Australian shipbuilder Strategic Marine has started 2012 strongly, signing contracts to build eight 20 metre offshore wind farm
crew transfer vessels (including options) for the European market.
The company will also be establishing a Service Network in Europe to support the vessels it will be supplying to clients in the region.
The vessels will be managed by Njord Offshore, a subsidiary of Norse Management UK, which has a long history in the marine industry.
Strategic Marine's Chief Marketing Officer, Terry O'Connor said the 20 metre catamarans were designed by world-renowned ship designer
BMT Nigel Gee and will be built at the company’s Singapore shipyard.
"We are absolutely thrilled that the management team at Njord Offshore chose Strategic Marine to build their fleet of offshore
wind farm support vessels," Mr O'Connor said.
"The signing of these contracts fulfils our aim of entering the rapidly expanding offshore wind farm support vessel market in Europe
and sets us on our ultimate path to become the market leader for this type of vessel.
"Strategic Marine has a vast amount of experience in building boats for the offshore oil and gas sector, which we can draw-on to
provide high quality, high speed, reliable vessels to meet the needs of the offshore wind farm industry."
When delivered later this year, the multipurpose vessels will be among the most sophisticated in the market, built to DNV Class
Rules (+IAI HSLC R2 Wind Farm Service 1). Each vessel will be powered by twin MTU 8V2000M72 engines and be capable of speeds in excess
of 25 knots.
Tom Mehew, commercial Director of Njord Offshore said the company was delighted to be building its vessels with Strategic Marine.
"The vessels' design and features incorporate feedback from all levels of the European offshore windfarm industry and we believe that
Strategic Marine's experience in building high speed, high quality aluminium craft, makes it the ideal partner to deliver these vessels."
BMT Nigel Gee’s Technical Director, Ed Dudson said: "The signing of these contracts cements the Teaming Agreement between Strategic Marine
and BMT Nigel Gee in September 2011.
"This 20 metre boat is the first in a range of offshore wind farm support vessels developed specifically for Strategic Marine. The
design is based on a well proven hull form that encompasses excellent fuel economy as well as superior seakeeping," Mr Dudson said.
An innovative community renewables project in Orkney has received £1.35m from the Scottish Government’s Local Energy Challenge Fund.
Scotland’s first ever National Marine Plan has been published today by Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead. The plan recognises fishing and ports along with the more recently emerging addition to scottish waters, offshore wind and marine renewable energy. It also includes sectoral plans for offshore wind, wave and tidal energy.
The port has a perfect location for servicing the offshore wind farm during the construction phase and for serving as support port during the following 25 to 30-year production and maintenance period.
RenewableUK welcomed official Government statistics today which showed that renewable electricity provided a record percentage of supply in the last quarter of 2014, reaching 22%.
Work has now commenced in Norfolk to install the underground cables and construct the substations that will enable electricity produced by the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm to be distributed into the UK National Grid electricity network.
DBB Jack-Up’s new purpose-built vessel J/U WIND SERVER commenced a new important contract to help bring green electricity to 320,000 German households.
Osiris Projects is rebranding as Bibby HydroMap as of the 26th March 2015. A specialist seabed survey company, the UK based Osiris Projects was acquired by Bibby Line Group in May 2012 but has continued to operate under its own name since then.
Today Ed Davey revealed at the Policy Exchange event in London, that the next CfD allocation round is going to commence from 21st October 2015, the CfD will conclude March 2016.
The Belgian Transmission System Operator (TSO), will rely on Nexans extra-high voltage cable systems for the major Stevin project to reinforce Belgium’s high voltage power grid. The cable will be used to support offshore wind power to be brought ashore and the interconnector 'NEMO Link' connecting the UK and Belgium.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) announced today that it has executed a wind energy research lease with the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy (DMME).
Nordsee One GmbH of Hamburg orders AMBAU GmbH to design and produce 54 monopiles and transition pieces for Nordsee One“-project.In October 2014, AMBAU has already started with the “Detailed Design” of the foundations and is about to be certified.
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), in collaboration with the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult, is offering free component testing to support the development of wave and tidal energy converters.
