Danske Commodities aims to take the whole world

The Equinor-owned energy trader has established a new unit and will thereby cover the entire globe.

Photo: Christian Lykking/ERH

Energy trader Danske Commodities (DC) has established a new unit for global trade, thereby expanding its business to cover the whole world.

The firm has already established units in Australia and the US within a short time span, and now it shifts its gaze to South America and Asia-Pacific (APAC), where it will further examine the possibilities of trading power, gas and certificates.

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