CTC Marine Projects Exhibit at Offshore Wind 2011 (UK)


CTC Marine Projects (CTC), a leading global operator of technically advanced marine trenching vehicles, will be exhibiting and presenting at the forthcoming Offshore Wind, Renewables UK Conference in Liverpool, on 29-30 June 2011.

CTC, who plays an active role in the global supply chain of Offshore Wind power, has 20 years of experience and provides cable installation and burial solutions in the most challenging environments. The company will be showcasing its vast fleet of trenching and burial tools on stand 150, including a scale model of the UT-1 Ultra Trencher, known to be the most powerful jet trenching Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) in the world.

Join CTC at its workshop presentation, which will take place on the second day of the event in Room 14 within the conference centre. The team will be addressing ‘Wind Farm Cable Protection – How Geotechnical and Operational Know-how Defines Successful Solutions’. This will focus on what is Burial Protection Index, choosing the right tool for the job and drawing out pertinent lessons from successful investment in the telecoms and oil and gas markets.



Source: subseauk, June 24, 2011; Image: offshore-technology