Aldersgate Group has begun the recruitment of five new corporate members: DONG Energy (UK), Siemens UK, Vattenfall UK, Interserve and BuroHappold. The five companies have joined Aldersgate Group to enhance the the groups profile in renewable energy.
One or more of Tidal Transit's personnel transfer vessels (PTVs) have been on charter to the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm for almost three years.
Wind turbine manufacturer Suzlon yesterday announced it had received approval for the €1bn sale of Senvion, CDR EG (Corporate Debt Restructuring Empowered Group) has backed the sale of Senvion stake, also issuing up to 100 crores equity shares of the company on preferential basis.
On January 22, 2015 BOEM received two unsolicited lease requests from AW Hawaii Wind, LLC (AWH), the Oahu Northwest Project and the Oahu South Project.
Friday night (20th March 2015) was full of heavy activity at Bladt’s site in Aalborg. At 04.40 am Saturday morning, the first loadout of four anode cages and transition pieces for Gode Wind Offshore Wind Farm was finished in approximately 16 hours making it a great success.
Viktor Lenac Shipyard has successfully completed a complex conversion of the cable lay barge 'Cable Enterprise' for Prysmian Powerlink Services Ltd, UK, a subsidiary of Prysmian Group. The barge was redelivered on 13 March 2015 on mutual satisfaction of the owner and the shipyard having a total project value exceeding 22 million Euros.
Fred. Olsen Windcarrier’s installation vessel Bold Tern reached a milestone on 19 March 2015 when turbine number 40 was successfully installed on the Butendiek project – bringing the installation campaign to its halfway mark.
Siem Offshore Inc. has decided to streamline its business by forming one dedicated organisation for its core offshore vessel business named “Siem Offshore OSV”.
Dalby Offshore Services and Scarborough Borough Council formally agreed Heads of Terms for the long term lease on Endeavour Wharf, Whitby at the meeting of the Council’s Cabinet on the 17th March 2015.
ABB has won orders worth around $900 million from a consortium comprising leading utilities Statnett and TenneT as well as promotional bank KfW to supply on-shore high-voltage direct current (HVDC) converter stations and the cable system in the German sector that will facilitate the first ever interconnection between the Norwegian and German power grids.
Northland Power Inc., Toronto ("Northland") and RWE Innogy GmbH, Essen (“RWE”), today announced that the €1.2 billion Nordsee One project has reached financial close, with all of the equity contributed to the project and all debt required for the project now fully committed by the project lenders.
Offshore wind market leader DONG Energy has awarded a contract to Atkins for engineering design services for three offshore substations at DONG Energy's proposed Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm.
ENTSO-E Chairman "In order to achieve Europe's targets on renewables, climate, energy efficiency and on competitiveness and security of supply, Member States have to acknowledge the interdependence of their energy policy decisions and co-ordinate them much better"
Gemini offshore wind farm are still in the process of assembling its onshore and offshore substations, the work started in 2014 and is expected to finish this year with installation to follow. The 210km of cable connecting the two substations will be installed by Van Oord who have a 10% stake in a consortium with Siemens and NV HVC, export cables are due for completion this year.
The Oslo-based NGO Bellona Foundation has launched a three year partnership with the leading Dutch company Damen Shipyards Group. The main goal of the partnership is to explore and develop concept vessels for the future.
For the renewable energy sector, the most significant part of today’s Budget speech was the announcement by the Chancellor George Osborne that the Government is opening talks with Tidal Lagoon Power on providing financial support for the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project.
As set out in the National Infrastructure Plan, we are exploring the potential of a future tidal lagoon programme. Tidal power is a major economic and energy opportunity for the UK – and tidal lagoons could form a key element of this.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has signed a Letter of Intent with ABB, for a seabed clearance and trenching project on the £1.2 billion Caithness-Moray electricity transmission link project. ESS will prepare the route for the 100-mile interconnector cable.
RWE Innogy, in partnership with the operator of Eneco Luchterduinen offshore wind farm, has successfully completed the trial of an innovative offshore buoy for measuring wind and wave data in the Netherlands.
