Wintershall's deputy CEO fears investor flight from oil

"My worry is that responsible investors will simply up and leave us," says the deputy CEO of German oil company Wintershall DEA in an interview with Dagens Næringsliv about the growing focus on climate and environment.

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German oil company Wintershall DEA's deputy chief executive fears that investors with a green conscience will turn their backs on the industry.

In an interview with Norwegian business daily Dagens Næringsliv, Maria Moræus Hanssen says that she fears the oil industry will end up like the coal industry, which has been blacklisted by a number of leading global investors due to its pollution.

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