Semco Maritime applies US codes
Semco Maritime has delivered on an initiative to drive forward the development of a best practice library to capture learnings from these actual projects and concluding on findings and lessons learned related to US codes and standards for offshore wind use.
The content of the library reflects how offshore wind power transmission systems, which are very industry-specific by nature, can be safely developed and executed with low risk in terms of regulatory compliance.
“The offshore wind industry in the U.S. is still in its development phase, and standards and best practices are only now being developed. We have thus during the design process had to navigate in uncharted territory with many unknowns and potential risks related to the interpretation and enforcement of applicable codes and standards, says Tommy Flindt, Director of Engineering & Technology, Offshore Wind, Semco Maritime.
“Moving forward, we look forward to leverage this knowledge to assist to mature and drive the US offshore wind industry forward along with our business partners and clients.”
Semco Maritime is an international engineering and contracting business undertaking and solving assignments across the value chain of the global energy sector.
The company also helps its customers to seize opportunities in the green transition and to ensure responsible fossil fuel extraction processes. Since 1980, we have applied our specialist competencies as a platform for the work carried out at all stages of offshore and onshore assignments – from preliminary analyses over design, procurement and manufacturing to installation, commissioning and subsequent service as well as rental of manpower and supply of bespoke components, systems and solutions.
With 1,500 people and activities all over the world, Semco Maritime provides customers with cost-effective project management and operations from head office in Denmark.
Source: Semco Maritime