Fabricator Harland & Wolff (H&W) (LON: HARL) has cancelled diversification plans that would see it become a renewables developer, and will focus instead on its core markets of fabrication and maritime work.
Fabrication firm Harland and Wolff (LON: HARL) has announced the appointment of a new board member.
Offshore construction firm Harland and Wolff has completed its first contract at Arnish after acquiring the yard last year.
The former Bi-Fab yard at Arnish is keeping “very busy” with two contract wins for the Hinkley C nuclear power station and for Italian energy services firm Saipem.
Harland and Wolff (LON: HARL) is involved in “several negotiations” with companies looking to leverage its renewables fabrication capabilities.
Scotland is missing out on offshore wind farm jobs while English yards are “booming”, says a former SNP government minister.
The former Bi-Fab fabrication yard at Arnish has landed its first external contact since being taken over by Harland and Wolff earlier this year.
The owner of fabrication yards in Arnish on Lewis and Methil, Fife has launched a search for a new chairman after the company announced the current incumbent was stepping down from the role.
There are positive signs that Arnish could soon be in line for work after details were shared of upgrades carried out at the yard.
Harland and Wolff’s Methil yard has taken delivery of a “first sea cargo shipment” of parts for wind turbine jackets.
The Pioneering Spirit vessel has removed the DP3 gas production topsides from Spirit Energy’s Morecambe Bay development in the East Irish Sea.
A gas platform is scheduled to make the short trip from one Fife port to another ahead of its dismantling this week.
InfraStrata is hoping to raise more than £13 million having recently secured a major fabrication contract for a Scottish offshore wind farm.
The decision by the French company EDF to award London-based InfraStrata a contract for eight of the 56 foundation jackets for the NnG offshore wind farm has got a lot of people extremely excited.
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Fife has leapt closer to launching the world’s first 100% green hydrogen network with the announcement of an £18 million funding boost.
Construction is expected to start next month on a multi-million pound project to prepare a yard in Fife for handling North Sea decommissioning jobs.
A decommissioning specialist has taken a step closer to setting up a scrapping facility at the Fife-based birthplace of numerous oil rigs.
A Scottish Government fund for helping the country secure decommissioning work has awarded £1.1million worth of backing to six ports.