Port of Esbjerg – offshore wind

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Port of Esbjerg – offshore wind

Port of Esbjergoffshore windOFFSHORE WIND2002Horns Rev 12008Horns Rev 2Lynn & Inner Dowsing2009Horns Rev 2Gunfleet SandsGreater Gabbard2010Greater Gabbard2011Greater GabbardSherringham ShoalLondon Array2012Sherringham ShoalLondon ArrayLincsHorns Rev 1Horns Rev 2


Port of Esbjergoffshore wind


Offshoremarket2015-2025+63,000 MW8.4 % growth.A year** CAGRSource: EER


Port of Esbjergoffshore windInstallation port / Service port(Oil & Gas / Offshore Wind)Same needs:SkillsSupplychainEtc.CLUSTER


Bestyrelsesmøde den 7. december 2011


Port of Esbjergoffshore windOffshorewind - >2020 = 40 GW -> 2030 = 150 GWTurbinesTowersFoundationsEsbjergPortsMarket


Port of Esbjergoffshore windCONCEPTS !• Components are gettingbigger• Nacelle 400 tons• Towersection +100 tons• Blades +70mPresent – future ?Seabed Preparation ?


Port of Esbjergoffshore windSkibstyperInstallation:• self propelled jack-up• DP2• 800-1200 tons main crane• 12 WTGCrew :• Fast crewboats Monohaul / catamaran / TrimaranSWATH(Small Waterplane Area Twin Hull)• Flotel


Port of Esbjergoffshore windSkibstyper - Future


Port of Esbjergoffshore windCrew Transfer vesselSupport vessels


Port of Esbjergoffshore windPORTS – MAINTAIN FLOW ?INVESTMENTSInfrastructureSuprastructure


Port of Esbjergoffshore wind• Cranes• Storage area• Special quay designsInfrastructure:•Hinterland connection•Road•Rail


Port of Esbjergoffshore windRoad infrastructure


Port of Esbjergoffshore wind


Port of Esbjergoffshore wind


Port of Esbjergoffshore wind650.000 m2.1.5 km of reinforced quayside.


Port of Esbjergoffshore windNEXT STEPPast 20 yearslifetime ?Re-powering ?Horns Rev 1


Port of Esbjergoffshore windOle IngrischMobile 40 57 43 00E-mail: oi@portesbjerg.dkVisit us onSpørgsmål

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