EXPERIENCE

AMS have been involved in a various projects across the oil & gas and renewables industries, a selection of recent projects are listed below.

Shefa-2 Project

 

Client:  CTC Marine Projects

 

Project: Installation and burial of 120km of fibre optic cable between the BP Clair platform and BP Schiehallion platforms.

 

Scope: Installation engineering, equipment design and operational support.

 

 

 

 

Neptune LNG Deepwater Port Project

 

Client: PDi/APL

 

Project: Installation of two 14" flexible risers and umbilicals between semi submersible loading buoys to subsea plems utilising diverless riser connection sytem.

 

Scope: Installation engineering, SIT management and offshore support.

 

 

 

 

Sheringham Shoals Offshore Windfarm Project

 

Client: VSMC/Statoil

 

Project: Installation and burial of two 11km long Export cables and 81km of Array cables.

 

Scope: Responsible for all engineering and management of engineering project team.

 

 

 

 

 

Westermost Rough Offshore Windfarm Project

 

Client: Dong Energy

 

Project: Installation and burial of of one 14km Export cable and 43km of Array cables.

 

Scope: Technical management of cable installation contractors.

 

 

 

 

Gwynt Y Mor Offshore Windfarm Project

 

Client: RWE

 

Project: Installation of burial of Array and Export cables.

 

Scope: 3rd party verification of cable installation contractors engineering.

Race Bank Offshore Windfarm Project

 

Client: Dong Energy

 

Project: Installation and burial of 91 Array cables.

 

Scope: Technical management of cable installation contractors.

Hornsea 1 Offshore Windfarm Project

 

Client: Orsted

 

Project: Installation and burial of Export cables.

 

Scope: Technical management of cable installation contractors.

 

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