Tag / Standby
Press releases • Dec 17, 2019 09:00 CET
ESVAGT UK Ltd has been awarded a significant new contract with EnQuest Heather Ltd for the provision of Emergency Response and Rescue Vessels (ERRV Services).
Press releases • Jul 26, 2019 10:20 CEST
ESVAGT and Hess raised the innovation bar with the ‘Esvagt Innovator’. Their cooperation continues to grow.
Press releases • Jun 17, 2019 09:05 CEST
Apache North Sea has extended its contract with the ‘Esvagt Observer,’ a standby vessel which has been servicing the Beryl field, 335 kilometres North East of Aberdeen, since 2004. The contract extension is for four years, with additional extension options of up to four years.
Press releases • Sep 07, 2018 13:30 CEST
NAME GIVING: Hess and ESVAGT add to their 19-year long collaboration with a new top modern multirole vessel, which appropriately was christened 'Esvagt Innovator'.
Press releases • Jul 20, 2018 08:04 CEST
The 'Esvagt Server' becomes the third ESVAGT vessel to work on the Siri field – 20 years of good partnership continues.
Press releases • Apr 03, 2018 11:17 CEST
ESVAGT has sold the 'Esvagt Gamma' and the 'Esvagt Promotor' for recycling. The final voyage for the vessels will be to the Fornæs Ship Recycling in Grenå.
Press releases • Oct 16, 2017 10:28 CEST
After focused efforts, ESVAGT is now strongly established in the British sector of the North Sea, where the shipping company now has 14 vessels on contract.
Press releases • Oct 12, 2017 09:31 CEST
A new agreement with Petrofac strengthens ESVAGT’s presence in the highly competitive UK production market.
Press releases • Apr 25, 2017 09:00 CEST
“Whether the job is rescuing people in high seas or sailing wind technicians safely around an offshore wind farm, the skills of those on board the vessels are critical for ESVAGT's success. That is why we are mapping and developing the competences on board our vessels”, says Steffen Rudbech Nielsen, Head of Ship Management, Operations.
Press releases • Feb 28, 2017 17:39 CET
This morning ‘Esvagt Sigma’ received a mayday from a small pleasure craft who was taking water in and had lost propulsion. ‘Esvagt Sigma’ was released from standby duties and send to rescue.