Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Tender for the Baltic Power Contract Engineer Service

Tender for the Baltic Power Contract Engineer Service

The Baltic Power Offshore Wind Farm (OWF) is a project under development, located in the Polish Exclusive Economic Zone in the Baltic Sea. The offshore location license covers a total area of approximately 131 km2 and the buildable area available for installation of OWF components is approximately 100 km2. Offshore export cable route is located in Polish Exclusive Economic Zone, Baltic Territorial Sea and Internal Waters. Onshore part of the project is located in Choczewo Commune, Starosty of Wejherowo. Onshore export cable lines are located within the Choczewo Forest.

The expected installed capacity of Offshore Wind Farm is up to 1200 MW, consisting of 76 wind turbine generators. The WTG and OSS substructure types are monopiles. The Inter-Array Cables (IAC) network will connect each WTG in loops to the project’s Offshore Substations (OSSs). IAC voltage level will be 66 kV. The equipment specification assumes two offshore substations (OSS) with four export cable links running from the OSS(s) to shore, connecting the OWF through the project’s Onshore Substation (ONS) to the Polish transmission system.

The purpose of the Agreement with the Engineer is to establish a comprehensive, professional and effective supervision over the execution of the design works and Construction Contracts for all tasks within Baltic Power project, ensuring proper performance of all assignments under the Contract and the achievement of the planned utility and financial effects.

The project includes 7 separate construction projects under separate building permits:

  1. wind turbines and foundations
  2. inter array cables
  3. offshore substations
  4. offshore export cables
  5. onshore export cables
  6. onshore substation
  7. access roads


Interested parties shall be able to demonstrate the following capabilities to be considered for invitation to bid: 

In terms of technical or professional capacity Contractor shall provide and document experience:

  1. within the last 7 years before the lapse of the time limit for submitting requests to participate in tender procedure, and if the period of operation is shorter - within such period - in this period, it has performed jointly at least 1 service consisting in performing the function of the Contract Engineer including construction or reconstruction of HV substations 220kV and above and offshore hydrotechnical structures [preffered installation of foundation for WTG and OSS, installation of cables (IAC, EXC) installation of WTG and topside of the OSS].
  2. Contractor will present documents confirming that the works were performed properly, in accordance with the principles of good building practice and completed on time.


In terms of technical or professional capacity Contractor shall provide and document experience of each single person dedicated for execution of Contract: 

  1. Resident Engineer
  2. Deputy Resident Engineer
  3. Design solution verifier
  4. Investor’s supervision inspector
  5. Construction Manager
  6. Work Managers
  7. Specialist for settlement and administration 
  8. HSSE manager


Tender Schedule

If you have the required capabilities and want to be considered for inclusion in the Contract Engineer Service tender, please contact the required information by no later than 16:00 CET Friday 30th December.

Communication during tender process will be conducted only in English.



Friday, February 23, 2024

Baltic Power with award for European Deal of The Year of the year 2023

Baltic Power, a joint project of the ORLEN Group and Northland Power, has been recognized and honored with the prestigious award for the best European financial transaction of the year 2023. This unique award highlights the importance of Poland's first offshore wind farm in shaping the future of renewable energy sources in the region. The award statuette was handed over to Baltic Power Managememt Board representatives Jarosław Broda and Jens Poulsen during a gala in London.


Friday, January 26, 2024

The construction of a service base for offshore wind farm in Łeba has started

Work on the construction of a service base that will service the Baltic Power offshore wind farm, a joint project between ORLEN Group and Northland Power, has begun in Łeba. It will be a mother port for vessels transporting equipment and technical personnel responsible for maintaining the investment. The base will employ a total of around 60 people and will service the farm for its entire life cycle, i.e. a minimum of 25 years.


Tuesday, January 16, 2024

Baltic Power the world's first offshore wind farm using low-emission steel

The Baltic Power offshore wind farm, a joint project of ORLEN Group and Northland Power, will be the first in the world to be built using Low-emission steel produced almost entirely from recycled raw material in an electric arc furnace powered by renewable energy. The use of this material will reduce the turbine's lifecycle carbon footprint by 10 per cent. The Baltic Power farm will start production in 2026 and will be able to power more than 1.5 million households.


Monday, November 20, 2023

Medical facility in Łeba with financial support from Baltic Power

A medical facility in Łeba has received a grant of PLN 150,000. This financial support from Baltic Power has enabled the purchase of essential medical equipment for the facility. This is another of the initiatives of Baltic Power, a joint project between ORLEN Group and Northland Power for the local communities in Pomerania. It ties in with a program supporting the residents living in the areas where the accompanying infrastructure of offshore wind farms in the Baltic Sea is being built.