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roy
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Als er één Kombuizer is die weet dat ik deze aangezicht hulpmiddelen niet nodig heb, ben jij het wel Leo !!!. :mrgreen:

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


Jancorjoh
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Nog een filmpje van de Orion 1.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okVbJR8rVWs

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Joost.R
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Locatie: Noord-Brabant.

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Important milestone Bokalift 2 crane vessel conversion

Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. (Boskalis) announced earlier today (May18) an important milestone in the conversion project of its new crane vessel Bokalift 2. Yesterday, a steel cutting ceremony took place at the shipyard Drydocks World in Dubai. This milestone marks the beginning of an important new phase in the modification of the vessel’s hull and deck.
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The conversion scope includes the fabrication and installation of 9,000 tons of steel blocks on both sides of the vessel to increase the stability of the vessel and the installation of a new work deck. A 4,000 ton crane will be installed on the vessel in 2021. This revolving crane will be capable of lifting structures more than 100 meters high.

Peter Berdowski, CEO of Boskalis: “This steel cutting ceremony marks an important step for Boskalis and the conversion of the Bokalift 2. The huge deck space combined with the large crane make the Bokalift 2 an extremely versatile asset and valuable addition to the Boskalis fleet. We look forward to putting this unique crane vessel to work on its maiden offshore wind project in Taiwan. Yesterday’s milestone is especially commendable in view of the challenging times that we are all currently experiencing.”
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The Bokalift 2 will be deployed for the first time at the Changfang and Xidao offshore wind farm (CFXD OWF) project in Taiwan, owned by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) and two Taiwanese life insurance companies. The project includes the transportation and installation of 62 three-legged jacket foundations and the accompanying 186 pin piles

Source: Boskalis
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AFORTUNADA 1981 Half afzinkbaar booreiland
Jarenlang het 'vlaggenschip' van de boor vloot van Neddrill Rotterdam geweest.
Het 40 jaar oude eiland schijnt verkocht te zijn voor de sloop
Al sinds 2009 eigendom van Borr Drilling ligt het momenteel nog opgelegd in Schotland in de Moray Firth
1980 - AFORTUNADA
1981 - SKAU SHORE
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1985 - NEDDRILL 6
1997 - NOBLE TON VAN LANGEVELD
2009 - PARAGON MSS1

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Joost.R
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Pioneering Spirit removes third platform from Brent field

The single-lift removal of 17,000-t topsides took less than 4 hours
First offshore lift to utilise specially developed “horseshoes”
Allseas’ heavy lift vessel Pioneering Spirit has completed its first decommissioning job of this summer, the single-lift removal of Shell U.K. Limited’s Brent Alpha platform from the North Sea.
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Several years of planning and 15 months of offshore preparation, including strengthening and cutting the steel jacket’s six legs, culminated in the 9-second “fast lift” of the 17,000-t topsides in the evening of 21 June 2020.
Pioneering Spirit will now deliver the 44-year old structure to Able UK Limited’s Teesside decommissioning yard in North East England for dismantling and recycling.
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Brent Alpha is the third of four platforms, after Delta (2017) and Bravo (2019), to be decommissioned and removed from the Brent oil and gas field. For all four jobs, Shell UK Limited selected Pioneering Spirit. Production from the field continues through Brent Charlie, with Pioneering Spirit booked to remove the 34,000-t topsides when the platform finally ceases production.
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Located 186 km off the northeast coast of the Shetland Islands, Brent Alpha comprised a topsides structure supported by a steel six-legged jacket standing in 140 m of water. Like Delta and Bravo, the Alpha topsides features multiple decks with living quarters, power generation, process systems, drilling derrick, flare stack and other platform facilities.
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The removal of Brent Alpha is the first offshore lift to utilise specially developed “horseshoes”: connection tools that clamp around pre-installed lift points called bearing brackets mounted on the upper sections of the steel jacket’s legs.
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The Brent Alpha topsides removal project involves engineering, preparation, removal and disposal of the 94 m tall, 52 m wide structure. As with the two previous Brent jobs, Pioneering Spirit will transport the Alpha topsides to a nearshore location off the Hartlepool coastline, where it will be transferred to Allseas’ cargo barge Iron Lady for the final leg of its journey by towage up the Seaton Channel and load-in to the quay at Able UK.
This summer, Pioneering Spirit will remove and transport more than 55,000 t of decommissioned platform infrastructure from UK and Danish fields to disposal/recycling yards around the North Sea.

