has started delivering electricity to the grid. The connection of the export cable and a final series of tests carried out in recent days enabled the Floatgen wind turbine, which is installed 22 kilometres off Le Croisic, to become fully operational on Tuesday, 18 September. The Floatgen project is a joint venture between Ideol, Bouygues Travaux Publics, Centrale Nantes engineering school, RSK Group, Zabala, the University of Stuttgart, and Fraunhofer IWES. The system consists of a Vestas V80 wind turbine mounted on a square ring-shaped floating foundation, known as the Damping Pool, developed and patented by Ideol and built by Bouygues Travaux Publics. A second unit of the Ideol foundation will soon be operational off Japan.


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OFFSHORE News

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GE 12MW TURBINE GETS THE GREENLIGHT

GE is gearing up to test its innovative Haliade-X 12MW offshore wind turbine at the port of Rotterdam. The mayor and aldermen of the municipality of Rotterdam have announced that they intend to grant an environmental permit for the construction of a turbine and a met mast at Sif’s site in Maasvlakte. The turbine will have a 135m hub height, a 220m rotor diameter and a total height of 245m. The new design also has the option to be optimized to a capacity of 14MW. The company plans on investing $400 million over the next three to five years in development and deployment of the Haliade-X. The draft environmental permit for the Rotterdam site is currently available for inspection until late September. GE is also pursuing permits to deploy another 12MW unit at the port of Cherbourg, France. A public enquiry is underway and is due to close on 22nd September. GE aim to be ready for commercial installation of the Haliade-X 12MW turbine in 2021.
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FRENCH PROJECT
Pick Contract Winners

Louis Dreyfus TravOcean in consortium with Prysmian have secured a turnkey contract worth over €100 million for the supply and installation of over 100km of 33kV array cables for the Saint-Nazaire offshore windfarm. Full commissioning of the windfarm is planned for 2022 provided that the last legal recourse is cleared, which is expected in the coming weeks. Prysmian has also been awarded a further two French contracts valued at €200 million with Eolien Maritime France (EMF) for the design, supply and installation of interarray cables for the Fécamp and Courseulles-sur-Mer offshore wind farms.
Environmental investigations for the Fecamp offshore wind farm are due to start this autumn for a period of two years. According to the developers many firms have replied to the recent tender for monitoring services with regards to megafauna, water quality and sediment, acoustics, shellfish and crustaceanser.
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India hunts FOR GEOTECHNICAL 
experts

India’s National Institute of Wind Energy (NIWE) is seeking a geotechnical investigator to carry out surveys within the Gulf of Khambhat off the coast of Gujarat over a 90 day period. The successful contractor will carry out borehole investigations at the site of the country’s first offshore LiDAR and additional boreholes at two proposed LiDAR locations. In water depths of 10-30m the contractor will also undertake soil investigations to ascertain the nature and properties of the seabed to help inform wind turbine foundation design. NIWE recently announced that 35 companies responded to a request for expressions of interest in developing a 1GW offshore wind farm. Major industry heavy weights responded including Ørsted, E.ON, Equinor and WPD. The competitive tender is expected to take place later this year with a view to project construction commencing in 2021.
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GRS Global Renewables Shipbrokers GmbH – Stadthausbrücke 7 – 20355 Hamburg – Managing Partner: Philippe Schönefeld, Matthias Mroß – Court of Registry: Hamburg – Commercial Registry: HRB 119000 – VAT-ID: DE278136733

T.: +49 40 411 60 68 0 / F.: +49 40 411 60 68 99

E.: info@grs-offshore.com / W.: www.grs-offshore.com