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Dong fires staff after divestment

After selling off its oil and gas division, Dong Energy is bidding farewell to both its conglomerate structure and its three-digit number of employees.

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State auditor criticizes sale of Dong

It is "very unsatisfactory" that the Danish Ministry of Finance has not adequately documented its processes when undertaking the sale of Dong shares, says the Public Accounts Committee.

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Innogy maintains optimism after rough first quarter

The British market cost Innogy a pretty penny in this year's first quarter where revenue and earnings for the whole company suffered a setback. However, the firm believes in growth for the full year and that efficiency measures can offset the downturn in the UK.

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European Energy adorns bottom line with sums from previous years

The Danish wind developer has done so well in earnings over recent years that the Danish Business Authority asked the company to slow things down. Now, European Energy is aiming to land a major loan which could significantly grow the project pipeline over time.

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Vattenfall analyzes Dong's zero-subsidy bid

Dong's zero-subsidy bid on two German offshore wind farms was anticipated, although sooner than expected, says Vattenfall. The Swedish energy company is calculating how low a bid it can deliver ahead of the autumn bidding rounds in Germany.