Aberdeen-based Swire Energy Services (SES) has signed a contract with Ørsted to provide helideck services and helicopter refueling systems for the Hornsea One wind farm in the South Sea. North in UK.
According to Swire Energy Services, the two-year contract, with the option of two one-year extensions, covers the provision of helideck services and helicopter refueling system services for the Hornsea One wind farm, located off the Yorkshire coast.
This contract builds on the previous Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) contract in 2017 for three complete helicopter refueling systems and includes additional scope for the provision of aeronautical services for additional Hornsea facilities later in the project.
The contract will be executed by SES aviation teams in Aberdeen, Norway and the United Arab Emirates, with support from the company’s global aviation center of excellence.
Ørsted commissioned the 1,218 MW Hornsea One in 2020, officially inaugurated as the world’s largest offshore wind farm.
The wind farm is owned by Ørsted (50%) and Global Infrastructure Partners (50%).
The Hornsea One has a network of 174 turbines spread over 407 km2 of the North Sea.