UK scores big on offshore licenses

Projects of nearly 8 GW were secured via the UK's first licensing round in a decade, which, besides bringing two new oil firms to the European market, is sure to pad the British treasury with major license payments.

The Hornsea area was part of the previous licensing round held in 2010. | Photo: Ørsted

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