Aker group more valuable than ever

The Norwegian industrial group's consolidated value surpassed NOK 70 billion in the third quarter – the highest level ever for Aker ASA, which owns Aker BP and Aker Horizons, among others.

Aker BP comprises roughly half the value of Aker ASA's consolidated assets. AKer BP delivered record revenue of USD 1.56 billion in the third quarter of 2021, helped well along from high oil and gas prices. | Photo: PR/Aker BP

Aker ASA's combined ownership of subsidiaries Aker BP, Aker Horizons, Aker Energy, Aker Solutions, Akerstor, Cognite, Aker and Ocean Yield is now worth more than ever.

The group's consolidated assets have a reported net value of NOK 70.8 billion (USD 8.189 billion) after the end of the third quarter, shows the group's new interim report, published Friday morning.

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