Source: Allseas
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Joost.R
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Turbine installation kicked off at SeaMade, Belgium’s largest offshore wind farm

DEME Offshore has installed the first turbine at the SeaMade offshore wind farm in the Belgian North Sea. With a 487 MW capacity, SeaMade is the largest offshore wind farm in Belgium.
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Offshore construction of the SeaMade wind farm started in September 2019, with the last foundation installed in January 2020 and in the meantime connected by the subsea cables. DEME’s DP2 offshore installation vessel ‘Apollo’ will now install 58 Siemens Gamesa 8.4 MW turbines on the monopile foundations.

‘Apollo’ loaded the first wind turbine components at the Renewable Energy Base Ostend (REBO), which is used as the marshalling harbour for the pre-assembly of the 58 turbines. From Ostend, ‘Apollo’ will transport the tower elements, nacelles and blades, with a total weight of 1,000 tonnes each, for installation at the SeaMade site which is about 45 km off the Belgian coast.
‘Apollo’ features an 800-tonne, leg-encircling crane and an unobstructed, spacious 2,000 m² deck with a load carrying capacity of 15 t/m².
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Michael Glavind, Business Unit Director DEME Offshore: “After the successful installation of the foundations, offshore substations and subsea cables, the start of the turbine installation campaign brings us another step closer to the production of green energy. This is also the first turbine installation project for our offshore installation vessel ‘Apollo’, which has just completed a challenging foundation piling project in Scotland. This vessel’s ability to multitask highlights the versatility of our fleet and our ability to handle all aspects of the most complex offshore wind farms.”

Mathias Verkest, CEO SeaMade and Otary: “I am proud to have reached the final stage of our SeaMade construction activities. The offshore installation of 58 8.4 MW wind turbine generators in both concession areas will turn SeaMade into the largest wind farm in the Belgian North Sea. SeaMade and Rentel will soon have a combined operational capacity of about 800 MW. Otary will enter into this final installation phase with great expertise, knowledge and focus. The past few months have been challenging given the spread of COVID-19 but I can only be grateful for what has been achieved by this strong team. Together with all contractors, subcontractors and partners involved we will continue working in the upcoming months with great dedication and perseverance to deliver SeaMade safely within time and budget. It must be highlighted that the combined Otary projects are a major contributor to Belgium’s ongoing climate goals and efforts, contributing more than 1/3rd of the overall offshore production capacity which covers half of the 2020 renewable energy targets."

By the end of 2020, SeaMade will be operational with a capacity of 487 megawatts providing green energy for 485.000 households.

Source: DEME
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Joost.R
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OOS International joins a global decommissioning services consortium

A global decommissioning services consortium has substantially strengthened its capabilities with the addition of a specialist heavy lift vessel-owner operator, OOS International.
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Dutch offshore services provider OOS International joins the already successful consortium, alongside industry leaders Lloyd’s Register and Worley, providing operators with fully managed end-to-end decommissioning, from late life through to post removal monitoring.

By pooling their considerable experience, global footprint and now heavy lift capabilities, the consortium has added further weight to its proven ability to reduce operators’ decommissioning burden, risk and cost, all through a single interface.

There’s still big business in offshore decommissioning but it carries risks

An estimated £67 billion is expected to be spent on decommissioning globally over the next decade (Wood Mackenzie), with approximately £14 billion in potential decommissioning commitments over the next five years across Northwest Europe alone (source: Rystad Energy ServiceCube), costs which industry and the regulator have pledged to reduce.

Decommissioning, for many, remains an uncertain cost burden, potentially even more so in the current climate.” says Julie Copland, LR’s Decommissioning lead. “What is certain is that, with our combined expertise, unique ability to take well operatorship and duty holdership, and now ready access to heavy lift assets, our consortium can help operators across the North Sea, Gulf of Mexico and Asia Pacific reduce the risk and cost of decommissioning whilst safeguarding their reputation.”

De-risking removal and disposal for operators

OOS’ fleet comprises of stable and dynamic semisubmersible dual crane vessels, the OOS Serooskerke and the OOS Walcheren, each have an accommodation capacity of 750 POB and a lifting capacity of 4,400 tons in waters up to 3,000 meters depth. In addition, the TBB OOS Zeelandia is equipped with two cranes with an impressive lifting capacity of 12,500T per crane.

