nexus, esvagt mercator, taillevent

Full house

Wednesday morning, 31st of October was full house at the REBO terminal. Following offshore vessels were operating from the REBO terminal at the same time: - Nexus : cable layer of Van Oord for the Norther windfarm - Taillevent: offshore installation jack up of Jan De Nul, the official naming ceremony took place at the REBO terminal - Esvagt Mercator : service operation vessel of Esvagt, the official naming ceremony took place at the REBO terminal - Aquata: crew transfer vessel - Aquaway: crew transfer vessel - Attender: crew transfer vessel

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Jan De Nul names offshore installation vessel Taillevent

Official naming At the REBO terminal in the Port of Ostend, Jan De Nul Group named on October 25th its newest offshore installation vessel Taillevent. It is an honour for REBO to have such an official moment at its terminal. After Neptune (2012), Arista & Aquata (2012), Vole au Vent (2016) , Esvagt Mercator (2017) , Taillevent is the 6th offshore wind vessel which got her offical name at the REBO terminal. Taillevent Miss Pauline Stassijns, granddaughter of Director Dirk De Nul, baptised the vessel and wished her success and a safe journey. The De Nul family, employees and their guests...

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First in Europe: in the tidal port of Oostende mega turbines (400 tonnes) are unloaded on wheels

First in Europe: in the tidal port of Oostende mega turbines (400 tonnes) are unloaded on wheels On March 23th 2018 the largest and heaviest wind turbine of Siemens was unloaded at the Port of Oostende by roll-on-roll-off on a specially designed loading and unloading pontoon. After the first parts of the Rentel Windfarm arrived at the REBO terminal in Port of Ostend in mid-February, the technical team had to pull off a difficult feat. The heaviest part of the Siemens 7 MW turbine, the nacelle (20 m long, 9 m wide, 7 m deep, 400 tonnes), arrived 22 March from Cuxhaven (Germany) at the Port of...

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Port of Oostende ideal base for construction and maintenance of Dutch wind farms

Rebo-terminal in Port of Oostende candidate as marshalling harbor for Borssele 1 & 2 The offshore wind industry is, after Belgium, now also booming business in the Netherlands. The Dutch wind farm Borssele is almost the mirror image of the Belgian parks. If you look at the map, you, can immediately see that the Port of Oostende is strategically located in relation to Borssele. The originally Danish energy company Dong was awarded the construction of Borssele 1 & 2 (2 x 380 MW). Dong is now putting the puzzle together in order to be able to build both parks at a price of € 72.7 MW / h...

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Rentel nv reaches financial close

RENTEL NV reaches Financial Close for its 309 MW Offshore wind project in the Belgian North Sea.

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