Fugro’s Geo-data will present essential insights on the seabed and sub-surface circumstances, lowering uncertainty and serving to installers make knowledgeable choices on the place greatest to place the wind generators and export cables. With fieldwork set to begin in 2024, Fugro will mobilise a number of geotechnical vessels outfitted with state-of-the-art investigation instruments such because the SEACALF® Mk V Deepdrive system for seabed cone penetration assessments and the WISON® Mk V Ecodrive. The fieldwork is predicted to proceed effectively into 2025, with additional processing, laboratory testing and reporting of outcomes to observe.
Energinets geotechnical mission lead engineer, Martin Kilsgaard Østergaard, stated, “At Energinet we’re more than happy to see Fugro once more as provider of extremely essential website investigations. Within the current years Fugro has efficiently supported a number of offshore wind farm tasks in Denmark, and at Energinet we’re assured that the cooperation will proceed with the identical stage of professionalism and excessive technical high quality.”
Erik-Jan Bijvank, Fugro’s Group Director Europe & Africa stated, “Our built-in companies and progressive know-how enable us to unlock insights for the secure, environment friendly and sustainable growth of offshore wind farms. We’re proud to proceed working with Energinet and help the renewables business in Denmark.
“This award is according to the robust development in Fugro’s offshore wind actions through the previous quarters. Our distinctive positioning is emphasised by shoppers searching for to safe capability, additionally past the approaching 12 months.”