Aker Offshore Wind takes "key strides" in third quarter

Money keeps leaking from the company, which on the other hand reports that its portfolio of opportunities and projects has grown and matured.

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Revenue has come to nearly NOK 6.5 million (USD 777,300) at Aker Offshore Wind in the third quarter of the year, with the bottom-line result showing a deficit of NOK 87.5 million.

That's still better than the preceding quarter, which saw the deficit come to NOK 104 million. However, the financial figures are hardly the most interesting thing about the company at the moment: Aker Offshore Wind doesn't currently have many projects to make money from, but the company does have the opportunity to secure them in the future.

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