The geo-environmental survey covered a 333-sq-km area.
Rovco’s work scope included acquisition of geophysical and benthic information, providing data to inform environmental impact assessment (EIA) consents and the engineering processes from the early FEED study.
The company deployed a multi-beam echo sounder, side scan sonar, magnetometer, sub-bottom profiler and multi-channel seismic data, also conducting analysis, processing, interpretation and reporting.
Cenos is designed to generate up to 1.4 GW for use at oil and gas platforms in the UK North Sea. Vårgrønn and Flotation Energy signed an exclusivity agreement with Crown Estate Scotland for the area earlier this month, following an initial award earlier this year under the Innovation and Targeted Oil & Gas (INTOG) offshore leasing round.