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Danish finance ministry says state oil deficit a matter of definition

Despite criticism from analyst firm Rystad Energy and the government's support parties, Denmark's Ministry of Finance remains confident in billion-kroner earnings from North Sea oil operations. The Danish Energy Agency declines to reveal which new fields will provide such income.

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