Danish energy trader opens Texas filial

After yet another year of major growth, Danish energy trader Incommodities opens an office in Texas. The US unit will be the company's first step toward achieving its ambition of becoming a global player.

The new office will, according to CEO Jesper Johanson, open in the next few months. | Photo: PR / Incommodities

Western Denmark's Aarhus has gradually turned into a talent factory for energy traders.

First came Danske Commodities, which also opened a US chapter after being acquired by Equinor, and now Incommodities informs of plans to set up shop across the Atlantic within the next few months, reports Danish local newspaper Aarhus Stiftstidende.

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