Solstad back in black; Eyes more renewables work

Norwegian shipowner Solstad Offshore has bounced back in black as a result of successful financial restructuring. The company posted quarterly profit of NOK 11.43 billion, compared to NOK 1.19 loss same time last year. Full-year result was positive, with profit of NOK 7.23 billion, against NOK 3 billion loss in 2019. Revenue for the fourth... Continue Reading →

Siem Offshore trims quarterly loss

Oslo-listed marine contractor Siem Offshore has reduced its Q4 2020 deficit despite revenue drop of 20 per cent against prior-year quarter. Quarterly operating revenues were $57 million, compared to $71 million in Q4 2019. The decrease in revenues from 4Q 2019 is mainly due to lower revenues from the AHTS fleet, the Brazilian and the... Continue Reading →

Offshore wind farm planned in Colombia

A new company in Colombia has proposed the South American republic’s first offshore wind farm.The Colombian Martime General Directorate (DIMAR) issued Resolution 9 of 2021 in January. This authorizes Vientos Alisios to conduct pre-feasibility studies from the Port of Cartagena.The proposed 200 MW wind farm, 15 km from the coast, is expected to use 35... Continue Reading →

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