Seasick offshore technicians have become a big problem. This vessel will solve the issue.

Seasick technicians are a serious problem for Statoil’s offshore wind farm projects. In addition to being unpleasant for those personally effected, it is also a safety risk and it causes problems with efficiency.

Reduced safety is because discomfort can make it difficult to perform the tasks appropriately. Longer downtime, since time used on transportation becomes an expense, compromising operations and maintenance.

-That’s why we want to test out new solutions that can contribute to solving this problem, and at the same time reduce transit time for new offshore wind projects, explains Wikborg, Marine Operations Manager for Statoil’s Hywind.

 

Sjøsyke havvind-teknikere er blitt et stort problem. Det skal denne båten fikse.

Sjøsyke teknikere er et reelt problem for Statoils havvindsatsing.I tillegg til å være ubehagelig for dem det gjelder, er det også en sikkerhetsrisiko og det skaper problemer for effektiviteten.

Redusert sikkerhet fordi ubehag kan gjøre det vanskeligere å utføre oppgavene på en ønsket måte. Lengre nedetid fordi tiden brukt på transport går på bekostning av drift og vedlikehold.

– Derfor ønsker vi å teste ut nye løsninger som kan bidra til å løse dette problemet, og samtidig redusere reisetiden for nye havvindprosjekter, forklarer Wikborg, marin driftsleder for Statoils’ Hywind.

Read full article in Norwegian at www.tu.no

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