Bonheur closes Q2 with slight rebound yet still in deficit

The Norwegian holding company behind a range of shipping and energy sector subsidiaries is still feeling the impact of the heavy pandemic year.

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Norway's Bonheur ASA, the holding company behind several energy sector businesses, is probably quite pleased with itself for once having added both wind service operators and renewable energy to its portfolio – two segments that during Q2'21 have served as a band-aid on the gash left by its floundering cruise line activities.

The holding company has been affected by last year's low power prices and ditto fleet utilization.

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