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Maersk Energy up in the air for two years

Maersk's new energy division, headed by Claus V. Hemmingsen, has two years to figure out a plan for the four companies in the division. Mergers, divestments, and cooperations are all on the table. "The businesses cannot all be lumped together," says Chairman Michael Pram Rasmussen.

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The Maersk executive team has given Maersk Energy a deadline of 24 months to figure out a plan for the companies in the division.

Maersk Energy consists of the four companies Maersk Oil, Maersk Drilling, Maersk Tankers, and Maersk Supply Service. What these four companies have in common is basically oil in the form of extraction as well as transport and services to the oil sector, but the approach to the four companies is and should be very different, notes the division's executive team.

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