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Offshore Feedering: Supporting Global Energy Transition Practically Using feeder barges to supply wind turbine components to precious offshore installation vessels seems like a no brainer. But why shuttle cargo with your most expensive and time-critical piece of equipment? While becoming more common practice in near shore and benign environments, the industry has yet to reach […]

Bart Kroes Joins SEA.O.G Offshore as Technical Director

(Houston, Texas) SEA.O.G Offshore is proud to announce the appointment of Bart Kroes as the company’s Technical Director. In this role, Mr. Kroes will lead and support the company’s engineering team, organizing and structuring all engineering activities for allocated projects.   “We are thrilled to have Bart as a part of our team,” says James Clouse, […]

Feeder Barges Set to Build the Future of OSW in the USA

A gap exists between what the U.S. industry is asking for, local content, and what the industry currently offers for Jones Act compliant transport and installation solutions for offshore wind operations. Currently deployed vessel types, utilized in a new context, can bridge this gap and help build the future of offshore wind in the United […]

The Foundation for Success in US Offshore Wind…Planning

SEA.O.G Offshore Solves the Need for Industry Know-how in a New Market In June of this year SGRE CEO Andreas Nauen when interviewed by the Business Network for Offshore Wind was asked a straightforward question: What are the main criteria for factory locations in the USA for offshore wind?  His response included uncomplicated, reliable, and economical transport […]

SEA.O.G Successfully Completes 300mw Transportation Service Contract with Engineered Short Sea Solutions.

SEA.O.G recently closed the book on a 300mw wind farm transportation project in Eastern Canada.  The project required the transportation of over 1000 components.  With the help of  SEA.O.G’s transportation planners and local field professionals on site these heavy components moved through port facilities and local factories via, rail, heavy lift ships, trucks and barges, all the […]

Marine Coordination Centers: Bridging Safety Gaps in the US Offshore Wind Industry

The US offshore wind industry is on the brink of a gold rush. The technical resource potential of this largely unmined market soars over 2,000 gigawatts. That’s more than twice the energy currently being produced by all nationwide electric power plants combined. The current US wind industry is located almost 100% onshore but developers are now […]

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