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  • Offshore » Bladt assembled Sandbank-jacket
    progress which made it possible to complete the assembly of the jacket foundations for the substation to Sand Bank Offshore Wind Farm located in the North Sea off the German coast On the quay by Bladts facilities in Aalborg the 96 meter tall crane had no problems with raising the two jacket sides each weighing 525 tons When the two sides were standing upright the remaining bracing diagonals and the cable mantle were mounted In the coming weeks all joints are welded together Bladts portion of the project includes the design fabrication and installation EPCI contract of the 1 700 ton jacket four piles of 1 050 tons and a substation with a total weight of 2 350 tons Source Bladt Industries 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18474 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » No new drilling rigs with the Danish flag
    to avoid falling behind and losing jobs it requires an update of the Danish framework conditions in the form of an offshore package says Danish Shipowners Association This means that Denmark is losing many jobs in the offshore sector There is a need for political action because otherwise there will be no new Danish jobs in the area and it will become difficult to maintain the ones we have says Anne H Steffensen managing Director of the Danish Shipowners Association The market for special ships is still under a lot of pressure and Denmark is experiencing fierce competition from countries like Norway the Netherlands Cyprus UK and Singapore In those countries the framework conditions are more competitive than Denmark and newbuildings will seek to where it is most worthwhile The Danish problem occurs because the Danish framework conditions have not kept pace with developments in the offshore area New and more advanced ships cannot be accommodated by the Danish tax rules for shipping which otherwise generally equates Danish shipping companies framework conditions with competitors Among other things it affects the mobile drilling rigs Singapore expanded their tonnage taxation in 2007 and since the enlargement Maersk Drilling has exclusively commissioned new rigs to be registered in Singapore It is because Singapore offers much better framework conditions than the sector in Denmark It is a very real challenge says Anne H Steffensen If drilling rigs will come under the Danish flag it would mean that a number of administrative and technical jobs will be preserved in Denmark Source Danmarks Rederiforening 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18465 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » DONG heading towards initial public offering
    development towards a possible IPO The plan is now ready DONG will continue to strengthen its position as a broad based green energy company in the world based on leading expertise in offshore wind and biomass as well as in the distribution and sale rooted in DONG Energy s Danish home market DONG Energy will conduct a strategic review of the company s Exploration Production business in order to decide how best to position the E P fo the future DONG will in common agreement with the Danish government at the appropriate time and under market conditions aim to sell the company gasdistribution business and oil and gas pipelines which is 100 percent owned by the Danish state to Energinet dk In the publication on Friday of the political agreement for DONG Energy the Danish government confirmed that it will retain a majority stake in DONG Energy after an IPO The Danish government owns 58 8 percent of DONG while funds managed by American Goldman Sachs owns 17 9 percent The company has about 6 500 employees Source DONG Energy Maritime Denmark Front page Copyright Maritime Denmark Breaking News Dong Energy puts Hejre field up for sale Few accidents in

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18456 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Sea Installer ready for inspection
    Fair Danish Sea Installer ready for inspection 19 09 2015 08 00 00 Tweet A2SEA s installation vessel Sea Installer will go through its first inspection after 2 ½ years at sea It takes place in Esbjerg where the ship has raised itself so it is now hovering 20 meters above the sea surface Following the inauguration in 2013 Sea Installer has put up wind turbines in Anholt Offshore Wind Farm and the West of Duddon Sands in the Irish Sea The installation ship is able to carry up to eight 3 6 MW wind turbines at a time Source A2SEA 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 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 finished with Gode Wind 1 2 Vestas seals largest order ever Todays Top 5 New Samsø Ferry is

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18457 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Sweden surpasses Denmark in wind power
    showing that wind power in Sweden has been an increasingly important role for Sweden s electricity supply Today wind power is Sweden s third largest source of energy and thanks to our good natural conditions the potential is enormous says Charlotte Unger man Director of the industry organization Swedish Wind Energy The development of wind energy took off when Denmark in the 1980s became the world leader in wind energy Sweden has started its development of wind energy at a later time but the rapid expansion in recent years has meant that Sweden now has surpassed Denmark in wind power production However in the first half of the year 39 2 percent of the electricity supply in Denmark came from wind energy while wind energy s share of electricity supply in Sweden in the first half of the year only amounted to 12 percent Denmark has set an official target that 50 percent of electricity production in 2020 must come from wind energy A similar goal has not targeted in Sweden Source Svensk Vindenergi 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18449 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » DONG finds seven unexploded bombs
    seabed The bombs will be blown up at another point After approved procedures confirmed unexploded ordnances are marked with buoys They will be safely detonated by specialists when there is consent from the Marine Management Organisation said a spokesman for DONG Energy UK The spokesman reassures that it is standard procedure to investigate the seabed before the construction and installation of a wind farm Race Bank Offshore Wind Farm is located approximately 15 miles from Blakeney Point on the north Norfolk coast Installation starts in 2017 When fully commissioned in 2018 the Race Bank OWF will provide enough electricity to power 400 000 British homes From the beginning of 2017 A2SEA plays a central role in the construction of the 580 MW Race Bank Offshore Wind Farm A2SEA will use the specially built installation vessel Sea Challenger to install the 91 Siemens Wind Power 6MW turbines Source Offshore Wind 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 DONG s Norwegian branch

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18444 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Bluewater organizes offshorefoundations
    have worked with Bilfinger for many years on various projects Therefore we see it as a big pat on the back that Bilfinger wants to continue working with us as a partner on this project says Brian Sørensen Business Development Manager at Blue Waters wind logistics department Each offshore wind turbine foundation consists of a monopile and a Transition Piece adapter EEW SPC in Rostock manufactures the 72 mono piles Siemens 4 MW offshore wind turbines They are 6 4 meters in diameter Bladt Industries has subcontracted the production of the yellow transition pieces Sand Bank Wind Farm is located approximately 90 kilometers west of the island of Sylt and is the second largest offshore wind farm that is being built in partnership between Vattenfall and Stadtwerke München The first shipment of foundations took place in June When the park is completed in 2017 the wind farm will supply more than 400 000 households with green electricity Source Blue Water Shipping 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18443 (2016-05-01)
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  • Offshore » Fewer orders at Siemens Wind Power
    decline in orders in the third quarter of the fiscal year 2014 15 by 65 percent compared with the same period last year The order inflow was 5 2 billion kroner Revenue in the Siemens division for renewable energy fell by 1 percent to 10 6 billion kroner The profit after tax grew by 26 percent to 380 5 million kroner The large decrease in orders compared to last year is due to Siemens receiving a large order worth 11 9 billion kroner in 2013 14 But generally Siemens report a progress in offshore Earlier in July Siemens could also announce a major order for 67 turbines 6 MW for a wind farm in the German North Sea Source Metal Supply 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 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

    Original URL path: http://www.maritimedenmark.dk/?Id=18424 (2016-05-01)
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