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Statoil hopes to repeat Sverdrup discovery

There are still large parts of the British North Sea shelf which have yet to be explored with the latest technology, says Statoil's executive VP for exploration. He believes that there are still major oil discoveries to be made.

The Johan Sverdrup field was discovered in 2010. It is located in the Norwegian part of the North Sea. Photo: Statoil/AP Photo/Polfoto

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Søren Skou: Transformation of Maersk is complex

Maersk Group CEO Søren Skou does not hide the fact that Maersk's transition is a lot to handle and a complex task. And while he is not satisfied with the financials yet, he promises investors that good results are coming.

Golden Ocean hopes green regulations can offset bulk fleet growth

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