Sverdrup partner was warned about decreased share

According to the CEO of major shareholder Aker, Øyvind Eriksen, Det norske oljeselskap was warned that it would receive a smaller share in the Norwegian oil field Johan Sverdrup, writes Dagens Næringsliv.

The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy had warned Det norske oljeselskap beforehand that the company would receive a smaller owner's share of the Norwegian oil field Johan Sverdrup if the oil company did not sign the deal with the other partners in the field.

This is according to Øyvind Eriksen (photo), CEO of Aker, which is the major shareholder in Det norske oljeselskap, in comments on Friday relating to Aker's performance for the quarter, writes Dagens Næringsliv.

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