Equinor bids on more floating wind in Scotland

The Norwegian oil firm has opted to ride the wave and submit a bid in the ScotWind license round, which closed on Friday.

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Equinor wants more Scottish offshore wind, as revealed Monday when the company announced that it had submitted a bid to the license round for ScotWind prior to the deadline on Friday.

As around half of the areas tendered in the license round are best suited to floating offshore wind, the Norwegian oil firm here sees an opportunity to gain a foothold.

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