Dong sells 10 percent of its oil production

Dong Energy has decided to sell its ownership stakes in five Norwegian oil and gas fields to Faroe Petroleum AS.

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Denmark's Dong Energy will sell 10 percent of its oil production to Faroe Petroleum Norge AS, informs Dong in a press release.

The sale concerns the Norwegian oil and gas fields Trym, Oselvar, Tambar (including Tambar Øst) and Ula.

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