Equinor makes second million-dollar divestment within a few days

For the second time within a few days, Norwegian firm Equinor has divested of its ownership share on the Norwegian shelf. This time, the sale price is USD 220 million and the buyer is a Polish oil and gas company. 

Photo: Ole Jørgen Bratland/Equinor

For the second time within a week, Equinor has divested of an ownership share.

Thursday, the state-owned Norwegian oil company announced that it sold its share of the Tommeliten fund for NOK 1.8 billion (USD 220 million) to Polish oil and gas company PGNiP.

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