Esvagt aims for two new contracts within US offshore wind

After recently being put up for sale, 2021 will be a defining year for Esvagt, which is betting on US offshore wind. The Danish service carrier has submitted an offer for an Equinor contract and plans to bid in an additional two tenders in the US, the CEO tells EnergyWatch's sister media ShippingWatch.

Peter Lytzen, CEO of Esvagt, is betting on the US offshore wind market with a US joint venture partner. | Photo: PR/Esvagt

Esvagt is betting on a breakthrough in the US offshore wind market, with several lucrative contracts in the works.

Meanwhile, the Danish offshore and service operator has been put up for sale.

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