LOC to support 350 MW Chinese offshore wind farm
LOC has won a contract with China Pacific Insurance Co (CPIC) to provide marine warranty services (MWS) to support transport and installation operations for the Jieyang II offshore wind project in China.
Under the agreement, LOC China will provide document review and verification of all critical marine operations and procedures, including on-site attendance to approve procedures.
The scope will also include vessel suitability surveys to support the project for the duration of critical operations. Work is expected to start in August.
“The Jieyang II windfarm is a major project win and our first post the coronavirus pandemic in China,” said Shi Wenchao, Managing Director of LOC China.
“LOC has a strong position in renewables, based on extensive experience and knowhow, which, combined with our understanding and presence in the Chinese market, put us in a good position to win the work and deliver on the project.”
The 350 MW Jieyang II wind farm will consist of 64 turbines. It is owned by State Power Investment Group and Guangdong Electric Power Co. Ltd.