ArcelorMittal steel in world’s first floating windfarm

04 April 2016 

Produced in Gijón, Spain, the ArcelorMittal naval heavy plates in grades NV36D and NV36E will be used to construct the windfarm’s five floating structures, which will be located at Buchan Deep – some 25 km east of Peterhead.   

Joint venture Navantia-Windar selected ArcelorMittal as its steel supplier for the project because the company offered several key customer benefits. The contract was awarded by Statoil subsidiary Hywind Scotland Ltd.

For the full press release, go to arcelormittal.com

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