Offshore Wind Farms / Renewable Energy
OEG Offshore offers a combined portfolio of products and services to the clean energy sector including bespoke module builds, sale and rental of DNV certified containers, offshore aviation services, portable welfare solutions, radio communications systems and a range of subsea services.
Through the recent acquisition of renewable focussed businesses including Pegasus Welfare Solutions (PWS), Fern Communications, Hughes Subsea and Manor Renewable Energy along with Manor Marine, we can assist wind farm operators significantly with a fully integrated topside and subsea offering, from our key global locations.
Bespoke, all-encompassing temporary power solutions. As projects move further offshore, temporary power will become increasingly vital. With our comprehensive bespoke temporary power solutions, we are well positioned to meet the growing needs of the sector.
Hughes Subsea, an OEG Offshore company, delivers an integrated range of services to the offshore renewable energy, oil and gas, telecommunications, power generation and marine civil engineering sectors, with a greater focus on UXO and boulder clearance, diving and cable route clearance as wind farms have moved further out at sea in deeper waters.
Craftsmanship, excellence and cutting-edge engineering. In 2017 Manor Renewable Energy Ltd purchased Manor Marine shipyard; for over 30 years, Manor Marine has been supplying a high standard of services and specialist skills to deliver craftsmanship and excellence in the construction and remedial works of multiple vessels.
Fern Communications has a range of products and radios for hire and purchase, such as the ATEX FRX-1 & FRW-1 Radio Repeaters. We also supply a full range of radio accessories, headsets, and battery packs. Hire delivery is free of charge. Contact us today for a quote. If we don’t stock an item, we would be more than happy to purchase it on your behalf.
PWS raise the welfare standards and reduce costs of offshore working with the supply of the world's first In-tower turbine toilet system. Specifically designed for offshore wind farm construction and maintenance phases, the turbine toilets deliver better safety for technicians by cutting ladder climbs to vessels and vastly increasing productivity.
Welfare provision has been secured for every turbine on Vattenfall's Aberdeen Offshore Wind Farm also known as the European Offshore Wind Deployment Centre (EOWDC) and will be fitted with an in-tower toilet cubicle.
We support the offshore renewable sector with a broad range of fully certified DNV 2.7-1 / EN 12079 cargo units from our standard rental fleet or offshore containers built to specific client requirements.
Designs such as boat skips, waste skips, open top containers (heavy lift), gas bottle racks, refrigerated containers, and workshops/tool stores are popular rental items to support foundation grouting, offshore construction, wind turbine installation, commissioning, and maintenance-related activities from our international base network.
OEG Offshore has a strong reputation for the design and manufacture of bespoke fire rated units and larger cabins in split-module formats for easy on-site or offshore integration.
We’ve provided Front End Engineering Design (FEED) studies and specialist offshore modules along with installation, hook up and commissioning services for a variety of UK and European offshore wind farm developments. Our project team is highly skilled and familiar with the critical systems that need to be safely transported offshore or containerised to meet the project challenges faced in the offshore wind sector.
The project team design and build service modules and standard work cabins to the highest industry standards of AISC, ISO 10855, DNV 2.7-1, DNV 2.7-2, DNV 2.7-3, BS EN 60079, NORSOK, IEC and ATEX, including compliance with International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) / International Maritime Organization (IMO) regulatory requirements for fire protection. All modular solutions are designed to optimise workspace efficiency, meet environmental and acoustic requirements, and house offshore personnel or specialist equipment in complete safety.
Units delivered include Local Equipment Room (LER) modules to house electrical switchgear, as well as substation modules, high specification workshops, ROV control cabins, SOV modules and the provision of emergency accommodation on offshore sub-station platforms.
OEG Offshore provides living and sleeping modules to meet temporary offshore accommodation requirements around the world. These modules are manufactured to DNV 2.7-1 and EN 12079 standards to ensure maximum comfort and safety for inhabitants.