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US sets date for next seabed auction

Ørsted features as one of 16 potential bidders in the May auction of two licenses off the coast of North and South Carolina, which a US-based behemoth also covets.

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The US Department of Treasury is unlikely to have finished counting the influx of billions from last month’s New York Bight seabed auction, but another waits right around the corner.

On May 11, the next licensing round will kick off for two areas in the Carolina Long Bay, the US Department of the Interior informs on Friday.

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