Mocean Team Expands due to increasing industry requests

The Mocean team is steadily expanding as a result of the continuous increase in requests from both the Renewable as well as conventional offshore industry. Recently we have expanded our team with a seasoned mechanical engineer, Martin, enabling us to be more flexible and swift in designing offshore equipment. Further we have strengthened our team with another Naval Architect, Daan, with excellent programming skills to enable us to develop more software and control system related technology. Also Robert has joined our team as an Sr. Offshore Engineer with an excellent experience and knowledge base related to offshore lifting and decommissioning projects. Our recent addition of a Sr. structural engineer will support our structural analysis to be performed on a range of decommissioning projects and jacket structures.
To ensure we maintain a well oiled and organised engineering company we have welcomed Liesbeth as our new Office and admin college.
And, last but not least, we have welcomed a new graduation student, Pieter, who will be graduating on the MO4 (mocean forecasting) developments.
We are now well equipped to support your projects in the coming years.
Jelte Kymmel, Managing Director

Kriegers Flak Installation Analysis

Jan De Nul has installed the first of the two gravity based foundations (GBFs) that will support the offshore substations on the 605MW Kriegers Flak offshore wind farm in the Danish Baltic Sea.

Mocean Offshore supported Scaldis SMC & JanDeNul with the hydrodynamic analysis of the float-off, transport and lowering of both Kriegerflak GBS’s with HLV Rambiz. Due to the detailed and accurate hydrodynamic analysis, the lifting configuration was optimized to guarantee the GBS remained stable during the entire lowering process.

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