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PANOLIN in the North Sea DERRICK SIMPKIN, ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES (PANOLIN)


Offshore renewable energy is fast developing into a global industry which combines traditional working practices with ground breaking ideas such as this new multi- faceted subsea Trenching System The machine, considered to


be an industry first, will lay 43 seabed power cables for phase 1 of the Borkum Riffgrund Wind Farm


Renewables trencher is believed to be an industry first


therefore, had to be considered at the design stage. PANOLIN biodegradable fluids were chosen due to their excellent ecotox properties and proven offshore and subsea performance. A major benefit of the oil is its


universal multi-purpose use for launch & recovery systems, electrical junction boxes and motors in addition


ada gazette SPRING 2014 | BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY


The Professional's Choice


PANOLIN ECLs help to protect the environment and reduce your Carbon Footprint


development in the North Sea. Once constructed, the wind farm will produce 320MW of electricity, enough to power over 300,000 homes. UK coastal waters and the


North Sea have long been regarded as the most heavily regulated seas in the world in respect to pollution. Selection of hydraulic fluids,


to the ROV hydraulic systems; this universal approach is appreciated by operators and simplifies storage on board support vessels. In addition, the oils have a


proven long service life which will help to minimise the CO2


emissions


from the construction phase of the development.


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