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INSPECTION, REPAIR & MAINTENANCE FEATURE SPONSOR


LEADING INTEGRATED PROVIDER IN INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WINS CABLE INSTALLATION CONTRACT


DeepOcean is an integrated provider of safe, high quality, innovative services and technologies for the subsea industry. Demonstrating an extensive track record, DeepOcean Group offers a breadth of subsea services, including (a) Inspection, Maintenance, Repair and Replacement (IMR2), (b) Survey and Seabed-mapping, (c) Subsea Installation (SURF), (d) Seabed Intervention, and (e) Decommissioning.


The company has a long track record of subsea power cable installation on critical infrastructure projects. This is the second recent award for DeepOcean’s new cable lay vessel Maersk Connector, which joins the fleet in the first quarter 2016.


WORKSCOPE


WALNEY EXTENSION OFFSHORE WIND PROJECT DeepOcean 1 UK Ltd., a subsidiary of DeepOcean Group Holding BV (DeepOcean) recently announced that the company has been awarded a contract by DONG Energy for the provision of installation and trenching works for the Walney Extension offshore wind project in The Irish Sea. Offshore work will be performed from DeepOcean’s new cable installation vessel Maersk Connector in 2017.


The workscope includes route engineering as well as the installation and trenching of a total of 136 km offshore export cables and a 23 km interlink cable. The cables will be pulled ashore near Heysham and will link the two offshore sub station platforms at the windfarm. Offshore work is expected to commence first quarter 2017, subject to DONG Energy taking a final investment decision to proceed with the project.


SPECIFICATIONS The Walney Extension Project, WOW03 (west) and WOW04 (east), is anticipated to have a total capacity of 660MW. With up to 90 turbines each with a 7MW or 8MW output and 2 offshore substations and is to be constructed by DONG Energy AS, as the sole owner of the Project. WOW03 and WOW04 will consist of 2 x 220kV independent electrical systems each with their own offshore sub stations.


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