A2SEA secures work at Merkur

A2SEA secures work at Merkur

Danish offshore wind installation service provider A2SEA has secured a contract to install 66 transition pieces at the Merkur Offshore Wind Farm for its new owner GeoSea.

The company will deploy the vessel Sea Challenger to transport and help installation works for the project starting at the beginning of October in Eesmhaven, Holland.

“We are very proud to be able to announce this project. It is the first time, Sea Challenger will install TPs, and we are confident, that the vessel and her experienced crew will perform yet another well-executed project on time, on budget and safely, to the satisfaction of our customers,” said Michael Glavind, CEO at A2SEA.

In July, GeoSea acquired A2SEA from Dong Energy and Siemens.

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