Subjects: Natural resources
ESVAGT’s new SOV for Vestas is ready
Ready vessel: Despite both a lengthy corona shutdown and financial problems for the shipyard, ESVAGT’s SOV newbuilding 'Esvagt Schelde' is now ready to start working for Vestas at Borssele 3-4 and Northwester 2 wind farms.
Almost two hours of CPR saved Asbjørn’s life
The young seaman Asbjørn Morell was healthy, in good health and fit, when he most unexpectedly suffered a cardiac arrest in the North Sea. His colleagues on board the vessel ‘Esvagt Cantana’ fought for hours to save him.
The ‘Esvagt Aurora’ put out fire at gas processing station
The ‘Esvagt Aurora’ tested its emergency response and equipment in acute situation after a fire broke out at the Melkøya Gas Processing Station outside Hammerfest. Both crew and equipment delivered a most professional and emphatic performance.
Fine recognition of the ‘Esvagt Dana’
ESVAGT was nominated for the 2020 Safety Award for irreproachable diving operation in the Barents Sea together with Norwegian SubseaPartner.
Digitalisation on vessels makes a positive difference
ESVAGT grows stronger thanks to smart use of data.
The ‘Esvagt Dana’ gets the job done
The Baltic Sea was the perfect element for ‘Esvagt Dana’, which has proven its worth as a SOV despite tight storage facilities.
West Gamma 30 years on: ‘I had decided to say goodbye’
The Norwegian radio telegraphist Laila Ausland Cock had spent 20 minutes in a frothing sea and had given up any hope of rescue when the ’Esvagt Protector’s crew found her.
West Gamma 30 years on: ‘I was completely calm because they knew their job!’
While the ’Esvagt Omega’ was saving the rig West Gamma’s offshore workers from the waves, Asbjørn Rislaa was lying in the water and admiring the professional rescue team at work.
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.
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 plants 1,047 trees
All employees at ESVAGT are involved, when the campaign “Denmark plants trees” (“Danmark planter træer”) makes a concrete difference for the climate. ESVAGT donates 20,940 DKK to the fundraising campaign; enough to plant a tree for each of the shipping company’s 1,047 employees.
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.
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.