Changes are in store for Swedish oil company Lundin, as the board has decided to cut the company in half, leaving two oil companies for shareholders.
Lundin informs in a statement that the intention is to separate the company's non-Norwegian assets into a new company under the name International Petroleum Corporation (IPC). The remaining Lundin business will own the company's Norwegian assets after the spin-off.
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