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New Danish North Sea deal settled

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The companies operating in the North Sea, including Maersk Oil, and a majority in the Danish parliament have agreed on a new deal for oil extraction in the North Sea. Maersk Oil is pleased with the agreement, which according to the company enables a full redevelopment of the Tyra gas field, which was otherwise facing closure.

Growing number of sulfur violators in Denmark

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More vessels have been caught with too much sulfur in their fuel this year than in 2015 when the sulfur requirements in Danish waters took effect, according to the relevant records. This number is still relatively low, says Denmark's Environmental Protection Agency.

Scandlines retaliates against ministry in new report

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Scandlines, which is owned by equity fund 3i, hits back at the Danish Ministry of Transport in a case concerning a leaked report. The carrier has ordered its own analysis which casts doubts on the conclusions in the original report, adding another chapter to the protracted conflict between Scandlines and the state.

Dong: Hejre provisions could increase significantly

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Dong Energy has published its prospectus aimed at spurring investors from all over the world to invest in the Danish energy group. However, an investment in Dong comes with a long line of risks, according to the prospectus. Provisions related to the failed Hejre project could "increase significantly."

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