Ørsted has signed a contract with the NHV Group for the provision of helicopter services on the Borssele I & II project, starting from May 2020. Flights will depart from NHV’s base in Zeeland to the Borssele I & II site, located 23 kilometres off the Dutch coast.NHV will support the project using an H145 aircraft. The company says that this aircraft’s high hoisting and hover performance and small footprint enable it to operate in performance class 1 conditions, while its compact airframe can manoeuvre in the confined environments of offshore wind farms.The Borssele I & II offshore wind project will comprise 94 Siemens Gamesa 8MW turbines, scheduled for commissioning by the end of 2020.Ørsted has already started building the operations and maintenance (O&M) base for the project in Vlissingen-Buitenhaven at the North Sea Port, the Netherlands.
CLAIRMONT, A.B. – The Fort St. John Huskies were in Clairmont on Tuesday night as they visited the JDA County Kings.There was almost no scoring throughout the first period as both teams could not net a goal.Then with 1:22 remaining in the frame, in a power play, Gary Loewen would score a goal with a feed from Matthew Apsassin and Aiden Craig-Steele making the score 1-0 over the Kings as they headed into period two.- Advertisement -At 1:42 into the second period, Brady Marzocco would score one on the Kings with assists by Chase Gregory and Gary Loewen making the score 2-0.It wouldn’t be until period three when another goal would be scored.With 5:56 remaining in the game, Alex Nimmo would score a goal with a feed from Dean Whitcomb and Aiden Craig-Steele.Advertisement The Pups would not allow the Kings to score a single goal, with the game ending in the Huskies favour of 3-0.Currently, in the NWJHL Standings, the Huskies are currently tied in first with Dawson Creek Junior Canucks with 40 points each.Current NWJHL League Standings as of January 30. Source NWJHLUp next, the Huskies are home this Friday, February 1, as they host the North Peace Navigators. Game time is 8:00 p.m. at the North Peace Arena.Advertisement read more