Geophysical Studies for Energy Island Started

Marine survey ship from Fugro (Image: Fugro)Marine survey ship from Fugro (Image: Fugro)
Energinet has assigned Fugro and MMT to conduct thorough mapping of the seabed beneath the planned Energy Island and its surounding offshore wind farms.

Official Press Release Energinet:

First ships soon to sail toward energy island

The seabed beneath the future energy island in the North Sea has to be thoroughly surveyed and mapped before work on building the island and the large offshore wind farms around it can commence. Energinet has just awarded survey assignments to two experienced marine survey companies, which are expected to set sail in the North Sea in May.

The two companies are Fugro and MMT. Their ships are loaded with seismic equipment to meticulously map the seabed under the more than 1,000 km2 area in the North Sea where the artificial energy island and 3 GW of wind farms are to be built. "The geophysical studies have to cover a very large area, and it’s important that they meet the time schedule. We are therefore pleased that two very experienced and... ... More: Official Press Release Energinet

Denmark, Energinet, operator, seabed, survey, Fugro, MMT, North Sea, marine, mapped, geophysical study, offshore, wind farm

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