Shell leaving Denmark in three weeks

The US buyer of Danish Shell will take over the refinery in Fredericia and its 250 personnel on July 1.

Photo: SHELL

Next month, the Danish oil industry will be taking on a new form. Here, Shell is finally following the tracks of Chevron, Hess, Maersk Oil, Dong Energy and the rest of the old oil and gas guard in leaving the country.

Shell's sale of its refinery in Fredercia, Western Denmark, and trading office in the country's capital has now reached final close. Filling the British-Dutch company's shoes, Postlane Partners adds itself to the list of main players in Danish fossil energy along with groups like Noreco and Ineos.

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