Media: Seadrill considers leaving Norway

Lack of qualified labor, high salaries, and political uncertainty is making John Fredriksen consider moving the headquarters of his golden goose, Seadrill, out of Norway, writes Norwegian newspaper Dagens Naeringsliv.

According to the newspaper, the two major Seadrill investors, John Fredriksen and Tor Olav Trøim, are considering whether to move the administration of the successful oil drilling company out of Norway.

The reason, allegedly, is difficulties with finding enough qualified labor, the high salaries, and “political uncertainty,” writes the newspaper.

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