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Top News of the Week, 9 – 15 October 2017

Global Marine Acquires Fugro’s Cable Laying Business in EUR 61 Million Deal[2]

Global Marine Group is set to acquire Fugro’s trenching and cable laying business after the two companies signed an agreement under which Fugro will, in return, get an equity stake of 23.6% in Global Marine Holdings.

Four Companies Unite to Form Single O&M Provider[3]

The Fred. Olsen related companies, led by Fred. Olsen Windcarrier and with Global Wind Service, Natural Power and ZephIR Lidar, have joined forces to create a single operations and maintenance (O&M) service provider for offshore wind farm operators.

Pieter van Oord: “We Need to Build Turbines Like We Build Cars”[4]

“We need to build wind turbines like we build cars,” said Pieter van Oord, CEO of Van Oord, at the opening of the Offshore WIND Conference 2017 (OWC17) in Amsterdam.

Offshore WIND Conference Speakers Spice Up Day 1[5]

The eighth Offshore WIND Conference was opened on Monday, 9 October, by Bent Thambo Jensen, Chief Commercial Officer of Ziton and the Chairman of the first day of the conference. The sessions saw straight-to-the-point statements and some interesting discussions.

Buss Setting the Stage for Merkur Offshore Wind Farm[6]

Buss Offshore Solutions has begun with preparations for the 396MW Merkur offshore wind farm at its Orange Blue Terminal in the Dutch port of Eemshaven.

Posted on October 15, 2017 with tags October 2017[7], Top News of the Week[8].

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