ENI Safety Award 2016 awarded to ’Esvagt Aurora’
The rescue operation in the Barents Sea brings ESVAGT the safety award from ENI.
Solid example of the ‘ESVAGT Standard’
The identity and values behind the shipping company are united in the ’ESVAGT Standard’. The latest rescue operation in the North Sea shows that this standard lives and thrives.
“We were lucky – not heros!”
“We feel very humble about it. It was a fantastic team effort where everything came together – but it was also luck.”
The ”Esvagt Connector” saves fisherman
An exhausted Dutch fisherman was saved in the North Sea by an optimal rescue effort.
West Gamma 25 years on: Facts, interviews, etc.
Whilst being towed from the Norwegian sector, the accommodation platform, West Gamma, was hit by a violent storm on the 20th of August 1990.
West Gamma 25 years on: The rescue operation that set the future for ESVAGT
On the night of the 21st of August 1990, ESVAGT rescued 46 people from the capsized accommodation platform, West Gamma. An operation that proved to be pivotal for ESVAGT.
West Gamma 25 years on: “It is not courage that saves lives – it is training”
The rescue of the crew of the West Gamma is one of ESVAGT’s finest hours. These are the experiences of four key people from that August night 25 years ago.
West Gamma 25 years on: Still Top of Mind
The successful rescue operation brought ESVAGT acclaim throughout the entire North Sea. It was one of the reasons why ESVAGT was awarded the Leith International Conference’s Offshore Safety Award i 1991, and to this day the operation is close to the heart of not just ESVAGT but to the branch in general and in Norway in particular.
Bravo Zulu, 'Esvagt Aurora'…!
Prompt action from ESVAGT’s stand by vessel ‘Esvagt Aurora’ saved a Scottish engineers’ live from the Barents Sea
“We’ve got you!”
Kaj Emanuel Kristensen was boatmaster on the Fast Rescue Boat that saved the 40-year-old man from the water. Valentin Markussen was ordinary ship's assistant on the boat and Ivan Nørskov was the experienced AB.
”Esvagt Gamma” on an emergency towing job
”Esvagt Gamma” reacted to an emergency call from a German supply vessel with engine failure. The vessel was towed to a safe anchorage.
ESVAGT taking part in ”Havneliv” (Harbour Life)
The TV2 series on harbours in the TV station’s broadcast area focused on Esbjerg and ESVAGT