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Former Golden Ocean CEO lands job outside shipping

Shortly after her exit from John Fredriksen's Golden Ocean, Birgitte Vartdal has found a new senior executive position. Vartdal leaves the shipping industry to pursue an executive position in the energy sector.

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Birgitte Vartdal has found her new job after she recently stepped down from her position as CEO in Golden Ocean, where she worked for almost ten years.

As of April 1 next year, Vartdal joins Norwegian energy company Statkraft in a new position as Executive Vice President of wind and solar in Europe, reveals a press statement released by Statkraft, which has Christian Rynning-Tønnesen as CEO.

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