Air BP, from the oil and gas sector, talked about this week with participants in the offshore wind energy sector about a possible entry into the sector, with the North American market as its preferred option, according to Recharge.
Air BP’s Alternative energy development manager, Anya Hoff, discussed possible partnerships during the Global Offshore Wind event in London. The information is from a source familiar to the subject.
Unlike companies such as Shell, Total and Equinor, BP has no presence in offshore wind energy, despite owning a significant onshore fleet in the U.S. and being active in solar energy through its Lightsource BP development unit.
The oil and gas groups are increasingly seen as a key part of the future offshore wind scenario, thanks to the weight of their balance sheets and associated strengths in areas such as offshore engineering.
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