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Irish energy group thirsty for Danish growth

The owner of several Shell gas stations in Denmark, Irish DCC, now wants to grow more in Denmark. The company has previously made natural gas acquisitions worth billions in France.

The consolidation wave is not over on the Danish energy market.

Not when it comes to selling gasoline and diesel, nor in terms of electricity and natural gas, determines the Danish subsidiary of Irish energy group DCC, which is ready to claim a much larger market share in the Scandinavian country.

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