Work under construction

Gennaker 1 & 2 OHVS for TSO 50 Hertz - 2 x 450 MW

Sail Away Q4, 2026 - Take-over mid 2027 - TSO 50 Hertz

Two platforms Gennaker 1 (West) and 2 (East) by 50Hertz for the Gennaker offshore wind farm in the German Baltic Sea. The consortium HSI (HSM Offshore Energy, Smulders and Iv-Offshore & Energy) are responsible for the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of both substations and jackets.



Thor OHVS for RWE - 1060 MW

Sail Away Summer 2025 - Take-over Q4 2026 - RWE Renewables

RWE will build the Thor wind farm off the Danish west coast - approximately 22 kilometres from Thorsminde on the west coast of Jutland. With a planned capacity of 1000 MW, Thor will be Denmark’s largest offshore wind farm to date. HSM Offshore Energy will supply engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning of the offshore high voltage substation and it’s jacket foundation.



Ostwind 3 OHVS for TSO 50 Hertz - 300 MW

Sail Away Q4, 2025 - Take-over mid 2026 - TSO 50 Hertz

The Ostwind 3 offshore high voltage substation is located northeast of the island of Rügen. The consortium HSI (HSM Offshore Energy, Smulders and Iv-Offshore & Energy) will be responsible for the engineering, procurement, construction, installation, and commissioning of the substation and jacket.



N05-A Platform for ONE-Dyas

April 2024 - ONE-Dyas

ONE-Dyas discovered the N05-A field in August 2017. This field is partly located in the Dutch North Sea and partly in the German North Sea. Company will develop the N05-A field with a NNMI (Not Normally Manned installation) and APL (Autonomous Production Location) gas / condensate production process. The Living Quarter will be designed as a permanent manned installation, nevertheless the Platform N05-A will be operated as a NNMI. The export route is a pipeline to a side tap in the NGT. The platform is under construction in HSM Offshore Energy yard Schiedam.



Pre-Assembled Unit (PAU) for Shell

June 2023 - Shell Chemie BV

In order to use plastic waste to create new plastics, Shell has developed a solvent extraction process to clean the pyrolysis oil to make the it more suitable to feed into the existing processes.