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Stockton-based supplier of fabrication and engineering services Francis Brown has fabricated and installed a 700Te carousel for Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) which will be used for the storage of spare cables for UK offshore wind farm projects.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has completed a 14-day seabed clearance project on the Beatrice Offshore Windfarm Ltd project, located approximately 13km off the Caithness coast.
Aberdeenshire-based Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has been awarded a GBP 3 million contract by an international infrastructure group to design and build a 1,500-ton carousel and associated spread. The carousel will be used for the storage of spare cables required for UK offshore wind farm projects and will be located at an undisclosed port on UK's north […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has extended a trenching scope on the 350MW Wikinger offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea with the award of a seabed clearance project. The Scottish company was last year awarded a contract by main contractor Prysmian Group to carry out pre-cut seabed trenching, prior to cable laying, on Iberdrola’s 70-turbine […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems Ltd (ESS), a Scottish subsea technology company, has been awarded a £5 million contract to design, build and operate a cable-lay system for a European utilities provider, which remains unnamed for now. ESS will support the array cable lay and pull-in component of a wind farm project located off the Humber Estuary […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has completed a £4.7 million boulder clearing and pre-lay trenching project which it claims has been one of the most successful ever conducted for the wind energy sector. As subcontractor to Siem Offshore Contractors (SOC), the Banchory-based subsea specialist completed 86 boulder clearing passes followed by 172 first and multi-passes over […]
Subsea technology specialist, Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has moved to larger premises as it prepares for significant business growth. ESS was established in 1996 and has a number of innovative patented technologies, including the SCAR plough and trenching system, which is in demand for specialist projects in the oil and gas and renewables sectors. The […]
Subsea technology company, Ecosse Subsea Systems Ltd, (ESS) has seen revenue in the last financial year more than double to £4.85 million and forecasts turnover in the current year will pass the £6.5 million mark. The Aberdeen-based specialist engineering firm will post pre-tax profit of £600,000 to March 2012, while the current financial year has […]
Subsea specialists Marin Group and Ecosse Subsea Systems have formed an alliance to offer a one-stop excavation and trenching service to the oil, gas and renewables industries worldwide. The association brings together Marin Group's pioneering Evo System suite of mass-flow excavation, claycutting and jet sled technology and Ecosse Subsea Systems’ highly versatile SCAR plough for […]
Aberdeen-based Ecosse Subsea Systems has marked its 15th anniversary with news that turnover has again increased. (subseauk) [mappress] Source: subseauk, August 29, 2011
Ecosse Subsea has increased its turnover and underlying earnings in the current financial year largely due to a number of completed offshore wind and interconnector projects, the company said.
This October, Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) officially completed its work at the Wikinger offshore wind farm under a contract with Prysmian, the company in charge of the supply and installation of the inter-array cables at the 350MW German wind farm.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has mobilised the Noordhoek Pathfinder vessel to support seabed clearance at an offshore wind farm site off the coast of north-west England, which the company left unnamed.
Tideway, a subsidiary of DEME, has awarded Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) a seabed clearance contract for Hornsea Project One export cables. ESS will deploy its SCAR2 Seabed System along a 25-metre corridor from an anchor handling vessel.
With global offshore wind expenditure expected to rise to over GBP 350 billion between now and 2026, subsea companies have a huge opportunity to step up and play their part in helping to meet the world’s renewable energy targets, according to Subsea UK.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) today (27 July) informed that it had designed, built and delivered a 700Te carousel to a major international infrastructure group, which will be used for the storage of cables required for UK offshore wind farm projects. ESS did not disclose the name of the client.
Ahead of the construction start of the Beatrice offshore wind farm in April, Siem Offshore is set to begin with boulder removal and SCAR plough campaign at the project site as of 8 March.
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) informed today that it had benefited as an ‘early adopter’ as it moved from its traditional focus in oil and gas into the renewables and interconnector markets. The company said its turnover in the current financial year will double to GBP 23-25 million, with profits jumping to around GBP 5 million and staff […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) is to invest up to GBP 3 million in developing a water-jetting tool which could potentially ''double trench production rates in seabed trenching operations.'' The subsea and engineering technology company has awarded a contract to Northumberland-based Osbit to be the lead detail design and development provider for the SCARJet subsea vehicle […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has been hired by JD-Contractor to perform pre-cut trenching works on the 600MW Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea. Energinet.dk plans to install two 220kV submarine export cables and a 9km connecting cable between two offshore platforms. ESS commercial director, Keith McDermott, said: “To support the installation scope ESS […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has been awarded its second Baltic Sea renewables project. The Scottish subsea technology company has been appointed by main contractor Prysmian Group to carry out pre-cut seabed trenching prior to Prysmian’s cable laying on the Wikinger offshore wind farm. The 350 MW Wikinger project is Iberdrola’s first offshore project in Germany. Located in […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has acquired MASfab, an English fabrication business, for an undisclosed sum. MASfab provides a range of fabrication, welding and construction services to the oil, gas and renewables sectors. As part of the deal MASfab has been awarded a seven-figure valued contract to manufacture the latest version of ESS’s SCAR subsea plough […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems Ltd (ESS) more than trebled profits to £3.4 million and increased revenue by 88% to £15.6 million according to its latest published accounts. The Aberdeenshire-based subsea engineering specialist attributed the phenomenal growth to a diversification from its traditional oil and gas market in to renewables and interconnectors. ESS has developed technologies which […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has signed a Letter of Intent with ABB for a seabed clearance and trenching project in the north of Scotland. The Aberdeenshire-based subsea technology firm will prepare the route for the 100-mile interconnector cable at the centre of SHE Transmission’s £1.2 billion Caithness-Moray transmission link project. Depending on the final scope […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has completed client-witnessed trials of its Ambient Lifting technology at a research and development facility in Aberdeenshire. Banchory-based ESS is a subsea technology company which designs and manufactures a number of pioneering technologies which are deployed in the traditional oil and gas sector and renewables industries. Ambient Lifting works by decoupling the subsea load from […]
Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS) has successfully completed a major boulder clearance and seabed preparation campaign on behalf of one of the leading energy groups in northern Europe, DONG Energy. The subsea engineering specialist cleared almost 50,000 boulders and other obstructions from 33 routes spread over a distance of 40km at the Westermost Rough wind farm, […]