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Roberto Longo, Senior Consultant, Longitude Engineering, will be presenting “CABLE INSTALLATION ANALYSIS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE” at The Royal Institute of Naval Architects (RINA) on the 28th February 2019. Power cables typically account for 10% of the construction cost of offshore wind farms but create 80% of insurance claims, with around 60% relating to damage during construction. One of the reasons for this is that the past there was a lack of appreciation of vessel dynamics in difficult environmental conditions in the design phase. To address this, insurers and Marine Warranty Surveyors have “raised the bar” over the years and... Read More
DNV GL formally awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification to Longitude Engineering on 30 July,2018. ISO 9001 is an international standard that specifies the requirements for a quality management system (QMS). Longitude Engineering delivers specialist design and engineering services in the marine, energy and defence markets across Asia Pacific, Europe and North America. Successfully achieving this accreditation demonstrates Longitude’s ability to consistently deliver products and services that meet both customer and regulatory requirements. Using the ISO 9001:2015 standard will help Longitude Engineering to better organize processes, improve efficiency and to continually improve.
Longitude Engineering are exhibiting at Seawork 2018, the largest international commercial marine and workboat exhibition and business forum. Seawork is held at the prestigious Mayflower Park venue in Southampton from the 3rd to the 5th July. This three day event offers a unique combination of undercover exhibition space, open air demonstrations and floating displays. Make sure you visit stand PY9 to meet our team and learn more about Longitude’s services. For more information about the event or to register, please click here.
Longitude Engineering has developed a cost effective decommissioning barge concept for the safe removal of small oil and gas platforms for the PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP), a subsidiary of the Thai state owned oil company. The primary aim of the works was to develop a viable and cost-effective alternative to conventional ‘reverse installation’ through the use of heavy lift crane barges, for the removal of the topsides and jackets. The focus being the removal of 90-100 of PTTEP’s minimum facilities platform assets in the Gulf of Thailand, which have topside weights up to 800 tonnes and jacket dry weight... Read More
Longitude Engineering, the specialist naval architectural design and engineering team of LOC Renewables, has been contracted to undertake a month-long feasibility study on behalf of premier Taiwanese subsea cable installer, Woen Jinn Harbor Engineering. The agreement will see the Longitude team assess a cable lay barge for Woen Jinn and advise on the specifications and conversion work required to fit the barge for offshore wind operations. With significant natural wind resources and excellent conditions for offshore construction, Taiwan is aiming to develop 3GW of offshore wind capacity by 2030. In order to achieve this target, local firms are increasingly looking to... Read More
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/