Oceaneering cable facility achieves ‘Fit 4 Offshore Renewables’ status

March 28, 2024
Cable facility at Rosyth, Scotland, can now bid for work in the UK offshore renewable energy sector.

Offshore staff

HOUSTON Oceaneering says that its Rosyth, Scotland, cable manufacturing facility has successfully achieved “Fit 4 Offshore Renewables” (F4OR) Granted Status by the Offshore Wind Energy Council and ORE (Offshore Renewable Energy) Catapult, a UK technology innovation and research center for offshore renewables. 

To attain this status, Oceaneering says it completed a rigorous 18-month program covering business readiness and sector-specific areas. 

The F4OR program helps prepare the UK supply chain to bid for work in the offshore renewable energy sector. The objective of the F4OR program is to support the development of an increasingly competent, capable, and competitive UK offshore renewable energy supply chain – maximizing opportunity for suppliers, both domestically and globally. 





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