Global Maritime is pleased to announce the award of Marine Warranty Surveyor (MWS) Services for the ground-breaking ONE-Dyas N05-A Gas Field project in the North Sea.
The project will include the installation of the N05-A six-legged platform, export gas pipeline, and subsea power cable. Global Maritime's MWS services will encompass comprehensive third-party document review and onsite surveillance throughout the mobilisation, transport, and installation phases of the offshore infrastructure.
The N05-A project blends the production of gas with offshore wind, with the nearby Riffgat offshore wind farm providing electricity to power the platform. This innovative approach to platform electrification means ONE-Dyas are bringing the N05-A platform emissions close to zero and championing the energy transition, a movement that requires cooperation between all stakeholders.
For this project, ONE-Dyas is exploring opportunities for nature-inclusive construction, identifying further system integration between wind and gas and opportunities that can contribute to research and nature development in the area. The project sets a new benchmark for sustainable energy projects and exemplifies the commitment to energy transition and a CO2-neutral energy supply.
Matthew Taylor, Global Maritime UK MWS Lead, stated, “This is an exciting project for Global Maritime to be involved in, not only does it build our relationship with ONE-Dyas, but showcases our expertise in both gas and renewable energy projects.”
With extensive expertise and global reach, Global Maritime continues to provide competent and critical support to clients across the maritime sector.
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