23 Degrees Renewables, an OEG Renewables company, has launched a new cable pull-in package for export and inter-array cables to offshore structures.
OEG Energy Group Limited (“OEG”, the “Group”), a leading offshore solutions business, is pleased to announce that 23 Degrees Renewables (“23D”), an OEG Renewables company, is adding a new cable pull-in package for export and inter-array cables to offshore structures.
This new service offering by 23D is a critical operation during the construction and maintenance of offshore wind farms as inter-array cables are connected to wind turbines and other offshore infrastructure. 23D are specialists in offshore, near shore and onshore cable installation, deploying state-of-the-art cable pull-in equipment and technology, with a Safety-First Approach, and end-to-end project management.
Being part of the OEG group allows access to a global infrastructure of offices and facilities giving 23D the capability to provide their specialist cable installation services to clients in strategic locations around the world. It also offers the opportunity to provide integrated solutions for our clients, leveraging OEG’s expanded subsea, topside, and marine services offering.
Grahame Tate, 23D Managing Director said: “This is an exciting development for 23 Degrees Renewables as we further strengthen our service offering. The addition of these offshore services underscores our commitment to growth and innovation, allowing us to better serve the evolving needs of our clients in the dynamic offshore energy sector. Being a part of the OEG group, we anticipate a robust outlook for servicing offshore cable handling projects in the UK and elsewhere in the world.”