Semco secures major Taiwan contract

Northland Power and partners backing the Hai Long offshore wind farm have signed a deal with the Danish offshore operator’s Taiwanese joint venture.

Photo: Semco Maritime

Semco Maritime’s hitherto largest contract in Taiwan is now firm and unconditional.

Through its joint venture with Vietnamese PTSC M&C, the Danish offshore service supplier has signed an engineering, procurement and construction contract on two substations ordered by partners Northland Power, Yushan Energy, and Mitsui for projects Hai Long 2 and 3 totaling 1.044GW. The contract stems from a preferred supplier agreement agreement entered into last October.

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