“Cables Are Getting Exposed and We Need to Understand Why” An interview with LR’s Will Hodshon and Nigel Carey

Real data images of a potential cable route through active bedforms / sandwaves; Understanding sediment mobility is critical to determining why some cables get exposed

The offshore wind market is beginning to show signs of going global.

In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic, the industry remains active and is developing in a number of regions outside of its biggest market — Northern Europe. But offshore wind cables are still a cause for concern. We have all heard the statistic that 80% of the insurance claims for offshore wind losses come from cable problems, but new cable issues are still presenting themselves.

Click here to read the full story in ON&T May 2020.

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