Lundin CEO criticizes Norwegian oil divestments

Oil company Lundin Petroleum's chief executive is dissatisfied with Norway wanting to sell its oil assets. "It upsets me," says CEO Alex Schneiter to Financial Times.

Swedish oil company Lundin Petroleum's chief executive criticizes the Norwegian state's decision to sell off oil investments.

Recently, Norwegian politicians passed a bill entailing that the country's oil fund, Oljefondet, has to divest oil assets for billions of US dollars.

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