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GRS recent s&p fixture - damen twin axe ctv

GRS is happy to announce that another CTV Sale Transaction has successfully been brokered by them. This time the 26m and 12 PAX CTV “GREEN WIND” has found new owners! The GRS team wishes to thank her new owners and sellers for this great cooperation. May the vessel and crew have always fair winds and following seas! Do you also have a demand for a CTV or Workboat? Get in touch with us!
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offshore equipment fixture arranged by grs

This fine XLS WROV (with FAT) has found a new home along with a TMS and LARS. Capable of operating in challenging environments and deep waters the XLS is a well rounded asset which can perform all manners of operations. Should you have a need for a WROV we will guide you throughout the acquisition process. ANY EQUIPMENT ANYTIME! Get in touch with our Equipment Broker:
Alex Negulescue  +49 40 411 60 68 24
E-mail: a.negulescue@grs-offshore.com
Niels Vogt             +49 40 411 60 68 18
E-mail: n.vogt@grs-offshore.com

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Jack Up´s
Starting Day Charter Rate
unpropelled: 37.000 EUR
DP<500t crane: 45.000 EUR
DP>500t crane: 55.000 EUR
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<40 ChrtsPax: 25.000 EUR
>40 ChrtsPax: 35.000 EUR
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Construction Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
DP2<50t gear: 20.000 EUR
DP2>100t gear: 30.000 EUR
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Plattform Supply Vessel (DP2)
Starting Day Charter Rate
Deck< 700 sqm:
Deck> 700 sqm: 
10.000 EUR
15.000 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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Guard Vessel
Starting Day Charter Rate
A-Class:  3.200 EUR
B-Class: 2.700 EUR
C-Class:  2.200 EUR
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CTV (#671)
18,50 m
23 kn

Draft: 1,26 m
Pax : 12

Price: EUR         387.000,-
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TUG (#573)
Built: 2006
LoA: 22,64 m
Speed: 12 kn
3,54 m
38 ts
fixed pitch
Price: USD        2.600.000,-
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DSV (#672)
Built: 1987
LoA: 91,12 m
DWAT: 3,020 ts
Free Deck: 700 sqm
Price: USD 
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Crew supply 

Singapore's Kim Heng Marine & Oilfield (KHMO) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Taiwan-based Hung Hua Construction (HHC) to collaborate on the offshore wind sector. KHMO will provide vessels, tugboats and barges to HHC by way of a charter, sale or joint ownership and operation to be used for the transportation, delivery and installation of offshore wind foundations. The Singapore-based company said it will explore having joint ownership and operation of the vessels to be used for a specified and other upcoming offshore wind projects in Taiwan.Both parties are expected to work towards signing a formal contractual agreement and charter party agreements. The MoU will remain in force for one year, with options for extension. To remind, HHC placed an order with Damen in February for two fast crew supply vessels of the latest FSC 2710 class which will serve the Taiwanese offshore wind market. They will be used to support the Taiwan Power Company.

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wfsv vortisea

The UK-based high-speed craft and aluminium ship builder Wight Shipyard Co Ltd (WSC) is breaking into the wind farm support vessel (WFSV) market with the launch of its new Vortisea brand. The Vortisea brand, designed in collaboration with Australia’s Incat Crowther, is specifically geared towards European and UK wind farms, particularly those further offshore. The WFSV Vortisea vessel has been designed to meet the latest standards in UK, German and Danish-Flag state requirements. The catamaran hull design is constructed from lightweight marine grade aluminium, so it’s an environmentally friendly build resulting in a vessel with low fuel consumption. It is initially available two sizes a 27m and 32m, with beams of 9m and 10m, respectively. The vessel has multiple machinery options (CPP / FPP / Waterjet / IPS), including hybrid. Operating speeds in excess of 30 knots are achievable depending on the machinery package selected.  

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MV Lone

Hamburg-based SAL Heavy Lift has installed a Fly-Jib crane boom extension on MV Lone which will be used on an offshore wind project in Taiwan. The Fly-Jib extends the crane hook to the height of some 70 metres and can be installed to each of the main crane booms of SAL’s Type 183 vessels. With a greater lifting height and further outreach, SAL’s Fly-Jib can meet clients demands when units become ever bigger and where one faces requirements to lift long components vertically – e.g. with offshore wind equipment. This is the challenge SAL faces just now with an offshore piling project. The AIS data shows that MV Lone is currently in Taichung, Taiwan. SAL Heavy Lift’s sister company SAL Engineering has worked with the crane maker TTS-NMF to design and develop a Fly-Jib that can suit a wide array of scopes, hence a dismountable and modular design was conceived. The Fly-Jib is designed to withstand the forces occurring during a sea voyage and can be installed using only the vessels existing cranes.   

