Boskalis wins big role in establishing energy island in the North Sea

The Danish infrastructure fund has found a highly experienced group of partners to work with on establishing the upcoming energy isle in the North Sea. No Danish shipping companies are involved yet, but Danish Shipping is confident that Danish companies will be brought in.

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A set of veteran contractors, MT Højgaard, Boskalis, Deme and Acciona, have been selected to help set up Denmark's forthcoming energy island in the North Sea. As a team, these players are going by the name of NJORD.

With a new agreement in place, Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has come closer to manifesting the major project.

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