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TenneT picks SeaRenergy for offshore cargo runs

Transmission system operator TenneT has selected SeaRenergy Offshore Holding GmbH to provide a DP2-compliant Platform Supply Vessel (PSV) for the supply runs of cargo to the offshore platforms in the German and Dutch North Sea.

Under the contract, SeaRenergy will continuously provide and operate an appointed PSV and the respective crews and carry out the supply runs of cargo to the offshore platforms, TenneT said.

This is intended to ensure the provision of TenneT’s offshore platforms with material, food and consumables, as well as for disposal services, in scheduled and unscheduled cases. Primarily certified containers, breakbulk cargo, and various liquids will be loaded onto the vessel.

The start and end point of the tours is the port of Emden in Germany. This is where TenneT’s goods will be delivered and transferred to the vessel. All loading and unloading activities are within the area of responsibility of TenneT’s contract partner for the seaport.

The transport of passengers to the offshore platforms is not part of the requested job.

The contract has a duration of three years, with an option for two one-year extensions.