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The NOV Tri Floater base structure design can be floated in very shallow water depths suitable for the UKCerulean Winds has revealed it will bid for four seabed lease sites to decarbonise the UK’s oil and gas sector. The floating offshore wind and green energy proposal for Crown Estate Scotland’s Innovation and Targeted Oil and Gas leasing round (INTOG) includes four 1.5 GW sites of floating wind power. 
 
With well over £6 billion of investment proposed for each 100-turbine site, the scheme would abate tens of millions of tonnes of CO2 in line with North Sea Transition Deal targets. Cerulean Winds, with its selected delivery partner NOV, has been engaging the supply chain for over 18 months and has a live request for information (RFI) with UK yards for the fabrication and assembly of its tri-floater technology. The steel floating bases can be floated out from shore. The Cerulean Winds team is led by serial entrepreneurs Dan Jackson and Mark Dixon. The development requires no subsidies.
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