In the todays budget proposal released by George Osborne, the UK Chancellor of Exchequer has announced that they are 'Opening negotiations on the Swansea Tidal Lagoon'. This is a positive move forward in that not only does it imply the securing of the final decision from the Secretary of State (which must be decided within 3 months) but DECC will begin formal subsidy negotiations with Tidal Lagoon Power.
More than seven in ten Scottish adults (71%) polled last month (February 2015) said they supported the continued development of wind power as part of our energy mix, compared to 64% in February 2013.
In a speech at the conference on the 'Renewable Energy Solutions for Today's Challenges and Tomorrow's World', organised in Brussels, Miguel Arias Cañete, EC Commissioner in charge of Climate Action and Energy presents his vision in making the Energy Union a reality.
Wind Farm Service Vessel subscribers can now upgrade to new report which includes detailed supply and demand for Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs) and Service Operations Vessels (SOVs). With 58 figures teh subscribers access unparalleled insight into current CTV fleet utilisation based on known contracts and AIS data tracking. Utilisation trends are analysed by operator, LOA and country. O&M strategies of park operators are considered and used, along with real observations of vessel requirements and a realistic projection of market growth to provide detailed future CTV and SOV demand.
Deltares has highlighted in a report today highlighting a conflict of requirements between EU governments over cross-border maritime spatial planning.
DONG Energy has awarded a £21.8 million contract to J. Murphy & Sons Limited for construction of an onshore substation for the Race Bank offshore wind farm development project.
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) and The Crown Estate have published a report on the performance of subsea cabling in high energy environments to support the development of commercial wave and tidal energy sites.
UK Government's House of Lords EU Committee has spoken out over the conflict of interests within the North Sea, advising having a conference after calling on North Sea Member States to co-operate in developing a Marine plan
Scottish Renewables, the voice of Scotland’s renewable energy sector, can today (March 17) announce the appointment of its new Chairman and Vice-Chairman.
11th March 2015 commenced the start of construction for the 144MW project Westermeerwind, it started with the ramming and piling of the first 48 foundations at Ijsselmeer.
China Ming Yang Wind Power Group Limited ("Ming Yang" or "the Company") (NYSE: MY) today announced that its super compact drive ("SCD") offshore wind turbine prototype of 6.5MW platform.
De Vries & Van de Wiel, part of the Belgian dredging, hydraulic engineering and environmental solutions group DEME (sales over 2.5 billion euros in 2013), has commissioned Nauplius Workboats to convert a high-speed ship into a survey vessel for hydrographic research.
ABB wins $155 million order to power large North Sea oilfield. High voltage direct current (HVDC) power system will transmit energy over 200 kilometers from land to offshore platforms of Statoil’s Johan Sverdrup oil field development.
Cuxport has signed an agreement with Siemens covering logistics operations for services for the following offshore converter platforms: BorWin 2, HelWin 1, HelWin 2 and SylWin 1. The long-term contract will come into effect in May this year.
Robert E. Derecktor Inc. (Derecktor Shipyard) and Damen Shipyard Group (DAMEN) have entered into a license agreement authorizing Derecktor to act as an official builder of DAMEN designs. Derecktor will now offer its customers the best in Pilot Boats and Wind Farm Support Vessels by combining the wide range and international experience of DAMEN designs with its own American craftsmanship.
Ad Hoc Marine Designs Ltd has announced the signing of design contract for a 26m Typhoon Class SWATH Crew Transfer Vessel with Lung Teh Shipbuilding (LTS) in Taiwan. The 26m Typhoon Class SWATH has been ordered by Renewable Energy Support Ltd (RES Ltd) and will be operated by Maritime Craft Services (Clyde) Ltd (MCS). The contract is initially for one vessel with the option of a further five vessels.
The Xiangshui Offshore Wind Farm will feature China’s first offshore substation equipped with ABB’s full range of power equipment in a relay station that delivers wind power to onshore transformer stations. With a total installed capacity of 201 MW, the Xiangshui Offshore Wind Farm will be equipped with 37 sets of 4 MW wind turbines and 18 sets of 3 MW wind turbines.
TenneT invested EUR 2.3 billion in 2014; investment plan for next ten years totals approx. EUR 20 billion. In 2014, transmission system operator TenneT again made significant investments in its Dutch and German grids.
