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British SEE buys stake in Dong's key field

British energy company SSE will be the new co-owner of the big Laggan-Tormore gas field off the Shetland Islands which Dong Energy owns 20 percent of, and which is one of the largest projects for the Danish energy group.

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The UK energy company SSE will become the new co-owner of the big Laggan-Tormore gas field off the Shetland Islands of which Dong Energy owns 20 percent. The field is one of the largest projects for the Danish energy group.

In the deal - which also includes the nearby fields Edradour and Glenlivet - the British company has taken over 20 percent of the project from French Total for USD 881 million.

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