‘Esvagt Njord’ secures contract extension with Equinor
RENEWED CHARTER: Equinor and ESVAGT have extended their good cooperation with a 5-year contract extension for the vessel ‘Esvagt Njord’ at Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm. The extension runs until 2026.
30 years without work-related incidents – ESVAGT vessel reaches notable milestone
On Sunday, February 21st, the ‘Esvagt Preserver’ has completed 30 years of operation without a single severe work-related incident. Approach and company culture are crucial.
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.
‘Esvagt Njord’ rescues seven injured fishermen
RESOLUTE ACTION: ‘Esvagt Njord’ came to the rescue of seven injured fishermen last Tuesday. Swift action and resolute efforts from the ESVAGT crew and a good cooperation with Equinor's medic and technicians made a big difference.
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 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.
ESVAGT’s seniors prolong symbiosis through Senior Club
After retirement, collegial bond lives on in ESVAGT Senior Club.
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.