Ecosse Subsea Systems extends trenching scope at Wikinger Offshore Wind Farm

By Michelle Froese ESS has received seabed clearance to double its initial contract’s trenching scope for the 350-MW Wikinger offshore wind farm.
Subsea technology specialist, Ecosse Subsea Systems (ESS), has extended a trenching scope on the Wikinger offshore wind farm in the Baltic Sea after the award of a seabed clearance project. The contract has now doubled in scope with provision of route clearance and seabed preparation work on the 350-MW Wikinger development.
Keith McDermott, ESS Commercial Director, explains: “Detailed surveys discovered a number of obstacles on the proposed route and we have been contracted by Prysmian Group to carry out seabed clearance and route

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