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Longitude assists Deepocean with the MV Maersk Connector

Longitude Engineering assists Deepocean with the MV Maersk Connector, the first ocean-going cable-lay ship specifically designed to be intentionally grounded as part of a cable-lay operation. Find out more in Skuld Offshore's publication, The Field - November 2017: https://www.skuld.com/topics/legal/pi--defence/engineered-grounding-with-maersk-connector/introduction/  

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Peter Kingsland to present at Offshore Wind Energy 2017

Published 29th March 2017 |Sector Marine Operations

Peter Kingsland will be presenting at a breakout session at Offshore Wind Energy 2017. Offshore Wind Energy is the  largest offshore wind conference and exhibition in the world. The event is attended by thousands of leading and emerging players in the wind energy sector. Peter will be presenting an overview of how Longitude, working closely with Rampion and its contractors, developed an innovative analysis and modelling process to fully understand why large monopiles oscillate in relatively small wave heights; and to increase the operating window for their installation. Monopiles and turbines are increasing in size as wind farms move farther offshore.... Read More


Longitude are exhibiting at Seanergy 2017

Published 22nd March 2017 |Sector Renewables

Longitude are exhibiting at Seanergy 2017 on the 22nd-23rd March in Le Havre, France. Seanergy is a must attend event for all marine renewables professionals. Drop by our stand, H4, to meet our Longitude team as well as our LOC Paris colleagues. For more information please visit: http://seanergy-convention.com/en/


Longitude pioneers analysis of dynamic lowering operations for wind farm construction

Published 13th March 2017 |Sector Marine Operations

Longitude Engineering working closely with Rampion and its contractors, has developed an innovative analysis and modelling process to fully understand why large monopiles oscillate in relatively small wave heights; and to increase the operating window for their installation. Monopiles and turbines are increasing in size as wind farms move farther offshore. At the Rampion Offshore Wind Farm currently in construction off the south coast of the UK, the developer was concerned that these large structures were beginning to oscillate in relatively small wave heights. This was affecting the operational window for lowering them into position. As installation limits are generally... Read More