Saipem 7000: On board the vast oil sector ship charting a new course for clean energy

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The 118,000 tonne ship has spent three decades building oil and gas rigs - BusinessGreen climbs aboard ahead of its new offshore wind voyage

Near Cartagena's ancient harbour on the southern coast of Spain, a road winds through an industrial suburb until it reaches the end of a quay where, over the winter months, a great cubic hulk of steel...

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