Aker BP couldn't keep pace between quarters in Q2

The Norwegian company Aker BP was unable to match its record result from the first quarter, however has still surpassed last year’s performance.

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High energy prices have left quite the mark on oil company accounts as of late.

Even though Aker BP’s revenue dipped somewhat, with profit sliding even further against this year’s first quarter, the group’s performance has nonetheless improved relative to Q2 of 2021.

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