Three consortia granted licenses for the Greenland Sea

Dong and Statoil, ConocoPhillips, and Chevron, among others, have been granted exclusive rights to explore and use oil and gas from four fields in the Greenland Sea.

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Three oil company consortia have been granted exclusive rights to explore and use oil and gas in four fields in the Greenland Sea off the coast of Northeastern Greenland, says Greenland's Minister of Industry and Natural Resources, Jens-Erik Kirkegaard (Siumut Party) in a press release.

The three consortia and their four licenses consist of the following companies:

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