All over Europe, companies are looking to reduce energy costs and their carbon footprint. And its more than just talk the weekend saw the worlds largest floating (offshore) wind farm, Hywind Tampen, begin energy production. Developed by Equinor and located about 140 kilometres off the coast of Norway, the floating wind farm is the first in the world to power offshore oil and gas platforms. The wind farm is estimated to meet about 35% of the annual electricity power demand of five of the Gullfaks and Snorre partners rigs. Of course, this percentage will increase when wind speed is…

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