Subjects: Navigation, Vessels, Harbour
ESVAGT employees assist in sea rescue during spare time
Volunteer-based rescue service is making a difference in the South Funen Archipelago – and several ESVAGT employees give a helping hand in their spare time.
Legendary rescue vessel retires
The ‘Esvagt Bravo’ has been a turning point in the development of ESVAGT’s competences and safety culture. Earlier this year, the vessel signed off after 39 years of loyal service.
ESVAGT readjusts costs
ESVAGT will meet the consequences of the decreasing energy prices and Covid-19 through streamlining and pay reduction, and at the same time ensure that the shipping company can continue to support the vital infrastructural energy production.
The ’Esvagt Dana’ performs superbly as diving support vessel
The ‘Esvagt Dana’ has been servicing Vår Energi and SubseaPartner with diving operations in the Barents Sea – a solid success.
Safety is still ESVAGT’s incessant top priority during Covid-19 times
ESVAGT takes the threat of spreading Covid-19 seriously and we do our outmost to limit exposure by following the guidelines and instructions given by the jurisdictions in the countries where we operate.
Creative collages on board the ‘Esvagt Albert Betz’
ESVAGT has commissioned the designer duo, Tex&Jack, to take on the interior design of the SOV new build ‘Esvagt Albert Betz’ for MHI Vestas.
Innovative cooperation between offshore wind turbines and drones
Together, ESVAGT, Siemens Gamesa and Ørsted are developing a drone-based solution for the delivery of spare parts and tools from vessel to offshore wind turbine.
Plastic caps from the ‘Esvagt Mercator’ contribute to training of guide dogs
The good vessel ‘Esvagt Mercator’ has pleased the Belgian Center for Guide Dogs by donating towards training of guide dogs.
ESVAGT and EnQuest sign multi-year contracts for Emergency Response and Rescue Vessels
ESVAGT UK Ltd has been awarded a significant new contract with EnQuest Heather Ltd for the provision of Emergency Response and Rescue Vessels (ERRV Services).
‘Every operation makes us better’
With six SOVs and three newbuildings on the way, ESVAGT is the market leader when it comes to the SOV concept. Experience and competences are in high demand.
ESVAGT delivers new SOV to MHI Vestas
With the ‘Esvagt Albert Betz’, named in Eemshaven earlier today, ESVAGT solidifies its position as market leader on the SOV wind market. The vessel will service the wind farm Deutsche Bucht for MHI Vestas over the next 15 years.
New blade inspection concept enables Eneco to utilize full blade repair season
The Dutch energy company Eneco partnered with EWPL Ocean to supply efficient, fast and precise offshore wind turbine inspections and defect assessments.
A good first year for “the floating Swiss army knife”
ESVAGT and Hess raised the innovation bar with the ‘Esvagt Innovator’. Their cooperation continues to grow.
Digital worksuit system improves safety and overview
ESVAGT’s new digital suit management prevents errors in suit and life jacket handling.
Minister visit at ESVAGT
Ministers of Energy and wind industry executives experienced offshore wind innovation with a sail in ESVAGT's STB 12.
ESVAGT to develop new business areas
ESVAGT will extend its portfolio of services with new business areas and partnerships.
ESVAGT's first long-term contract in the UK extended again
Apache North Sea has extended its contract with the ‘Esvagt Observer,’ a standby vessel which has been servicing the Beryl field, 335 kilometres North East of Aberdeen, since 2004. The contract extension is for four years, with additional extension options of up to four years.
Equinor's CEO visits the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm and the ‘Esvagt Njord’
Equinor's CEO Eldar Sætre has payed a visit to the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm and the SOV (Service Operation Vessel) ‘Esvagt Njord’.
The 'Esvagt Supporter' put the wind in ESVAGT’s sails
ESVAGT’s first wind vessel has retired but the legacy of the ‘Esvagt Supporter' lives on in the many SOV vessels in the shipping company.