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Servicing wind power plants located far from shore is challenging due to extreme weather conditions and long transit times. That's why a proven logistical offshore setup - capable of accessing turbines in rough offshore conditions - is important to ensure maximized yield. Get an overview on the different vessels and aerial solutions for servicing an offshore wind power plant. https://www.gamesacorp.com/siemensgamesa
GOL (Global Offshore Logistics Ltd) - submerge heavy lift operation Main stars: MODU Songa Mercur (Songa Offshore) HLV HAWK (OHT AS - Ocean Heavy Transport) -- Global Offshore Logistics (GOL) is specialized to organize all aspects of agency and logistics in connection with E&P activities. With extensive experiences, our services aim to provide one-stop solutions to tighten the timeline, reduce risk and maximize cost effectiveness for E&P operators and their suppliers. Global Offshore Logistics supports your offshore project from conception to completion. Different sectors of the Offshore Marine contracting industry operate sophisticated vessels working on advance projects and need tailored Agency and Logistics services which Global Offshore Logistics provides. Global Offshore Logist...
Peterson SBS offers complex logistics solutions to the oil and gas exploration and production industry. Dedicated professionals, who apply the latest in logistics concepts and equipment, are ready to spring into action anywhere in the world, 24/7.
Our international vocation coupled with our innovative and a strongly committed technical team spirit, take us to face successfully logistics projects in the offshore industry.
North Sea Logistics Pivoting Deck Vessel shortlisted in the Carbon Trust Offshore Wind Accelerator Access Competition For more information on the Carbon Trust's work in offshore wind, see http://www.carbontrust.com/our-clients/o/offshore-wind-accelerator
Messing up on a platform crane
With an extensive experience of more than 50 years, Zwagerman Offshore Services provides equipment and management for the offshore industry, ports and construction companies. The company offers a wide range of cranes, such as lattice and telescopic crawler cranes, mobile port handling cranes and floating (offshore) cranes. ZWAGERMAN OFFSHORE SERVICES Your heavy lift partner! www.zwagerman.com CONQUEST OFFSHORE is a Dutch company, which operates a 1400 ton crane barge internationally and specializes in construction and installation work (offshore, near shore, and inland), salvage and decommissioning. www.conquestoffshore.com https://www.linkedin.com/company/conquest-offshore?trk=biz-companies-cym ROTTERDAM OFFSHORE GROUP provides services (24/7) to the maritime and offshore indust...
Offshore life is having lot of challenge like a rough sea. you can imagine what happens when a ship is in bad Strome.
Port of Blyth is fast becoming one of the UK's leading offshore energy supply bases, with leading companies from across the sector utilising a wide range of services provided by the port for the offshore and renewable energy sectors.
Offshore Solutions, based in New Plymouth, New Zealand, is a one-stop-shop for all your marine and logistics service requirements. Services include Vessels, Marine Services, including terminal operations, FPSO support, marine pilotage and cargo surveying, ROV and Surveying services, and Logistics, offering specialised offshore transportation containers and baskets, stevedoring and supply chain management.
See the start of the building of a major off-shore wind logistics hub in Belfast Harbour to be used by DONG Energy -- a world leader in offshore wind farms. It represents an investment of £50 million and will have a 480 metre quay backed up by a 50 acre hinterland. Visit http://www.windenergynetwork.co.uk for more information.
Transfer from Siemens SWT-6.0-154 Wind Turbine at the DONG Energy Westermost Rough Project. Aviation services provided by Uni-Fly A/S. January 16th, 2015 The pickup is a rare type where the pilot must direct the helicopter nose first towards the turbine. Typically turbine will be turned 90 degrees to the wind so that the pilot can direct the helicopter with the door and winch along the side facing the turbine. A loss of power prevented turning this turbine. Furthermore, to prevent the brakes from remaining set for a long period of time the rotor was left in idling mode when the helicopter arrived. As the blades pass in the wind stream ahead of the helicopter, turbulence makes the job of keeping the helicopter steady even more difficult. General info: Sea conditions prohibited transfe...
Sea Hawk Marine Logistics LLC (a Division of the Norton Lilly International Company) specialty offshore and projects division, were cargo agents for Mississippi River Barges heading down to South America. Cargo was loaded in the Mississippi River near AHP 135 by Laplace, Louisiana. Project Logistics
"Future Ship, Offshore and Nautical Research: Bridging the Gap Between Design and Operations" Developing safe, smart and clean ships, offshore structures and ports is the challenge of the maritime industry. What sort of trends do we foresee in transport over sea, naval ships, offshore energy and nautical port design? Is it really possible to develop zero emission ships? Is offshore renewable energy going to be an alternative for offshore oil and gas? Do floating ports and cities help in times of sea level rise and overpopulation? Research should be focused on supporting this challenge. What should be our focus in this research? What interesting physics need to be studied? What will be the tools of the future? What is the role of the human factor in this? Based on his extensive experience i...
