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Chief exec of Trøim's latest IPO goes on leave following corruption accusations

The CEO of Hygo Energy Transition has opted to go on leave following the corruption accusations from his past that have emerged. Hygo is part of Tor Olav Trøim's gas company Golar LNG and was headed for an IPO when the accusations hit.

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Eduardo Antonello, CEO of Hygo Energy Transition, has opted to go on leave following the accusations that have engulfed him recently, according to a press release from Tor Olav Trøim's gas company Golar LNG, which covers Hygo.

The accusations against the Hygo CEO are part of the longtime unraveling of corruption in Brazil's Petrobras, which are now being linked to Antonello.

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