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Aker BP aims to triple production following strong 2018

Things have been looking up for Aker BP in the past year, and the company thus upgrades its expectations. The company has also appointed a new CFO.

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2018 was a strong year for Norwegian oil major Aker BP, and the company is therefore upgrading its growth forecast and now expects to triple its production by 2025, says the company in a notice to the Oslo stock exchange.

Meanwhile, Aker BP also expects to reduce production costs for one barrel of oil to USD 7 from USD 12.

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