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Analyst puts a price on Maersk's energy companies

An analyst from investment bank Jefferies says that the remaining three companies in Maersk Energy could bring in approximately USD 7.5 billion. In a new brief, he puts a price on Maersk Drilling, Maersk Tankers, and Maersk Supply Service.

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Monday, the Maersk Group created headlines with its billion-dollar sale of Maersk Oil to French oil giant Total.

The sale was part of a larger strategy shift at Maersk, which will henceforth only invest in transport. With the sale, the group now has three companies remaining in its energy division which all will be spun off in the foreseeable future.

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