South China Sea oil and gas platform
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Moderator: Mr. Dan Tindall, Consultant – Clyde & Co. Panelists: Mr. Joep Gorgels, Country Executive Norway, Regional Head Scandinavia ECT Energy & Transportation – ABN AMRO Bank Mr. Michael Parker, Industry Head, Global Shipping & Logistics and Chairman, EMEA Corporate Banking – Citi Mr. Christos Tsakonas, Head of Global Shipping – DNB Mr. Michiel Steeman, Managing Director – DVB Bank Mr. Bill Guo, Executive Director, Shipping – ICBC Leasing
Moderator: Mr. Christian Wetherbee, Director – Citi Panelists: Mr. Howard Finkel, Executive Vice President – COSCO Shipping Lines (North America) Inc. Mr. Tasos Aslidis, CFO – Euroseas (NASDAQ:ESEA) Mr. Cao Deambrosio, Managing Director – Seamax Capital Management Mr. Peter S. Shaerf, Deputy Chair – Seaspan Corporation (NYSE:SSW)
Iain Entwhistle of Siemans, speaking at HIE's offshore wind supply chain event
India is ranked 5th globally in terms of installed wind capacity. During 2015, it installed 2.62 GW - bringing the total to over 25 GW. Indian wind installations accounted for a 5.8 percent share of the global market in 2015. Among renewables, wind power accounted for almost two-thirds of the installed capacity. Wind power capacity accounted for over 8.7 percent of the total installed capacity in the country. India was also among the top 10 investing countries in renewable energy, with its commitments rising to USD 10.2 billion (EUR 8.9bn) Official projections for 2022 are to see a total installed capacity of 60 GW of wind power in India. Recently India published the offshore wind policy. We closely support the central government and the States to facilitate the advent of an offshore win...
When Chinese naval supply vessel Qiandaohu entered Australia’s Albany Port this month to replenish Chinese warships helping search for a missing Malaysian airliner, it highlighted a strategic headache for Beijing – its lack of offshore bases and friendly ports to call on. China’s deployment for the search – 18 warships, smaller coastguard vessels, a civilian cargo ship and an Antarctic icebreaker – has stretched the supply lines and logistics of its rapidly expanding navy, Chinese analysts and regional military attaches say. China’s naval planners know they will have to fill this strategic gap to meet Beijing’s desire for a fully operational blue-water navy by 2050 – especially if access around Southeast Asia or beyond is needed in times of tension. China is determined to eventually challe...
This video was created for Penn State's EBF 301: Global Finance for the Earth, Energy, and Materials Industries, (https://www.e-education.psu.edu/ebf301/), with the assistance of Tom Seng and the John A. Dutton e-Education Institute (https://www.e-education.psu.edu/).
Panel: Industry Challenges and the Road Map Ahead Panel Moderator: Mr. Clay Maitland, Managing Partner – International Registries; Founder – NAMEPA; and Chairman – NYMAR Panelists: Mr. John O'Kelly-Lynch, Chairman – Bermuda Shipping and Maritime Authority Mr. Mark O'Neil, President - Columbia Shipmanagement Mr. Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen, CEO - DNV GL - Maritime Mr. Frederick J. Kenney, Director of Legal and External Affairs – International Maritime Organization (IMO)
Farrans Construction was the main contractor for the construction of the D1 Offshore Wind Turbine Logistics Facility - providing 50 acres of storage on reclaimed land in Belfast Harbour. The facility includes a 500m long deep-water quay that allows up to three purpose-built heavy-lift jack-up vessels to berth simultaneously.
In spite of big changes in the way the world does business, UK shipping is still one of the most important contributors to our economy. The first part of “A Maritime Nation” programme, presented by Natasha Kaplinsky, introduces us to the heritage, pride and challenges of our maritime industry. Produced in partnership with ITN Productions
In February the Carbon Trust, in association with the BWEA, held a lively debate on this subject and provided an opportunity for industry stakeholders, trade bodes, NGOs and senior representatives from the offshore wind and energy sectors to come together to explore the potential and challenges for industry in the UK. Find out more on the Carbon Trust's work in offshore wind at http://www.carbontrust.com/our-clients/o/offshore-wind-accelerator
The world of marine cargo logistics is very vast. With advancements, cargo movement on sea has become most cost effective, efficient and safe. Larger and larger vessels are bringing down the cost of moving cargo among continents. However the vessel sizes are limited by widths of man made and natural arterial seaways. For an international trader a basic knowledge of the kinds of vessels which are available in international water is a must. This video gives a simplistic account of the nature and kinds of marine cargo vessels available to an international trader.