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Offshore wind: Oil and gas contract and operability techniques may reduce delays in developing offshore wind. Peter Stratford. Energy World February 2007, P. 10-11

The UK has a huge potential for offshore wind farms, but there have been huge delays and uncertainty to hinder development. One way forward involves application of offshore oil and gas industry contracting and operability modelling in order to reduce uncertainty. Peter Stratford of BMT Renewables reports.

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