March 23, 2020

Energy consultancy Xodus Group has recorded a major increase in the provision of services related to subsea power cables over the last twelve months.

New assignments grew by more than 50%, resulting in more than 70 active work streams in 2019. This allowed the company to increase its number of specialists in this area, and it now employs more 30 permanent staff with subsea cables experience.

Xodus’ IMR team has seen a major increase in supporting subsea transmission owners in updating risk assessments for subsea power cables from early stage project bidding through operations. This is in response to ever-evolving hazards, such as fishing, shipping and seabed mobility, through to business decisions related to repair strategies, procedures and cost modelling. Read more…