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Ordtek Wins US and Taiwan Offshore Wind Contracts

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Unexploded mine and bomb specialist Ordtek has secured its first offshore wind farm projects in the US and Taiwan with energy giant Ørsted. The Norfolk-based unexploded ordnance (UXO) risk management expert Ordtek will be supporting the company, formerly DONG, on two offshore wind farms to be developed off the US east coast, Bay State Wind and Ocean Wind Offshore wind farms.

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Ordtek Search for Second World War bombs in the Thames

Ahead of the new ferry terminal construction at Woolwich, Ordtek are working with Briggs Marine to look for unexploded ordnance (UXO) in the River Thames.

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TenneT Selects Ordtek as UXO Consultant for Merkur Project

German transmission system operator TenneT has awarded UK company Ordtek Limited with a contract to provide consultancy and QA/QC services during unexploded ordnance (UXO) survey, identification and disposal works on the Merkur Project.

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Wartime bombs and mines fail to stop cross-Channel power cable

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The £625m Nemo Link project to connect the energy systems of the UK and Belgium has unearthed more than a dozen bombs and mines dating back a century to when the continent was racked by war.

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Expanding Mine Map Helps Spot Danger at Danish Wind Farm Site

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Three wartime mines were found on a Danish offshore wind farm site thanks to help from a UK-based expert company using its pioneering Mine Map.

The potentially dangerous relics were found using data gathered by Ordtek, whose charts are used by offshore wind developers to find and remove unexploded ordnance (UXO) – mainly mines and bombs – from the seabed.

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Ordtek Present with PLA and SAND Geophysics on 3D CHIRP Survey Technology

Ordtek are to present in partnership with The Port of London Hydrographic service (PLA) and SAND Geophysics on the use of 3D chirp technology for UXO detection and the limitations of traditional survey techniqies in some environments, such as the River Thames.

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