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Norway-based Fred. Olsen Windcarrier AS, which is indirectly owned on a 50/50 basis by Bonheur ASA and Ganger Rolf ASA, says it has been awarded a contract to perform the installation work on the Butendiek offshore wind farm, located in the German North Sea.

Under the contract, Fred. Olsen Windcarrier will install 80 Siemens wind turbines for the 288 MW project. The contract begins in September 2014, and the installation work is expected to take about 250 days. The work will be performed using either the Brave Tern or Bold Tern installation vessel.




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