The first quarter of the year prompted a significant increase in revenue for Lundin Petroleum, but a deferred tax puts a damper on the profits.
The Swedish oil company has opted to divide its business into two, transferring the company's non-Norwegian activities into a new company named International Petroleum Corporation (IPC) on April 24. Lundin owns the spinoff company's Norwegian assets.
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