Just six months after the investment announcement for the offshore installation vessel Voltaire, Jan De Nul Group orders Les Alizés, a floating installation crane vessel from the CMHI Haimen shipyard in China.
Jan De Nul Group carries out dredging work in the Benelux with 100% renewable fuel. With this, the world player is further committing itself to immediately and considerably reducing its CO₂ emissions.
The world’s largest offshore wind farm, Dogger Bank Wind Farms, is delighted to welcome Jan De Nul’s Voltaire to the project.
Jan De Nul Group completes the capital dredging works for the Channel Risk and Optimization Project in Port Hedland, Western Australia, and can look back on successful three-year cooperation with the Pilbara Ports Authority.
The keel laying of our 18,000 m³ Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger took place at the COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry shipyard in Dalian, China.
A consortium of Tractebel, Jan De Nul Group, DEME, Soltech and Ghent University is proud to announce the launch of an innovative project in the field of marine floating solar technology.
Jan De Nul Group has revealed its commitment to reduce CO₂ emissions by 15% a year during maintenance dredging works at the Nieuwpoort coastal marina.
This green vessel is the first of two identical medium-sized hopper dredgers under construction at Keppel O&M’s shipyard in Singapore, fitted with a two-stage filtering technique for exhaust gases.
After having recently announced the construction of its mega offshore jack-up installation vessel Voltaire, Jan De Nul Group is now proud to extend its fleet with three WID.