Global controls technology leader Proserv is to supply its pioneering holistic cable monitoring system (CMS), ECG™, to Norwegian international energy company Equinor’s Hywind Scotland, which in 2017 became the world’s first commercial floating offshore wind farm, located off the coast of Peterhead, Aberdeenshire in north-east Scotland.
Infinera announces that the Asia-Africa-Europe-1 (AAE-1) Consortium, owner of one of the largest consortium cable systems in the world, selected Infinera’s ICE6 coherent 800G solution to increase its submarine network capacity and provide diverse, resilient connectivity across European, Asian, African, and Middle Eastern markets.
Ocean Specialists, Inc. (OSI), a global provider of specialized subsea technical services and marine operations, has announced the award of an Engineering, Procurement, Installation, and Commissioning (EPIC) contract for the testing and evaluation of prototype fiber-optic cables designed for deployment in saltwater.
Rotech Subsea was active in European waters again, facilitating a key inter array cable repair at an offshore wind farm on the Dutch Continental Shelf.
Subsea engineering services provider Peritus International have been awarded a study on inter-array cable stability for RWE’s Sofia Offshore Wind Farm, located on Dogger Bank in the center of the North Sea.
Ocean Specialists, Inc. (OSI), has successfully completed a feasibility study for a new submarine cable system in the Arabian Gulf for a prominent oil and gas operator.
Deploying its hotly anticipated new cable trenching tool - the RS1-3 - on its first commercial assignment, Aberdeen-based subsea suspended jet trenching and controlled flow excavation (CFE) specialist, Rotech Subsea, has completed a post-lay burial campaign for a series of multiple cable joints on a major offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea.
Nexans has won a contract with Ørsted and Eversource to install and protect the export cable link for the Revolution Wind Farm. The project will connect the wind farm to the onshore grid and help Connecticut and Rhode Island states achieve ongoing commitments to develop offshore wind.