Offshore renewable engineering
2H has a range of analysis, integrity assessment and engineering management capabilities to optimise offshore subsea cable systems and prevent costly delays and failures due to a variety of environmental and procedural factors.
Subsea cable failures are the costliest cause of financial losses in the global offshore wind industry. They account for 70-80% of insurance losses and an average downtime of 100 days per incident. Most of these incidents can be avoided with an up-front cable layout assessment or a detailed installation procedure.
2H has a growing track record of successful umbilical and cable projects in a wide range of dynamic offshore environments, and provide global configuration design as well as analysis and installation analysis for major operators globally.
Delivered by 2H Offshore
2H Offshore specialises in the engineering design, monitoring and integrity management of offshore risers and conductors. Their international scope covers shallow and deepwater applications that demand the highest levels of design integrity.
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