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Ørsted

Company Type
Renewable Energy Developer
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+45 99 55 11 11

info@orsted.dk

Company Snapshot
Company
Ørsted
Headquarters
Fredericia, Denmark
Founded
2006
Company Type
Public
Company Size
5,001-10,000 employees
Regions
Asia ● Europe ● North America
Media

About Us
DONG Energy has become Ørsted.

DONG Energy was one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe. Our business was based on procuring, producing, distributing and trading in energy and related products in Northern Europe.

A decade ago, we initiated our transformation from a black to a green energy company as DONG Energy. Since then, we've reduced our coal consumption by 73% and decided to fully phase out coal by 2023. We've become a global leader in offshore wind with a market share of 25%, currently powering 9.5 million people. Our ambition is to raise this number to 30 million by 2025.

In 2017, we divested our upstream oil and gas business, thereby completing our transformation to become fully dedicated to green energy.
 
Memberships
EEEGR ● RenewableUK ● WindEurope
RenewableUK members are building our future energy system, powered by clean electricity. We bring them together to deliver that future faster; a future which is better for industry, bill-payers, and the environment. We support over 400 member companies to ensure increasing amounts of renewable electricity are deployed across the UK and access markets ... Moreto export all over the world. Our members are business leaders, technology innovators, and expert thinkers from right across industry.
EEEGR (East of England Energy Group) and its membership of more than 300 commercial businesses and organisations, public sector and not-for-profit bodies, as well as academic institutions are at the centre of operations. We act as a single focal point to represent the regional energy industry and strive to ensure that the regional assets combine to ... Moreform a world-class industry capable of competing in a global energy market.

Our mission is to be the source of new opportunities and knowledge to enable member companies to strategically grow their businesses.

Membership benefits, whether they are networking with like-minded business people, accessing guidance on training, grants and recruitment, or being profiled through newsletters and websites. All this and more are available by being a part of the energy network in the region, as many can testify.
WindEurope (formerly the European Wind Energy Association - EWEA) is the voice of the wind industry, actively promoting wind power in Europe and worldwide. It has over 450 members, active in over 50 countries, including wind turbine manufacturers with a leading share of the world wind power market, plus component suppliers, research institutes, national ... Morewind and renewables associations, developers, contractors, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies, and consultants.

WindEurope coordinates international policy, communications, research and analysis and provides various services to support members'​ requirements and needs to help their development, offering the best networking and learning opportunities in the sector.

WindEurope analyses, formulates and establishes policy positions for the wind industry on key strategic sectoral issues, cooperating with industry and research institutions on a number of market development and technology research projects. In addition, the lobbying activities undertaken by WindEurope help create a suitable legal framework within which members can successfully develop their businesses.
Projects
Location:
North Sea
Project Capacity:
312 MW
Location:
Taiwan Strait
Project Capacity:
120 MW
Location:
Taiwan Strait
Project Capacity:
8 MW
Events
Shallow Water Deep Trouble II – What a Difference a Decade Makes. EEEGR Marine SIG are pleased to co-host a prestigious technical meeting in partnership with the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) at Norwich City Football Club, UK. Site investigations in the nearshore and shallow water can present unique challenges, with potentially significant ... Morevariations in ground conditions, bathymetry and environmental parameters within individual development sites and construction
time scales. Investigations may be for a range of purposes – from providing baseline environmental information and site characterisation through to informing engineering decisions and infrastructure siting.

Since the first 'Shallow Water … Deep Trouble' meeting was held in 2005 in Norwich, UK, there have been major advances in data acquisition technology, analytical techniques, data processing and visualisation, that have improved site investigation practice and advanced our understanding of the shallow water zone. This meeting will report on a range of approaches to shallow water site investigation, as well as providing an update on recent methodological advances, that allow for successful site investigations in a challenging environment. The meeting will be of interest to all those working in nearshore and shallow waters – with contributions from industry, academia, contractors and consultants.
In 2018, RenewableUK presents the association's 17th annual offshore wind energy conference and exhibition. Taking place over two days, 19-20 June in Manchester, RenewableUK welcomes the global industry to the heart of the UK – all in one place at one time.
This September the Global Wind Summit in Hamburg is the biggest and most important meeting of the wind industry worldwide. It combines the world’s leading expo for wind energy - WindEnergy Hamburg and the global conference of WindEurope to create a high-powered, unique platform for business, networking and information - onshore and offshore. These ... Moretwo top events, the expo and the conference, will be held side by side from 25 to 28 September 2018 at the Hamburg Messe site.

