Offshore Wind Farm

Operated by Equinor

About the owners

Dudgeon Offshore Wind Limited, which holds the licences and consents to enable it to construct the Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm, is owned by Norwegian company Equinor, China Resources (Holdings) Co. Ltd of Hong Kong, and Masdar of Abu Dhabi.

Equinor, formerly called Statoil, is an integrated technology based international company, primarily focused on upsteam oil and gas business. The company is headquarted 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. Equinor 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.

China Resources (Holdings) Co. Ltd is a diversified holding company registered in Hong Kong. It consists of seven key strategic business units covering consumer products, power, real estate, cement, gas, pharmaceuticals and finance. All its investments through those business units are self-operated businesses, which have more than 450,000 employees.

Clean energy is a growing element of its power business unit, and as well as wind energy its operations include hydropower plants, photovoltaic power generation and distributed energy resource projects.