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UK company Utility ROV Services (URS) and Cyprus-based EDT Shipmanagement have signed an agreement to provide boulder clearance services to the offshore renewable energy industry using their combined resources. The agreement is based on an initial one-year period with options for extension.
Danish marine contractor Peter Madsen Rederi A/S (PMR) has completed the removal of boulders at the 385MW Arkona offshore wind farm in the German Baltic.
Triton Knoll Offshore Windfarm Ltd has applied to the UK’s Marine Management Organisation for a marine licence to undertake boulder clearance and seabed preparation works within the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm array zone.
Offshore Marine Management (OMM) has cleared 5,000+ boulders from a 30km area in the German Baltic Sea, creating the pathway for an export cable to connect an offshore wind farm to the shore landing site.
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.
Although the Rampion offshore wind farm is at a stage of looking at full commissioning, the project site recently saw boulder clearance and UXO identification works starting along one of its export cable routes, since the Rampion team has been replacing the initially installed export cables after identifying issues that would have affected the wind farm’s performance and longevity.
Vessels Edda Fonn and Voe Vanguard are on their way to the Rampion site to carry out boulder clearance and UXO identification on the CR4 export cable route, according to the project’s Notice to Mariners and vessels’ latest AIS data.
James Fisher Subsea Excavation (JFSE), part of James Fisher and Sons plc, has completed three projects at offshore wind farms in European waters.
Aberdeenshire-based remotely operated vehicle (ROV) and tooling engineering firm, Aleron Subsea, has won its first contract for its new hybrid TRACKROV technology which will see it supporting unexploded clearance work on an offshore wind project in the Netherlands.
After OMM completed a boulder removal campaign for a German offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea, Atlantic Marine – which supported the project with its Atlantic Tonjer vessel and ROGE ROV 2 boulder system – announced that the works had taken its total to over 30,000 targets removed, including boulders, UXO, scrap metals, wreckage and disused cables in the past five years.
Prysmian Group has signed a two-year framework agreement (FWA) extension with Bristol-based Offshore Marine Management (OMM) for the supply of a range of offshore support services to compliment Prysmian’s installation capacity.
DONG Energy is currently undertaking the necessary preparations to begin offshore works on the 1.2GW Hornsea Project One offshore wind farm which are scheduled to start in September.