Drydocks World Recognized for Completing UAE’s Heaviest Load-out 
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Drydocks World Recognized for Completing UAE’s Heaviest Load-out 

Builds offshore HVDC substation

TLME News Service

Drydocks World the, service provider to the shipping, offshore, oil, gas and renewable energy sectors, has been recognised at the 2019 Mastech Awards.

This is recognition for outstanding achievements in the marine industry that include completing the UAE’s heaviest load-out on the BorWin Gamma High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) platform topside.

BorWin Gamma is a 900 megawatt HVDC substation for an offshore location in the German North Sea. The substation is built as an offshore platform with a gigantic size of L71m × W71m × H37m.

Drydocks World constructed the BorWin Gamma topside for Petrofac, Siemens and Tennet.

BorWin Gamma will provide an essential renewable offshore resource to meet increasing energy demands, transmitting electricity from connected offshore wind farms in the North Sea to mainland Germany.

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Up to 900 megawatts of electricity will be transmitted by the platform, providing enough clean wind power to supply the annual electricity consumption of more than one million German households.

The UAE’s heaviest load-out was completed during the BorWin Gamma project by skidding the 21,000T topside including the deck support frame structure, using a sophisticated hydraulic pulling system.

The system transferred the topside onto the heavy lift vessel for transportation to the North Sea.

Capt. Rado Antolovic Phd, the CEO and Managing Director of DP World’s Maritime Services Division said: “Drydocks World is a specialist in constructing large-scale offshore projects, and our highly-skilled team consistently completes safe & efficient solutions in all project work.

“This award validates the strong capabilities of our Dubai yard and positions us as a leader in providing innovative solutions to the energy sector in the UAE and worldwide.”

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