Offshore Wind Squeeze Tests Majors' Resolve

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  • European majors are positioning themselves for a period of rapid growth in offshore wind, as new markets open up around the globe.
  • But near-term inflationary pressures and heightened competition for wind acreage are putting their strategies to the test.
  • Companies must ensure their investments remain robust and that they are not wrong-footed as the global economy enters stormier waters.

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Renewable Electricity , Hydrogen, Majors, Corporate Strategy , Macroeconomics
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