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  • There are three main cornerstones in StatoilHydro’s strategy for growth and development : To maximise resource potential on the NCS e.g. IOR To grow internationally - our production and presence To gradually grow our portfolio within new energy – we are now 100 employees working in NE, perhaps 5 times more than 2 years ago.

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  • HyWind and Sheringham Shoal Øistein Johannessen Vice President Communications Technology and New Energy
  • Statoil’s threefold strategy Maximise resource potential on the Norwegian shelf International growth Stepwise growth within New Energy Harsh environment Deep water Heavy oil Gas value chain
  • Hywind – slender cylinder concept
    • Decision to invest was taken in May 08
    • Experience and knowledge from the petroleum sector have been essential to progress concept
    • Contractors
      • Siemens
      • Technip
      • Nexans
      • Haugaland Kraft
      • Enova
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  • Key data and characteristics of demo concept
    • Main Data
    • WTG: Siemens 2.3 MW
    • Turbine weight: 138 tons
    • Draft: 100 m
    • Displacement: 5300 m 3
    • Diameter at water line: 6 m
    • Water depths: 120-700 metres
    • Characteristics
    • Steel tower and substructur
    • Dynamic pitch regulation
    • Completed at inshore site
    • Towed upright to field
    • Designed for extreme North Sea conditions
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  • Lift of hub including blades on 13 May 2009
  • Official opening 8 September 2009
  • Status Hywind
    • Normal unsupervised operation started on 21. December 2009
    • Produced more than 4,5 GWh from 23.12-15.08
    • From March to August capacity above 40%
    • Less alarms than anticipated
    • Movements of turbines has proven to be less than anticipated through simulation models
    • Technical verification documented by September 2010
  • Long way from idea to commercial concept Demo Medium park Technological Focus Cost Focus Market Focus Model test Concept & theory Onshore connected parks 2001 2005 2009 201x??
  • Sheringham Shoal Offshore Wind Farm
    • Scira Offshore Energy Ltd.
    • 50 years lease agreement with The Crown Estate
    Sheringham Shoal Wind Farm
  • Scira Offshore Energy Ltd.
    • Statoil 50%, Statkraft 50%
    • Statoil is operator for Scira during the Development and Construction Phase
      • Manager for construction activities and preparation for operations
    • Scira will be responsible for the operation and maintenance phase
      • Personnel working for Scira during the O&M phase will be a mix of secondees from the owners, local employees and service contractors
  • Wind Farm Highlights
    • Project Highlights
    • Installed capacity 317 MW
    • 35 km2 wind farm appr. 20 km off the coast
    • Water depth 17m – 22m
    • Development Concept
    • 88 wind turbine generators, each 3.6 MW
    • 2 offshore substations
    • Submarine infield cables (33 kV)
    • Submarine export cables (132 kV) to shore
    • Ca 22 km underground cabling from shore to Salle
    • Connection to regional grid (EdFE) at Salle for further connection to National Grid (NGET) at Norwich
  • Schedule and Cost
    • Status
    • Onshore construction ongoing
    • Harbour development complete
    • Foundation installation started
    • 2010
    • Install foundations and cables offshore
    • Commissioning onshore substation
    • 2011
    • Install offshore substations
    • Install wind turbines
    • First production of electricity 2Q
    • Installation complete by 4Q
    • Final commissioning and capacity testing
    • Total estimated cost:
    • £ 1 billion
  • Multi-contract strategy
    • Wind Turbine Generators EPC(I) Siemens
    • Foundations EPCI MT Højgaard
    • Electrical Infrastructure EPCI AREVA T&D
    • Subsurface Export and Infield Cables EPC Nexans Norway AS
    • Onshore cable EPCI Carillion Utility Services
    • Cable Installation Visser and Smit
    • WTG Installation vessel Master Marine ASA
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