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2011, Spaven Consulting, Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm, Investigation of Potential Impacts on Helicopter Access to Offshore Gas Platforms

2011, Spaven Consulting, Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm, Investigation of Potential Impacts on Helicopter Access to Offshore Gas Platforms

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This report assesses the potential impact of the Triton Knoll offshore wind farm on helicopter operations to and from adjacent gas platofrms in the Southern North Sea. The Triton Knoll Wind Farm will consist of between 150 and 333 wind turbines with a tip height of up to 220m, 33km off the Lincolnshire coast. Seven offshore installations have the potential to be affected by the Triton Knoll Wind Farm - the Amethyst A1D, A2D, B1D and C1D; the Pickerill A and B; and the Guinevere. Potential effects on helicopter operations to platforms in the vicinity of Triton Knoll have been assessed using methodology developed in support of the Gwynt y Mor Offshore Wind Farm in Liverpool Bay and adapted in response to consultations with the helicopter operators. 

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