Exhibitors, visitors and conference participants are expected from some 100 countries. In nine exhibition halls more than 1,400 exhibitors will be present and some 35,000 trade visitors are expected. The WindEurope Conference, to be held inside the exhibition, features more than 500 speakers and presenters, providing a first-class programme on the issues facing the global wind industry for round about 2,000 delegates.
Connections
Shoreline provides web based, user-friendly, verified and proven simulation software and consulting for the offshore wind industry. The software can assist developers, OEMs, financial institutions, insurance companies, vessel owners and service providers in general in analysing the entire offshore wind project life cycle from early project assessment ... Moreuntil decommission, and thus reduce risk and subsequent cost of energy significantly. Shoreline takes pride in maintaining a high level of integrity and professionalism, and offer clients tailor made simulation solutions and consultancy services matching the individual needs of the clients.

Shoreline is founded, owned and operated by industry people with experience from offshore wind development as well as offshore operation and maintenance.

Shoreline are located in Stavanger, Norway and represented in Oslo, Esbjerg (DK) and Hamburg (DE).
Irish Sea Contractors is owned by the Kinsella family and is located in Crory, Ferns, Co. Wexford, Ireland. Irish Sea Contractors commenced trading in July 2010. We are a young, dynamic and innovative organisation with a wealth of knowledge and experience. We specialise in providing underwater engineering services to following Industries: ... More

Fibre Optic Cables - Installation and Burial

Power Cables - Installation, Burial and Subsea Repair

Oil and Gas Industry - Provision of Offshore Services

Offshore Renewables – Subsea Inspection, Repair and Maintenance

Shipping Industry – Inspection, Repair and Maintenance

Marine Civil Engineering

Marine Salvage

We have recently purchased an equipment supply company based in Aberdeenshire which specialises in the sale and rental of subsea and diving equipment to the Oil, Gas and Renewables Industry. Searchwise Aberdeen www.searchwise.co.uk commenced trading on 1st April 2017 and is a fully owned subsidiary of Irish Sea Contractors.

Irish Sea Contractors have recently opened an office in Las Palmas in the Canary Islands, which allows access to the Oil, Gas and Cable markets along the West African Coastline.
Seacat Services own and operate a fleet of DNV-GL classified multi-purpose offshore energy support vessels.  Our head office is situated in Cowes, Isle of Wight, UK, and a short walk from our chosen vessel builder, South Boats Isle of Wight. All our vessels are designed and constructed to conduct fast, smooth and comfortable transport of persons and ... Moregoods from the shore to the wind farm and vice versa in the toughest of Northern Europe's marine environments. Every vessel in the fleet fully complies with DNV-GL ✠1A1 HSLC Wind farm Service 1 and Category 1 enabling them to operate up to 150Nm offshore.

The management team at Seacat all have proven track records in their particular field, from QHSE and technical through to operations and crew management. Each of them has spent many years at sea and the key operational roles are occupied by individuals with Masters and engineering qualifications. This enables the team not only to have empathy with the crew in the field, but also to be able to spend time onboard the vessels keeping skills current and supporting crewmembers when required.

The company has so far successfully completed contracts in UK, German and Danish waters for clients that include Centrica, DONG Energy, Nexans Deutschland, Siemens, SSE, Vattenfall, VBMS and Wind MW. Operations are ongoing throughout the North Sea.

As an expanding company we look forward to broadening our client base and welcome the opportunity to utilise the good practice we have learned to date.

Seacat Services wish to be a respected vessel operator and to achieve this we pledge to listen to our clients, co-operate with our competitors, keep in front of developments and incentivise our employees.
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Phone
+45 99 55 11 11
Head Office
Kraftværksvej 53, Skærbæk, 7000 Fredericia, Denmark