Scottish subsea expertise to the fore again

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There have already been several signs that expertise gained in the North Sea is enabling Scottish companies to raise income globally:

There have already been several signs that expertise gained in the North Sea is enabling Scottish companies to raise income globally:

Once more Scottish energy expertise can be highly significant

Scotland’s expertise in oil extraction leads to opportunities far beyond the North Sea

To be fair this one’s still in the North Sea but the English bit of it. See this:

‘Jee Ltd, a leading subsea engineering and training firm, has just completed a contract with Technip Offshore Wind Ltd for the provision of subsea power cable installation engineering on a new and innovative offshore wind farm project. The project, Gunfleet Sands 3, is located eight miles off the coast of Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, and is the latest offshore wind farm development from Danish firm, DONG Energy.’

Jee will also soon be applying their expertise in the German sector of the North Sea.

https://sbnn.co.uk/2013/04/29/jee-reduces-the-cost-and-risk-of-cable-installation-on-offshore-wind-farms/

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