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INDUSTRY UPDATE


CONTRIBUTING TO THE FUTURE


Jee Ltd is an independent subsea engineering and training company with offices in Aberdeen and Tonbridge. Founded by Trevor Jee in 1988, they now offer engineering services spanning the entire project lifecycle from design, operations support, integrity management and decommissioning


for the global oil, gas and renewables industries. PROJECT EXPERIENCE


The company has been involved in many projects ranging from pipeline design, lifetime extension studies (to allow pipelines to be operated beyond their design life) and more recently subsea cable-related projects such as design, routing and analysis for the wind and tidal industries.


TIDAL SECTOR ®


Jee’s new Excalibur project is a fantastic opportunity to work in the developing tidal sector and help solve problems that could really have an impact on how quickly the company can export power to the grid. They are able to use their experience from oil & gas projects as well as from past windfarm projects to contribute to the future of tidal energy generation.


EXCALIBUR


Excalibur is a novel subsea infrastructure solution for the deployment of tidal turbines and the protection of the associated subsea cables. It will enable the cost-effective installation and maintenance of the turbines, also known as tidal energy converters (TECs), on a large scale. It will also standardise and modularise the design of the structural foundation, cables, cable protection system and the TEC connection to the infrastructure. Ultimately, the solution will reduce the levelised cost of energy (LCOE), which is a metric used to compare the cost to generate each unit of power taking into account lifetime costs and inflation.


The Excalibur concept also focuses on the cable management solution and the cost benefits to be gained by improving the speed of connection and the cable protection. Cables are often overlooked in the design phase but can be the main source of problems during operation. The cables for Excalibur will need only a basic layer of armour as they will be shielded from the environment and pre-installed with the structures.


A BALANCED FUTURE 2017


NOF ENERGY NATIONAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION


8TH MARCH 2017 (7TH NETWORKING RECEPTION) SAGE GATESHEAD, NORTH EAST ENGLAND 2017 CONFIRMED SPEAKERS PREVIOUS SUCCESS


The concept for Excalibur is built on the company’s previous success with a novel cable protection solution for aggressive tidal environments. They recently carried out a full-scale test of this device in the waters around Orkney where tides can reach up to 6 m/s. Excalibur utilises the cable protection benefits of this device with a unique way of accessing the TECs in the dry.


LOOKING AHEAD


The aim of this project with Innovate UK is to prove the concept with the support of a steering group, so that it can be taken to the next phase – detailed design and testing. Jee is keen to market the device globally so that the off-the-shelf solution can drive down CAPEX costs for all developers, regardless of technology. Focus is on supporting the growing renewables industry with


new, innovative solutions for offshore wind, tidal and wave. Excalibur will help the tidal industry deliver cost-effective projects by reducing the overall LCOE to make more projects viable and economical, whilst also improving reliability.


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