A lack of spare HLV capacity in the North Sea continues to cast serious doubt over the UK's loft offshore wind ambitions.
‘The scale of this beast is unbelievable’ – what is the world’s second largest crane vessel doing off Aberdeenshire?
There are no shortage of vessels to be seen off the coast of Aberdeen, but there’s one in particular that currently stands out from the rest.
Norwegian group DNO reports that its North Sea decommissioning works are now drawing to a close, following the removal of the jacket and topsides at the Schooner field.
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.
Preparatory works have kicked off in the North Sea ahead of the removal of the Dunlin Alpha topside.
A key component of what will be Scotland’s largest offshore wind farm has been installed off the Angus coast.
Heerema Marine Contractors has shared staggering photos of two of its vessels at the Port of Rotterdam.
Ithaca Energy has employed Heerema’s Thialf heavy lift vessel, the second largest in the world, to remove its small Jacky installation, around 12 miles east of the Moray Firth.
Taqa has kicked off removal work for the Brae Bravo, one of the largest decommissioning projects in the North Sea.
Heerema Marine Contractors, owner of two of the world’s largest offshore crane vessels, has announced plans to power them with energy produced by wind turbines.