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Boskalis wins Inch Cape deal Royal Boskalis Westminster (Boskalis) has been awarded a pre-construction agreement (PCA) for the Inch Cape offshore wind farm project in the North Sea. The PCA includes the engineering, supply, transportation and installation of up to 72 pre-piled jacket foundations and up to 84 inter- array cables, in addition to the transportation and installation of the offshore substation. Boskalis will also supply and install two 85 km export cables. The contract is subject to a successful bid by Inch Cape Offshore Limited (ICOL), the project’s developer, in the next UK offshore wind auction, which takes place in May 2019.


Zeaborn backs TecPier Zeaborn Group has joined Bitstone Capital and Inno Real to invest in TecPier, a maritime technology investor that will support start-ups with the potential to substantially change the shipping industry.


Jasmine executives avoid time in prison F


our individuals convicted over a corruption plot relating to ConocoPhillips’ Jasmine North Sea oil exploration project have


avoided prison after the judge suspended the sentences. In November 2018, Stephen Emler, then chief


financial officer at FH Bertling UK Ltd, and Giuseppe Morreale, former managing director at FH Bertling UK Ltd, pleaded guilty to their parts in a conspiracy to make corrupt payments relating to a freight forwarding contract. At the sentencing on January 11, 2019, Emler


received an 18-month sentence and a concurrent 12-month sentence for two counts of conspiracy to make corrupt payments in connection with bribery plots to win oil shipping contracts in the North Sea and Africa. Morreale was given a two-year sentence for


his role in the North Sea contract conspiracy and a 15-month sentence for his role over corrupt payments linked to the African deal, which will


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also run concurrently. The judge suspended all the sentences for two


years. Neither were found to be responsible for instigating the alleged corruption. Colin Bagwell, former FH Bertling UK chief


commercial officer and Christopher Lane, who was head of logistics at oil company ConocoPhillips, received suspended sentences of nine months and six months, respectively, for a separate conspiracy involving overcharging.


Dadds ties up with Ince


Gordon Dadds has placed Ince & Co LLP (Ince UK) into administration, the former confirming that it acquired the London-based law firm on December 31, 2018. Gordon Dadds said the move


was completed for technical reasons, as it could not agree on income and balances owed to Ince & Co from its international offices. The process, known as a pre-packaged insolvency plan,


will not affect takeover proceedings. The merged company will


operate as Ince Gordon Dadds. This includes the Shanghai and Beijing practices, which are branches of the London firm. While the offices of Ince International were not acquired, Ince & Co has agreed to enter into network arrangements with Gordon Dadds. These offices will continue to trade as Ince & Co.


Sarens inks Zambian pact


Sarens South Africa has established a partnership with Shumba to serve the growing construction market in Zambia. In order to support the


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partnership, Sarens South Africa has established a depot just outside the Zambian capital and mobilised four all-terrain cranes – ranging in capacity between 55 and 90 tonnes – from Johannesburg to the new site.


The Zambian partnership


will also allow Sarens to offer engineering services, including rigging studies and method statements, to local clients. “From experience, we know


that entering a new market on our own is very challenging and time-consuming, which is why we establish local partners,” said Jonathan Greenway, sales representative for Sarens South Africa.


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