Media: Total to lay off upwards of 70 people in Norway

Following the acquisition of Maersk Oil, French oil major Total is now aiming to reduce its Norwegian staff by 50 to 70 employees, according to Norwegian media Stavanger Aftenblad.

French oil company Total is aiming to reduce it workforce in Norway after the takeover of Maersk Oil, which was finalized last week.

According to Norwegian media Stavanger Aftenblad, cited by media Sysla, Total is targeting a staff reduction in its Norwegian company of 50 to 70 employees. This will take place when Total E&P Norge A/S is merged with Maersk Oil Norway by this April. The workers will be offered voluntary resignation packages, and Total expects to have settled the new organization by June.

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