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Noreco returns with big plans for the North Sea

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A few years ago, Norway's Noreco faced potential bankruptcy. Today, things have turned around after the company emerged victorious in a Danish insurance claims case. Noreco will now invests large sums on the British and Danish North Sea shelves, reports Dagens Næringsliv.


BY SØREN PICO
Published 14.06.17 at 13:16

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