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First floating offshore wind farm opened

The world's first floating wind farm, Statoil's Hywind project, has been officially opened by Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.

Prins Hendrik dyke strengthening

The Prins Hendrik dYke on the Netherlands island of Texel is to be reinforced, future proofed and enhanced by Belgian dredging major Jan De Nul Group.

High-spec reel lay vessel to set new standard

A new contract has been signed for the design and build of a high-spec reel lay vessel capable of installing complex rigid flowlines and pipe-in-pipe syste... Read more

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