Huge floating wind farms could be used to decarbonise emissions from North Sea oil platforms.
Cerulean Winds, an infrastructure developer, has made a request to Marine Scotland to lease parts of the seabed for its ambitious plans.
The London company wants to install hundreds of turbines offshore that could generate electricity for oil platforms as well as feeding hydrogen production facilities on the Scottish mainland. It wants to have more than 200 of the largest floating turbines across two sites, one wet of Shetland and the other in the central North Sea and believes it can accelerate the decarbonisation of the oil sector.

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