Looking for a one stop shop marchalling yard at Maasvlakte 2? Have a look at the animation to see what logistic services Sif has to offer you.
Van Oord’s jack-up Aeolus has sailed away from the Port of Rotterdam with the first load of monopiles for the 731.5MW Borssele III & IV offshore wind farm. Aeolus arrived at the Sif Group terminal on Maasvlakte 2 to load the first of 77 monopiles last week.
Die Offshore-Umspannplattformen Borssele Alpha und Borssele Beta liegen rund zwanzig Kilometer vor der Küste von Walcheren und sollen die Windparks, die in den Gebieten Borsele 1-2-3-4-5 errichtet werden, mit dem Landnetz verbinden. Alpha und Beta wandeln den von den Windturbinen erzeugten Strom in Hochspannung um, die in der Eingangsstation in Borssele weiter auf 380 kV transformiert und in das niederländische Hochspannungsnetz eingespeist wird. Beide Plattformen werden von HSM Offshore in Schiedam gebaut. Sif liefert für diese Projekte die Gründungsrohre für die Jackets; jeweils sechs Stück pro Umspannplattform.
DEME Offshore launching customer for offshore- wind marshalling services
Roermond/Rotterdam, 27 August 2019. Sif Holding n.v. and Port of Rotterdam have agreed on the lease of an additional 20 hectares industrial land, adjacent to Sif’s existing operations at Maasvlakte 2 near Rotterdam. This expansion facilitates Sif’s new business opportunity in response to demand from new and existing clients for marshalling space and onshore support services for offshore wind. This demand is underpinned by the agreement between Sif and DEME Offshore for a major contract on marshalling services starting October 2019.
- High tender and contracting activity:
- Contract win for Vineyard windfarm USA (84 monopiles, 103 Kton)
- Contract win for zones 2-4 of Hollandse Kust Zuid windfarm in The Netherlands and post- Q3 also the win of zone 1 of Hollandse Kust Zuid (total project 140 monopiles, 136 Kton)
- First contract with DEME for new Sif marshalling- service on Maasvlakte 2- hub and lease of additional 20 hectares
- Opening of sales- office Japan
- Delay by US federal authority BOEM of Vineyard project for undefined period of time
Roermond, The Netherlands – 28 August 2019. Highlights and Key figures for the first halfyear 2019 are as follows. Reference is made to the PDF attachment for the full Interim 2019 results.
Clarity on impact on Sif earliest in 4-6 weeks from now
Roermond, 21 August 2019. Early July 2019 Sif and Vineyard Wind announced the manufacturing by Sif of 84 monopiles for Vineyard Wind’s offshore wind project in Massachusetts USA.
The installation of the monopiles is subject to a schedule that includes seasonal restrictions on pile driving activity as a protective measure for the highly endangered North Atlantic Right Whales. Sif’s ability and confidence to meet this schedule was an important consideration in being selected by Vineyard Wind. Sif scheduled the production of these monopiles for the first half of 2020.