Ørsted, Mitsui and Ta Tong to build first Taiwan-flagged SOV

OFFSHORE wind giant Ørsted has signed a 15-year deal with a joint venture between Taiwan’s Ta Tong Marine Group and Japan’s Mitsui Lines to build the first Taiwan-flagged service operation vehicle, which will work on the company’s 900 megawatt Greater Changhua offshore wind farms.

Ørsted, Mitsui and Ta Tong to build first Taiwan-flagged SOV Ørsted, Mitsui and Ta Tong to build first Taiwan-flagged SOV Ørsted, Mitsui and Ta Tong to build first Taiwan-flagged SOV Ørsted, Mitsui and Ta Tong to build first Taiwan-flagged SOV Ørsted, Mitsui and Ta Tong to build first Taiwan-flagged SOV

Vessel to carry out O&M for Greater Changhua offshore wind farms

 

The charter contract represents the first-ever tailor-made SOV in Taiwan and the Asia Pacific, scheduled for delivery in 2022 and will be based out of Taichung port, where Ørsted's

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