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DONG Energy gets a new name

DONG Energy gets a new name

02-10-2017 13:00:00


On September 29, DONG Energy completed the sale of its upstream oil and gas business to INEOS. As part of the transaction, approximately 430 employees have been transferred from DONG Energy to INEOS. The company has therefore decided to change its name.

Due to the extensive strategic transformation from black to green energy, DONG Energy now changes its name. CEO Henrik Poulsen will publish the new name at a meeting today for DONG Energy's employees.

The meeting will take place at 10.30 at: Nesa Allé 1, 2820 Gentofte in Denmark. Henrik Poulsen will do an interview after the meeting. The meeting will be streamed via dongenergy.com, and all interested parties will be able to follow live streaming via this link

The decision has no effect on DONG Energy's previously announced expectations for the financial year 2017 or at the expected investment level announced by 2017.

Source: DONG Energy / Maritime Denmark


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