"Significant uncertainty" arose, the Danish government says, when the current monopoly operator of the Danish North Sea, French oil and gas supermajor Total, announced its withdrawal Thursday as a bidder in the country's pending eighth oil exploration license round.
And now the number of interested suitors has dwindled even further. Whereas four oil companies had previously submitted applications to bid in the round, the Danish Energy Agency (DEA) now informs that only one participant retains interest.
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