Trøim's gas company gets some much-needed tailwind with contract in Brazil

Hygo Energy Transition, partly owned by Tor Olav Trøim, has just won a new contract in Brazil. The contact follows a couple of very tough weeks at the company, which has had to let its chief executive go.

Tor Olav Trøim can finally be pleased that Hygo has won a contract in Brazil.s | Photo: PR / Marine Money/Marine Money

Hygo Energy Transition and its co-owner, Tor Olav Trøim, finally has something to be happy about following weeks of stern headwinds.

Hygo, which is partly owned by Norwegian Trøim's gas company Golar LNG, has in recent weeks pulled headlines because the company's chief executive is part of a police investigation in Brazil.

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