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Semco Maritime grew revenue and earnings in 2018 driven by a number of offshore wind projects and a significantly higher activity level for the Group’s international Oil & Gas business, which generated particularly strong growth in the UK and Norway. Results and order intake both surpassed expectations and form a solid foundation for continued progress in the coming years.
Semco Maritime has signed a two-year service contract with Danish energy company Orsted (formerly DONG Energy) for service and maintenance of the Reactive Compensation Station (RCS) and the three offshore substations (OSS) installed at the world’s largest wind farm, Hornsea One, situated in the British part of the North Sea.
The work scope includes preparatory engineering work followed by system installation on five unmanned satellite platforms at the Tyra complex. Initial planning work has begun, and the entire project – involving approx. 25 employees – must be completed by October.
In cooperation with the salvage company BOA and the Norwegian Navy and Material Command, Semco Maritime participates in the current salvage operations of the frigate KNM Helge Ingstad.
Offshore project and engineering company Semco Maritime has extended its contract with Port of Cromarty Firth for the Queens Dock facility at the Invergordon Service Base, Scotland’s leading marine facility for rig projects.
Semco Maritime has been awarded a 5-year service contract for the Deutsche Bucht offshore wind farm, owned by Northland Power. Alongside, Semco Maritime doubles staffing at offshore centre in Norddeich due to increasing activity.
Maersk Drilling’s ultra-harsh environment jack-up Maersk Innovator has completed a successful yard stay at Invergordon, during which main contractor Semco Maritime has extended the cantilever alongside various other maintenance and updating projects.