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MHI Vestas charters specialist transport vessel

DENMARK: Manufacturer MHI Vestas has chartered a large vessel from United Wind Logistics (UWL) and has commenced shipping components for the Walney Extension West project in the UK.

Boundary Pushers: Jens Tommerup, CEO, MHI Vestas

The CEO of MHI Vestas kicks off our new series on forging change through collaboration and innovation.

Dong agrees upstream oil and gas divestment

DENMARK: Dong Energy has taken a step closer to becoming a renewable energy-only producer with the agreement to sell its upstream oil and gas business for DKK 8.7 billion (€1.17 billion).

MHI Vestas expands Esbjerg facility

DENMARK: Manufacturer MHI Vestas has started construction of an assembly facility at the Port of Esbjerg, west Denmark, adding 65 jobs to the site.

Dong confident German projects can 'create value'

DENMARK: Speaking after Dong Energy reported a 53% fall in earnings, CFO Marianne Wiinholt is confident the developer's zero-subsidy German offshore projects will "create value".

'Outstanding year' for LM ahead of GE takeover

DENMARK: Blade designer and manufacturer LM Wind Power has reported pre-tax profits of €79 million in 2016, up from €22 million a year earlier.

Dong begins Vindeby decommissioning -- Pictures

DENMARK: Deconstruction of one the industry's earliest offshore wind projects has started, 26 years after it was put into operation.

MHI Vestas adds further Danish jobs

DENMARK: Offshore joint venture MHI Vestas is creating 414 new manufacturing jobs across two sites in Denmark to meet its order demand.

LM sees 40% increase in revenue

DENMARK: Blade manufacturer LM Wind Power said revenues increased 40% year-on-year in 2016 to €1.01 billion.

NKT takeover of ABB approved by EC

DENMARK: The European Commission (EC) has approved NKT Cables' takeover of ABB's high-voltage cable business, stating the merged company would continue to provide competition in the European market.


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