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Jan De Nul Group joins forces with Seiche Ltd to start trials for the development of an automated marine mammal detection system on board of its vessels.
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The Voltaire and Les Alizés are two unique vessels that dredging and construction company Jan De Nul Group is building for its offshore energy division...
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One meter higher than the Eiffel Tower. That’s how high our brand new offshore jack-up installation vessel Voltaire can reach. And that’s necessary: ...
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The world is changing, and so is our climate. Let's use our scientific knowledge to create a better, more sustainable world of tomorrow.
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Just twenty days after Les Alizés, Jan De Nul Group launches the Voltaire, a Next-Gen Offshore Jack-Up Installation Vessel for offshore renewables and ...
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An important milestone is reached in the construction of Les Alizés, a Next-Gen floating offshore installation vessel for offshore renewables and ...
Jan De Nul Sunfish Luchterduinen
Offshore wind energy comes ashore along cables in tidal areas and on land itself. But how do you bury a cable up to 8 metres under the beach?
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For the offshore wind farm Luchterduinen in The Netherlands, Eneco requested Jan De Nul to rebury a section of an existing export cable.
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Jan De Nul Group has selected Remazel S.p.A. for the delivery of a set of monopile cradles, a skidding system and an upending hinge for Les Alizés.