Denmark's biggest pension company, ATP, sees a great potential for both the climate and the coffers by investing in black companies with a vision of becoming green. Other pension companies voice their support, while NGO calls it absurd.
By Jakob Martini
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Akastor, part of Kjell Inge Røkke's Aker group, joins US-based Baker Hughes in establishing a joint venture to deliver global drilling solutions. Activities will be managed from both Norway and the US.
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