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There is a constant demand to stretch the boundaries in the offshore wind-turbine installation market. Turbines and their foundations are becoming bigger, heavier and higher and are being installed in evermore challenging environments and conditions. In combination with the need to make the installation process more efficient, We are convinced that a holistic approach to the design process is needed. Integrated design is our answer to offer the the market the solutions it is looking for.
Jack-up vessels have to deal with wind loads, whether it’s the journey or when in operation. An accurate prediction of the wind loads is of eminent importance during the design processes.
Following the interview with Karl Humberson, CEO of Dominion Energy, Jan-Mark Meeuwisse and Karel Wagner of GustoMSC explain how the US can scale up offshore wind by making use of European experience.
Interview with Karl Humberson from Dominion Energy: On the development of the first offshore wind farm in U.S. federal waters. Dominion Energy is using the NG-16000X-SJ wind turbine installation jack-up vessel designed by GustoMSC for the scale-up of its renewable and reliable energy operation.
Operating in its element: With the vessels Sea Installer and Sea Challenger, GeoSea delivered an impressive performance for the offshore wind farm Borssele 1&2. Upon completion the largest offshore wind farm in the Netherlands. The company took care of the transport and installation of 94 foundations and turbines.
We appreciate the complexity of the offshore industry. In order to continually further our knowledge, we approach industry topics from a broad perspective whilst ensuring we understand our client’s offshore operations.
Collaboration is indispensable to be able to deal with the challenges that we are facing. Over the years we had the pleasure to work with many interesting clients and industry partners. Discover how we put these people in the spotlight.
Learn how our various departments contribute to our company mission to create core technology that enables the construction of safe and efficient mobile offshore units and equipment.
Our ambition to assist our clients in meeting the demands for innovative technology and solutions. This column demonstrates how we are taking the lead in new developments and technology.
An in-depth look at our technological solutions. Learn more about our designs and equipment with impressive statistics that give context to what we do.
More than 250 mobile units worldwide have been built to our design, most of these are still operational. See the latest update on these units.
Our commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals
At GustoMSC, we believe by conducting our operations in a responsible way, we can contribute to a sustainable future. With the introduction of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in 2015, the members of the United Nations introduced a framework that defines a collective goal balancing the three dimensions of sustainable development: economic, social and environmental. As pioneering engineers, we contribute to several goals and intend to increase our positive impact.