Port of Nigg completes first phase of the Moray West Offshore Wind Farm

By: Chloe Emanuel

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13/06/2024 Port of Nigg

A total of 62 Transition Pieces have been preassembled and marshalled from the East Quay, destined for installation offshore by DEME Group’s Apollo jack-up vessel. This scope of work has been ably supported by Global Port Services and Global Energy Services, who have provided onsite services including craneage, logistics, mounting ancillary equipment, and inspection & repair. 
The Port of Nigg now turns to the next phase of OW Ocean Winds exciting project, with Siemens Gamesa operating from our South Quay for the preassembly and marshalling of wind turbine components. The tower sections, nacelles, and blades are being stored throughout the site ahead of their installation by Cadeler’s Wind Orca jack-up vessel. 
Port of Nigg and Global Energy Group congratulate all the teams involved for their collaborative, safe and efficient operations to deliver this groundbreaking project.

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Chloe Emanuel

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