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  • Offshore » CT Offshore finished with Gode Wind 1+2
    107 1100 buried all cables successfully The cable installation was completed with the help of good cooperation with the entire project team including our customer DONG Energy Gode Wind is the largest project to date for CT Offshore and it is a great achievement that our project team and off shore crew have now completed the installation of the 97 inter array cables We can all be very happy says Jens Frederik Hansen chairman of CT Offshore The new trencher ROV has an operation depth of 100 meters but with the opportunity to work down to 1 500 meters This means that the trencher ROV can also be used for various other tasks besides the inter array cables in wind farms Gode Wind 2 1 are Germany s largest offshore wind farm to date with a capacity of 582 MW When fully commissioned it will provide green energy to approximately 600 000 German households Source CT Offshore Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in the Danish oil industry Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines Turbulent 2015 for Lindø Industrial Park 16 new licenses distributed in the

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18592 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Vestas seals largest order ever
    6 MW for six wind power plants in Norway with a total capacity of 1 001 MW Fosen Vind DA a joint venture between Statkraft Trønderenergi and the investor consortium Nordic Windpower DA is the buyer Fosen Vind includes the wind power plants Harbaksfjellet Roan Storheia Kvenndalsfjellet Geitfjellet and Hitra 2 in Trondheim Norway The contract includes supply installation and commissioning of the turbines as well as a two year customized full scope service contract followed by a 20 year service and support agreement Delivery of the first turbines is scheduled for the second quarter of 2018 with the commissioning of the final wind farm expected in the fourth quarter of 2020 The turbines involved in the project are designed for use in offshore wind farms but can also be used in coastal areas where wind conditions are largely similar to sea conditions as is the case with the Norwegian project Source Vestas Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in the Danish oil industry Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines Turbulent 2015 for Lindø Industrial Park 16 new licenses distributed in the North Sea Cutbacks in

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18586 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Gode Wind 2 produces first electricity
    consumption It is a major milestone that we have started to produce electricity and I am glad that our wind farm Gode Wind 2 can significantly contribute to the German energy transition says Trine Borum Bojsen Country Manager at DONG Energy and who is responsible for offshore wind power in Germany The installation work at sea for the construction of the Gode Wind 2 project began in April 2015 In order to achieve as many synergies as possible while reducing costs DONG Energy has built Gode Wind 2 together with the wind farm Gode Wind 1 Gode Wind 1 and Gode Wind 2 has a total capacity of 582 MW which is enough to supply electricity to about 600 000 households DONG Energy owns 50 percent of the Gode Wind 2 while the remaining 50 percent is owned by a consortium of four Danish pension funds PKA Industriens Pension Lærernes Pensionskasse and Lægernes Pensionskasse Source DONG Energy Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in the Danish oil industry Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines Turbulent 2015 for Lindø Industrial Park 16 new licenses distributed in the

