Offshore wind contractor Eneti has announced that its subsidiary Seajacks has clinched two new contracts for its self-propelled jackup vessels, reports.

The Monaco-based owner and operator said employment has been secured for its smaller NG2500-class units in Northwest Europe for between 62 and 82 days.

The deals should generate between around $5.2m and $6.7m of revenue in 2023 and follow on from another vessel contract in the same region won in May.

The New York-listed Eneti in June agreed a merger deal with BW Group-backed offshore wind installation player Cadeler. The combination will result in the largest diversified fleet owned and operated by a single pure-play offshore wind turbine and foundation installation company with 10 ships on a fully-delivered basis.


FILE PHOTO: An Eneti jack-up at work