Offshore Energy innovations Improved sustainable performance with methanol-fuelled cable lay vessels Royal IHC is exploring the use of methanol in our work vessels and the potential for methanol in the offshore market. Zero emission SOVs: the need for renewable offshore wind operations Royal IHC has developed zero-emission concepts to eliminate the emissions of high-end complex vessels. Connecting the dots to create intelligent SOV's The development of autonomous vessels is a hot topic in shipbuilding. This is certainly the case for the service operation vessels (SOV) being developed at... Learning the ropes Years ago, when Royal IHC’s attention began to focus on the emerging deep-sea markets, high strength fibre rope equipment became an important sector for us. For... Delta escort tugs: innovation at the heart of design The rising trade in LNG and plans for new LNG terminals have created a wider demand for escort tugs. Due to the increased gas carrier size and stricter... Handling the winds of change Wind farm monopile foundations are currently installed with either a jack-up or floating heavy lift vessel kept in position by moorings. Whereas jack-up vessels... Pagination Current page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Next page Next Get in touch Our experts will be pleased to discuss your requirements and your optimal solution with you.