From German bombs to Roman anchors, as more offshore energy infrastructure is built the history of the North Sea is colliding with its future.
PanGeo Subsea has been contracted to undertake an unexploded ordinance survey (UXO) for an unknown Scottish North Sea windfarm project.
New technology is helping to help pinpoint unexploded mines, bombs and missiles at new offshore energy sites.
A new online map reveals the location of dozens of war-time unexploded mines and bombs around the UK coastline, enabling developers of offshore energy projects to work out how to safely carry out operations.
The RWE Gwynty Môr Offshore windfarm has reached an important milestone after clearance certificates were issued for the project in Liverpool Bay.