Okeanus Science & Technology, LLC (Okeanus), an established marine equipment and engineering service provider, has announced that it provided equipment to marine survey leader TerraSond in support of its recent Wind Farm survey work off of the East Coast of the United States.

2 okeanuslogo“Okeanus is proud to provide TerraSond the tools necessary to ensure safe, efficient, and productive surveys are conducted in the Atlantic. TerraSond has been an absolute pleasure to work with, and we’re looking forward to a productive long-term relationship,” said Benton LeBlanc, Managing Director of Okeanus. “Okeanus prides itself as being a turnkey provider of rental equipment, and we supply our customers with the tools to conduct their operations safely and within budget. From the deck of the vessel to the seafloor, Okeanus has packaged solutions that accomplish just that.”

Okeanus provided a DT-302AEMR 2HP Electric Slip Ring Winch, DT-210EHLWR 10HP Electro-Hydraulic Slip Ring Winch, DT-1015EHLWR 15HP Electro-Hydraulic Slip Ring Winch, 19’ Over-the-Side Pole and adapter for USBL mobilization, modified 5-Ton SWL A-Frame for towing dual arrays, and DT-15HPU 15HP HPU for efficient launch and retrieval of the A-Frame onboard TerraSond’s chartered vessel, M/V Gerry Bordelon.

“Okeanus and their team played a large part in the quick and efficient mobilization of the geophysical survey suite. Their equipment is well-built to withstand the offshore environment and these kind of survey operations and the support we received from Okeanus on this long term deployment has made for a great team experience,” said Steve MacDonald, C.H., PLS, P.Eng, Senior Account Manager, TerraSond.

Okeanus delivered and ensured the safe and efficient mobilization of its equipment, which is being used on a long-term basis to support a wide array of high resolution geophysical and UXO surveys. To learn more, click here.

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