The ECOWindS Consortium welcome the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult to the ECOWindS project as an official third party associated partner.
From 1 July 2015, Windcat 34 will work on EnBW Baltic 2 in the German Baltic Sea. The vessel will work from the port of Rostock. A five-year contract was signed by FRS Windcat Offshore Logistics (FWOL) and EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG at the EWEA Offshore conference in Copenhagen on 12 March.
ABB has won an order worth around $130 million from DONG Energy, the Danish integrated energy company, to supply a high-voltage cable system that will bring power from the Walney Extension wind park off the northwest coast of England to more than a million people in the United Kingdom.
Hull and Humber’s emerging renewable energy sector is being promoted across Europe through a series of international exhibitions that are being supported by the Green Port Growth Programme (GPGP).
DONG Energy has today (12 March 2015) signed an agreement with the Jan De Nul Group for the installation of subsea export cables at the Race Bank offshore wind development project in the UK.
The first Boom Lock© was completed in January, consequently installed on GeoSea’s Neptune, and has undergone its final performance trials last weekend. During these tests in stormy conditions at the REBO site in the port of Ostend the Boom Lock© actually outperformed the design specs by keeping a 6MW-turbine blade steady in wind gusts of up to 20 m/s.
EnBW and CWind announced today at EWEA 2015 in Copenhagen, that their joint implementation of the first satellite communication system in remote management of temporary power supply in the offshore wind industry is passing its test with flying colours.
Siemens presents new SWT-7.0-154 wind turbine at EWEA Offshore conference in Copenhagen, Today, the market leader in offshore raises the bar yet again: Introducing a generator upgrade to seven megawatt (MW), the new Siemens SWT-7.0-154 delivers nearly ten percent more energy production than the predecessor under offshore wind conditions while retaining the same proven reliability.
DONG Energy has chosen Siemens as preferred supplier for delivery of their 7.0MW wind turbine for the second phase of the Walney Extension Offshore Wind Farm. DONG Energy looks forward to the continued cooperation with Siemens and welcomes the news that the project will be contributing to the ramp up of production at the new Siemens factory in Hull on the British east coast.
Over the past seven years Jan De Nul Group has considerably expanded its fleet and as a result the group now owns a state-of-the-art dredging fleet. Nowadays Jan De Nul Group is adjusting its investment strategy and is now more than ever focusing on niche markets.
CWind, a leading provider of integrated services in the offshore wind industry, has today announced that is has taken the decision to invest in excess of fourteen million GBP in six new build, state of the art crew transfer vessels.
The Planning Inspectorate issued a report of recommendation to the Secretary of State on 10 March 2015. The Secretary of State has 3 months in which to issue a decision.
Today the GICON Group launched a stand-alone website dedicated to the GICON® SOF – Germany’s first Floating Offshore Foundation.
Hamburg-based Opus Marine has signed an order for a Twin Axe hull Fast Crew Supplier (FCS) from Damen Shipyards Group. The FCS 2610, being constructed at Damen Shipyards Singapore, will be the first Damen vessel in Opus Marine’s fleet.
IDEOL, a fast-growing French start-up specialized in floating foundations for the offshore wind industry, and Hitachi Zosen (Hitz), a major Japanese industrial and engineering company, have signed an agreement for the design, the engineering and the construction of floating offshore wind turbines in Japan using IDEOL’s patented « Damping Pool » solution.
Offshore Structures (Britain) Limited– OSB – saw the daylight in November last year. The British company is established as a joint venture between the German company EEW Special Pipe Construction GmbH and the Danish company Bladt Industries A/S.
Market developments indicate that in the future even more powerful turbines will be located in deeper water. In anticipation of this, Sif Group enhances its production capacity up to 11 meters diameter and a maximum weight of 2.000 tons.
Gamesa and Areva have signed today the final agreements, closing the transaction and creating Adwen, a joint venture dedicated to offshore wind. The joint-venture is responsible for the design, manufacturing, installation, commissioning and services of offshore wind turbines.
Senvion SE, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Suzlon Group, the world’s fifth-largest* manufacturer of wind turbines, finished commissioning and initial test phase of the prototype of the Senvion 6.2M152.
