in ‘You Can’t Have Offshore Wind Power Without Oil’ by  Forbes contributor Jared Anderson discusses the US offshore wind market and the use of fossil fuels in the contruction and maintence of offshopore wind farms. He refers to BVGA warning that the precise volume of fuel consumed when constructing and operating offshore wind farms significantly varies depending on vessel size, weather conditions, load, etc. and uses our work to generate his estimate of how much fuel a jack-up vessel would use  per day.

You can read the full Forbes article on their website  at ‘You Can’t Have Offshore Wind Power Without Oil