ABSG - ADVANCED ENGINEERING

Professional
  • 16855 Northchase Dr.
  • Houston, TX
  • 77060
PUBLIC PROFILE

Largest wind turbine vessel may boost intl cooperation in South China Sea

Posted by Charles Decuir on October 30, 2017 1:50 PM EDT
Charles Decuir photo

China's largest wind turbine installation vessel, the "Longyuan Zhenhua 3", could boost international cooperation in the South China Sea, experts said Sunday. 

The vessel, which went into trial service on Sunday in Nantong, East China's Jiangsu Province, has a lifting capacity of 2,000 tons, making it the largest of this kind in the world, currently, news site people.cn reported. 

http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1072548.shtml

There are no comments

Sign in to add your comment.

Recent Posts

The Haliade-X Is The World’s Largest Offshore Turbine Being Developed In The UK
GE Renewable Energy unveiled its plans last month to build the world’s largest, most powerful...
read more
Community college district opens technical education facility in Tustin, Calif.,
The South Orange County (Calif.) Community College District has dedicated the first building at its...
read more
New €2m marine robot to safeguard Ireland’s offshore energy infrastructure
To maintain Ireland’s growing offshore renewable energy network, a new €2m robot has been launched...
read more
How Windmills as Wide as Jumbo Jets Are Making Clean Energy Mainstream
At the northern end of Denmark’s Jutland peninsula, the wind blows so hard that rows of trees grow...
read more
Reaping the wind with the biggest turbines ever made
When engineer Lukasz Cejrowski finally saw the world's largest wind turbine blades installed on a...
read more
Bids Bring Offshore Wind One Step Closer in Conn.
The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) recently closed the bidding...
read more
New hydraulic bolt tensioners for offshore wind
Enerpac has introduced a new portfolio of hydraulic bolt tensioners for offshore wind power...
read more
Sif and EWA Tackle Foundation Logistics Challenge in Asia
Dutch offshore foundations manufacturer Sif and Japan-based East Winds Asia (EWA) have developed a...
read more
Heavy-lifters adjust to changing market and new opportunities
Specialist heavy-lift companies RollDock and SAL Heavy Lift have decided to form a pool, but BigLift...
read more
How large offshore wind turbines are challenging bearing designs
Since 2012, offshore turbines with total power outputs in excess of one GigaWatt (GW) have been...
read more

Go to blog