Semco Maritime expands offshore wind concept

Semco Maritime enters a new business, vying to give the big engineering consultant firms a run for their money. The Danish operator wants to enter offshore wind projects at a much earlier point – for most of their life cycles, in fact.

Photo: Semco Maritime / Dennis Lauridsen

Offshore wind is comprising an increasing large portion of Semco Maritime's business, as was evident in the company's latest financial statement, which recorded DKK 610 million (EUR 81.9 million) in revenue from renewable energy projects. The firm has set a target for its offshore wind operations to correspond in size to its conventional oil service business in 2022. It should, however, also be possible to note this shift clearly from looking at Semco's task portfolio.

Semco will not content itself with a peripheral role when, for instance, Bladt Industries wins a substation order. In the last few years, the Danish offshore operator has, beyond overseeing engineering, procurement and construction contracts, also completed Front End Engineering Design (FEED) studies for Northland Power, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners and Ørsted in both the North Sea and in Taiwan. Semco now takes yet another step back in the process and establishes preliminary feasibility analyses as a discrete business area.

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