As the largest player in installation and market leader for over a decade, A2SEA has begun leading the way toward a new level of industry achievement – starting with ourselves. Seven leadership principles will strengthen our ability to move forward.
A2SEA’s Fit for Future programme calls for increased focus on HSEQ performance. We’re introducing the concept of decentralisation – a powerful driver for complete HSEQ integration in the company.
What does it take for offshore outsiders to achieve success in the APAC offshore wind business? What are the opportunities and potential pitfalls?
80 percent of China’s electricity generation in 2050 can be met by renewable sources if appropriate policies and measures are taken.
Weather can disrupt the best-laid plans of even the most experienced contractor.
Construction is to at the site of the first offshore wind farms to enable electricity trading between countries.
Expect to see a rush of new larger turbines being hinted at, announced, tested or put into production in 2014.
Blades are typically pre-assembled into a single rotor component before being loaded onto a vessel and sailed out to their final destination.
SEA CHALLENGER began her journey from the Qidong shipyard in China to Denmark at the end of March.
A2SEA will start installing 97 Siemens 6 MW, 154m-rotor turbines in the North Sea in 2015.
Heavy lift supervisor Gaynor Horner has been lifting around the world for the past 20 years, including lengthy periods in Oman, Dubai, and the North Sea.
The closer people get, the further they will go to help each other when it’s needed.