Taylor Hopkinson Wins Offshore Wind Contract in Taiwan

Source: www.gulfoilandgas.com 3/8/2021, Location: Asia

Following a successful tender process, Taylor Hopkinson (TH) has secured contract award for the supply of Client Representatives to Changfang & Xidao (CFXD) Offshore Windfarm in Taiwan developed by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP).

The scope of work will see TH’s Offshore Wind Contract team supply Client Representatives across all packages including Foundations, WTG and Cables inclusive of onshore HDD works. The agreement commenced in January 2021 and will run until 2023.

The CFXD Offshore Windfarm, which reached financial close in February 2020 will be constructed in two phases with an awarded grid capacity of 600 MW and they are expected to be fully commissioned by December 2023.

Taylor Hopkinson has supplied specialist teams to deliver packages of work on over 75 offshore wind farms globally, carving out a dominant position in the provision of contractors for offshore wind projects in APAC in recent years.

Ryan Colbeck, Senior Project Manager for Changfang & Xidao on TH’s appointment,

“Taylor Hopkinson have been chosen for our Changfang & Xidao Project based on their strong presence and excellent track-record in Taiwan and globally. With Taylor Hopkinson on board, we will be able to support our project team and suppliers and ensure consistency across all of our offshore transport and installation activities. Once completed, the project will feed 600 MW into the Taiwanese grid, supplying enough clean energy to power 650,000 households. The next three years will be an exciting time in what is still a developing market. However, with the support of our trusted suppliers and partners, we know the project will be a resounding success.”

Neil Brown, Head of Offshore Wind Contract at Taylor Hopkinson said,

“Our expansion into APAC in the last four years has seen TH deliver key scopes of work to the majority of offshore wind farms in the region. We are excited to collaborate with COP on the CFXD project and it is testament to the best-in-class contract recruitment services that the team have worked tirelessly to create and continue to develop in the offshore wind sector.”


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