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Equinor to electrify platforms for billions and reduce CO2 emissions

Equinor, formerly Statoil, will use more energy from land to a series of rigs in the North Sea, thus reducing CO2 emissions. The project will cost billions, reports Dagens Næringsliv.

The platform Troll C is one of three installations to be electrified, according to Equinor's plans. Photo: Øyvind Hagen/Equinor

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