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leo-shof
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In NPO Nieuwsuur van 2 juli https://www.npostart.nl/nieuwsuur/02-07 ... ON_1303183
Over de verwijdering van platforms in de Noordzee op 32.30 minuten
Het slechtste wiel van de wagen kraakt het meest . :roll:

LEO


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Joost.R
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Prosafe Announces Delivery of Safe Eurus

Prosafe has today, 4 July 2019, taken delivery of the Safe Eurus,
an advanced and flexible vessel for worldwide operations excluding Norway.
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The Safe Eurus will shortly begin mobilization to Brazil for the commencement of its three-year contract for Petrobras.

Prosafe is a leading owner and operator of semi-submersible accommodation vessels.
The Company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with ticker code PRS.

Source: Prosafe
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https://www.nieuwsbladtransport.nl/

lees het artikel over Allseas
Het slechtste wiel van de wagen kraakt het meest . :roll:

LEO

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Joost.R
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First LNG Bunkering by Coral Fraseri on Maiden Voyage Heerema’s Sleipnir

This week, Heerema’s newest vessel Sleipnir will begin her maiden voyage.
Sleipnir is designed to work on large offshore projects such as installing and removing jackets, topsides, deep-water foundations, moorings and other offshore structures, such as windmills. This unique vessel is the largest crane vessel yet built. It has the strongest pair of revolving cranes and also is the world’s first crane vessel with dual-fuel engines running on MGO and LNG, dramatically reducing harmful emissions.
Sleipnir, the world’s largest and strongest semi-submersible crane vessel (SSCV) was built in Singapore and will set course for Spain. The trip will take about 45 days.
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The last two days bunkering of LNG took place 12 miles off the coast of Indonesia. Since LNG is not yet obtainable worldwide, Heerema is the first to perform an LNG bunkering in this area of the world. Heerema has selected Dutch company Titan LNG to help in this undertaking. Titan LNG has chartered a ship commercially managed by Anthony Veder, also Dutch, thus resulting in a unique Dutch cooperation.

Koos-Jan van Brouwershaven, CEO Heerema: “Not only is Sleipnir the world’s largest and strongest vessel, it is also first of its kind as far as sustainability goes. We are making offshore history. No other vessel has such numerous features. Our LED lights and shore power electricity are only a few examples of Heerema’s ambition in this area. Sustainability is an integral part of HMC's identity, embedded in our daily work practices. But we intend to do far more than that. Sleipnirs’ design clearly showcases Heerema’s dedication to sustainability beyond simply compliance. It shows that we act sustainable because we want to. Not because we have to. This specific project of bunkering LNG is proof of this ambition. We are very pleased to work together with Dutch Company Titan LNG, since it provided us with good solutions for bunkering, in Singapore as well as in Spain. The involvement of a second Dutch company, Anthony Veder, makes this maiden voyage extra special”.

“I’m extremely proud of the Titan team that has successfully completed the largest LNG bunkering in the World”, said Niels den Nijs, CEO Titan LNG. “It was a complex project to supply this eight-legged innovative crane vessel, the Sleipnir.

I’d like to thank Pavilion Gas and SLNG for the support in Singapore and Anthony Veder, our shipping partners, that completed this Dutch-Singaporean project. Titan LNG looks forward to supplying Heerema with more LNG in the future to fulfil our mission of lowering harmful emissions of the marine and industrial sector.”

Jan Valkier, CEO of Anthony Veder says: “We are excited by serving Heerema’s Sleipnir with this LNG bunkering operation, in cooperation with Titan LNG, and look forward to many more. Shortly after adding Coral Fraseri to our fleet we have already mobilized her in the small scale LNG market, which underlines our strong position and commitment in supplying the maritime industry worldwide sustainable solutions for LNG as marine fuel.”

Sleipnir will now set sail for Spain, rounding South Africa’s Cape of Good Hope. In the Mediterranean, Titan LNG will again supply the Sleipnir using the Coral Fraseri that will pass through the Suez Canal.

Source: Heerema
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leo-shof
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Een tussen stop in Algeciras
voor een crew wissel en bunkeren

https://youtu.be/jq5oNifR9wQ
Het slechtste wiel van de wagen kraakt het meest . :roll:

LEO

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Zeer indrukwekkend Leo !.
( Zoals gewoonlijk natuurlijk ).

m.v.g., Roy
Een individu weet meer niet dan wel.
Laat dat a.u.b. zo blijven................

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leo-shof
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Gaan ze nu (6 sep) proberen op het jacket te zetten https://youtu.be/8vhdNZUJLkQ
Het slechtste wiel van de wagen kraakt het meest . :roll:

LEO

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Joost.R
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DEME’s LNG-fueled offshore installation vessel heads for Europe

Belgian dredging specialist DEME said its LNG-fueled offshore installation vessel Orion departed the COSCO Qidong shipyard in China and is heading to Europe.
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The company said in a brief statement through its social media channels that the vessel is heading to Europe for the final construction phase before it heads to its first offshore wind project.
Orion will arrive in Rostock, Germany where it will be equipped with a massive Liebherr crane with a lifting capacity of 5,000 tonnes.

The vessel has dual-fuel engines and can run on liquefied natural gas (LNG), and will have a Green Passport and Clean Design notation.

Source: LNGWorldNews
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Keel laying ceremony for DEME’s first dedicated Service Operation Vessel for offshore wind farm maintenance

To be able to offer the total package of services to the offshore wind industry - from installation to maintenance - DEME is investing in its first Service Operation Vessel (SOV) for wind farm maintenance. Concepted by DEME and further designed in close cooperation with Vuyk Engineering Rotterdam and Marin, this innovative vessel significantly improves safety, comfort and workability for wind farm technicians even in the roughest sea conditions. The keel-laying ceremony took place on December 13 at the CEMRE shipyard in Yalova, Turkey.
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The SOV will feature a Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull (SWATH) design, which ensures low wave impact on movements when approaching the wind turbines, compared to a monohull SOV. The vessel will enable safe crew transfers in significant wave heights of up to 2.5 m, being the first DP2, twin-hulled SOV in the world.

At 60 m long, the SOV will be equipped with a motion compensated gangway and daughter craft to safely transfer technicians to the wind turbines, increasing the workability and logistics capabilities of the vessel. It is also designed according to the latest comfort standards, allowing the vessel to be a homely offshore base for up to 24 technicians and a nautical crew.

Environmental considerations are an important element of the vessel design with, amongst others, a waste heat recovery system and a Clean Design notation. With the provided DP2 technology the vessel can hold its position in rough sea conditions but still operate with lower fuel consumption when compared to traditional SOVs. A reduction of fuel consumption up to 50% can be achieved compared to a monohull SOV.

“We believe the twin-hulled design, a motion compensated gangway and dynamic positioning is a winning combination and will further reduce the costs of wind farm maintenance, especially compared to large monohulls reaching similar workability,” says Michael Glavind, Business Unit Director DEME Offshore. “With this first SOV joining our fleet, we further strengthen our capabilities to offer the full offshore wind package, from installation to maintenance.”
Long-term charter agreement with Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Due for delivery in 2021, the SOV will be chartered by Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy as part of a long-term maintenance contract for the Rentel and Mermaid & Seastar (referred as SeaMade) offshore wind farms in Belgium. This is the first SOV to serve three different wind farm sites.

“We keep innovating in offshore service logistics, this SOV is the next proof point: we are and keep being front movers with this pitstop concept to perform service with one SOV at three windfarms," comments Rene Wigmans, Siemens Gamesa’s Head of Maritime and Aviation Solutions.

Source: DEME
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