Barrow Offshore Wind Farm

Barrow Offshore Wind Farm

Location
Irish Sea
Barrow Offshore Wind Farm

Barrow Offshore Wind Farm

Project Snapshot
Project
Barrow Offshore Wind Farm
Location
Irish Sea
Country
United Kingdom
Region
Europe
Distance from Shore
12.7 km
Turbines
Project Capacity
90 MW
No. of Turbines
30
Turbine Capacity
3 MW
Turbine Manufacturer
Vestas
Turbine Model
V90-3.0 MW Offshore
Foundations
Grounded - Monopile
Stakeholders
Developer
Barrow Offshore Wind Ltd
 
Owner
Ørsted Power (UK) Ltd (Ørsted A/S) (100%)
 
Operator
Barrow Offshore Wind Ltd
 
Supply Chain
Developers, Owners & Operators
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 ... Moreour 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.
Key Participants
Braveheart Marine is a Dutch company providing hydrographic survey services and crew tender operations. With our flexible and versatile fleet we can mobilise quickly to locations around the world, and our experienced crew plays a key role in keeping the projects on time and within budget. Our vessels, ranging from 7.50 to 26 meter, all have an outstanding ... Moretrack record when it comes to collecting reliable data and providing safe and fast crew transfers.

Our No Limit class vessels are without a doubt the workhorse of the dredging industry, designed to work under adverse weather conditions, and fast and agile enough to assist operations in challenging environments.

Our in-house design of the Javelin Class vessel, currently represented by the Guardian, a 22.50m vessel, and the Patriot, a 25.90m vessel, has proven to be very successful, in survey for the dredging industry as well as survey and crew tendering in the offshore wind industry. With a hull specifically designed to minimise the amount of bubbles under the keel, the vessel can survey at higher speeds with her MBES in one of her 2 moonpools.

The Seakeeper® system creates stability for survey, as well as safe transfers, minimising heave and roll up to 1,8m. Twelve (12) shock absorbing crew seats, and a heated deck, in combination with her cruising speed of 20 knots, and a top speed of 25 knots, gives her the versatility to act as a survey vessel and crew transfer vessel (CTV), although she could as well act as fast response Guard vessel.

With our quick response survey team we have the capability to react quickly on calamities around the world, and fly across the globe to assist in making salvage plans using our mobile survey set, as we have proven with several jobs, among others the case of a grounded cargo vessel in Uruguay.

We operate worldwide and are proud to say that some of the biggest companies in the dredging and subsea construction industries are among our clients, and recent projects were we have been participating in are among others:

Sabetta – Jan de Nul – Hydrographic Survey and Crew Tender

Race Bank OWF – Jan de Nul – Hydrographic Survey

Barrow OWF – Tideway – UXO Clearance

Port Saïd – DEME – Hydrographic Survey and Crew Tender

Greifwalder Bodden – Boskalis Hirdes – Hydrographic Survey and Crew Tender

Braveheart Marine is focused on the future, making further inroads into new fields of expertise, for example the developing of software to detect oil without the need for ROV inspection.

In case you would need an experienced provider of hydrographic survey and crew tender services, to assist in your undertakings, do not hesitate to contact us.
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.
CWind is part of the Global Marine Group, delivering power cable and asset management services topside and subsea, to the offshore renewables and utilities market. With experience at 46 offshore wind farms, and known as a reliable power cable installation and maintenance provider that conducts back-to-back repairs, CWind consistently demonstrates a ... Morecommitment to innovation with a can-do attitude.

CWind holds a unique market position with a dedicated team of trained technicians combined with a fuel efficient fleet of crew transfer vessels (CTV) and access to highly experienced cable ships. In addition to this the company has its own in-house training facility, the National Wind Farm Training Centre (NWFTC) which provides a comprehensive range of GWO accredited courses.

CWind is constantly thinking of new and innovative solutions to address client problems and is 100% committed to on-going new product development in asset management.

The company is equally committed to developing a local presence to support the geographical needs of clients. Grimsby is the first local hub with two CTV berths, offices, storage, rigging loft and equipment however the company will set up bases where needed with several located across Europe.

Today CWind works with significant wind farm owners and developers such as Ørsted, E.ON and Vattenfall. These long-standing relationships have been forged through our flexibility and understanding of the client's needs.
More Info
Email
info@orsted.dk
Phone
+45 99 55 11 11