Topics: Petroleum, Oil, Gas
ESVAGT CASSIOPEIA’s track record secures extension
Serica Energy has extended the contract with ESVAGT and ESVAGT CASSIOPEIA. This extension, signed for three years from December 3rd, 2023 to December 3rd, 2026 reaffirms its commitment to supporting Serica Energy’s operations.
The contract not only secures ESVAGT CASSIOPEIA’s role in supporting Serica Energy for the next three years but also includes options for an additional 3 x 1-year ext
The growth potential within Offshore Wind is demonstrated, and the future secured for ESVAGT.
Despite the turbulent macro conditions in 2022 ESVAGTs growth continues, with improvements in both revenue and operational results, as well as a strong safety performance with zero Lost-Time Incidents (LTIs).
'Esvagt Cornelia' rescues an exhausted Norwegian sailor
The crew on 'Esvagt Cornelia' made a difference at the Balder field in the Norwegian Sector by coming to rescue of an exhausted Norwegian senior sailor.
Crowley, ESVAGT Strengthen Venture for U.S. Offshore Wind Vessels
Crowley and ESVAGT have executed additional joint venture agreements that further strengthen their commitment to support purpose-built, Jones Act vessel development and availability for U.S. offshore wind production.
‘Esvagt Delta’ is to sail tourists
After 21 years in the shipping company, ‘Esvagt Delta’ is replacing standby and ERRV tasks in the North Sea with whale watching and nature tourism in Norway.
New ESVAGT vessel provides fewer emissions and more streamlined logistics for TotalEnergies' North Sea activities
The multifunctional vessel 'Esvagt Heidi' is part of a new strategy for the logistical operation of TotalEnergies EP Danmark A / S in the North Sea.Together with Danish ESVAGT, the company is rethinking and optimizing the logistics infrastructure offshore in order to create new synergies and foster a more efficient operation, and at the same time, reducing emissions too. On Wednesday, the vessel w
A stable growth in the wind market ensures ESVAGT a satisfactory result for 2021
Growth in the European offshore wind segment; delivery of two newly built wind ships and an improvement of the ERRV market in the North Sea gave ESVAGT a satisfactory 2021. Optimism for further growth in 2022.
The rebuilt ’Esvagt Dana’ enters a long-term contract with TotalEnergies.
ESVAGT DANA has been rebuilt. Four meters wider and with a new permanent SMST walkway, the SOV ’Esvagt Dana’ is ready to service TotalEnergies in the Danish part of the North Sea for many years.
American wind plans provide tailwinds in Esbjerg
EMBASSY VISIT: Chargé d’affaires Stuart A. Dwyer from the US Embassy in Denmark met on Tuesday with ESVAGT's CEO Peter Lytzen and business manager in Esbjerg Karsten Rieder to talk about the potential for local wind companies in the booming US wind market.
New collaboration between ESVAGT and specialists in decommissioning in the UK market has potential
Until June, ‘Esvagt Castor’ will follow the Well-Safe Guardian rig in a plug-and-abandon campaign in the UK sector. The number of wellheads on the seabed shows great potential.
With ESVAGT and Well-Safe agreeing a contract for ‘Esvagt Castor’ to support the rig Well-Safe Guardian, ESVAGT has its first foothold in a market with a significant potential.
"Both are fine vessels"
With ‘Esvagt Leah’ and ‘Esvagt Heidi’, the ESVAGT fleet has been equipped with two high-quality vessels.
It is atypical for ESVAGT to be expanding the fleet without having been responsible for the design and construction process with the yard.
However, with 'Esvagt Heidi' and 'Esvagt Leah', the two latest additions to the fleet and both just recently chartered, that is the case.
’Esvagt Corona’ extended with Repsol on the Yme field
ESVAGT extends contract with Repsol for standby services until the spring of 2023.
New contracts send ESVAGT on the hunt for 50 new seafarers
New contracts in the North Sea require ESVAGT to mass-recruit. Boosts in Denmark and the Faroe Islands have resulted in great contacts.
ESVAGT lands large contract with TotalEnergies in Denmark
Focusing on innovative solutions, two of the key stakeholders in the Danish North Sea are joining forces to create the logistics of the future in the North Sea.
’Esvagt Aurora’ doing a fantastic job
Eight years of service on the Barents Sea have demonstrated that the ’Esvagt Aurora’ is ideally suited to working in Arctic regions. The vessel and its crew have saved lives and even extinguished a fire on land.
ESVAGT turns 40 and heads towards new markets
ESVAGT has been servicing the energy sector since 1981 and has set the standard for safety and support at sea. Today, the shipping company consists of 42 vessels and over 1,100 employees, and ESVAGT has just entered the growing American offshore wind energy market to play its part in the green transition.
Crowley, ESVAGT to Partner to Add Vessel and Service Capacity for the U.S. Offshore Wind Industry
U.S.-based Crowley and Danish shipping company ESVAGT announced plans today to directly bolster purpose-built, Jones Act vessel availability in support of the emerging offshore wind energy market through a joint venture.
More team spirit and high satisfaction among employees
Even though Covid-19 restrictions have turned everyone’s lives upside down and test flexibility to the limits, ESVAGT employees are positive and satisfied. ‘The team spirit they are showing is impressive,’ says Chief Human Resources Officer.