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Offshore energy

The long term growing demand for energy is driving an increase in oil and gas exploration and production, as well as the need for renewable energy solutions. With safety as our core value, Boskalis provides a unique range of offshore services. Realizing projects in remote locations – with heightened environmental focus – is one of our specialties. We deliver services throughout the oil and gas life cycle - from exploration to production right through to decommissioning. We cover maritime and subsea transport, installation and inspection, repair and maintenance (IRM) services.

What sets us apart

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Our commitment to safety and sustainability

Both our progressive safety program and our environmental expertise are held in high regard.

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A team built around your needs

With 10,700 experts, Boskalis has the resources to build a global team to meet the challenges you face.

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Our ability to manage complexity

Involve us early on and we can significantly improve your processes, mitigate risks and minimize uncertainties.

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Unique range of integrated maritime services

Through optimal deployment of our expertise, vessels and activities, we realize complex projects around the world.

The future doesn't stop in 2050

Change means opportunities for new technology
which is exactly what the energy sector needs now.
Jeroen van der Veer, former Shell CEO, explains in
our Creating New HORIZONS magazine.

Our projects

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Butendiek OWF

Boskalis was contracted by OWP Butendiek GmbH & Co. KG to supply, install and protect (by post-lay burial) the high-voltage inter-array cable at the offshore wind farm of Butendiek. This German wind farm is situated in the German Bight (Nordsea), approx. 35 km west of the island of Sylt. The 33 km2 wind farm consists of 80 wind turbines with a capacity of 3.6 MW each and a total capacity of 288 MW. The inauguration of the wind farm took place on September 8, 2015. It provides renew-able energy to approx. 370,000 households.

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Cieg GJ1 Cable repair

Channel Islands Electricity Grid, a joint venture between Jersey Electricity and Guernsey Electricity operate several interconnecting power cable systems (power and telecom) between Jersey, Guernsey and France. Both Jersey and Guernsey rely upon the services of these interconnecting power cables and as a consequence there is a demand to reduce the possible effects and impact of failure to these interconnecting power cables. Boskalis were contracted to conduct a preemptive repair replacing a section of cable including the installation two subsea joints on the Guernsey Jersey circuit, close to Havelet bay.

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Development gas export pipeline, Ichthys

The Ichthys development revolves around the construction of a new 42-inch deep sea natural gas pipeline from the Ichthys field in the Browse Basin 880 kilometers to Darwin onshore. The pipeline will run through the Darwin harbor, requiring dredging services in the near shore area, rock installation and the construction of a landfall. Owner INPEX Operations Australia Pty Ltd is developing LNG process facilities on Blaydin Point near Darwin, Northern Territory of Australia.

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Wintershall RAVN and A6-A

Wintershall Noordzee B.V. installed a new remote platform RAVN as a crude production tie-back to A6-A. RAVN is a remote and unmanned crude well unit. Utilising a dry-tree design, all control, power and metered injection for the well will be via the 18.2-km control umbilical between the new satellite platform RAVN in the Danish sector and the operational platform A6-A in the German sector.

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Dry transport,
FPSO Armada Intrepid

The Armada Intrepid, which is owned by the Malaysian company Bumi Armada, is an FPSO (Floating Production, Storage and Offloading) vessel which needed to be dry transported from Rotterdam (Netherlands) to Batam (Indonesia) on the Dockwise Vanguard. The FPSO is 245 m long and weighs 60,000 metric tons. The DWV (275 x 70 m) has a deadweight of 117,000 metric tons.

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Mooring replacement phase 2, Zafiro Producer

Mobil Equatorial Guinea Incorporated, an affiliate of ExxonMobil, entered into a contract with Boskalis for the Zafiro Producer Mooring Replacement Project Phase 2. The Zafiro Producer is installed in 180 m (590 ft)water depth approximately 74 km (40 nauticalmiles) west of Malabo, Equatorial Guinea.