Deep Blue Cable, the developer of a state-of-the-art subsea fibre-optic system providing connectivity across the Caribbean islands and to the Americas, announces that its Director of Marine Services, Glenn Lipsham, and Director of Permitting, Nigel lrvine, will present at SubOptic 2019, taking place at the New Orleans Marriott in New Orleans, Louisiana.

DeepBlueCableOn Tuesday, April 9, 2019, Mr. Irvine and Mr. Lipsham will present highlights from a co-authored paper titled, “The Continued Justification for Comprehensive Marine Surveys to Ensure Successful Route Engineering and Project Permitting” during the event’s poster session. Mr. Irvine has 30 years of experience working in marine survey and cable installation, specifically in the planning, operation and maintenance, environmental and legal and regulatory aspects of these industries. Joining him to present the paper is his co-author, Mr. Lipsham. Mr. Lipsham has over 20 years of experience as a Senior Marine and Terrestrial Operations Manager. He is an expert on planning, provisioning and operating submarine cables, including wholly owned and consortia cable systems.

glenn lipsham 1Glenn Lipsham, Director of Marine Services, Deep Blue Cable

The co-authors will discuss the importance of ensuring comprehensive surveys are completed during the process of submarine cable planning, permitting and installation. They will provide a real project example to help demonstrate how to potentially help mitigate risks to existing and future-planned cable systems and the marine environment in which they are deployed.

nigel irvine 2Nigel Irvine, Director of Permitting, Deep Blue Cable

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