Statoil/Statkraft/Masdar – Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm 402 MW – Norfolk - Project Profile
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Statoil Wind Ltd (Statoil), Statkraft UK Ltd (Statkraft) and Masdar are jointly undertaking the development of Offshore Wind Farm project in north Norfolk, the UK.
The project involves the construction of an offshore wind farm with a capacity of 402MW. It includes the construction of a substation in Breckland District, buried cable system (cable route) includes 38km offshore and 48km onshore, the installation of generators, 67 wind turbines and transformers and the laying of transmission lines.
Warwick Energy will provide advice and support to Statoil Wind Ltd and Statkraft UK Ltd. Royal Haskoning DHV was appointed as environmental consultant for the project.
The planning application for the offshore components of the project were submitted to the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) in June 2009 and the offshore consents were awarded in July 2012.
The planning permissions for the main buried onshore cable sections within Breckland district and North Norfolk district were granted in October 2010 and June 2012 respectively.
In October 2012, project secured planning permission from Breckland Council to move forward with the construction of substation.
In July 2013, Statoil and Statkraft revised the plans for the project.
In November 2013, Yarmouth was selected as preferred base for operation and maintenance activities for the project.
Statoil is the manager for both the construction and the operational phase of the project.
In December 2013, DECC approved the revised planning consent for the project. In January 2014, Siemens plc was awarded the contract to supply and install the turbines for the project with a contract value of US$846 million.
In February 2014, ABB won US$55 million contract to supply a submarine AC (alternating current) power cable system. Electricity generated by the wind farm will be brought to shore via a seabed cable at Weybourne Hope, some five kilometers west of the coastal town of Sheringham. From there, an underground cable will be laid to carry the electricity to Necton, where a purpose-built substation will enable it to be transmitted into the national grid.
In March 2014, Atkins was awarded a front end engineering design (FEED) contract. The scope of contract will cover all design and engineering services for the project.
In April 2014, Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has awarded an investment contract which gives the guarantee of a minimum electricity price over 15 years also the contract for difference has been awarded.
In July 2014, Sif Group B.V. secured Monopile Foundation Fabrication contract for the proposed project. The scope of the contract covers the procurement, fabrication and assembly of 67 monopiles (MPs) and 67 transition pieces (TPs),
In September 2014, JDR Cables Systems Ltd secured contract to supply copper core inter-array cables and related accessories, pulling grips, hang-offs, connectors, fibre optic patch panels, cable cleats, three-month abandonment kits and subsea repair joints.
Siemens Transmission and Distribution Ltd was appointed as a contractor to take care of electrical infrastructure works. The scope of the contract covers engineering, procurement, construction and offshore hook-up of one onshore substation and another offshore substation including a jacket foundation. In addition, Siemens will connect the plant to the 400-kV power network of National Grid in Necton, Norfolk.
On September 24, 2014, Abu Dhabi Future Energy Company (Masdar) acquired a 35% stake in the project from Statoil. Statoil now owns 35% and will continue as operator of the project. Statkraft holds the remaining 30%.
In October 2014, Carillion was appointed to provide design, supply and installation of 288km of 132kV cable and associated jointing accessories of the project. Carillion will undertake all civil engineering and cable installation activities, including crossing a number of watercourses and strategic roads using trenchless techniques.
In October 2014, Siemens awarded the Design build contract to Sembmarine SLP.
North Midland Construction PLC has been awarded Sub-contract for civil works, scope includes steel-framed and clad building, the erection of fencing and bunding, the installation of drainage and work on the foundations.
Hutchinson Engineering has been appointed as the structural engineering for the project.
On March 26, 2015, construction activities on the project commenced. In May 2015, SPT Offshore has been awarded the design, fabrication and installation of the suction pile foundations for the substation.
In June 2015, Longitude Consulting Engineers Ltd and A2SEA were awarded a contract for the project. Under the contract A2SEA will supply its offshore installation vessel Sea Installer for the installation of turbines and Longitude Engineering will assist with the design of component sea fastenings.
In July 2015, R G Carter secured a contract for construction of onshore Operations and Maintenance base.
In April 2016, Statoil commenced marine installations on the project.
In May 2016, the project achieved financial closure, with US$1,885 million funding from the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd, BNP Paribas, units of Crédit Agricole and Societe Generale, KfW IPEX-Bank GmbH; Mizuho Bank, Abbey National Treasury Services, Siemens Financial Services and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation.
In August 2016, Peterson has been awarded two six year contracts from Statoil to provide logistics support for the Dudgeon offshore wind farm. Peterson is responsible for delivering logistics services comprising stevedoring, ship agency services, provisions delivery and transportation of personnel for walk to work security and the supply of fuelling services from its base in Great Yarmouth to the project site.
On January 7, 2017, A2SEA Installed first turbine for the proposed project.
Construction works are underway and slated to be completed in the fourth quarter of 2017.
The project involves the construction of an offshore wind farm with a capacity of 402MW at north Norfolk, the UK.
The US$2,137 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of Breckland District substation
2. Construction of buried cable system includes 38km offshore and 48km onshore
3. Installation of 67 turbines of 6MW each
4. Installation of transformers
5. Installation of power controlling systems
6. Construction of powerhouse
7. Laying of transmission linesReasons To Buy