Shell enters South Korean floating offshore wind

The oil major signs a development agreement for a Swedish twin-turbine floating platform design planned to result in a 200 MW South Korean floating offshore wind farm as early as 2022.

Photo: CoensHexicon

Swedish firm Hexicon seems set for a smaller breakthrough for its floating offshore wind platform concept. In a joint venture with South Korean oil service company Coens, the platform's designer has now entered a joint development deal with Shell to install floating wind off the coast of the East Asian country, informs CoensHexicon in a statement.

"This is the start of our commercial journey in South Korea and similar places around the globe," writes Henrik Baltscheffsky, CEO of Hexicon AB and director of CoensHexicon Co., Ltd.

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