OHT CEO Discusses Offshore Wind Push and Dogger Bank Offshore Wind Farm Role

OE Staff
Thursday, April 8, 2021

Norwegian company Offshore Heavy Transport, specializing in ocean transportation of heavy structures with its fleet of open deck semi-submersible heavy transportation vessels, is diversifying.

The company is now building a fleet of vessels for offshore wind industry installation works - both for foundations and turbines - and has already secured an important role in the world's largest offshore wind project, the Dogger Bank in the UK.

Watch the video below in which Torgeir E. Ramstad, Chief Executive Officer of OHT discusses for Offshore Engineer TV the rationale behind the OHT decision to dive into the offshore wind industry, the company's offshore wind vessel fleet expansion plans, and its role in the Dogger Bank wind farm construction.

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