Shell joins consortium bidding for North Sea energy island

Shell has signed a letter of intent on taking part in and co-financing the bid for CIP-led Vindø consortium’s bid for energy island in the North Sea.

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The partners in the Vindø consortium, which aims to build the first energy island in the North Sea, are set to welcome another player.

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, PensionDanmark, PFA and Andel have signed a letter of intent with Shell for the oil company to join the consortium, writes PensionDanmark in a press release.

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