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Oceaneering, a Norwegian subsidiary of Texas-headquartered Oceaneering International, and Havfram-owned company Kontiki Winds are teaming up on microgrid electrification projects using floating wind turbines to power offshore oil and gas assets and remote

The projects that Oceaneering and Kontiki Winds plan to deliver would electrify both offshore assets such as oil and gas production infrastructure as well as island states that are currently producing electricity by using fossil fuels.

The companies said they recongised an increasing requirement for oil and gas producers and remote island states to electrify their operations, with limited available options, and that their partnership would provide “a comprehensive and cost-competitive approach to electrification, using offshore wind, to realize microgrid electrification”.

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