AXYS Technologies Inc (AXYS) is pleased to announce the unprecedented deployment of two (2) dual-LiDAR WindSentinel floating LiDAR systems, utilising the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult’s offshore anemometry mast.
Officially being launched at the Offshore 2015 Copenhagen Exhibition organized by EWEA, the new 27m Cat-SWATH from Danish Yachts will offer the offshore industry a more secure, safe and stable platform out at sea, whilst not only alleviating seasickness onboard, but offering a higher availability to its operators in challenging waters.
Acta Marine has acquired Offshore Wind Services B.V. (OWS) of Rotterdam, including the UK subsidiary OWPMS Ltd. OWS owns 10 Crew Transfer Vessel that are operated to transfer technicians and parts to- and from offshore wind turbines.
More than 199 technicians and 200 small businesses in the North East have benefited from a European Regional Development Funded project (ERDF) related to offshore wind and marine training, delivered by the Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult.
In order to meet the increasingly complex demands of the burgeoning European offshore wind industry,
CTruk is offering what it believes to be an ideal solution, a 26m Semi-SWATH vessel in collaboration with
BMT Nigel Gee.
The FLiDAR floating LiDAR buoy provided on-site wind measurements and resulted in a considerable development time and cost saving compared to a traditional meteorological mast.
Today a special website goes live where relevant stakeholders can provide feedback on the development of an offshore electricity grid. For some time, TenneT has been consulting stakeholders on technology and planning. The website will also be used to post information about the topics currently on the agenda, the choices made, and the considerations underlying them.
Since the launch of its first-of-class CTruk MPC22 late last year, the East Anglia-based workboat designer and builder has incorporated performance feedback into future builds to enhance seaworthiness, whilst ensuring that the vessel remains a cost-effective option from both capital outlay and operating cost perspectives.
Mitsui & Co., Ltd. has entered into an agreement to invest in Gonvarri Eólica, S.L. ("Gonvarri Eolica"). Gonvarri Eolica controls the GRI Renewable Industries Group ("GRI") of Spain, which is the world's leading manufacturer of wind turbine towers and flanges for wind power generation.
Van Oord will deploy the Nexus, its first cable-laying vessel for constructing offshore wind parks, with a two-day event on the Wilhelminakade in Rotterdam.
PIRIOU just secured a new order for a wind farm support vessel, the WFSV 26w (*) “OCEAN WIND 8 OF HARTLEPOOL”. Built by PIRIOU in Vietnam, “OCEAN WIND 8 OF HARTLEPOOL” will be delivered to AIS (Marine) 2 Limited at the end of March 2015 in Europe to be operated in the North Sea.
he installation of 52 more wind turbines in the second phase of the Bac Lieu wind power plant project began on Tuesday at Vinh Trach Dong commune in Bac Lieu city of the Mekong Delta region.
6th March 2015 - The Developers Göteborg Energi are currently considering appealing the land and environment courts negative judgement.
Ofgem is today consulting on proposals to approve the need for three new electricity interconnectors. These could be built by 2020 and provide around 3.4GW of electricity capacity. Two of the interconnectors will connect GB’s electricity system with France and one with Denmark.
The company's latest contract is a little different however; it will be supplying its vessel Katie Louise and her crew to be used to wash the towers of the 88 wind turbines which make up the Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm, located between 9-17 miles off the coast of North Norfolk in the Greater Wash.
Royal IHC (IHC) has integrated four of its business units – IHC Hydrohammer, IHC Handling Systems, IHC Sea Steel and IHC Fundex Equipment – into one new organization, which will operate under the name IHC IQIP.
The Offshore Wind Programme Board, (OWPB), set up to remove barriers to deployment and deliver a programme for industry cost reduction in the UK offshore wind sector, has published its Annual Report for 2014.
Block Island wind farm, the first offshore development in the USA, has successfully reached financial close. Mott MacDonald was lenders’ technical advisor during the project’s due diligence phase and is now monitoring construction as independent engineer in an ongoing role.
Omaezaki Port Project's Public offering/Request For Proposal (RFP) has been postponed by the Shizuoka Prefecture's construction committee, as concerns have been raised by the Japanese Air-self Defense Force(JASDF) that the proposed turbines will cause interference to the JASDF's nearby radar.
