Fred. Olsen Windcarrier has been contracted by the Danish firm Geo to produce a vessel for the preliminary geotechnical investigations for the Thor offshore wind mission within the Danish North Sea. Fred. Olsen Windcarrier will utilise the Liftboat Jill to help Geo with the offshore borehole marketing campaign. Jill will present a steady and sturdy platform for the marketing campaign which is scheduled to start June 2020. The objective of the project is to accumulate geotechnical and geological details about the subsurface for use as a foundation for builders to evaluate the soil circumstances for the Thor mission.
“We are very excited to be working with Geo on this mission. The two corporations mix the very best of maritime and offshore wind expertise with essentially the most intensive experience throughout the fields of soil and seabed investigations”, says Thomas Lund, Sales Manager at Fred. Olsen Windcarrier.
Jens Brink Clausen, Department Director at Geo says: “We are wanting ahead to do the primary geotechnical work on Thor for Energinet.dk this summer time. Our new cooperation with Fred Olsen Windcarrier will guarantee a really protected and sturdy resolution for the drilling operations.”
The Thor offshore wind farm will likely be situated within the North Sea west of Thorsminde by Nissum Fjord at a distance of 20 kilometres from the shore of west Jutland in Denmark .Thor can have a capability of between 800MW and 1,000MW.
Liftboat Jill is a self-propelled DP2 vessel that may function within the geotechnical, offshore wind, offshore building, Oil & Gas and cable restore markets. She is outfitted to help buyer’s building, upkeep, manufacturing enhancement, and decommissioning initiatives. Jill is provided with 102m lengthy legs, a rack and pinion hydraulic jacking system, a big cargo deck, and along with her primary crane, crane protection by three auxiliary cranes.
(Source and picture: Fred.Olsen Windcarrier – Lftboat Jill)
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