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- Mooring lines can fail at any time - the failures are not always obvious but the consequences are significant

- The offshore energy industry averages 4 mooring line failures per year(1,2)

- Ongoing monitoring using a trained and proven system can detect failures earlier so owners and operators can react in time

The role of OE is multi-faceted and requires an independent organisation with very high technical capabilities and a detailed resume with plenty of prior experience.

AMOG’s foundation was the offshore oil and gas sector and, since 1991, the company has worked with top tier global companies; owners and operators alike.

From economic and field modelling and architecture, through to detailed design and analysis (including specialised areas such as moorings, pipelines and cables, and risers), AMOG can apply engineering discipline around project management, installation supervision, integrity management, and safety assessments.

ERDF Landscape

AMOG Dynamic Power Testing Project - Offshore Cornwall.

June 2019 and AMOG is very excited to have receive notification from Cornwall Development Company Ltd that European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Marine Challenge Fund has approved further investment in AMOG's WEC Technology Demonstrator Field Trial and Dynamic Power Testing Project.

ERDF Landscape

In late December 2017, AMOG was very excited to receive notification from Cornwall Development Company Ltd that European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) Marine Challenge Fund approved investment in AMOG's WEC Technology Demonstrator project.