Coal use must be reduced says PR China's Premier Li Keqiang. Cutting energy intensity was listed as one of the major development goals by Premier Li Keqiang. China is the worlds largest consumer of coal and intends to "put great weight" behind the development of wind power
The discussion in Plymouth is expected to focus on the technology advances that have been made over the past 12 months, finance and funding support necessary to enable further technology development and the deployment of pilot wave and tidal projects, and available opportunities for developing a UK supply chain.
Iceni Marine's latest vessel, Iceni Venture, was formally launched at St Katherine's dock in London today. The 22m vessel was built by Southboats IOW and is part of a three boat order. sister vessel Iceni Vengeance is on schedule for delivery in the coming weeks.
Halfdan Brustad, VP Renewable Energy Statoil, stated that Statoil will improve efficiency of construction and Operations & Maintenance of Dudgeon Offshore Windfarm to bring about a 26% cost reduction vs Sheringham Shoal OWF.
During his presentation at the SNS conference in Norwich today, Johnathan Cole, MD ScottishPower Renewables, developers of East Anglia 1 (EA1), stated that the cost of offshore wind was falling faster than predicted.
Rhenus Offshore Logistics has just started a consolidation service this month with fixed prices for cargo runs to wind parks out at sea. Customers can now arrange supply and disposal services for their platforms and the ships operating at the ... read more
In the field of energy politics Taiwan pursues a long-term strategy in order to reduce CO2 emissions. One part of this strategy is the development and expansion of power generation in offshore wind farms.
Schmidbauer the specialist services company has been awarded the contract for Eemshaven harbour operations for Gode Wind and Gemini.
$1.1 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to further develop HiDef’s Collision Avoidance Technology (C.A.T.) hailed as " a pragmatic approach” says HiDef and should help all understand how birds and bats avoid wind turbines.
Phase one of the 125MW Kashima Port project is to start construction of onshore substation by end of this year, followed by start of monopile and turbine installation in 2016.
RWE extends Peter Terium‘s mandate as Chief Executive Officer of RWE AG to 2021 / Uwe Tigges reappointed as member of RWE AG Executive Board.
Energy and Climate Change Committee report today regarding Implementation of EMR MP's expressed concerns over National Grid's potential conflicts of interest, that the system is challenging for smaller companies, and that the CfD and Capacity Market mechanisms is pulling in opposite directions.
Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £12 million scheme to develop an onshore substation to facilitate the transfer of electricity from the Burbo Bank Extension wind farm in North Wales to the National Grid for DONG Energy.
Deepwater Wind Block Island has fully financed the Block Island Wind Farm, reaching financial close on the $290 million (€259,6 million) in project financing. The price for the subsidy is €219/MWh for 20 years, twice the price announced by the Danish Energy Agency last week for Horns Rev 3 at €103.1 .. read more
New premium service report for Wind Farm Service Vessel subscribers has been published which includes access to a detailed supply and demand report for Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs) and Service Operations Vessels (SOVs). With 58 figures the report provides unparalleled insight into current CTV fleet utilisation based on known contracts and AIS data tracking. Utilisation trends are analysed by operator, LOA and country. O&M strategies of park operators are considered and used, along with real observations of vessel requirements and a realistic projection of market growth to provide detailed future CTV and SOV demand.
Njord Odin, the first of four 26m IPS Crew Vessels to be delivered this year, and Njord Offshore promises that the vessel series will bring new levels of operational capability and comfort to the offshore windfarm industry.
The polling also revealed that over 90% of people underestimate public support for wind power in the UK. The use of wind energy enjoys consistently high popularity ratings of 70%, but those surveyed thought approval ratings were only 40%.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has signed a Letter of Intent with ABB, the leading firm within power and automation technologies, for a seabed clearance and trenching project in the north of Scotland.
Ms Sturgeon believes now is the time for greater ambition and insists the UK Government must act immediately to provide confidence to the offshore wind industry, ensuring there is sufficient budget allocated to auctions to deliver the large-scale deployment and cost reduction that we have seen in onshore wind.
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