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18584 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Danish shipping boss accused of corruption
    DS Progress where the Danish boss worked and the Norwegian company JJ Ugland DS Progress went in receivership and the ship was taken over by J Lauritzen where the Dane also came to work from 2004 to 2010 The Dane allegedly held a number of meetings with a former head of Petrobras and an oil consultant Both are also charged in the case The former head of Petrobras has reportedly confessed that he received monthly bribes for seven years According to the oil consultant the Dane knew of the payments to the head of Petrobras and the Dane also took part in the decision to make the payments Authorities believe that the Dane also received some of these overpayments after the shuttle tanker began its task for Petrobras It is not the first time that a Danish company has been mentioned in connection with a corruption case which deals with Petrobras Thus A P Møller Maersk has also been mentioned in another corruption case Source Dagbladet Børsen Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in the Danish oil industry Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines Turbulent 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18561 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Danish oil production has halved in 10 years
    produced much of the expected recoverable oil The aging fields require more maintenance of wells pipelines and platforms This often means lost or delayed production 9 6 million m3 of oil was produced in 2014 from the Danish North Sea fields a decrease of six percent from 2013 The slight fall in oil production compared to recent years is due to the development of the South Arne field with a northern platform new wells 2014 and the renovation of older wells The total gas production was 4 5 billion Nm3 in 2014 Of this 3 8 billion Nm3 of gas was sent to land as sales gas a decrease of 4 2 percent compared to 2013 The decline is partly due to unplanned shutdowns at Tyra which specifically affected the gas produced Overall a total of 11 companies had a share in the production of oil and gas from the Danish fields in 2014 DUC has the largest party with 85 percent of oil production and 95 percent of gas exports Read The Danish Energy Agency s report on Denmark s oil and gas production in 2014 HERE Source Energistyrelsen Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18556 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Siemens Wind Power closes in Lindø
    be fired It is next to the North Sea where we can make our large turbines and put them directly on ships so we can go out and erect them says press officer of Siemens Rasmus Winfeldt to DR Fyn Siemens moved into Lindø Industrial Park four years ago to make room to produce and ship the parts to their largest offshore wind turbines The production of other parts that takes place in Brande is also moved to Cuxhaven when the factory there is finished in 2018 so the whole production process can be done in one place The director of Lindø Industrial Park Carsten Aa called the decision sad but does not see it as a disaster even if one has staked much on bringing together companies within the wind industry Vestas and Bladt Industries have both production in the industrial park and LORC has established a new large test center Source DR Fyn Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in the Danish oil industry Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines Turbulent 2015 for Lindø Industrial Park 16 new licenses distributed in the North Sea

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18555 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Residential rig en route to Hirtshals
    which for some time has been in Esbjerg is currently being towed along the west coast to Hirtshals and will be arriving tomorrow The rig Atlantic Esbjerg will undergo a major overhaul work that is expected to provide jobs for 20 30 people in the Hirtshals area We have chosen to use local forces to review and upgrade the rig which is expected to be in Hirtshals for the next six months says Director Chris Durhuus Safe Ocean Service SOS in Hirtshals to Maritime Denmark The rig belongs is a smaller type of rig measuring about 60 meters in diameter Safe Ocean Service has the main contractor for the job Multraship and German Bugsier in Hamburg are responsible for the tow Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in the Danish oil industry Power from Horns Rev 3 wind turbines Turbulent 2015 for Lindø Industrial Park 16 new licenses distributed in the North Sea Cutbacks in DONG s Norwegian branch DONG abandons large project at Hejre field MHI Vestas doubles in Esbjerg Harbour Lack of money slows down wave energy A good year for safety in Maersk Drilling CT Offshore

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18552 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Semco Maritime wins large Maersk order
    President Lars Skov Christensen is very pleased with the order for Maersk Guardian which is strategically important in a market under pressure It is very encouraging that an internationally respected operator such as Maersk Drilling chooses us That confirms that our strategy is competitive in a challenged rig market Lars Skov Christensen to a large extent ascribes the win to Semco Maritime s shipyard in a box concept Our shipyard in a box concept is a figurative concept of flexibility which allows us to swiftly relocate our rig engineers to where the work is We can move out in a matter of a few hours or days depending on the type of the assignment or the geographical location of where we are going The concept simultaneously minimizes our fixed costs without compromising quality Lars Skov Christensen states Maersk Guardian is currently located in Frederikshavn where the rig will be situated during the entire refurbishing period The largest part of the Semco order construction of the new accommodation blocks is performed in Gdansk in Poland The entire accommodation block unit is then sailed to Frederikshavn and installed on the rig Vice President and main responsible for the project Nikolaj Vejlgaard explains We have never constructed an accommodation block this size before The sheer size makes it impossible for us to perform the work at our own facilities in Esbjerg and we have therefore placed the assignment with our skilled collaboration partners in Poland said Nikolaj Vejlgaard The 142 room accommodation block weighs 560 ton and is set to arrive at Frederikshavn in August with subsequent final installation of the entire block a couple of weeks later Maersk Guardian has a leg length of 157 meters and was constructed in Japan in 1986 It is designed for all year operation in the

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18543 (2016-05-01)
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