Recent turbulence has left the German market a mixed bag. But with the first major project completed, the market is quickly becoming more positive.
Are big investments in safety just part of doing business in offshore wind – or are companies who prioritise investments better positioned to succeed?
Get deck layout right and projects can run smoothly. Get it wrong and it can waste time and money.
The offshore wind industry is facing two must-win battles. We need to reduce the cost of electricity from offshore wind turbines; and we need to improve our health and safety performance.
SEA INSTALLER’s much anticipated sister vessel, SEA CHALLENGER, arrived in Denmark.
Getting safety right takes sharp focus, meticulous planning and a carefully coordinated effort from everyone involved. And that’s where A2SEA’s Safety Supplier Days make a real difference.
Keld Kristensen takes on the role of superintendent for A2SEA’s four SWATH vessels.
CT Offshore took on a new strategic focus in 2013 with its sales side set to address the spot market.
What’s the No. 1 driver behind choosing marine safety equipment for A2SEA’s vessels?
RenewableUK updates health and safety guidelines for the offshore wind and marine energy industries.
CT Offshore wins a contract to install and bury no fewer than 97 cables at Gode Wind 1 and 2.
CT Offshore’s team at West of Duddon Sands Wind Farm can proudly claim a new record.