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Hygo gets new CEO after corruption accusations against former chief exec

Hygo Energy Transition gets a new CEO after its former chief executive has been accused of corruption in his previous job. On the same day, the company lost a memorandum of understanding with aluminum-maker Norsk Hydro.

Tor Olav Trøim står bag bl.a. Borr Drilling og Golar LNG. | Photo: PR / Marine Money/Marine Money

Eduardo Antonelly is now done as CEO of Hygo Energy Transition, which has Tor Olav Trøim as co-owner.

He was recently accused of corruption in relation to his previous job, and he therefore opted to go on leave from Hygo, but this leave will now become permanent.

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