DeepOcean forming two UK groups

The Advanced Multi-Pass Plough 1500 is designed for pre-cut and post-lay ploughing of large diameter pipelines/trunklines and flowlines in multiple soil types.
The Advanced Multi-Pass Plough 1500 is designed for pre-cut and post-lay ploughing of large diameter pipelines/trunklines and flowlines in multiple soil types.
(Courtesy DeepOcean)

Offshore staff

OSLO, Norway – DeepOcean Group plans to convert its UK division into two new entities.

The existing Cable Lay and Trenching division (DeepOcean CL&T) will be divided into a seabed intervention unit (yet to be named), and a subsea cable installation specialist, DeepOcean Subsea Cables.

Pierre Boyde, managing director of DeepOcean CL&T will head the seabed trenching division from the headquarters at its facilities at Port of Blyth, UK.

Steve Marshall, DeepOcean CL&T Operations director, becomes managing director of DeepOcean Subsea Cables which will be headquartered in Darlington in the same region.

This new company will deliver cable installation, maintenance and repair services to clients in the North Sea and elsewhere.

09/10/2019

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