Hands-on approach slashes offshore operating fees

OFFSHORE: E.on has learned the hard way that fixing problems at sea requires far more effort than on land. It weathered many troubles with its 30 Vestas turbines installed in 2004 at Scroby Sands off the UK's east coast.

by Janice Massy
Helicopter access can improve accesibility, but restricts the loads that can be carried
Helicopter access can improve accesibility, but restricts the loads that can be carried

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