In the Belgian port of Ostend, Jan De Nul Group named its latest offshore set up vessel Taillevent. Miss Pauline Stassijns, granddaughter of Director Dirk De Nul, baptised the vessel and wished her success and a secure journey.
On 18 July 2018, Jan De Nul Group acquired this offshore set up vessel, at the moment MPI Discovery, from the Dutch firm Vroon Group. The 2011 constructed Taillevent is designed particularly for the transport and set up of offshore wind generators and their foundations. It can also be completely suited to different offshore sectors, such because the oil and gasoline trade. The vessel is supplied with six spuds to carry the vessel out of the water so as to have the ability to work in steady circumstances. The Taillevent is 140 meters lengthy and might function in as much as 40 metres of water depth. Furthermore, this set up vessel has an on-board crane with a lifting capability of 1,000 tonnes and an auxiliary crane of 50 tonnes.
Jan De Nul Group is investing closely in its offshore actions and might provide the sector a dependable reply to their pioneering initiatives.
Philippe Hutse, Offshore Director at Jan De Nul Group: “We have been investing loads in employees, experience and tools for our offshore actions. In 2015, we acquired the Vole au vent, and this summer season the Taillevent; each specialised vessels for the set up of offshore wind farms. Meanwhile our newbuilding division works on extra fleet growth plans. These investments are key for Jan De Nul Group’s progress.”
Jan De Nul Group has executed a number of offshore wind initiatives in Belgium, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Germany. Last spring, Jan De Nul secured its first offshore wind initiatives exterior Europe: the design and set up of the offshore wind parks Changhua and Formosa 1 Phase 2, the very first offshore wind farms in Taiwan. More particularly in Belgium, Jan De Nul put in the Nobelwind farm with 50 generators of three.3MW every in 2016. In 2019, the Group will start with the set up of the Northwester 2 wind farm with 23 generators of 9.5MW every, the most important offshore wind generators on the earth. (Source and picture: Jan De Nul)
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