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SPOTLIGHT ON WESTERN FRANCE


FEATURE SPONSOR


WORLDWIDE EXPERIENCE


Mojo Maritime France SAS is the French subsidiary of the Projects Division of James Fisher Marine Services (JFMS). It was created in 2014 and headquartered in Cherbourg, Normandy, with operations in Nantes, Western France


The main purpose of this establishment on the French territory is to transfer the worldwide – but mainly in the UK – experience gained by JFMS deliver over 180 projects on over 50 different offshore renewable sites.


JFMS – and therefore Mojo Maritime France SAS – is part of the wider James Fisher And Sons group that is listed on the UK stock exchange with a market capitalisation of c £650M, a combined revenue of c £500M and more than 2,700 staff in over 40 countries worldwide.


UNIQUE


Mojo Maritime are unique because they use an integrated team for these operational, consultancy and engineering projects, backed up with significant experience in the oil & gas sector and which has resulted in high quality pragmatic solutions which reduce risk and cost. Their main capability is the overall project management of


any offshore activity related to marine renewable energies, from site surveys to foundation and device installation including cable work.


They combine a marine operational expertise via its mariners owning a strong dynamic positioning (DP) experience with a team of naval architects and engineers delivering high-level skills in operations planning (Mermaid software), seafastening and subsea specific tooling design, OrcaFlex cable studies, etc.


COLLABORATION


As per its expertise, Mojo Maritime started collaborating with Sabella in July 2016 for the retrieval of the


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turbine nacelle. A custom Launch And Recovery System (LARS) was designed and fabricated to remotely pick up the nacelle subsea as well as a berth to support it on the vessel deck. This operation was successfully achieved and the cable disconnected and relayed on the seabed with an abandonment head.


In August 2017, Mojo Maritime took charge of the recovery of the export cable head to install half of the connector. The final connection and reinstallation of the turbine is planned for early 2018.


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