Eneti Inc., a former Scorpio Bulkers led by Emanuele Lauro, today announced that it has stopped talks with a U.S. shipyard to build a ship dedicated to installing wind turbines under the Jones Act. . It was not immediately clear what construction site would be blocked, but Glauco’s son – in – law Lolli Ghetti said in late 2020 that Fincantieri had begun a conversation with Fincasntieri, a US – based subsidiary of the Marine Group Llc. On the other hand, there are already two new buildings Ordered by NT from South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering.
“We hope the U.S. Maritime Air Market will present significant opportunities for the company in the future, but at this time we are focused on fulfilling our current obligations and gaining value from our current fleet,” Eneti’s CEO explained.
The same company today at the same time as its subsidiary Seajacks UK Limited is active in managing ships for the installation and maintenance of coastal wind farms, signing four agreements with European customers for expected applications between 189 and 240 days. Its charter of NG2500 ships is expected to generate between $ 11.6 million and $ 14.3 million this year.
In late December, NT announced that Sejacks Scylla, another ship of Seajacks UK Limited, had signed an agreement with Von Urd to use this division of work in Europe in 2023: the charter would generate approximately $ 60 million in revenue. From the first quarter of 2023 to the fourth quarter.