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Newspaper: Maersk Oil excludes CO2 in oil production for 10 years

CO2 as a mean to force up more oil from the underground is not going to be a realistic opportunity for the coming 10 years, Maersk Oil says according to the Danish newspaper, Børsen.

Maersk Oil puts off the possibility of using CO2 as an aid to force up more oil from the underground for another ten years, the Danish newspaper, Børsen, writes.

Maersk Oil Managing Director, Mark Wallace, says:

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