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In the US, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) has paused its review of the 130 MW South Fork OWF at the request of developer Deepwater Wind. Deepwater would like to include additional information in the Construction and Operations Plan (COP) to be analysed in BOEM's Environmental Impact Statement. At this time, BOEM does not  anticipate a significant change to the project’s schedule. Meanwhile, New York’s Public Service Commission is planning to hold an informational forum on 11th June, requesting comments on Deepwater's grid link request. Deepwater hopes to construct an approximately 3.5 mile submarine export cable from the territorial waters boundary to East Hampton’s south shore line, and 4.1 miles of 138 kV upland export cable. Based on comments received, the Commission may adopt or reject the proposal in whole or part, and may also modify it.
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The State Office for Agriculture and Environment in Straslund has granted a construction and operation licence for the 103-turbine Gennaker offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea. The award was officially announced on 3rd June 2019, pursuant to section 10.8 of the Federal Emissions Control Act. The permit covers construction and operation of the 103 turbines, with a total rated output of 824 MW and a boosted capacity of 865.2 MW, internal cable-laying, and the construction of two substation platforms. The project, to be located close to Baltic 1, is being developed
by wpd.
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The French government has selected a consortium of EDF, Innogy and Enbridge to build and operate the Dunkirk offshore wind farm. The ~600MW wind farm will be located more than 10km offshore with commercial operations due to start from 2026. The EDF-led consortium was one of ten preselected bidders and successfully outbid other industry heavyweights such as ENGIE, EDPR, E.ON, and Ørsted. EDF's winning bid was strikingly low, at less than €50/MWh. Last week, the French government announced plans to double offshore wind installation targets, following cost reductions seen in the Dunkirk tender. Annual tenders of 1GW are expected to take place until 2028. The increase follows backlash against the Multiannual Energy Program (PPE), published in January, which set an original goal of 5.2GW of offshore wind capacity by 2028. 

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NKT has commissioned a turnkey project for a combined grid solution that connects the national grids of Denmark and Germany via two offshore wind farms, Kriegers Flak and EnBW Baltic 2. ‘Kriegers Flak Combined Grid Solution’ saw the implementation of a 170 kV HVAC cable system which connected the two offshore wind farms. The project was completed according to schedule and on budget. It allows the national grid operators Energinet in Denmark and 50Hertz in Germany to trade electricity via the interconnector power link. The Kriegers Flak Combined Grid Solution has been categorised as a Project of Common Interest (PCI) by the European Commission as it is contributing to the development of the interconnected power grid needed to create a unified energy market in Europe. The project is subsidised by the European Energy  Program for Recovery.
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Energy giant Ørsted commenced operations on Hornsea One, the world’s largest offshore wind farm, on 1st June. The 1.2 GW, 174 turbine project, located 120 km off the Yorkshire Coast, is still under construction. Currently, over 50 turbines are operational. Ørsted justified its unique decision to enter operations prior to completion with reference to the wind farm’s unprecedented size, scale, and distance from the shore. The 32 person-strong first operational team set out from Grimsby, UK, on Friday 31st May. They are part of two teams, which operate in shifts to keep Hornsea One maintained and operated on a 24/7 basis. The project lifetime is 25 years.
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+ The UK Planning Inspectorate has completed examination of Vattenfall’s consent application for the 1.8GW Norfolk Vanguard project and will submit its recommendations to the Secretary of State by 10th September. Presuming consent, Vattenfall envisages starting offshore works from 2023.
+ Vattenfall submitted the consent application to the UK Planning Inspectorate for its 1.8GW Norfolk Boreas offshore wind farm on 11th June. If accepted, a schedule for public consultations will be set and Vattenfall hopes to receive authorisations by the end of 2020.
+ The Crown Estate is progressing with assessment of applications for multiple offshore wind extension projects. According to the Crown Estate, the plan-level Habitat Regulations Assessment (HRA) is underway and should be finalised over the summer. 
The Scottish government granted approval for the 800MW+ Moray West offshore wind farm on 14th June. 
+ Marine Scotland has granted consent to Red Rock Power for a revised design of the 700MW Inch Cape offshore wind farm. 
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The German Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH) is seeking companies to conduct a bird migration survey within potential offshore wind farm area O-1.3 in the Baltic Sea from September-November 2019. The contract includes mounting a radar and optical detector onto a turbine within the Wikinger project (already approved by the wind farm operator) as well as a shipbased range-finder and radar. The data will contribute to BSH’s preliminary investigations to assess suitability of sites within the Baltic for offshore wind development. The deadline for bids is 3rd July.
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Elia will start a market survey in July 2019 to assess five market scopes which are critical to the realisation of its second Modular Offshore Grid connection project (MOGII). The MOGII is being developed to provide new grid infrastructure for the transmission of electricity generated by future offshore wind farms to the onshore grid. The UK government has set a target of 4GW of offshore wind by 2030. The market survey scope covers the platform and cable supply and installation. Companies wishing to participate are invited email Elia before 12th July. 
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Otary is gearing up to commence offshore construction at Belgium’s largest offshore wind project. Installation of the monopile foundations at the 487MW Seamade project is expected to kick off in mid-august. SIF commenced fabrication of the monopiles and transitions pieces earlier this year. The monopiles are 120m long with 11m diameters, and weigh up to 2,000 tonnes. DEME will install the foundations as part of a bumper contract with the developer. DEME is also responsible for the supply and installation of the array cables as well as installation of the turbines. Siemens Gamesa is to supply 58 SG 8.0-167 DD turbines with commercial operations due to start in 2020. The project is owned by a partnership of Otary (70%), Engie Electrabel (17.5%) and Eneco (12.5%).
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