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Equinor, Maersk Drilling continuously assess oil lobby membership

Oil major Equinor is considering whether the company should continue as a member of oil association API, which Total recently opted to leave. Maersk Drilling also considers its members as part of an ongoing assessment, the drilling company tells EnergyWatch's sister media ShippingWatch.

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