Investigate ways the companies working with the Dudgeon Wind Farm could work together.
Collaboration in the Local Supply Chain
Equinor is a Norwegian energy partner supporting the UK’s energy transition. In the East of England, we operate the Sheringham Shoal and Dudgeon Wind Farms. This project will focus on the companies around Dudgeon Wind Farm to help develop industry best practice.
This team project will consider how local companies who work with the Dudgeon Wind Farm can collaborative for the greater good. The interns would work with Equinor develop a method to connect different companies together. You will look for lessons and examples of best practice that can be shared through the wider supply chain. This might include collaborating over logistics or identifying ways that the carbon footprint of the supply chain could be reduced by working together.
We expect this project will involve a mixture of activities including desk-based research, observing how companies operate, designing and conducting surveys, and interviewing companies involved in the Dudgeon Wind Farm.
The results of this project will be turned into a report and will be combined into a resource that can be shared with companies working with Equinor which demonstrate ways they can improve their operations by working collaboratively.
Key skills and interests
- Inquiring mind
- Interest in designing data management tools.
- Able to use Microsoft Office software
- STEM subjects
- Climate change
- Team working
Host company information
Equinor aims to become a leading company in the energy transition. We believe the energy transition requires investment, innovation, and a broad mix of energy sources. From lowering our emissions from oil and gas, to wind, and building the hydrogen economy of the future, we’re helping to assure reliable, affordable, sustainable energy. Business as usual is no longer an option because society must move faster towards a net-zero future. Climate change presents a fundamental challenge to society. It is a shared challenge, and our industry can play an important role.
Address: Dudgeon Offshore Wind Farm, 50 South Denes Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR30 3PR
Key contact: Sue Falch-Lovesey
This project has been designed to help students achieve a GOLD CREST Award. Download the CREST project guide to help you.
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