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Oil companies' cost reductions now starting to show

A rising oil price and large-scale cost reductions have significantly boosted earnings at oil companies such as Statoil, Shell, and Aker BP in the first quarter. Several of these firms are now gearing up to invest, but the good old days will never return, projects Nordea Markets.

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The past two weeks have brought interim reports from oil companies showing that the arrow seems to now be pointing in the right direction for the hard-pressed sector.

On Thursday this week, Statoil and Shell both published large profits compared to the first quarter 2016, a period in which the oil price hit rock-bottom.

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