US business mogul, known in the 80s as a vulture capitalist, plans green overhaul of Danish oil facility

Klesch Group, the new owner of the largest refinery in Denmark, plans to implement a green strategy while on the lookout for more European refineries, says founder and chair, Gary Klesch, in an interview with EnergyWatch.

Klesch Group Founder and Chair Gary Klesch. | Photo: Klesch Group PR

Up until this stage, the refinery in Kalundborg, Eastern Denmark, hasn't had a green strategy, but this is about to change, says founder and chair of Klesch Group, Gary Klesch, in an interview with EnergyWatch.

Klesch Group has just accepted the keys to the refinery – the largest in the country – from the previous owner, Norwegian oil firm Equinor.

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