Dogger Bank Offshore Wind Farm

Aibel will deliver two converter platforms with jackets for the world's largest offshore wind farm.

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Aibel was awarded the contract in November 2019 by the SSE Renewables and Equinor consortium who are developing the world's largest offshore wind farm in the Dogger Bank area in the UK part of the North Sea.

Initially, Aibel will deliver two converter platforms for the Dogger Bank A and Dogger Bank B projects (former Creyke Beck A and Creyke Beck B). The contract has an option for a third platform for the Dogger Bank C project (former Teeside A) at the same wind farm. Dogger Bank A and B will have a lean design, with a steel jacket structure and no living quarter or helideck. The platforms will normally be unmanned, operated from shore and accessed only by SOV (Service Operations Vessel).

The project is headed from Haugesund, while construction of the topsides will take place at Aibel's yard in Thailand. They will then be transported to Haugesund, where they will be outfitted with ABB's latest generation HVDC converter technology, before final completion and commissioning.


Contract: EPCIC (engineering, procurement, construction, installation and commissioning)

Client: Equinor and SSE Renewables consortium

Value: More than NOK 2.5 billion

Delivery: Dogger Bank A in Q2 of 2023. The delivery of Dogger Bank B is scheduled for Q2 of 2024 and Dogger Bank C Q2 2025.

The Dogger Bank offshore wind farm will have a combined capacity of up to 3.6 GW, and it is expected to produce enough energy to power the equivalent of 4.5 million UK homes.