Swire Energy Services (SES) has been handed a routine maintenance campaign contract by Danish green energy giant Orsted.
Over the course of the summer the Aberdeen-headquartered firm will provide services, including blade maintenance and the provision of service operation vessel logistics, for two wind farms off the coast of Cumbria.
The contract is one of the first major blade service scopes SES has won since it acquired wind service company ALL NRG in August of 2021.
Sabine Weth, SES’ vice president of wind, said: “We’re delighted to be awarded this contract by Orsted.
“The scope of work not only represents the hard work of our team in developing our Blade+ package, it is also a testament to our trusted presence in the wind market and our developing business relationship with Orsted.”
SES’ wind division provides end-to-end services designed to optimise the performance of onshore and offshore wind farms.
The energy services company operates in 30 countries and employs over 750 staff.
Last year SES won a contract with Orsted to provide helideck services and helicopter refuelling system services for Hornsea One, the world’s largest offshore wind farm, in the southern North Sea.