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Orsted A/S, formerly Dong Energy A/S, is a Denmark-based energy company engaged in procuring, producing, distributing and trading energy and related products in Northwestern Europe. The Company operates through three segments: Wind Power, engaged in the development, construction and operations of wind farms; Bioenergy and Thermal Power, responsible for the generation of electricity and heat from thermal power stations; and Distribution and Customer Solutions, responsible for the purchase, sale and distribution of energy. The Company's competences are aimed at three core activities: development and construction of assets, operations and maintenance of assets, and sales and optimization of the energy commodities portfolio.
Kraftvaerksvej 53, Skaerbaek
Thomas Thune Andersen
Independent Chairman of the Board
President, Chief Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President, Member of the Executive Board
Executive Vice President, Chief Executive Officer Bioenergy
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Danish wind farm developer Orsted aims to invest in pilot projects that will use wind power and other renewable energy sources to make hydrogen fuel, its chief executive said.
Polish energy group PGE is close to signing a deal to sell 50% stakes in two planned offshore wind projects in the Baltic Sea to Denmark's Orsted, the companies said on Tuesday.
Lower output forecasts and project returns from Orsted <ORSTED.CO> eclipsed a jump in third-quarter profit, sending shares in the world's largest offshore wind energy developer down as much as 10% on Tuesday.
Orsted <ORSTED.CO> has agreed to sell its Danish power distribution and retail businesses to energy firm SEAS-NVE for 21.3 billion Danish crowns ($3.15 billion) on a cash and debt-free basis, the Danish utility said on Wednesday.
Orsted has agreed to sell its Danish power distribution and retail businesses to energy firm SEAS-NVE for 21.3 billion Danish crowns ($3.15 billion) on a cash and debt-free basis, the Danish utility said on Wednesday.
* Says power generation from existing sites was not satisfying
Orsted, the world's largest offshore wind energy developer posted second-quarter operating profit above expectations on Thursday thanks to ramped up power generation from new offshore wind farms.
Orsted on Wednesday reported higher first-quarter earnings from its offshore wind farms, in a positive sign for the Danish company's focus on renewables after selling its oil and gas business in 2017.
* Looking for partners for 1.14 GW German build to 2025 (Adds additional executive comments, context)
A setback for energy group Orsted's sale process of its Danish power network and private customer units will not curb its global growth ambitions, the group's head of offshore wind said.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2100 GMT on Monday:
Energy group Orsted <ORSTED.CO> said Monday it would halt the sale process of its Danish power distribution business after it became clear there was no longer political support for a divestment.
Danish energy company Orsted <ORSTED.CO>, 50.1 percent owned by the state, said on Sunday that the Finance Ministry had told it there was no longer political support for continuing divestment of its power distribution and residential customer businesses.
Danish energy group Orsted posted third-quarter profit well above analyst expectations on Thursday and lifted its outlook for the year, in part thanks to the contribution from new offshore wind projects.
Orsted <ORSTED.CO>, the world's largest offshore wind developer, said on Monday it would buy U.S.-based Deepwater Wind LLC for $510 million as part of its strategy to expand in a major growth market.
The world's largest offshore wind farm will open on Thursday off the northwest coast of England when Danish energy group Orsted <ORSTED.CO> unveils the Walney Extension project.
Danish offshore wind specialist Orsted aims to become one of a handful of future "renewable majors" that will lead a global transition from fossil fuels to green energy, the company's chief executive said.
Danish energy group Orsted <ORSTED.CO> has agreed to buy U.S. onshore wind farm developer Lincoln Clean Energy (LCE) in a $580 million deal, aiming to gain a foothold in what it sees as a key growth market.
Danish offshore wind farm developer Orsted said on Thursday it would buy U.S. wind farm developer Lincoln Clean Energy in a deal placing an enterprise valuation of $580 million on the U.S. firm.
* Looking at onshore wind and storage - CEO (Adds detail, background, shares)
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