Northern Offshore Services (N-O-S) and SEA OG in the US have entered into an agreement to provide marine services and crew transfer vessel (CTV) operations to the offshore wind industry in the US
The partnership will combine the expertise of N-O-S – one of the leading CTV operators in Europe – with offshore services provider SEA OG Offshore.
N-O-S chief operations officer Fredrik Hallqvist said, “We are looking forward to this partnership, which is in line with our strategy to continue our expansion in the offshore wind sector in the US.”
SEA OG chief commercial officer Clark Buffam said, “We are excited to partner with N-O-S and bring their innovative vessel designs to the US offshore wind market.
“N-O-S brings a tremendous amount of operational experience and industry insight to the table. I know this will be a robust partnership when we combine our capabilities and specialised skill sets.”
N-O-S operates about 30 vessels, of which most are CTVs. In addition, it has onshore technical and commercial management services and offices located in Copenhagen in Denmark, Gothenburg (Sweden), Hamburg (Germany), and Lowestoft in the UK.
SEA OG supports more than 3,500 onshore wind turbines with an international logistics chain and is a well-known provider of integrated services to the US renewables industry.
Its maritime expertise includes heavy-lift, vessel and port operations, marine agency, transport equipment sourcing and chartering. Its headquarters are in Houston, Texas with satellite offices in in Seattle, Washington, Boston, Massachusetts, Baltimore, Maryland, and Norfolk, Virginia.
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