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DONG signs contract with DeepOcean

DONG signs contract with DeepOcean

05-12-2016 10:00:00


DeepOcean has secured a contract with DONG Energy for cable installation and trenching work for DONG Energy's Hornsea Project One wind farm. Work will be completed in 2018/2019. DeepOcean must install and bury 93 array kable with a total length of 203 km.

"Hornsea Project One is an important infrastructure project, which will not only contribute to lower carbon emissions, but also play a major role in the development of the UK wind farms supply chain. The agreement demonstrates both the UK's ability to deliver services to the offshore wind industry, and DONG Energy's continued commitment to invest in the UK," says Duncan Clark, Hornsea Project One CEO of DONG Energy.

Hornsea Project One has a capacity of up to 1.2 gigawatts (GW) when the project is fully operational. It provides enough green energy to more than one million UK homes. The wind farm will be built 120 km east of the Humber Estuary.

DeepOcean has extensive experience with power cable installation of submarine cables on critical infrastructure projects. The installation and burial of the total of 93 inter-array cables will be in two phases, beginning in the 3rd quarter 2018 and first quarter to 2019.

Source: DeepOcean / Maritime Denmark


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