OEG Energy Contracts for Marine Coordination at Hai Long Offshore Project


OEG Energy Group’s Specialist Marine Consultants and Fern Communications have been contracted to deliver a turnkey marine coordination solution to the Hai Long Offshore Wind project in Taiwan.

The 1,022 MW project, located between 45 and 70 km from the coast and sitting in water depths between 35 and 55 m, is a joint project being developed by Northland Power, Yushan Energy and Mitsui, providing enough energy to power more than one million Taiwanese households, says OEG. 

The contract will be for the duration of the installation and commissioning works and will include the provision of an experienced U.K. marine coordination team, as well as development of a local Taiwanese team to manage the project marine coordination center in the longer-term.

“We are delighted to have been awarded the contract for the provision of these specialist services, which further underlines OEG Renewables position as a key player providing critical services to the offshore wind market in Taiwan and the broader APAC region,” says OEG’s Kevin Wu. “OEG Renewables is uniquely placed to service global clients and projects with its extensive operating footprint in over 60 countries and growing subsea and topside service offerings.”

This will be OEG Renewables’ 20th project in Taiwan.

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