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Ørsted A/S (D2G.F)

Frankfurt - Frankfurt Delayed Price. Currency in EUR
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81.70+0.98 (+1.21%)
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    gayle siebern
    The world's largest-capacity offshore wind energy project has gone live in the North Sea centered about 56 miles off the U.K.'s east coast. Developed by Denmark-based Ørsted A/S, the 1.3-GW Hornsea 2 project includes 165 wind turbines, each with 266-ft-long blades.

    Hornsea 2, spread over 178 sq miles of sea and connected to shore via 242 miles of power cables, lies next to the existing 1.2-GW, 170-turbine Hornsea 1 farm, which began operating in June 2019. They are both adjacent to the planned 2.8-GW Hornsea 3 project, which secured a commercial contract for difference from the U.K. government earlier this year.
    Ørsted operates 13 U.K. offshore wind farms totaling 6.2 GW, enough to power more than 7 million homes. "By 2030, we will be on track to power over a quarter of U.K. households," notes Darren Ramshaw, vice president and head of U.K. east coast region.

    In July, installation also started of 277 monopile foundations for the vast Dogger Bank offshore wind project centered 81 miles off the U.K.'s east coast. More than 236 ft tall, each foundations weigh nearly 1,200 tons. The project is due for completion in three 1.2-GW phases between the second half of next year and 2026.

    “The North Sea is uniquely positioned to help meet European objectives of reliable, affordable and sustainable energy supplies," according to Pål Eitrheim, executive vice president for renewables at the energy company Equinor. A joint venture of SSE Renewables (40%), Equinor (40%) and Eni Plenitude (20%) owns the project.

    There were seven offshore wind projects under construction in the seas around Europe in first half of this year, including Hornsea 2, according to the trade body WindEurope. Projects off France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway and the U.K. totaled 3.8 GW.
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    PCJoe
    Well - what a difference a few days make – That`s me sold out of Orsted 100% today - A great pity because I love the Co and I had this one down for my long term pension plan, but the Danish Govts cash grab plans have put that one off the table

    The Danish Govt own more than 50% of the company and obviously by this latest move are now looking at the Co as an ongoing Cash Cow, rather than as an independent Co - Frankly I think political/national greed is involved here - All share holders should have been looking forward to a rising Capital value (SP) and rising dividends - The Danish Govt now seems to have its eyes on reaping their own extra "Tax” dividend with other shareholders being unfairly excluded

    Orsted should have had an enviable future ( It may still have) but with the dead hand of Govt interference/greed then that is now in question for me

    The Danish Govt has seen the potential for increasing takings here & given Orsted valuable Sea Bed real Estate value and future pipeline of same, it has made its move - Likely a win win for them as this move could also crash the SP and allow them to get 100% of the Co on the cheap - Too much risk for other shareholders here now - I smell a potential and serious mugging in the offing – It may have already started
  • A
    Aäron
    Hi everyone, I'm doing some research on Orsted. Planning on building a position. Has anybody a clear reason why the stock is downtrending? Is it Danish tax reform? Or is it still suffering from the tech crash? Thanx
  • k
    koffie?
    this company deserves A LOT more respect from Wallstreet. I think it's staggering that analysts simply ignore 90% of all foreign companies. Its okay for me though, I'll simply stay long and patiently wait for the hype-train to arrive...
  • W
    Will
    Denmark (home of Orstead and Vestas) plans to build huge man-made "green energy" island off-shore North Sea during next 12 years...Denmark's largest ever construction project. Consider the impact and implications for Orsted, and consider that similar islands may begin sprouting world-wide, including in our own Gulf of Mexico. This is the future for electrical generation, and Orsted is in the sweet spot!
    https://www.energyvoice.com/renewables-energy-transition/296971/denmark-energy-island-north-sea/
    The government has secured broad political backing for Denmark’s largest ever construction project, a $34 billion ‘energy island’.
    The government has secured broad political backing for Denmark’s largest ever construction project, a $34 billion ‘energy island’.
    www.energyvoice.com
  • M
    Martin
    Anyone out there that could convince me that this stock can go up again? EPS estimates point to downward trend... (-_-)
    Bearish
  • S
    Sebastian
    -A company with great financials metrics, strong alliances. It is looking in the future with hydrogen projects.
    Gains momentum with favorable worldwide policies till 2025 along with the other green companies.
    A serious goverment which has control over it. It is not yet the game of speculators so the volatility/ beta is low ! The graph looks awesome and the returns are very good. Old in the game Big thumbs up :-)
    Bullish
  • S
    Stefan
    Orsted got some positive financial news out today, that may serve as a support
    as for climbing again...well most people are sheep, once this excess has run out the markets will turn upwards again and Orsted is a great company for the long term
    Bullish
  • M
    Michiel
    Why is this going down so much since months??
  • a
    anup
    Is it good time to accumulate more? I do not understand why this negative overreaction?
  • A
    AM
    Is this Orsted dip linked to my decr Clean energy etf? Was already wondering about that! Im still happy with my orsted stocks. I think anyway ;)
    Neutral
  • S
    Stefan
    and Orsted has once more announced an interesting joint venture
    combined with the current correction this is a great moment to step in, or to add
    Bullish
  • P
    PCJoe
    Absolutely Brilliant stock this yin - Already Bigger than BP & heading up to overtake Shell - The Tesla of energy super majors - Total/Exxon will be in the slipstream within 4 - 7 years from now - Cheap Renewable Electricity is the future & Solar & offshore wind where its at - With deals like this one - https://www.insidermedia.com/news/yorkshire/4.5bn-wind-farm-stake-sale-named-deal-of-the-month
  • S
    Stefan
    on an ugly day for all kinds of markets worldwide (name it and it probably went down) Orsted performed very well, proof that there is still strength in the stock and perhaps the beginning of a positive turn
    Bullish
  • C
    ChrisLocke
    How come there’s hardly anyone following/commenting here at yahoo - while all geo players are reshaping their energy infrastructures????
  • M
    Michael
    Does the drop have anything to do with the manager transactions? I was not sure but I have seen three in the last couple days it seems like. Anyone have any ideas?
  • w
    way2tekky
    Is this the same stock as ORSTED? Trying to get it on 212
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