Shell jumps aboard Norwegian offshore wind tender

In partnership with power companies BKK and Lyse, the oil and gas supermajor announces its intention to bid for offshore wind development licenses on the Norwegian continental shelf.

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Royal Dutch Shell's Norwegian subsidiary, Norske Shell AS, now follows on the heels of rivaling oil giants in the pursuit of developing some of the hottest coming wind energy projects of the times.

Alongside utilities BKK and Lyse, Norske Shell will seek development licenses for the two areas Utsira Nord and Sørlige Nordsjø II, the three companies write in statement.

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