Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel Market report provides complete evaluation for those who are looking for Business expand in various regions, manufacturers, New entrants in the industry, Professional organisation/solutions providers, Government bodies, financial speculators and private value firms.

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Global Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel Market Research Report studies the progress performance of the Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel industry. The report estimates forthcoming Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel opportunities between the period 2018-2022. Likewise, the Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel market study provides a competitive overview of demand drivers. First, the Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel report illustrates a conventions, terminologies, and notations. Then it looking into basic Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel introduction including its definition, applications and Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel manufacturing technology. Further, it gives classifications and technological framework for the Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessel market.

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Global Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels Market Report 2017-2022 offers a comprehensive analysis on Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels industry, delivering detailed market data and penetrating insights. The report provides analysis which is beneficial for industry insider, potential entrant and investor. The Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels report will the thorough study of the key business players to grasp their business methods, annual revenue, company profile and their contribution to the world Offshore Wind Turbine Installation Vessels market share. The report covers a huge area of information including an overview, comprehensive analysis, definitions and classifications, applications, and expert opinions.

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Esvagt’s latest service operation vessel (SOV), Esvagt Mercator, has been named at Port of Ostend in Belgium. The vessel has been chartered by MHI Vestas Offshore Wind. 

The 58 m ship was designed for highest possible level of efficiency and low fuel consumption and will operate from the Port of Ostend. It will provide a base for 36 windfarm technicians for up to two weeks at sea.,new-sov-is-tailored-to-customers-specific-requirement_50128.htm

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Jones Act Could Be Useful Link To Offshore Wind Sector

Posted by Jeff Keever on December 1, 2017 11:00 AM EST
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The Jones Act, long a stingray in the side of the oil and gas sector, could be a convenient way for the industry to enter the North American offshore wind business.

Partnering with an offshore wind producer by supplying a Jones Act-compliant vessel that could be converted makes both regulatory and economic sense, Andy Geissbuehler, managing partner at Renewable Resources International, said in a white paper released by the US Offshore Wind Conference.


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Exempting Puerto Rico from Jones Act remote

Posted by Charles Decuir on October 30, 2017 2:15 PM EDT
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The humanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico following the devastation of Hurricane Maria gave an opening to critics of the Jones Act to blame the law for hindering the relief and the recovery efforts on the island. It led to the introduction of two bills in Congress that would either exempt or provide a moratorium of the Jones Act in Puerto Rico.

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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 reported.

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Purpose-driven design creates logistics-led solutions

Posted by Web Master 6 on October 24, 2017 1:10 PM EDT
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Service operation vessels that have entered service recently and are on order highlight the trend towards designs that combine a high level of operability, low operating costs and logistics innovations  

Among the most innovative of service operation vessels (SOVs) currently on order, the Louis Dreyfus Armateurs (LDA) newbuild has a number of features that distinguish it from other examples of the type.

Designed by Salt Ship Design in Norway and being built by Cemre Shipyard in Turkey, LDA’s SOV is the subject of a long-term contract with Dong Energy. It will operate on four offshore windfarms off the German coast – Borkum Riffgrund 1 and 2 and Gode Wind 1 and 2 – providing a base for windfarm technicians.,purposedriven-design-creates-logisticsled-solutions_49638.htm

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