OEG Energy Group secures turnkey marine coordination contract for Hai Long Offshore Wind Project in Taiwan


OEG Energy Group Limited announces that its subsidiaries, Specialist Marine Consultants (SMC) and Fern Communications (Fern), both OEG Renewables businesses, have been awarded a contract for a turnkey marine coordination solution for the Hai Long Offshore Wind Project in Taiwan. The 1,022 MW project, a collaboration between Northland Power Inc., Yushan Energy Pte. Ltd., and Mitsui & Co., Ltd., is set to become Taiwan’s largest offshore wind initiative, catering to over one million households.

OEG Energy Group Limited is a leading offshore solutions business supporting the energy transition. With a global footprint in over 60 countries, the group specialises in versatile mission-critical services. OEG’s Renewables business plays a crucial role in the development, construction, and maintenance of offshore wind farms and marine energy projects.

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OEG Renewables, with a robust presence in Taiwan, has secured its 20th project in the country, 15 of which involve marine coordination contracts. This reinforces the company’s stature as a leader in providing specialised services to offshore wind markets in the APAC region and globally.

The turnkey contract encompasses the installation and commissioning phases, featuring an experienced marine coordination team from the UK. Additionally, a local Taiwanese team will be developed for long-term management of the project’s marine coordination centre.

Kevin Wu, Regional Director (OEG Renewables) APAC, expressed delight, stating, “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.”

Taiwan’s ambitious offshore wind targets, aiming for 13GW by 2030 and up to 55GW by 2050, position it as a key growth region. OEG Renewables is strategically positioned to leverage its global footprint and expanded services, contributing to the energy transition.

This contract marks OEG Renewables’ 15th marine coordination engagement offshore Taiwan, showcasing its continuous growth alongside the region’s increasing offshore wind capacity. The company’s commitment to local teams aligns with its vision for sustained value and engagement within regional communities.

For more information, visit OEG Energy Group.

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