Aligning assurance, project management, and safe, fit-for-purpose removal and disposal can make decommissioning daunting,” says Léon Overdulve CEO, OOS. “We already provide full turnkey decommissioning services. Now, as part of the consortium, we can provide economies of scale, reduce duplication of effort, adopt campaign approaches and enable schedule flexibility, further reducing cost uncertainty and scope for operators.”

John Cox, Global Decommissioning Lead, Worley [Intecsea], says: “As a consortium, we have completed successive offshore decommissioning projects, globally, from the Middle East and Asia Pacific to North America. We’ve supported operators and regulators with decommissioning and plugging and abandonment plans and guidelines, abandonment liability and expenditure evaluations. We’re actively involved in a number of full work scope provision projects. Operators see the value of our combined expertise across the full decommissioning lifecycle, because it works.”

Source: OOS International
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Sleipnir to Install Dana Petroleum's P11-Unity platform

Last week, Heerema Marine Contractors were awarded a contract from HSM Offshore for the transportation and installation of Dana Petroleum's P11-Unity platform
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The platform will support two production wells and associated utility and control systems in the Dutch North Sea.
Heerema will execute the project using Sleipnir, the world's largest and most sustainable SSCV. The P11-Unity platform weighs ca. 400 tons, making it one of the world's smallest due to its back-to-basics design. Heerema is happy to have the opportunity to demonstrate that Sleipnir is the vessel of choice for both the largest and the smallest of lifts.
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The platform will be installed later this year following Sleipnir's busy summer campaign throughout the North Sea. With just months to prepare, Heerema is looking forward to a quick turnaround on this project.
"We are excited to work with our clients to safely and sustainably install this platform."

Source: Heerema
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SCWE Reaches Final Investment Decision And Orders Pioneering Offshore Wind Installation Vessel “Green Jade”

Following the signing of the early works agreement in April 2020, CSBC-DEME Wind Engineering (CDWE) has now taken the Final Investment Decision (FID) for the construction of ‘Green Jade’, which is the first floating DP3 heavy lift and installation vessel to be built in Taiwan
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‘Green Jade’ will feature an exceptional combination of high transport and load capacity, impressive lifting heights and green technology. The new vessel will be built at CSBC in Kaohsiung and is set to be delivered in 2022.

CDWE, Taiwan’s first offshore wind EPCI contractor, was established at the end of 2018 by CSBC, the largest shipbuilder in Taiwan, and DEME Offshore. ‘Green Jade’ highlights CDWE’s ambitions to further support development of the offshore wind industry in Taiwan and the wider Asia Pacific region. With the vessel being built at CSBC shipyard in Kaohsiung and by operating under the Taiwanese flag, CDWE has shown its 100% commitment to maximising localisation content to enable it to fully support the flourishing offshore wind industry.

Mega monopiles and jackets
With its 4,000-tonne crane capacity and DP3 capability, the vessel is perfectly equipped to serve the renewables market. This unique asset will enable CDWE and its customers to transport a multitude of the heaviest monopiles, jackets, wind turbine components and structures in a single shipment. With this exceptional combination of high load and lifting capacity, ‘Green Jade’ can transport and install the next generation of foundations and giant multi-megawatt wind turbines in the most cost-effective way.

‘Green Jade’ will be deployed for both the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project and at Zhong Neng for Zhong Neng Wind Power Corporation Preparatory Office. CDWE signed Taiwan’s first comprehensive, large-scale Balance of Plant Preferred Supplier Agreement with Hai Long Offshore Wind Project in October 2019 and for Zhong Neng, the contracts comprise the transportation and installation of foundations, as well as a Preferred Bidder Agreement for the transportation and installation of the wind turbines.

Taiwan-built and Taiwan flagged
Robert Tseng, CDWE Chairman comments: “With ‘Green Jade’ we will be uniquely positioned to meet the future requirements of our customers and the trend towards larger capacity turbines and bigger wind farm projects, which deliver energy at lower costs. ‘Green Jade’ will be capable of installing mega monopiles and jacket structures at greater water depths. With DP3 technology this special offshore installation vessel can continue operations under the most challenging conditions.”

Source: DEME
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Suriname - here we come!
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