Moray Firth marine environment benefits from safe disposal of UXOs

The consortium behind the Moray West Offshore Wind Farm, part of the growing Ocean Winds portfolio of UK projects, has recently signed a contract with EODEX UK Subsea Ltd, for the safe and environmentally friendly disposal of legacy Unexploded Ordnance (UXOs) in the Moray Firth, ahead of construction works on offshore wind turbines. Ocean Winds is an international offshore wind energy company created by EDP Renewables (EDPR) and ENGIE (50:50).

EODEX are finalists in the Global Offshore Wind Awards 2022!

We were delighted to hear that EODEX and Andrew Woollven are a finalist in the RenewableUK Global Offshore Wind Awards 2022!

We have been nominated for the ‘supply chain innovation award’ sponsored by SSE Renewables, which is amazing!

We are looking forward to the awards evening at the Royal Lancaster, London on the 25th of October. Well done and good luck to all the nominees!

EODEX are exhibiting at WindEnergy Hamburg from 27 – 30 September 2022

EODEX is looking forward to exhibiting at WindEnergy Hamburg at the Hamburg Messe und Congress GmbH from 27 – 30 September. We will be at the Scotland Pavilion with Scottish Development International, hall B2.EG, stand 146.

If you would like to arrange to meet with Andrew Woollven or Lee Wasling MIExpE whilst there, please send a DM or an e-mail to

Unexploded bomb discovery flags growing challenge for offshore wind

Marine UXOs are proving to be a relatively new problem for the fast-growing US offshore wind market. As an example, Ørsted recently found 11 UXOs in the waters near Rhode Island, US while conducting a marine survey. It’s long been an “out of sight, out of mind” situation, explained Andrew Elvin OBE, a former Royal Navy expert in unexploded ordnance and President of the American arm of EODEX. EODEX has an environmentally way of dealing with UXOs.