Total's offshore wind outlook sets new horizons in transit country

The French oil company has recently manifested as one of the most aggressive sector players in terms of sustainable transformation, say analysts from Rystad Energy and Wood Mackenzie. New market conditions in Denmark underline the need for change at the supermajor.

Two analysts agree that Total's leadership in Paris has momentum behind its transition strategy these days. | Photo: GONZALO FUENTES/REUTERS / X07238

A clear picture is beginning to emerge early this year showing new winds blowing across the world's largest oil and gas companies.

French supermajor Total, monopoly license operator in the Danish North Sea, has been so active in pursuing new greener projects that this year's first handful of projects are easy to list.

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