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Espionage-charged DNV GL employee worked for 50 customers

The DNV GL employee who is charged with espionage worked for a total of 50 customers, confirms the company. Equinor and Kongsberg are two, but the list also includes international companies.

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The espionage-charged employee from Norwegian DNV GL worked with 50 customers during his time at the company, and through them gained access to sensitive information, says DNV GL Communication Director Per Wiggo Richardsen to Norwegian television news TV2.

"He has worked with around 50 different customers, including Equinor and the Kongsberg Group," he says, adding that the accused individual headed a project with Kongsberg Maritime, part of Kongsberg Group.

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