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Statoil of Norway is planning to invest more than £13bn in an offshore wind development at Dogger Bank in the North Sea, which could create hundreds of jobs in the North East.
Statoil is to set up a new headquarters at the Prime Four business park in Aberdeen, with the creation of 200 onshore and 500 offshore jobs.
Statoil is looking to employ 1,000 people out of Aberdeen by 2017, in order to develop the Mariner and Bressay oil fields.
Statoil of Norway is to invest £4.3bn in the Mariner North Sea oilfield, with the creation of 200 jobs in Aberdeen.
Statoil of Norway is to invest a further £12bn in the development of two new oil fields off the north coast of Scotland, including a new operations centre in Aberdeen and 300 jobs.
Statoil is to set up a new 26,000 sq ft office for its North Sea oil business at Paddington Central in London.
Statoil is to resume work on the £6bn development of the Mariner and Bressay oil fields in the North Sea, including a new operations centre in Aberdeen and 700 new jobs.
Statoil is considering sites off the coasts of Fraserburgh and the Isle of Lewis for the development of floating wind farms, in order to use its new Hywind turbine technology.
Statoil has acquired the development rights to build an underground gas storage facility at Aldbrough near Hull.