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Seatrium and GE Vernova Awarded Contract for TenneT 2GW Offshore Transmission System in Netherlands

Seatrium and GE Vernova Inc. have been awarded a third contract by TenneT TSO B.V. for the construction of a 2-gigawatt (GW) High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) electric offshore transmission system in the Netherlands. This contract is part of the five-year Framework Cooperation Agreement announced by the Seatrium-GE Vernova consortium in March last year.


The project, scheduled to begin in June 2024 and expected to be commissioned by 2031, focuses on the Nederwiek 2 offshore wind farm, located approximately 95 kilometers off the coast of the Netherlands.

Mr. Samuel Wong, Executive Vice President of Fixed Platforms at Seatrium, expressed enthusiasm for the partnership, stating, “We are pleased to partner with TenneT and GE Vernova to deliver this transformative offshore wind solution. This project underscores our commitment to helping our customers achieve their renewable energy goals by providing innovative and cost-effective solutions that help accelerate the energy transition. With valuable experience from working on the first two platforms, we are confident of delivering a high-quality end product to our customer, as well as achieving greater synergies through project repeatability in our series-build strategy with the One Seatrium Global Delivery Model.”

The Seatrium-GE Vernova consortium aims to leverage their previous experience and the series-build strategy to ensure the success of the Nederwiek 2 project, contributing significantly to the renewable energy infrastructure in the Netherlands.

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