Set to enter both the US and European markets in 2024, this vessel is designed to address the growing need for larger crew transfer vessels in the offshore wind industry while prioritizing stability, cost-effectiveness, and operability.
According to an analysis conducted by Imperial College London for Drax Electric Insights, the UK's wind farms have reached 28.9 gigawatts (GW) of capacity, overtaking combined cycle gas power stations, which have 28.7 GW of capacity.
Arne Gurtner, Senior Vice President UK & Ireland at Equinor, emphasized the value of the company's knowledge in deploying floating wind infrastructure to generate power for offshore oil and gas platforms.
As the energy industry converges on Aberdeen for the eagerly anticipated Offshore Europe event the appointed supply chain champion for the industry emphasizes that companies are primed to exploit the global opportunities this event offers.
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