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Tractebel strengthens its position in offshore wind engineering with the acquisition of Overdick. Tractebel announces the acquisition of Overdick, through its subsidiary Lahmeyer International. Overdick is a company specialised in offshore engineering, based in Hamburg, Germany. This acquisition is a perfect strategic fit for Tractebel, one of the world’s largest
TenneT has selected the Van Oord Offshore Wind Projects / Hellenic Cables consortium to supply and install 220 kV subsea and onshore cables for TenneT’s Hollandse Kust (zuid) Alpha project, an offshore wind farm zone being developed in the North Sea. The cables will have a total capacity of 700
The Port has welcomed another major engineering group to its offshore energy support base as the Reece Group’s Responsive Engineering have set up a new fabrication facility at the Port to cater for the growing offshore energy sector. A new division at Responsive Engineering called Rapid Manufacturing Services, which will focus on
APEM’s digital aerial surveys have finished gathering detailed data on marine wildlife for a major wind farm off the coast of Scotland. Moray East Offshore wind farm will lie round 22 km off the coast of Caithness in the Moray Firth. Thousands of ultra-high resolution images have been captured over
Six months after the Edda Passat Service Operations Vessel (SOV) first arrived in Grimsby, its sister vessel, the Edda Mistral, arrives at the Royal Dock. Although primarily intended for use during the operations phase of Hornsea Project One, the project team seized the opportunity to maximise its use and brought
The independent service provider Deutsche Windtechnik and the international infrastructure fund manager DIF are further expanding their years of cooperation. From 2019, Deutsche Windtechnik will be responsible for the maintenance of 25 Enercon wind turbines in four wind farms for the first time: Büren with 10x E-70, Masterhausen with 7x E-70,