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New SVP for renewables

Thomas Thomsen (49) has joined Semco Maritime as Senior Vice President for the Group’s Renewables business. As a member of the Group Senior Management Team, he will report to CEO Steen Brødbæk.

Annual report: Semco Maritime’s momentum continued in 2021

Semco Maritime generated strong financial growth in 2021 despite challenging market conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic with continued travel restrictions, lockdowns and supply chain challenges. The Group grew consolidated revenue by 31% to DKK 2,464 million and lifted the order intake by 61% in 2021, and the order book grew significantly in both the Renewables and the Oil & Gas business...

Today we publish our Sustainability report 2021

Semco Maritime publishes its Sustainability report 2021 that also reflects a new sustainability strategy focusing on decarbonisation, environmental protection and safe and responsible business.

Semco Maritime is recruiting more than 200 people

Due to the significant growth of offshore projects in the North Sea, Semco Maritime currently finds themselves faced with an interesting challenge. The company needs to recruit a high number of people in a short amount of time – more than 200 positions, some of which need to be filled before Q2 this year. 

Semco Maritime to perform service  on Floatel superior

Floatel International has awarded Semco Maritime a contract for service work on the semi-submersible rig Floatel Superior. The harsh environment rig will dock at Hanøytangen in mid-February, and the project is expected to employ around 100 people until mid-March.

New business line for HVDC projects in Offshore Wind

Semco Maritime to leverage more than two decades of offshore wind project experience in a new business line which focuses on the provision of multiple services for HVDC projects.

Project Greensand receives funding of DKK 197 million for CO2 storage in the North Sea

Wednesday afternoon the Danish Energy Agency announced that it will award 197 million DKK to the consortium behind Project Greensand for CCS (carbon capture storage). The carbon storage project will support Denmark’s ambitions to reach a 70 percent CO2 reduction by 2030.