Equinor aims to become global offshore wind leader within six years

The Norwegian state-owned oil giant wants to multiply its offshore wind capacity tenfold during the next six years, shows a statement on the company's new climate ambitions, published Thursday morning.
Photo: Jørgen Bratland / PR / Equinor
Photo: Jørgen Bratland / PR / Equinor

Equinor seeks to expand its renewable capacity tenfold by 2026 and sets a target to become the world leader within offshore wind. At the same time, the company now discloses its ambition to halve its CO2 emissions throughout its operations – from upstream to downstream – in compliance with the Paris Climate Accord, Equinor informs in statement Thursday morning.

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