Gerard Keser, CEO of N-Sea, said: “N-Sea has developed a strong track record in UXO management, construction support and IMR services in the offshore renewables market. Together with CERES and TechSub, we will be best placed to help developers and contractors understand and deal with the risks of the installation of a power grid and windfarm foundations on the seabed.
“This partnership is a significant step forward for N-Sea in our international growth plans and simultaneously ensures that our shared expert knowledge of French regulations and subsea operations can be utilised to provide the best possible service to our customers.”
The partnership will also include the provision of unexploded ordnance (UXO) detection, identification and removal services and will allow all three companies to utilise their international experience, vessels and specialised equipment.
The agreement was signed at the Dutch Trade Mission on 11 March in Paris and was witnessed by French Ministry officials and the King and Queen of the Netherlands.
N-Sea is known for its innovative work as an independent offshore subsea contractor, specialising in IMR services for the oil and gas, renewable and telecom/utility industries, as well as for civil contracting communities. N-Sea provides near shore, offshore and survey services to major operators and service companies alike.