COP27: GE plans to use Egyptian offshore wind to power oil and gas

US tech giant GE is considering using offshore wind turbines to power oil and gas facilities in the Gulf of Suez, according to a deal signed at the COP27 climate summit in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt.

by Craig Richard
The companies plan to use wind turbines to power oil and gas facilities in the Gulf of Suez, Egypt (Pic credit: DeAgostini/A Vergani/Getty Images)
The companies plan to use wind turbines to power oil and gas facilities in the Gulf of Suez, Egypt (Pic credit: DeAgostini/A Vergani/Getty Images)

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