Henrik Poulsen: This has been a very satisfying year

2018 was a good year financially, deems Henrik Poulsen, CEO of Ørsted. With its record-high operating profits, he adds that the year is "satisfying."

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2018 has been an eventful year for Danish energy group Ørsted, which secured a stronger foothold across several markets, acquired competing companies and announced the divestment of various business activities.

A partial sale, or farm down, of British offshore wind farm Hornsea 1 also helped to secured record-high operating profits last year, while the underlying business also performed well, says Henrik Poulsen, CEO of Ørsted, after the Danish company published its 2018 annual report Thursday morning.

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