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Renewable energy allocation for Solstad’s CSV trio



February 11, 2022

Solstad Offshore ASA, the owner of a Norwegian offshore support vessel, has clearly found work on three construction support vessels, all in the renewable energy sector.

Normand Australis has signed a 150-day contract for the “Walk to Work” service for offshore wind projects in Asia since March 2022.

Normand Cutter won a 110-day charter for the Northern Europe Cable Project at this month’s startup.

Normande Fortress has also won a solid 180-day contract for the “Walk to Work” service on an offshore wind project in Northern Europe. The contract will begin in April 2023. The total contract amount is approximately 175 million Norwegian krone ($ 19,8 million).

“Solstad continues to see increasing demand for CSV from renewable energy customers in both Europe and Asia,” the company said.

The news came out last week after Solstad won a total of $ 45.8 million in contracts with four construction aid vessels, Normande Maximus, Normande Frontier, Normande Pioneer and Normande Navigator. read more

Solstad was founded last year, best known for its services in the offshore oil and gas industry. Windstaller Alliance Deep Ocean at Aker Solutions focuses on offshore wind services.

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