European oil business are taking a more detailed check out overseas wind projects, as construction prices decrease as well as capitalist interest in renewables grows. Many have an advantage: experience boring in punishing conditions at sea.

Oil Producers Turn to Wind Power – MOTHER EARTH NOW

19 hours ago … Updated Dec. 26, 2016 7:36 a.m. ET The Netherlands wants to build the world’s largest offshore wind project, and an unlikely company is …

Oil Producers Turn to Wind Power – Royal Dutch Shell Group .com

19 hours ago … Oil Producers Turn to Wind Power. Dec 26th, 2016. by John Donovan. By ZEKE TURNER and SARAH KENT. Updated Dec. 26, 2016 7:36 a.m. …

Oil Producers Turn to Wind Power – WSJ

19 hours ago … European oil companies are taking a closer look at offshore wind projects, as construction costs drop and investor interest in renewables …


The Netherlands wants to develop the globe’s largest offshore wind task, and a not likely firm is aiding: Royal Dutch Covering PLC

. The oil-and-gas titan (RDSB.LN) is facing investor stress to create its eco-friendly company. Add in falling building expenses for such tasks, as well as Covering has actually made a decision to join a handful of other oil firms aiming to utilize their experience boring under punishing problems mixed-up.

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