DeepOcean has been contracted to provide subsea services to the USA’s first utility-scale offshore wind energy project off the coast of Massachusetts.

DeepOcean’s scope of work includes the provision of subsea services including project management, engineering, ROV, tooling and survey activities.  

DeepOcean has supported the offshore renewables sector for the past decade. The company’s experience in survey, cable lay, trenching and light construction activities stretches across more than 20 wind farm developments to date.

“This project is another step in DeepOcean’s commitment to the energy transition and sustainable use of ocean resources,” says Tony Stokes, DeepOcean’s president for the Americas region.

DeepOcean delivers a full range of subsea services, solutions and technologies for the fast-growing offshore renewable energy industry, including offshore wind, floating solar power plants, and other emerging ocean energy technologies.

“The US offshore renewables market is gaining momentum with the first large-scale development moving to the installation phase.  DeepOcean is set up to cost-effectively support our clients in their quest for greener energy. With our extensive fleet of assets, combined with our expert engineering and offshore personnel, we look forward to ensuring a successful campaign off Martha’s Vineyard,” adds Tony Stokes.

DeepOcean will lead the project out of its office in Houston, Texas, USA. 

Image source: Courtesy of DeepOcean

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