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Ineos to bring Solsort on board in Hejre development

The new Danish company will continue work on the controversial Hejre field and this will be achieved by utilizing synergy effects from neighboring field Solsort. Meanwhile, several small fields could be connected to the project, according to Ineos Oil & Gas Denmark's new CEO.

The plan for the new Danish division at Ineos is get the Hejre field up and running in cooperation with the neighboring field Solsort. At the same time, the company plans to work on surrounding fields which could potentially be connected to the large fields.

However, this is not an entirely new decision, explains the CEO of Ineos Oil & Gas Denmark, Flemming Horn Nielsen. This work will simply continue where then Dong Energy left off when it sold its oil and gas division to Ineos.

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