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Aqualis opens in Taiwan

April 11 - Aqualis Offshore, part of Aqualis ASA, has opened an office in Taiwan to support local offshore wind and oil and gas developments.

According to Aqualis, the purpose of the office is to promote its marine and engineering services locally, and to support the development of projects being undertaken by its sister company, Offshore Wind Consultants (OWC).

In December 2016, OWC was appointed by a Taiwanese renewables company to provide consultancy services related to wind turbine installation vessels and their suitability for different wind turbines and site locations offshore Taiwan. Under the contract, OWC is currently providing technical due diligence services to assess vessel suitability for wind turbine installation in the Taiwan Strait.


www.aqualisoffshore.com

www.offshorewindconsultants.com

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