Dudgeon Offshore Wind Limited, which holds the licences and consents to enable it to construct the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm, is owned by two Norwegian companies, Statoil and Statkraft, and Masdar of Abu Dhabi.
Statoil is an integrated technology based international energy company, primarily focused on upstream oil and gas business. Statoil is headquartered in Norway, with 21,000 employees and operations in 36 countries. It has more than 30 years experience from its work on the continental shelf, pioneering complex offshore projects under the toughest conditions.
The company's culture is founded on strong values and high ethical standards. It aims to deliver long term growth, continuing to develop technologies and manage projects that will meet the world’s energy and climate change challenges in a sustainable way. Statoil is listed on the NYSE and the Oslo Stock Exchange.
Masdar is Abu Dhabi's renewable energy company advancing the development, commercialisation and deployment of clean energy technologies and solutions. The company serves as a link between today's fossil fuel economy and the energy economy of the future. Wholly owned by the Mubadala Development Company PJSC, the strategic investment company of the Government of Abu Dhabi, Masdar is dedicated to the Emirate's long-term vision for the future of energy and water.
Statkraft is Europe's largest generator of renewable energy and is the leading power company in Norway. The company owns, produces and develops hydropower, wind power, gas power and district heating. Statkraft is a major player in European power trading and has 3,600 employees in more than 20 countries.
Statkraft has been active in the UK since 2003. The company develops, owns and operates renewable power production facilities and is also involved in the trading and origination of power from its own projects and those of third parties. Statkraft operates hydropower plants, onshore and offshore wind farms across the UK.