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Jan De Nul – Formosa 1 (Phase 2) Offshore Wind Farm – January 2019 to October 201917 Array and 3 Export Cables 

Correll Group – Electrical Engineering Division was delighted that Jan De Nul selected our company to complete the termination & testing on the first major offshore wind farm in waters around Taiwan On the project, CS was responsible for: 

  • Pre-project meetings 
  • Site visits 
  • Creations of RAMS 
  • Creation of quality documentation 
  • Project HIRA meetings 
  • Mock-up trials at TP manufacturers facility in Thailand 
  • Post Lay Testing (continuity, IR, TDR & OTDR). 
  • Onshore export cable stripping and routing 
  • Onshore export jointing of the HV & FO cables 
  • Onshore substation HV & FO cable routing, cleating and termination 
  • On the 22 offshore assets: 
    • Stripping the export cable to expose the HV cores and FO cable 
    • Stripping the array cables to expose the HV cores and FO cable 
    • Complete the permanent hangoff 
    • Route the HV and FO cable into the TP/WTGS 
    • Cleat the HV cores from hangoff to the GIS  
    • Terminate and splice the FO cable into the cabinet 
    • Terminate three power cores into the GIS 
    • Complete post installation testing from the onshore substation to the offshore assets (VLF, IR, TDR & OTDR) 
    • Deliver an Inspection and Test Plan for the installed and tested system, forming part of key payment milestone. 


Swancor Renewable Energy (SRE) – Formosa 1 (Phase 2) Offshore Wind Farm – March 2022 to July 2022

Correll Group – High Voltage Management Division was awarded a contract from SRE to support with a Senior Authorised Person (SAP) and a Control Engineer to the Formosa 1 Offshore Wind Farm in Taiwan.

Correll will deliver works both offshore, on the Wind Turbine Generators and onshore on the substation.

During the course of works Correll will also be carrying out a tailored HV training program that will authorise the local engineers to carry out safety of the system on their own HV networks.

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