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TotalEnergies mulls buying into world's largest offshore wind farm

The oil firm considers buying into the third stage of Equinor and SSE's project Dogger Bank, according to Bloomberg's information.

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French oil supermajor TotalEnergies considers buying into what will become the world's largest offshore wind farm, reports Bloomberg News citing anonymous sources familiar with the matter.

The company thereby underlines once again its green ambitions, mulling a share of approximately 20 percent in the third phase of the Dogger Bank wind project in the North Sea, being developed by British utility SSE and Norwegian oil firm Equinor.

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