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DBB Jack-Up expands into decommissioning and installation support

Mar 30, 2015

With DBB Jack-Up’s track record of more than 370 offshore heavy lift operations, DBB Jack-Up’s vessel crew and project teams have the required skills and experience within safe and efficient execution of offshore operations to help expand DBB Jack-Up’s business into offshore decommissioning and installation support services.

For offshore wind decommissioning operations, DBB Jack-Up offers tailor-made solutions for removal of met masts, wind turbines and foundations. All operations are executed with a high focus on safety, cost efficiency and as little environmental impact as possible.

Decommissioning of met mast

Decommissioning of met mast

“Combined with the experience and skills of the DBB Jack-Up organisation, our purpose-built vessels offer a clear edge to the available alternatives,” says Thorsten Jalk, CEO of DBB Jack-Up Services A/S, and continues: “Our team handles the whole process from planning of the safest and most sustainable decommissioning method to recycling of the removed components.”

DBB Jack-Up has already successfully completed a number of turnkey decommissioning operations including removal of offshore met masts and monopiles on Horns Rev 1 and Horns Rev 2 for Vattenfall and DONG Energy, respectively.

In addition to the decommissioning operations, DBB Jack-Up is at present working at the Borkum Riffgrund 1 installation project in the German North Sea performing offshore installation support as well as providing J/U WIND SERVER as accommodation jack-up for Siemens AG.

 

HR1 - monopile

Decommissioning of monopile