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Lamprell to work for Moray West Offshore Wind Farm in Scotland

Lamprell announced that it signed a capacity reservation agreement for the Moray West Offshore Wind Farm. The reservation agreement secures capacity in Lamprell's Hamriyah yard for the work as the project moves towards financial close and full contract award.

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Currently, Ocean Winds is developing the Moray West project off the coast of Scotland. Ocean Winds is the result of a 50-50 joint venture
between EDP Renewables (EDPR) and ENGIE.

The base scope of work is for the supply of 62 transition pieces, which includes 60 wind turbine generator transition pieces and two transition pieces for the two offshore substations, as well as for the shipping of the 62 transition pieces from the yard in the United Arab Emirates to a marshalling harbour in the UK. With contractual negotiations successfully concluded, and subject to the final investment decision on the Moray West project, a full notice to proceed for this very large contract is anticipated early in the second half of 2022, Lamprell said.

In anticipation of this and similar other awards in the Renewables business unit, the Group has commenced a significant yard upgrade programme, including the construction of a state-of-the-art renewables production line, through which we will be able to construct jacket components, transition pieces and monopiles, thereby expanding the Group’s capacity and product offering. This major capital expenditure project is expected to double Lamprell’s annual renewables revenue capacity while lowering unit production costs and materially improving margin contribution on offshore wind foundations projects.

Christopher McDonald, CEO of Lamprell said: “Having previously executed a large scope project for the Moray East wind farm, I am delighted that we have been able to offer a competitive solution for Moray West. The placing of such reservation agreements is a very positive sign of forward planning and addressing limited capacity in the offshore wind fabrication industry. We look forward to working closely with the team from Ocean Winds in the period ahead."

Windfair Editors
Lamprell, yard, Morey West, offshore, wind farm, Scotland, UK, turbine, transition piece, jacket, installation, trabnsport, project, financial close

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