Source: Energy Global
Pillsbury client and green infrastructure developer Cerulean Winds has named NOV as the first of its delivery partners for the fabrication of its proposed integrated 200-turbine floating wind and green hydrogen development off the coast of Scotland.
The arrangement would establish NOV as the exclusive provider of floating and mooring systems in support of the venture, which would have the capacity to accelerate the decarbonization of oil and gas assets in the UK North Sea by more than half the 18 million tons of CO2 they currently produce by 2025.
Cerulean Winds is led by Dan Jackson and Mark Dixon, who have more than 25 years’ experience working together on large-scale offshore infrastructure developments in the oil and gas industry.
NOV, a U.S.-based multinational provider of marine equipment and wind vessel designs, has more than 20 years of experience in the offshore wind sector and unrivalled expertise in the installation and maintenance of floating structures in the energy space.
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The Pillsbury team representing Cerulean Winds on its ground-breaking projects in Europe is led by London-based Energy partner Gavin Watson and includes Jared Franicevic and Victoria Judd.