Heerema Marine Contractors claims to have broken a “world-lifting record” this morning with the installation of a topside for Tyra II.
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Allseas founder and president Edward Heerema will step down after nearly four decades, leaving his eldest son Pieter to assume the role of president of the marine services group.
Taqa has celebrated completion of a major decommissioning project at the Brae field in the North Sea.
Work has resumed on a huge decommissioning campaign at the Taqa-operated Brae field in the North Sea
AF Decom has reported that all preparation and removal works have now been completed at the Dunlin Alpha platform, as it awaits removal by the Sleipnir heavy lift vessel (HLV).
Heerema Marine Contractors has named Philippe Barril of SBM Offshore as its new CEO.
The Sleipnir heavy lift vessel is back at the Dunlin platform, this time to kick off the main decommissioning work.
Heerema Marine Contractors (HMC) has been selected as a strategic supplier to the Equinor-BP joint venture developing the Empire and Beacon Wind projects off the east coast of the US.
A North Sea platform has been dropped off in the Netherlands ahead of being broken up.
Marine contractor Heerema has developed a new method for the installation of floating wind turbines, which it says will cut down on onshore space requirements and reduce industry bottlenecks.
TotalEnergies is toasting the successful completion of its installation campaign of Tyra II in the Danish North Sea.
Preparatory works have kicked off in the North Sea ahead of the removal of the Dunlin Alpha topside.
Bosses at engineering firm AF Gruppen remain open minded about a future decommissioning partnership after a previous venture failed to gain traction.
Spirit Energy has awarded Heerema Marine Contractors a contract for removal and disposal of a trio of southern North Sea assets, with further options for work on a wider portfolio.
Research from Rystad Energy suggests demand for larger offshore wind turbines will outpace the supply of capable installation vessels by 2024.
Petrogas E&P has awarded Heerema an integrated engineering, preparation, removal, and disposal (EPRD) decommissioning contract for multiple oil platforms in the Dutch sector of the North Sea.
Dutch firm Heerema Marine Contractors has sealed a contract with McDermott to transport and install six large jackets.
Heerema Marine Contractors has shared staggering photos of two of its vessels at the Port of Rotterdam.
Heerema Marine Contractors has been awarded a decommissioning contract for the integrated engineering, preparation, removal, and disposal (EPRD) of the Ketch and Schooner platforms, by owner DNO.
Aker Solutions (OSLO: AKSO) has formally signed a “sizeable” contract for decommissioning work with Heerema Marine Contractors.
Integrated decommissioning firm Fairfield Decom has confirmed it has ceased trading with immediate effect.
The second jacket for the Hollandse Kust Zuid (HKZ) wind farm has been installed in the North Sea.
A “right assets right hands” approach to retiring North Sea infrastructure could benefit new decommissioning suppliers, according to an industry chief.
Heerema, owner of the world’s largest offshore crane vessels, has said squeezed prices have made a “very difficult business case” for the decommissioning market.
Heerema Marine Contractors has signed a contract with Singapore's Sembcorp Marine to carry out work at a North Sea wind farm.