Maersk Oil will prove its worth with Culzean gas field

Scottish gas field Culzean has a key role in Maersk Oil's future. The oil division must prove that it can stand on its own two feet and prove to the market that it can handle huge projects.

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Maersk Group's oil division, Maersk Oil, must prove that it can stand on its own two feet and the Culzean field in the North Sea will serve as its testing ground, reports Danish media Børsen.

Maersk is poised to split off certain divisions and has yet to resolve where the oil business will end up. Here, Maersk and Maersk Oil must prove the company's worth on the Culzean field, where they are investing DKK 4 billion (USD 613 million) together with British BP and a Japanese company.

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