A comprehensive report investigating the O&M jack-up intervention activity (major component replacement) across more than 100 wind farms tracking over 900 combined years of operation. The analyses are based on AIS data collection and provide the exact whereabouts of over 30 jack-up vessels active in offshore wind O&M between January 2012 and December 2022. The report will give you a complete understanding of the offshore wind major component replacement market and enables you to make data-driven decisions.
- O&M jack-up market overview
- O&M jack-up interventions by projects and blade campaigns
- OEM turbine benchmarks for O&M jack-up interventions
- Vessel benchmarks for O&M jack-up interventions
- Impact of met-ocean conditions on O&M jack-up interventions
- The report is a 50-page in-depth report with 35 figures
- Fully understand the offshore wind major component replacement market
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Key Questions About Major Component Replacement
In the offshore wind industry, jack-up interventions are characterized by the need for a jack-up vessel to perform major component replacements at offshore wind turbines as part of Operations and Maintenance activities. Further, they constitute a significant proportion of operational expenditures for the industry.
Some of the main questions in the industry are:
- How often do jack-up interventions occur?
- How long does a jack-up intervention take?
- Are there differences in the characteristics of jack-up interventions considering different wind turbine suppliers, vessel operators, or large campaigns?
- How is the availability of jack-up vessels O&M jack-up interventions market?
- What is the impact of metocean conditions on jack-up interventions?
This report presents the results of a detailed O&M jack-up intervention study that covers insights into 108 operational offshore wind farms globally as well as data from 40 jack-up vessels that are or have been active in the offshore wind industry since 2012.