Statoil has made the final decision to construct the world's first floating offshore wind farm, which will be located in the North Sea and come at a price of around USD 236 million. The project will pave the way for more wind farms of this kind.
BY TOMAS KRISTIANSEN
With an investment of around USD 236 million, Norwegian energy giant Statoil has made a historical investment decision aimed at building the world's first floating wind farm.
Following the full takeover of multipurpose operator Intermarine, Harren Group assumes full control over German SAL Heavy Lift and American Intermarine, with the combined fleet now totaling 50 project cargo carriers.