Rambøll's oil chief resigns

After nearly 35 years with Rambøll, John Sørensen steps down from his position with the engineering consultant group.

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A prominent figure within the Danish oil industry hands in his resignation at Rambøll. Effective Jan. 1, the engineering group's longtime head of oil business and most recently executive director of Rambøll Energy, John Sørensen, steps down from his position.

"I've decided to quit the company, to which I gave notice the other day. There's not much more to it than that," Sørensen states.

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