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MeteoGroup new forecast provider for Subsea 7

27th January 2016: Subsea 7 has appointed MeteoGroup as its offshore weather forecasting provider for UKCS and Canada operations. Drawing on its extensive experience in the offshore sector, MeteoGroup will provide critical meteorological and metocean consultancy and services to help maximise operational efficiency.

The contract includes forecasting for fixed locations, specific sites and routes plus medium range forecasts via the Ensemble Prediction System (EPS). MeteoGroup will also provide its high resolution marine forecasting software Nowcasting Pro6, delivering the forecast information needed to support ‘waiting on weather’ operational decisions. Site-specific forecasts are supported with customised websites offering a range of forecasts and observational data. Forecasts for fixed routes and defined waypoints are complimented with high resolution current forecasts.

Subsea 7 is a leading global contractor in seabed-to-surface engineering, construction and services to the offshore energy industry. The company provides technical solutions to enable the delivery of complex projects in all water depths and challenging environments. 

 

For more information please contact:

Polly Kirk

Marketing & Communications Manager

polly.kirk@meteogroup.com

+44 (0)20 7963 7575

Drawing on its extensive experience in the offshore sector, MeteoGroup will provide critical meteorological and metocean consultancy and services to help maximise operational efficiency.

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