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Shell weighs divestment of Norwegian assets

Pressure from investors has now prompted oil major Shell to consider divesting the company's oil and gas activities in Norway. The divestment could include all assets or just some.

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Oil and gas assets worth USD 3 billion (EUR 2.8 billion) could be part of a new transaction in Norway.

The UK Times writes that oil major Shell is weighing a divestment of part or all of the company's portfolio in Norway.

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