Ambassador believes in Danish-British offshore collaboration despite Brexit

When the UK bids farewell to the EU, it will also bid farewell to its collaboration with Denmark in the offshore industry, explains the British ambassador, who prefers not to contemplate the worst case scenario.

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On March 29, the UK will activate EU Treaty Article 50 and begin its unprecedented exit from the EU. However this should not impact the cooperation between Danish and British offshore operators, says the British ambassador, according to Danish daily Børsen.

Rather, the British ambassador expects that the UK will continue to fully engage in the offshore industry in the North Sea, explaining that the UK will continue developing areas such as wind energy, solar, oil, and gas.

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