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Port of Nigg Site Overview 300 200The first steel cutting of the J-tube frames for the 882MW Moray West offshore wind farm has taken place at the Port of Nigg by Global Energy Group’s (GEG) North Fabrication division.
Following months of pre-production engineering, this marks the start of the fabrication phase of two J-tube frames which will be attached to the offshore substation platforms. The frames will support the steel tubes that protect the cables coming into the OSPs from the wind turbines, as well as the cables exporting the power to shore. Developed by Ocean Winds, the 50:50 joint venture between Engie and EDP Renewables, the Moray West Offshore Wind Farm will be installed in the outer Moray Firth, located adjacent to the existing 950MW Moray East Offshore Wind Farm.
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