Total mulls electrification of Tyra using wind

The French oil major confirms plans to electrify the Tyra field in order to reduce the climate footprint of its operations.

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A Danish project could play a part in Total's plans to reduce emissions from its oil and gas operations -- Scope 1 and 2 -- by 40 percent approaching 2030, before the French company's planned net-zero emissions by 2050.

Total is examining whether the Tyra field can be electrified using wind turbines, as revealed by Arnaud Breuillac, head of exploration and production, when the company presented its latest fiscal report on Tuesday.

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