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Green gigawatts: Turbines and drillrigs, the Gulf of Mexico and the energy transition

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World Hydrogen Leader Charley Rattan Associates

UK based offshore wind & hydrogen corporate advisor and trainer; Faculty member World Hydrogen Leaders. Delivering global hydrogen and offshore wind corporate investment advice, business...

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Interesting 'Recharge' in-depth article on the Gulf of Mexico echoing my own recent thoughts in the piece below

“The UK, the world leader in offshore wind, has built around 10GW. At a stroke, BOEM could raise this fiftyfold — 500GW — in one region alone. Everything, as the old saying goes, really is bigger in Texas.

“Most of the majors present in the Gulf of Mexico and indeed elsewhere, are considering what to do with their assets in the new climate-driven world. BP, Shell and other majors have committed to net zero by 2050, and this is on a global basis.”






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